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Criminal defense attorney David Bruno weighs in on Ed Buck’s future after a third man overdoses in home.
Rep. Karen Bass, D-Calif., said on Wednesday it was “incomprehensible” that the authorities took so long to arrest the Democratic mega-donor Ed Bock on fees an overdose of drugs cause.
“It is incomprehensible to me, that it was attacked, a third of black gay man and to die at home, in order to finally resolve the unconscionable apathy that has allowed said Ed Buck, racist, sexual predator, running around free,” Bass, whose district is adjacent to Buck’s district of West Hollywood. “Everyone knew that he preyed on young black men. … Inaction in response, one message was loud and clear: Black gay lives obviously don’t care.”
Bass raged on Twitter later on Wednesday that the possible punishment for the state to add charges against the Buck, up to “less than three years per life, Ed Buck killed —serial killers don’t stop until you are caught. How many more vulnerable Black men would he have killed? There is no Deposit should.”
Buck appeared before the court on the state charges Thursday, and his trial postponed until next month. He found the 4-million-Dollar bail. On Thursday, prosecutors announced that Buck had been charged with distribution of methamphetamine, with the death of the 26-year-old Gemmel Moore in Buck’s home in July 2017. If you are calculating condemned by the Federal government, Buck faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years in prison.
Prosecutors described the Buck as “violent, dangerous sex offender” offered drugs, money and shelter, especially with addicted and homeless men in exchange for participation in sexual fetishes. A fetish involves the administration of dangerous doses of drugs, the said documents.
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When Fox News asked why it has taken so long for Buck, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Homicide Investigator Quilmes Rodriguez, said: “The investigation is in progress.”
Rep. Karen Bass, D-Calif. (Congress Member Karen Bass)
Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office spokesman Greg Risling said: “Our office refuses to comment. And for a strong statement from our office, you have our Deposit movement, the spells, what you’re looking for.”
Buck Tuesday was arrested after a third man who allegedly suffered an overdose of methamphetamine in his home last week and survived. Another man, 55-year-old Timothy Dean, overdose and died in the home in January 2018.
Buck, 65, has donated tens of thousands of dollars to California candidates, including democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, and is well-known in LGBTQ political circles. According to federal records, Buck more than $500,000 contributed to the Democratic groups, including the $1,500 to Barack Obama’s presidential campaign and $2,950 to the Hillary Clinton campaign.
The Prosecutor’s office says Buck met his latest victim on Sept. 11 and injected him with two dangerous doses, refused to help him, and “thwarted” his efforts to help from the outside, until the people fled from the apartment and called 911 from a gas station.
“His deadly behavior has not stopped,” prosecutors said in the court records.
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Buck ‘ s “predatory acts and willful disregard for human life must be stopped before another life is lost,” the documents said.
In addition to the operation of a drug house, Buck is charged with furnishing methamphetamine and battery-serious bodily injury caused. Message to Buck’s attorney, Seymour Amster, were not immediately returned.