Camille Cosby Issued A Statement In Response To Bill Cosby’s Latest Appeal Being Denied

October 25, 2018 / Posted by:

Whatever Camille Cosby had envisioned for her golden years, it certainly wasn’t making weekly visits to the pokey to sit in an overly-lit room that smells of ammonia and fried bologna to visit her jailbird husband, but that is where we are. ABC 6 reports that Bill Cosby’s got fewer options than a new pilot starring Roseanne Barr called What’s The Big Deal? co-starring Dustin Diamond as Squawk, her Ambien induced hallucination. America’s judge, Justice Steven O’Neill, ruled against Bill’s most recent request for a new trial or sentencing hearing on Tuesday. And Camille has made it known she thinks it’s a travesty of justice!

Justice O’Neil is the same judge who presided over Cosby’s first trial, retrial and his sentencing, and who Cosby’s team keeps insisting is biased against him because his wife used to work with sexual assault survivors. They also claim he harbors a grudge against one of Cosby’s old cronies, Montgomery county, PA District Attorney Bruce Castor, who declined to prosecute him back in 2005. According to Page Six, Camille had the following to say about this latest nail in Bill’s coffin.

“An unethical judge sentenced my husband to prison for a charge that the former DA determined was unwarranted and would never be prosecuted.. That same judge has hidden the truth about his feud with Mr. Castor for years, most recently by denying my husband’s attempt to put Mr. Castor on the stand before sentencing,” reads the statement — which is addressed to “media outlets who published one-sided stories and/or who refused to give any coverage to our legal filings.”

Put away the hanky and have a seat Camille. A female guard will be over to search you shortly. Meanwhile, Bill’s about to spend his one-month incarceration-a-versary watching a dusty TV in a prison day room all by his lonesome.

Cosby, in the meantime, is living in a single cell near the infirmary at the State Correctional Institution-Phoenix in suburban Philadelphia and has access to a day room, where he can watch television or eat meals, a state prisons spokeswoman said.

Bill has the day room all to himself so he can flip the channel all he wants without getting his tray of beans upended onto his chest. Bill’s got 30 days to file an appeal to the Pennsylvania Superior Court or give up and resign himself to packets of tuna salad eaten with a plastic spoon until the day he dies.


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