Ed Buck, Democratic Donor, is responsible for the Operation of a Drugs House

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Ed Buck, a Democratic donor and an activist who had two methamphetamine overdose deaths in West Hollywood was arrested in his flat place from 2017, Tuesday after his investigators said a third man had suffered an overdose in his house last week.

Mr Buck, 65, was charged with no previous costs for overdoses but was subject to an unfair death procedure, Tuesday with serious injury, methamphetamine administration and drug home maintenance. He has five years and eight months in prison.

The charges only apply to the latest incident, on September 11, when the Los Angeles district attorney's office says that Mr Buck interrupted a 37-year-old man with a methamphetamine in Mr Buck's house. The unrecognized man survived the overdose.

The two men who died in their apartments – Timothy Dean, 55, died in January, and Gemmel Moore, 26, died in July 2017 – accused Mr Buck, who is white, that he went black men.

Mr Moore's mother LaTisha Nixon said in the issue of wrongful death that Mr Buck had a “well documented history of isolating black men for predatory sexual contacts,” and a large number of protesters have gathered outside their home this year. demand for justice for men.

“I am always concerned about the safety of people whose life circumstances may make them more vulnerable to criminal predators,” said Jackie Lacey, attorney of Los Angeles County district, in a statement. “With this new light, I authorized the filing of criminal charges against Ed Buck.”

Mr Buck, Seymour I. Amster, a lawyer could not be arrested on Tuesday, but had previously refused to have any role in Mr Buck's death.

It was unclear whether Mr Buck would be arraigned. Prosecutors praised $ 4 million bonds.

Over the last decade, the long-term agent has given more than $ 116,000 to Democrats and candidates. The Democratic Democratic Campaigns Committee he told Fox News in January that he donated Mr Buck's contributions to the NALEO Educational Fund, a national bipartisan national group, and Representative Ted Lieu of California said he would give $ 18,000 contributions from Mr Buck to civil rights organizations .

Mr Buck was a great success in the 1980s in Arizona, when he was a Republican and in charge of Meacham's Recall Committee, tried to end the Gov. office. Evan Mecham, also Republican. Mr Mecham would then be imminent, charged with fraud and perjury.

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