Catholic university censors comedian about sexual abuse

This video from the USA says about itself:

Hannibal Buress Kicked Off Stage For Mentioning Church Sex Scandal

24 March 2018

You would think Loyola University in Chicago would be somewhat familiar with comedian Hannibal Buress given that he was invited to perform there on Saturday night. But they shut off the microphone just minutes into his act after he criticized the Catholic school’s demands that he not reference rape or sexual assault. (Buress, of course, is best known for pushing the Bill Cosby sexual assault allegations back into the spotlight by highlighting them in his act.)

Read more here.

Comedian Bill Cosby was found guilty on three felony counts of aggravated indecent assault for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in 2004. People in the courtroom gasped as the guilty verdict was handed down, and several women fled the courtroom in tears of joy, hugging one another. Meanwhile, Cosby lashed out at a prosecutor in expletive-filled rant.

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