Following the judge's decision to declare a mistrial in the sexual assault trial of Bill Cosby, the comedy icon's wife is breaking her silence to hurl some scathing words at the District Attorney, the judge, the media and the 60-plus women who have come forward to accuse her husband of sexual assault.
At a hearing, the jury said it could not reach a unanimous verdict on any of the counts being faced by the TV entertainer.
The jury deliberated for 52 hours.
A sex assault case against Bill Cosby has ended in an inconclusive verdict after jurors failed to agree whether the comedian is guilty. With the help of attorney Gloria Allred, they compelled Cosby's wife, Camille Cosby, to sit for a deposition.
"The Ellen Show" producer Andy Lassner said, "I believe you".
'It's hard to make judgements about credibility so there is a heavy reliance on physical evidence'. He still faces at least four civil lawsuits from at least 10 accusers. Heinously and exploitatively ambitious.
But the women appear to be remaining hopeful that their accusations will one day lead to consequences for Cosby. We could not begin to name the many people who have worked so diligently in pursuit of justice, not only for Andrea but for all victims of sexual assault.
Mark Ebner said: 'They have been empowered because time in many ways takes care of time. The case was settled in March 2006 after months of depositions that would come back to haunt Cosby.
When the scandal erupted, he was embarking on a career comeback expected to cement his legacy.
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Bruce Castor, the ex-prosecutor who passed on Constand's case in 2005, said Saturday that he was disappointed but not surprised in Steele's failure to win a conviction.
But the jurors clearly struggled with their verdict, telling the judge on Day 4 they were at impasse. The prosecution spent a full week bringing witness after witness, building a case that, they said, showed Cosby had a pattern of gaining women's trust, then drugging them and forcing them to perform sex acts. The 2004 encounter at Cosby's suburban Philadelphia estate was the only one to result in criminal charges. Prosecutors suggested he drugged her with something stronger.
During the trial, prosecutors alleged Cosby was a trusted friend and mentor who took advantage of a woman in a "vulnerable state", plied Constand with "three blue pills" and sexually assaulted her at his Cheltenham mansion in mid-January 2004.
The controversial district attorney had used the Cosby case in a 2015 campaign ad, slamming his opponent for failing to bring criminal charges.
Jurors also asked for, and received, a definition of reasonable doubt, the threshold that prosecutors must cross to win a conviction, and reviewed testimony from Constand and her mother about phone conversations they had with Cosby after the encounter.
Instead she put across a venomous attack on Steele's credibility, as well as that of Judge Steven O'Neill and the media. On Thursday, jurors announced they were deadlocked. They repeatedly asked a judge for a mistrial on Friday.
Camille was not present at the courthouse Saturday morning, when the judge declared a mistrial after a jury said they were hopelessly deadlocked.