Seriously? Bill Cosby is having 'amazing' experience in prison


In the weird statement, Cosby says he'll "never have remorse", blames his verdict on a "corrupt Judge", and calls himself a "political prisoner" akin to "Martin Luther King, Jr., Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela" and others. Wow.

The disgraced TV legend not only called prison an "amazing experience" according to spokesperson Andrew Wyatt, he also dictated a message to the public.

Cosby, 81, was convicted last April on three counts of aggravated indecent assault.

Cosby was moved to the prison's general population two weeks ago and is now in a single cell without a cellmate, said Amy Worden, press secretary for the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections. "He's not sad. He's not remorseful because he did nothing wrong". And what America has said is that women don't lie.

"And he hasn't drank any coffee since he's been in there".

Cosby's stance could leave him to serve the high end of a three- to 10-year prison term since sex offenders often must show remorse to win parole.

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'However, a low-life District Attorney and a corrupt Judge needed me Guilty now.

Cosby's lengthy path to conviction began in 2004 when Constand accused him of sexual assault. The fate of Bill Cosby lies in the hands of a United States jury as they deliberate on whether or not the disgraced entertainer sexually assaulted a former university employee more than 13 years ago.

He was arrested in 2015 after a new team of prosecutors took up Constand's case, which was the only case that occurred within the statute of limitations. "He does not want her to visit him".

He reiterated his argument, which he has made for more than three years and through two trials, that he was not charged in 2005 in connection with Constand's allegations and he later settled her civil suit against him for almost $4 million.

It was reported on Friday that Cosby had transferred to the general prison population, after spending his first four months in special housing. However, Cosby does speak to Camille three times a day for three minutes a call - the maximum amount of time he can spend on the phone. He added that Cosby is "mentally strong" and had long prepared himself for being in prison because he felt the district attorney was out to get him.