The Daily Mail has published exclusive photos of the luxurious $6 million Los Angeles mansion reportedly purchased with Black Live Matter donations. The founders of BLM are Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors, and Opal Tometi, and in one of the videos published by DM, they were seen eating and toasting outside of the $6 million mansion.
It’s a $6 million mansion and this should give you a fair idea of the millions of money they are making out of the Black Lives Matter foundation.
Pictures inside the grand home, sitting on a three-quarter-acre lot, reveal a pool, tree-lined yard, outdoor fireplace, ‘butler’s pantry’, its own miniature filming studio, 24 parking spaces, and two separate guest houses along with the main house. The property listing says the mansion’s guests have included Hollywood royalty such as Marilyn Monroe and Humphrey Bogart.
Other luxury features boasted by the mansion’s listing are a ‘mud room, custom wrought iron staircase, and rejuvenation light fixtures, handles and other details.’
The home is also designed with opulent finishes such as a ‘soapstone center island,’ Carrara marble and Calacatta gold stone featured in bathrooms, three fireplaces – ‘one imported from Italy and one with handmade Arto Cement Tile Hearth.’ The home, dubbed ‘Campus’ by BLM executives, was purchased by Dyane Pascall in October 2020 with cash, according to reports.
Pascall is the financial manager for Janaya and Patrisse Consulting LLC, a private consulting firm for disgraced BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors and her spouse Janaya Khan.
Soon after the purchase, the home was transferred to a company established in the opaque tax haven state of Delaware by law firm Perkins Coie, leaving its current ownership shrouded in mystery. The purchase came days after BLM’s official charity Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation (BLMGNF) received an injection of $66.5million in donations that had flooded in from around the globe by people devastated by the murder of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis policeman.
News of the property purchase comes amid heightened scrutiny of the foundation, which famously grew into one of the largest international movements against racial injustice in mid-2020 and has since faced calls for financial transparency.
I am not saying the ladies should be homeless, but they could have survived with a $500k home even in California. This money needed to go to the families and especially the CHILDREN of black people who have been murdered by police violence. They need to sell the house and spread that money around.
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