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Chris,

Steve -

Thanks again for doing all this.

That article about the call to WOR "about six weeks before the assassination" is intriguing on a number of different levels and is new to me. That would have been Oct 11, so it would not seem possible that Oswald could have called him from Louisiana around that date. So was someone impersonating Oswald? Also, it's interesting that the call was "paid" and that "Oswald" volunteered to travel to New York (perhaps on his own dime) to do a radio interview.

Thanks,

I was hoping somebody would pick up on this.

This is a very intriguing document for all the reasons you listed.

It's interesting too, this Oswald launching into a tirade. Is this the same Oswald that went into a tirade at the Cuban Embassy in Mexico City?

In the first week of October, landlady Mary Bledsoe would describe LHO as:

Mrs. BLEDSOE: He was very, very congenial.

"...and I got the book, and papers, and tried to look for him a job, because he was a nice looking boy, and wanted a job."

"...and then I interviewed him when he first came in and thought he was all right, and he never spoke."

Later on she would tell the WC that after living with him for a week, she didn't like his attitude, he was a know-it-all, but at first it was almost like she was describing a whole other person.

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I was going to try and keep these all together, but the Forum software will only allow a certain number of quoted blocks at one time, so I'll have to split them up.

Group 19. Congratulatory letters to Wade. Invitations to speak at various law conferences around the country. Letter to Pres. Johnson asking him to appoint Wade as Attorney General of U.S.

11/26/63 issue of The Worker calling for an independent commission.

Article from 11/29/63 issue of Deutche National Zietung. Investigation of Oswald as Walker shooter stopped by Robert F. Kennedy.

pdf 105b. p. 2. Article in 10/31/63 issue of The Wanderer of St. Paul, MN by author, Taylor Caldwell. JFK is surrounded by military men in Duluth, MN. Does he feel he is in personal danger? "The mere thought of Mr. Kennedy being assassinated should make all of us shudder..."

pdf 106a. Biographical article about Henry Wade. In WWII he served on the USS Hornet in the Pacific, along with fellow classmate John Connally.

Group 20. Congratulatory letters to Wade. Some wacko letters.

pdf 107b. Article in the newspaper, the Daily News. Appears to have been written five days after the assassination. Many remaining questions unanswered. Article says Kennedy hit in the throat by the first shot, angling downwards, according to a Dallas neurosurgeon who saw the wound. Refers to a film shot by an amateur that sounds much like the Zapruder film. Says three shots, one in the throat, one hit Connally, then the head shot. Makes no reference to a wound in the back.

Group 21. Congratulatory letters to Wade.

Group 22. Congratulatory letters to Wade. A couple of notes that are not complimentary.

pdf 128. Letter from Major C.C. Booth, C.A.L. Member of Texas Parole Board. Expresses disgust at Belli's actions:

"It's a sad thing to swallow when anyone from California, a state that was among the first to mix..."

"Too bad you all didn't have some decent man who slapped that misfit in the mouth..."

"As Chairman of the Dallas County Democratic League, of which we claim several hundred membership, all of whom are REAL WHITE MEN (100%) Democratic, not that black and tan Roosevelt Johnson brand..."

Group 23. Newspaper articles.

pdf 136. Article in Thunderbolt, "Jews Involved in Assassination." Referenced earlier

p. 6 Article in New York Herald, "A Death in Emergency Room No One, by Jimmy Breslin - an article about Malcolm Perry.

p. 9 New York Journal American, "What Jack Ruby Told to Warren." second installment by Dorothy Kilgallen

"And while he never admitted that the reported meeting (of Tippit, Ruby, Weissman and a rich oil man in the Carousel, he never directly denied it either."

p. 13 L.A. Times 8/19/64 "Warren Panel Has No Comment on Ruby Story." How Kilgallen got ahold of Ruby's testimony to Commission.

p. 14 L.A. Times, "Federal Agents Probe Ruby Testimony Leak."

transcripts of Ruby's testimony.

pdf 137 L.A. Herald-Examiner, "Ruby Tells of Worry For Family." more Ruby transcripts

p. 4 Dorothy Kilgallen, "Sinister Forces in Dallas."

p. 8 L.A. Times, "Ruby Swings at Attorney in Jail Cell." "Jack Ruby took a swing at one of his lawyers during a conference in his jail cell Thursday..."

pdf 138. p. 14. Miami Herald "Probe Asked of Oswald Diary Leak."

p. 15 Miami Herald, 6/26/64, "Warren Report to Pin Loner Tag on Oswald." by Drew Pearson.

pdf 139 p. 2. "Soviet Police Paid Oswald." excerpts from Oswald's diary

p. 7. "Oswald Alone Killed President, Says RFK." (to a Polish crowd).

pdf 140 excerpts from LHO diary.

