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Netflix must face ex-prosecutor's defamation lawsuit over Central Park Five Series

Zee News Tuesday, 10 August 2021
A federal judge on Monday said Netflix Inc must face a defamation lawsuit by former Manhattan prosecutor Linda Fairstein over her portrayal as a racist and unethical villain in 'When They See Us,' a 2019 series about the Central Park Five case.
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