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Protesters, comedy fans clash at Bill Cosby's Baltimore performance

Protesters, comedy fans clash at Bill Cosby's Baltimore performance

The four women stood on the same brick sidewalk Friday night outside the Modell Center for the Performing Arts. All four identified themselves as survivors of sexual assault. But in every other way that mattered, they were miles apart. Two of the women carried signs and a megaphone and said they were there on behalf of the dozens of women who say they were sexually abused by Bill Cosby between 1965 and 2008. Julia Griffin, 19, of Towson, and Sonja Kinzer, 46, of Glen Arm, said they want to make sure that Cosby never performs his standup act in Baltimore again. The other two — Zeanyanna Johnson, 51, and Ruth Flowers, 82 — came out in support of the entertainer, who denies...

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