| December 19, 2012
'Central Park Five’ fighting New York City over wrongful conviction
Ten years ago the five men who were wrongly convicted in the Central Park Jogger case were cleared of the crime when another man confessed. Since then, the city of New York has fought their claim for restitution for the mistakes the city and prosecutors made. Attorney Jonathan Moore, who represents four of the five men, joins Rev. Al Sharpton to discuss the case, and why the city won’t make things right. New York Times columnist Jim Dwyer and Sarah Burns, co-director of the documentary “The Central Park Five”, also join the conversation.