Veteran prosecutors were puzzled by the promise by former Montgomery County, Pa., District Attorney Bruce Castor never to prosecute comedian Bill Cosby, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. Such deals rarely happen, prosecutors said, simply because it is impossible to know what new information might emerge. When the deals do emerge, they said, it is critical to get the agreement in writing. Castor testified Tuesday on the aggravated indecent-assault charge against Cosby that his 2005 announcement not to file criminal charges . . .
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