The US supreme court will not allow Pennsylvania District Attorney Kevin Steele to retrial Bill Cosby for alleged sexual abuse.
Announcements came Monday as the highest court in the land confirmed that Pennsylvania’s supreme court did indeed make the correct decision in its vacating of Crosby’s 2017 conviction, a trial that many legal experts called a “kangaroo trial” or described as a legal lynching.
“On behalf of Mr. Cosby and the Cosby family, we would like to offer our sincere gratitude to the justices of the United States Supreme Court for following the rules of law and protecting the constitutional rights of all American citizens,” said Andrew Wyatt, publicist and spokesman for the Cosby estate.
“Cheating never gets you far in life” Wyatt said when speaking about Pennsylvania DA Kevin Steele’s failed appeal to the court.
“In short, the district attorney asks the U.S. Supreme Court to throw the constitution out the window, as it did, to satisfy the #Metoo mob.” Wyatt finished.
Now, those in Pennsylvania legal circles are eager to see if Cosby’s team will pursue charges against Steele for what many called a illegal prosecution.
Steele who ran for Montgomery DA in 2015 built his campaign on the promises of prosecuting Cosby, even going as far as to claim that if he did win the election he would “Bring Cosby to court.”, a claim that many see as a ethics violation and demonstration of bias.
“There’s a big smile on my face,” Cosby said.
“I know what happened, and I’m watching and hearing these fascist and Nazis, and I watched them really come out of the woodworks as termites.” he continued.
Cosby, who is 84 years old spent nearly 2 years in jail following the illegal conviction, he was also denied a conditional leave despite his elderly age, lack of criminal record and the later development of contagion outbreaks that could’ve caused bodily harm to Cosby while in prison.
“The infestation of when Donald Trump came through, and they just let it all hang out. That’s who they are. That’s who their ancestors are.” Cosby finished.
The Cosby estate has yet to comment on possible further legal remedies being considered in response to Steele and Pennsylvania’s malicious prosecution.
–Barrington Williams, B1Daily