Saturday, March 28, 2020

Tom Mesereau breaks silence on Cosby trial after 10-months: Hints on appellate issues

• Tom Mesereau spoke out for the first time in 10 months, breaking his silence!
• Mesereau gave detailed accounts from behind-the-scenes!
• Cosby's former high-profile lawyer confirmed the stories YC reported throughout the duration of the Bill Cosby trial.
• All Things P.I. -- the new show hosted by famed Los Angeles private eye Scott Ross airs Thursdays at 9am PST/12pm EST

Tom Mesereau — known for successfully defending Michael Jackson against child molestation charges in 2005 — broke his silence in a world-exclusive interview during the debut of All Things P.I. Thursday.

Bill Cosby was found guilty for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in his Cheltenham home in 2004 — and as YC reported, the verdict was a result of racism-fueled testimony — after we uncovered the chief accuser’s family despised ‘black people.’

“The trial was not fair from A to Z!” Mesereau said. “He has a right to due process and it was denied to him.”

Read: Kevin Steele tried having YC barred from the Bill Cosby Trial! Read the motion filed by YC to keep true journalism alive in the courtroom! 

During the one-hour interview hosted by famed private eye Scott Ross – Mesereau slammed the judge and district attorney. “In my opinion, the judge favored the prosecution!”

As YC exclusively reported, the prosecutor behind the case received hefty donations when he told voters he’d void the agreement made by the former district attorney not to prosecute Cosby on the grounds that no evidence existed.

The deal forced the comic icon into surrendering his fifth amendment right.

“This case was politically motived and driven,” Mesereau continued. “I think this conviction needs to be set aside and he deserves his right to a fair trial!”

The lawyer also spoke highly of Cosby’s right-hand-man, stating “I think Andrew Wyatt is a great publicist.” Wyatt has been side-by-side with the comedian since the first trial and remains to work closely with the family.

“He deserves justice and he didn’t get it,” Mesereau said. “Bill Cosby never got a fair trial.”

Scott Ross, known for his work with Chris Brown, Michael Jackson, Sylvester Stallone and Robert Blake, hosts the new show All Things P.I., which airs Thursdays at 9:00 a.m. PST/12:00 p.m. EST on KCAA Radio and online at www.kcaaradio.com.

Harland Braun — attorney for Roman Polanski — is scheduled to appear on the show next Thursday.

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