Bill Cosby Is 'Not Remorseful Because He Did Nothing Wrong'


A spokesman for Bill Cosby has said the convicted sex offender is having an "amazing experience" in jail.

"Yeah, he used the term incredible experience", Cosby's spokesperson Andrew Wyatt said.

A jury found Cosby guilty of giving former Temple University staffer Andrea Constand a mystery medication and sexually assaulting at his suburban Pennsylvania mansion in 2004. "He's not sad, he's not remorseful because he did nothing wrong".

In his statement, Cosby explained "why I have no remorse and will never have remorse". They say, Mr. Cosby you must attend these classes. Why?

"My political beliefs, my actions of trying to humanize all races, genders and religions landed me in this place surrounded by barb wire fencing, a room made of steel and iron", the comedian said in a statement released through his press spokesman, Andrew Wyatt.

He said Cosby's wife, Camille, has not visited her husband at the maximum-security SCI Phoenix facility outside Philadelphia - by Cosby's choice. I stand upright as a political prisoner and I smile.

Much of that interview was devoted to what Wyatt and Cosby's publicist Ebonee Benson see as an unjust arrest and conviction that would have never occurred were Cosby not black.

It seems Cosby is comparing himself to the likes of Malcolm X and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. "The truth is strong".

Cosby was moved to general population at the state prison on January 28. after spending his first few months in "administrative segregation". Cosby does have a helper who helps him move around the prison due to his vision problems. The sexual predator was known as "America's Dad" after starring as the family head in hit US TV series The Cosby Show.

As reported, his wife of more than 50 years, Camille, hasn't visited him and doesn't plan to.

"He's mentally strong. He's just a strong man".

'He has been able to speak with other inmates about their situation and impart advice, ' said Wyatt.

"Right now I'm his only visitor outside of his attorneys, and that's the way he wants it", Wyatt explained.