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One of Malcolm X's daughters, Malikah Shabazz, has died from unknown causes at age 56. Ms. Shabazz was found unresponsive by her daughter in her Brooklyn home on Monday.

Malikah, left, is pictured with her twin sister, Malaak, center, and sister, Qubilah, right, at their mother Betty Shabazz's funeral in New York in 1997.

NYPD officers responded to a 911 call from the home at 4:40 p.m., according to Newsweek.

The city's medical examiner also responded to the home and determined her death is not suspicious and there is no foul play indicated.

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Malikah is one of six daughters born to Betty Shabazz and Malcolm X. Betty Shabazz (center) and daughters Malaak, Malikah, Ilyasah and Qubilah (left to right) are pictured together at the "Malcolm X" New York City Premiere on November 16, 1992.

Malikah died just days after two men were exonerated of her father's murder. Malcolm X was killed during a speech at the Audubon Ballroom in Manhattan on February 21, 1965.

Three men were convicted in 1966 and sentenced to life in prison. Muhammad Aziz and Khalil Islam spent two decades maintaining their innocence.

Aziz was paroled in 1985. Islam, who was released in 1987, died in 2009.

They were exonerated by a judge on Friday.

Mujahid Abdul Halim confessed to shooting Malcolm X. He was granted parole in 2010.

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Two of the three men convicted in the assassination of civil rights leader Malcolm X will be exonerated.

Manhattan's district attorney Cy Vance will ask a judge to exonerate Muhammad A. Aziz and Khalil Islam after an investigation determined the FBI and the New York Police Department withheld evidence.

"These men did not get the justice that they deserved," Vance said in an interview with The New York Times.

"What we can do is acknowledge the error, the severity of the error."

The men were accused of fatally shooting Malcolm X as he spoke at the podium in the Audubon Ballroom in NYC in 1965.

Mujahid Abdul Halim, now 80, was released from prison in 2010. He confessed to the murder but insisted the other two, Aziz and Islam, were innocent.

Aziz, 83, was released from prison in 1985. Islam was released in 1987 and died in 2009.

Aziz had always maintained his innocence.

In a statement to PEOPLE by his attorneys, Aziz said he is "glad" that others "are finally seeing the truth we have all known."

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A Los Angeles city manager used a famous quote by Malcolm X to describe the unprovoked shooting of two Compton cops.

City manager Jose Ometeotl posted a meme on Instagram on Sunday. The post showed a B&W photo of Malcolm X along with the words "chickens come home to roost."

The two LASD deputies - a 24-year-old male and a 31-year-old mom of a 6-year-old boy - were sitting in a police cruiser outside a bus station in Compton when they were shot on Saturday.

The unidentified female deputy was shot in the jaw, while her partner was shot in the head. Both deputies are out of surgery and listed in stable condition.

The shooter is described as a Black female, 28-30 years old, wearing dark clothing. After the shooting, she fled in a dark color sedan that could be a black Mercedes Benz.

In his Instagram post, Ometeotl described police as "deputy gangs" and seemed to suggest they deserved to be shot.

He captioned the post, "The shooting of anyone is a wholly unacceptable occurrence in society. I do not condone the type of violence seen in the shooting of the deputies yesterday in Compton. I will say that communities like Compton have been plagued by deputy gangs that inflict fear and violence in the community. These deputies murdered, framed and stole from the community host because they could..."

Ometeotl made his Instagram private after a journalist questioned him about the post. Ometeotl's post sparked outrage among law enforcement communities.

"Apparently, hatred and irresponsible rhetoric is also to be expected from leftist politicians and those in positions of power," wrote one journalist, who added, "Awww, what's the matter, Ometeotl? Can't stand a little heat? You can dish it out but can't take it? Too bad."

Police believe the shooting was a gang initiation. The shooter is still at large.

At a campaign rally in Nevada on Sunday night, President Trump said, "I just saw a video of that animal who went up to the car. They were unsuspecting, fine people - very fine people."

"If you murder a police officer, you should receive the death penalty," he said.

Joe Biden said: "This cold-blooded shooting is unconscionable and the perpetrator must be brought to justice. Violence of any kind is wrong; those who commit it should be caught and punished. Jill and I are keeping the deputies and their loved ones in our hearts and praying for a full recovery."

A $100,000 reward has been offered for information leading to the capture of the shooter.

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The Amsterdam News reports that Shabazz, 28, was thrown off a rooftop after being shot during an attempted robbery on Thursday, May 9.

"I'm confirming, per U.S. Embassy, on behalf of family, the tragic death of Malcolm Shabazz, grandson of Malcolm X. Statement frm family 2 come," tweeted Shabazz family friend Terrie M. Williams on twitter earlier today.

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