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NowHearThis Donating Member (537 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat May-16-09 03:10 PM
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25. Ruby tried desperately to avoid what he had been ordered to do
Ruby made late night phone calls to the DPD in which he "warned" that a group planned to kill Oswald if he (Oswald) was transferred
from the DPD jail the next morning (Sunday).

Ruby apparently had been ordered to kill Oswald since the DPD officers didn't so at the Texas theater and his calls in the middle of the night (Sat.) to the DPD was his way of trying to forestall the transfer Oswald. If Oswald had been transferred in the middle of
the night, as had been previously recommended, then obviously that would let Ruby off the hook (of orders to him to kill Oswald).

Ruby didn't want to shoot Oswald, and that raises the question: who ordered him to do so?
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