Director Ava DuVernay created When They See Us, a mini-series about the Central Park Five.
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After a brutal rape in 1989, the NYPD coerced confessions from five teenagers.
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Aged 14 to 16, they became known as the Central Park Five.
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The five boys rescinded their confessions. The police had no other evidence.
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Trump, then a real estate mogul, called for the death penalty against them.
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They were convicted and sentenced to five to fifteen years.
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In 2002, the Central Park Five were exonerated after Matias Reyes confessed to the crime.
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In 2014, the "Exonerated Five" settled a lawsuit with the city of New York for $41 million.
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