Bill Cosby has issued a statement through Instagram to further explain why he isn’t remorseful despite currently serving time in prison for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in 2004.

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Statement From Actor/Comedian Bill Cosby Re: Erin Coleman’s (NBC 10) Special On His Life Being Incarcerated I heard about Ms. Coleman’s (NBC 10) interview from the residents here. Here’s why I, [Mr. Cosby] have “no” remorse and will never have remorse. I was given a deal; I settled out of court for $3.8 million dollars; I waived my 5th amendment rights; I was declared Not Guilty in 2005 by the Commonwealth – never charged. However, a low-life District Attorney and a corrupt Judge needed me Guilty now. Not for justice, but for their political aspirations. They say, Mr. Cosby, you must attend these classes. Why? One word. Entrapment! My political beliefs, my actions of trying to humanize all races, genders, and religions landed me in this place surrounded by barb wire fencing, a room made of steel and iron. So, I now have a temporary residence that resembles the quarters of some of the Greatest Political Prisoners – Martin Luther King, Jr., Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Randal Robinson, and Dr. Benjamin Chavis. I stand upright as a Political Prisoner and I Smile. The Truth is Strong!” – Bill Cosby #AndrewVWyatt #FreeBillCosby #BillCosbyPoliticalPrisoner #BillCosbyCivilRightsIcon #FarFromFinished #ExclusiveInterviewNBC10 #NBC10Philadelphia #ErinColeman Video credit: NBC10 & @cartermagazine

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Cosby’s publicist Andrew Wyatt recently spoke with NBC 10 Philadelphia where he provided an update on the comedian since he was placed behind bars. Aside from declaring that Cosby thought jail has been an “amazing experience,” many questioned if Wyatt was truthful in saying that Bill is “not remorseful because he did nothing wrong.”

Cosby’s own statement proves that he’s adamant about feeling no remorse, but he took it a step further by claiming to be a political prisoner, and likening his circumstance to that of Martin Luther King, Jr., Mahatma Gandhi, and Nelson Mandela.