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Sandra Bookman and Now Here: A Netflix Documentary to Meet the Journalists Behind “The Who Killed Malcolm X”

New York (WABC)-In this episode of Here and Now, we hear from investigative journalists behind the documentary that they have led to the immunity of two men who were falsely accused of killing Malcolm X.

More than 50 years after the assassination of Muhammad Abdul Aziz, a symbol of civil rights, and his deceased, Khalid Islam is exonerated after the Netflix documentary Who Killed Malcolm X urges the Manhattan district attorney to re-examine the case. it was done.

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