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Male Escort Found Dead in Major Dem Donor’s Mansion-Has Ties To Hillary Clinton

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Mysterious Deaths Seems To Be The “NORM” In The Democrat Circles

If you believe the Clinton’s have a kill list, then you’re considered a conspiracy theorist to many, but to some, you seem just plain crazy. In the case of Gemmel Moore, Hillary Clinton has only one tie to him. The close friend and mega-donor Ed Buck was activity using methamphetamines with Moore when he was found dead in Bucks home. Tell me if I’m crazy, but doesn’t it seem like we’re watching the now-canceled TV series House Of Cards? Sex, Drugs, and Murder. Now the parents of Gemmel Moore are wanting answers. They want to make sure Ed Buck is put in prison. 

 

Gemmel Moore, 26, was discovered by police on July 27 inside the apartment of Ed Buck, 63. Buck is a well-known Democratic contributor and has given 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 Los Angeles County Coroner’s office initially ruled the death an accidental methamphetamine overdose. But the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office Homicide Bureau on Aug. 14 announced they would investigate if there is any criminal culpability after Moore’s family and friends disputed the initial finding.

A journal entry left by Moore has some raising their eyebrows. Moore claims Ed Buck gave him his first injection of methamphetamine. That alone could convict Buck of manslaughter. What’s puzzling is the coroner’s office is claiming this wasn’t a homicide. There was no foul play found. The journal entry is enough proof that puts Buck at the other end of the needle. So was Buck the one administering the drugs to Moore? 

“If it didn’t hurt so bad, I’d kill myself, but I’ll let Ed Buck do it for now.”

-Gemmel Moore, In His Journal

Moore family attorney Nana Gyamfi told Fox News she hoped 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.”

Gyamfi said no wrongful death lawsuit has been filed, but that it’s “on the dry-erase board as one way in which some modicum of justice for Gemmel can be achieved.”

Moore’s mother is clear on what justice means for her:

“Getting 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.” VIA Fox News

 

 

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