Editor’s Note: With the release of Netflix’s miniseries “When They See Us,” there is renewed interest in the criminal prosecution in the assault of the Central Park jogger. So, we’re sharing this letter to the editor from prosecutor Linda Fairstein that we posted in July of 2018.
I am writing in response to the letter by Eric Seiff concerning the new website posted by the Law Department of the City of New York concerning the case involving the “Central Park Five”—one of whom was Mr. Seiff’s client at trial.
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