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Members Of The 'Central Park 5' (credit: Andrea Grymes/CBS 2)

Judge OKs $41 Million Deal With ‘Central Park Five’

A federal judge has signed off on New York City’s $41 million settlement with the five men who were wrongly convicted in the vicious 1989 rape and beating of a Central Park jogger.

09/05/2014

Members Of The 'Central Park 5' (credit: Andrea Grymes/CBS 2)

‘Central Park 5′ Speak Out About $40 Million Settlement

They spent six to 13 years in jail, but their convictions were tossed out in 2002 after Matias Reyes, an incarcerated serial rapist and murderer, confessed to the attack.

06/27/2014

Some of the men falsely accused in the attack speak at a City Hall news conference in April 2011. (credit: CBS 2)

Comptroller Stringer OK’s Settlement For Exonerated Central Park 5 Defendants

New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer on Thursday approved a settlement of $40 million for the five men wrongly convicted in the infamous 1989 Central Park jogger attack.

06/26/2014

Some of the men falsely accused in the attack speak at a City Hall news conference in April 2011. (credit: CBS 2)

Report: City Agrees To Settlement With Exonerated Central Park 5 Defendants

A published report Thursday said the city has agreed to a $40 million settlement to the five men whose convictions were overturned in the rape and beating of a woman in Central Park in 1989.

06/19/2014

Central Park Five

Documentary Provides New Look At Infamous Central Park Jogger Case

Distinguished documentary maker Ken Burns and his daughter have developed a new look at the infamous Central Park Jogger case that rocked New York City back in 1989.

11/25/2012

Some of the men falsely accused in the attack speak at a City Hall news conference Tuesday. (credit: CBS 2)

Men Falsely Accused In 1989 ‘Central Park Jogger’ Attack Seek Justice

Councilman Charles Barron led a demonstration insisting the city compensate the “Central Park 5,” who were exonerated in the attack nearly 8 years ago, for their lost years and wrongful imprisonment.

04/19/2011