Exonerated man in Malcolm X murder declares innocence in court as the truth finally comes out
Malcolm X

NEW YORK — A Black man finally exonerated in the 1965 assassination of Malcolm X stood inside a Manhattan courtroom Thursday to hear an apologetic judge finally clear his name. Muhammad Aziz addressed the court after prosecutors released a detailed and damning court filing exposing the decades-old federal and New York Police Department misconduct that helped put two innocent Black men behind bars in the cold-blooded execution of the Muslim leader. “I am an 83-year-old man who was victimized by the criminal justice system, and I do not know how many more years I have to be creative,” declared A...