SOURCE: Black Perspectives
July 3, 2019
by Denise Lynn
Read about the "Trenton Six" and their similar story to the Central Park Five.
SOURCE: Washington Post
by Carl Suddler
The Central Park Five fits a historical pattern of unjust arrests and wrongful convictions of black and Latino young men in the United States.
A first batch of documents related to the 1989 rape are likely to provide insight into how the high-pressure investigation took a wrong turn.
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