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A Black Lives Matter cofounder used $840,000 of the group's funds to pay her brother for 'security services'

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Patrisse Cullors, co-founder of Black Lives Matter, stepped down as executive director of the organization in May 2021. Paras Griffin/Getty Images
A cofounder of the Black Lives Matter Foundation paid her brother $840,000, per tax documents.
He was hired to help with security as organizers didn't trust other firms with the matter.
The tax filing details how the foundation spent much of the $90 million it received in donations.
A cofounder of the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation used donated funds to pay her brother $840,000 for "professional security services," according to tax...
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