Trump Still Wants the Central Park Five Executed

Exonerated Central Park Five man takes on Trump

Yusef Abdus Salaam joins Joy Reid to discuss how Donald Trump’s campaign appears to be dredging up destructive elements in our society, urged on in part by the GOP nominee’s ongoing, erroneous claims that Salaam and the other men in the Central Park Five are not really innocent.


Trump Still Thinks ‘Central Park Five’ Are Guilty

Chris Hayes talks with one of the men wrongfully convicted in the Central Park jogger case, Yusef Salaam, about Donald Trump and his latest comments.

Trump still refuses to apologize on calling for execution of exonerated Central Park 5

Trump, who once called for the five to get the death penalty, offered no apology even though the convictions were vacated.

Donald Trump and the Central Park Five: the racially charged rise of a demagogue

Yusef Salaam was 15 years old when Donald Trump demanded his execution for a crime he did not commit.

According to the above article, two weeks after the Central Park attack, before any of the boys had faced trial and while Meili remained critically ill in a coma, Donald Trump paid a reported $85,000 to take out advertising space in four of the city’s newspapers, including the New York Times. Under the headline “Bring Back The Death Penalty.

Click here to view the ad

The Central Park Five Ad Told Us Who Donald Trump Really Is

On May 1, 1989, Donald Trump published an ad in the New York Daily News calling for the state to kill five schoolchildren. None of the ” Central Park Five ” were older than 16. All of them were black or Latino.