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Fresh update on "cosby" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:45 sec | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "cosby" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"Right now better by about four tenths of 1%. In Tokyo, the nikkei rising 1.4% in Seoul we have the Cosby hire by about a half of 1% and in Sydney, the ASX 200 ahead by about four tenths of 1%. Tomorrow stateside it said all important PPI report for the month of November, the question is whether or not we're going to get any insight at all on how this data these data may impact the fed's thinking when it meets later in the month. I think it's a foregone conclusion that we get a 50 basis point increase in the fed funds rate. That's what the market expects. Today we had U.S. yields rising across the curve right now in the Tokyo session at ten or three 46 a two year at four 30. We'll take another look at markets on the other side of the top of the hour. Head Baxter has a look at global news headlines next, Eddie. All right, thank you very much, Douglas

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Cosby, NBC, studio face new sex abuse lawsuit from 5 in NY

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 d ago

Cosby, NBC, studio face new sex abuse lawsuit from 5 in NY

"5 women who have accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault and abuse have filed a lawsuit against him, but they are also suing companies they say were complicit in the abuse. I'm Margie's are a letter with the latest. 5 women, lily Bernard, Eden turtle, jewel gittens, Jennifer Thompson, and cinder Ladd say Bill Cosby abused them on sets or in entertainment circles from the 1960s through the 1990s, what's different about this lawsuit is that along with Cosby, the women are suing NBC, which aired the Cosby show, along with Kaufman Astoria studios and car sea Warner television, the lawsuits as the company's new about Cosby's behavior and failed to stop it because of the profits he made them, representatives for the corporate defendants could not be reached for comment, a Cosby spokesman calls the lawsuit frivolous.

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Fresh update on "cosby" discussed on Mark Levin

Mark Levin

00:37 sec | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "cosby" discussed on Mark Levin

"The reader Cosby show. People are finally waking up. I think crime is going to be an enormous issue. It's not a Republican issue. It's not a Democrat issue. It's an American issue. Weeknights in ten after common sense with Bill O'Reilly. Jeanine pirro here, the tunnel to towers foundation is building its do good village and land alike Florida. Tunnel to towers is doing even more for their program recipients and it's all thanks to an extraordinary donation of many acres of land and your kindness and generosity. It's the first of its kind. The community of 110 homes for the foundation's program recipients. Families have fallen first responders, cold start families, families of catastrophically injured first responders and service members. All in one community as neighbors, the

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 Civil jury finds Bill Cosby sexually abused teenager in 1975

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Civil jury finds Bill Cosby sexually abused teenager in 1975

"There's a verdict in the Bill Cosby sexual assault lawsuit near Los Angeles a civil jury in Santa Monica California has found that Bill Cosby did sexually abuse a 16 year old girl at the Playboy mansion in 1975 the Los Angeles County jury delivered the verdict in favor of Judy huff who is now 64 and awarded her half a $1 million Juris found that Cosby intentionally caused harmful sexual contact with huff that he reasonably believed that she was under 18 and that his conduct was driven by unnatural or abnormal sexual interest in a minor It is a major defeat for the 84 year old entertainer who was once held as America's dad It comes nearly a year after

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 Bill Cosby civil trial jury must start deliberations over

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

Bill Cosby civil trial jury must start deliberations over

"So close and yet so far for the jury in the Bill Cosby sexual assault case near Los Angeles they were almost at the finish line but now the panel deciding though Cosby's fate in a civil lawsuit accusing him of sexual abuse is back at the starting point of deliberations on Friday the panel had reached verdicts on all but one question on their verdict form and the judge was ready to read off what they had decided on despite protests from Cosby's legal team but before that could happen deputies ordered the courthouse to be emptied because there was no budget for their overtime Meanwhile the judge had promised to draw that she could be dismissed after Friday's session for a prior commitment and said he didn't want to go back on his word The upshot of it all the panel starts deliberations from scratch now with

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Cosby lawyer urges jurors to consider only proof from trial

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 6 months ago

Cosby lawyer urges jurors to consider only proof from trial

"Cruising arguments have been made in the sexual abuse trial of Bill Cosby in California Here's what the jurors got to hear A prosecutor told jurors they should know in their hearts that Bill Cosby did sexually assault Judy huff at the Playboy mansion in 1975 when she was just 16 and that they should hold him accountable for that an attorney for the comedian told the panel to look past years of public accusations against the actor and comedian and consider only what was presented in this case Cosby's lawyers say this in the matter at hand hoth in her attorneys did not come close to proving what they call a 50 year old he said she said case Cosby did not testify in the civil lawsuit the jury did see a 2015 deposition that he gave in it he denies any sexual contact between him and huff she says however he forced her to do a sex act on him I'm Oscar wells

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'Donkey Kong defense' arises at Bill Cosby sex abuse trial

AP News Radio

01:34 min | 6 months ago

'Donkey Kong defense' arises at Bill Cosby sex abuse trial

"Could the title of a video game tilt the Bill Cosby sexual assault case in favor of the comedian The Twinkie defense the affluenza defense and now the donkey Kong defense is coming into play this time in the Bill Cosby sexual assault case and attorney for the comedian for us to key witness over her previous statements about which arcade game she was playing when she and plaintiff Judy hoth were in the Playboy mansion with Bill Cosby as teens in 1975 huff alleges that she and Donna samuelsson were playing video games in a large room with a bedroom next to it both in a 2014 police interview and a 2016 deposition Samuelson said she was playing donkey Kong Cosby's lawyers no donkey Kong did not come out until 1981 6 years later As to explain the discrepancy Samuelson answered I got the name wrong Samuelson and the jury was shown a photo of the game room that was taken in 2016 there of donkey Kong game could be seen and Samuelson was asked for the similar photos taken after 1975 could have affected her memory and testimony Samuelsson replied that she had not seen that image until the 2016 photo was shown to her in court during testimony last week Cosby's attorneys plan to argue to the jury that the discrepancy should undermine the case against the comedian Cosby's attorneys feel that if the jury believes samuelsson was lying about the title of the video game it would undercut her testimony that Cosby approached her from behind and put his hands on her shoulders and testimony from hoth that the comedian forced her to do a sex act on him A Moscow's Gabrielle

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The Explosive Collapse of #MeToo Just HEARD Around the World

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:57 min | 6 months ago

The Explosive Collapse of #MeToo Just HEARD Around the World

"So this person Amber Heard, again, I know very little about her except the fact that anyone who had tried to destroy somebody's life based on fake accusation that are so patently fake and false really deserves to be called out for this. And so Amber Heard was found liable for defaming Johnny Depp. And she pushed back against all these accusations in the last couple of days. And so this is really kind of the last gasp of the me too movement. The me too movement came out of the scene four or 5 years ago, which was basically trying to restructure societal norms and to try to destroy the patriarchy, kind of the alleged complaint that somehow women are being so incredibly oppressed by their male bosses and men are nothing but savage animals and believe all women regardless of the circumstances. Now, of course, the belief all women think didn't apply to Joe Biden and all of his accusations against him didn't apply to prominent Democrats, but it did take out a couple Al Franken and many others. They tried this with Brett Kavanaugh Brett Kavanaugh fought back and Brett Kavanaugh won. So Johnny Depp decided to sue Amber Heard and Amber Heard fought back in this trial of which I wasn't really following the details, but the long and short of it is this is that not only did Johnny Depp fight back against the accusations he fought back against all these corporations that were so quick to go take the psycho woman's side without ever actually finding whether or not finding out she was telling the truth. Like was she actually telling the truth and in fact, not only was she not telling the truth, she was complete and total fabricating the entire situation. So me too started with some legitimate complaints, Bill Cosby, Harvey Weinstein, and it transitioned into the demands of the hordes of social justice warrior angry women that believed they could destroy the lives of men, and they do not care about the repercussions and they do not care about the consequences. Now, just understand the standard to be able to prove defamation in an American court is an unbelievably high standard. In order to prove defamation, you have to be able to prove intent not the result in an American court, so to be able to convince a jury that you are defamed against and that someone intentionally had the intent to make things up against you is a very, very high standard. And Johnny Depp came with all the receipts and all the evidence from voice memo recordings to text messages to third party witnesses and now just some interesting backstory Amber Heard was also dating Elon Musk for quite some time. I'm just curious to see who is going to date Amber Heard next.

