FILE - In this Jan. 17, 2013 file photo, Raymond Santana, right, 

FILE - In this Jan. 17, 2013 file photo, Raymond Santana, right, stands with Kevin Richardson, center, and Yusef Salaam, center left, during a rally in Foley Square in New York on the day of a court hearing for the three men, and two others whose convictions were overturned in one of the most notorious crimes in New York City history. Five teenage boys maintained their innocence as they grew up behind bars after being convicted in 1990 of the rape and beating of the woman who came to be known as the Central Park jogger. Their convictions were eventually tossed out by a judge in 2002 when new evidence surfaced linking someone else to the crime. But their legal battle goes on: A $250 million federal lawsuit against police and prosecutors has been pending nearly a decade, with no resolution in sight. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II, File)
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FILE - In this Jan. 17, 2013 file photo, Raymond Santana, right, stands with Kevin Richardson, center, and Yusef Salaam, center left, during a rally in Foley Square in New York on the day of a court hearing for the three men, and two others whose convictions were overturned in one of the most notorious crimes in New York City history. Five teenage boys maintained their innocence as they grew up behind bars after being convicted in 1990 of the rape and beating of the woman who came to be known as the Central Park jogger. Their convictions were eventually tossed out by a judge in 2002 when new evidence surfaced linking someone else to the crime. But their legal battle goes on: A $250 million federal lawsuit against police and prosecutors has been pending nearly a decade, with no resolution in sight. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II, File)
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