BLM Leader Who Organized ‘Cop Killing’ Dallas Protest Arrested

Remember the bloody and hateful Black Lives Matter riot in Dallas last summer, which left five police officers murdered, and the nation in shock?
It also exposed Black Lives Matter as a cop-hating movement, after they cheered the murders of the police in Texas, and went on to see the crime emulated in Baton Rouge shortly after.
One of the leaders and organizers of that Dallas protest, Dominique Alexander, was recently arrested for felony theft.
Alexander has also pleaded guilty in 2009 to causing serious bodily injury to a 2-year-old, but received only probation for this disgusting act.
Several other high-ranking BLM leaders and organizers have also faced serious criminal charges, including one who was arrested for sex trafficking and other heinous crimes.
Officers of the Dallas Police Department arrested Dominque Alexander on Thursday, the black activist that organized the 2016 anti-police protest in Dallas that left 12 officers shot and five dead.
Alexander faces charges of felony theft, stemming from a previous employer who claims the activist received payments between $2,500 and $30,000 from clients without transferring them to the company, the Dallas Observer reported. Alexander was thrust into the national spotlight in July 2016 after chaos erupted in Dallas during a Black Lives Matter anti-police protest when an angry protestor opened fire on police, killing five and wounding seven.
Alexander’s Next Generation Action Network sponsored and helped organize the protest.“I’m so beyond outraged. This is a bogus-ass charge. It’s ridiculous,” Alexander told the Observer. “This is a civil issue. If I owe this guy money, this is a civil issue.”
Alexander pleaded guilty in 2009 to causing serious bodily injury to a 2-year-old and was subsequently sentenced to probation, FOX 4 Dallas reported. His repeated probation violations led to a final sentence of two years in prison in August 2016, but a judge counted his years of probation against his two-year sentence, and he spent less than a month in jail.
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