ANOTHER Gay Black Escort Found Dead at Home of Top Dem Donor Ed Buck – Rally Will be Held to Call For Buck’s Arrest
Hillary Clinton and Ed Buck
The body of another young black gay escort was found at the West Hollywood home of Ed Buck, a top Democrat donor and political activist.
Sheriff’s deputies are investigating after an African-American male was found dead early Monday morning at the Laurel Avenue apartment belonging to one of Hillary Clinton’s donors, Ed Buck.
There will be a rally tonight at the home of Ed Buck to call on LAPD to arrest Buck, according to WEHOVille,
Jasmyne Cannick, a communications and public affairs strategist who has worked with Gemmel Moore’s family, has announced that there will be a rally at 7 p.m. tonight at 1234 Laurel Ave., the home of Ed Buck, to call on the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department to arrest Buck and for District Attorney Jackie Lacey to “prosecute him for murder after another young Black gay man was found dead in his West Hollywood apartment of an apparent overdose.”
As previously reported, a black gay escort named Gemmel Moore died of a meth overdose at Ed Buck’s West Hollywood home in July of 2017.
The LA County District Attorney’s Office previously declined to prosecute Ed Buck saying the evidence is “insufficient to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that (Buck) is responsible for the death of Gemmel Moore,” which sparked an outrage from family members and others in the community.
Ed Buck is a gay white man in his 60’s and according Gemmel Moore’s mother, Buck has a fetish for getting young black men high.
“[Buck] would have my son to go out to… Santa Monica Boulevard looking for young gay black guys so he could inject them with drugs, see their reaction and how [they] would react and take pictures of them,” Gemmel Moore’s mother told WeHo Times last summer.
Buck gave $2700 to Hillary Clinton’s campaign in 2015 and another $250 in 2016. He also donated to CA Gov. Jerry Brown and Congressman Adam Schiff (D-CA).
He was also influential in the most recent city council races (to which he gave thousands of dollars to support the incumbents), making him one of California’s most prolific and substantial political donors, WeHo Times reported.