Playing The Race Card? Bill Cosby's Wife Accuses His Judge Of Presenting Him As A "Brutal, Black Buck"

May 17, 2019 15:58

Bill Cosby’s wife Camille still stands by him, despite his sexual assault conviction and multiple sexual assault allegations made by other women.

Camille believes that the allegations are not true and is desperate to free her husband, who is currently serving a 3-to-10-year sentence in a state prison in Pennsylvania. In a last-ditch effort to fight the conviction, the couple decided to play the race card.

Camille believes that judge Stephen O’Neill allowed five accusers to testify against her husband in 2018 specifically to portray the 81-year-old actor and comedian as a “brutal, black buck.”

Bill agrees with his wife wholeheartedly – he believes that the evidence to convict him was insufficient, and he was found guilty because of Judge O’Neill’s “racial bias”.

Here’s the couple’s statement shared on Bill’s social media profiles:

Official Statement From Camille Cosby & Bill Cosby Regarding The Egregious Filing Of Judge O’Neill’s 1925(a) Opinion

“Now, after more than 50 years of work, that humanized the dehumanized; which also challenged the perpetual architects of racist, exploitive and greedy maneuvers that have enabled them to divide and conquer…my husband has been severely redefined by Judge O’Neill, despite having zero proof. Judge O’Neill, with a great deal of help from the media, has tried to turn Bill Cosby into one of the most insidious stereotypes of African American men…the brutal, black buck,” declared Mrs. Cosby.

“I stand firmly with my wife on the foundation of solidarity and truth. Camille has always been a fearless warrior against corruption and bigotry. She’s not afraid of this unethical judge, nor am I afraid of O’Neill’s grossly immoral tactics. Keep fighting...Dear...I Love You Very, Very Much,” states Mr. Cosby.

Last month, the couple made similar accusations against Judge O’Neill as Bill’s lawyers filed a bail application.

Are they even serious? Accusing the judge of racial hatred doesn’t seem like a wise strategy if what they are trying to achieve is Bill’s release.