Bill Cosby: ‘When I come up for parole,’ they won’t ‘hear me say that I have remorse’

Bill Cosby sentenced 3 to 10 years in prison for a 2004 sexual assault **FILE PHOTOS**

Well, here’s something I wasn’t expecting. did a phone interview with Bill Cosby, who is still in prison and will be for many more years. Cosby is still just as delusional and awful as possible. He’s not taking these last years of his life to reflect on all of the women he drugged and raped and assaulted. He’s not taking this time to apologize and make amends or to simply find some humility. Of course not. If anything, Cosby is happy in prison because he has a literal captive audience. He yells at all of the younger men about how drugs are ruining the country… you know, like the drugs he used to slip in women’s drinks so he could rape them. Some “highlights” from this interview:

The rest of his prison sentence: “I have eight years and nine months left. When I come up for parole, they’re not going to hear me say that I have remorse. I was there. I don’t care what group of people come along and talk about this when they weren’t there. They don’t know.”

He said his trials were a sham, unjust and not fair. “It’s all a set up. That whole jury thing. They were imposters. Look at the woman who blew the whistle,” he said, alluding to the potential juror who overheard a seated juror proclaim before the trial that, “he’s guilty, we can all go home now. Then she went in and came out smiling, it’s something attorneys will tell you is called a payoff. I know what they’ve done to my people. But my people are going to view me and say, ‘that boy looks good. That boy is strong.’ I have too many heroes that I’ve sat with. Too many heroes whom I listened to like John Henrik Clarke, Kenneth Clark, and Dorothy Height. Those people are very strong, and they saw the rejection of their people. This is political. I can see the whole thing.”

His privilege: “I am a privileged man in prison,” he stated. During the call, Cosby referred to his small cell as “my penthouse.”

On Black America. “They are under siege. This thing with the drugs and the different pockets of the neighborhoods where it’s going on. When you look at what drugs are doing… things that make these people drive around and shoot into crowds. The insanity of what is the cause to the brain by all the drugs these people are dealing with. It’s exactly what I warned them about in 2004. They’ve thrown education out the window. They’ve thrown respect for the family out the window, and they’re blaming each other for what’s going on. There is post-traumatic stress syndrome, and there are also bad manners.”

[From BlackPressUSA]

Cosby also spoke about his work in prison with the Mann Up Association, where he basically just sits around and lectures other prisoners, it sounds like. Which is sort of what he was doing before prison anyway – he would do those “talks” where he would just tell stories and yell at people for not being educated enough. Anyway… just in case anyone was feeling sorry for this ancient rapist, don’t. He loves prison and he’s not sorry about all of the women he hurt.

Bill Cosby sentenced 3 to 10 years in prison for a 2004 sexual assault **FILE PHOTOS**

Photos courtesy of Backgrid.

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  1. Nev says:

    Please. Stop.

  2. Scarlett says:

    As a survivor of sexual assault, Cosby can go F off for all I care. I need to go shower now, I feel icky for having read his interview and looked at his pic. Anger, disgust, more anger, topped off with more disgust…ugh, just ugh. He should go away now, for good….like 6 feet under the ground…

  3. HK9 says:

    I hope he doesn’t live to see parole. I said what I said and I’m not sorry.

    • (TheOG)@Jan90067 says:

      Agreed! NOT sorry.

    • whatWHAT? says:

      yeah, my response to him is…

      “bitch please…you’re going to die in jail.”

      I cannot believe the unmitigated GALL he has to speak like he does, when he ADMITTED to drugging women (and raping them). newsflash, Pill Cosby The Rapist, you have NO LEG TO STAND ON to lecture people about any sort of morality or lack thereof. GFY, rapist.

      • Meg says:

        Hes shaming others about drugs when he drugged women himself?
        That is beyond peak hypocrisy.
        This is not the same thing not by a long shot but his hypocrisy made me think of a relative who gets into financial trouble regularly yet he gives u solicited financial advice constantly. It’s embarrassing to listen to you try to change he subject-he has no self awareness

      • Kate says:

        Agreed!! As a survivor myself, I could only skim the part of this where he talks because it’s such disgusting awful bs and I hope he dies in his “penthouse”

    • Athyrmose says:

      He’s monstrous. Nothing to even be sorry about.

