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Bill Cosby Swears He'll Never Show Remorse To Please Parole Board

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Bill Cosby Swears He'll Never Show Remorse To Please Parole Board

Bill Cosby Swears He'll Never Show Remorse To Please Parole Board

Convicted and incarcerated sex offender Bill Cosby says he'll never show remorse, even if it means more time behind bars.

Newser reports that in a recent interview, the comedian didn't mince words.

When I come up for parole, they’re not going to hear me say that I have remorse.

Legal experts say sex offenders typically need to show remorse if they want to be considered for parole.

But Cosby continues to insist he did not commit the crime for which he was convicted, calling it 'a set up.

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