The plaintiffs’ attorneys argue that Buck’s conviction in the death of their brother already proves their claims
“Buck used his money and privilege to exploit his victims, who were unhoused, destitute, and/or struggling with addiction”
“Beyond Ed Buck,” a new documentary from ALLBLK, the streaming service for Black TV and film from AMC Networks
“The lives of Black gay men matter — no matter if they’re homeless, survival sex workers or escorts — Our lives, our community matters.”
Also convicted on charges of maintaining a drug den, distributing methamphetamine & enticement to cross state lines to engage in prostitution
Buck can be heard in the background; “Go one more time,” encouraging Moore to smoke more meth while Buck films him.
Buck, a wealthy white man who was active in gay and animal rights issues, exploited vulnerable men — most of them Black
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