Bill Cosby

Cosby Found Guilty Of Three Counts Of Sexual Assault

The Verdict In The Bill Cosby Case

Bill Cosby was found guilty during his recent re-trial at the Montgomery County Court near Philadelphia yesterday, and it’s good news. This guy couldn’t walk away free. He’s been drugging and literally having sex with unconscious bodies for the last fifty years. Words can’t even describe how gross that is, and it’s totally beyond the understanding of most.

Besides his actions being totally morally corrupt, it’s almost impossible to understand how a person feels sexually attracted toward another while they’re unconscious. It’s completely bizarre.

No one is perfect, people have weird hobbies and sexual interests, but this is just way off in left-field, and how it gets to that point is incomprehensible.

Nevertheless, the court and jury found him guilty of drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand fourteen years ago. According to the New York Times, when they delivered the verdict, the women in the court cheered really loudly for a moment then fell totally silent.

Andrea was a woman that Bill “mentored” a long time ago. The court found him guilty of penetration with a lack of consent, penetration while unconscious, and penetration after administering an intoxicant, with each charge having a 10-year sentence, however, all three can be served at once.

This means that Bill will be spending his final days in prison. He’ll die in jail. In case you haven’t been following the case, the first trial ended in a mistrial because the jury couldn’t come to a unanimous conclusion. They spent six days talking with each other and couldn’t agree on it. 

According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, after the verdict was read to him, and the judge presiding over the case said he would be imprisoned immediately, Bill snapped out and called the District Attorney an “asshole.”

This had to go down. People who are guilty of this kind of shit can’t keep walking away free. Supposedly, the number of convictions for sexual assault charges are minuscule in comparison to the accusations because of their difficulty to prove in court.