The Mostly White Jury Failed Us. [Look to the left. Racist suspects always keep a Black probot close by. They are everywhere in high places these days. They are part of the show, included to decieve you. Never trust a Black probot]. In racist system, "justice" is only coincidental or random.
From [HERE] A white judge declared a mistrial Saturday in Bill Cosby‘s sex assault trial after jurors failed to reach a verdict on the sixth day of deliberations. Cosby is a failed Showcase Black who fell out of favor with elite whites despite all the good work he did for them.
The mostly white jury of seven men and five women [10 of 12 were white] deadlocked after about 52 hours of deliberations that began June 12. It first announced they were deadlocked Thursday.
“This jury is hopelessly deadlocked,” Montgomery County Judge Steven O’Neill said after questioning each juror in turn about the impasse, adding, “This is not a victory for anyone.
This is the justice system, it does not matter what the justice is.” [blah blah].
Attorney Gloria Allred, who is also white and represents many Cosby accusers, said, "We can never overestimate the blinding power of celebrity. But justice will come."
She added, "It's too early to celebrate, Mr. Cosby." [MORE]
Cosby, 79, faced up to 30 years in prison on three charges of aggravated indecent assault. He was accused of drugging and molesting former Temple University basketball manager Andrea Constand at his home in 2004.
Despite a lack of evidence, faded memories and inconsistent statements and inaccurate statements made by the victim to police, white prosecutors said immediately they would retry the case, and Judge O’Neill, who is also white, said he would try to schedule a new trial within 120 days; prompting gasps from the courtroom. [MORE]
During the trial the elite white media, such as the NY Times, glanced over problematic inconsistencies in the Government's case.
What kind of inconsistencies?
* The victim, Andrea Constand, first went to the police a year after the incident, which allegedly occurred in 2004 - 13 years ago.
* She forgot when the assault happened. Not sure about what date - day of the month this life changing event occured. [MORE]
* Constand called Cosby 53 times after the alleged assault and then lied to the police about it. Telling cops that she had not tried to contact him at all since the incident occurred. 53 times? That is like 53 lies. If she lied once can you believe anything else she says? If you found a fly in your soup and you removed it, would you still eat the rest?
*I called him on Valentines Day to discuss basketball business. Cosby atty Ms. Agrusa suggested there was more than Ms. Constand let on to in her relationship with Mr. Cosby, 36 years her senior, who bought her gifts and introduced her to some of his entertainment industry contacts.
“Mr. Cosby had already made clear that he had affection for you,” Ms. Agrusa said.
“He had never disclosed to me that he had affection for me,” Ms. Constand replied levelly.
She has said that before the alleged assault, he twice made sexual advances that she rebuffed, but she continued to see him.
“You came back to Mr. Cosby’s home,” Ms. Agrusa said, and drove to Foxwoods resort in eastern Connecticut, where he was performing, and spent time in his hotel room there.
Ms. Constand said she sat on the bed in that hotel room, but after he lay down on the bed, she thought, “What am I doing here?” and left.
When asked why she did not tell police certain details of their meetings, she replied, “I was never asked.” [And of course a decade later police have no memory of what they asked her]
The defense pointed to extensive contacts Ms. Constand had with Mr. Cosby after the alleged assault, which contradict what she told police in 2005, and which the lawyers have suggested is not the behavior of a victim toward her abuser. They paid particular attention to phone records showing that Ms. Constand called Mr. Cosby repeatedly around the time of the alleged incident, including on Valentine’s Day, and dozens of times in the months after.
Ms. Constand claimed those calls were for her work “regarding Temple women’s basketball,” and many of them, she said, were her calling him back after he had left her a message; Kristen M. Feden, an assistant district attorney, cited a pattern in the phone records of Ms. Constand calling her own voice mail to check messages, and then calling Mr. Cosby. [MORE]