Tuesday, November 24, 2020
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Names of Bill Cosby jurors released after vigorous court battle

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Montgomery County, Pa. – Judge Steven O’Neill has publicly identified members of the jury that convicted Bill Cosby of sexual assault following a 21-day “cooling-off period.”

Bill Cosby jurors William Walsh, left, Quaison Bates, center, Harrison Snyder, right.
Bill Cosby jurors William Walsh, left, Quaison Bates, center, Harrison Snyder, right.

Read: Media fights back after Cosby prosecutor tries hiding jurors by comparing case to Casey Anthony.

After a vigorous court battle that lasted 3-weeks, Judge O’Neill released the names on Friday, saying he was bound to do so by the state Supreme Court’s ruling that they’re public under the First Amendment.

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THE JURY PANEL

Juror #1: Harrison William Snyder of Gilbertsville (White Male)
Juror #2: Cheryl A. Carmel of Pottstown (White Female)
Juror #3: Dianne M. Scelza of Collegeville (White Female)
Juror #4: Gwen C. Brokenborough of Ardmore (Black Female)
Juror #5: Ryan Matthews Watts of Pennsburg (White Male)
Juror #6: Quaison Bok-Keem Bates of Horsham (Black Male)
Juror #7:  William J. Walsh of Elkins Park (White Male)
Juror #8: Donnie Marie Bauer of Ambler (White Female)
Juror #9: Joseph C. O’Neill of Hatboro (White Male)
Juror #10: Stephanie M. Shaffer of Pottstown (White Female)
Juror #11: Thomas Michael Gierginger of Cheltenham (White Male)
Juror #12: Nicolas Joseph Hyach of Horsham (White Male)

 

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