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Two men convicted of killing Malcom X could be exonerated

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Two men convicted in the assassination of civil rights activist Malcolm X could be exonerated 55 years later. Prosecutors reviewed the case after a Netflix documentary aired called “Who Killed Malcom X?” The Manhattan district attorney’s office is expected to throw out the convictions of Muhammad A. Aziz and Khalil Islam.