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- ?Lv 73 months agoFavorite Answer
Yes, Malcolm Little (aka Malcolm X) moved to New York City's Harlem neighborhood in 1943, where he found employment on the New Haven Railroad and engaged in drug dealing, gambling, racketeering, robbery, and pimping. In late 1945, Malcolm moved to Boston, where he and four accomplices committed a series of burglaries targeting wealthy white families. In 1946, he was arrested while picking up a stolen watch he had left at a shop for repairs, and in February began serving an eight-to-ten-year sentence at Charlestown State Prison for larceny and breaking and entering
- Anonymous3 months ago
Yes he did. A life long criminal.