Wednesday, January 06, 2016



JEWISH KING JESUS IS COMING AT THE RAPTURE FOR US IN THE CLOUDS-DON'T MISS IT FOR THE WORLD.THE BIBLE TAKEN LITERALLY- WHEN THE PLAIN SENSE MAKES GOOD SENSE-SEEK NO OTHER SENSE-LEST YOU END UP IN NONSENSE.GET SAVED NOW- CALL ON JESUS TODAY.THE ONLY SAVIOR OF THE WHOLE EARTH - NO OTHER. 1 COR 15:23-JESUS THE FIRST FRUITS-CHRISTIANS RAPTURED TO JESUS-FIRST FRUITS OF THE SPIRIT-23 But every man in his own order: Christ the firstfruits; afterward they that are Christ’s at his coming.ROMANS 8:23 And not only they, but ourselves also, which have the firstfruits of the Spirit, even we ourselves groan within ourselves, waiting for the adoption, to wit, the redemption of our body.(THE PRE-TRIB RAPTURE)

Drugging-rape timeline by cosby of 39 of the 50+ women

01. Kristina Ruehli-Year of Alleged Incident: 1965
02. Carla Ferrigno-Year of Alleged Incident: 1967
03. Joan Tarshis-Year of Alleged Incident: 1969
04. Cindra Ladd-Year of Alleged Incident: 1969
05. Victoria Valentino-Year of Alleged Incident: 1970
06. Autumn Burns-Year of Alleged Incident: 1970
07. Louisa Mortiz-Year Of Alleged Incident: 1971
08. Donna Motsinger-Year of Alleged Incident: 1971
09. Katherine McKee-Year of Alleged Incident: Early 1970s
10. Helen Hayes-Year Of Alleged Incident: 1973
11. Judy Huth-Year Of Alleged Incident: 1974
12. Tamara Green-Year of Alleged Incident: 1975
13. Marcella Tate-Year of Alleged Incident: 1975
14. Therese Serignese-Year(s) Of Alleged Incident: Mid-1970s
15. Shawn Brown-Year of Alleged Incident: Mid-1970s
16. Joyce Emmons-Year of Alleged Incident: Late 1970s
17. P.J. Masten-Year of Alleged Incident: 1979
18. Linda Kirkpatrick-Year of Alleged Incident: Early 1980s
19. Lynn Neal-Year of Alleged Incident: Early 1980s
20. Janice Baker-Kinney-Year of Alleged Incident: Early 1980s
21. Janice Dickinson-Year of Alleged Incident: 1982
22. Renita Chaney Hill-Years of Alleged Incident: 1982-1986
23. Beth Ferrier-Years of Alleged Incident: Early to mid-1980s
24. Heidi Thomas-Year of Alleged Incident: 1984
25. Beverly Johnson-Year of Alleged Incident: Mid-1980s
26. Sammie Mays-Year of Alleged Incident: Mid-'80s
27. Barbara Bowman-Year of Alleged Incident: 1986
28. Lisa Jones-Year Of Alleged Incident: 1986
29. Chelan-Year Of Alleged Incident: 1986
30. Jena T.-Year of Alleged Incident: 1988
31. Lisa-Year of Alleged Incident: 1988
32. Jewel Allison-Year(s) of Alleged Incident: Late-1980s
33. Kacey-Year of Alleged Incident: Early 1990s
34. Angela Leslie-Year of Alleged Incident: 1992
35. Lili Bernard-Year of Alleged Incident: 1992
36. Michelle Hurd-Year of Alleged Incident: 1995
37. Lachelle Covington-Year of Alleged Incident: 2000
38. Andrea Constand-Year of Alleged Incident:January 2004
39. Chloe Goins-Year of Alleged Incident: 2008
40. Linda Ridgeway Whitedeer -Year of Alleged Incident: 1970s
41. Colleen Hughes-Year of Alleged Incident: 1970s
42. Eden Tirl-Year of Alleged Incident: 1989


Bill Cosby Arraigned for Alleged Aggravated Indecent Assault Bill Cosby Arraigned for Alleged Aggravated Indecent Assault-pic-yahoonews-COSBYS MUGSHOT FOR ALLEGED PENETRATION AND DRUGGING OF ANDREA CONSTAND IN 2004.


2 TIMOTHY 3:13
13 But evil men and seducers (RAPERS AND SEX SIN DOERS) shall wax worse and worse, deceiving, and being deceived.

U.S. judge orders deposition of Cosby's wife kept under seal-Reuters By Scott Malone-JAN 5,16-YAHOONEWS

BOSTON (Reuters) - A U.S. magistrate judge has ordered that a deposition of Bill Cosby's wife in connection with sexual assault allegations against the comedian should be kept under seal.The order, entered by Magistrate Judge David Hennessy late on Monday in U.S. District Court in Springfield, Massachusetts, follows a request by Cosby family attorneys to delay the interview of Camille Cosby, the entertainer's spouse of almost 52 years and business manager. She is scheduled to be deposed on Wednesday.The Massachusetts civil suit is one of a series of legal actions Cosby, 78, is facing over claims by more than 50 women that the actor sexually assaulted them after plying them with drugs and alcohol, in alleged instances that played out over decades.Cosby's lawyers had argued that the intimate nature of the questions Camille Cosby could face in the deposition could cause her embarrassment if they were released publicly.People magazine on Tuesday reported that Camille remained firm in her support of her husband, citing an unnamed source the magazine said was close to the family."They remain steadfast and resolute about working through this together," People quoted the source as saying.A spokesman for Cosby did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the report.Prosecutors in Pennsylvania last week charged Cosby, best known for his role as the father character in the 1980s television hit "The Cosby Show," with sexually assaulting a women in 2004. That is the only criminal case filed against Cosby, who has repeatedly denied wrongdoing.Cosby is free on $1 million bail and his lawyer has said the entertainer is not guilty and will not consider a plea bargain.The Massachusetts civil lawsuit against Cosby was filed in December 2014 by Tamara Green, later joined by six other women, who contend that Cosby sexually assaulted or abused and then defamed them by calling each a liar, court documents said.Last month Cosby counter-sued the women, claiming that they had defamed him by accusing him of sexual assault.(Reporting by Scott Malone; Editing by Bill Trott and Cynthia Osterman)

