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Octafish Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Sep-17-04 11:59 PM
Response to Reply #108
110. It's the Dallas PDHQ, all right.
Not the basement, though. Here's JFK Lancer's take...

During the Friday night "press conference" with Lee Oswald at the Dallas Police Station, then District Attorney Henry Wade said that Lee Oswald was a member of the "Free Cuba Movement," Ruby corrected him, stating: "Fair Play for Cuba." As Ruby testified to Chief Justice Warren:

And they questioned Henry Wade, "what organization did he belong to," or something. And if I recall, I think Henry Wade answered, "Free Cuba." And I corrected Henry Wade, because listening to the radio or KLIF, it stood out in my mind that it was "Fair Play Cuba." There was a difference. So he said, "Oh yes, Fair Play Cuba," and he corrected that.

We left out in the hallway, and I saw Henry Wade standing there, and I went over to him and said, "Henry, I want you to know I was the one that corrected you." I think it is a childish thing, but I met Henry Wade sometime back, and I knew he would recognize me. By the way, it was "Fair Play Cuba," or something to that effect.


SOURCE:

http://www.jfklancer.com/jackruby.html

Now how the heck would Jack Ruby know that Oswald was in a pro-Castro organization? Was Oswald a media personality in Dallas? Difficult to believe, especially when considering Oswald developed his legend in New Orleans.
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