The former Temple University employee describes how the aging comedian allegedly assaulted her more than 10 years ago.
Barbara Bowman says she is “certain” Bill Cosby drugged and raped her when she was a teenaged actor in the 1980s.
A Comprehensive look at how the Corporate Controlled Mainstream Media in America is attempting to erase the history, accomplishments and accolades of Bill Cosby. With the Recent Arrest of Bill Cosby related to the alleged drugging and raping of Temple University Employee Andrea Constand, the first alleged victim out of 50+ that has allowed the prosecutors in the state where the alleged crimes take place attempt to prosecute Mr. Cosby. There are numerous articles and reports circulating that clearly show contradictions with the story of many of his accusers. this video does not seek to debunk, nor debate any of the contradictions in the story of the accusers. We simply want to illustrate how these allegations have rewritten the History of Bill Cosby. Bill Cosby has a rich history of being an advocate for people of color, even though his approach may have been wrong thinking that he could assimilate into the White corporate power Structure may have been wrong. What We are witnessing is an injustice where A Man who has been an Icon in the eyes of America for over 5 decades is seeing the very fabric of who he is and what he represented being taken away from him at the Blink of an Eye. What role does the Corporate Controlled mainstream media play in this battle? How do they influence the publics opinion?
With Bill Cosby facing criminal sexual-assault charges in Montgomery County, PA, former District Attorney Bruce Castor ’s 2005 verbal agreement to allow Cosby to avoid prosecution in regards to accuser Andrea Constand comes under fire. “Affluenza teen” Ethan Couch’s punishment has thrown the debate over juvenile justice back into the media spotlight. Criminal defense attorney Mike Cavalluzzi details our right to closure from double jeopardy to our constitutional right to a speedy trial, as well as, the dangers of profiling teenage girl accusers in this episode of Crime Time hosted by Allison Hope Weiner. GUEST BIO: Michael "Mike" Cavalluzzi is one of the best criminal defense attorneys in Los Angeles County. He has been described by judges and prosecutors as aggressive, uncompromising, and relentless in his pursuit of justice for his clients. Having defended clients in courts throughout Los Angeles, Ventura, and Orange Counties, Mike Cavalluzzi has cemented a reputation as a top trial attorney. Michael Cavalluzzi began his legal career in 1992 as a civil litigator for State Farm Insurance, the largest insurance company in the United States. After winning several jury trials, Mr. Cavalluzzi decided to leave State Farm and focus on the practice of criminal defense. He joined the Public Defender's Office and quickly established himself as a fearless, creative trial attorney, defending clients in all types of cases, ranging from misdemeanor battery to homicide. Mr. Cavalluzzi is also actively involved in civil litigation, successfully representing a number of personal injury cases. ADD’L LINKS: http://thelip.tv http://thelip.tv/show/crime-time/ Crime Time Full Episodes Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9cn5gCuG2Pg&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGfIvJXM3emqDXkZ02SXgfgT&index=1 Crime Time Shorts Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HxkCpJRIt3A&index=1&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGeC9DbpSnIvd2i9BHh2dBvv https://www.facebook.com/CrimeTimeWithAllisonHopeWeiner?directed_target_id=0 https://www.facebook.com/thelip.tv EPISODE BREAKDOWN: 00:01 Welcoming Mike Cavalluzzi back to Crime Time. 01:35 Bill Cosby hearing and Andrea Constand. 04:15 Determining when to prosecute witnesses. 06:28 Striking deals with defendants and the standards of proof. 10:16 Bruce Castor and credibility. 10:48 Gloria Allred comments on Cosby. 12:29 Profiling teenage girls, civil suits & the right to closure. 17:26 Protecting innocence. 19:05 Ethan Couch recap and update. 21:15 Ethan Couch’s accountability and juvenile punishment. 26:07 What Ethan’s sentence represents. 31:27 Acknowledging guilt. 32:58 Courtney Hayden & prosecutorial misconduct. 36:01 Thank you and goodbye.
Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond's mother-in-law Nan passes away: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5784629/Pioneer-Woman-Ree-Drummonds-mother-law-Nan-passes-away-cancer-battle.html. Thanks for watching, subscribe for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsy3tWCPDv3um9Q6TKHcJqA?sub_confirmation=1 Nan Drummond passed away last week at the age of 74 after battling cancer.The news of her passing was shared by daughter-in-law Ree Drummond, who many know as The Pioneer Woman from her popular Food Network program.Ree shared the news on her social media accounts as well as her website while paying tribute to the mother, wife, grandmother and friend. 'Some of you may have seen my post on Facebook/Instagram Friday, but I wanted to post here as well that my beautiful mother-in-law Nan died last week,' said Drummond. 'It’s a difficult loss for our family, as she was such a rock for all of us. We all had some time to prepare for this, though I’ve found over the course of the past few days that nothing really prepares you for losing someone who is so much a part of the fabric of your family’s daily life.' She had previously revealed that Nan entered hospice on Mother's Day, noting how difficult it had been for the family.'Ladd and I (and the whole family) are experiencing the pain of having a loved one in hospice care with cancer. The hard news and hospice came on Mother’s Day, just as we were entering what was otherwise one of the happiest weeks in the Drummond family, with both Caleb and Paige graduating,' wrote Ree. 'It’s been a constant flow (and undefinable mix) of emotions and tears—I haven’t been able to discern where the graduation tears start and the hospice tears stop.' Ree also wrote that she sees a little bit of Nan in each of her children and husband Ladd in her tribute to the woman with whom she shared a ranch. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Serena dons catsuit in French Open return and dedicates win... Harvey Weinstein had 10-year affair with woman he is charged... Morgan Freeman threatens to sue CNN and releases video he... Andrea Constand breaks her silence in first TV interview,... Share this article Share 106 shares 'Fortunately, we have a deep well of memories on which to draw. Nan was always there, ever-present, over the course of my life with Ladd—and my kids hardly saw any dividing line between our house and hers, they were in and out so much,' said Ree''She was a quiet, steady force and lived a faith-filled life. She loved her family.' The Drummond, which Ree married in to, are one of the biggest landowners in the country. In its annual list of America's 100 largest landowners, The Land Report revealed that as of 2016 the Drummond Family owns an astonishing 433,000 acres of property.Drummond, her husband Ladd and their four teenage children make their home just two hours down the road from Oklahoma City in Pawhuska, which is where her husband Ladd's family put down roots four generations ago.Ladd is now a key player at Drummond Land & Cattle Co, the notoriously private family-held company that Frederick Drummond started after arriving in this country from Scotland in the late 19th century. In addition to the money they bring in from their cattle and horse endeavors, Drummond Land also manages to clean u #PioneerWoman, #Drummond, #mother, #passes, #away #PioneerWoman, #Drummonds, #mother, #passes, #away, #cancer, #battle
Bill Cosby Fast Facts. Birth date: July 12, 1937 Birth place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Birth name: William Henry Cosby Jr. Father: William Henry Sr., US Navy mess steward Mother: Anna (Hite) Cosby Marriage: Camille (Hanks) Cosby (January 25, 1964-present) Please Subcribe channel to view the latest videos. New video channel has always daily. Thank you
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(26 Apr 2018) Bill Cosby has been convicted of drugging and molesting a woman in the first big celebrity trial of the #MeToo era. A jury outside Philadelphia convicted the "Cosby Show" star of three counts of aggravated indecent assault on Thursday. The guilty verdict came less than a year after another jury deadlocked on the charges. Cosby was charged with violating Temple University employee Andrea Constand at his suburban Philadelphia home in 2004. His lawyer called Constand a "con artist" who leveled false accusations against Cosby so she could sue him. Cosby could get up to 10 years in prison on each of the counts. Dozens of women have come forward in recent years to say he drugged and assaulted them. Five of the other accusers testified against him at the retrial. The Associated Press does not typically identify people who say they are victims of sexual assault unless they grant permission. Constand has done so. Meantime, Cosby's lawyer says the "fight is not over" after the 80-year-old comedian's conviction on sexual assault charges. Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork Twitter: https://twitter.com/AP_Archive Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/APArchives Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/102011028589719587178/+APArchive Tumblr: https://aparchives.tumblr.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/APNews/ You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a58f00bd4c3f8ed56f52d79a31078dc2
According to TMZ, which broke the news, Ensa had a history of medical problems and was possibly awaiting a kidney transplant. Cosby spokesperson Andrew Wyatt confirmed Ensa's cause of death "The Cosby Family thanks many people for their prayers for their beloved and beautiful Ensa, who recently died from renal disease," he said in a statement. Ensa was a strong defender of her father, last year saying that though she had chosen to live her life out of the spotlight, "for my child, my niece, my nephew, and my father, I cannot sit quietly anymore. "The accusations against my father have been one-sided from the beginning. When he tried to defend himself, he was sued in civil court. I’ve seen the accusations become more horrific and extreme with time, and I’ve witnessed my father’s reputation and legendary works be dismissed without any proof.” Ensa declared her father had been "publicly lynched in the media." “I strongly believe my father is innocent of the crimes alleged against him, and I believe that racism has played a big role in all aspects of this scandal," she stated. Daughter Evin Cosby, 41, came out in their father's defense at the same time. Bill Cosby and his wife, Camille, married