An alleged victim of Ed Buck has emerged to tell his story of how the Democrat mega-donor injected him with drugs, revealing at one point he thought he’d be the next to die in that house.
The witness has come forward as reports of a second dead body in a little over a year has been found in Buck’s home. The victims were both black males.
In an exclusive interview with the Daily Mail, 28-year-old Jermaine Gagnon goes into explicit detail on his encounters with Buck, which include wild drug use.
According to Gagnon, Buck “drugged him with a substance dissolved in Gatorade then injected him with crystal meth at his West Hollywood apartment.”
He provided images of Buck which show the two at his apartment. Gagnon claims he was paid to stay at the home.
You can watch the report here. BEWARE: Graphic and adult content.
— Jasmyne Cannick (@Jasmyne) January 9, 2019
More evidence in journals of the victims
The dead bodies, journal entries from one of those men who died in Buck’s home, and now a living witness are demonstrating a pattern of illicit behavior taking place in Buck’s home and leading to grave outcomes.
Protesters, including Black Lives Matter activists, have gathered outside the Democrat’s home since the discovery of a second body.
The protesters are now turning their anger towards the neighbors who live in Ed Buck’s apartment building, saying they are complicit in the deaths of the men who have died inside of his apartment. Neighbors say they’ve called police and they’re sick of Buck’s actions. @FOXLA pic.twitter.com/OmkGS23Qqs
— Bill Melugin (@BillFOXLA) January 8, 2019
Gagnon claims that prior to meeting Buck, he had never experimented with crystal meth, but that changed when the latter insisted that he be allowed to inject his victim with the drug.
The effects of the drugs and a possibly ‘spiked’ Gatorade drink wore on Gagnon.
“I really thought I was the next person that was going be dead at Ed Buck’s house,” he said.
The first victim, 27-year-old male escort Gemmel Moore, was found dead in Buck’s apartment from what was determined to be a methamphetamine overdose.
“If it didn’t hurt so bad, I’d kill myself, but I’ll let Ed Buck do it for now,” Moore wrote in a journal in which he described drug use that started after meeting the Democrat.
The second body, discovered this week, has been identified as 55-year-old Timothy Dean, and Buck’s lawyer claimed he was already exhibiting erratic behavior when he came to the apartment. The other two victims’ statements would place that assertion under a shroud of suspicion.
A black protester in crowd outside Dem mega-donor Ed Buck’s house made an interesting point: he said if 2 white men had been found dead inside a black man’s house, the dude would already be in jail.
— Gov. Mike Huckabee (@GovMikeHuckabee) January 9, 2019
Buck under investigation
Buck is currently under investigation over Dean’s death, while the Moore case was reopened after being closed due to a lack of evidence.
“Ed Buck is a danger to society, not just because of what he’s doing to black men, but what he’s exposing our community to in general. He’s exposing our community to being hooked on crystal meth and other drugs,” Moore’s godbrother is reported as saying.
Buck has donated well over $500,000 to a host of prominent Democrats, including Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, former president Barack Obama, and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Congressman Ted Lieu (D-CA) has said he is so “deeply disturbed” by the events that he will donate any contributions made by Buck to various charities.
The Daily Mail reports that Clinton’s campaign has thus far offered no comment.