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Jury deadlocks in Bill Cosby's criminal trial

18 June 2017

Cosby's wife of 53 years, Camille, released a seemingly hostile statement read by their publicist, Andrew Wyatt, following the six-day trial.

Cosby didn't testify on his own behalf in the trial, but he did have something to say when leaving the courtroom on Friday.

While Agrusa spoke, Cosby stood silently behind her, his head occasionally tilting back, looking toward the sky. She also minced no words regarding her thoughts about the media and Cosby's accusers.

"How do I describe the district attorney?" Overtly and arrogantly collaborating with the district attorney. Cosby was charged with sexually assaulting Constand at his suburban Philadelphia estate in 2004. Neither the judge nor attorneys said they were aware of how the jury split on Cosby's guilt or innocence.

Prosecutors said even though the case ended without a verdict, it has been "important for sexual assault victims everywhere". He was asked whether Andrea Constand, who endured many grueling hours on the witness stand, had it in her to go through it all again. Constand alleges that Cosby incapacitated her with blue pills and then molested her while she drifted in and out of consciousness.

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The judge pressured them to reach a decision by not allowing them to throw in the towel until 9:30pm.

When the panel announced for a second time that they were deadlocked on Saturday morning, leading the judge to declare a mistrial, Allison dabbed tears from her eyes. By doing so, it "raised the question of whether some jurors are hoping to convince one or more others that any doubt they have expressed is unreasonable".

"I am required to read you an instruction". "I remind everyone that this is not vindication or victory".

Charges were filed in December 2015 after a number of women came forward to accuse Cosby of sexual assault, and testimony emerged in which Cosby said he got quaaludes (methaqualone) in the 1970s for women he wanted to have sex with.

Gloria Allred, the lawyer representing 33 women who have accused Cosby of sexual misconduct, said outside of the courthouse that "round two may be just around the corner, and this time, justice may prevail".

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"I would think they'd listen very heavily to what the jurors had to say, if they'll talk", Tully told the newspaper.

"We're talking about all the man's tomorrows", said McMonagle, urging acquittal of an icon in the twilight of life.

He co-starred in the 1960s espionage show "I Spy", the first black performer to star in a weekly American TV dramatic series.

They also reviewed statements Cosby made about the incident under oath during Constand's civil lawsuit in 2005 and 2006. Her comments came after a jury failed to reach a unanimous decision the case and a mistrial was declared.

Prosecutors said they will retry the case.

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"This isn't talking to a trustee".

Jury deadlocks in Bill Cosby's criminal trial