Group 23 pdf 141. Picture of Jack Ruby. Look into those eyes and tell me if the hairs on the back of your neck don't stand up.

pdf 142. The Star News, Pasadena, CA. 12/23/63 "Pistol Taken From Ruby Case Witness." (Little Lynn)

p. 6. Picture of Bill Decker

p. 7. Picture of Little Lynn

articles about the trial

p. 12. David Conrad Glass of Klamath Falls, OR called Albuquerque FBI and told them he was enroute to Dallas to testify in Jack Ruby case. Asked if he had been subpoened as a witness, he said no. Later on 2/17/64 he is arrested in the courthouse carrying a gun. You can find a few more details on this in the DPD Archives, Box 18, Folder# 9, Item# 4.

pdf 143. Belli thinks phones and hotel room is being bugged.

Article, "Judge Bans Searching of Ruby Trial Jurors."

p. 6. Article. 6 weeks prior to assassination, Oswald phones New York radio station WOR and asks to be put on the air and be interviewed about the Fair Play For Cuba Committee. Says he will pay for trip to New York himself. When radio personality says no, Oswald goes into a tirade.

p. 9. San Francisco Examiner, 2/17/64. "Belli Blasts Dallas." "My Suite Bugged, Searched."

pdf 145. p. 4. S.F. Examiner, 4/19/64. "Mirror, Mirror on the Wall." article by J. Frank Dobie. Review of book by (FNU) Leslie. Scathing article about Dallas and the Citizens Council of Dallas.

p. 12 "Mystery of Balding Oswald." "...why the suspected assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald lost more than half his hair in the 2 1/2 years he lived in the Soviet Union."

Steve Thomas

Group 24:

pdf 146 p. 3 National Enquirer. Article by John Henshaw 5/17/64. "Washington Insiders Rocked By Report of Fantastic Letter." "Link Ruby and Oswald." "Shocked Officials Hear: U.S. Justice Department Letter Blocked Their Arrest Seven Months Before JFK Slaying." This was the report that the U.S. Justice Department intervened and asked the FBI to ask Dallas Police Officials not to arrest Oswald and Ruby for the attempted murder of General Walker.

Articles about Ruby being denied a new trial.

Steve Thomas

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I was going to try and keep these all together, but the Forum software will only allow a certain number of quoted blocks at one time, so I'll have to split them up.

Group 19. Congratulatory letters to Wade. Invitations to speak at various law conferences around the country. Letter to Pres. Johnson asking him to appoint Wade as Attorney General of U.S.

11/26/63 issue of The Worker calling for an independent commission.

Article from 11/29/63 issue of Deutche National Zietung. Investigation of Oswald as Walker shooter stopped by Robert F. Kennedy.

pdf 105b. p. 2. Article in 10/31/63 issue of The Wanderer of St. Paul, MN by author, Taylor Caldwell. JFK is surrounded by military men in Duluth, MN. Does he feel he is in personal danger? "The mere thought of Mr. Kennedy being assassinated should make all of us shudder..."

pdf 106a. Biographical article about Henry Wade. In WWII he served on the USS Hornet in the Pacific, along with fellow classmate John Connally.

Group 20. Congratulatory letters to Wade. Some wacko letters.

pdf 107b. Article in the newspaper, the Daily News. Appears to have been written five days after the assassination. Many remaining questions unanswered. Article says Kennedy hit in the throat by the first shot, angling downwards, according to a Dallas neurosurgeon who saw the wound. Refers to a film shot by an amateur that sounds much like the Zapruder film. Says three shots, one in the throat, one hit Connally, then the head shot. Makes no reference to a wound in the back.

Group 21. Congratulatory letters to Wade.

Group 22. Congratulatory letters to Wade. A couple of notes that are not complimentary.

pdf 128. Letter from Major C.C. Booth, C.A.L. Member of Texas Parole Board. Expresses disgust at Belli's actions:

"It's a sad thing to swallow when anyone from California, a state that was among the first to mix..."

"Too bad you all didn't have some decent man who slapped that misfit in the mouth..."

"As Chairman of the Dallas County Democratic League, of which we claim several hundred membership, all of whom are REAL WHITE MEN (100%) Democratic, not that black and tan Roosevelt Johnson brand..."

Group 23. Newspaper articles.

pdf 136. Article in Thunderbolt, "Jews Involved in Assassination." Referenced earlier

p. 6 Article in New York Herald, "A Death in Emergency Room No One, by Jimmy Breslin - an article about Malcolm Perry.

p. 9 New York Journal American, "What Jack Ruby Told to Warren." second installment by Dorothy Kilgallen

"And while he never admitted that the reported meeting (of Tippit, Ruby, Weissman and a rich oil man in the Carousel, he never directly denied it either."

p. 13 L.A. Times 8/19/64 "Warren Panel Has No Comment on Ruby Story." How Kilgallen got ahold of Ruby's testimony to Commission.

p. 14 L.A. Times, "Federal Agents Probe Ruby Testimony Leak."

transcripts of Ruby's testimony.

pdf 137 L.A. Herald-Examiner, "Ruby Tells of Worry For Family." more Ruby transcripts

p. 4 Dorothy Kilgallen, "Sinister Forces in Dallas."

p. 8 L.A. Times, "Ruby Swings at Attorney in Jail Cell." "Jack Ruby took a swing at one of his lawyers during a conference in his jail cell Thursday..."

pdf 138. p. 14. Miami Herald "Probe Asked of Oswald Diary Leak."

p. 15 Miami Herald, 6/26/64, "Warren Report to Pin Loner Tag on Oswald." by Drew Pearson.

pdf 139 p. 2. "Soviet Police Paid Oswald." excerpts from Oswald's diary

p. 7. "Oswald Alone Killed President, Says RFK." (to a Polish crowd).

pdf 140 excerpts from LHO diary.

