Donald Trump Keeps Smearing The Long-Since Exonerated Central Park Five – Daily Beast

For a man who chides his political opponent for referring to young criminal suspects as “superpredators,” Trump was all too willing to send five young boys to be executed for crime they did not commit. First popularized by John Dilulio, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania, and William Bennett and John P. Walters, in the 1996 book Body Count: Moral Poverty—and how to Win America’s War Against Crime and Drugs, superpredator as a term is partially rooted in the Central Park jogger case. There was, according the Dilulio, “a new generation of street criminals is upon us—the youngest, biggest and baddest generation any society has ever known.”


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