Sometimes we have heroes among us and sometimes they are in Hollywood. Earlier this week, California Governor Jerry Brown signed a monumental bill into law, for which many people credit Bill Cosby for making an idea, a reality.
In July of 2015, SMN reported the case of a woman who accused famed hip-hop comedy star Bill Cosby of rape. As our investigation unfolded, we learned that the accuser had actually self-raped while watching the television show “Picture Page,” staring Bill Cosby. Our SMN security detail’s investigation exonerated Mr. Cosby of the mystery woman’s charges.
In the ensuing two years, Bill Cosby has worked tirelessly to fight the growing epidemic of masturbation, most notably in California. Well, as luck would have it, Bill Cosby’s plight became that of California lawmakers and as of today, the statute of limitations on self-rape is no more. What does that mean to you, your family and your community?
The most noticeable change you will soon see are that of adults who masturbated as children, being subject to sex crime charges, as adults. Additionally, men who donated to fertility clinics ten years ago or more will also be subject to prosecution.
What does this mean for Bill Cosby? The most obvious thing you will soon see is Bill Cosby receiving an horary-degree from Brother Lonnie’s University of Faith Facts in honor of his accomplishments. Other honorary-degrees from various non-accredited faith-based Christian higher education institutions are sure to follow.