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Charlie Presents a Different Perspective on the Depp-Heard Trial

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:51 min | 6 months ago

Charlie Presents a Different Perspective on the Depp-Heard Trial

"The trial of Johnny Depp versus Amber Heard. I never heard of Amber Heard before. People said she's a big deal. I guess she was the one with the red hair in Aquaman. And she's a terrible actress, by the way. I found her very not compelling and kind of rehearsed. People say she's good-looking. Whatever, I guess so. Not really. Sure about that. She just comes across as a crazy person, which she is. And so they were Johnny Depp and her married. And again, there's some broader cultural stories here implications and kind of political impacts behind the story, which is why we're talking about it. So Johnny Depp and her were married, Johnny Depp, from Pirates of the Caribbean, also the secret window, which is a great movie, by the way. Johnny Depp is an objectively terrific actor. And again, I had no real interest in the story as this was progressing. It was someone I'd never heard of suing captain Jack sparrow is kind of weird. I didn't really understand the whole part of that. And so they go to trial and then all these people are like, yeah, she pooped in his bed. I'm like, why is this nationwide news? Sounds like two crazy people suing each other, but actually it's really interesting when you look into it. So you go a level deeper and yesterday was the verdict, so basically Johnny Depp was suing to defend himself. And you might not think the story applies to you, but it absolutely applies to you. It applies to you in the sense of, if you've ever been wrongly accused of anything, if you have a son or a grandson in your life and the world that you're putting them into, that this sort of a cultural battle is incredibly important because it sends a signal to future people that very well might be falsely accused. So Johnny Depp was accused by Amber Heard by for beating her and she said he beat me, he broke my nose and immediately Amber Heard the crazy person was believed. And there was a massive kind of cost that came from this. Where almost immediately, Johnny Depp was canceled by every major institution. Imaginable, including Disney, by the way, so Disney canceled Johnny Depp from Pirates of the Caribbean. And so Johnny Depp was kind of in career limbo. People were treating Johnny Depp like how Kevin Spacey was treated after all these accusations. And this bothered Johnny Depp and so he said, I'm going to have to fight back. I'm going to have to legally push back against it. So some people say, oh, Johnny Depp was too big to cancel. I have nothing to do actually with how big Johnny Depp was. I mean, they canceled Harvey Weinstein because he was a scumbag. And he is a scumbag. They canceled Bill Cosby because not exactly a good guy at all. They tried to cancel Johnny Depp, but the only reason why Johnny Depp is now victorious is not because of how popular Johnny Depp is or how popular Johnny Depp or how big of a following is, it's because Johnny Depp fought

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Distraught teen told of Cosby sex abuse, friend testifies

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

Distraught teen told of Cosby sex abuse, friend testifies

"The first day of testimony is done in the Bill Cosby sexual assault case in California I want to go I want to leave Those are the words of witnesses a 16 year old Judy huff told her minutes after a force sexual encounter with Bill Cosby at the Playboy mansion in the mid 1970s Donna Samuelson huff's best friend at the time was the first witness in the case in which hoth is suing Cosby for assault Samuelson who was just 17 said she wanted to spend the rest of the day at the famed celebrity playpen and was upset that her year younger friend wanted to leave until she told her Cosby had tried to have sex with her Samuelson shot two photos of Cosby and huffed together that day images shown constantly to the jury on day one of the trial A Moscow's Gabriel

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Cosby faces sex abuse allegations again as civil trial opens

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Cosby faces sex abuse allegations again as civil trial opens

"A new Bill Cosby's sexual assault case gets underway today Bill Cosby will be sitting this one out the aging comedian to remain at his home near Philadelphia while his attorneys duke it out with accuser Judy huff in a suburban Los Angeles courthouse huth claims Cosby took her to the Playboy mansion in 1975 and forced her to perform a sex act on him she says she was 16 at the time the case will hinge mainly on her memory of the incident along with photo and archive evidence her side will present to support her claim Cosby's attorneys do acknowledge Cosby took Hough to the Playboy mansion but they insist there was no sexual assault and that huff was not a minor I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Bill Cosby lawyers cry foul as civil sex assault trial looms

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Bill Cosby lawyers cry foul as civil sex assault trial looms

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Supreme Court Declines Appeal to Bill Cosby’s Overturned Sexual Assault Conviction

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 9 months ago

Supreme Court Declines Appeal to Bill Cosby’s Overturned Sexual Assault Conviction

"The U. S. supreme court's announced it will not hear prosecution request to put Bill Cosby back in jail the nation's highest court was asked by Pennsylvania prosecutors to reinstate a sexual assault conviction against comedian Bill Cosby who was freed from jail after the state Supreme Court threw out his conviction last year the eighty four year old Cosby was the first celebrity found guilty in the me too era convicted in twenty eighteen of drugging and molesting Andrea Constand years earlier Cosby spent nearly three years in prison before Pennsylvania's High Court ordered his release citing

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"cosby" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

05:45 min | 10 months ago

"cosby" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Matter. It doesn't make it and the girl with drinking and hello America. He's on Larry. I think there's a difference between we should have known back then that that joke was gross, and we should have known back then that it might be correlated. Because that's a different thing. Hindsight is 2020 for a reason, right? Like we can look back at these things. I think about how the things were so subtle that you might have had to have been one of his victims or had to have known one of the stories that had been told to be able to see these things through the lens of this barbecue sauce thing is not okay, or him taking women into the basement to be in his office, you know, feels a little murky, right? So I fully agree with you there. Jerry is there anything else you want to get to? I want to just say that what's really interesting about this conversation for me is I wouldn't even really have a whole lot of interest in this conversation of Bill Cosby wasn't black. I think that Bill Cosby's blackness and the way that he affected blackness, right? Is what really made this so uniquely difficult. And when I hear white people discuss it, I'm always a little bit cringey, right? Because it's like, all right now, tiptoe. Because at Travis said, well on our show, you can have a conversation about race without tiptoeing into racism or about a black person without being racist. I remember watching this and thinking like, how much him being black had to do with the way that I felt about it. And the way that I was responding to it and who I wanted to hear analysis from, that was something that was inescapable for me. We heard a lot of this stuff in 2005, okay? When Andrea constand first threatened to file a lawsuit against him and got 13 other women in lineup and say that they had also been drugged and raped by Bill Cosby. And it kind of vanished from our collective consciousness, like people don't even remember that, even though there was a lot of journalism about it. When the stories came up again later, people had kind of fallen out of love with him. The younger generations especially the Cosby show was a distant memory and they remembered what a cranky old guy he was with the pound cake speech and all that. And felt like he was dissing hip hop culture. And so there was a lot less love for Bill Cosby. I think even amongst black folks when this really emerged as opposed to when we first heard about it. And that made all the difference between him being able to weather the charges and his fault. I think truste McMillan cotton has a great quote where she's like, the pound cake speech, she's like, by then, Bill Cosby's audience is no longer us. Like, that is an audience for white people. And I think that's a good point. That's where it sort of started to disintegrate for him in the public imagination. Yeah, and I think that the generational point, because even on our show, Jared, when we talked about Bill Cosby, your connection to the Cosby show was a lot different than mine, and we're not even that far apart in age. Trevor likes to act like we're in different generations. Okay. I'm 36 in trouble is 30 and trevell what have you believe?.

