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    Sex Felon Bill Cosby Plotting Secret Escape Plan From Inside Prison, Source Claims | RadarOnline

    Jailbird hires man called the 'Googler' & other staff to fight for freedom.

    Food Fight! Jailbird Bill Cosby Slapped With Chicken Patty In Prison | RadarOnline

    The disgraced comic is already making enemies with fellow inmates.

    Cosby Busted Trying To Sneak Food Into Prison: ‘He Refuses To Even Touch The Dinner’ | RadarOnline

    Staff confiscated the grub & tossed it in a dumpster!
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    Bill Cosby Wasn’t Slapped with a Chicken Patty | Rare


    NOT REAL: Food Fight! Jailbird Bill Cosby Slapped With Chicken Patty In Prison

    THE FACTS: Comedian Bill Cosby, now inmate No. NN7687 in a Pennsylvania prison, was not slapped with a chicken patty or a hot dog bun during food fights, despite stories circulating online. Reports claiming inmates were throwing food at the 81-year-old Cosby began circulating on online news sites and social media soon after he was sent to prison for sexual assault. He was sentenced to three-to-10 years in prison Sept. 25, after being convicted of drugging and sexually assaulting a woman at his gated estate in 2004. Pennsylvania Department of Corrections spokeswoman Amy Worden told The Associated Press that Cosby had not been involved in any food fights since his incarceration. And, she noted, he does not eat in the main dining room with other inmates.

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    Joe Schiavoni Introduces Bill Eliminating Statute Of Limitations For Rape | WOSU Radio


    Outgoing Democratic state Sen. Joe Schiavoni is pushing to eliminate the statute of limitations for civil cases of rape and sexual assault. The move was inspired in part by the Richard Strauss scandal at The Ohio State University, but the bill is unlikely to affect those cases.

    Current limits are 25 years for criminal cases and two years in civil court. Schiavoni's bill would do away with both, but it cannot affect cases where the statute of limitations has already expired. Still, Schiavoni argues making the change is important to protect survivors in the future.

    “There is no statute of limitations on murder, and there should not be a statute of limitations on rape,” he says. “Here in Ohio, we can establish our state as a place where we allow justice to be served to the survivors while adequately punishing the perpetrator, no matter when the act occurred.”

    Because the measure isn’t retroactive, it likely wouldn’t help those alleging abuse against Strauss, a longtime Ohio State sports doctor who died in 2005. So far, 150 former students have come forward with first-hand experiences of sexual misconduct, and several dozen have filed class-action lawsuits against the university for failing to address the abuse.

    Attorney Gloria Allred, who represented women accusing Bill Cosby of abuse, says Ohio's existing limitations mean one fewer legal avenue for Strauss survivors. But she’s not writing off their cases in federal court.

    "It's an uphill battle for them,” Allred says. “I know there are lawsuits filed. I wish them success, but clearly there needs to be a change in state law."

    Schiavoni says his bill is strictly forward-looking, but he notes some are lobbying for a kind of exemption tied to the Strauss case. Michigan lawmakers approved something similar, allowing people abused by Michigan State sports doctor Larry Nassar to file claims regardless of how much time had passed.

    Schiavoni is unlikely to push the measure through the General Assembly before his term ends next month. But he says a number of Democratic co-sponsors are ready to pick up the bill in the new year.

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    Cosby appeals sex assault conviction


    Lawyers for the disgraced comedian say the judge in his case made 11 mistakes.

    They claim Cosby was shouldn't have been named a sexually violent predator, because the testimony used was "unsubstantiated" and "uncorroborated."

    Cosby's legal team also says the deposition from the Andrea Constand lawsuit shouldn't have been admitted into evidence. That's where Cosby admitted he drugged women with quaaludes.

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    Court Rejects Bill Cosby’s Bid For Release Pending Appeal For New Trial


    Bill Cosby won’t be out on bail while he appeals his sexual assault conviction. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has rejected a request from Bill Cosby to be released on bail while he appeals his sexual assault conviction.

    Officials did not elaborate on the decision.

    In April, a jury convicted Cosby of drugging and molesting Andrea Constand in 2004.

    Earlier this month, he filed an appeal for a new trial. Cosby said Judge Steven O’Neill had a feud with a key pretrial witness, and let five other accusers testify.

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