By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Correspondent
It wasn’t precisely an unidentified object that flew over the jail that homes Invoice Cosby this week.
Not, in keeping with Cosby’s spokesman Andrew Wyatt, who famous the timing of the drone that was found above the Pennsylvania State Correctional Institute Phoenix in Collegeville, Penn.
Wyatt advised NNPA Newswire that Cosby was strolling throughout the yard for his each day train and jail officers have been additionally escorting the blind comic to his new quarters, in a veteran’s wing of the brand new jail, when the drone was noticed.
“Somebody needed to have been tipped off that Mr. Cosby could be on the market and was being moved,” Wyatt mentioned, noting that he plans to go to Cosby later this week as a result of the jail was shut down after the incident and Camille Cosby wasn’t capable of hear from her husband throughout that point.
Wyatt mentioned he believes American Media Inc.’s premiere publication, The Nationwide Enquirer, was behind the drone.
“It’s my opinion that it was The Nationwide Enquirer,” Wyatt mentioned. “I imagine they’ve carried out it earlier than when he was at house and I needed to complain as a result of it’s unlawful to fly drones in Pennsylvania close to energy traces,” he mentioned.
“They have been attempting to get movie of Mr. Cosby,” Wyatt continued.
Cosby is serving a three- to ten-year jail sentence after being convicted final yr of aggravated indecent assault in a controversial trial that seemingly lacked any proof and a decide who made what many authorized specialists mentioned have been questionable-at-best rulings towards him.
Cosby has maintained his innocence and is presently interesting each his conviction and sentencing.
Dylan Howard, American Media Inc.’s Chief Content material Officer, didn’t return messages left for him Tuesday.
Division of Corrections officers advised USA At this time the division doesn’t focus on safety issues however acknowledged the company has put in drone detection programs as a part of its enhanced safety measures.