2nd Dead Body found at the Wealthy DEMOCRAT DONOR’S HOUSE


For the second time in 18 month, a body has been found in wealthy Democrat donor, Ed Buck’s house.

From KTLA:

For the second time within 18 months, a man has died at the West Hollywood home of wealthy Democratic donor Edward Buck, authorities said Monday.

Paramedics responded to Buck’s home in the 1200 block of Laurel Avenue shortly after 1 a.m., where they discovered a victim described only as a black male in his 50s unresponsive, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

They tried reviving the man but he was pronounced dead at the scene, sheriff’s officials said.

His death comes more than a year after 26-year-old Gemmel Moore was found dead from an apparent overdose at the same home on July 27, 2017. Officials confirmed Buck was present during both incidents and Moore’s case is now facing another review.

“It is suspicious that this has happened twice now,” L.A. County Sheriff’s Lt. Derrick Alfred told KTLA.

Buck is currently not considered a suspect and not in custody, officials said. His attorney, Seymour Amster, has denied Buck is responsible for either death.

Amster told reporters the man at Buck’s home “had already been partying … and already taken some substances” when he arrived. He said Buck was in the shower for some of the time and had not taken any substances with the victim.

“The individual was exhibiting bizarre behavior,” Amster said of the man who died.

Meanwhile, Moore’s death has triggered outrage from loved ones who claim Buck played a role in his death. They have said the 26-year-old was working as an escort when he visited the prominent political donor’s home in July 2017 — an allegation Seymour denied.

Moore’s mother, Latisha Nixon, has accused 65-year-old Buck of having young black men like her son ingest dangerous amounts of drugs for his own pleasure. She has said other escorts have confirmed the allegations.

“Ed Buck has been soliciting young gay black men,” Nixon said weeks after her son’s death.

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