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New York, New York / Crime / "Central Park Five" #1034311

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Nov 25, 2012
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) The crime in New York City in which five teenagers were convicted as the "Central Park Five" despite being not guilty recalled.

(New York: Michelle Miller) The documentary about the five men convicted of the 1989 rape in New York City's Central Park examined; scenes, photos and courtroom sketches by Christine Cornell shown of the suspects in the "wilding" case. [Now freed, Yusef SALAAM††, Raymond SANTANA††- says they sold the public a false narrative; comments on their interrogation.] ["The Central Park Five" film director Sarah BURNS††- says the story is about five "children" who were dehumanized.] The 2002 confession from a serial rapist and murderer recalled.

(Studio: Jeff Glor) The civil lawsuit in this case mentioned.

Glor, Jeff;
Miller, Michelle

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