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“Mr. Cosby, power is back” says spokesman after mistrial

By Reuters
17 June 2017   |   4:05 pm
Bill Cosby's spokesman and attorneys speak to reporters after a Pennsylvania judge on Saturday declared a mistrial in Cosby's sexual assault case after the jury said it could not reach a verdict.

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