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Lee Harvey Oswald
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Texas
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Candy Barr
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John F. Kennedy
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Carlos Marcello
(Justice-Crime)
Earl Warren
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Dallas Police Department
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Jack Ruby

Knowledge Identifier: +Jack_Ruby

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Jack Ruby

Convicted of the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald, the accused assassin of President John F. Kennedy add

Category: Justice-Crime

Born in 1911.

Countries: United States (64%), Texas (20%), Jamaica (8%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Lee Harvey Oswald, Texas, Candy Barr

Linked to: Warren Commission, Mafia, Associated Press, The Dallas Morning News

 

Timeline


 

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Jack Ruby was born in 1911 add something


1950

Bill Alexander, who prosecuted Ruby for Oswald's murder, equally rejected any suggestions that Ruby was part-and-parcel of organized crime, claiming that conspiracy theorists based it on the claim that "A knew B, and Ruby knew B back in 1950, so he must have known A, and that must be the link to the conspiracy add something

 

Candy Barr - During the 1950s, she received nationwide attention for her stripping career in Dallas, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas; her troubles with the law; shooting her estranged second husband; and being arrested and sentenced to a prison term for drug possession, as well as her relationships with Mickey Cohen and Jack Ruby


1952

Candy Barr - When the Theater Lounge would close, she would often patronize the after-hours Vegas Club, where she became acquainted with the owner and operator, Jack Ruby, in about 1952


1956

John F. Kennedy - Autopsy · Reaction · Johnson inauguration · Funeral · Jack Ruby · Ruby v.


1958

An FBI report states that Willens's father was Tony Accardo's next door neighbor since 1958 add something


1959

At the time Ruby visited him, in August 1959, McWillie was supervising gambling activities at Havana 's Tropicana Club add something


1963

Ruby was seen in the halls of the Dallas Police Headquarters on several occasions after the arrest of Lee Harvey Oswald on November 22, 1963; and newsreel footage from WFAA-TV and NBC shows Ruby impersonating a newspaper reporter during a press conference at Dallas Police Headquarters on the night of the assassination add something

 

Carlos Marcello - Just before Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963, Dallas nightclub owner Jack Ruby made contact with Marcello, and Tampa, Florida, Florida boss Santo Trafficante, about a labor problem he was having with the American Guild of Variety Artists

 

Geoff Edwards - As a news reporter, Edwards was present in the basement of the Dallas Police Department when Jack Ruby shot suspected John F. Kennedy assassin Lee Harvey Oswald on November 24, 1963


1964

Following Ruby's March 1964 conviction for murder with malice, Ruby's lawyers, led by Sam Houston Clinton, appealed to the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, the highest criminal court in Texas add something

 

Convicted of the murder on March 14, 1964, Ruby appealed the conviction and death sentence add something

 

On March 14, 1964, Ruby was convicted of murder with malice, for which he received a death sentence add something

 

In June 1964, Chief Justice Earl Warren, then-Representative Gerald R. Ford of Michigan, and other commission members went to Dallas to see Ruby add something

 

Dorothy Kilgallen - Because of her open criticism of the Warren Commission and other US government entities, and her association with Jack Ruby and a 1964 private interview with him, "Ramparts" speculated that she was murdered by members of the same alleged conspiracy against JFK. The February 1967 edition of "Cosmopolitan", edited by Helen Gurley Brown, reprinted the "Ramparts" article

 

Peter Worthington - He covered the trial of Jack Ruby in February 1964


1966

Eventually, the appellate court agreed with Ruby's lawyers for a new trial, and on October 5, 1966, ruled that his motion for a change of venue before the original trial court should have been granted add something


Jack Ruby died in 1967 add something

 

As a date for his new trial was being set, he became ill and died of lung cancer on January 3, 1967 add something

 

Ruby died of a pulmonary embolism, secondary to bronchogenic carcinoma , on January 3, 1967 at Parkland Hospital, where Oswald had died and where President Kennedy had been pronounced dead after his assassination add something

 

Arrangements were underway for a new trial to be held in February 1967 in Wichita Falls, Texas, when on December 9, 1966, Ruby was admitted to Parkland Hospital in Dallas, suffering from pneumonia add something


1975

Burning Spear - The trio recorded several more singles for Dodd, and two albums, before they moved on to work with Jack Ruby in 1975.


1976

Justin Hinds - Hinds worked with Jack Ruby which resulted in the 1976 album Jezebel.


1979

However, the House Select Committee on Assassinations in its 1979 Final Report opined: add something


1992

Danny Aiello - He played nightclub owner and Lee Harvey Oswald assassin Jack Ruby in the 1992 biopic "Ruby" and a political bigshot with mob ties in "City Hall", starring Al Pacino