When They See Us extends from 1989 when five Harlem teens were, according to Dominic Patten, “convicted first in the media and then twice in the courts for the brutal rape of a jogger in the NYC park to 2014 when Antron McCray, Kevin Richardson, Yusef Salaam, Raymond Santana and Korey Wise saw their names finally cleared. Having been vilified by New Yorkers back in the late 80s and forced to spend years in jail each, the five sued New York City and settled for just over $40 million about four years ago.
Typical how Investigators bully to get confessions-legal or not-right or not.It doesn't just happen to Black folk either.Cops where I live get teenage boys unattended while out doing their own thing,and pretend to friend.Little do our nieve children realize they are dealing with Satan himself.
I do not like cops,nor will I ever pretend to.This movie sums it up,it is everywhere.Today,police??? are trained worse than soldiers,as they are after all just stupid dawgs,and they do not protect and serve.Themselves perhaps......
Watch the movie,Injustice and reality at its finest.