No respectable white person gives BLM any credit other than for being a group of angry, unintelligent Negro malcontents.
Thus, the ludicrous idea that the anti-police group would be headed by a nut job who impersonates police officers is good for a laugh.
Sir Maejor can sit back and wait for his invitation to speak at the next Democrat party convention. Unless he decides to “join” Hillary’s Secret Service detail.
Black Lives Matter Leader, Sir Maejor, Arrested for Impersonating An Officer
Atlanta, GA – A prominent, and very vocal, Black Lives Matter leader, Tyree “Sir Maejor” (Tyree Conyers-Page), is back in the news. After spewing hate about the police, police tactics, and systemic racism for months, the reason he is anti-police has become clear.
Jealousy and envy are Tyree’s motives, as he has been arrested multiple times for impersonating a law enforcement officer in the greater Atlanta area. Apparently, Tyree longs to be a police officer and since that has not happened, he now chooses to spread the false narrative of the Black Lives Matter movement.
In late 2014, Atlanta Police found him with a female handcuffed outside a busy gas station. He was wearing a uniform that looked like an Atlanta PD uniform, had a Glock .45 pistol, and full duty belt.
In another incident, on October 14, 2015, Sir Maejor was observed at the MARTA Five Points station, wearing a bulletproof vest with a full duty belt. He also had one loaded Glock .45, two additional loaded magazines, two pairs of handcuffs, OC spray, one baton, a Taser with additional cartridge, and a makeshift ID card designating his duties as a fugitive apprehension officer.
He was not acting like a bounty hunter though. He was harassing and yelling at MARTA patrons, telling them where they could and could not stand. It was when Conyers-Page approached a parked car and demanded the identification of the person inside that his pipedream began to unfold.
The person inside the car was, in fact, a real police officer. Sgt. Knapp, a plain clothes police officer, had been watching Sir Maejor’s strange behavior. Atlanta Police again arrested him for impersonating an officer.
The story does not end here. The police impersonation charges even stretch into this year. Page was arrested in January after he conned his way past security guards at the Sloppy Floyd state office building by claiming he was an FBI agent. Court records say he was carrying a gun. He managed to get into the Secretary of State’s corporate records office.