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"cosby" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:36 min | 10 months ago

"cosby" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"I think this just does a really good job of really showing how just he infiltrated all of not everyone. But a lot of black people psyches and was able to that's partially why he was able to get away with it for so long. It's interesting. So I teach this class on race and media. And as part of it, I've been teaching the students about different kinds of bias and different ways we kind of fool ourselves. And there's this thing called moral licensing that's a psychological dynamic that is, you tell yourself because you're a good person and because you feel like you've done good things that it means that when you do other things that might be questionable, it kind of makes it a little more okay. And I feel like Bill Cosby is sort of like the ultimate expression of that, where he did so many sort of laudable and landmark and important things. That at some point that becomes a justification to do whatever. And of course, women have accused him of horrific things. And you get the sense that he is acting as if all this great stuff that he did sort of justifies these other sort of shadier sketchier things that he's done. We've seen that play out time and time again in the docuseries and then also in real life where he felt emboldened to have the critiques that he had of black America because he was giving all this money to spellman college. And we should also note the ways that other black people emboldened him as well. Because he was doctor Bill Cosby, mister huxtable, who had done all of these great things for people. I think one of the things that stuck out to me from the docu series is that as much as it is a conversation about Cosby, it's also a conversation about the sociopolitical sociocultural environment. That also allow Cosby to do it as well..

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"cosby" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

03:39 min | 10 months ago

"cosby" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"We need to talk about Cosby is W kamau bell's new showtime docuseries about who else, Bill Cosby. Belle seeks to better understand a man full of contradictions and complexities. He traces Cosby's remarkable career and legacy in how he became one of the biggest stars of the 20th century. He also traces the comedian's downfall. Over 60 women have accused Cosby of sexual assault. The docuseries amounts to a complicated and powerful exercise. I'm Aisha Harris, and on today's episode of NPR's.

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"cosby" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:21 min | 10 months ago

"cosby" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Or watch fat Albert or the Cosby show. And did you have to go back and watch that for the series? And if you are capable of enjoying it anymore and the way that you used to, and if you hear or see things different than you did, back when these things were first produced. So yes, I had to watch a lot of Cosby comedy and listen to a lot of Cosby comedy. So I took in a lot of Bill Cosby content to make this. And me and many of the producers would talk about you'd be listening to it because you were sort of trying to do sort of a search for more content for the series and suddenly you would start laughing at it. You would start enjoying it. And then you'd have this one be like, wait, what am I doing? Why am I doing this? I shouldn't be laughing at this. But it just becomes clear how complicated this is. So when I watch the clip from our third episode, the nighttime is the right time. And I see the huxtables all lip syncing and dancing. I can very much connect with the kid I was who saw that and thought that was a revolutionary fit, even though I wouldn't have described his revolutionary, it felt like I've never seen this before. This is amazing. But it doesn't mean I'm gonna now go show it to my daughters. I was wondering about that if you'd want your daughters to see the Cosby show. I mean, it's such a funny whenever I have these questions. There's two things about this one, all comedy dies on the vine because eventually it becomes not funny or doesn't make sense the way it used to. There are rare examples of this, but I just think that so whatever, if I show my daughters a clip from I love Lucy, I have to give it context about why it's black and white. But they can laugh at the vitamin Benjamin or they can laugh at the chocolate factory because I've given them the context which you see it. So there is a way in which I could see at some point in my life going, hey, watch this clip, not a whole episode probably because I wouldn't do that for many things from back in the day. But watch this clip, I really want you to see this for X, Y, and Z but then I'm gonna have to give you the frame through which because I don't want you to go out in the world and think you can just talk about this without an age appropriate frame around it..

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"cosby" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:29 min | 10 months ago

"cosby" Discussed on Fresh Air

"And but makes a deal with the prosecutor. Tell us what that deal was. So it's sort of sounds, it's too much to believe if it didn't happen, but it actually happened. So basically, the deal was Bill Cosby would be deposed, and he could say whatever he wanted to say and they would not use anything he said against him to prosecute him. So it basically gave him a get out of jail free card as a way to sort of help them figure out the Andrea consen civil case. So he apparently gave a deposition and there's things he said in that deposition about how he admits to supplying women with quaaludes for sex. And people read that many different ways. It's him saying I gave women drugs for sex that they wanted or I slipped drugs into women that they did not want. So that section is like, you can see where people are debating that. But the thing he says in that deposition that when it was unsealed that I didn't know about until I actually worked on this docu series was when he talks about his sexual relationship with Andrea constand after she's had the quaalude, he says something I enter the area between permission and rejection and I am not stopped. And when I first heard that and first read that, you sort of read it several times because you go, he's admitting the whole case right there. He's admitting 'cause there's no area between permission and rejection. It is just consent or not our lack of consent. And not saying no doesn't mean you're saying yes. The idea, and this is after she's drugged. And so for me, it was really important to include that in there to be like, he indicts himself in that moment, but he was, he did it because he was had to get out of jail free card. Well, because of how politics works, another person comes in with who has the same job and that person runs on the idea that if I get elected, I'm going to I'm going to prosecute Bill Cosby. And so then that guy comes in and he unseals the deposition, which Cosby had made a deal that you will keep the deposition sealed by using against me and he uses the deposition against him. Now it's like this it's about the legal system and what is justice and what is legal and what's the right thing to do and those things don't always agree with each other. So that's what leads Cosby to go into prison for three to ten years, but then now a new person comes in who gets elected and his deal is I'm gonna overturn the case, apparently. And also Bill Cosby is still a rich, powerful, important person. And so he can use that to get what he wants out of the justice system in a way that if he was just William Cosby from north Philly, they wouldn't be looking at this case this hard. And then.

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"cosby" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:35 min | 10 months ago

"cosby" Discussed on Fresh Air

"This is fresh air. I'm Terry gross, talking about Bill Cosby, is still a third rail conversation for black people. According to my guest, W kamau bell. He speaks from experience. He directed a four part documentary series called we need to talk about Cosby. That's now on showtime. The final episode is this Sunday. The series is about Cosby's importance in American culture, and the special place he held in black culture as a comic sitcom creator and star educator and philanthropist, and how through much of his career he was also a serial rapist. About 60 women have come forward, and there are still more women who are reluctant to come forward. The series examines Cosby as America's dad, his secret life of drugging and assaulting women, and how the two timelines coincided..