Group 23 pdf 141. Picture of Jack Ruby. Look into those eyes and tell me if the hairs on the back of your neck don't stand up.

pdf 142. The Star News, Pasadena, CA. 12/23/63 "Pistol Taken From Ruby Case Witness." (Little Lynn)

p. 6. Picture of Bill Decker

p. 7. Picture of Little Lynn

articles about the trial

p. 12. David Conrad Glass of Klamath Falls, OR called Albuquerque FBI and told them he was enroute to Dallas to testify in Jack Ruby case. Asked if he had been subpoened as a witness, he said no. Later on 2/17/64 he is arrested in the courthouse carrying a gun. You can find a few more details on this in the DPD Archives, Box 18, Folder# 9, Item# 4.

pdf 143. Belli thinks phones and hotel room is being bugged.

Article, "Judge Bans Searching of Ruby Trial Jurors."

p. 6. Article. 6 weeks prior to assassination, Oswald phones New York radio station WOR and asks to be put on the air and be interviewed about the Fair Play For Cuba Committee. Says he will pay for trip to New York himself. When radio personality says no, Oswald goes into a tirade.

p. 9. San Francisco Examiner, 2/17/64. "Belli Blasts Dallas." "My Suite Bugged, Searched."

pdf 145. p. 4. S.F. Examiner, 4/19/64. "Mirror, Mirror on the Wall." article by J. Frank Dobie. Review of book by (FNU) Leslie. Scathing article about Dallas and the Citizens Council of Dallas.

p. 12 "Mystery of Balding Oswald." "...why the suspected assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald lost more than half his hair in the 2 1/2 years he lived in the Soviet Union."

Group 24:

pdf 146 p. 3 National Enquirer. Article by John Henshaw 5/17/64. "Washington Insiders Rocked By Report of Fantastic Letter." "Link Ruby and Oswald." "Shocked Officials Hear: U.S. Justice Department Letter Blocked Their Arrest Seven Months Before JFK Slaying." This was the report that the U.S. Justice Department intervened and asked the FBI to ask Dallas Police Officials not to arrest Oswald and Ruby for the attempted murder of General Walker.

Articles about Ruby being denied a new trial.

Steve Thomas

Group 24. pdf 147. p. 2. "Captain Glen King Discusses Saturation Reporting.

Norman Redlich linked to Red Group.

p. 3. Article. Washington Report, by Robert Allen and Paul Scott. "Jackie to Tell Dallas Story."

p. 13. "Payoff Charge Framed, Says Ousted Agent." Suspended Secret Service Agent, Abraham Bolden says he was framed.

psf 148. p. 3. Article. Waco Tribune. "Wade Denies Revenge Was Dallas' Aim."

p. 7 Article. The Sun 5/29/64. "Mel Belli Plays Alice in Dallas." quotes Federal Judge, Sarah Hughes two weeks ago, "Dallas is a city of hate. In no other city could the President have been assassinated."

p. 12. "Hargis - Bringuer Personal Appearance Schedule." Good picture of Carlos Bringuer.

pdf 150 p. 2. "Justice Warren Meets With Ruby"

p. 2. Article. Miami Herald"Prior to Assassination, FBI Offered It's Help to Oswald Family?". Concerning November 1, 1963 visit to Paine house by Hosty. Article quotes Ruth Paine, "I wasn't glad Jack Ruby killed him. I was just glad it was over. I am glad he was dead."

p. 3. Article. Miami News 6/14/64 "Ruby send $10.00 to J.F.K. Library."

pdf 151. p. 3. "It's Fantastic" Lincoln**Kennedy Facts Compliments of Honest Joe - Himself.

p. 4. Article. San Jose Mercury 9/2/64 "What Belli Discovered in Dallas." "If jedge Says You Cain't See It, You Cain't."

pdf 152. Lots of articles about Jewish affairs.

pdf 153 - 155. Statement of Facts on Change of Venue, Index to volume III and testimony of Sam Bloom.

Steve Thomas

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I was going to try and keep these all together, but the Forum software will only allow a certain number of quoted blocks at one time, so I'll have to split them up.

Group 19. Congratulatory letters to Wade. Invitations to speak at various law conferences around the country. Letter to Pres. Johnson asking him to appoint Wade as Attorney General of U.S.

11/26/63 issue of The Worker calling for an independent commission.

