Exoneration expected for two men convicted of killing Malcolm X

Two of the three men convicted of killing civil rights leader Malcolm X in 1965 are expected to be exonerated Thursday following a nearly two-year investigation that found both the FBI and NYPD withheld information that could have cleared them during their trial.

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