Thursday, November 26, 2020
Thursday, November 26, 2020

Bill Cosby Walks Free: Find Out How Cosby Will Walk

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Montgomery County, Pa. (YC) – Despite the negative news reports depicting Cosby as a man guilty of sexual assault, he will walk free.

After observing five full days of testimony and evidence, it’s clear that Cosby might be guilty of one thing – being a disloyal husband at one point in his career as a comedian.

Andrea Constand provided three different stories of what she claimed happened to her in 2004 – which struck the jurors.

The jury has asked questions specifically relating to Constand’s original police report which contradicted her testimony Tuesday.

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The jurors then asked to hear Constand’s testimony again Wednesday; indicating that some members of the jury are trying to show the other jurors how inconsistent Constand’s statements have been, bringing reasonable doubt.

Sources who have been close with jurors told YC that they have been giving select jurors the silent treatment when leaving the courthouse and entering the hotel. Furthermore, according to our source – a number of jurors told the judge that they wanted to make a trip to Target for toiletries as they’ll be here for a while.

It appears that select jurors will not budge which will force Judge O’Neill to declare the case against Cosby a mistrial.

The story will be updated at 4:30 p.m. today.

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