The crucial evidence in the Central Park 5 case is mostly missed in the four-part Netflix series, ‘When They See Us.’ Absent are the multiple bloodstains and semen found on three members of the group of teens. There is also no real discussion of the hairs that authorities found on two of the young men. Along with the physical evidence, you have the victims’ stories and the stories of the other 32 boys who the police brought in for questioning. Moreover, there are friends of the five who would later give statements about conversations that they had with Korey Wise before police brought him in for questioning. There were statements that Kevin Richardson made in the park to boys they met up with later.
Moreover, there is a lot of evidence in the Central Park 5 case against the story that Matias Reyes told the police. Several signed statements from his fellow inmates suggest that he and Wise were working together to get this story told a certain way. The fact that Reyes didn’t seem to know the most basic of details about the initial attack seems to go right with the story that many jailhouse snitches told the district attorney, Nancy Ryan. Those snitches stated that Reyes came to the attack after it had already started, and he got involved at the tail end of it.
The evidence on this site will help clarify what the Netflix series missed and do so in a straightforward manner that is hard to dismiss as false.