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NEW YORK-In an upcoming episode of 60 Minutes, Al Sharpton discussed his role in the Tawana Brawley case in 1987. Brawley claimed she was taken captive and raped by a group of white men but her case fell apart in court. The New York Daily News reports:

Pressed on CBS’ “60 Minutes” to explain why he never apologized for accusations that proved false, Sharpton said, “I don’t know that.”

“I have thought about that a million times,” Sharpton said. “I just don’t believe they treated that case fair.”

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