At last, the truth: Evil Bill Cosby has peddled endless lies in a desperate bid to cover up the drugging and sexual assaults of dozens of helpless women over five frightening decades!
That’s the stunning conclusion from famed lie-detection expert Michael Sylvestre, who used a forensic device to scrutinize the shameless comedian’s endless denials to the media, including a world exclusive interview with The National ENQUIRER.
Michael, a certified voice-stress analyst, fed tapes of Cosby’s protests about his innocence into the DecepTech Voice Stress Analysis Machine – a computerized version of the Psychological Stress Evaluation.
The tool, used by more than 50 law enforcement agencies in the U.S. and others overseas, detects stress changes that indicate truthfulness and show up as waves. It is said to be far superior to a conventional polygraph and is renowned for providing conclusive results.
In an interview with ENQUIRER Executive Editor Barry Levine in 2005, Cosby dismissed claims by actress Tamara Green that alleged he had raped her 35 years before – saying she was propped up by the media.
“Sometimes you try to help people and it backfires on you,” Cosby declared. After completing his analysis, Michael concluded: “The ENQUIRER interview is damning! Mr. Cosby is saying he didn’t do it, but my conclusion is that he definitely did try to rape Tamara!”
He added: “His stress levels are off the charts. They show that time and again … he lied.
“He’s trying to talk about it like it’s happening to a third party, but Cosby’s haunted by the fact that he’s being accused of this years later!”
The disgraced star provided more evidence of his apparent guilt in a bizarre interview from a 2011 documentary – titled “Bullies and Friends” – during which Cosby abruptly introduced rape into the conversation.
Cosby referred to the rape of an 11-year-old girl, and questioned whether a victim at that age “can or can’t” give permission to have sex.
At The ENQUIRER’s request, Michael analyzed the comment and found Cosby to be “really stressed out” about the topic of sex assaults.
He noted: “He’s really stressed out on the word ‘can’t,’ but not on the word ‘can.’ That’s a confession right there!”
More recently, Cosby’s denials in a May 15 interview with “Good Morning America” have proven just as damning.
“He was given a public forum to profess his innocence, yet was stressed out,” Michael said. “This shows he was being asked questions he didn’t want to answer.”
Cosby, who has denied any wrongdoing, was probed how he could continue to defend himself against the allegations of more than 30 victims.
He then offered this rambling and almost indecipherable response: “I’m telling you where the road is out. I’m telling you where, as you drive, you are going to go into the water. Now, you want to go here, or you want to be concerned about who is giving you the message?”
Michael concluded Cosby used the incoherent response to avoid directly addressing the truth: “If he really was innocent, you would think he would have no problem with that!”
In a dramatic turn of events, law enforcement could now use this new forensic evidence to FINALLY seek justice for Cosby’s victims.
“This information shows Cosby has been deceitful and it could lead to criminal charges,” said a source.