Article from 11/29/63 issue of Deutche National Zietung. Investigation of Oswald as Walker shooter stopped by Robert F. Kennedy.

pdf 105b. p. 2. Article in 10/31/63 issue of The Wanderer of St. Paul, MN by author, Taylor Caldwell. JFK is surrounded by military men in Duluth, MN. Does he feel he is in personal danger? "The mere thought of Mr. Kennedy being assassinated should make all of us shudder..."

pdf 106a. Biographical article about Henry Wade. In WWII he served on the USS Hornet in the Pacific, along with fellow classmate John Connally.

Group 20. Congratulatory letters to Wade. Some wacko letters.

pdf 107b. Article in the newspaper, the Daily News. Appears to have been written five days after the assassination. Many remaining questions unanswered. Article says Kennedy hit in the throat by the first shot, angling downwards, according to a Dallas neurosurgeon who saw the wound. Refers to a film shot by an amateur that sounds much like the Zapruder film. Says three shots, one in the throat, one hit Connally, then the head shot. Makes no reference to a wound in the back.

Group 21. Congratulatory letters to Wade.

Group 22. Congratulatory letters to Wade. A couple of notes that are not complimentary.

pdf 128. Letter from Major C.C. Booth, C.A.L. Member of Texas Parole Board. Expresses disgust at Belli's actions:

"It's a sad thing to swallow when anyone from California, a state that was among the first to mix..."

"Too bad you all didn't have some decent man who slapped that misfit in the mouth..."

"As Chairman of the Dallas County Democratic League, of which we claim several hundred membership, all of whom are REAL WHITE MEN (100%) Democratic, not that black and tan Roosevelt Johnson brand..."

Group 23. Newspaper articles.

pdf 136. Article in Thunderbolt, "Jews Involved in Assassination." Referenced earlier

p. 6 Article in New York Herald, "A Death in Emergency Room No One, by Jimmy Breslin - an article about Malcolm Perry.

p. 9 New York Journal American, "What Jack Ruby Told to Warren." second installment by Dorothy Kilgallen

"And while he never admitted that the reported meeting (of Tippit, Ruby, Weissman and a rich oil man in the Carousel, he never directly denied it either."

p. 13 L.A. Times 8/19/64 "Warren Panel Has No Comment on Ruby Story." How Kilgallen got ahold of Ruby's testimony to Commission.

p. 14 L.A. Times, "Federal Agents Probe Ruby Testimony Leak."

transcripts of Ruby's testimony.

pdf 137 L.A. Herald-Examiner, "Ruby Tells of Worry For Family." more Ruby transcripts

p. 4 Dorothy Kilgallen, "Sinister Forces in Dallas."

p. 8 L.A. Times, "Ruby Swings at Attorney in Jail Cell." "Jack Ruby took a swing at one of his lawyers during a conference in his jail cell Thursday..."

pdf 138. p. 14. Miami Herald "Probe Asked of Oswald Diary Leak."

p. 15 Miami Herald, 6/26/64, "Warren Report to Pin Loner Tag on Oswald." by Drew Pearson.

pdf 139 p. 2. "Soviet Police Paid Oswald." excerpts from Oswald's diary

p. 7. "Oswald Alone Killed President, Says RFK." (to a Polish crowd).

pdf 140 excerpts from LHO diary.

Group 23 pdf 141. Picture of Jack Ruby. Look into those eyes and tell me if the hairs on the back of your neck don't stand up.

pdf 142. The Star News, Pasadena, CA. 12/23/63 "Pistol Taken From Ruby Case Witness." (Little Lynn)

p. 6. Picture of Bill Decker

p. 7. Picture of Little Lynn

articles about the trial

p. 12. David Conrad Glass of Klamath Falls, OR called Albuquerque FBI and told them he was enroute to Dallas to testify in Jack Ruby case. Asked if he had been subpoened as a witness, he said no. Later on 2/17/64 he is arrested in the courthouse carrying a gun. You can find a few more details on this in the DPD Archives, Box 18, Folder# 9, Item# 4.

pdf 143. Belli thinks phones and hotel room is being bugged.

Article, "Judge Bans Searching of Ruby Trial Jurors."

p. 6. Article. 6 weeks prior to assassination, Oswald phones New York radio station WOR and asks to be put on the air and be interviewed about the Fair Play For Cuba Committee. Says he will pay for trip to New York himself. When radio personality says no, Oswald goes into a tirade.

p. 9. San Francisco Examiner, 2/17/64. "Belli Blasts Dallas." "My Suite Bugged, Searched."

pdf 145. p. 4. S.F. Examiner, 4/19/64. "Mirror, Mirror on the Wall." article by J. Frank Dobie. Review of book by (FNU) Leslie. Scathing article about Dallas and the Citizens Council of Dallas.

p. 12 "Mystery of Balding Oswald." "...why the suspected assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald lost more than half his hair in the 2 1/2 years he lived in the Soviet Union."

Group 24:

pdf 146 p. 3 National Enquirer. Article by John Henshaw 5/17/64. "Washington Insiders Rocked By Report of Fantastic Letter." "Link Ruby and Oswald." "Shocked Officials Hear: U.S. Justice Department Letter Blocked Their Arrest Seven Months Before JFK Slaying." This was the report that the U.S. Justice Department intervened and asked the FBI to ask Dallas Police Officials not to arrest Oswald and Ruby for the attempted murder of General Walker.

