CBS Evening News has published a statement from Camille Cosby about the myriad sexual assault allegations against her husband:
NEW: Billy Cosby's wife Camille releases statement comparing coverage of her husband to Rolling Stone UVA rape story pic.twitter.com/lzWdytGC22— CBS Evening News (@CBSEveningNews) December 15, 2014
A number of details in Rolling Stone's story about the gang rape of a University of Virginia student have been found to be untrue, and at this point, it appears that the alleged victim at the center of the story may have fabricated the incident.
For what it's worth, though, Rolling Stone's fundamental error was its choice not to contact or even identify the men said to have raped Jackie; Cosby has had opportunity to respond to allegations but has not done so on the record, instead issuing statements through representatives that have referred to various accusers as unreliable and their accusations as false without discussing specific details. (It's also a matter of public record that several of Cosby's accusers at the very least knew him—in some cases, they performed with him.)