Top Clinton donor and Democratic insider Ed Buck is still a free man — and is very much on the prowl.
Buck is infamous for allegedly fulfilling twisted sexual fantasies by using young, poor African-American men. According to reports, Buck pays these young men — who are often homeless — hundreds of dollars to use dangerous amounts of drugs while he watches and pleasures himself.
Two men have already died in his apartment in just the past three years.
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And now DailyMail.com has released an exclusive photo of yet another African-American male entering Buck’s apartment in West Hollywood.
Depicted in the photo is a male with a bandage wrapped around his arm, lugging paper towels just moments before he stepped inside Buck’s apartment.
Remember that photo I tweeted last week of a young Black man entering Ed Buck's house? Well, yesterday afternoon around 2:52p Buck called the sheriff's on him and had him removed from his apartment. Classic Ed Buck. But there's more. pic.twitter.com/Qpo1qqoF5l
— Jasmyne Cannick (@Jasmyne) September 12, 2019
The photo was tweeted on social media by political commentator Jasmyne Cannick, who has long been an advocate for Buck’s arrest.
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She claims to have discovered police evidence against Buck in his investigation. Cannick blasted Democrats for their silence on surrounding Buck.
When I read that I couldn't help but think of the silence from "allies," #LGBTQ and Democratic communities on Ed Buck and the deaths of Gemmel Moore and Timothy Dean. Their silence says to me as a Black person that their deaths and the victimization of men like them is ok.
— Jasmyne Cannick (@Jasmyne) September 16, 2019
She went on to say Buck called the sheriff on the young male to have him removed from his apartment — reportedly a regular move on Buck’s part. Cannick’s allegations seem to suggest that Buck and the local police are working together.
She told DailyMail.com, “We know that Ed Buck has not changed his predatory behavior. We know this because the men he’s solicited have told us. We know this because people in his neighborhood have told us. We know this because Ed Buck is still using the internet to find young Black men to lure with his money.
“Every day that goes by that Ed Buck is a free man, there is the very real chance of there being a third or even fourth dead body coming out of that apartment.”
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Gemmel Moore, in 2016, and Timothy Dean, in 2018, both overdosed and died inside that very apartment.
Moore’s family alleges that Buck is still openly active with young men on dating websites as recently as April of this year.
The lawsuit is still playing out in court. As recently as last week, Buck and his team sought to have the case dismissed, but were denied by a Los Angeles judge, according to Cannick.
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