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The only man to ever admit involvement in the murder of Malcolm X, Thomas Hagan, will be getting out of jail on April 28th. He was granted release at his parole hearing on March 3rd. Hagan was shot in the leg by one of Malcom X’s bodyguards after Malcolm’s assassination and almost beaten to death by the crowd at the Audobon but was saved by uniformed police officers who arrested him.

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