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Bill Cosby: I’ll never show remorse

A stunning interview between Bill Cosby and a website called BlackPress has surfaced online. And in that interview, Cosby minced no words in making it clear that he would never show remorse for the sexual assault convictions currently against him. Via Black Press "When I come up for parole, they’re not going to hear me say that I have remorse. I was there. I don’t care what group of people come along and talk about this". Typically, sex offenders are required to show remorse to be considered for parole at any time. It remains unclear whether or not Cosby plans to stick to this plan.
Bill Cosby speaks in first interview from inside prison: Reports
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Bill Cosby speaks in first interview from inside prison: Reports

Disgraced comedian Bill Cosby has, for the most part, been locked up quietly for the past four months. Now, in his first words since imprisonment, Cosby has spoken out about his imprisonment. In a statement per NBC 10 "My political beliefs, my actions of trying to humanize all races, genders, and religions landed me in this place surrounded by barb wire fencing, a room made of steel and iron. So, I now have a temporary residence that resembles the quarters of some of the Greatest Political Prisoners—Martin Luther King, Jr., Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Randal Robinson and Dr. Benjamin Chavis. I stand upright as a Political Prisoner and I Smile. The Truth is Strong!"
Report: Bill Cosby faces up to 10 years in prison
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Report: Bill Cosby faces up to 10 years in prison

With the much debated felony assault charges that were levied against the legendary comedian yesterday.  Pennsylvania authorities charged Cosby with felony sexual assault in connection to a 2004 incident in which Andrea Costrand claims that Cosby assaulted her and provided her "drugs" that left her incapacitated. Cosby was quickly released from jail after being booked, but, not before he was forced to pay more than $1million in bail. Experts say that the charge carries up to 10 years maximum in prison for felony assault in the state of Pennsylvania. However, it remains unclear whether or not Cosby will actually be convicted.  The Los Angeles Times has the entire 23-page criminal complaint, that perhaps, has social media ablaze with debate.  
Bill Cosby charged with felony sexual assault
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Bill Cosby charged with felony sexual assault

Bad news for comedy legend Bill Cosby, er, mostly because the erroneous allegations of sexual assault that are more than 10 years old against him -- have now compiled themselves into actual charges. Prosecutors  in Pennsylvania announced Wednesday afternoon that the legendary comedian would be charged with felony assault, in connection, to a 2004 alleged "rape" involving Andrea Costrand. Cosby, is reportedly set to be arraigned this evening.  The incident is one of many that has fallen under scrutiny, perhaps,  amid claims that many of the women have either lied or are currently lying.
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New blowback for Bill Cosby

Bad news for Bill Cosby. According to court documents obtained by multiple outlets, the judge presiding over Cosby's declined to rehear the trial and re sentence Cosby despite numerous filings by his team. His wife Camille, uh, maintains that Cosby has done no wrong and has accused the judge of biased against her husband on multiple occasions. According to a family statement, new documents are set to be filed once again to at the very least have his felony sex conviction thrown out.
New blowback for Bill Cosby
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New blowback for Bill Cosby

Bad news for Bill Cosby. According to court documents obtained by multiple outlets, the judge presiding over Cosby's declined to rehear the trial and re sentence Cosby despite numerous filings by his team. His wife Camille, uh, maintains that Cosby has done no wrong and has accused the judge of biased against her husband on multiple occasions. According to a family statement, new documents are set to be filed once again to at the very least have his felony sex conviction thrown out.
Bill Cosby is headed to state prison for his sex crimes: Judge
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Bill Cosby is headed to state prison for his sex crimes: Judge

PHILLY -- The judge presiding over Bill Cosby 's sexual assault trial, perhaps, can now breathe a sigh of relief now that it is officially over.   Per the ruling, the disgraced comedian and former "T.V Dad" will spend the next 3-10 years in state prison for the violent and shocking rape of Andrea Costrand (who he previously settled with out of court for over $3.5m). Cosby, 81, is legally blind and is expected to face pretty harsh conditions in prison. His lawyers had their attempts at house arrest rejected, whereas,   prosecutors actually wanted 5-10 years in prison for the reported sexual assaults.  More than 60 women actually accused Cosby of sex crimes, although, only Andrea's came to be and resulted in criminal charges.
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Mini-Brief: Hidden amount Bill Cosby paid Andrea Costrand is revealed

PHILLY --    Big developments in the retrial against Bill Cosby. During yesterday's opening day,  things, ehum, got a little hairy. Let's discuss. Both sides of the spectrum reportedly (for the first time) revealed that Cosby paid upwards of $3.8m to Andrea Costrand in a private agreement and settlement (that Costrand reportedly agreed with) in 2006.  In 2006, the payment was made to ultimately settle Costrand's emotional distress claim.    Yesterday, marked the first time anyone had ever been made aware of the payment. Now, this is where it gets a little different.   According to legal experts,  both sides are expected to bring up the payment during today's hearing, mostly, considering a judge has ruled that the payment and the compromising  discussion is fair game for the courtr...
Despite attempts otherwise, Camille Cosby ordered to testify Monday: Reports
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Despite attempts otherwise, Camille Cosby ordered to testify Monday: Reports

Despite attempts otherwise, it, appears that the world  will hear from Camille Cosby for the first time. According to reports, Cosby, despite attempts via her lawyers to get a subpoena squashed -- has been ordered that she must testify in the rape and sexual assault cases against her husband Monday afternoon.  On Friday, Cosby's lawyers attempted to get the subpoena's squashed citing that she was "not involved with the situation, and has nothing to do with what these women claim against Bill Cosby himself'. A federal judge apparently disagreed, ultimately, ruling Friday that Cosby's deposition must proceed Friday per the original lawsuit. In other Cosby related news,  Bill Cosby is reportedly suing 0ne of his accusers:  Andrea Costrand.
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