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Man Falsely Convicted Of Killing Malcolm X EXONERATED | The Kyle Kulinski Show

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November 23rd 2021

Support The Show On Patreon!: Subscribe to Krystal Kyle & Friends On Substack!: Two men who served decades in prison for the 1965 assassination of civil rights icon Malcolm X had their convictions formally thrown out Thursday. But only one them, Muhammad Aziz, was in the New York City courtroom to hear a judge announce his exoneration — and see long-delayed justice finally done. The other wrongly convicted man, Khalil Islam, went to his grave in 2009 insisting he was innocent. “I’m an 83-year-old man who was victimized by the criminal justice system,” Aziz, who was wearing a mask, told the court shortly before he was exonerated. New York County Supreme Court Judge Ellen Biben agreed. "I regret that this court cannot undo the serious miscarriage of justice," she said. “There can be no question that this is a case that cries out for fundamental justice." Moments later, Aziz' name was cleared and he was shaking the hands of his lawyers and hugging family members in the courtroom amid loud applause. Follow Kyle on Twitter: #KyleKulinski #SecularTalk

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