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<img src="http://KFMB.images.worldnow.com/images/12014810_G.jpg" width='250px' alt='In an interview with “60 Minutes,” Parker was unapologetic for a 17-year-old rape case that has surrounded his film. In excerpts from the interview to air Sunday, Parker said he was “falsely accused” and declined to make any apology. page(Photo by Chris Pizz’ align=’left’ /> I was vindicated,” he says. “I feel terrible that this woman isn’t here … Her family had to deal with that, but as I sit here, an apology is no.” In the interview, Anderson Cooper presses Parker on whether he did something morally wrong. “As a Christian man … just being in that situation, yeah, sure,” says Parker. “I am 36 years old right now … my faith is very important to me … so looking back through that lens … it’s not the lens I had when I was 19 years old.” Parker, who stars in, directed, co-wrote and co-produced “The Birth of a Nation,” instead argued that his film, about Nat Turner’s slave rebellion, deserves more attention than himself and the rape accusation, made when he was a student at Penn State.
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