Democrat Donor Found Guilty in ‘Party and Play’ Drug Deaths

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Prominent liberal activist, Democrat megadonor, and Clinton donor, Ed Buck has been found guilty in the deaths of two men.

A federal jury has convicted Buck on two counts of meth distribution that resulted in death. This carries a minimum of 20 years, this is bad news for the 66-year-old activist.

From The New York Post: 

The verdict was handed down four years to the day after 26-year-old Gemmel Moore was found dead of a drug overdose in Buck’s West Hollywood apartment. An investigation revealed that Buck had purchased a plane ticket for Moore, who was black, to fly from Texas to Los Angeles to “party and play” with the older white man.

“The party is the drugs, the play is the sex,” Assistant US Attorney Chelsea Norell told jurors in her opening statement. “If they didn’t party, he wasn’t interested.”

Moore’s family and activists had pushed for Buck’s arrest, charging that his wealth, political connections and his race precluded him from facing consequences. Despite the clamor, Buck was left free to pursue his fetish for another two years after Moore’s death.

“Today is bittersweet,” LaTisha Nixon, Moore’s mother, said after the verdict. “We got victory today.”


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