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Juror from Bill Cosby sexual assault case speaks out: ‘Tears came towards the end’


A juror in the deadlocked Bill Cosby sexual assault trial is speaking out for the first time about the 52 hours of deliberations that in the end resulted in a mistrial. He told NBC affiliate WPXI that the jury was split from the middle with no chance of a consensus, “it was hopeless … from the first time, on.” The prosecution will likely retry the case as early as this fall. NBC’s Stephanie Gosk reports for TODAY.