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Democratic donor's attorney says critics have unfairly used race to blame his client for 2 deaths

LOS ANGELES - The attorney for Ed Buck, the longtime Democratic donor whose West Hollywood home has been the scene of two black men's deaths since 2017, said Friday that critics have unfairly used race to blame his client for the deaths.

"Some people still want us to have a race war," attorney Seymour Amster said of Buck's critics. "Some people want to look at things as black, white or brown.

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