NY Officer’s Death Letter Reveals NYPD & FBI Connection with Malcolm X Death, Documents Leaked

Couldn’t even look his daughter in the eye huh. . .

Over the weekend, the estate of Malcolm X confirmed what the world already knew, regarding his unfortunate passing. Former officer of New York State, Raymond Wood confirmed in a letter, implicating both the FBI and NYPD of his death. Malcolm X was assassinated at the Audubon Ballroom in Washington Heights on February 21, 1965.

Days before his death, two of Malcolm’s security members were arrested, leaving his inner circle compromised (similar to the Pop Smoke situation last year).

In the letter, Mr. Wood confessed that he played a part in arresting those two men. He said, “I participated in actions that in hindsight were deplorable and detrimental to the advancement of my own Black people. My actions on behalf of the New York City Police Department were done under duress and fear.”

We’re assuming Mr. Wood couldn’t go to the grave with this secret, as the family of Malcolm X are demanding a reopening for the investigation of his death. At the moment, the FBI is issuing no comment, while the NYPD confirmed they’re committed to “assist” with any way.

Take a look at Ilyasah Shabazz, the daughter of Malcolm X, reading the conspiracy to cover up details in full below.

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