Bill Cosby’s former prosecutor Kristen Gibbons Feden explained the disgraced actor’s early release from prison, telling MSNBC’s Chuck Todd that the Supreme Court believes Cosby “never should have been arrested” in the first place.
Cosby, who is set to be released from confinement on Wednesday, was sentenced to prison in 2018 for aggravated assault, as several women accused him of criminal sexual acts.
On Wednesday, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned the convictions, ordering for his release from prison, as they found an agreement with a previous prosecutor, which prevented Cosby from being charged in the case.
Todd spoke to Cosby’s former prosecutor following the announcement, who explained that the Supreme Court believes Cosby “never should have been arrested.”
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