Bill Cosby: 'I have no remorse'

Joann Johnston
February 13, 2019

Bill Cosby (C) is taken away in handcuffs after being sentenced to 3-10 years in his sexual assault retrial at the Montgomery County Courthouse on September 25, 2018 in Norristown, Pennsylvania.

When questioned over Cosby's actual words, Wyatt reiterated, "Yeah". Not for justice, but for their political aspirations.

"I now have a temporary residence that resembles the quarters of some of the Greatest Political Prisoners - Martin Luther King, Jr., Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Randal Robinson, and Dr. Benjamin Chavis", the missive continues.

'I stand upright as a political prisoner and I smile. "The Truth is Strong!" he said. That was Cosby's idea, said Wyatt.

Cosby is now serving a three- to 10-year sentence at the State Correctional Institute Phoenix in Collegeville after a jury found him guilty on three counts of aggravated indecent assault for a 2004 incident in which Andrea Constand alleged that she was drugged and sexually molested by Cosby at his Pennsylvania home.

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As far as his mental and physical state, Wyatt said Cosby has lost weight while behind bars; as the wakes up early to exercise in his cell. Last week, the spokesman noted that Cosby has little interaction with the facility's other inmates. The comedian, 81, is now with the general population, but has his own room and has prisoners who serve as his helpers, due to his age and blindness.

"He doesn't want to have them in that environment", Wyatt told The Associated Press.

While Cosby is now living in general population, he is living mostly separated from the other inmates at the prison, except for the inmates that have been assigned to help him around because of his vision problems, Wyatt told CNN. He knows he's innocent and he's kept his head up'.

Unfortunately for Cosby, he still has more legal battles to look forward to. He will be allowed phone calls and visitation in accordance with policy, as well as opportunity to exercise during the classification process.

'He follows the rules and respects the guards.

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