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Cosby / Sexual Assault #1093575

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 30, 2015
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Elkins Park, Pennsylvania: Ryan Smith) The first criminal sexual assault charges against comedian Bill Cosby in the Andrea Constand case from 2004 featured; scenes shown from Pennsylvania; details given from court documents, the earlier civil lawsuit, Cosby's deposition & other sexual assault claims against him with a statement from Cosby's lawyers quoted. [ABC legal analyst Dan ABRAMS@- calls this a stunning development.]

(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Philadelphia: Linsey Davis) The reaction of Cosby accusers to this case examined; details given about their possible role in the Constand trial, other civil suits in the works. [On ABC in May, COSBY - reacts.] [Cosby attorney Monique PRESSLEY- comments on legal steps.] [Attorney Gloria ALLRED - comments on this Christmas present.]

Muir, David;
Smith, Ryan;
Davis, Linsey

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