Bill Cosby is behind bars and compares to political prisoners like Nelson Mandela and Gandhi.

The 81-year-old, convicted last year of the indecent assault on Andrea Constand, says he has no remorse for his crimes.

Actor and comedian Bill Cosby will leave a preliminary hearing on sexual assault charges in the Montgomery County Courthouse on May 24, 2016. Photo / Getty
Actor and comedian Bill Cosby will leave a preliminary hearing on sexual assault charges in the Montgomery County Courthouse on May 24, 2016. Photo / Getty

"Here's why I have no regrets and never regret I got a deal, I settled for $ 3.8 million out of court, I gave up my fifth amendment rights," he said. "However, a district attorney and a corrupt judge now need me guilty, not for justice, but for their political aspirations, you say, Mr. Cosby, you must attend these courses, why, one word, seduction!"

"My political beliefs, my attempt to humanize all races, genders and religions, landed me in this place surrounded by barbed wire fences, a room of steel and iron," he said. "So now I have a temporary residence that resembles the quarters of some of the biggest political prisoners – Martin Luther King, Jr., Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Randal Robinson, and Dr. Benjamin Chavis."

"I stand up as a political prisoner and I smile. The truth is strong!" he said.

Cosby is currently serving a term of imprisonment of three to ten years and is said to have been given a beard in prison.

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