Cosby lawyers ask to delay Camille Cosby's deposition-Reuters By David Ingram-JAN 5,16- YAHOONEWS

(Reuters) - Lawyers for Bill Cosby and his wife, Camille, asked a federal judge on Monday to delay a deposition by her scheduled for Wednesday in a defamation lawsuit brought by seven women who allege the entertainer sexually abused them.The lawyers said in papers filed in U.S. district court in Massachusetts that the sworn interview should be delayed pending an appeal on whether Camille Cosby could be required to testify at all.On Dec. 31, a federal magistrate judge in Massachusetts rejected arguments by Camille Cosby, the comedian's wife of almost 52 years and his business manager, that the deposition would represent an "undue burden."Cosby lawyers argued the intimate nature of the questions expected during the deposition justified a delay, noting that their ability to object to such evidence at trial would not spare their client embarrassment."The Magistrate has suggested that the plaintiffs may ask Mrs. Cosby about the most intimate details of her marital life, including her husband's sexual 'proclivities,'" Camille Cosby's attorneys wrote. "A trial objection will do Mrs. Cosby little good if the private and intimate details of her marital life are discussed during deposition and released to the media thereafter."The Dec. 31 ruling came a day after Cosby, 78, was charged with sexually assaulting a woman who prosecutors say the comedian plied with drugs and alcohol in 2004, the only criminal case filed against the entertainer.More than 50 women have come forward to accuse Cosby, best known for his role in the 1980s television hit "The Cosby Show" of sexually assaulting them after plying them with drugs or alcohol. Cosby has repeatedly denied wrongdoing and many of the allegations involve decades-old incidents.Cosby is free on $1 million bail, and his lawyer has said the entertainer is not guilty and will not consider a plea bargain.The Massachusetts civil lawsuit against Cosby was filed in December 2014 by Tamara Green, later joined by six other women, who contend that Cosby sexually assaulted or abused and then defamed them by calling each a liar, court documents said.Cosby last month counter-sued the women, claiming that they had defamed him by accusing him of sexual assault.U.S. Magistrate Judge David Hennessy also rejected arguments by Camille Cosby that she lacked any first-hand knowledge of the events at issue, and that the court should protect her from "unnecessary harassment" by limiting the scope of the subpoena.(Reporting by David Ingram in New York; Additional reporting by Scott Malone in Boston; Editing by Steve Orlofsky and Sandra Maler)

Pennsylvania prosecutor makes good on promise to charge Cosby-Reuters By Laila Kearney-December 30, 2015 3:48 PM-YAHOONEWS

(Reuters) - A Pennsylvania prosecutor who campaigned for district attorney on the promise of becoming the first in the United States to charge comedian Bill Cosby with sexual assault fulfilled his pledge on Wednesday, a week before he officially takes office.Kevin Steele, a Democrat elected in November to serve as Montgomery County district attorney, announced a single felony charge against Cosby, who has been accused of drugging and sexually assaulting dozens of women dating back to the 1960's."Reopening this case was not a question. Rather, reopening this case was our duty as law enforcement officers with a sworn obligation to uphold our constitutions and to uphold the law," Steele told a news conference.Neither Cosby nor his representatives could be reached for comment. They have consistently denied allegations of sexual misconduct.The charge stemmed from allegations that Cosby drugged and sexually assaulted a woman in 2004 at his Philadelphia-area mansion. The accuser, Andrea Constand, a former basketball team manager at Temple University in Philadelphia, settled a civil case against Cosby in 2006.In a deposition taken for the civil lawsuit, Cosby said he supplied women with sedatives before sex.The case against Cosby was opened earlier this year by the current district attorney, Risa Vetri Ferman, who will be sworn in as county judge on January 5. Steele had served as her deputy prosecutor.Cosby was charged days before the statute of limitations was due to run out on the case involving Constand. The statute of limitations has expired on many of the other accusations against Cosby.In the weeks running up to the November election, Steele and his Republican opponent Bruce Castor said publicly that they would make prosecuting Cosby a top priority if elected.Castor was district attorney in 2004, and he declined to file charges against Cosby when the case was brought to him, citing weak evidence.The decision not to prosecute became a focal point of Steele's election campaign, with him saying that Castor had "failed the victims.""Castor didn't even try," one of Steele's 30-second televised campaign ads claimed.In the weeks leading up the election, in which Steele won 50.33 percent to Castor's 49.67 percent, Steele touted his record of successfully prosecuting sex offenders. At Wednesday's press conference, Steele said new evidence had emerged in the case earlier this year. Experts have said the case against Cosby, who has been bombarded with accusations of sexual assault by more than 50 women, strengthened in the decade since Constand filed her complaint.(Reporting by Laila Kearney; Editing by Frank McGurty, Toni Reinhold)

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