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Cosby asks Supreme Court not to revive sexual assault case

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 11 months ago

Cosby asks Supreme Court not to revive sexual assault case

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The Sundance Film Festival is back and online once more

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 11 months ago

The Sundance Film Festival is back and online once more

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Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet split after 16 years: 'The love between us carries on'

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet split after 16 years: 'The love between us carries on'

"The the storm storm aqua aqua man man and and his his wife wife say say their their marriages marriages under under water water Jason Jason Momoa Momoa and and Lisa Lisa Bonet Bonet are are pulling pulling the the plug plug on on their their relationship relationship they've they've been been together together sixteen sixteen years years just just over over four four of of them them as as a a married married couple couple they they have have issued issued a a joint joint statement statement on on my my mobile mobile is is Instagram Instagram page page saying saying they they are are going going their their separate separate ways ways the the statement statement says says the the couple couple like like many many people people have have quote quote felt felt the the squeeze squeeze and and changes changes of of these these transformational transformational times times mo mo is is forty forty two two bone bone A. A. is is fifty fifty four four they they have have a a son son and and daughter daughter together together but but they they rose rose to to fame fame as as one one of of the the daughters daughters in in the the Cosby Cosby show show and and on on the the spin spin off off a a different different world world she she was was also also married married to to rock rock star star Lenny Lenny Kravitz Kravitz I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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Pennsylvania DA Appeals Bill Cosby Ruling to U.S. Supreme Court

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Pennsylvania DA Appeals Bill Cosby Ruling to U.S. Supreme Court

"Prosecutors prosecutors in in Montgomery Montgomery County County Pennsylvania Pennsylvania petitioned petitioned the the US US Supreme Supreme Court Court to to review review a a state state Supreme Supreme Court Court ruling ruling overturned overturned Bill Bill Cosby Cosby sexual sexual assault assault conviction conviction Montgomery Montgomery County County Pennsylvania Pennsylvania district district attorney attorney Kevin Kevin Steele Steele petitions petitions the the U. U. S. S. Supreme Supreme Court Court challenging challenging a a state state Supreme Supreme Court Court decision decision which which overturned overturned bill bill Cosby's Cosby's conviction conviction based based on on a a two two thousand thousand five five press press release release written written by by a a predecessor predecessor without without any any knowledge knowledge of of his his staff staff or or fellow fellow attorneys attorneys in in his his office office at at release release promised promised a a now now deceased deceased defense defense attorney attorney that that Bill Bill Cosby Cosby would would not not be be prosecuted prosecuted later later Cosby Cosby admitted admitted during during a a civil civil deposition deposition to to giving giving drugs drugs and and alcohol alcohol to to a a number number of of young young women women before before sexual sexual encounters encounters Cosby's Cosby's twenty twenty eighteen eighteen conviction conviction of of drugging drugging and and molesting molesting college college sports sports administrator administrator Andrea Andrea Constand Constand in in two two thousand thousand four four was was overturned overturned by by the the state state Supreme Supreme Court Court he he was was freed freed from from prison prison last last summer summer Steele Steele argues argues the the decision decision would would set set a a dangerous dangerous precedent precedent out out press press releases releases being being treated treated as as immunity immunity agreements agreements despite despite

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 Artist sues newly freed Bill Cosby over 1990 hotel encounter

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Artist sues newly freed Bill Cosby over 1990 hotel encounter

"A prominent accuser is suing Bill Cosby Lili Bernard says she filed suit against Cosby before new Jersey's two year window to file older sexual assault claims expires she claims he raped her in nineteen ninety in an Atlantic city hotel room Bernard tells the AP she was prompted in part by bill Cosby's recent release from prison after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned his twenty eighteen sexual assault conviction on procedural grounds when the justice system fails survivors of sexual assault that

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Michael West as "Tree"   A Comedy Interview   Show #84 - burst 01

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

02:35 min | 1 year ago

Michael West as "Tree" A Comedy Interview Show #84 - burst 01

"But he's a big guy that has seen a block out the sun. He wore a black leather jacket. Like kind of like you'd picture from the biker movies and black leather chaps and and was kind of an intimidating figure. Well okay you were scary looking guy you would come on stage in everybody in the room would kind of lean back a little bit and what was so interesting was that you had this kind of scary big persona on stage but off stage. A lot of the staff commented on you being one of nicest guys they ever worked with and by the way. Thank you for that When i told several the old staff people that i was going to be interviewing you. They were not only a very excited. That we connected but wanted to share that you're one of their favourite people to work with because you were such a nice guy off state so there's that but then when i would go through the rules at the beginning of my set rule number one was always tip your server would. Yeah we reinforce. The course of the evening because i came from a background of like over thirty years in food and beverage the bartender by cook in my mom's restaurant when i was thirteen. So so food beverages my blood. We'll show you imagine this. Big intimidating guy Laid out in black leather coming out and pointing at the audience. And saying you will tip the waitresses. I learned. I learned to why you say the word server servers. Well there you go but still. It was a great way to start off your set. So let's let's back up a little bit. Because i know what Working with you how. That was it laughs but Share with the audience. How did you kind of fall into. Stand up comedy. It's something that i had. Since i was a kid and i'm probably dating myself but growing up watching the old ed sullivan show and shows variety shows I always loved the when the comedian came again. You like checking green myron cohen You know the old borscht belt comics the first ones and then Involved into you know cosby carlin's Which she prior. Before he turned into richard pryor notice when people were watching. You know family watching it. Everybody was laughing and so everybody was in a good mood. And i always liked

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AJ Sounds off on the Emmys

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:33 min | 1 year ago

AJ Sounds off on the Emmys

"Let's talk about what really matters. It took two hours, guys, for a person of color to be recognized. Listen, it's a two hours before RuPaul and his RuPaul's Drag Race team won for outstanding competition program and with the win RuPaul broke the record for the most Emmy wins by a person of color. How did we survive as a society since it took two fucking hours for a black person to win a goddamn award? How did you get through it? Two hours before a black actor gonna need attention? Fuck COVID, fuck Afghanistan, fuck any stop thinking about anything. Michael, I'm sorry, Michaela Cole was nominated for forest statuettes. She was honored after her after for outstanding rain for a limited series for HBO's I may destroy you. I know you haven't seen that. None of us have seen it. But she became the first black woman to win in that category and then you could actually feel that your bones guys all was right in the world. And then Hamilton won. I mean, how many fucking years has Hamilton been banging around? Hamilton won for pre recorded special. Debbie Allen was the recipient of the 2021 governor's award. And during her acceptance speech, she talked about sexism that she faced in the industry while on her journey to becoming a celebrated producer director after dancer and choreographer who helps lift up others from their community and I said to myself, she forgot to mention she fucked Bill Cosby. I'm trying not to cry. He said, I'm trying not to cry and be equal to the situation because if in many years in the making, it takes a lot of courage to be the only woman in the room most of the time. A lot of the courage and creativity and fighting faith to believe that I could keep going. And I have had a whole lot of people shut the fuck up. You've been around for 30 goddamn years. Why the fuck are you acting like it's been so goddamn long and maudlin and sad? You've been a celebrated multi-million air actress dancer choreographer, whatever the fuck since the 80s shut the fuck up.

