2 men convicted of killing Malcolm X set to be exonerated

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Good Morning America published this video item, entitled “2 men convicted of killing Malcolm X set to be exonerated” – below is their description.

Nearly 57 years after the assassination of Malcolm X, Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance is moving to vacate the convictions of Muhammad Aziz, 83, and Khalil Islam, who died in prison in 2009.

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