A jury has cleared two New York City police officers in the rape of a woman in December 2008. The woman had been brought home by the officers after a night of drinking, and said she was assaulted at her home in Manhattan’s East Village. Both denied the charges, one saying that no sex occurred and the other saying he was out of the room at the time of the alleged assault. The woman secretly taped one officer several days after the event, and in the recording he denied that they had had sex but said “yes” when asked whether he had used a condom. The jury deliberated for seven days before reaching a verdict. Officers Kenneth Moreno and Franklin Mata have both been convicted of official misconduct.