      Hope he’s denied parole if he makes it that far.

    • Lady D says:

      Right there with you, HK9.

    • Ramona Q. says:

      If he doesn’t take responsibility at his parole hearing, then he won’t be paroled. So I hope he DOES live … to see his parole rejected and the jail cell door slam in his stupid, smug face.

  4. Who ARE These People? says:

    Delusional asshole criminal

  5. (TheOG)@Jan90067 says:

    Like you said, he’s got a captive audience for his 3 shows a day. He’ll feed into the narrative that they were ALL “wronged” and they are innocent, “railroaded” because of their color.

    Forget the fact that he drugged his victims and raped them.

    My ONLY regret is his complicit wife isn’t sitting in a cell, too. She is just as guilty.

  6. Rapunzel says:

    It’s a setup? Girl, bye. Nobody with any sense believes that conspiracy theory nonsense. Were you at a Pizza Express in Woking instead?

  7. Sarah says:

    Not today, Satan. Not today.

  8. Lightpurple says:

    No remorse means no parole.

    • whatWHAT? says:

      yeah, that’s what I was thinking, too! Like isn’t that one of the MAIN things that a parole board wants to see/hear?!

    • Lady D says:

      …and he will give them what they want so he can go back to his life of luxury. I wonder if he’ll start speaking tours again?

      • Debby says:

        To fake remorse you have to at least claim wrongdoing on your part out loud. He’s never going to do that. He’s a narcissist and thinks everything he does is right
        so there’s nothing to feel remorse about. His pride won’t even let him fake it so that’s something to be happy about. He’s never getting out.

    • lucy2 says:

      My thought too! And you know what? Good. Let him be all defiant and claim it’s a political set up or whatever nonsense he’s spewing, and let the parole board deny him immediately.

      He’s a monster. Always was, just can’t hide it anymore.

      • Soupie says:

        This is what I finally realized when I read some terrible things about Robert Culp when I-Spy had been off the air after many years. I read what a disgusting creep Culp was and I remember thinking how did Bill Cosby work with that sleazeball? Then it turns out Cosby was the same as Culp all along. Ick ick ick. And apparently they were close friends right up until Culp’s death in 2010.

  9. TheOriginalMia says:

    And you’ll stay in prison as you should.

    • Meg says:

      Exactly! He knows his parole date as if he counting the days but his need to be right will prevent him from being paroled. No parole board will see his lack or remorse as a good thing when considering whether he should be paroled or not. He seems to think he’s entitled to be released from prison. How delusional is he?

  10. Pat says:

    Wonderful news for all of the victims!

  11. Nina says:

    As if he would be granted parole… He’d probably die in prison. Why is he even given a platform to speak?

  12. paranormalgirl says:

    He was the only one there? Bitch please. Your victims were there, too.

  13. Rocķy says:

    No surprise here that he has no remorse.

  14. Anilehcim says:

    My evil statement of the day, but IDGAF so don’t come for me:

    Why can’t he just die already? I have a theory that evil keeps people alive for a long time. This man needs to cease to exist, and then let his victims get his estate. Rot in hell, motherfucker.

  15. Sean says:

    I hope he chokes on his J-E-L-L-O

  16. Stef says:

    It’s cruel to say but I hope he dies in prison. What he did to those women is disgusting and only a sociopath could show zero remorse.

    Rot in hell, Cosby. Your enabling wife belongs there too.

  17. MC2 says:

    His cause is called Mann Up?! Jesus, the irony of these psychopaths never ceases to amazes me. Let’s quit giving this mofo interviews & let him rot in a dark hole where he belongs.

  18. Valiantly Varnished says:

    There is literally nothing surprising about this. He’s a sociopath. He is incapable of empathy or remorse. And I hope he spends the rest of his life in jail.

