A federal judge confiscated drugs and other evidence from a Democratic donor, Edvac’s West Hollywood home, after a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s agent was found dead in 2017. I ruled that I acted properly.
The ruling raises new questions about why LA County prosecutors first refused to prosecute Buck for crimes and, two years later, federal prosecutors filed a proceeding against him. I will.
Back waiting for trial Federal drug rates Due in part to a man’s drug overdose, Judge Christina A. Snyder of the U.S. District Court found a syringe, drug tool, and nearly two grams in what Buck called an illegal search for his apartment. He urged prosecutors to ban the use of methanephetamine agents in the United States as evidence.
Snyder rejected the request. In Wednesday’s ruling, she effectively brought law enforcement to his home when Buck called 911 to report an overdose of 26-year-old Gemel Moore during a “party and play” sexual encounter. I wrote that I invited him. The presence of the agent was legal and the evidence of the drug was “in a clear view”, so prosecutors are free to use it in their proceedings against Buck.
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