Friday, March 24, 2023
Friday, March 24, 2023

    Cosby Prosecutors Mock #MeToo Movement, Declare They Too Were Touched After Labeling Accuser’s Husband A ‘Fairy’ Who ‘Looks Like Tarzan’

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    Lou Ferrigno – known for his role as the Hulk – is a fairy who looks like Tarzan & hits like Jane, according to an email exchange with lawyers on the Bill Cosby prosecution. What’s more, a lead prosecutor claimed the comedian touched him, too.

    “Ferrigno is a Fairy … Looks like Tarzan – hits like Jane,” an email sent to Montgomery County Deputy District Attorney Thomas McGoldrick reads.

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    McGoldrick responded to the email with a distorted photo, but the conversation worsened when he claimed he too was a victim.

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    “He touched me, too.” McGoldrick wrote. “I shook hands with him at my law school graduation. We discussed Dumb Donald. True story.”

    The email surfaced after Lou Ferrigno’s wife, Carla, accused Cosby of sexually assaulting her approximately 50-years ago when she was a Playboy bunny. Prosecutors were quick to dish out #MeToo jokes, hinting that accusers are simply jumping on a bandwagon.

    According to the email chain, McGoldrick’s brother was also victimized.

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    “He touched me too…” his brother said. 

    Cosby Prosecutors Label Accuser’s Husband A ‘Fairy’ Who ‘Looks Like Tarzan’
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    The Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office released – under court order – emails pertaining to the investigation, dating back to 2014.

    “The Requestor submitted a position statement arguing that the public has a First Amendment right to access records of judicial proceedings, even if necessary to redact personal information, and that it is necessary to access the requested records to determine whether criminal procedure rules were complied with during the investigation and trial of William H. Cosby,” the Pennsylvania Office of Open Records wrote in their decision compelling prosecutors to release email communications. “This important open-government law is ‘designed to promote access to official government information in order to prohibit secrets, scrutinize the actions of public officials and make public officials accountable for their actions.”

    As we previously reported, prior to re-opening their investigation into the comedian, prosecutors joked Cosby would ‘die’ if jailed for three and a half to seven years, according to emails exclusively obtained by

    The comic icon was sentenced to three to 10 years in a Montgomery County prison. His legal team has filed an appeal with the Pennsylvania Superior Court. The panel’s ruling on Cosby’s appeal will be issued at an unspecified future date.

    Stay with us for the latest developments.

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