Sunday, January 22, 2023
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    ‘Old Man’ Cosby Would Die If Jailed for 3 Years, Prosecutors Joked Before Re-Opening Investigation In 2015

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    Bill Cosby will die in prison, if sentenced to 3 and a half to 7 years, according to one of the lead prosecutors involved in the case.

    After a lengthy battle, we’ve been granted access to an explosive thousand-page-dossier containing internal emails and official documents pertaining to the Bill Cosby case – obtained under the Pennsylvania Right-to-Know Law as a result of a year-long fight.

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    “You put that old man in prison for three and a half to seven years, he’ll die.” Thomas McGoldrick teased an e-mail with fellow assistant district attorneys, including Cosby self-described ‘superstar’ prosecutor Stew Ryan.

    The quote McGoldrick pulled stemmed from an MSNBC segment featuring Bruce Castor, the prosecutor who originally investigated the allegations in 2005.

    The email was sent on Jul. 8, 2015, just two days before prosecutors asked chief Cosby accuser Andrea Constand’s attorney, Dolores Troiani, for a copy of the evidence used at the civil suit against the comedian, where she was ultimately awarded over $3 million. 

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    Ironically – three years and two trials later, Bill Cosby was sentenced to 3 to 10 years to be served at State Correctional Institution Phoenix, a maximum-security prison located in Montgomery County.

    Prosecutors exchanged tasteless jokes which included allowing 27 accusers to interview Cosby & ‘ambush’ him with “small, very sharp knives,” according to TMZ.

    As we previously reported, the prosecution was pressured to file charges hours after winning a heated election on Nov. 4, 2015, according to emails we’ve obtained.

    Stay with us for the latest developments. 

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