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Central Park Five looking to sue Trump, Giuliani

Yusef Salam and the other exonerated Central Park accused want to sue. [They] were falsely imprisoned for rape in 1989 and later exonerated in 2001. At the time, Donald Trump took out full-page newspaper ads declaring the Five be given the death penalty and still maintains they are guilty as he campaigns for president. Salaam [...]
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