Bill Cosby

A mistrial doesn’t mean vindication

Well, that didn’t take long. Less than a week after a mistrial was declared in the case against Bill Cosby, he has announced that he plans to help young men avoid being accused of sexual assault.

What does a mistrial in the Bill Cosby sexual assault case mean for victims?

For us at KCSARC, we wonder: Are we making progress for victims?

With the jurors of last week’s trial deadlocked, and a mistrial declared, I re-read my thoughts from last year when 35 women came forward stating that Bill Cosby had sexually assaulted them.  My own assessment of our progress has changed—and I’m motivated and encouraged.

Who is Believable?

We recently shared an article on the KCSARC Facebook page about Shia LeBeouf, an actor who recently came forward to say a woman raped him during his recent art show. You can see the article and the Facebook post here.

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