Former DA Denies Cosby Accuser's Defamation Claim

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In an answer to a defamation complaint, former Montgomery County District Attorney Bruce L. Castor Jr. has said his statements about a Bill Cosby accuser were true, including statements that her allegations to police differed from her civil claims, and therefore do not form a basis for the lawsuit.

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  • Michael Ochoa

    Pa. needs to examine the systemic flaws in the Unified Judicial System which make the Commonwealth a haven for well-connected criminal predators.

  • Philosopher Jay

    Thank you Lizzy McLellan for this fair and well balanced article. It is sad that so few articles in the Cosby case are reported with this objectivity.

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