BLM Fraudster Ordered to Pay RIDICULOUS Restitution Amount

( – A British Black Lives Matter activist who stole tens of thousands of pounds in donations has been ordered to make restitution, but the judge set her repayment at just £1 –$1.27. The 23-year-old, who’s now in prison for fraud, collected hundreds of donations and then spent the money on a luxury lifestyle. Unfortunately, she spent all of it, meaning there’s nothing left to recover.

In 2020, Xahra Saleem, who was 20 at the time, was one of the activists who jumped on the George Floyd bandwagon and brought the BLM movement to the UK, leading to the ridiculous sight of protesters chanting, “Hands up, don’t shoot” at unarmed British cops.

Saleem became notorious after organizing a protest that ended with a statue being thrown into Bristol Harbor. Around the same time, she set up a GoFundMe page called BristBLM, claiming she wanted to raise money for local charities.

The radical activist received 558 separate donations, totaling almost £70,000 ($88,550), but instead of passing the money on to the charities, she used it to buy luxury electronics, pay her rent, and get beauty treatments. She tried to cover up the missing donations by claiming BLM had told her not to hand over the money to the charities, but after a police investigation, she was arrested and charged.

Last October, Saleem was sentenced to 2.5 years in prison for fraud. On April 5, she had another hearing under the Proceeds of Crime Act, aimed at recovering the money she’d stolen. However, the court heard that she’s now completely broke; she has no assets that can be confiscated. Taking that into account, the judge ordered her to repay a token of £1.

The judgment isn’t as bad as it seems, though. Now the repayment order has been issued, it can be amended. Detective Constable Anthony Davis, who investigated the case, said if Saleem gets any assets in the future police can apply for a re-confiscation order and seize the money.

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