Twenty-five years later, Kevin Richardson can't talk about the Central Park Five case without breaking down in tears.
Raymond Santana can't talk about it without his bitterness showing through.
Yusef Salaam can't talk about it without shaking his head in disbelief.
It's no wonder. The three are part of the Central Park Five, teenagers accused in the 1989 rape and beating of a young jogger and exonerated 13 years later after someone else confessed.
On Friday, Richardson, Santana and Salaam, along with relatives and attorneys, spoke publicly about the $40.75-million settlement with the city, a settlement their attorney says speaks volumes about the still-divisive...