BIG ARREST: Hillary Mega-Donor Ed Buck Hauled In For Running Filthy "Drug Den"

Ed Buck, arrested after the third man died in his apartment of an apparent drug overdose, is also  accused  of human trafficking and revenge porn.

Ed Buck, arrested after the third man died in his apartment of an apparent drug overdose, is also accused of human trafficking and revenge porn.

The “John Podesta of the West Coast” as some researchers have labeled him, Ed Buck is a Hollywood-based political operative and Democratic Party mega-donor, known for helping out Hillary Clinton financially in the past — and tied to Podesta, Brock, and the rest of the pack.

As FOX is reporting, “Ed Buck, a prominent Democratic Party donor, was arrested Tuesday and charged with operating a drug house after a third man reportedly suffered an overdose inside his West Hollywood home last week and survived.”

After a third man suffered an overdose in his apartment! What are the odds!

Amazing that law enforcement in California acted at all — they let him get away with this several times before doing so.

This is a high level arrest of someone close to the Clintons, and Podesta. Let us hope Buck talks to authorities and gives up some other predatory degenerates in the political class.

Speaking of which… the massage therapist who accused actor Kevin Spacey of sexual assault, leading to his rapid public downfall and the cancellation of House of Cards on Netflix, has been found dead.

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