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"cosby" Discussed on Chasing Cosby

Chasing Cosby

14:43 min | 1 year ago

"cosby" Discussed on Chasing Cosby

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"cosby" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"cosby" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"There are no assigned seats on a southwest airlines flight. That means your net seat mate could be chest about anyone. Hi i'm quentin jenkins i league community outreach. At southwest airlines and welcome to is this seat. Open on this podcast. We'll hear twenty stories from south west history from people like chief marketing officer ryan green. Leave it to southwest airlines to save the company by offered a bunch of free booze. Managing director of culture and engagement whitney ike inger. All of it coming together was probably the greatest piece of humor. I've ever seen it southwest and retired vice president of cargo and charter matt. Luckily i look back on it. I get goosebumps. So sit back. Relax and enjoy stories of south west fifty years of flying. Because you never know who. You'll meet the next time you hear. Is this seat open. Nicky what happened with under constant is similar to other stories. That cosby accusers. Have shared with you. The taking of the pills victims feel woozy and then an alleged sexual assault. That's a story that dozens of women have told again and again cosby by the way has always maintained. Any such encounters were consensual. There's there's so many things when you talk about enablers. There were a lot of places these hotels and restaurants and things like that where somebody was procuring. The drug for him because they were the ones who would bring it to the table and they had to have known that this wasn't just a drink totally you know and the other pattern was as i said he would go to their agents and he would say i want a mentor. Xyz that's even what happened with janice dickinson the supermodel. Yeah and he agrees to meet with her and it is just in any drugged and sexually assaulted her and she wanted to put that in her. Two thousand two memoir but judith. Regan testified about this at the second trial. They made her take it out. Because it's dude said dude. Of of course being a famous publisher. Yes cosby was known as being very litigious in the publishing industry and while you would win a lawsuit like that you'd spend millions defending it and so they made her take it out. We have to acknowledge that many accusers couldn't file criminal charges against cosby either. The police departments didn't believe the district attorney's office says and also statute of limitations. What are some of the stories of the women who did try to pursue charges. If you that did at the time they were terrified of him first of all you have to understand like the the victims he chose were not wealthy and powerful i can. He preyed on young naive women who didn't have the resources to fight this. And who didn't have the credibility if they went to the police and said america's dad did this to me. That was one of the things that was so hard for them to go to the police in the first place. And then look what happened andrea constand. She only waited year when she did. All of this happens in two thousand and five and almost as quickly forgotten then about a decade later in two thousand fourteen. Something happened that made even more women start to go public about cosby. They started right op-eds. They went on television. There was a renewed momentum and a push for justice. Yes it was like almost perfect storm. If things that happened in september two thousand fourteen mark whitaker had a new bio of cosby out called cosby. And 'cause we had cooperated with it and it was climbing the bestseller charts. But of course there wasn't one mention of the sexual assaults in that book Cosby headed comedy special. That was coming on. He was about to start a comedy tour. So that happened in hannibal burruss. This young comedian goes into philly to perform at a club there and he just doesn't did a routine he'd been doing off and on for several months and in it where he calls bill cosby a rapist and he says if you don't believe me go home and google it and what happened is the philly mag reporter was in the audience and obviously his ears perked up and he heard bill cosby and he knows bill cosby had always had this contentious relationship with young comics because he was always telling them not to swear so he just starts filling with his iphone and then the next day in philly maggie puts it online at the end of the day with short story on there and over the next few days it just exploded went viral and gawker picked it up and just a bunch of the online news organizations had sprung up and it went crazy and social media and that was the big difference between two thousand fourteen in two thousand five as far as why this case exploded there was social media in two thousand fourteen. There wasn't any in two thousand five so cosby was very good at controlling the media and he but he could not control social media and this thing just kept building and building and before too long the mainstream media was forced to cover it too. Because the new accusers start coming forward and as this is happening the statute of limitations about to expire on on your constanze case so in late. Two thousand fifteen and you pennsylvania. The files criminal charges against cosby. There's a trial. The first one ends in a mistrial but then a second one followed and all of this is happening as metoo movement starting to rise. How did me to play a role in the downfall of cosby. I think the need to move at mainly affected the public's perception of these cases just in the sense that if there's one accuser there's usually more when it's powerful person like this especially when one comes forward than another and another and other and it snowballs so i think it actually made people more likely to understand these cases and why women waited many sexual assault victims. Never go to the police and when they do. It's usually delayed. It's the most underreported violent crime. And that's that's what i think. The big difference because all the jurors were screened about the me too movement and whether or not what they knew about it and they if anyone express strong opinions either way they were dismissed. They were not allowed to sit on the jury in two thousand. Eighteen cosby was convicted on three felony counts of aggravated indecent assault against andrea constand. In two thousand and four now in two thousand twenty one it was all overturned the pennsylvania. Supreme court said cosby cannot be retried on the same charges so nicky even today cosby has supporters. Who believe he's innocent. This includes felicia rashad who played his. Tv wife claire huxtable on the cosby show and is now adina howard university in dc. How powerful men like cosby. Who have long been accused of sexual misconduct. How do they keep their support for so long. Look what happens to you when you do go up against bill cosby cosby. Could control everybody around the in. It's just the power that they have is really unbelievable and even with the media because you know his agency also represents other celebrities. So if you don't behave and ask the questions they want you to ask a hand then. You don't get access to all the other celebrities that this agency has. And like i said and then there were modeling agencies.

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"cosby" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"cosby" Discussed on Here & Now

"The decision negates the fact that a jury of his peers convicted him and the many many people who came forward bravely with a lot of risk to themselves. That's on my mind and heart in these days. Because i know they are so rightly disappointed in the way the system failed them. It does call into question how difficult it is to get a conviction in these kind of cases of rape and sexual assault in that. Bill cosby had fifty or more accusers. And it still. He still ended up getting convicted. But then again is is conviction was overturned. So what does that tell you about what needs to happen next. Well i have to say that. The pennsylvania supreme court decision was really and highly unusual one. Because here there wasn't actually a written agreement you know and so it. I'm not sure that you will see a broad application of this. Bill cosby rule in a lot of other cases. It really read like a decision that might apply to bill cosby and only bill cosby and and and that brings up. A range of of power considerations. Part of the problem is the prosecutor didn't initially believe the women who came forward and and then not being believed not taking the concerns in claim seriously is part of why it's hard to get a conviction in the first place in most sexual assault isn't ever reported at all but for those who do come forward and do report. They face people all along the way who disbelieved them who disrespect them who disregard them and we have to look at this as a giant example of that that has huge consequences not just for the individuals in the cosby case but for the many people who are wondering whether they too should come forward and well the next question then would have to be a for those people who are wondering whether they should come forward or not. How concerned are you that this will have a chilling effect. It's my hope that the opposite will happen. That it will be a galvanizing moment for survivors and that it will be a giant wakeup call for prosecutor offices around the country around the steps that they have taken over the last several years and whether or not they are meeting this moment to meet this moment we actually have to have spaces where survivors can get. Justice can get accountability. That feels real to them. And and what's in place right now isn't working. It's not serving survivors. Well fatima goss graves president and.

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"cosby" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"cosby" Discussed on Here & Now

