Earl I know what I am talking about, and I'm sure you think that I'm crazy.
But don't forget the jury found me sane, so I'm not crazy anymore! If you know your family is gone, then you know that all is lost and you can't save anything. But you still may be able to save Israel. By getting to Miami either hitch-hike or some-way. You won't be able to fly because they will be watching for you.
From Miami you must find a way to Cuba, by pretending to rent a boat to go fishing, and get to Cuba someway. From there you must find a way to Russia. Then you tell the Russians how Egypt has been using them all along, but they are much closer to Johnson, because of what is happening to the Jews in the U.
Then they will understand what kind of person Johnson is, and then they may be able to save Israel. Russia will then be in a position to tell Johnson, that there first move if any trouble starts is not to bomb the U. Earl, as God is my judge, you must believe all these things I've been telling you.
When you go back to your hotel, they may have a bug in your room. Don't say anything to Elmer, just take off without your clothes. Good luck and hope you believe me this time, Love always. McMillon testified that he heard Ruby say, "You rat son-of-a-bitch, you shot the president. Sergeant Patrick T. Dean's testimony was damaging. Ten minutes after the shooting, he said, Ruby told him that on Friday night, "when he noticed the sarcastic sneer on Oswald's face," he thought he would kill him. The defense set out to prove that Jack Ruby had a troubled mind. Attorney Belli first called Little Lynn, a year-old stripper, who said Ruby "had a very quick temper.
He'd fly off the handle. Next came testimony from the experts. Roy Schafer, associate clinical professor of psychiatry and psychology at Yale University , had performed psychological tests on Ruby. Would Ruby be subject to states of rage?
What might set him off? Martin L. Towler, neurologist at the University of Texas in Galveston and a court-appointed expert who had examined Ruby, testified to the defendant's history of head injuries and probable "psychomotor variant epilepsy. Manfred S. Guttmacher, chief medical officer of the Supreme Court of Baltimore and an expert on criminal psychology, testified, "I don't think he was capable of knowing right from wrong or understood the nature and consequences of his act.
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I think he was struggling to keep his sanity … I think he had an unusual degree of involvement in the whole tragedy … [there was] disruption of his ego, a very short-lived psychotic episode in which the hostile part of his makeup, which is very strong, became focused on this one individual. Homicide was the result.
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Late on the afternoon of Thursday, March 12, the prosecution presented its rebuttal of findings on Ruby's electroencephalograph EEG testified to by a leading expert, Dr. Frederic A. Gibbs of Chicago. His written conclusion had been that the EEG recordings "show seizure disorders of the psychomotor variant type. Now, hearing disagreement on his opinion, he flew to Dallas that Thursday evening and testified the next morning without a fee.
Standing before the jury with the EEG tracings, he said, "Jack Ruby has a particular, very rare, form of epilepsy.
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The pattern occurs only in one-half of one percent of epileptics. It was a distinctive and unusual epileptic pattern. Prosecutor William Alexander tried to get Dr. As a handcuffed Oswald, flanked by detectives, came into view, Jack Ruby, stocky, balding and wearing a dark suit and gray fedora, lunged forward from the crowd. At approximately a.
Television cameras captured the attack, which was witnessed live by Americans across the country. At his high-profile trial, Jack Ruby was defended pro bono by prominent California attorney Melvin Belli , who argued that psychomotor epilepsy had caused Ruby to mentally black out and subconsciously shoot Oswald, and that due to this condition he should be treated with leniency. However, on March 14, , after deliberating for just over two hours, a jury found Ruby guilty of murder with malice and sentenced him to death by the electric chair.
Belli expressed outrage at the verdict and claimed that Ruby, a Jew, was a victim of discrimination. In October , the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals reversed the conviction on the grounds of improper admission of testimony and the fact that Ruby could not have received a fair trial in Dallas at the time due to excessive publicity.
A new trial was scheduled to take place in Wichita Falls, Texas, in February However, on December 9, , Ruby was admitted to Parkland Hospital the same place where Kennedy and Oswald had died with pneumonia. Soon after, he was diagnosed with lung cancer. On January 3, , he died at age 55 from a blood clot in his lung. Ruby contended he had acted impulsively out of grief and denied being part of any conspiracy. Life magazine reported that Ruby often carried a handgun and that, on the day of the Oswald murder, the nightclub owner had left his dog in the car outside the police building as if he planned to return shortly.
The official report of the Warren Commission , established by President Lyndon Johnson in late November , concluded that neither Oswald nor Ruby was part of a greater conspiracy to assassinate Kennedy. But if you see something that doesn't look right, click here to contact us! Subscribe for fascinating stories connecting the past to the present. A week after President John F. After a nearly yearlong investigation, the commission, led by Chief Justice Earl Jack the Ripper terrorized London in , killing at least five women and mutilating their bodies in an unusual manner, indicating that the killer had a substantial knowledge of human anatomy.
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