I knew for a while that the government killed him....they didn't trust the brothers to do it right. To ensure that he was dead, they gave him mouth to mouth resuscitation on the stage, which is something you never do for anyone with chest wounds. The official autopsy didn't say that he died from gunshot wounds, it said that he died from air bubbles in the lungs....the result of the mouth to mouth.
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El Hajj Malik Shabazz standing on stage with Leon 4X Ameer while responding to questions from journalists during press time at Audubon Ballroom in New York City on February 15, 1965, exactly one week before his assassination at the same location. Looking directly at the camera was undercover government agent Gene Roberts who was assigned by the Government to infliltrate Malcolm's security and to help destroy Malcolm X, and he was the same one trying to 'revive' Malcolm after he was fatally shot. Be careful of the company that you keep!
The Amsterdam News has learned, and the U.S. Embassy has confirmed, that Malcolm Shabazz - grandson of Malcolm X, was killed in Mexico.
Several reports around the circumstances of his death, stilled unconfirmed, have rummored that he died early Thursday morning, May 9, 2013 from injuries sustained after he was thrown off a building or shot as he was being robbed in Tijuana.
"I'm confirming, per U.S. Embassy, on behalf of family, the tragic death of Malcolm Shabazz, grandson of Malcolm X.Statement frm family 2 come," wrote close friend of the Shabazz family Terrie M. Williams on twitter.
Family members have confirmed his death and that he was in Mexico but have not confirmed the exact location or circumstances of how Malcolm Shabazz died.
Malcolm Shabazz is survived by two daughters, his mother and several aunts.
Malcolm Shabazz pled guilty and was found guilty of manslaughter and arson and was sentenced to 18 months in Juvenile detention. His stay was extended and he was released four years later.Years later he told the Amsterdam News that he had not set the fire.
Malcolm Shabazz was in the process of writing two books, at least one of which was a manuscript, and he was attending John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York.