NY teacher fired for including Central Park Five case in school curriculum

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27 years ago, the Central Park Five case dominated the headlines, and now the case is back in the spotlight because of a New York City teacher.

Jeena Lee-Walker, a high school teacher, claims she was fired for including the case in her curriculum.

Lee-Walker and her attorney, Ambrose Wotorson weighed in on her case and why administrators forced her out.