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Cosby & Women / A Discussion (Part I) #1086271

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 07, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Studio: Boris Sanchez) The fallout from the release of a 2005 court document in which comedian Bill Cosby admitted giving drugs to young women for sex examined; details given about what Cosby said about quaaludes, women & sex. [In 2004 "pound cake" speech, voice of COSBY - speaks about crime/morals.] [Cosby accuser,, Victoria VALENTINO@- calls this validation.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos, Areva Martin & addiction specialist Dr. Drew Pinsky about Cosby & women. [GERAGOS - explains why the judge released the 2005 deposition that will reinvigorate the prosecution.] [MARTIN - outlines the black reaction to Cosby's critical speeches about the African American community.] [PINSKY - talks about the use of quaaludes in the 1970s.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Sanchez, Boris

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