St. Allred of Malibu

 

She’s now insisting that the Cosby judge allow in much more “witness” testimony from prior allegations, which means that she also wants him to be automatically convicted of the same. Without benefit of a trial.

 

 

 

Anything for attention….

NORRISTOWN, Pa. – Lawyer Gloria Allred got kicked out of a court gallery Friday for the second time this week after her cell phone rang — again — during proceedings in Bill Cosby’s sex-assault trial.

For her repeat technology no-no, Allred wasn’t allowed back in the main courtroom but instead banished to Courtroom C, an overflow room for members of the public, according to a court source…

On Wednesday, Allred, 75, was tossed out of the courtroom, where use of electronics is banned, when her cell phone went off.

“I was happy to leave,” Allred told The Post at the time. “It was off, and it rang. I have no idea how it happened. This young man was just trying to help me figure it out. I don’t know who it was. I don’t give out my number, and I never answer it anyway, you know that.”

Uh-huh. Yes, we know you’re there, Gloria.

 

 

 

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  1. Anonymous

    Sixty. Sixty! Sixty women tell the same story, Cosby is a rapist.

    • semichorus

      They don’t all tell the same story at all. I’ve read each specific. Only some of the allegations involve “drugs.” A good number instead allege undefined groping, or attempted “kissing.”

      Big difference. Imagine the conviction rate among both men AND women if this was the standard for sexual assault. I’m sure it soon will be, and I look forward to watching women get charged for this as well. I wonder if Allred will represent the men.

      They’re also all corralled together by the same law firm. Hardly independently obtained.

      Interestingly, the court so far has refused to release the juror tally. They surely would have if only one or two had hung the jury in favor of conviction, because they always do.

      It makes for good pro-prosecution publicity.

      I suspect then that most of the jurors held out for acquittal.

      (BTW, what is “groping”? A neck message?

      (as a matter of fact, it is.))

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