Bill Cosby calls Philadelphia radio station to discuss wrongful imprisonment

On the first day of his release from prison, Bill Cosby called the Philadelphia radio station WDAS 105.3 FM to defend those wrongly imprisoned.

Earlier this week, Bill Cosby’s sexual assault conviction was overturned when the Pennsylvania Supreme Court received evidence that a statute of limitations had been violated in order to arrest and charge the disgraced comedian. Cosby was quickly released and everyone had something to say – good or bad – about his regained freedom.

As previously reported, Cosby is said to have met with his legal team to discuss the Montgomery County lawsuit after serving two years in prison. Although this remains to be confirmed, a new report from Vlad TV suggests that Cosby has very strong feelings about wrongful imprisonment as it relates to himself and others.

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According to Vlad TV, Cosby spent his first day out of jail calling a local Philadelphia radio station and speaking with host Frankie Darcell to talk about the technicality behind his sexual assault case.

“It’s not just black’s business,” Cosby can be heard saying while calling WDAS 105.3 FM. “It’s for all the people who have been wrongly imprisoned regardless of race, color or creed. Because I met them there – people who talked about what happened and what they did. people can’t have lawyers. “

Check out the media coverage of how Bill Cosby is adjusting to life outside of prison below. An audio clip of his recent radio interview begins at 1:20 from the video.


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