"Our how much we are on guard against this various definitely in a win and member emergency physician and professor of public health at george washington university comedian. Bill cosby plans to return to work. That's what his spokesman said last week as cosby left the prison where he'd served three years for drugging and sexually assaulting andrea constand. a woman. He had mentored lisa lot. Lulin is one of more than fifty other women who accused cosby of sexual assault. She joins us from las vegas where she's a teacher. Lisa lot welcome to here. Now thank you so much for having me. Celeste appreciate the opportunity. How did you find out that cosby was going free. Oh boy Many times now. I've been at work with students when i found out about situations with cosby and it happened again this time. My response was are you are you. Are you kidding with me as it is. He actually getting out or are they talking about him. Getting out and i was blown away. There was no nothing to prepare me for this. There was no lead up to it and it was just a surprising for me as i'm sure it was for everyone else. I wonder what effect you think. This might have on other women who have to make the difficult decision. You did whether to come forward and testify whether to come forward and make police reports. How do you think this might affect their decisions. Oh this is going to be a huge impact. Negatively towards women men children. Who feel that. They're going to be heard and that their perpetrators gonna you know be held accountable for their actions. That's always been the scariest part for victims to rehash put all their information out in the open. It's devastating absolutely devastating and then on top of it. It's that the celebrities going to go free so if it's someone of stature or power or you know influence in some other ways you know. They feel like they're totally left alone. You said before that the only thing you wanted from bill cosby were and i'm quoting you hear an apology. Responsibility for his actions. Some remorse have you seen that absolutely not. He's still does. Not even. I mean he's walking out of jail throw in his hand up saying i'm innocent i'm innocent. I always said i was innocent. You were never exonerated from you. Know being guilty you just happen to get out of jail because you tweak the system. I would sit and i would say please. Just let him stay in jail as close to three years as possible because at three years he would have been available to do parole. And i think honestly that his punishment and his consequences or as gonna start showing up now because now that he's out of jail he's gonna have to start facing the public in the ridicule and it's already happening the situation with felicia rashad and howard university. That is just boiling in boiling and boiling and boiling over. Let me just remind listeners. What you're talking about. Felicia research shod who starred with bill cosby and the cosby show. As his wife tweeted the following after his release finally with a number of exclamation points a terrible wrong as being righted. A miscarriage of justice is corrected. That's the end of her tweet. She later after a great deal of pushback and criticism. Put out of a clarification saying that. She supports survivors coming forward. And as you say she's a dean at howard university and they put out a statement as well supporting survivors. That come forward. What do you make of this sort of pushback and debate. That's happening in real time out in public because bill cosby is so well known and so famous. These discussions and debates are happening in the headlines. Well because i think that going through the trial with him and how it it it piggybacked on the me too movement. This was setting a precedent that there has got to be a change. You know we want to change rape culture. We want to change the the system for for Prosecuting perpetrators we wanna make victims. Feel that they are safe and that they have a reliable place where they can come in and talk about what's happened to them and that there will be some sort of recourse for someone harming them. So i i wonder how you are grappling with all of this. Not only what happened with felicia rashad and her walk back. Not only with cosby's release but how do you view this at this point. It must have taken so much to decide to come forward to decide to testify And and now knowing that he served two years only. What do you make of this. Is it progress. I think it's absolutely progress. Because again everything that was done in the court system to find him guilty he was guilty. They did everything right. If sixty five women are accusing you of rape. Why is there a statute of limitations. In general this is a crime against a human being their body. They're sold their mind. It absolutely destroys their life and changes the pattern and pathways that this person is going to take forever. Lisa lot lube. Lynn is one of more than fifty women who accused bill cosby of sexual assault. Lisa thank you so much for continuing to speak up. Thank you celeste. I appreciate it to bill. Cosby's conviction has been overturned and we're left with a lot of legal questions for team. Agus graves is president and ceo of the national women's law center. She's also a co founder of the times up legal defense fund so fatina. This conviction was pointed to as more than just one case it was a symbol that even with the defendant as as wealthy and famous as bill cosby. You could get a conviction. What does it mean. Now that that's been overturned. Well it's important to remember that ed's me to over the last few years has really taken off. It's never been about just one powerful person. It's really been about the power of survivors to change our culture and to change the ways that our laws work in practice. And so i think the cosby case and even Bill cosby's release really has revealed the many many flaws in our criminal justice system. And i have a lot of that survivors will take up that mantle to now bill cosby claims. He is innocent. Is that what the court decided super important that everyone is reminded that this decision that freed him did not address. Innocence at all. It was really a legal issue about a promise that prosecutor may or may not have made to him in two thousand five and so nothing about the decision negates the fact that that bill cosby himself admitted in a deposition that he drugged women..

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"cosby" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

Court TV Podcast

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"cosby" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

"Okay so was justice served. Our bill cosby is free. His conviction overturned by the supreme court of pennsylvania. My answer is no and and and it's no on several different levels and and interesting different levels as well and it's like on across the board. Justice is not served. And i say this because i equate justice with the truth right and at truth and accountability. So in this case what is the truth right. Well the the original the jury found him guilty. Found the truth right. They listened to the testimony. They believed the accuser. They believe the other evidence and they came to a verdict. So at that point. You've got your truth. The jury speaks the truth at the end of the case. But now this case has been taken out of their hands. We're no longer talking about a jury decision. Despite the fact that they made a decision that they made a judgment based upon credibility in evidence and burdens of proof and everything else. They did everything a jury supposed to do. And and came to that conclusion. That bill cosby sexually assaulted andrea constand. And then our system took over from there with the punishment an accountability that comes with that but that judgment has been vacated so so we don't have the jury speaking so while we know what they said. We don't know what has been found here and no one is being held responsible for conduct. Okay so you can't have justice. Under those circumstances now there's another reason and it's a very different reason but it's like you flip the coin over right you flip it over and you say well according to the supreme court of pennsylvania. They're never should have been a trial. This man never should have been tried. This man never should have been convicted. There was a violation of his constitutional rights. And that's real. That's absolutely real. We can't compromise that we can't bend the constitution. No we follow it. We follow the constitution. That is it that is our system of justice. that's the entire basis is in that document. So you'll look at this from the other side in our system of justice. We don't want people who were illegally. Convicted should not have been tried should not have been convicted. We don't want them serving time behind bars. So you look at it from the one end of from the accuser victim in the case andrea constand. There's no justice you look at it. From bill cosby's perspective. There is no justice so this is one of those very unusual cases where both sides just leave with a bad taste with a bad bad taste and in and you think about what happened here. What a mess that was created and how justice was not served. It wasn't served for the victim it wasn't served for the defendant and ultimately is not served for the public nice because mistakes were made big time. Mistakes were made now. The key though to looking at this with a little bit of a half full perspective is that the supreme court made the ruling that they made okay. And i'm not saying that. I believe bill cosby is innocent. I'm not saying. I believe bill cosby should be a free man. I'm not saying that. What andrea constand said was not true but what i'm saying is the case went through the rigor of our judicial system and applying all of the constitutional standards to it and then a judgment was made by the supreme court and to be fair. I look at it. It's it's the right call because there was this agreement now should the agreement have been made no there should have been a different way to handle all of it but at the end of the day an agreement was made it was relied upon. It was fundamentally unfair. I agree with all that language. Should the remedy have been what it was to bar any future prosecution. Not necessarily. I can disagree on that. But the conviction overturned tossed vacated discharged. Yes that had to happen. So in that sense you have a little bit of justice in that we know that when these cases end up in court that they will go through the process and the process will be true to our constitutional standards. We're not going to bend the constitution because we believe that someone is listen. They didn't follow the constitution. But i really think he's guilty so we gotta do. We gotta do here. No we want we want justices and judges to make rulings based on the law and apply the facts to the law and come to the same conclusion regardless of any other potential pressures. That are out there so if you want to look at it half full i if you believe justice was not served by this being overturned. He did serve time behind bars so he did do more than two years in prison and was becoming eligible for parole. So that being said this is an ugly case. It's an aberration. And i don't think it will serve as much of a precedent for anything because i don't think they'll ever be another case quite like this one anyway folks. Thank you so much for listening to this special edition of the court. Tv podcast we do it every week. In the meantime you can watch court tv every day. We are a television network. If you have a digital antenna re scan it so you can find our signal. Check out our show notes here. It's a lots of links to interesting articles and videos and clips all related to everything we talk about on the podcast. Thanks so much for listening on vinnie politics as always have a great week. And don't forget to how the kids this podcast is a production of court. Tv could court tv dot com for more content trials on demand and to find out how to watch court tv in your area..

