"There still remains much to be told, and I look forward to the day that I can share the truth".
Jackson then brought in McAvoy to ask "How might Cohen's experience be different from other inmates there?" He has called Cohen a "rat" for cooperating with the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Cohen blamed Trump for leading his morals astray, stating, "It was my blind loyalty to this man that led me to take a path of darkness instead of light".
The 52-year-old Cohen will be housed in dorm-like accommodations at the facility's minimum-security camp, which prison consultants say has become a destination for Jewish inmates due to its proximity to New York City's Jewish and upstate New York's Orthodox Jewish enclaves.
Jack Donson, a former manager at the prison who now runs a prison consulting firm, told Reuters that the camp was "a great place for white-collar Jewish guys".
For the American president and his allies, Cohen's prison sentence has the taste of payback after the one-time attorney turned on his boss. If he wants any kind of life after prison, especially in Manhattan, he's better off breaking with him on everything and hoping liberals grudgingly tolerate his reentry into society.
Mr. Cohen's cooperation served a dual goal: It was a parting shot at the president and an opportunity for Mr. Cohen's lawyers, citing his assistance, to ask that the prosecutors petition the judge for a reduced sentence.
Cohen's prison term completes a stunning fall for the native of New York's Long Island whose career was tethered to Trump as he evolved from wealthy real estate developer to reality TV personality to politician.
"I will continue questioning why Michael is the only person within the Trump organization to be prosecuted for crimes committed at the direction of and for the benefit of Mr. Trump", Davis said.
Several dozen bystanders stopped to take pictures, and one shook his hand.
For all the cooperating Cohen did with Mueller and the Southern District of NY on the Stormygate matter, he declined to tell them about any other crimes he knew of or participated in.
Cohen also pleaded guilty to misleading Congress about his work on a proposal to build a Trump skyscraper in Moscow, hiding the fact that he continued to speak with Russians about the proposal well into the presidential campaign. "But the truth has no walls", Davis said in a statement Monday.
At least it is for Michael Cohen, comfortably ensconced in a luxury resort at which he will do hard time for the next three years is unique in the federal system.
Cohen, the president's former lawyer and fixer who once gushed over Trump in over-the-top media appearances, told Congress in February that Trump was a racist and a cheat.