EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY: BLM ‘Activist’ With A History Of Pretending To Be A Cop Gets Busted By Feds For Fraud And Money Laundering


Some crimes reach a higher order of magnitude than others. That’s reality. As such, a petty thief can’t be compared to an armed robber, nor to a stone-cold killer. Apples and oranges.

Similarly, though fraud is, wrongly, considered a “victimless crime”, the stakes become much higher when money laundering – be it through “dark money” channels or the like – is part and parcel.

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Even more so, when said slush fund involves domestic terrorism, well, no amount of punishment is too much. It is that dangerous.

In this regard, patriots must {emphasis placed} keep a watchful eye on the developments in the case against Tyree-Conyers Page a.k.a. Sir Maejor Page – in so far that a “regular” stint in jail (that is, if he even spends any time incarcerated) will be a high travesty of injustice, and a more than dangerous precedent! This is so because a good portion of the money he raised as founder of Black Lives Matter of Greater Atlanta funded domestic terrorism!!

Onto the meat and potatoes, so to speak….

LAW OFFICER | September 26, 2020

He reportedly spent $200K in BLM donations on his house and personal expenses

The FBI arrested him on fraud and money laundering charges, Fox 5 Atlanta reported.

Sir Maejor Page, 32, was accused Friday of misappropriating $200,000 in donations he solicited through Facebook on behalf of Black Lives Matter of Greater Atlanta, according to reports.

The FBI opened an investigation last year after a cooperating witness submitted a fraud complaint against Page, whose real name is Tyree Conyers-Page, FBI agent Matthew Desorbo said in the complaint.

Page founded Black Lives Matter of Greater Atlanta in 2016 and this year took in more than $466,000 in donations in June, July and August, Desorbo said.

“In sum, Page has spent over $200,000 on personal items generated from donations received through BLMGA Facebook page with no identifiable purchase or expenditure for social or racial justice,” he said.

The FBI said Page pledged to use those donations “for George Floyd” but instead used the money make purchases related to food, dining, entertainment, clothing, furniture, a home security system, tailored suits and accessories.

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He was part of a group of Black activists who met with then-Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed to demand changes in police training and tactics. Page even spoke at a joint news conference, according to the station.

“We stand on the shoulders of those that have paved the way for us to be able to protest in the streets and to be able to have our voices heard,” Page said with Mayor Reed and Chief George Turner standing behind him.

At the time, Page had been arrested several times for impersonating a police officer, the station reported. He is currently on probation after pleading guilty to lesser crimes of obstruction of a police officer and carrying a weapon in an unauthorized location.

The mayor’s office claimed ignorance of his prior arrests. However, it’s noteworthy that both the mayor’s office and APD said Page’s criminal past was “not relevant” to their meeting with him at the time because it was a meeting open to any member of the public.

According to the station, months earlier Page had parted ways with the Black Lives Matter of Atlanta movement before forming Black Lives Matter of Greater Atlanta.

Page was released on bond after appearing before a judge via video. He did not immediately return messages Saturday from Fox News.

Furthermore, Page used $112,000 of the donated money to purchase a house for himself in Toledo, Ohio. The transaction took place last month, according to the bureau.

Black Lives Matter of Greater Atlanta could not solicit donations after losing its tax-exempt status as a charity in 2019 for failing to submit to the IRS 990 tax returns listing donations and expenditures.

Fox 5 reported in 2016 that Page became a familiar face at Black Lives Matter marches in Atlanta to protest fatal police shootings.