Two men convicted of the 1965 assassination of Malcolm X have been exonerated
Two of the men found guilty of the assassination of Malcolm X are expected to have their convictions thrown out,…
Two of the men found guilty of the assassination of Malcolm X are expected to have their convictions thrown out, validating long-held doubts about who killed the civil rights leader.
Muhammad Aziz and Khalil Islam were arrested and sentenced to life in prison over Malcolm X’s assassination – but a 22-month investigation has allegedly found that authorities withheld evidence that would have helped their case.
A 22-month investigation found that prosecutors, the FBI and the NYPD had withheld evidence that, had it been turned over, would likely have led to the acquittal of Muhammad A. Aziz and Khalil Islam. The men spent decades in prison for the 1965 murder.
What people are saying?
BrimstonewinPete Now after concealing the evidence exonerating them for decade they now need to find the real killer of a Civil Rights Legend they better get on that stuff there is alot of catching up to do what like 50 years of catching up the person who concealed that evidence should be charged.
Chucks Akunesiobike To exonerate them is not important, what’s important is who, who and who sponsored them? With this everyone will know their reasons to carry out the act and as well how long will they live in a free society because their sponsors might want to eliminate them also.