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Man Gets $5 Million in New York Settlement

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Man Gets $5 Million in New York Settlement

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Man Gets $5 Million in New York Settlement

Man Gets $5 Million in New York Settlement

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New York City reaches a $5 million settlement with a Bronx man who was falsely convicted in 1985 of sexually abusing children at a city day care center. It is the largest settlement for false conviction in New York history. NPR's Margot Adler reports.

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