Malcolm Shabazz arraignment scheduled for Friday, June 6

Reyes, Damaso
June 1997
New York Amsterdam News;06/07/97, Vol. 88 Issue 23, p10
Reports on the arraignment of Malcom Shabazz, grandson of doctor Betty Shabazz, which is scheduled for June 6, 1997. Circumstances surrounding his arrest; Who are the co-counsel of Malcom Shabazz; Malcom's reaction during the hearing.


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