Linda Fairstein claims she was wrongfully portrayed as the racist mastermind behind the wrongful conviction of the Central Park Five.
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While Klobuchar has largely escaped intense scrutiny due to her low polling numbers, now that the field is narrowing, she's going to need more than a snappy midwestern quip to explain this one.
Bloomberg Regains His Memory On Exonerated Five: 'These Men Were In Jail For A Crime They Did Not Commit'
When CBS News reporter Tim Perry asked Bloomberg on Monday if his position had changed since his administration dedicated resources to fighting against the Exonerated Five's civil suit, he responded that he had "no idea."
Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, key witnesses in the impeachment inquiry of Trump, were scheduled to participate in a deposition on Capitol Hill this week.
Trump recently doubled down on his stance on the then teens, which didn't surprise the award-winning director.
Trump is still unrepentant and unapologetically loud, wrong and racist.
Since the release of Ava DuVernay's ''When They See Us,'' New York City officials and activists have called for a review of Fairstein's cases.
The former prosecutor has become a bestselling author of the Alexandra Cooper series of mystery novels.
The now-author has had to close down her accounts following the backlash over her involvement of the Central Park Five investigation.
Central Park Five Prosecutor Linda Fairstein Tried To Negotiate Her Involvement In 'When They See Us'
There's also a growing call to boycott Fairstein, who's also the author of mystery books, currently on shelves.
The Cast Of 'When They See Us' And The Exonerated Five Contemplates Freedom For Black Boys In America
"Somewhere in that darkness, we got the message that we had to brighten our own lights," one of the Exonerated Five, Yusef Salaam, shared.
Ava DuVernay Set Donald Trump Straight After He Pretended To Have Amnesia About His Part In The 1994 Crime Bill
Donald Trump may not have voted for the bill that disproportionately affected African-American communities, but he helped it come to pass.