Bill Cosby has been accused of first drugging, and then sexually assaulting women.
He has always advised blacks not to "play the race card" in life. Now, we have a statement from him that should be answered.
20 or more women have accused Crosby of drugging and sexually assaulting them.
We took one full statement from an alleged victim and analyzed it. It showed veracity.
The statements from Bill Cosby have all been deflective statements. He has refused to state that he did not commit such crimes. In fact, in a 1969 comedic album, he jokes about drugging women for sex.
He has not only not issued a reliable denial, but has shown repeatedly that he has a need to avoid answering the allegation.
People rarely lie outright instead choosing to edit their words in manner which leaves out critical information: lie by omission.
Now, he goes on the attack, a common tactic in the overall strategy of a deceptive person. When one cannot answer the message, discredit the messenger.
We saw this in Lance Armstrong.
We saw Marion Jones go after USADA as a corrupt organization out to get her.
Now, it is not the rape victims he is answering, but the color of the person asking (or not asking) the questions!
I spend a lot of time (and energy) Human Services professionals how much damage liars do to their companies and how they can screen them out before being hired, by Statement Analysis. Liars, rather than answer the allegations, often go after those who 'dare' challenge them, including the tearing down of companies, reputations and individuals in a 'scorched earth' policy. Liars are not those who say how nice you look; they are those who put themselves first, before their company's material interests, and before the interests of their co workers. They steal, cheat, and lie. They are more times likely to "fall" down, and file a fake suit, which, in the least, is going to cost time and money to defend, and stress for all.
Avoidance is cheapest and best.
Here, Cosby has not filed suit, yet, but indicts non-black journalists and media for asking him about the allegations.
After spending years telling blacks that their own culture was keeping them down, he now seeks to curry favor with them with the following statement, after making professional threats against a CNN journalist who asked him to address the allegation.
"Let me say this. I only expect the black media to uphold the standards of excellence in journalism and when you do that you have to go in with a neutral mind."
The analysis of the victim is found HERE
Will he hear condemnation of such an obvious racist statement?
Al Sharpton has been paid not to cry "racists" at certain companies. Will he speak up? Eric Holder?
After Ferguson and the White House' portray of police officers as inherently racist, does our country need any more tearing apart by skin color?
Cosby, unable to answer the allegations, has now done what he has advised others not to do: he has played the race card.