The family of Gemmel Moore is still seeking justice for his death. FoxNews has surprisingly echoed sentiments expressed by 2UrbanGirls regarding the failure of many high-profile democrats to return campaign donations from Ed Buck, a prominent member of poltics and member of the LGBT community. Moore was found dead of an overdose in Buck’s West Hollywood home.
Sydney Kamlager (Dove) proudly boasts of her connections to the LGBT community after having secured endorsements from top LGBT affiliated political groups and organizations. 2UrbanGirls has asked repeatedly if she has returned the $500 given to her by Buck for her campaign for LA Community College board in 2015.
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Her reply was to “check the receipts”.
2UrbanGirls looked for those “receipts” and couldn’t find them.
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Now FoxNews has taken interest in the story and noted who DID return Buck’s donations as previously detailed on jasmyneacannick.com.
The mayor of Los Angeles, three members of Congress, two people running for Congress and the Los Angeles district attorney have all returned or given away their donations from Ed Buck, 63, a West Hollywood resident who has given more than $500,000 to Democratic candidates and groups over the years.
NOW would be a good time to release those “receipts” Sydney (if they even exist).
The campaign of Ms. Kamlager has provided a link to her campaign filing forms to show the $500 donation WAS returned. 2UrbanGirls sincerely apologizes to Ms. Kamlager for any confusion our article may have caused her campaign.
2UrbanGirls has removed all negative references surrounding this issue.
The page below shows the candidate filing indicating that Sydney Kamlager’s College Board campaign committee returned the contribution from Ed Buck in 2017.
Sydney Kamlager’s Campaign Manager
It may also be a good time to ask why her husband hasn’t paid his CA state taxes.