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defendandprotect Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Oct-30-07 12:47 AM
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7. Jack Ruby was actually a rather brave man in trying to warn us ---
There's an interesting letter by him -- allegedly -- in Jim Marr's book -- "Crossfire" . . .
I'll try to get it up later --

and certainly he tried to get Earl Warren to take him to Washington, DC where he'd be safe
and be able to tell the truth -- asked Warren to do this quite a number of times in the interview.

Dorthy Kilgallen was trying to work with him -- had the only interview alone with him.
She was elimianted quickly.

Ruby had a family that were supposedly be threatened -- a brother and a sister, as I recall.
Yet he was trying to tell the truth -- and I have theories about why he persisted in that.

Supposedly his brother brought a tape recorder to the hospital at one point and he told his story -- and then was forced to deny it.

Basically, in his letter Jack Ruby warns us of very right-wing people -- "Nazis" --



PS: I don't mean to suggest that Ruby wasn't a murderer in reality -
he was a member of organized crime -- a leader in it -- and someone we would all regard
as evil.
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