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Good riddance, Bill Cosby; sex crimes aren't funny

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Bill Cosby lashed out at an attorney after Cosby's conviction Thursday afternoon.
"I'm sick of him!" Cosby screamed at District Attorney Kevin Steele after Cosby's conviction of drugging and molesting a woman.
Guess what Mr. Pudding Pops? We are sick of you.
We are sick of your predatory disguise.
We are sick of you using your position of power to grope, fondle and assault women.
We are sick of your fake persona, all mom and apple pie and America's Dad when you were nothing but a Super Freak.
No sympathy for the devil Billy Boy, even though we can give you credit for becoming the naughty celebrity poster boy of the #MeToo movement.
Go rot in jail, where you will likely be spending his final years in prison after a jury found you guilty of sexually violating Temple University employee Andrea Constand at your suburban Philadelphia home in 2004.
Constand testified that Cosby drugged her and sexually assaulted her when she visited his home to ask for career advice.
Cosby faces 10 years in prison on each count of aggravated indecent assault, although he will likely serve them concurrently. It doesn't matter. Cosby is 80. Do the Math.
Maybe he will keel over while making license plates.
A little rough on Brother Bill, you may ask?
Hardly. There were likely more women who were victimized by him. Plenty more. Nearly 60 women have accused Cosby of sexual assault. Prosecutors put five other women on the stand who testified that Cosby—married for 54 years -- drugged and violated them in other incidents.
"I feel like I'm dreaming," Lili Bernard, who has accused Cosby of assault, said after the verdict. "I feel like my faith in humanity is restored."
Another woman asked him through her tears at the trial, "You remember, don't you, Mr. Cosby?"
Hopefully he will remember.
While he rots in prison.
Goodbye, Liar, Fraud and Rapist.
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Florida State defensive back Derwin James talks about being draft by the Los Angeles Chargers, being passed on by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and his time with the Seminoles.
Florida State defensive back Derwin James talks about being draft by the Los Angeles Chargers, being passed on by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and his time with the Seminoles.
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Matt Murschel talks about the odds of the 2018 NFL draft, specifically for UCF's coveted Shaquem Griffin.
Matt Murschel talks about the odds of the 2018 NFL draft, specifically for UCF's coveted Shaquem Griffin.
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UCF football star Shaquem Griffin made a big impression on NBC's 'Today' show on Monday as he gets ready for this week's NFL draft.
UCF football star Shaquem Griffin made a big impression on NBC's 'Today' show on Monday as he gets ready for this week's NFL draft.
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Scenes from the Class 1A and 2A 2018 FHSAA Region Track & Field Meet, at First Academy in Orlando, Wednesday, April 25, 2018.  (Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel)
Scenes from the Class 1A and 2A 2018 FHSAA Region Track & Field Meet, at First Academy in Orlando, Wednesday, April 25, 2018.  (Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel)
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Solar Bears goaltender Mackenzie Skapski and forward Curtis Miske talk about the team's reaction to the news of the bus crash in Canada earlier this month that killed 16 and inured 13 from the Humboldt Broncos hockey team, from the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL). (Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel)
Solar Bears goaltender Mackenzie Skapski and forward Curtis Miske talk about the team's reaction to the news of the bus crash in Canada earlier this month that killed 16 and inured 13 from the Humboldt Broncos hockey team, from the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL). (Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel)
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