Bill Cosby's spokesman says he thinks prison is an "amazing experience"

Lula Sharp
February 14, 2019

Bill Cosby is speaking out from behind bars, comparing himself to political prisoners like Nelson mandela and Gandhi.

In an interview with NBC10, Cosby rep Andrew Wyatt was explicit: "Yeah, he used the term fantastic experience".

In a statement released on February 13 by his press representative, Andrew Wyatt, Cosby said he had no remorse and never had remorse.

'I stand upright as a political prisoner and I smile. "He's not sad. He's not remorseful because he did nothing wrong". He is serving his sentence at maximum-security SCI Phoenix facility outside Philadelphia.

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. As for all other general population prisoners, Cosby must be accounted for in his cell seven times each day.

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The normally gregarious Cosby, nevertheless keeps to himself in prison, but the charismatic man remains popular among the other prisoners.

His first sexual assault trial ended in a mistrial, but he was re-tried and subsequently sent to prison for three to ten years. In addition to strict meal times, with breakfast at 7 a.m., lunch at 11 a.m., and dinner at 5 p.m., she noted, "There are four counts a day, and the inmates need to be in their cells at that time". "He said they told him if he was going to continue to fight for civil rights, something like this was bound to happen, and he's been preparing for it and he knows he's in prison not for rape, but for infidelity", Wyatt told Washington Informer. The Truth is Strong!' "Why put them in that position, to make it turn into some form of a circus?"

Since the conversations are recorded, the couple doesn't talk about issues related to Cosby's legal case, Wyatt said.

But that's not to say Cosby, who's reportedly working toward appealing his conviction, has wholly shied away from socializing. The Blast got its hands on a statement from Bill, through his attorney, Andrew Wyatt that details why he as no remorse and why he "will never have remorse" for his sentencing.

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