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Bill Cosby shows no remorse in first interview from prison: ‘It’s all a set up’
U.S.CULTURE

Bill Cosby shows no remorse in first interview from prison: ‘It’s all a set up’

Published: November 25, 2019  |  5 min read, 1083 words
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Bill Cosby is speaking out from prison. Over a year after he was first incarcerated for the sexual assault of Andrea Constand, the disgraced actor and comedian — who is serving three to 10 years — has given his first interview. In it, the 82-year-old maintained his innocence from his Pennsylvania correctional institution, Phoenix, which is located outside Philadelphia, and, because of that, he expects to serve the entire sentence. Cosby also called his trial a “set up” and the jurors “imposters.” “I have eight years and nine months left,” Cosby told National Newspaper Publishers... READ MORE
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November 25, 2019
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A pretty strong investigative interview with bill Cosby who's currently serving his prison sentence. This might be the first interview he's done since his sentencing, and it reveals a lot about how he sees himself as a victim of a bigger conspiracy. We'll never know how much of it he truly believes himself, but it's interesting to see Cosby adapting to his new circumstance.
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December 17, 2019
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Primary source (Cosby) quoted directly and with enough context to know we’re getting his unedited version of the story. (However awful a version of events he represents, it’s still an accurate article)
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November 26, 2019
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The interview provides great perspective into the thoughts of Cosby. It is clear he sees himself as a victim in spite of his documented crime, and blaming it all on race as well.
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