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Bill Cosby Was he Set Up

Scribe: N. Tru Bass

Email: ntb@thehtinkering.com

 

I love true democracy, and growing up in the United States of American we have been sold an idea of living the American dream and living in a true democracy. However, it would have to be called a false allegation, as a result of intentional lying.

According to an article written in 1992 by Bill Carter Cosby sent his representatives to New York city to negotiate a deal with NBC. Cosby enjoyed another Cinderella run in the 1980’s with the Cosby show. I said another, due to the comic strip tv show Fat Albert, would have to be considered a Cinderella run. Norman Brokaw, the chief Executive of the William Morris Agency and Cosby’s personal agent for 30 + years initiated a meeting with Robert C. Wright the networks president after it was clear the network was taking buy out offers.

 

This article was published on 29 October, 1992. For more than two years NBC had be the subject of continuing rumors that it was for sale, especially since its ratings had taken a deep dip.

The longtime comedian’s attorney Herbert H. Chaice, headed a meeting with Wright who headed the General Electric corporation who owns NBC. Chaice worked out of the Manhattan firm of Patterson, Belknap, Webb & Tyler. The story suggested the asking price would have likely been around $4 billion at the time.

In 2014, a Wilhelmina Model’s model got a go see that she says was a Bill Cosby set up. One of the two men that she met with offered a $5000 bonus for her to gather pictures and sperm of the storied funnyman.

One of his more famous co-workers Phylicia Rashad made clear early on in the allegations against Mr. Cosby, it look like a setup and an attempt to destroy the legacy of a great man. 

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