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Though The Daily Caller's reporting on a Black Lives Matters activist's questionable finances was a "legitimate" and "totally valid" story, the Washington Post's Callum Borchers criticized it anyway as an attempt to distract people from the anti-police brutality movement.

BLM activist Shaun King used several charities to raise money for anti-law enforcement brutality efforts, The Daily Caller reported this week. However, the report revealed, the charities King used to raise money were never registered as nonprofits.

That means people who gave King money with the expectation that it would be put towards anti-brutality efforts didn't necessarily get what they paid for, the Post conceded.

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