Bill Cosby Says He’s A "Political Prisoner," Compares Himself To Martin Luther King Jr.

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Just yesterday we posted that Bill Cosby is reportedly having an “wonderful time” in jail and it is seemingly as a result of he thinks he is a political prisoner, not a sexual predator. The Blast acquired its palms on an announcement from Bill, via his legal professional, Andrew Wyatt that particulars why he as no regret and why he “won’t ever have regret” for his sentencing. 

According to the publication, Bill advised his spouse Camille the next: “I used to be given a deal; I settled out of courtroom for $three.eight million ; I waived my fifth modification rights; I used to be declared Not Guilty in 2005 by the Commonwealth – by no means charged,” he added how a “low-life District Attorney and a corrupt Judge wanted me Guilty now.”

Bill Cosby Says He's A "Political Prisoner," Compares Himself To Martin Luther King Jr.
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Bill known as the sexual violence courses he needed to take “entrapment,” and allegedly mentioned his imprisonment was a political transfer. “My political opinions, my actions of attempting to humanize all races, genders and religions landed me on this place surrounded by barb wire fencing, a room made from metal and iron.”

He added:  “I’ll stand upright as a Political Prisoner and I Smile. The Truth is Strong!”