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Bill Cosby's Fate Is In The Hands Of A Jury

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June 13, 2017
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Bill Cosby's Lawyers Rested Their Case After Just Six Minutes 

BILL COSBY's fate is now in the hands of the jury.  

His defense lasted a mere SIX MINUTES yesterday, when his attorneys re-called one prosecution witness, questioned him briefly, and then rested their case.

The judge asked Cosby if he agreed with the decision not to call character witnesses or put HIM on the stand, and he said, "Correct!"  In their closing statement, the defense basically just said that what happened between Bill and Andrea Constand was consensual. 

Bill is looking at up to 10 years in prison for three counts of aggravated indecent assault.  On the bright side, Bill's wife CAMILLE came to court with him for the first time. 

 

Did President Trump Send Dennis Rodman to North Korea? 

DENNIS RODMAN is probably in North Korea right now. 

He was spotted yesterday at Beijing International Airport, on his way to Pyongyang.  And there are rumors that PRESIDENT TRUMP sent him there.

It’s certainly unconventional, but it just might work.  Relations with North Korea are in a pretty bad place.  They're detaining four Americans and making a big show out of their missile tests.

And Rodman IS tight with KIM JONG-UN.  He's been there at least four times, for what he calls "basketball diplomacy."  He's also pals with Trump from "Celebrity Apprentice"

 

Did Tiger Woods Go to Rehab? 

TIGER WOODS was pretty messed up on medications when he was popped for DUI last month, and now RadarOnline.com claims he's checked into rehab.

The site says his arrest jeopardizes the custody arrangement he has for his two kids, who are now nine and eight years old.  So, by spending 28 days at a facility where he can clean himself up, he has a better chance at retaining joint custody.

This would apparently be Tiger's third time in rehab.  He was also treated for prescription painkiller addiction back in 2010 . . . and just before that, he did a six-week program in Mississippi for "sex addiction" . . . also known as "getting caught with your hand in the cookie jar."