The Manhattan D.A. began re-investigating the case nearly two years ago after a Netflix documentary unearthed documents that likely would have prevented the convictions of Muhammad A. Aziz and Khalil Islam.
“For 10 years, I have carried this confession secretly in fear of what could happen to my family and myself if the government found out what I knew,” ex-police officer Ray Wood's cousin said of the letter he said he'd been carrying since 2011.
In the new Netflix docu-series "Who Killed Malcolm X?" an expert on the iconic civil rights leader accuses a man named William Bradley, also known as Al-Mustafa Shabazz, of gunning down Malcolm in 1965.