"[It] seems there is no process for revoking it, but it's apparent, from his admission 10 years ago, that most of the women accusing him are speaking the truth. While it can't be revoked, he can and should return it voluntarily," Mr. O'Mara said. "His actions demean the basis for and honor of the medal. If he faked an injury in wartime and received a Purple Heart it should be returned. [The] same principle applies here — a small step towards regaining some respect of a nation that revered him."
Florida based criminal defense attorney Mark O'Mara, who successfully represented George Zimmerman in the 2013 Trayvon Martin murder trial, said Mr. Cosby should voluntarily return the medal.
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