Articles about Ruby being denied a new trial.

Group 24. pdf 147. p. 2. "Captain Glen King Discusses Saturation Reporting.

Norman Redlich linked to Red Group.

p. 3. Article. Washington Report, by Robert Allen and Paul Scott. "Jackie to Tell Dallas Story."

p. 13. "Payoff Charge Framed, Says Ousted Agent." Suspended Secret Service Agent, Abraham Bolden says he was framed.

psf 148. p. 3. Article. Waco Tribune. "Wade Denies Revenge Was Dallas' Aim."

p. 7 Article. The Sun 5/29/64. "Mel Belli Plays Alice in Dallas." quotes Federal Judge, Sarah Hughes two weeks ago, "Dallas is a city of hate. In no other city could the President have been assassinated."

p. 12. "Hargis - Bringuer Personal Appearance Schedule." Good picture of Carlos Bringuer.

pdf 150 p. 2. "Justice Warren Meets With Ruby"

p. 2. Article. Miami Herald"Prior to Assassination, FBI Offered It's Help to Oswald Family?". Concerning November 1, 1963 visit to Paine house by Hosty. Article quotes Ruth Paine, "I wasn't glad Jack Ruby killed him. I was just glad it was over. I am glad he was dead."

p. 3. Article. Miami News 6/14/64 "Ruby send $10.00 to J.F.K. Library."

pdf 151. p. 3. "It's Fantastic" Lincoln**Kennedy Facts Compliments of Honest Joe - Himself.

p. 4. Article. San Jose Mercury 9/2/64 "What Belli Discovered in Dallas." "If jedge Says You Cain't See It, You Cain't."

pdf 152. Lots of articles about Jewish affairs.

pdf 153 - 155. Statement of Facts on Change of Venue, Index to volume III and testimony of Sam Bloom.

Steve Thomas

Group 25. Testimony relating to a request for a change in venue and whether or not Ruby could get a fair trial in Dallas. The index of these testimonies are in Group 24.

Steve Thomas

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I was going to try and keep these all together, but the Forum software will only allow a certain number of quoted blocks at one time, so I'll have to split them up.

Group 19. Congratulatory letters to Wade. Invitations to speak at various law conferences around the country. Letter to Pres. Johnson asking him to appoint Wade as Attorney General of U.S.

11/26/63 issue of The Worker calling for an independent commission.

Article from 11/29/63 issue of Deutche National Zietung. Investigation of Oswald as Walker shooter stopped by Robert F. Kennedy.

pdf 105b. p. 2. Article in 10/31/63 issue of The Wanderer of St. Paul, MN by author, Taylor Caldwell. JFK is surrounded by military men in Duluth, MN. Does he feel he is in personal danger? "The mere thought of Mr. Kennedy being assassinated should make all of us shudder..."

pdf 106a. Biographical article about Henry Wade. In WWII he served on the USS Hornet in the Pacific, along with fellow classmate John Connally.

Group 20. Congratulatory letters to Wade. Some wacko letters.

pdf 107b. Article in the newspaper, the Daily News. Appears to have been written five days after the assassination. Many remaining questions unanswered. Article says Kennedy hit in the throat by the first shot, angling downwards, according to a Dallas neurosurgeon who saw the wound. Refers to a film shot by an amateur that sounds much like the Zapruder film. Says three shots, one in the throat, one hit Connally, then the head shot. Makes no reference to a wound in the back.

Group 21. Congratulatory letters to Wade.

Group 22. Congratulatory letters to Wade. A couple of notes that are not complimentary.

pdf 128. Letter from Major C.C. Booth, C.A.L. Member of Texas Parole Board. Expresses disgust at Belli's actions:

"It's a sad thing to swallow when anyone from California, a state that was among the first to mix..."

"Too bad you all didn't have some decent man who slapped that misfit in the mouth..."

"As Chairman of the Dallas County Democratic League, of which we claim several hundred membership, all of whom are REAL WHITE MEN (100%) Democratic, not that black and tan Roosevelt Johnson brand..."

Group 23. Newspaper articles.

pdf 136. Article in Thunderbolt, "Jews Involved in Assassination." Referenced earlier

p. 6 Article in New York Herald, "A Death in Emergency Room No One, by Jimmy Breslin - an article about Malcolm Perry.

p. 9 New York Journal American, "What Jack Ruby Told to Warren." second installment by Dorothy Kilgallen

"And while he never admitted that the reported meeting (of Tippit, Ruby, Weissman and a rich oil man in the Carousel, he never directly denied it either."

p. 13 L.A. Times 8/19/64 "Warren Panel Has No Comment on Ruby Story." How Kilgallen got ahold of Ruby's testimony to Commission.

p. 14 L.A. Times, "Federal Agents Probe Ruby Testimony Leak."

transcripts of Ruby's testimony.

pdf 137 L.A. Herald-Examiner, "Ruby Tells of Worry For Family." more Ruby transcripts

p. 4 Dorothy Kilgallen, "Sinister Forces in Dallas."

p. 8 L.A. Times, "Ruby Swings at Attorney in Jail Cell." "Jack Ruby took a swing at one of his lawyers during a conference in his jail cell Thursday..."

pdf 138. p. 14. Miami Herald "Probe Asked of Oswald Diary Leak."

p. 15 Miami Herald, 6/26/64, "Warren Report to Pin Loner Tag on Oswald." by Drew Pearson.

pdf 139 p. 2. "Soviet Police Paid Oswald." excerpts from Oswald's diary

p. 7. "Oswald Alone Killed President, Says RFK." (to a Polish crowd).

pdf 140 excerpts from LHO diary.

