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Al-Mustafa Shabazz Malcolm X murder

The man accused of being behind the 1965 assassination of Malcolm X by the late author Manning Marable in his new biography “Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention denies any involvement.

In his major new biography “Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention,” author Manning Marable, claims William Bradley, who many people over the years have placed at the shooting of Malcolm X, is married to Carolyn Kelley, now Carolyn Kelley Shabazz, a prominent civic leader in Newark. Marable died unexpectedly Friday from a long illness.

Three men were eventually convicted of the murder of Malcolm X, who had publicly split with the Nation of Islam, but Marable and others claim there were other assailants, including the 72-year-old Bradley who has legally taken the name Al-Mustafa Shabazz.

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