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  • In Sept. 2012 the City of New York subpoenaed all the materials from the film.

  • The central park five are tricked into implicating themselves and each other.

    06:16

  • Even with the absence of any evidence, the five teenagers were detained.

  • The Central Park Five describe their lives before April 20, 1989.

    08:53

  • Natalie Byfield discusses the horror of the death penalty.

    02:05

  • Kevin Richardson and Raymond Santana discuss the manipulation of their interrogation.

    00:56

  • The media response to the Central Park Jogger case was swift and prejudiced.

    01:34

  • Ken Burns, Sarah Burns and David McMahon discuss the term, 'wilding.'

    04:32

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  • Five teenagers from Harlem are wrongfully convicted of a brutal crime in 1989

    03:25

  • Ken Burns, Sarah Burns and Dave McMahon discuss their film, Central Park Five

    03:09

  • Five teenagers from Harlem are wrongfully convicted of a brutal crime in 1989

    02:26

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