Burns’ ‘Central Park 5’ tells true story of wrongful conviction

Film to be shown Friday as part of Writers Institute

Thursday, April 4, 2013
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The new Ken Burns documentary “The Central Park Five” got its start as a book written by his daughter, Sarah Burns. The younger Burns was just a child when the violent 1989 Central Park jogger case made national news and raised the frightening specter of teenagers roaming through the park and attacking bicyclists and pedestrians....

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