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Cosby & Women / A Discussion #1086884

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 20, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Studio: Jean Casarez) Fuller details about comedian Bill Cosby's admission in a 2005 Andrea Constand civil lawsuit deposition about women, drugs, sex, & Constant examined; excerpts from Cosby quoted. [Victim Barabara BOWMAN - comments on consent.] The lack of comments from Cosby, the confidential settlement agreement in the 2005 case & legal changes discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with legal analysts Sunny Hostin & criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos about the thousand page deposition in the Cosby case. [HOSTIN - assesses the shocking information in the deposition about sex & drugs & Cosby's behavior; calls the deposition a "bombshell."] [GERAGOS - talks about the Legal matters in the use of this deposition as evidence in other cases.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Casarez, Jean

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