A juror who voted to convict Bill Cosby of sexual assault said the comic’s own words sealed his fate — and that he’s certain he and other jurors reached the right verdict
Harrison Snyder appeared on ‘GMA’ Monday and said the unimpeachable evidence that led to the comedian being found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt of drugging and molesting Andrea Constand in 2004 — Cosby fessing up.
Snyder admitted he knew ZILCH about the mounting allegations against the comedian heading into the trial and didn’t think it was “an open-and-shut” case. But, what sealed the disgraced comedian’s fate was his own deposition.
Check out the clip below.