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A Georgia man convicted in the 1971 murder of Malcolm X was cleared of murder charges Friday, as two psychologists described in court affidavits that evidence linking him to the murder was obtained through false testimony obtained from protesters.

A judge in Fulton County District Court found John Walker Lindh, also known as Ahmad Khan Rahami, not guilty of shooting and killing X. Lindh had been in federal custody since his capture last year. The judge found that Lindh wasn’t a participant in the crime and the conspiracy.

Watch the judge’s announcement above.

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