New Allegations Into The Death of Malcolm X From Former NYPD Officer

February 23, 2021

A former New York City Police Department officer on his death bed, detailed new allegations surrounding the death of Malcolm X. Ray Wood was hired by the NYPD in 1964, his job was to “infiltrate civil rights organizations” to find evidence of criminal activity so the FBI could discredit the subjects and arrest its leaders, Wood wrote in the letter obtained by ABC News.

Wood’s handler devised the arrest of two of Malcolm X’s “key” security detail members in a plot to bomb the Statue of Liberty days before his 1965 assassination, Wood wrote. The plot involved three members of a Black “terrorist group” and a Canadian woman who were planning to dynamite the Statue of Liberty, the Liberty Bell and the Washington Monument, the New York Times reported on Feb. 16, 1965.

“It was my assignment to draw the two men into a felonious federal crime, so that they could be arrested by the FBI and kept away from managing Malcolm X’s door security on February 21, 1965,” Wood placed his full confession into the care of his cousin, Reginald Wood Jr., and requested that the information be held until after his death. To Read More Click Here.

Source: ABC News