in 1964 and are also parents to Erika, 52 and Erinn, 51, who also issued a statement defending her father. Their son Ennis was murdered at the age of 27 in a failed robbery attempt in Los Angeles in 1997. To date, five-dozen women have accused Cosby of being a serial sex offender dating back to the mid-1960s. Prosecutors are currently preparing for Cosby's retrial in a Philadelphia suburb on sexual assault charges. Bill Cosby trial: How did a mistrial happen? And what comes next? The comedian's first trial ended with a hung jury in June. The comedian is charged with drugging and sexually assaulting former Temple University employee Andrea Constand at his suburban Philadelphia home in 2004. Cosby has said the encounter was consensual. Jury selection for the retrial will start March 29. renal, ensa cosby renal, renal disease, ensa cosby renal disease, ensa cosby wedding, ennis cosby, ensa cosby wikipedia, ensa cosby biography, ensa cosby death, ensa cosby dead, heather locklear, erinn cosby, ensa cosby pictures, ensa cosby wiki, renal failure, ensa cosby renal failure, ensa cosby age, ensa cosby kidney, ensa cosby cause of death, ensa cosby instagram, what is renal disease, ensa cosby died, ensa cosby husband, ensa cosby net worth, bill cosby, bill cosby ensa, ensa cosby daughter, cosby daughter, renal, ensa cosby renal, renal disease, ensa cosby renal disease, bill cosby daughter, bill cosby daughter ensa, ensa cosby wedding, ennis cosby, ensa cosby wikipedia, ensa cosby cosby show, cosby show, ensa cosby biography, ensa cosby children, cosby children, ensa cosby death, ensa cosby dead, bill cosby children, the cosby show, ensa cosby on cosby show, heather locklear, ensa cosby on the cosby show
Topless protester launches herself at Bill Cosby outside court Bill Cosby was accosted by a topless woman while arriving in court on Monday morning. The woman, who has been identified as Nicolle Rochelle of Little Neck, New Jersey, jumped over a barricade and ran at the disgraced actor while he was making his way from his car into the courthouse. Rochelle, 38, appeared on The Cosby Show as a child, appearing in four episodes of the popular sitcom as Danielle, a friend of Rudy Huxtable (played by Keshia Knight Pulliam). Pulliam had been by Cosby's side for the first day of his trial the last time he appeared in court, but was not present for the opening statements of his retrial on Monday. Rochelle had the words 'Women's Lives Matter' written across her body and was quickly stopped by sheriff's deputies, who put her in handcuffs and took her into custody. The woman also had the words 'Cosby r*pist' and 's*men' written on her body, as well as the names of a number of Cosby's alleged victims. Cosby could be seen laughing as the woman ran out in his path. He walked into court with his spokesperson Andrew Wyatt, who was also by his side during last year's trial. Wyatt could be seen reprimanding one of the sheriff's deputies after the woman made her way over the partition. In that same image the woman is seen pinned down on the ground while Cosby walks by unfazed by the commotion. Cosby is switching things up for this trial, with the disgraced actor assembling a new defense team of seven lawyers - four of whom are women. Two of those women, Becky James and Kathleen Bliss, were added to the team as soon as pre-trial motions and meetings began last year, while the other two were very late additions. Court records show that Cosby's team submitted two motions for admission on Saturday, March 24 at around 9pm to request that Jaya Gupta and Rachael Robinson be added to his legal line-up. That move came in the wake of Judge Steven O'Neill ruling that five women who have accused Cosby of r*pe could testify at trial in addition to the plaintiff, Andrea Constand. Cosby has pleaded not guilty to charges he drugged and molested Constand at his suburban Philadelphia home in 2004. The legal team will be headed up this time by Tom Mesereau, who has defended A-list celebrities including Michael Jackson. He replaces Brian McMonagle, who stepped down after the first trial ended in a hung jury and was declared a mistrial, a ruling that most legal experts agreed was the best possible outcome Cosby could hope for in the case. There are no lawyers on Cosby's current team who were part of his defense during the first trial. Bliss is a former federal prosecutor who served in Nevada for over two decades while James is a partner at the Los Angeles-based firm of Greenberg Gross. That is the same firm where Gupta and Robinson are employed as associates. 'Prior to law school, Ms. Gupta received a master’s degree in Medieval English Studies at the University of Oxford,' reads Gupta's bio on the law firm's website. 'She received her undergraduate degree at the University of California, Los Angeles, where she graduated magna c*m laude and Phi Beta Kappa.' That bio also makes it clear why she was selected for the team, stating: 'Her experience includes representing individuals and entities in class actions, and in civil and criminal government investigations brought pursuant to the False Claims Act, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.' Robinson also fills a niche in the defense team, having 'begun her legal career as an associate working with Partner Becky S. James at James & Associates, focusing primarily on appeals and white collar criminal defense' according to her bio. These new lawyers will be up against the returning prosecutor in the case, Kevin Steele. He has also made some changes however, thanks to Judge Steven O'Neill ruling that the prosecution could call five accusers to the stand at trial. That is a big increase from the first trial, where there were just two women who took the stand - plaintiff Andrea Constand and Kelly Johnson. Constand will be taking the stand once again, and this time be joined by Janice Baker-Kinney, Janice Dickinson, Chelan lasha, Lisa-Lotte Lublin and Heidi Thomas. Prosecutors had been hoping to have 13 women testify alongside Constand to speak to a pattern of behavior exhibited by the defendant. Cosby, 80, has been accused of drugging and r*ping over 40 women. Jury selection will begin on Monday in the case and be followed by opening statements a few days later. This trial will likely take much longer than the first, which was over in two weeks. The defense had initially attempted to argue that the start of the case should be pushed back because of the addition of those five prosecution witnesses earlier this month. Judge O'Neill denied that request.