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Bill Cosby: Is he a serial rapist?

Bill Cosby is by definition a serial rapist and a sociopath if one believes the forty plus women who have come forward with allegations that they were raped by Cosby over the past decades.

As an ex-cop who has been watching the media the past several months I, like anyone else who has common sense would have to agree that Cosby, aka Alexander Scott, Fat Albert and Dr. Cliff Huxtable, appears to be by all accounts a despicable piece of trash walking around passing himself off as a human being.

Bill Cosby has at the very least a lack of moral responsibility and has no remorse for what he has done. That makes him a sociopath.

With the staggering amount of women who have come forward and there probably will be more to be heard from in the future he will go down — if convicted — in the history books as one of the most prolific serial rapists of all time. Whether Cosby will ever be convicted in a criminal trial or lose in a civil trial, in the court of public opinion, by most accounts he is already guilty and justifiably so.

Listening to the women who have come forward publicly, in my opinion he is most definitely a serial rapist. Giving drugs to women without their knowledge to have unwanted sexual activity puts Cosby right in that category.

Obtaining the drugs before the act is premeditation plain and simple.

Cosby used his fame and reputation as a shield to protect himself, knowing before the commission of his crimes that his public standing as a celebrity would give him credence over any accuser. After all, any woman making charges of rape against a celebrity or any public figure would have an uphill battle, if history has shown us anything.

Listening to the accounts of the women who have come forward describing in detail what they endured as a result of Cosby’s criminal acts can only turn the stomachs of any decent human being.

Cosby knew exactly what he was doing with all these women.

As there seems to be no collaboration among Cosby’s accusers, each of these women thought that what happened to them was an isolated incident. They had no knowledge that it had happened to other victims before and after. That is until some of the women went public. Then those victims who had experienced the same thing finally realized that they were not alone. And that happens a lot in rape cases.

When a woman who has been sexually assaulted makes the determination to come forward, that takes plenty of guts. My heart goes out to all of them. They risk public embarrassment and having their private life become scrutinized because some piece of trash decided to use a drugged up, helpless woman for his sexual gratification and most of all; his power over them.

What really ticked me off was how the media and some Hollywood celebrities attacked the women who were accusing Cosby of these despicable acts. Then what happened was more and more women came forward. And only then after getting smacked in the face with all these accounts did people turn on Cosby.

Bill Cosby’s supporters are now jumping like rats off a sinking ship. Corporate America, like Disney, is publicly discarding him like the piece of toilet paper he is.

What about his friends, family and those in his entourage? Did any of them know what he was doing over the years or at the very least, suspect it. Time will tell.

There have been allegations and rumors in Las Vegas about Cosby for years. Stories of prostitutes, who had to be white and blonde haired, going in and out of his room at the Las Vegas Hilton when he was there in the 70’s and 80’s. Some of those prostitutes were allegedly brutalized so bad that they had to be taken to Sunrise Hospital. Money talks and covers up a lot especially in Vegas at that time. And if you have a local police officer working with your entourage, the possibilities to cover up crimes are endless.

The women Bill Cosby abused most likely will never get the justice they so deservingly should have. The statute of limitations took care of that.

As for Bill Cosby, he will have to answer to a higher authority when his life in this world is over. Maybe then the women he allegedly raped will finally get their justice.


About the author

Doug Poppa

Doug Poppa is a US Army Military Police Veteran, former law enforcement officer, criminal investigator and private sector security and investigations management professional with 40 years of experience. In 1986 Mr. Poppa was awarded “Criminal Investigator of the Year” by the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office in Virginia for his undercover work in narcotics enforcement. He was also re-assigned to the Northern Virginia Regional Narcotics Enforcement Task Force for 18 months. In 1991 and again in 1992 Mr. Poppa’s testimony under oath in court led to the discovery that exculpatory evidence was withheld from the defense by the prosecutor and sheriff’s office officials during the 1988 trial of a man accused of attempted murder of his wife that led to his conviction. As a result of his testimony the man was ordered released from prison, given a new trial in 1992 and found not guilty. Mr. Poppa became the subject of local and national news media attention as a result of his testimony which led to the demise of his 12-year police career. After losing his job, at the request of the FBI, Mr. Poppa infiltrated in an undercover capacity a group of men who were plotting the kidnapping of a Dupont Chemical fortune heir and his wife in 1992. His stories have been featured on Inside Edition, A Current Affair, and CBS News’ Street Stories with Ed Bradley. Contact the author.

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  1. Gregg H says:

    I wonder if Mr. Cosby ever killed a woman. Some of his accusers have described how violent the encounters were. One woman described him smothering her with a pillow and her gasping for air. Another described waking up battered, bruised and swollen all over. I don’t think it would be that unlikely that he killed someone. They should check for any raped murder victims found near where he was known to be over the last decades. There may be collected and saved DNA samples. No statute of limitations on murder.


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