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The page, titled simply "Black Lives Matter," had almost 700,000 followers on Facebook, more than twice as many as the official BLM page. It was tied to online fundraisers that brought in at least $100,000 that supposedly went to Black Lives Matter causes in the U.S. At least some of the money, however, was transferred to Australian bank accounts, CNN has learned.
The page consistently linked to websites tied to Ian Mackay, a National Union of Workers official in Australia. Mackay has registered dozens of websites, many on issues tied to black rights. In April 2015, Mackay registered blackpowerfist.com. Mackay's name, email address, phone number and other details appeared in the registration records for the site until July 2015, when the website enabled a feature that allows site owners to hide their identities and contact information.
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