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Judge declares mistrial in Bill Cosby sexual assault case

After over 50 hours of jury deliberation, a mistrial has been declared in Bill Cosby’s sexual asault case. The  case stems from an  incident that occurred in 2004 involving Andrea Constand.

Cosby argured that the sexual encounter was consensual while Constand alleged that she was drugged and raped by Cosby. With the results, Cosby will remain a free man for now. Prosecutors are pursuing a new trial, but it will likely be more difficult due the evidence presented in the case.

 

 




2 Comments

  1. Oak510finest on June 17, 2017 at 7:30 pm

    This racially motivated attack on Mr. Cosby shoukd have never made it to court. Glad to see a mistrial.

    • Karl on June 18, 2017 at 1:48 pm

      If even 1 of the 60+ attacks on women happened that he was accused of, he deserves life in prison.

      Same as any other felon.

      Doesn’t matter what color he is.
      Purple, pink, blue, or green.

      You do the crime, you do the time.
      Law is the law for a reason!