Bill Cosby Jurors Hounded & Harassed By Thugs After Guilty Verdict
Jurors who voted to put sex monster Bill Cosby behind bars are now being hounded around the clock in a terrifying campaign of threats and harassment, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.
And sources believe the persecution is the work of thugs loyal to the perverted comic!
“They’re stalking people! They followed one juror to the supermarket!” jury member William J. Walsh told RadarOnline.com.
“They called my wife on her cell phone! They called my daughter on her cell phone. They even called my brother!”
After the unanimous guilty verdict, Judge Steven T. O’Neill made the controversial decision to withhold the jurors’ names from both the public and media.
Despite that secrecy, Cosby’s minions apparently managed to obtain the list of 12 jurors, plus the alternates.
“I’m only speculating, but one might assume the defense leaked their names as payback for the verdict,” said one informed source.
“Both the prosecution and defense would obviously have the list. It’s a question of who had motive to release them.”
When contacted by a team of RadarOnline.com reporters who fanned out across eastern Pennsylvania, every juror — except Walsh — refused to speak on the record for terror of being targeted!
The relative of one juror claimed he was armed and demanded RadarOnline.com lay off — or else!
“Get off my property! I have a gun!” the irate man ordered our reporter.
Walsh — a retired, yet still tough, 58-year-old trucker and former Teamster — told RadarOnline.com: “There are a lot of crazies in the world. For all I know, someone might come by and slash my tires!”
The seven male and five female jurors were sequestered during the two-week trial and deliberated for only 14 hours over two days before finding Cosby guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault on April 26
The comic was on trial for the 2004 knock-out drug attack of Andrea Constand inside his mansion in Cheltenham, just north of Philadelphia.
Walsh and another juror, who wished to remain anonymous, told RadarOnline.com the decision to convict Cosby was a slam dunk.
“It was the clear-cut evidence that found him guilty,” the second juror told The ENQUIRER.
“Each witness was consistent in describing what happened. That’s why I felt he was guilty.”
When asked if any of the jurors thought Cosby was innocent, Walsh told RadarOnline.com: “Not even close!"
“We sat there, we listened to the evidence, we went into a room and we came up with a decision. End of story.”
As RadarOnline.com has reported, Cosby is living in the lap of luxury in his $5 million mansion in leafy Cheltenham while awaiting sentencing in September. He faces up to 30 years behind bars.
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The lecherous pervert is spending his final days of freedom smoking what looks to be illegal marijuana , gorging on “Reduced Guilt” potato chips and scratching off lotto tickets.
At Cosby’s upcoming two-day sentencing hearing, Constand, 45, will be allowed to give a victim impact statement. Cosby can also bring his own character witnesses to speak on his behalf.
The second juror told RadarOnline.com the disgraced comic should definitely serve time, but thinks the maximum sentence is too harsh.
“Let’s be realistic. He’s an 80-year-old man. He’s not going to make 30 years in prison,” the juror told RadarOnline.com.
“But he was found guilty by a jury of his peers, so I think he should get some time in prison. You do the crime, you have to pay the consequences. That’s the way it is.”
THE BRAVE MEN & WOMEN WHO SERVED JUSTICE
Juror #1: Harrison William Snyder (white male)
Juror #2: Cheryl A. Carmel (white female)
Juror #3: Dianne M. Scelza (neighbor of court reporter/white female)
Juror #4: Gwen C. Brokenborough (black female)
Juror #5: Ryan Matthews Watts (white male)
Juror #6: Quaison Bok-Keem Bates (black male)
Juror #7: William J. Walsh (white male)
Juror #8: Donnie Marie Bauer (white female)
Juror #9: Joseph C. O’Neill (white male)
Juror #10: Stephanie M. Shaffer (white female)
Juror #11: Thomas M. Sieringer (white male)
Juror #12: Nicolas Joseph Lynch (white male)
Alternate #1: Kenneth James Matthews (black male)
Alternate #2: Theresa T. Olivieri (white female)
Alternate #3: Shawn E. Elijah (black male)
Alternate #4: Kim Priceford (black female)
Alternate #5: Michael Jacob (white male)
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