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Thomas Hagan was released from prison today. The confessed killer of Malcolm X is now 69 years old.
DNA info reports, “Prior to his release, Hagan had tried more than a dozen times for parole. He was finally approved earlier this year. In a March 3 interview with parole officials, he said he was sorry, and that the things that motivated him to kill Malcolm X on Feb. 21, 1965 were wrong.”
Associated Press interviewed Hagan by phone, “Hagan acknowledged that he was one of three men who shot Malcolm X in front of a crowd of hundreds – including several of his young children – as the civil rights leader began a speech at Harlem’s Audubon Ballroom on Feb. 21, 1965. Two other accomplices created a distraction in the audience, Hagan has said.”