Central Park Assault Suspects Sue Police, Prosecutors

Three of the five young men of color convicted in the brutal 1989 attack on a white woman jogging in New York City's Central Park have filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit. The men — who were cleared after serving prison time in the assault — are suing the city's police department and Manhattan prosecutors. NPR's Allison Keyes reports.



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