Durham District Attorney Mike Nifong is surrounded by the media after coming out of his office at the Durham County Judicial Building shortly after results from DNA tests failed to connect any members of the Duke University lacrosse team to the alleged rape of a stripper were obtained by his office on April 10, 2006. In March, ESPN is airing “Fantastic Lies,” a new documentary about the Duke lacrosse case.
Durham District Attorney Mike Nifong is surrounded by the media after coming out of his office at the Durham County Judicial Building shortly after results from DNA tests failed to connect any members of the Duke University lacrosse team to the alleged rape of a stripper were obtained by his office on April 10, 2006. In March, ESPN is airing “Fantastic Lies,” a new documentary about the Duke lacrosse case. CHUCK LIDDY News & Observer file photo
Durham District Attorney Mike Nifong is surrounded by the media after coming out of his office at the Durham County Judicial Building shortly after results from DNA tests failed to connect any members of the Duke University lacrosse team to the alleged rape of a stripper were obtained by his office on April 10, 2006. In March, ESPN is airing “Fantastic Lies,” a new documentary about the Duke lacrosse case. CHUCK LIDDY News & Observer file photo

ESPN to air documentary on Duke lacrosse case in March

January 06, 2016 02:02 PM

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