Mikhail Markhasev typed story, signed sticky note

Mikhail Markhasev typed story, signed sticky note


Ennis William Cosby (April 15, 1969 – January 16, 1997) was the third child and only son of American comedian Bill Cosby and his wife, Camille Cosby. Cosby, 27, was a graduate student at Columbia University in New York, where he was working toward his doctorate in special education. He had graduated from Morehouse College in 1992, despite struggling with dyslexia, and planned to set up a school for children with learning disabilities.

In the early hours of January 16, 1997, Cosby was visiting friends in Los Angeles and driving north on Interstate 405 through the Sepulveda Pass when, at approximately 1 a.m., he pulled off the freeway onto Skirball Center Drive to fix a flat tire. He called a friend, Stephanie Crane, who drove to meet him; she parked behind him to light the area with her headlights while Cosby changed the tire. She later testified that a man came to her window and told her, "Open the door or I'll kill you." Frightened, Crane drove away but after approximately 50 feet turned her car around and came back. She saw a man running away and found Cosby lying on the ground in a pool of blood next to the driver's side of his dark green Mercedes-Benz. He had been shot in the head.

The envelope is handwritten, included is a typed story Markhasev wrote, with a hand signed sticky note.

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