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"cosby" Discussed on More Content Talk

More Content Talk

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"cosby" Discussed on More Content Talk

"Black man was let jail folks. That's right you heard it you using it everywhere the infamous and Subsequently not so famous bill cosby released from prison. Non technicality This was expected by most people. Paying attention to the case. Game is a surprise to me. Initially because i hadn't really paid attention to the case in great detail to me. It was just like okay. Is another celebrity. Pervert ushered off to jail But looking into it Apparently there was some kind of agreement between cosby and the prosecutor.

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"cosby" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

The Gerry Callahan Podcast

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"cosby" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

"That's covered documentary. he's not just a rapist. That's bad enough. But he's a sick. Twist deviant who wanted them zonked out. He wanted them immobilized. I mean it's like is the fun of sax to the other party is into it is like enjoying up. I mean except for. Brian stelter is wife. I would assume everybody else out there. Like he's having a good time. Well i guess this is explain like necrophilia. You know the there are people are sickos out there. That want their victims dead. He wanted them out cold and then he would have his way with them. And when the wake up again he'd just be relaxing like just had consensual sex. He's the worst kind of deviant the worst kind of monster and we got you know people celebrating the fact that he's free. I think the set. The kind of pathetic thing was people in his team on his team like pretending he's innocent. We've got past that. How do you pretend he's innocent. How can you do that when the the case the case fell apart. Or the the overturn. The spring court's decision was based on the fact that he confessed he confessed and the reason he confessed. As the prosecutor allegedly told him he wouldn't be criminally prosecuted if he would confess in the civil case. So that's what he did he confessed. So how can you. whether you're phyllis rashad or your andrew wider. Is you know this pathetic wife. How can you sit there and say this is a great of an injustice was right in or overturned and an innocent man is free when he already admitted he's not innocent. It just seems like if one time a criminal was going to get out of prison with his head held down and just go away. This unia right cosby jail like proclaiming his innocence. I wasn't he defiant towards the judge to when he was sentenced yes and he could have gotten. I was just reading about this. He was. I think he was denied. Parole was denied early release or whatever because because he won't admit it he wouldn't go to therapy wouldn't go to sex therapy in prison. Which to me you know. what else are you doing. you're in prison. Do whatever the takes to sex therapy but if you don't mind is what was billed doing present. What do you think is day was like. That's a good question. He was according to his lawyer. And we could play some of the lawyers. The couple lawyers spokespeople who were talking to the media building say much built said whatever these. He stuck to a story but I they were saying he was a mentor to the young prisoners. He told them just how to mix the. You know the the quail loose in with the cosmo but can we now tyler. Perry look at this guy. This is the guy i mean. Imagine imagine sitting there holding his arm talking about innocent. He is when you know. What does that shirt. he's where i was just thinking. That was getting out of prison central. Hand-me-downs here's what he's always done. He always warned. he warned. You umass shirts a lot. Which deputy we're temple shirts t. shirts and that was his thing. Maybe you know. That's why prayed on the basketball. She was a trainer right. The basketball coach she trainer. He's got nine million victims but Can we listen can she's Gloria aldred is representing thirty three victims. Thirty three of his sixty victims of being represented by gloria allred. I mean he's gonna pay a lot if he hasn't already which is good because he offered you know to like pay the tuition of some of his victims and pay them pay their travel expenses before he drug them and rape them so he didn't. He wasn't cheap when he was destroying the lives of young women. But can we hear craig here some of From team cosby yesterday refused to put him on a communist this in sixty along with so many other great names like gregory jane funded. How could a man who being watched by the fbi every day be raping and drugging women in his face. Lack me today with the help of these wonderful attorneys. that's.

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"cosby" Discussed on What A Day

What A Day

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"cosby" Discussed on What A Day

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"cosby" Discussed on What A Day

What A Day

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"cosby" Discussed on What A Day

"On today's show the infamous legacy of the late donald rumsfeld. Plus we'll have headlines but first the latest and it's a doozy in a stunning reversal yesterday. Pennsylvania's supreme court ruled that disgraced actor. Bill cosby should be free. This is a headline that really took almost everyone by surprise but he walked out of prison after serving. Almost three years of max ten year sentence for being convicted of three counts of sexual assault. Now i want to clarify that. This reversal is happening over a technicality. And that yesterday's news does not call into question. The actions that cosby has been in prison for yeah Super devastating and i. I haven't fully processed quite frankly but the reasons why he was released are pretty crazy and it has a lot to do with the lawyer who defended donald trump during the former president. Second impeachment trial. We're talking about that a lot this week on the show but cleo walk us through all that right. His name is bruce castor and during the impeachment trial he stood out at the time for some just very odd behavior in presentation. Let's jog your memory. With some of his best lines. I saw a headline representative so and so seeks to walk back comments about. I forget what it was something that bothered her. The floodgates will open so it was going to say originally it will release the whirlwind but i subsequently learned since i got here that that particular phrase has already been taken so i figured i better change it to floodgates. Oh my god. It's like the bumbling idiot layer from thirty rock. Like what are you talking about. I to this day i have no idea right. So we'll let you draw your own conclusions there but now connect caster to the cosby trial so back in two thousand five. Castor was a district attorney in pennsylvania when a woman affiliated with temple university where bill cosby was on the board at the time. She accused cosby of sexually assaulting her now at the time and keep in mind. This is twelve years before me to hit the mainstream caster. Didn't think there was enough credibility for a criminal case so when the woman filed a civil case against cosby caster told cosby. Whatever he said in the civil case would not be held against him and he was safe from criminal prosecution now. Fast forward a decade later caster is out of office and his successor. A man named kevin steele did believe cosby should have been criminally prosecuted so steel as the new. Da files charges and cosby was convicted there. Since then cosby's lawyers have been fighting this conviction and eventually took it to the state's highest court and that's where we were yesterday right. So those justices ruled that. Bruce casters earlier verbal agreement with cosby was a binding one and should not have been ignored so they overturned the conviction okay. So this is the stupidest thing i've ever heard so a man who was the d. a. Made a promise to a man who he didn't even believe was innocent about you know. Just not prosecuting him in the future. Mean can he be retried at all. no i. There are no silver linings to this news. So the justices were clear. That cosby should not have faced a trial in the first place because of that promise and barred any future case against him with those same charges but this ruling does not mean cosby is innocent of what he was convicted of. Yeah obviously not you know Just horrible and horrible to his victims. i mean what's been the reaction out there to all this cleo because you literally wrote the book on modern manhood you know when you have sixty women coming forward against a single person like cosby. The chorus is deafening. Right and i think the fear for so many of us would be. What message does this send to sexual assault survivors who already faced so much backlash when they come forward and with such low conviction rates to begin with but the one thing that is true about cosby about harvey weinstein and about people in our everyday lives. Akilah right is that rumors swirl around about bad behavior. All the missus called a whisper network and whisper. Networks are like icebergs so by the time. You're hearing what you're hearing. You're just getting the tip. And what i hope. The last several years of tatas is that not one of us can look away or you know. Stay out of it. We really all need to speak up turning to another top story akilah. This one made a lot of headlines yesterday as well. Yeah no one said it was going to be a slow news day. If they had they would have been wrong so yesterday. A conservative who is responsible for hundreds of thousands of deaths in two senseless wars because of another big lie. The gop sold america. Donald rumsfeld bit the dust on tuesday at the two old age of eighty eight. The cause of death was the blood on his hands from the wars in iraq and afghanistan. I mean myeloma my bet. It's a type of cancer. Damn akilah i would not wanna meet you at the pearly gates. If i were running where he won't be he won't be at the. You will not be there but listen. These wars have been going on the majority of both of our lives and their ns thankfully on the horizon. But can you walk us down the memory lane of his legacy for sure so donald rumsfeld was a hard are republican. Who counseled notable crook richard nixon and he was a special envoy to the middle east for ronald reagan and back then he was best friends with saddam hussein but it was under george w bush defense secretary rumsfeld famously claim that iraq had weapons of mass destruction in the year following the nine eleven terrorist attacks in because of that lie and his lack of a plan to ever in that war and his recommendations for literal war crimes and cruelty by way of torture at guantanamo bay. We are still paying for that war in the actual human costs will never be recovered. Two thousand six with pressure mounting on george w bush to fire him rumsfeld resigned. I here he is back on that day. If recalls to mind the statement by winston churchill something to the effect that i have benefited greatly from criticism and at no time have i suffered a lack thereof great while even in his death he can just expect more from me like number the confidence of wealthy white man. My god yeah. It's pretty pretty horrific And you know he did get spanked a lot earlier that same year. The supreme court ruled the. Us actually had violated the geneva convention because of the treatment of detainees at guantanamo at the behest of donald rumsfeld. But does that sound like justice. You know frankly. That sounds like early retirement to me. Yeah absolutely so. The timing of rumsfeld's death is interesting to write this week. The us is set to complete. Its withdrawal of troops from afghanistan right. Although thousand troops could potentially remain to assist insecure in the us embassy in kabul and the airport. But this quiet end of our presence there is bittersweet because our allies are returning home after fighting a war that had no resolution in over those past several decades in afghanistan. Over twenty three hundred. Us soldiers have died. Upwards of forty three thousand afghan civilians were killed in america spent trillions of dollars all for the so called war that rumsfeld helped to orchestrate with that money we could have spent it on things like cova vaccines for every single person on the planet. And we're talking about you. Know an into poverty. Childhood hunger clean all the water in this country actual infrastructure prioritization and thus more jobs throughout the economic recession of the early odds arise in wages. That could match the inflation rate. Climate change mitigation. the list. goes on and fucking on. So when i say good rinse i'm saying that with the are we'll keep you up to date.

