Source: Dylan Stableford / Yahoo! News
Bill Cosby weighed in on George Zimmerman’s acquittal on Thursday, telling a Virginia radio show that the prosecution did not do a good job presenting its case for second-degree murder in the killing of Trayvon Martin.
“The prosecution did not tell the story well and they lost,” Cosby said in an interview with the DomNnate Radio Show. “If you’re a lawyer and I’m a lawyer and I’m going up against you and we both have to talk to a jury, we present our story and I think if I don’t present the story well enough, that you will win.”
The 76-year-old comedian was then asked if he thought if racial profiling was used in Zimmerman’s pursuit of Martin.
“Let me just tell you this man,” Cosby said. “See this racial stuff goes into a whole bunch of discussion which has stuff that you can’t prove. You can’t prove that somebody is a racist unless they come out and do the act that is found to be that.”
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