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The Ray Wood Story Confessions of a Black NYPD cop in the  Assassination of Mal

The Ray Wood Story Confessions of a Black NYPD cop in the Assassination of Mal

SKU: B8283

The Ray Wood Story: Confessions of a Black NYPD cop in the 

Assassination of Malcolm X by  Reggie Wood (Author), 

Lizzette Salado - Item #B8283 - $30.00


Demanding racial equality in a system of oppression is a topic that resonated in the Black American community in the 1960’s and still rings true today, with the fight now at the forefront of society due to the growing Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement. From Malcolm X and Fred Hampton, to Breonna Taylor and George Floyd, the crimes perpetrated by the police have shrouded America in a dark cloud of mystery, conspiracy, and corruption for far too long. The suspicious circumstances that surround the tragic assassination of Malcolm X at the Audubon Ballroom have been speculated about for over 56 years; and for 56 years, that same dark secret has hovered over Raymond A. Wood, an NYPD cop who served throughout the 1960’s and 1970’s. That was until today.In a heart-wrenching confession held secret until his death, Ray Wood reveals his and the NYPD’s cataclysmic involvement in the conspiracy to assassinate a prominent leader of the civil rights movement, the revered (or in the government’s case, feared) Malcolm X. This is the account of an undercover detective’s eyewitness and involvement in a ghastly scheme orchestrated by the NYPD and FBI that ultimately removed from this Earth one of the most powerful and influential leaders of the 20th century. “Ray Wood’s confession is truly revealing and riveting. ISBN/EAN13: 1736602705/978-1736602706 - Page Count: 123

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