Bill Cosby Spokesman Says Cosby Thinks Prison is "Amazing Experience"

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Now according to Cosby's spokesman Andrew Wyatt, the comedian reportedly said his time in prison has been an "amazing experience". In the TV interview, Wyatt states that Cosby is in "mentally strong". "He doesn't want to have them in that environment", Cosby's longtime publicist and only visitor apart from legal counsel explained to the media outlet just last week. "He's not remorseful because he did nothing wrong". Most of the mainstream media has been irresponsible, egregious and inexcusable - with misleading, out of context coverage regarding Bill Cosby's deposition testimony.

For his part, Cosby released his first official message from prison to NBC 10 in Philadelphia on Wednesday, Feb. 13.

Cosby was moved to general population at the state prison on January 28. after spending his first few months in "administrative segregation".

"Here's why I have "no" remorse and I will never have remorse". "I was given a deal; I settled out of court for $3.8 million; I waived my 5th amendment rights; I was declared Not Guilty in 2005 by the Commonwealth - never charged". Not for justice, but for their political aspirations.

"Mr. Cosby, this has all circled back to you".

Cosby also said he has "no remorse" and never will, and compared himself to the likes of Martin Luther King, Jr., Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela and other "political prisoners".

Perhaps that attitude stems from Cosby's belief that he is a political prisoner. "The truth is strong".

In his interview, Wyatt painted Cosby as a man doing the best he can under the circumstances. "Now the amusing part about it (is) Mrs. Cosby's been trying to stop him from drinking coffee for 55 years and it took this to stop him from drinking coffee", Wyatt said. And if he needs any extras in prison, he certainly has the cash in his commissary account. Because the judge and "low-life District Attorney" as he puts it did NOT convict him on their own.

The 81-year-old has not had any visits from family four months after arriving at the Pennsylvania state prison. Same with their daughters.

Wyatt did not explain how Cosby did that however, since he was removed from the general population at that time.

Instead, Cosby converses with Camille Cosby, 74, three times a day, for about three minutes each over the phone.

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