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Bill Cosby: 'I have no remorse'

Bill Cosby: 'I have no remorse'

Bill Cosby does not seem to have a good grasp of why he's behind bars having recently likened himself to a "political prisoner" among the likes of Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela and even Martin Luther King Jr.

Cosby was sentenced in September to three to 10 years in prison for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand at his home in 2004.

Just yesterday we posted that Bill Cosby is reportedly having an "amazing time" in prison and it's seemingly because he thinks he's a political prisoner, not a sexual predator.

He reiterated his argument, which he has made for more than three years and through two trials, that he was not charged in 2005 in connection with Constand's allegations and he later settled her civil suit against him for almost $4 million.

The disgraced comedian was convicted on three counts of felony sexual a year ago, but his spokesperson says prison has been a hoot-and-a-half.

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.

Cosby rose to fame in the 1960s as the first black actor to star in a prime-time television drama with the hit show I Spy.

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'However, a low-life District Attorney and a corrupt Judge needed me Guilty now. They say, Mr. Cosby you must attend these classes. Why? "I stand upright as a Political Prisoner and I Smile". The Truth is Strong!'

Bill Cosby has vowed he has "no remorse" as he spoke out from prison, after being jailed for sexual assault.

In his interview, Wyatt painted Cosby as a man doing the best he can under the circumstances.

His wife Camille has not visited him so far.

Instead, Cosby prefers to speak to his wife by phone, three times a day for three minutes each, Wyatt confirmed.

While Cosby is now living in general population, he is living mostly separated from the other inmates at the prison, except for the inmates that have been assigned to help him around because of his vision problems, Wyatt told CNN. He said "Right now I'm his only visitor outside of his attorneys, and that's the way he wants it".