DY­ING COSBY’S LAST CHANCE!

WINS FIGHT TO AP­PEAL SEX AT­TACK CON­VIC­TION

National Enquirer - - TRUE CRIME -

CAGED sex perv Bill Cosby is cer­tain the Penn­syl­va­nia Supreme Court’s shock­ing de­ci­sion to hear his ap­peal for his 2018 rape con­vic­tion is the only thing that could keep him from dy­ing be­hind bars, in­sid­ers spilled.

The dis­graced comic — who has been ac­cused of sex­ual abuse by more than 60 women — be­lieves the coron­avirus will kill him long be­fore he serves his time at Penn­syl­va­nia’s Phoenix State Cor­rec­tional In­sti­tu­tion, in­sid­ers dished. Cosby, now 83, was sen­tenced to three to ten years for sex­u­ally as­sault­ing An­drea Con­stand in 2004, but his spokesman, An­drew Wy­att, ex­clu­sively told The Na­tional EN­QUIRER, “He feels like they gave him a death sen­tence.”

More than 220 in­mates and work­ers have been in­fected in­side the fa­cil­ity, which holds about 2,800 prison­ers, ac­cord­ing to the state’s Depart­ment of Correction­s web­site.

Wy­att added Cosby felt of­fi­cials were try­ing to “ex­e­cute” him dur­ing the pan­demic to pre­vent him from ex­pos­ing the al­legedly ma­li­cious pros­e­cu­tion by Mont­gomery County Judge Steven T. O’Neill and

District At­tor­ney Kevin R. Steele, which the star has long main­tained was racially mo­ti­vated.

Wy­att sees the court’s de­ci­sion to review the ap­peal as his client’s best hope for free­dom — but it came at a cost.

The jus­tices’ or­der said the court will only review Cosby’s claim the trial judge erred in al­low­ing other ac­cusers to tes­tify about un­charged “prior bad acts.” But it will also ad­mit into ev­i­dence self­in­crim­i­nat­ing tes­ti­mony Cosby gave in a civil de­po­si­tion years ear­lier, in which he ad­mit­ted to drug­ging women with Quaaludes be­fore sex!

An­drea Con­stand Cosby was con­victed of ag­gra­vated in­de­cent as­sault Bill is in a fa­cil­ity where hun­dreds of in­mates and work­ers have been in­fected with coron­avirus

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