Look up Schiff and Ed Buck pic.twitter.com/bwMxs1jiDL— Rob Spear (@Robbo1992x) August 21, 2018
Lol would you give $20k plus to a man you didn't consider a friend or trustworthy associate? Would you donate millions to strangers? These people know Ed Buck and refuse to denounce him or his DNC donations because the victim is a gay black man not a white hollywood actress pic.twitter.com/P2HOOMs4DY— Sharika Soal (@LadyThriller69) July 7, 2018
Buck even posted pictures of himself on his public Facebook profile with Hillary Clinton and Governor Brown. pic.twitter.com/uhqpdv1N22— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) January 7, 2019
Your base refuses to believe you violated Nat Sec, you paid the Awan Brothers, you're a vetflake and a disastrous politician. Yet here you are. Insulting a sitting president, insulting the American people.— I am Belle (@KStiffers) April 19, 2018
How's Kevin? Btw pic.twitter.com/Q6gHgm0cbO
Wealthy Dems turned California into a one-party state in which elections don't matter and the rule of law doesn't exist. Here's part of the dark and bloody truth about the red republic.
And who pays the bills.
Chanting “arrest him now,” a group protest erupted outside the home of wealthy Democratic donor Ed Buck on Monday night after a second man died inside his apartment within 18 months.
Dozens of people gathered at the white stucco apartment block in West Hollywood, demanding the arrest of Buck, 64, a former model and businessman. They claimed “lightning doesn’t strike twice.”
Buck, who resigned last year from the steering committee of the Stonewall Democratic Club, was previously investigated for the death of Gemmel Moore, a 26-year-old black man who died of a methamphetamine overdose in July 2017 in the same apartment. Moore was found naked on a mattress in the living room, littered with drug paraphernalia, according to a coroner’s report into his death.
Yesterday, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s homicide bureau began an investigation into the death of another man—who is said to have been a black man in his fifties. They said they are also conducting a “secondary review” of Moore’s death. Last July, the district attorney’s office declined to file charges in the Moore case, citing insufficient evidence.
Jasmyne Cannick, a community activist who has worked with Moore’s family and conducted her own investigation into his death, led last night’s protest and said the district attorney and sheriff’s department have blood on their hands for failing to properly investigate Buck.
Cannick claims Buck—who donated tens of thousands of dollars to Democratic candidates, including President Obama, Hillary Clinton, and Kyrsten Sinema, the new U.S. senator for Arizona—lures men to his apartment for dangerous sexual encounters. She says she has uncovered evidence from Moore’s journal and from other men who say that Buck promises money to people and then injects them with crystal meth for his own gratification.
The crowd chanted “arrest him now” and “black lives matter” as cops watched from across the street. Others shouted: “It’s a death chamber,” “this is a cemetery” and “black boys are dying here, nothing’s happening.”
As part of her investigation, Cannick and Moore’s family published pages from his diary in which he alleged that it was Buck who introduced him to narcotics. In one excerpt from December 2016, he wrote: “I honestly don’t know what to do. I’ve become addicted to drugs and the worst one at that. Ed Buck is the one to thank. He gave me my first injection of crystal meth it was very painful, but after all the troubles, I became addicted to the pain and fetish/fantasy.
“My life is at an alltime [sic] high right now & I mean that from all ways. I ended up back at Buck [sic] house again and got manipulated into slamming (injecting drugs) again. I even went to the point where I was forced to doing 4 within a 2day period. This man is crazy and its sad. Will I ever get help?”
He also wrote: “If it didn’t hurt so bad, I’d kill myself, but I’ll let Ed Buck do it for now.”
Cannick says she has spoken to several other gay black men who claim Buck would invite them to his house and pay them to take drugs and “Party ‘n’ Play”—meaning to get high and perform sex acts.
Last night, she said: “If you remember the coroner’s report from 2017, his home was littered with drug paraphernalia. It was a treasure trove of drugs. All of the young men that we interviewed all confirmed that he has to be the one to inject you with the meth, that he likes to have control over you, that the more you take, the more money he’s willing to pay you. That only works on vulnerable people, who need money.”
When the police usually show up at a death scene, and there are drugs scattered around, there would be charges. Potentially even felony murder. But Dem donors get a pass. And these photos show just how well connected Ed Buck was.