Monday, April 28, 2008

'رفض طلب العفو المقدم من قاتل مالكوم اكس للمره 13MALCOLM' PAROLE NIX

By DAREH GREGORIAN for the New York Post
April 25, 2008 --
He's served 43 years behind bars, and now Malcolm X's assassin is filing suit to get out of prison. In papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court, Thomas Hagan says a parole board's decision not to release him for the 13th time is "arbitrary" and "capricious," and he wants a new hearing.
"On Feb. 21, 1965, you, and at least two others, entered a location in which innocent people had gathered in a peaceful setting," the parole decision says, referring to the Audubon Ballroom, where the civil-rights firebrand was gunned down while giving a speech.
"The nature of [my] offense will never change, and for the board to rely upon the seriousness of the crime to the exclusion of all other factors is improper," he contends.
Hagan admitted shooting the former Malcolm Little, and expressed regret in his filing.
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