  19. Steph says:

    He’s so f*cking delusional. On Black America: drugs are causing school shootings. Dude, that’s literally aside from VATech a solely white Male problem. He probably won’t live long enough to reach parole anyway.

  20. Jane Doe says:

    Narcissistic sociopath

  21. DragonWise says:

    I think he knows he will die in prison, and so he’s digging in, hoping that he will change public perception as the wronged, innocent man. All his statements are tailored to appeal to the only audience who wants to hear him, convicts and enablers. I mean, this is all from the Dusty Hotep Playbook.

  22. Capepopsie says:

    It runs cold down my spine when thinking about how much I enjoyed watching Cosby! Not knowing what a disgusting person he was/is. Now I can’t even stand looking at his sad face.

  23. Christin says:

    This type of person may live to be 100. No remorse, only self centeredness.

    He wants an audience. A historic theater had him as their annual fundraiser “star” guest a year or two before he was charged. Someone I know attends every year, and has a nice portrait made with the star in attendance. Only one “star” showed up in a sweatshirt and track pants. This dude. Every other star (usually a well-known actor or actress in their 70s-up) dressed in gowns or a tux.

  24. Lala11_7 says:

    With all his education…and with all his so called respect and achievements…his LASTING reputation will be that of a rapist, who was FINALLY jailed for his crimes…

    And I take a bit of comfort in that….

    • Lulu says:

      What’s interesting is that he’s not educated! Bill Cosby didn’t go to college… he has an honorary degree. Srsly. As an older (not old tho) Black woman I can remember the days before he was Dr Huxtable. When he was a sexist drug addicted comedian and serial cheater. He is awful and always has been but belongs to a very special group of Black Americans, those of an upper middle class crowd during the civil rights era. He wasn’t born upper middle class mind you but married in. MLK, Jr, Malcom X, Sidney Poirier, Muhammad Ali, etc….back then all those men could do and say anything if they were making money and fighting for black rights. Black women just sat back and dealt with it because it was considered an honor to be a part of the “movement”. Camille Cosby is an emotionally weak, elitist, sexist woman and both she and Bill hate being Black and hate women. Camille grew up middle class and graduated college, and her parents didn’t want her to marry Cosby as he was uneducated and low-brow. But she did, and him becoming famous and rich was the perfect way for them to recreate themselves and stick it to everyone who doubted him. Bill has been investigated numerous times since the late 60s, and they never could get anything. But it turned his wife into a paranoid gate keeper and he used the investigations as a way to gaslight her and play victim with his audience. Soon enough Bill became so entitled and arrogant he started thinking he was his character on the Cosby show and hating women (especially white) & black people. His wife and kids support this behavior.
      He’s also an abusive dad. His now deceased son had a learning disability that Bill refused to acknowledge. He berated him all the time and sent him to a boarding school for behavioral problems. His daughters were never allowed to experience life in a way fitting of their wealth because his sexism dictated they not be seen partying or dating around. It goes on…..
      He. Is. Despicable.

  25. Mtec says:

    Hope he rots in there and never breathes air as a free man ever again.

  26. Laura-j says:

    F#ck him.

  27. Chica says:

    He talks of education – he failed tenth grade. He received honorary degrees which have since been rescinded. From Wiki:
    Cosby was awarded around 70 honorary degrees and many other honors since 1985. Most of these were revoked after he was accused of sexual offenses or after his conviction for sexual assault…
    But sure, he would be the perfect person to give their two cents worth on education.
    And as for remorse – he wouldn’t know what that was if it was dropped in his drink and forced upon him.

  28. Valerie says:

    Just feck off. I have no qualms about saying I hope he dies soon. It’s only fitting.

  29. ChillyWilly says:

    Pathetic old man. He actually reminds me of Trump in this interview. Delusional AF. Rot in prison and then hell, you rapist POS.

  30. Patrizio says:

    Well, if Trump thinks he can curry favor with the black community by pardoning this garbage- watch out! What’s a rapist among a bunch of killers,