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Van Jones: The 'Super Predator' Is The Man Running For President

Donald Trump has refused to back down from his view that the Central Park Five are guilty, even though they were exonerated and settled the case for $40 million dollars with New York City. Back in May of 1989, Donald Trump paid the New York Times and 3 other publications a total of $85,000 to run an ad calling for the death penalty for the still innocent young men accused of this horrific crime.
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