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

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

Darren Sullivan
February 15, 2019

Is Bill Cosby having an "amazing" prison "experience" since being convicted of sexual assault?

A jury a year ago convicted Cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting a woman at his home in 2004. Not for justice, but for their political aspirations.

Meanwhile, former television star and life-long rapist Cosby referred to himself a "political prisoner" like Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela or Martin Luther King, Jr. - declaring in a new prison letter that he's been locked up for his humanitarian contributions to society. "I stand upright as a Political Prisoner and I Smile". "The Truth is Strong!" he said.

He added that when he visits the disgraced comedian in the maximum security State Correctional Institution-Phoenix in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, "he's not sad".

"Yeah, he used the term wonderful experience", Wyatt said.

Bill Cosby is reportedly doing amazingly well behind bars in part because of the daily routines credited with helping him to survive incarceration.

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District Attorney Kevin Steele had said Cosby's bail should be revoked after claiming he could fly off "to anyplace in the world".

"He doesn't want people to try to exploit (Camille) and his daughters if they visit. (I'm) not saying Mr. Cosby's Jesus, but we know what this country has done to black men for centuries", Wyatt said. His spokesperson further disclaimed reports issued by the prison this week that Cosby has been moved from protective custody into general prison population. The prison's premises include 3,830 beds in 15 separate housing units, as well as a barber shop, law library, recreational library, non-denominational church, gym, and a mural arts program.

Wyatt also confirmed that Cosby's wife and children haven't yet visited him in prison.

Cosby's lengthy path to conviction began in 2004 when Constand accused him of sexual assault.

"And he hasn't drank any coffee since he's been in there". 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". "They've told him he was more than a comedian - he was a cultural icon".