Bill Cosby Quaalude Revelation: What’s Wrong Here?

A 2005 deposition by Bill Cosby proves that he admitted 10 years using Quaadludes to drug young women in order to get them to have sex with him. But his lawyers suppressed this document. Now that it's out, think about all the women whose stories weren't believed while he continued to deny their claims What's wrong with the system?
Written by Ted Rall

A 2005 deposition reveals that Bill Cosby admitted to using Quaaludes to drug women. Here’s Ted Rall on the Bill Cosby Quaadlude revelation. Cartoon.

aNewDomain — A 2005 deposition shows Bill Cosby admitted 10 years ago to using Quaaludes to drug young women in order to have sex with them. But his lawyers suppressed this document. Now that the Bill Cosby Quaadlude revelation is out, think about all the women whose stories weren’t believed while Bill Cosby continued to deny their claims. What’s wrong with the system?

A 2005 deposition by Bill Cosby proves that he admitted 10 years using Quaadludes to drug young women in order to get them to have sex with him. But his lawyers suppressed this document. Now that it's out, think about all the women whose stories weren't believed while he continued to deny their claims What's wrong with the system?
Bill Cosby Quaalude cartoon: Ted Rall for aNewDomain

For aNewDomain, I’m Ted Rall.

1 Comment

  • Quaaludes aren’t a date rape drug. The allegations have not been subject to any level of scrutiny either by the criminal justice system or the media. Bill Cosby was under surveillance from the 60s onwards by the FBI starting with his appearance on the Enemies List, if at the time of Emmett Till and other lynchings Bill Cosby, a black man, was guilty of anything the FBI would have used it, that’s why he was under surveillance, after all.

    This whole situation, knowing what some of us do about the US government’s “behaviour,” is too orchestrated or choreographed. A black man in America starting out on his career in the 1960s, under surveillance by the FBI (and knows it) along with other black activists, decides to attack white women and hopes to get away with it? Moreoever, these women collude with the deception and so does the FBI. I’m not even American and I don’t believe that rubbish.

    Without a court case you cannot convict, that should have dissappeared with the Ku Klux Klan and lynching. Clearly it hasn’t.