Former NYPD Officer Claims FBI Responsible For Malcolm X's Death
A letter written by a former NYPD officer reveals details about the night Malcolm X was killed.
Malcolm X's daughters released a letter this weekend claiming the FBI and the New York Police Department played a role in killing the civil rights leader.
Sunday marked 56 years since Malcolm X was assassinated.
The letter was written by Raymond Wood, a former NYPD undercover officer.
Wood said before he died that the FBI and NYPD were behind the murder, saying he was ordered to make sure Malcolm X didn't have door security the night he was killed.
Three men were sentenced to life in prison in the case. Two of them have denied being involved.
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