Case Closed: Lee Harvey Oswald and the Assassination of JFK - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

Gerald Posner
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Jack Ruby was in Dallas on November 21. He had meetings with various people. He arrived at his Carousel Club around 3 pm. Due to his sister's illness, he was also running the Vegas Club so he was at both places during the evening. He had dinner with a friend at the Egyptian Club, which was owned by a member of the Dallas underworld. He met with different people during the evening and closed both clubs by 2:30 am, then went for dinner.

The next morning he went to the newspaper office to place his ads and to visit people that he knew. He was with Sales agent Don Campbell from 12 - 12:30 m. He was at the newspaper office at the time of the shooting. Ruby was at the newspaper office until 1:30 when he went to his Carousel Club. Washington journalist Seth Kantor, who knew Ruby, says he...

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