Critics have pointed out that Coolers purchased high-class homes despite referring to himself as a ‘trained Marxist’.
Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrice Coolers has reportedly installed a fence and electric gate around her $1.4 million home in Los Angeles.
Coolers, 37, closed in March on the 2,380-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-bath home.
Kulers stepped down from his role as executive director of the group’s central foundation last month amid questions about his finances, though he denied those attacks had any role in his departure.
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Coolers’ finances caught attention after attention in April New York Post He reported that he had bought four houses for $3.2 million. The report prompted Black Lives Matter Greater New York City chief Hawk Newsom to call for an “independent investigation” into the foundation’s finances. The two organizations are not affiliated.
Critics have pointed out that the coolers purchased high-class homes despite referring to themselves as “the one”.trained marxist” last.
At the time, the Cullers’ allegations that he enriched himself through donations to Black Lives Matter were ‘clearly untrue. And there was nothing to do with a YouTube deal, and $90 million in donations to BLM in 2020.
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a neighbor told the daily mail that a subcontractor told them about the wooden fence around the property and other exterior improvements to the “$35,000 limit”.
“It will have an electronic gate in the driveway portion, a walk up door and call boxes and other security measures, cameras — you know, to keep out riff riffs,” the neighbor said.
In April, the foundation revealed that Cullers had received a total of $120,000 in compensation from 2013 to 2019.
“As a registered 501c3 non-profit organization, (the Foundation) cannot and does not commit any organizational resources to the purchase of personal assets by any employee or volunteer,” the foundation said in a statement. “Any objection or claim to the contrary is clearly false.”
Attempts to contact Cullors for comment were unsuccessful.