Former Montgomery County District Attorney Bruce Castor (left) testified Tuesday that he believes his decision not to bring charges agianst Cosby forever bars his successors, including current DA Kevin Steele (right) from prosecuting the comedian Damaging testimony from Constand's lawsuit, which was released only last year, prompted the successors of Bruce Castor to reopen the case and ultimately charge the 78-year-old Cosby with felony sexual assault. Cosby admitted in the deposition that he had a series of affairs with young models and actresses, obtained quaaludes to give women before sex and gave Constand, a former Temple University athletics employee, three pills before a January 2004 encounter at his home.He called it consensual, but she said she was drugged and violated.Uşenê Seydi aynı zamanda Dersim fikriyatının en önemli isimlerinden biridir. Kızılbaşlık dininde Ocakzade olmayan biri Pir ve Rayver olamaz. Seyit Rıza’da Abbasan (Avasu) pirlerinden el almıştır.
The actor then gave a thumbs up as he drove off, shortly after a former district attorney testified that he agreed to never prosecute the comedian after he gave a deposition in the civil suit filed by his alleged victim in the 2005 case for which he has now been charged.
Former Montgomery County District Attorney Bruce Castor said on the stand Tuesday that his unwillingness to prosecute Cosby was rooted in the fact that former Temple University employee Andrea Constand waited a year to file her criminal complaint and had hired a lawyer to explore a civil lawsuit.
Castor defended his decision not to bring charges, testifying that he saw Constand's year-long delay in reporting the allegations, inconsistencies in her statements and her contact with a lawyer before going to police as red flags.
Castor said Constand's delay in going to authorities was of 'enormous significance' in his consideration of the case.
As the mother of two sons, I am appalled at the inference that a boy can’t be raped by a woman and damaged for the rest of his life by such an experience in the way we would expect a girl to be.
In the past two years, an increasing number of female teachers, tutors and teaching assistants have come before the courts accused of attempting to seduce and, in some cases, succeeding in seducing boys in their care.
The exploitation of a position of trust and the defilement of a minor is horrifying enough.
But the judge’s sentence shocked me the most: a mere six-month prison term, suspended for two years, and a short stint on the sex offenders’ register. The judge, Tim Mousley QC, described it as ‘an exceptional case’, saying that while the defendant was ‘immature’, the victim was unusually mature — which ‘narrows the arithmetic age gap’.
Eyler tried to bargain with his crimes after he was apprehended, offering to confess to a further 20 more if the authorities would commute his death sentence to life imprisonment.