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The Republican nominee for president believes that African-Americans who are innocent should nonetheless be in prison: The fact that DNA evidence exonerated five men wrongfully convicted more than two decades ago in the brutal rape and assault of a female jogger in New York City’s Central Park has apparently done nothing to convince Donald Trump […]
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