Daughters call for new investigations into their father’s murder


Dhe daughters of the American civil rights activist Malcolm X, who was murdered in 1965, have called for a full new investigation into the attack. Over the weekend, they relied on newly emerged evidence that allegedly implicated the New York Police and the FBI in the attack. All evidence on the case would have to be “thoroughly checked”, demanded Ilyasah Shabazz, one of the civil rights activist’s six daughters, in a press conference.

A New York prosecutor’s spokesman said a new review of the murder case was “ongoing.”  The  New York FBI office initially made no comment.

Explosive letter from a deceased policeman

Malcolm X was shot dead on February 21, 1965 while performing in Harlem, New York. During the press conference on Saturday, a letter was read from a deceased police officer alleging that the New York police and the FBI were complicit in the murder. © www.de24.news The  late official Raymond Wood did not want his statements on the case to be published until after his death.

Wood – an African American – is said to have lured the two bodyguards of Malcolm X into a trap as an undercover agent. © www.de24.news The  two bodyguards were arrested a few days before the murder. When he appeared in Harlem, the civil rights activist was without a bodyguard. He was shot dead when he was about to start giving a speech.

Three men were sentenced to life imprisonment for the attack. One of them, Thomas Hagan, confessed to the crime, but called the other two convicts innocent. Hagan was released in 2010 after granting a petition for clemency that he had submitted. He was a former member of the Muslim black movement Nation of Islam, of which Malcolm X was a leader. One of the other two convicts died in prison in 2009. © www.de24.news The  third convict was released on parole in 1985.

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