Malcom X's daughter told a childhood friend to proceed with plans to assassinate Louis Farrakhan because she was afraid the Nation of Islam leader was going to have her mother killed, according to government transcripts of a wiretapped phone conversation. Qubilah Shabazz, charged with trying to hire a hitman to kill Farrakhan, believed her mother was at risk because she had claimed Farrakhan was involved in Malcolm X's 1965 assasination, prosecutors charged in court papers. "I lost my father and I'm risking losing my mother," Shabazz told government informant Michael Fitzpatrick, according to the prosecution. "I do think that eventually he's going to, in a very slick way, have her killed. OK, so it's either him or my mother." The defense contends Shabazz was set up by Fitzpatrick because he initiated most of the taped telephone calls between the two.