“The public reckoning almost always centered on the injustice to the five men themselves, who were innocent boys whose lives were destroyed by shoddy police work and systemic racism. Less examined are the other lives destroyed by the case: Reyes’s many victims, who waited so long for justice, some who might not have been victims at all but for law enforcement’s staunch belief it had the right assailants.” Sarah Weinman in NY Mag: Before, and After, the Jogger. Survivors of the real ‘Central Park Five’ attacker speak for the first time.