Group 23 pdf 141. Picture of Jack Ruby. Look into those eyes and tell me if the hairs on the back of your neck don't stand up.

pdf 142. The Star News, Pasadena, CA. 12/23/63 "Pistol Taken From Ruby Case Witness." (Little Lynn)

p. 6. Picture of Bill Decker

p. 7. Picture of Little Lynn

articles about the trial

p. 12. David Conrad Glass of Klamath Falls, OR called Albuquerque FBI and told them he was enroute to Dallas to testify in Jack Ruby case. Asked if he had been subpoened as a witness, he said no. Later on 2/17/64 he is arrested in the courthouse carrying a gun. You can find a few more details on this in the DPD Archives, Box 18, Folder# 9, Item# 4.

pdf 143. Belli thinks phones and hotel room is being bugged.

Article, "Judge Bans Searching of Ruby Trial Jurors."

p. 6. Article. 6 weeks prior to assassination, Oswald phones New York radio station WOR and asks to be put on the air and be interviewed about the Fair Play For Cuba Committee. Says he will pay for trip to New York himself. When radio personality says no, Oswald goes into a tirade.

p. 9. San Francisco Examiner, 2/17/64. "Belli Blasts Dallas." "My Suite Bugged, Searched."

pdf 145. p. 4. S.F. Examiner, 4/19/64. "Mirror, Mirror on the Wall." article by J. Frank Dobie. Review of book by (FNU) Leslie. Scathing article about Dallas and the Citizens Council of Dallas.

p. 12 "Mystery of Balding Oswald." "...why the suspected assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald lost more than half his hair in the 2 1/2 years he lived in the Soviet Union."

Group 24:

pdf 146 p. 3 National Enquirer. Article by John Henshaw 5/17/64. "Washington Insiders Rocked By Report of Fantastic Letter." "Link Ruby and Oswald." "Shocked Officials Hear: U.S. Justice Department Letter Blocked Their Arrest Seven Months Before JFK Slaying." This was the report that the U.S. Justice Department intervened and asked the FBI to ask Dallas Police Officials not to arrest Oswald and Ruby for the attempted murder of General Walker.

Articles about Ruby being denied a new trial.

Group 24. pdf 147. p. 2. "Captain Glen King Discusses Saturation Reporting.

Norman Redlich linked to Red Group.

p. 3. Article. Washington Report, by Robert Allen and Paul Scott. "Jackie to Tell Dallas Story."

p. 13. "Payoff Charge Framed, Says Ousted Agent." Suspended Secret Service Agent, Abraham Bolden says he was framed.

psf 148. p. 3. Article. Waco Tribune. "Wade Denies Revenge Was Dallas' Aim."

p. 7 Article. The Sun 5/29/64. "Mel Belli Plays Alice in Dallas." quotes Federal Judge, Sarah Hughes two weeks ago, "Dallas is a city of hate. In no other city could the President have been assassinated."

p. 12. "Hargis - Bringuer Personal Appearance Schedule." Good picture of Carlos Bringuer.

pdf 150 p. 2. "Justice Warren Meets With Ruby"

p. 2. Article. Miami Herald"Prior to Assassination, FBI Offered It's Help to Oswald Family?". Concerning November 1, 1963 visit to Paine house by Hosty. Article quotes Ruth Paine, "I wasn't glad Jack Ruby killed him. I was just glad it was over. I am glad he was dead."

p. 3. Article. Miami News 6/14/64 "Ruby send $10.00 to J.F.K. Library."

pdf 151. p. 3. "It's Fantastic" Lincoln**Kennedy Facts Compliments of Honest Joe - Himself.

p. 4. Article. San Jose Mercury 9/2/64 "What Belli Discovered in Dallas." "If jedge Says You Cain't See It, You Cain't."

pdf 152. Lots of articles about Jewish affairs.

pdf 153 - 155. Statement of Facts on Change of Venue, Index to volume III and testimony of Sam Bloom.

Group 25. Testimony relating to a request for a change in venue and whether or not Ruby could get a fair trial in Dallas. The index of these testimonies are in Group 24.

Steve Thomas

Group 26. Statement of Facts. Index to volume I. Judge overrules request for change of venue. Testimonies of R.M Sims, D.V. Harkness, Doyle Lane, James Leavelle, etc.

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I was going to try and keep these all together, but the Forum software will only allow a certain number of quoted blocks at one time, so I'll have to split them up.

