The murderer of Malcolm X is on parole after 44 years of sentence.
Thomas Hagan, the murderer of Malcolm X, a prominent leader of the civil rights of African Americans in the United States, I am on parole Tuesday after serving 44 years in prison, local media reported. I have deep regrets about my participation (in the murder) Hagan, 69, left the New York prison where he slept two nights a week since I, buy aion kinah, joined a work program in 1992 allowed him to begin to live with his family and after being denied parole in fourteen times since 1984. Hagan was the only one of the three arrested for the death of Malcolm X who admitted his involvement in a murder committed on February 21, 1965 when the New York activist spoke before 400 people and, cheap kinah, all her family, for which he was sentenced to a penalty of twenty years imprisonment and life imprisonment. The other two convicted of killing African-American activist, Muhammad Abdul Aziz and Khalil Islam, denied his murder and got paroled in 1985 and 1987, respectively. A Hagan was denied parole in fourteen occasions "I have deep regrets about my participation (in the murder). I think, aion kinah, that would have never have happened," Hagan said in court that finally agreed to grant parole, the news channel reported CNN. For probation, Hagan had to find a job that was to keep "working in the same place for seven years, and keep their children, so as to comply with conditions imposed on him and now the court should be preserved. The prison she visited so far Hagan is curiously at the corner of 110th Street in Manhattan with Malcolm X Boulevard, the road that the city of New York dedicated to the memory of one of the most active leaders of his African-American history.