During a press convention outdoors his house, members of his authorized staff stated Bill Cosby is “extremely happy to be home.”
WASHINGTON — Bill Cosby returned to his Elkins Park, Pa., house Wednesday, on the outskirts of Philadelphia, to a throng of reporters and information cameras because the nation watched after a courtroom overturned his sexual assault conviction.
Cosby confronted a gaggle of media assembled outdoors throughout a press convention, however he did not converse, solely wanting towards his authorized representatives when requested for remark.
Members of his authorized staff stated Cosby is “extremely happy to be home” and declared that “what we saw today is justice.”
“We are thrilled to have Mr. Cosby home,” stated Jennifer Bonjean, a consultant for Cosby. “He served three years of an unjust sentence. He did it with dignity and principle and he was a mentor to other inmates. He was really, as I say, ‘doin’ time time was not doin’ him.’”
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court stated Wednesday that District Attorney Kevin Steele, who made the choice to arrest Cosby, was obligated to face by his predecessor’s promise to not cost Cosby, although there was no proof that settlement was ever put in writing.
Bonjean continued saying, “He had each proper to depend on the prosecutors’ phrase they usually pulled the rug out from beneath him.
“When that happens there cannot be a just sentence. And, if there had been a just verdict and a just sentence, we wouldn’t be here fighting. And I think it’s really important that we keep our eye on the ball that our constitution is sacred. And that we need to uphold that at all times. And I’m glad that the Pennsylvania supreme court saw that,” she added.
The comic spent almost three years in prison before being launched early from his 3-10 year sentence.