With two previous victims leaving his apartment in a hearse, at least this guy will be able to testify against Ed Buck.
First, there was the overdose death of Gemmel Moore, 26, that was ruled ‘accidental’. He was a gay black lover (some are using the term prostitute) of Buck’s who left behind a damning diary describing how Buck took advantage of his poverty, flew him to California and introduced Moore to hard drugs, including Meth, as part of their sexual interactions.
Here’s a photo:
The diary entries of a male prostitute, who suffered a fatal overdose at the home of a prominent Democrat donor last year, allege that the friend of Hillary Clinton was the one who got him hooked on drugs.
Gemmel Moore, 26, was found dead at the West Hollywood home of Ed Buck on July 27.
Authorities initially ruled his death an accidental drug overdose of methamphetamine.
But the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office have since launched a homicide investigation after Moore’s family published pages from his journal which suggested Buck pushed the drugs on him.
That was just the FIRST victim.
[And yes, you read that correctly, he was a ‘friend of Hillary Clinton’. Has anyone else noticed a disturbing trend in who the Clintons have known as friends?]
Here’s a legal description of what was discovered at Ed Buck’s address.
Outcry after Gemmel’s death was not enough to lead to any criminal charges against the Democrat Bundler.
Then a second victim fell dead.
Timothy Dean, 55, was also found dead in Buck’s West Hollywood apartment in January of this year.
His story seemed similar to Moore’s.
Now, prosecutors say a third man tried to escape from Buck’s home in September after being drugged. They claim Buck prevented the man from getting help.
This time, authorities took action.
Buck was arrested and charged this week with operating a drug house, with prosecutors calling him a violent sexual predator who preys on men struggling with addiction and homelessness.
Could the reason he did not face charges until now have anything to do with how politically-connected he is/was?
A quick look at the following photos will remind us just HOW well-connected the guy was.
Yes, Ted Lieu, and Adam Schiff, we see you there, too.