Group 19. Congratulatory letters to Wade. Invitations to speak at various law conferences around the country. Letter to Pres. Johnson asking him to appoint Wade as Attorney General of U.S.

11/26/63 issue of The Worker calling for an independent commission.

Article from 11/29/63 issue of Deutche National Zietung. Investigation of Oswald as Walker shooter stopped by Robert F. Kennedy.

pdf 105b. p. 2. Article in 10/31/63 issue of The Wanderer of St. Paul, MN by author, Taylor Caldwell. JFK is surrounded by military men in Duluth, MN. Does he feel he is in personal danger? "The mere thought of Mr. Kennedy being assassinated should make all of us shudder..."

pdf 106a. Biographical article about Henry Wade. In WWII he served on the USS Hornet in the Pacific, along with fellow classmate John Connally.

Group 20. Congratulatory letters to Wade. Some wacko letters.

pdf 107b. Article in the newspaper, the Daily News. Appears to have been written five days after the assassination. Many remaining questions unanswered. Article says Kennedy hit in the throat by the first shot, angling downwards, according to a Dallas neurosurgeon who saw the wound. Refers to a film shot by an amateur that sounds much like the Zapruder film. Says three shots, one in the throat, one hit Connally, then the head shot. Makes no reference to a wound in the back.

Group 21. Congratulatory letters to Wade.

Group 22. Congratulatory letters to Wade. A couple of notes that are not complimentary.

pdf 128. Letter from Major C.C. Booth, C.A.L. Member of Texas Parole Board. Expresses disgust at Belli's actions:

"It's a sad thing to swallow when anyone from California, a state that was among the first to mix..."

"Too bad you all didn't have some decent man who slapped that misfit in the mouth..."

"As Chairman of the Dallas County Democratic League, of which we claim several hundred membership, all of whom are REAL WHITE MEN (100%) Democratic, not that black and tan Roosevelt Johnson brand..."

Group 23. Newspaper articles.

pdf 136. Article in Thunderbolt, "Jews Involved in Assassination." Referenced earlier

p. 6 Article in New York Herald, "A Death in Emergency Room No One, by Jimmy Breslin - an article about Malcolm Perry.

p. 9 New York Journal American, "What Jack Ruby Told to Warren." second installment by Dorothy Kilgallen

"And while he never admitted that the reported meeting (of Tippit, Ruby, Weissman and a rich oil man in the Carousel, he never directly denied it either."

p. 13 L.A. Times 8/19/64 "Warren Panel Has No Comment on Ruby Story." How Kilgallen got ahold of Ruby's testimony to Commission.

p. 14 L.A. Times, "Federal Agents Probe Ruby Testimony Leak."

transcripts of Ruby's testimony.

pdf 137 L.A. Herald-Examiner, "Ruby Tells of Worry For Family." more Ruby transcripts

p. 4 Dorothy Kilgallen, "Sinister Forces in Dallas."

p. 8 L.A. Times, "Ruby Swings at Attorney in Jail Cell." "Jack Ruby took a swing at one of his lawyers during a conference in his jail cell Thursday..."

pdf 138. p. 14. Miami Herald "Probe Asked of Oswald Diary Leak."

p. 15 Miami Herald, 6/26/64, "Warren Report to Pin Loner Tag on Oswald." by Drew Pearson.

pdf 139 p. 2. "Soviet Police Paid Oswald." excerpts from Oswald's diary

p. 7. "Oswald Alone Killed President, Says RFK." (to a Polish crowd).

pdf 140 excerpts from LHO diary.

Group 23 pdf 141. Picture of Jack Ruby. Look into those eyes and tell me if the hairs on the back of your neck don't stand up.

pdf 142. The Star News, Pasadena, CA. 12/23/63 "Pistol Taken From Ruby Case Witness." (Little Lynn)

p. 6. Picture of Bill Decker

p. 7. Picture of Little Lynn

articles about the trial

p. 12. David Conrad Glass of Klamath Falls, OR called Albuquerque FBI and told them he was enroute to Dallas to testify in Jack Ruby case. Asked if he had been subpoened as a witness, he said no. Later on 2/17/64 he is arrested in the courthouse carrying a gun. You can find a few more details on this in the DPD Archives, Box 18, Folder# 9, Item# 4.

pdf 143. Belli thinks phones and hotel room is being bugged.

Article, "Judge Bans Searching of Ruby Trial Jurors."

p. 6. Article. 6 weeks prior to assassination, Oswald phones New York radio station WOR and asks to be put on the air and be interviewed about the Fair Play For Cuba Committee. Says he will pay for trip to New York himself. When radio personality says no, Oswald goes into a tirade.

p. 9. San Francisco Examiner, 2/17/64. "Belli Blasts Dallas." "My Suite Bugged, Searched."

pdf 145. p. 4. S.F. Examiner, 4/19/64. "Mirror, Mirror on the Wall." article by J. Frank Dobie. Review of book by (FNU) Leslie. Scathing article about Dallas and the Citizens Council of Dallas.

p. 12 "Mystery of Balding Oswald." "...why the suspected assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald lost more than half his hair in the 2 1/2 years he lived in the Soviet Union."

