By now, most of you have heard that Bill Cosby was convicted of three counts of felony sexual assault.  Each count punishable by up to ten years in prison.

Which proves that “deep pockets” doesn’t always win.  And few pockets are deeper than Bill’s.  This degenerate, lying, scheming, foul mouthed, arrogant, criminal, pompous man is finally going to pay for his crimes going back 30 years.  And let’s hope it costs him every dime of his $400 million dollar net worth.

Some might think the stories ends here.  But this is really the beginning.

Now, the case goes to civil court where the standards for being able to testify and sue are lower than in criminal court.  Even though 30 women came forward to testify against Bill Cosby, the judge in the criminal case only allowed one to testify.

Now, all thirty (some say 50) women will be suing Billy Boy in civil court.  With any luck, they will siphon off a good portion of his net worth.

This dirt ball had the audacity of calling the prosecuting attorney an “asshole” right after the verdict was announced.

The old saying, “Pay back’s a Bitch” seems to apply perfectly here.

Less well known is the fact that in TV interviews, magazines, and newspapers, Billy railed against young black men, saying that they were lazy, always getting high, not working hard enough, not taking school seriously.  His lectures turned into rants.

It’s an old adage that those who live aberrant, depraved, criminal lives are the ones telling other people how to live their lives.

Bill could have funded college educations for hundreds of young men and women who had no recourse but a great desire to continue their education.

Instead, he bought quaadules, drugged women, then raped them.  DOZENS of women over a 30-YEAR period.

The Montgomery County district attorney, Kevin R. Steele, asked that Mr. Cosby’s $1 million bail be revoked, suggesting he had been convicted of a serious crime, owned a plane and could flee, prompting an angry outburst from Mr. Cosby, who shouted, “He doesn’t have a plane, you asshole.”

In Mr. Cosby’s first trial, only one other accuser had been allowed to testify. At the retrial, the five additional witnesses included the former model Janice Dickinson, who told jurors Mr. Cosby had assaulted her in a Lake Tahoe hotel room in 1982, after giving her a pill to help with menstrual cramps. “Here was America’s Dad on top of me,” she told the courtroom, “a supposedly happily married man with five children, on top of me.”

The defense suggested that Ms. Dickinson had made up the account, pointing to her memoir, which recounted the meeting without mentioning any assault.  However, Ms. Dickinson’s publisher testified that she had shared her account of rape and that it was kept out of the book for legal reasons.

Another accuser, Chelan Lasha, said Mr. Cosby invited her to his suite at the Las Vegas Hilton in 1986, when she was 17, to help her with her modeling career.  Mr. Cosby, she said, gave her a pill and liquor, and then assaulted her.

In court, Ms. Lasha, who was often in tears, called across the courtroom to the entertainer.  “You remember,” she asked, “don’t you, Mr. Cosby?”

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