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"cosby" Discussed on GSMC Entertainment Podcast

GSMC Entertainment Podcast

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"cosby" Discussed on GSMC Entertainment Podcast

"November sixteenth. Two thousand fourteen a new accuser. Joan tarsus told cnn that cosby Drugged and assaulted her onto occasion in night occasioned nineteen. Sixty-nine two thousand fourteen. Linda joy traits of former waitress at a restaurant owned in part by cosby wrote along facebook. Post accusing him of trying to drug her. In the early seventies november eighteenth twenty fourteen janice dickinson told entertainment tonight that he drugged and raped her in nineteen. Eighty two Yes so who is. Just keep going november twentieth. Two thousand fourteen theresa S i'll say don't wanna butcher her name everyone's name i swear has always something crazy Comes forward as these seventh woman to accuse cosby of sexual assault saying that. He drugged and assaulted her in. Nineteen seventy six. His attorneys dismiss her and others accusations accusations as decades old discredited accounts november twenty first twenty. Fourteen more women come forward including carlyle for rig. No the wife and manager of the incredible hulk actor liu rig no who says cosby attacked her when she was a teenager A nurse tells. Abc's twenty twenty that cosby drugged and raped her in. Nineteen seventy six when she was nineteen. I'm november twenty third two thousand fourteen former nbc employee. Frank scotty tells the new york daily news that he paid off eight women on cosby behalf. Cosby's behalf sending thousands of dollars in many orders to the women to keep them quiet november. Twenty six twenty. Fourteen cosby resigns as honorary co chair of the university of massachusetts at amherst capital campaign november thirtieth twenty fourteen in a first person essay vanity fair model beverly johnson accuses cosby of drugging her in the mid nineteen eighties but says she doesn't believe she was raped. She later tells on. Nbc news quote. I knew that i was in danger. I knew that this was not a recreational drug. Any kind i was really afraid was afraid for my life december. First two thousand. Fourteen cosby resigned from temple. University's board of trustees december third two thousand. Fourteen cosby breaks his silence on twitter. To think whoopi goldberg and singer. Jill scott for their support. Both women have since publicly backed off from their support. Good call December second twenty fourteen. Judy huth filed a civil lawsuit against cosby alleging that he forced her to perform a sex act in nineteen seventy four at the playboy mansion. When she was fifteen he fires back with the lawsuit saying she has the lying and trying to extort him december thirteenth twenty. Fourteen cosby tells the new york post reporter stacey brown that he expects the black media to uphold the standards of excellence in journalism and stay neutral he also says his wife camille cosby standing by him december. Fifteenth two thousand. Fourteen camille cosby speaks out. For the first time saying quote the man i met and fell in love with and whom i continued to love is the man you all knew through his work A different man has been portrayed in the media over the last two months. It is portrait of a man. I do not know december sixteenth. Two thousand fourteen. The los angeles district attorney's office declined to charge. Bill cosby in response to the judy. Youth allegations stating the statute of limitations. Cosby's daughter. evan cosby gives a statement to access. Hollywood writing quote. He is the father. You thought you knew the cosby show was my today's tv reality. Show thank you. That is all. I.

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"cosby" Discussed on Chasing Cosby

Chasing Cosby

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"cosby" Discussed on Chasing Cosby

"And there. She's there with paul and a couple of different people. And my kim come get your dog and so like why i said because it's pooping over place again. Like feeding the cat. This isn't code. The meal says the dog really was pooping all over his house and he was sick of it. Anyway let's get back to sedona lounge. Emeals confronting him. I said by the way. Why don't you tell them about your herpes. Something that just. I was just angry and it was just a joke. I don't know what went through my head at that point. But that's what. I said not a nice thing on a meals part and also not true but still not long after that emil meal and kim got back together. Strange i know but that's just the kind of relationship kim had then shortly after they got back together. Emilian camera out to dinner at a high end restaurant in las vegas call vintner grill. That's where they say they ran into. Paul pata is a classy yes. He's wearing a suit. I was wearing a suit on. Everyone's dressed. nice. It's a classy restaurant. It's not a cheap restaurant. Okay and let me be clear here what happens. Next is disputed separately. A meal and kim have told me the same story but paul is told me through his lawyer that while he did know him. What you're about to hear it isn't true. Me and kim are sitting at the bar. And then all of a sudden i turn around and i see paul pattern next to me. And he was really angry and irate. He was like shaking and he was. He ordered a drink and he was slamming his dollar bills down on the on the thing. And i'm like what's up with this guy and he's right to my right and kim has over to my left and then i turn out and say kim now. The guy went on to us today ceo. Yeah it's obviously very intoxicated. And he came up to a meal. And i and he started a kind of pointing his finger into meals. Just and he's like. Hey like whatever i can't remember you know just anti ising. And he said. I thought your woman and she loved it again. According to paul this alleged encounter didn't happen and paul says he was never involved in any sort of love triangle involving a meal. And kim in fact paul says he was a victim of a meal. But it's all sort of petty right. Just a pissing contest between a couple of alpha males. Well here's the thing. The situation start spiraling down into a bizarre web events and deceit because a very powerful man a guy with connections depaul patta suddenly takes a keen interest a meal and not just an in a meal. He takes an interest. Anyone emil knows..

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