Jack Ruby

The newly declassified documents on President Kennedy’s assassination are raising more questions about the conspiracies and uncertainties surrounding his death.
The newly declassified documents on President Kennedy’s assassination are raising more questions about the conspiracies and uncertainties surrounding his death.
Ruby shoots Oswald -- but what was that third guy doing? I had always wondered. Then I got the chance to ask him.
Boxes full of documents and artifacts about Jack Ruby, the man who killed Lee Harvey Oswald, have been revealed for the first time in nearly 50 years.
While many will recall the sound of muffled drums as Kennedy's horse-drawn funeral caisson was moved through the streets of Washington, I'll remember Friday, 2 p.m., and the echo of drums in a dark and empty school auditorium.
Others have used the occasion to float conspiracy theories and express skepticism about the investigation over Kennedy's
I cannot recall what he told us during those suspenseful minutes following breaking news, but even then I grasped the irony of an assassination attempt in Dallas while learning about the nation's Founding Fathers.
On November 24, 1963, when Jack Ruby gunned down Lee Harvey Oswald in the basement of the Dallas police station he lit the fuse of what became fifty years of controversy.
The voice on the other end of the line was Jack Fallon, Dallas Bureau Chief for United Press International and my boss, who
Given its epic flaws and omissions, it's little wonder that the Warren Report, which the Commission presented to President Johnson with great fanfare on September 28, 1964, has been over the years widely condemned as a monumental government fraud.