bill cosby He reportedly believes he deserves compensation for his three years in prison.
Cosby’s representative, Andrew Wyatt, Told newsnation now, “”Mr. Cosby was given two years and ten months of unwanted leave that he never asked for. Their constitutional rights were taken away, their due process was taken away from them.”
Wyatt continued, “He’s owed millions and millions of dollars. As Mr. Cosby told me today, ‘I think it’s District Attorney and Judges Steven O’Neill and Kevin Steele. [Montgomery County district attorney] Must resign with immediate effect.”
Wyatt did not say how much compensation should be given to the 84-year-old.
Cosby served more than two years in a Philadelphia-area state prison serving sentences of three to 10 years. Previously, Cosby had vowed to serve all 10 years rather than accept remorse over the 2004 encounter with the victim and accuser. Andrea Konstand.
The 83-year-old was convicted of drugging and molesting Constand at her suburban home. In late 2015, he was charged when a prosecutor presented new unsealed evidence.
According to CBS NewsIn 2005, Cosby’s team reached a settlement with the former prosecutor. Bruce Castor, who defended Trump in his second impeachment trial for not pursuing criminal charges, “which was designed to prevent Cosby from enforcing the Fifth Amendment and refusing to answer questions in civil court.”
However, this non-prosecution deal was never in writing, Washington Post Report.
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.
Prosecutors did not clarify whether they would appeal or seek to try Cosby a third time.