CP5

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Central Park Five’s prosecutor was Linda Fairstein, and she defended herself and trashed the movie, "how they see us". I have read so much about the CP5 over years, and my mind is settled: none of the five were guilty of the crime they confessed to and were convicted of. Fairstein wrote in the Wall Street Journal after she felt the movie’s negative effect. Her text was understandably defensive, and Fairstein counterpunched at the movie as a fabrication. Fairstein in the WSJ text made herself the victim, and she talked of her objection of the five characterized as innocent, and this objection is valid. The CP5 were not perfect kids, and they might have committed crimes that night, but they were not guilty of the crime they were convicted of. Fairstein could not admit on a very important WSJ text that she was the primary person responsible for a conviction that falsely imprisoned kids. Dear kind readers: If you’re like Donald Trump recognizing people are on both sides of the CP5, then a short read of Fairstein’s WSJ text might allow you to be on the right side of history. Sincerely, Tom Doody. Fairstein faults the movie like any movie critic, but she says nothing to reinforce the convictions. For example, she refers to blood on the clothes of an accused, but it’s clear now that blood was not the victim’s blood. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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