In the first comprehensive interview since his release from prison, bill cosby He urged his opponents to read the seven-page decision of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, which overturned his sentence in an effort to avoid “directing mainstream media lies.”
He said in an interview posted on Wednesday (July 7) America’s Black Press He believes that this decision serves as retribution against all allegations of sexual harassment against him. The ruling, however, does not address the retaliation, say the reports.
“I have a big smile on my face,” Cosby told the news outlet. “A big smile on my face because I was there.”
Cosby, 83, claims that no one wanted to believe his innocence.
“You’re sitting in a room trying to explain something, and there’s a knock on the door,” he said. black press, trying to use humor to make his point clear. “You say, ‘Who is it?’ [The response is], ‘It’s true.’ That’s why people start jumping out the window.”
According to pen live, the Supreme Court reversed the conviction on legal technicalities but did not prove Cosby of guilt. Cosby was released because a prosecutor’s office violated their previous agreement, “not to file charges when Cosby testified, filed in a civil case. Andrea Konstand, who was charged with drugging and infringing at his Philadelphia-area home in 2004,” the report says. Therefore, his civil suit should not have been used in his criminal trial.
Cosby, however, disagrees. “The court’s decision was not a technicality,” he said. “These people look like they haven’t even read what the judges have written. It’s not a technicality. [detractors] doesn’t want to know anything. It’s like the woman who said she knew five women whom I drugged and raped. Well, where are they?”
Cosby served more than two years in a Philadelphia-area state prison serving sentences of three to 10 years. first, cosby Pledged to serve for full 10 years Rather than admitting regret over the 2004 encounter with Constand. At the end of 2015, he was accused When a prosecutor presented new sealed evidence.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court said the testimony tainted the trial, even though a lower appeals court found it appropriate to show a signature pattern of drugging and molesting women. He was released June 30.
Read full interview Here.