• Mother of Man Found Dead at Gay Democrat Donor's WeHo Home Urges Other

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    The mother of a 26-year-old man who died at a wealthy Democratic
    donor's home in West Hollywood in what was initially determined
    to be an accidental drug overdose is calling for more alleged
    victims to come forward.

    The circumstances surrounding Gemmel Moore's death have been
    called into question, and the man's mother, Letisha Nixon, spoke
    at a West Hollywood City Council meeting Monday. Nixon said
    people have come forward with incriminating information about Ed
    Buck, the wealthy political donor whose home is where Moore was
    found dead on July 27.

    At the council meeting, officials from the Los Angeles County
    Sheriff's Department said they needed the cooperation of other
    alleged victims but acknowledged some have been reluctant —
    possibly due to their own involvement in illegal activity.

    The Sheriff's Department announced last week that homicide
    investigators were, in "an abundance of caution," reviewing
    Moore's death, which the department said had been determined to
    be the result of accidental overdose. An Aug. 15 sheriff's news
    release stated "responding deputies revealed no suspicious
    circumstances of foul play."

    Moore was a gay male escort and Buck has been accused by other
    escorts of instructing them to ingest dangerous amounts of
    drugs, Nixon said.

    "Ed Buck has been soliciting young gay black men," Nixon told
    reporters outside the City Council meeting.

    "He has them wear these long white ‘under-johns.’ He takes
    pictures of them," she said. "He hits them up with meth. The
    more meth that they smoke and inject, the more money that he
    gives them."

    Buck's attorney has denied the accusations and declined to
    comment on specifics.

    "This is an issue about how did Mr. Moore die, and Mr. Moore did
    not die because of any act that Mr. Buck did," attorney Seymour
    Amster told KTLA last week.

    Nixon requested the council put pressure on agencies to look
    into her son's death. Nixon wants the council to ask the county
    District Attorney's Office to offer immunity to other escorts if
    they come forward with information about Buck, according to
    Jasmyne Cannick, an activist and writer who has been promoting
    Nixon's concerns about Buck.

    "I just want you guys to please put pressure on whoever needs
    pressure, so that these people can get immunity and I can get
    justice for my son," Nixon told the council.

    One alleged victim, who remained anonymous, told KTLA last week
    that Buck has instructed escorts to ingest drugs so he can watch
    their reactions.

    "He gets his thrills just based off you getting high," he said.
    "He wants to see your reaction. He wants to see how can you take
    it — if you can handle it or not."

    For now, homicide investigators are still looking to hear from
    other alleged victims while Nixon continues to fight for a
    thorough investigation.

    "I'm asking for justice for my son — regardless to the fact of
    whatever he did," Nixon said during the meeting. "He still was
    my son. He still was a person."

    https://ktla.com/2017/08/21/l-a-detectives-launch-probe-into- mans-death-at-democratic-donors-home-victims-mother-urges-other- alleged-victims-to-come-forward/

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