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Offline Jerry Freeman

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Re: The real Jack Ruby
« Reply #20 on: January 29, 2020, 09:49:44 PM »
Dallas PD: "We have to silence Oswald in order to prevent him from exposing the plot. If he talks to the public he'll reveal it..."
Oops.
Yeah right...after all they gave him a whole 10 -15 seconds to explain everything.
Try and grasp reality will ya?  ::)


 
 

Online Jack Trojan

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Re: The real Jack Ruby
« Reply #21 on: January 29, 2020, 10:48:50 PM »
When I see the word “obvious” in a response, I stop reading. Nothing about 11/22 is obvious.

You must have stopped reading anything that contradicted your flimsy lone nut hypothesis when you became a full fledged Warren Commission Defender. Hook line and sinker.

Some things were obvious re 11/22 such as the DPD's actions from their handling of crime scene evidence to sheep dipping Oswald with the BY photos. To those who look objectively at the evidence, Fritz, in particular, was obviously a conspirator under Hoover's thumb.

Offline Jerry Freeman

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Re: The real Jack Ruby
« Reply #22 on: January 30, 2020, 01:57:51 AM »
By Jeff Meek
January 14, 2020 Former Dallas police officer W.E. “Rusty” Robbins had a ringside seat for aspects of the Nov. 22, 1963 assassination of President Kennedy, which he shared with me during a Dec. 4 interview at his Texas home.
56 years later?
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He knew Ruby from working the area of downtown Dallas where Ruby’s Carousel Club was located. “I had talked to Jack many, many times as well as other bar operators,” he told me. Asked if he ever saw other D.P.D. persons in the club, Robbins said, “never.”
He must have not looked around very hard. 
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On one occasion Robbins was in the club’s kitchen fixing a pizza and was offered non-alcoholic champagne by Ruby. “So we had a little drink back in the kitchen.”
But only just one occasion?
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 ...[at] Parkland Hospital’s morgue. His assignment was to guard the door that led to the room where Oswald’s body was to be autopsied. “I was told not to let anybody through that door. I don’t care if it’s a doctor or the FBI, don’t let them through.”
 Later, Robbins told me he was asked if he wanted to see Oswald’s body, which he did briefly.
Who asked Robbin's if he wanted a peek?...The same one [whoever that was] that told him to admit no one? Yeah--Right. 
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Offline Ted Shields

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Re: The real Jack Ruby
« Reply #23 on: January 30, 2020, 12:03:02 PM »
Yes "they" left Oswald be interrogated for 48 hours including allowing him to speak in front of the whole world.

Also, can anyone explain why Ruby shot him in the stomach? Which is not a kill shot as abdominal gunshot wounds have a 90% survival rate.

Honestly, someone please explain this.
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Re: The real Jack Ruby
« Reply #24 on: January 30, 2020, 01:16:11 PM »
Are you suggesting that Jack Ruby

a) intentionally planned to shoot Oswald only in the abdomen

b) knew the survival rate of abdominal gunshot wounds

Offline Ted Shields

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Re: The real Jack Ruby
« Reply #25 on: January 30, 2020, 04:59:41 PM »
Are you suggesting that Jack Ruby

a) intentionally planned to shoot Oswald only in the abdomen

b) knew the survival rate of abdominal gunshot wounds

You shoot him in the head or you don't shoot him at all. You wait until he gets to prison and kill him there.

Whats the difference between a clumsy effort in the police station or waiting a day and killing him in prison?

He wasn't going to court that day. It would've been months before a trial started so "they" would have had time to get him in prison.
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Re: The real Jack Ruby
« Reply #26 on: January 30, 2020, 06:24:04 PM »
You shoot him in the head or you don't shoot him at all. You wait until he gets to prison and kill him there.

Do you have some experience as a mafia hit man?

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Whats the difference between a clumsy effort in the police station or waiting a day and killing him in prison?

He wasn't going to court that day. It would've been months before a trial started so "they" would have had time to get him in prison.

Ruby was buddy-buddy with the DPD.  Once Oswald was transferred to county, he wouldn't have had such access.

Offline Steve M. Galbraith

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Re: The real Jack Ruby
« Reply #27 on: January 30, 2020, 09:57:38 PM »
Yes "they" left Oswald be interrogated for 48 hours including allowing him to speak in front of the whole world.

Also, can anyone explain why Ruby shot him in the stomach? Which is not a kill shot as abdominal gunshot wounds have a 90% survival rate.

Honestly, someone please explain this.
Oswald talked to his wife, his mother and his brother. In each case alone, one on one. I've seen I've seen almost nothing indicating they were being monitored and even less indicating Oswald was prevented from fully talking to them. He talked alone to Lou Nichols, the head of the Dallas Bar Association. He was able to make phone calls. He met with the press. He was able to talk/yell to the press in the hall as he was being escorted from the various offices. In one of them he yelled he wanted John Abt as his lawyer.

He had numerous opportunities to expose this so called conspiracy. Not only did he not expose any conspiracy, the Dallas Police Department allowed him to expose one by allowing the above opportunities. Why take that risk? It makes no sense to me.

These are the types of questions that the conspiracy crowd - those that believe Oswald knew something - don't like. They show the sheer illogic of what they claim happened versus what did.
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Offline Jerry Freeman

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Re: The real Jack Ruby
« Reply #28 on: January 30, 2020, 11:22:10 PM »
These are the types of questions that the conspiracy crowd - those that believe Oswald knew something - don't like. They show the sheer illogic of what they claim happened versus what did.
Regroup some brain cells ---Does it occur to the mind that maybe...just perhaps.... a patsy doesn't know anything about the plot/& or crime he is being framed for? :-\
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Offline Ted Shields

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Re: The real Jack Ruby
« Reply #29 on: January 31, 2020, 09:47:35 AM »
Do you have some experience as a mafia hit man?

Show me another example of an important assassination with a .38 to the stomach. It doesn't happen.

Ruby was buddy-buddy with the DPD.  Once Oswald was transferred to county, he wouldn't have had such access.

No but someone else would have. Much easier to kill him there.

 

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