NYT: NYC subpoenas Ken Burns film outtakes as it defends suit by men cleared in 89 rape of jogger
In a new movie, the documentary filmmaker Ken Burns explores the lives of the men who were convicted, and later exonerated, in the racially charged 1989 Central Park jogger rape case. Now lawyers for New York City want to explore if much of the film’s unpublished interviews and unreleased footage might help them defend against a federal lawsuit filed by the men nine years ago in which they are seeking $50 million each.
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