NewsNew Witnesses To Be Introduced In Malcolm X Assassination Case

New Witnesses To Be Introduced In Malcolm X Assassination Case

It’s just time for the truth…..

Civil rights and personal injury attorney Ben Crump is scheduled to announce new witnesses in the alleged conspiracy case surrounding Malcolm X’s assassination. 

During a press conference scheduled for Feb. 21, 59 years to the day of X’s murder, Crump and co-counsel Ray Hamlin and Flint Taylor will be introducing two new witnesses who have offered evidence in the case. A press release labels the witnesses as security associates who have never spoken publicly before and were arrested one week before the civil rights leader’s killing. 

X was killed on Feb. 21, 1965, at just 39 years old, while speaking at New York City’s Audubon Ballroom – in front of his wife and daughters. For years following his death, conspiracies flew around that he was murdered by the hands of federal and New York government agencies, often listing the NYPD, FBI and CIA as co-conspirators. However, the thoughts have never been proven true. 

Years later, in an interview with CBS, Roberts claimed he heard someone say “(expletive), get your hands out of my pockets” at the dry run. He then gave the information to the FBI but is unaware of what they did with the information, and it is still unclear who organized the dry run. 

Taking place at the Malcolm X & Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial and Educational Center, X’s family is scheduled to be present in the hope that this may bring some closure to this historic cold case. “We simply want the truth to be known,” Ilyasah Shabazz, Malcolm X’s daughter, said. “What history has recorded is inaccurate.”

Source: Black Enterprise

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