By now, Seth Rich is the most popular staffer who ever served on the DNC, though for morbidly opaque reasons. His murder is still being whispered about and some of the best minds in criminal studies find that the official story does not line up. Well, now powerful Democrats have another dead body to account for.
A drug-addicted gay escort named Gemmel Moore, 26 was “found dead in the West Hollywood home of a high-powered Democratic Party donor last year” and those who knew him are still waiting for answers, Fox News reports. Police discovered the man’s body way back on July 27th, “inside the apartment of Ed Buck, 63. Buck is a well-known Democratic contributor.”
Fox confirms that this donor had doled out “more than $500,000 to an array of Democrats including Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey and a variety of state and local organizations in California.” The fact that a possible gay lover was found dead in his apartment in the day an age of #MeToo without scrutiny shows that cover-up is being attempted.
At first, the coroner ruled the case an accidental meth overdose, but now that is being questioned. The “Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office Homicide Bureau on Aug. 14 ” declared that they planned to investigate “any criminal culpability” after members of the deceased’s family found fault with the findings.
Investigators are finding it hard to interview certain witnesses though they did tell Fox News that they hope to wind this up soon. “We should have all the information, so we can make a good evaluation of everything that transpired to see if there’s any criminal culpability,” said Lt. Joe Mendoza, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office homicide bureau.
He says that many people have been interviewed thus far. We are told that “Buck’s apartment was riddled with drug paraphernalia,” something that certainly shows the kind of lifestyle that this donor was comfortable with.
How comfortable? Police found “24 syringes containing brown residue, five glass pipes with white residue and burn marks, a plastic straw with possible white residue, clear plastic bags with white powdery residue and a clear plastic bag containing a piece of crystal-like substance.” That would imply that Buck was very comfortable with the drug lifestyle.
While each person should be free to decide such things for themselves, what if he had been a G.O.P donor? The press would be on fire. When a bigwig lib is shooting up gay lovers his apartment, though, the MSM is silent on the matter.
Moore told someone (whose name is redacted) that a person tied him up “over a year ago” and “held him against his will at the residence in West Hollywood.”
Buck lives in West Hollywood.
Mendoza promised, “We don’t want to move forward with anything else without every single piece of information. We’re just in a holding pattern until we can get those people interviewed.” This means that those who may have been guilty of other crimes (likely prostitution, drug use, etc) will get immunity when they speak about Morris as it pertains to this case.
Those investigating are “trying to leave no stone unturned,” according to the lawman.
Buck’s attorney, Seymour Amster, was quick to declare his client’s innocence. “There’s nothing there. As we always stated, this was an accidental overdose that Ed Buck had nothing to do with and it’s a tragedy. The coroner has not changed his opinion from an accidental death. Until that happens, and that’s not going to happen, we’re done.”
Moore’s mother, LaTisha Nixon, showed the journal and diary entries that her son had penned which read, “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.”
Again, imagine if this had been a big Republican donor who was shooting up people with meth. This would be front page news for an eon!
Moore was not done writing, either. He also included his final entry on December 3, 2016, “If it didn’t hurt so bad, I’d kill myself, but I’ll let Ed Buck do it for now.” Did he mean via drugs or on purpose? Authorities and family members alike are not so sure.
“Gemmel deserves justice. What’s done in the dark always comes to the light,” said a bereaved Nixon. “I’m happy Ed Buck got exposed for what he was doing.”
Amster paints a different picture and claims that his client was simply trying to help a troubled man. “These are merely accusations. This situation has turned into an attack on Mr. Buck’s personal life.”
As all of this is being said, Moore family attorney Nana Gyamfi told Fox News that a “substantive investigation can now take place with the statements of the additional victims who will corroborate certain details in Gemmel Moore’s journal, but also recount their own experiences with Ed Buck.”
The lawyer also said that while no wrongful death suit has yet been filed, it is “on the dry-erase board as one way in which some modicum of justice for Gemmel can be achieved.”
Moore’s mother aims to get “Ed Buck off the streets and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law for preying on and taking advantage of my son and others like him.”
Should it come to pass that others have similar experiences with Buck, things could get very troublesome for the mega-donor. If so, he may have a lot more to worry about than a gay lifestyle or a drug addiction.