Celebrated Attorney Celebrates Another Stunning Success

Hey guys, remember Bruce Castor? You know, one of the bottom-rung attorneys who twice-impeached LOSER ex-Prznint Stupid hired for his second impeachment trial because literally no one wanted LDN as a client?

Thanks to a shady/incompetent deal former prosecutor Bruce Castor made, Bill Cosby’s sexual assault conviction has been overturned by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

The ruling was the product of a deal Cosby had made with a district attorney in 2005 in which the prosecutor promised Cosby he wouldn’t be charged in a case involving Andrea Constand, a former Temple University employee who accused Cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting her in 2004. That prosecutor—Bruce Castor, then the Montgomery County district attorney—made headlines this year when he represented former president Donald Trump in his second impeachment trial.

Under the terms of his deal with Cosby, Castor asked the disgraced comedian to testify in a civil lawsuit filed by Constand in exchange for avoiding prosecution. Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that Castor’s deal with Cosby should have prevented Cosby from being charged in the case, which ultimately landed him behind bars.

It’s amazing how many low-lifes this Castor makes deals with, innit? Anyway, Cosby is out on a technicality and not on merits of his case. It is not comforting to any of his victims, I’m certain.

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4 Responses to Celebrated Attorney Celebrates Another Stunning Success

  1. roket says:

    In that case, he will not be exempt from registering as a sex offender, right?

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  2. It is rather peculiar that neither the very expensive attorneys Cosby hired or Cosby himself made no mention of this deal at his trial.

    I mean “Yer Honor, I have a signed non-prosecution agreement from the prosecutors office for this crime I have been charged with” would have stopped the trial on Day 1 wouldn’t it?

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