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Law Enforcement Will Be '100 Percent All Hands On Deck' At Courthouse For Bill Cosby Sentencing

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Whenever it happens — it increasingly looks like some time in July — law enforcement in Pennsylvania will go completely over the top to ensure that Bill Cosby and everyone involved with his sentencing is safe in the courthouse.

Sources from Montgomery County (PA) are telling media outlets that law enforcement in tiny Norristown will be "100 percent all hands on deck" for the courthouse sentencing, prepared and ready for anything.

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Time's Up Is Coming For R. Kelly In New Campaign — See Their Statement!

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UPDATE 3:25 P.M. EST: A statement from R. Kelly's team has been released: "R. Kelly supports the pro-women goals of the Time's Up movement. We understand criticizing a famous artist is a good way to draw attention to those goals—and in this case, it is unjust and off-target. We fully support the rights of women to be empowered to make their own choices. Time's Up has neglected to speak with any of the women who welcome R. Kelly's support, and it has rushed to judgment without the facts. Soon it will become clear Mr. Kelly is the target of a greedy, conscious and malicious conspiracy to demean him, his family and the women with whom he spends his time. R. Kelly's music is a part of American and African-American culture that should never—and will never—be silenced. Since America was born, black men and women have been lynched for having sex or for being accused of it."


We keep hearing that men in power in Hollywood are afraid of "who's next" in the Time's Up movement. Near as we can tell, you only need to be worried if you're a damn monster…

And the next monster they're targeting is R. Kelly.

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After years of allegations of sexual abuse of young women, the Women of Color of Time's Up have had enough. And while they wait on the ever ponderous justice system, they're going after his supporters.

Read their full statement (courtesy of The Root) AND see the celebrities standing in solidarity (below):

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Women Respond To Rapist Bill Cosby's Guilty Verdict!

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The Bill Cosby rape trial verdict is in. He has finally been found guilty.

For women struggling to find evidence of justice in this fight, it was a moment for laughter, for tears, and unfortunately for more anger — after all, he's just one predator.

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Still, there was celebration. This was a long time coming.

See how Rose McGowan, Chelsea Handler, Amber Ruffin, and more responded to the news (below):

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Bill Cosby Found Guilty!

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UPDATE 2:35 P.M. EST: Reports are now coming in that Cosby went ballistic in the courtroom shortly after the verdict was read.

After sitting quietly the rest of the proceedings, Cosby stood up and "erupted" when prosecutor Kevin Steele asked that his bail be revoked, saying he was a flight risk. Cosby is quoted as yelling:

"Doesn't matter that I have a plane, asshole!

I'm sick of him!"

The judge ruled Cosby will remain free pending sentencing. So he might as well get all his shouting out now.


Bill Cosby guilty!

After years of evasion, the disgraced comedian is finally facing justice, as the jury in his rape retrial came back with a verdict of guilty on ALL COUNTS.

Cosby was charged with three counts of aggravated indecent assault against Andrea Constand based on her claim he drugged and raped her in 2004.

The 80-year-old is potentially facing a sentence tantamount to life in prison — 10 years for each charge.

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If anything this seems like he's getting off light; Cosby has been accused by dozens of women, five of whom took the stand during the trial to show the star's pattern of behavior.

Jurors reportedly came back after a few hours to ask for the legal definition of "consent"; the judge told them only to use their "common sense." Yes. Unconscious people cannot give consent. Not too difficult.

Thankfully they seem to have made the right call. What do YOU think of this verdict?

[Image via W.Wade/WENN.]

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