3. Hagan’s head (green circle) is visible in a sea of policemen.
4-6. William Bradley, the man whose shotgun ended Malcolm X’s life, runs toward policemen holding Thomas Hagan. He has a newspaper in his left coat pocket (yellow circle). Incredibly, he intends to extricate him.
8 – 10. As police attempt to take Hagan to an ambulance for transport to Columbia Presbyterian hospital across the street, Bradley grabs an officer by his overcoat and attempts to push him away from Hagan.
11-12. Bradley finally makes contact with Hagan.
15. As Bradley continues to fight policemen in order to free his coconspirator, an OAAU member grabs a wooden folding chair (brown box) and heads toward Hagan.
16 - 18. Bradley (yellow shapes), who is 6-feet tall and weighs more than 200 pounds, yanks a police office by the shoulder of his coat, pulling him downward. Two OAAU members, one armed with a folding chair, move in closer to Hagan.
22-24. Sergeant Alvin Aronoff finally realizes that Bradley is attacking police officers and moves in to stop him.
25-27. Chaos ensues as Bradley, police and Malcolm X supporters fight over control of Thomas Hagan. Aronoff grabs Bradley by his shoulders.
28 – 29. The film suffered damage at this point and frames were removed.
30: Bradley finally gets into the thick of the struggle. Angry Malcolm X supporters cling to Hagan’s legs while Bradley pulls him by his arms.