President Donald Trump continued his refusal to apologize for his 1989 arrest for the execution of five black teenagers who have been indicted for raping in the notorious case in Central Park 5.
"There are people on both sides of this, "said Trump reporters outside the White House on Tuesday when they asked him if he would apologize. "They recognize their guilt."
Then Trump refers to Linda Fairness, a prosecutor on the case, who published the last week of the prosecution office at The Wall Street Journal
. "If you look at Linda Faithstein and look at some of the prosecutors," he continued, "they think the city he would never have to settle the case so we'll leave it to it. "
Trump pulled ads across the entire New York site in 1989, calling for the death penalty in New York to be restored after the arrest of five black teenagers in connection with the rape White runner in Central Park
В The five teenagers were convicted on the basis of forced confessions and little evidence, and they were acquitted in 2012 with DNA evidence and millions were paid to settle court cases. Five years in the years