The 2019 Netflix documentary helped lead to the reopening of the 50-year-old case, and to the exoneration of Muhammad A. Aziz and Khalil Islam

Producers of the Netflix documentary series “Who Killed Malcolm X” were hot on the trail of the influential Black leader’s most likely murderer, William Bradley — a member of a Newark mosque who once served time in prison on charges that included threatening to kill three people — when Bradley died in 2018.

However, questions raised during the production of the series, which premiered in 2020, helped to relaunch the investigation into Malcolm X’s killing,
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