Bill Cosby is in Canada for a few shows this week (even CNN is covering the story) . His performances have been met with protests. Given the accusations of rape it is understandable. But in Canada as in the U.S. the concept of innocent until proven guilty is a given. While that applies to the legal system, clearly the court of public opinion is not held to the same standard. In one radio interview I heard a demonstration organizer state that given the number of allegations, they must be true. Really? Bill Cosby has a lot of things to answer but the tone of the comment just seemed to be gossipy for lack of a better word. Until something legal actually transpires, I am going to ignore all things Cosby.