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Source:  The New York Times

For more than half a century, scholars have maintained that prosecutors convicted the wrong men in the assassination of Malcolm X.

Now, 55 years after that bloody afternoon in February 1965 in New York City, the Manhattan district attorney’s office is reviewing whether to reinvestigate the murder.

Some new evidence comes from six-part documentary “Who Killed Malcolm X?” that begins streaming February 7 on Netflix, which posits that two of the men convicted could not have been at the scene that day.

Instead it points the finger at four members of a Nation of Islam mosque in Newark, N.J., depicting their involvement as an open secret in their city.  One even appeared in a 2010 campaign ad for then-Newark mayor Cory Booker.

Read the story at The New York Times.


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