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Bob Herbert - The New York Times: While investigating the rape of two women in a New York park on April 19, an officer said he smelled \"a very tangy sort of odor\" and thought he knew what it was. A patrol car radioed a description of a woman carrying a purse. A short time later, the same officer, Officer Vincent Fell, spotted a woman fitting that description. The victim said that she had been raped and murdered. She became the police department's poster case and the proof of its failure. But, when Fell went to the station to look at some mug shots, he recognized the same woman he had just pulled over for suspicion of shoplifting. There came the moment it all broke down. Fell told the detectives and lieutenants that they had the wrong woman.
I have a new park in Sydney, at Blensheim. People will be able to get into that park for the first time. They’ll be able to walk their dog, they’ll be able to go for a run, they’ll be able to get on some bikes, they’ll be able to go swimming, they’ll be able to go sailing, they’ll be able to go scuba diving, they’ll be able to go fishing, and they’ll be able to walk through the bush and see some of the wildlife that lives there.
Jim Dwyer - New York Times: What ever you do in life, you make mistakes, and you either face your mistakes, or you don't. I don't think the Press faced it's mistakes. I don't think the Police Department faced the truth in what had happened, because the truth of what had happened is almost unbearable. By prosecuting the wrong people in the central park rape case, Matais Reyes continued to hurt, maim and kill. And They could have had him, but they got stuck with a mistake, and they are still invested in that mistake. 7211a4ac4a