From the deposition of Bill Cosby, in the case of Andrea Constand, which the NYT says is "different" from many of the other accusations.
While dozens of women have come forward with accusations of sexual misconduct by Mr. Cosby, the Constand case is unique, not only because it is the singular case that has resulted in criminal charges, but also because there exists so many documentary, albeit conflicting, accounts of what took place....By "documentary," I think the NYT means only that the statements of the 2 witnesses were reduced to writings and these writing still exist.
There is a handwritten statement Ms. Constand gave to investigators in 2005, her federal lawsuit filed later that year and Mr. Cosby’s own words, spoken during four days of sworn testimony in that suit in the fall of 2005 and the spring of 2006.ADDED: The quoted word "different," in the second paragraph of this post appeared in the headline of the article at the time when I wrote this. Later, the headline was "In Bill Cosby Case, 3 Pills, Sips of Wine and a Charge of Sexual Assault." I didn't save the original headline, but it said that the Constand case was "different" from "many" other accusations. You can see that the text of the article — blocked and indented above — calls the Constand case "unique."