2008_08_jogger1.jpgThe five teenagers once accused of rape in the Central Park Jogger case are planning to sue the city for $50 million each. The five were released from prison in 2002 after the DNA of Matias Reyes was found at the scene of the crime and Reyes confessed. A 2003 NYPD report though still says that the five men "most likely" were involved with the crime. The teenagers had previously confessed to the 1989 rape and their lawyer Roger Wareham says that the suit will uncover how "diabolically" detectives worked to force it out of them. "If the city refuses to settle, we are going to relive the whole racial climate of 1989," said Wareham.