Bill Cosby Knew He Would Get Hung Jury In Sex Assault Trial

Jun. 18 2017, Updated 6:58 p.m. ET

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The fallen television icon knew that prosecutors had to convince all 12 jurors that he was guilty as charged.

And according to sources Cosby reminded friends and family during breaks at the high profile case that this would be hard for them to do.

"All I need is one, man," Cosby was heard saying repeatedly.

And after two weeks of testimony and deliberations those words became the shamed comic's 'mantra' at the trial.

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Despite being under immense pressure Cosby, 79, still acted smugly when he was escorted through the halls of Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas in Norristown, Pa.

Led by court officers into a tiny conference room away from the press and public Cosby dubbed the area 'my dressing room' as he took counsel with his legal team. revealed prosecutors claim that they will attempt to retry Cosby on sex assault charges after the trial ended in a hung jury despite over 50 hours of deliberating.

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