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Is Bill Cosby a Rapist or Prostitution Solicitor?

bill cosby allegationBill Cosby has been the subject of many debates in regards to the word “Rape”  and has become synonymous with the notion of date rape drugs.  Or 50 women have come forward and said that Bill Cosby raped or did something inappropriate to them over the past 40 years.

Let’s really look at what is actually going on here.  Each one had a different relationship with Mr. Cosby whether it’s Beverly Johnson the supermodel who is washed up at this point, Janice Dickinson who  has been well documented to have had financial problems over the past 36 months or so.

Looking at all the evidence that has been presented to us it is quite clear that a lot of these females are just jumping on the bandwagon I am looking for a payday as a matter of fact the news media has barely reported anything when it comes to the false allegations against Mr. Bill Cosby .  There is so many women that have recanted the store because the fact were not truthful, accurate, or believable.

Will bill Cosby be found guilty? Only the justice system will be able to determine that, but as it stands now, he has already been tried in the media which is very  unfortunate and a mockery system in America.   But these of the innocent have a long left.  The Cosby has not before his due process which five states constitution.  Is the media fair? Anyone who reports only half of the story is being inhumane and is not up for Bill Cosby under the United States Constitution.

If in fact Mr. Cosby do you have each one of these females one would believe that at some point this was a relationship and not a situation of Rape

 

 

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Political Activists Blacken Indian Writer’s Face At A Book Launch

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Writer Sudheendra Kulkarni, his face covered in black ink after an attack by alleged Shiv Sena members, announced in Mumbai on Monday that he would go ahead with the launch of a book written by Pakistan’s former foreign minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri.

Kulkarni, one of the organisers for former Pakistan foreign minister Kasuri’s book “Neither a Hawk nor a Dove: An Insider’s Account of Pakistan’s Foreign Policy” launch in Mumbai, was attacked outside his home allegedly by Shiv Sena members who threw black ink on his face.

“I welcome Kasuri to this great city. I thank him for coming even though we already had indications about some forces threatening him,” Kulkarni told a news conference, hours after his face was smeared with ink as Kasuri sat by his side.

Kulkarni blamed the Shiv Sena for the attack on him and said the group had threatened to disrupt the launch of Kasuri’s book in “typical Shiv Sena style”. He added: “Even then the scheduled launch will be held as planned.”

Kasuri told the media he recognises everyone’s right to protest but not in the manner in which Kulkarni was attacked.

On Sunday night, Kulkarni had met Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray, but said that he did not get any assurances from him. He was reported to have said that the event would go on despite the threat.

On Monday, Kulkarni thanked Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis on Twitter for his ‘principled and firm stand’ against the Sena on the issue of the book launch. Fadnavis had said that Kasuri will be provided ‘total security for the programme’, while also saying that no ‘anti-India propaganda’ would be allowed through such an event.

The threat to Kasuri’s book launch came days after a warning from the Shiv Sena led to the cancellation of concerts in Mumbai and Pune by acclaimed Pakistani ghazal singer Ghulam Ali.

The attack on Kulkarni happened when he was leaving his home in Sion, southcentral Mumbai, when a group of around a dozen alleged Shiv Sena activists accosted him.

They shouted slogans and asked him to cancel the event and then allegedly smeared him with black ink.

Kulkarni has served as speechwriter for BJP veterans Atal Bihari Vajpayee and LK Advani. The Sena, which shares power with the BJP in Maharashtra, has written to the director of Worli’s Nehru Centre, the launch venue, to cancel the show because of the Pakistan connection.

 

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