SOURCE: New York Times
He Was Convicted of Raping Alice Sebold. Then the Case Unraveled.
The recent exoneration of Anthony Broadwater calls for revisiting the context of writer Alice Sebold's sexual assault, including the state of urban America, the climate of racism and the politics of crime in the early 1980s.
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