Group 24:

pdf 146 p. 3 National Enquirer. Article by John Henshaw 5/17/64. "Washington Insiders Rocked By Report of Fantastic Letter." "Link Ruby and Oswald." "Shocked Officials Hear: U.S. Justice Department Letter Blocked Their Arrest Seven Months Before JFK Slaying." This was the report that the U.S. Justice Department intervened and asked the FBI to ask Dallas Police Officials not to arrest Oswald and Ruby for the attempted murder of General Walker.

Articles about Ruby being denied a new trial.

Group 24. pdf 147. p. 2. "Captain Glen King Discusses Saturation Reporting.

Norman Redlich linked to Red Group.

p. 3. Article. Washington Report, by Robert Allen and Paul Scott. "Jackie to Tell Dallas Story."

p. 13. "Payoff Charge Framed, Says Ousted Agent." Suspended Secret Service Agent, Abraham Bolden says he was framed.

psf 148. p. 3. Article. Waco Tribune. "Wade Denies Revenge Was Dallas' Aim."

p. 7 Article. The Sun 5/29/64. "Mel Belli Plays Alice in Dallas." quotes Federal Judge, Sarah Hughes two weeks ago, "Dallas is a city of hate. In no other city could the President have been assassinated."

p. 12. "Hargis - Bringuer Personal Appearance Schedule." Good picture of Carlos Bringuer.

pdf 150 p. 2. "Justice Warren Meets With Ruby"

p. 2. Article. Miami Herald"Prior to Assassination, FBI Offered It's Help to Oswald Family?". Concerning November 1, 1963 visit to Paine house by Hosty. Article quotes Ruth Paine, "I wasn't glad Jack Ruby killed him. I was just glad it was over. I am glad he was dead."

p. 3. Article. Miami News 6/14/64 "Ruby send $10.00 to J.F.K. Library."

pdf 151. p. 3. "It's Fantastic" Lincoln**Kennedy Facts Compliments of Honest Joe - Himself.

p. 4. Article. San Jose Mercury 9/2/64 "What Belli Discovered in Dallas." "If jedge Says You Cain't See It, You Cain't."

pdf 152. Lots of articles about Jewish affairs.

pdf 153 - 155. Statement of Facts on Change of Venue, Index to volume III and testimony of Sam Bloom.

Group 25. Testimony relating to a request for a change in venue and whether or not Ruby could get a fair trial in Dallas. The index of these testimonies are in Group 24.

Group 26. Statement of Facts. Index to volume I. Judge overrules request for change of venue. Testimonies of R.M Sims, D.V. Harkness, Doyle Lane, James Leavelle, etc.

Group 27. pdf 176 - 179 Testimony from volume I

pdf 180. Miscellaneous Data - Ruby Case

list of names and addresses of people and whether or not they had been arrested. Appears to be a list of people who knew Jack Ruby. I recognized Frank Bellochio, Tom Apple and Ralph Paul.

pdf 181 More list of names, appear to be prospective jurors with some comments. "Jack McElwee - Psycho"

pdf 184. p. 2 Threatening letter from a Ben Ellis. If Ruby did not get a new trial, Ellis was going to kill Henry Wade.

pdf 185a. p. 2. List of the 12 jurors.

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I was going to try and keep these all together, but the Forum software will only allow a certain number of quoted blocks at one time, so I'll have to split them up.

Group 19. Congratulatory letters to Wade. Invitations to speak at various law conferences around the country. Letter to Pres. Johnson asking him to appoint Wade as Attorney General of U.S.

11/26/63 issue of The Worker calling for an independent commission.

Article from 11/29/63 issue of Deutche National Zietung. Investigation of Oswald as Walker shooter stopped by Robert F. Kennedy.

pdf 105b. p. 2. Article in 10/31/63 issue of The Wanderer of St. Paul, MN by author, Taylor Caldwell. JFK is surrounded by military men in Duluth, MN. Does he feel he is in personal danger? "The mere thought of Mr. Kennedy being assassinated should make all of us shudder..."

pdf 106a. Biographical article about Henry Wade. In WWII he served on the USS Hornet in the Pacific, along with fellow classmate John Connally.

Group 20. Congratulatory letters to Wade. Some wacko letters.

pdf 107b. Article in the newspaper, the Daily News. Appears to have been written five days after the assassination. Many remaining questions unanswered. Article says Kennedy hit in the throat by the first shot, angling downwards, according to a Dallas neurosurgeon who saw the wound. Refers to a film shot by an amateur that sounds much like the Zapruder film. Says three shots, one in the throat, one hit Connally, then the head shot. Makes no reference to a wound in the back.

Group 21. Congratulatory letters to Wade.

Group 22. Congratulatory letters to Wade. A couple of notes that are not complimentary.

pdf 128. Letter from Major C.C. Booth, C.A.L. Member of Texas Parole Board. Expresses disgust at Belli's actions:

"It's a sad thing to swallow when anyone from California, a state that was among the first to mix..."

"Too bad you all didn't have some decent man who slapped that misfit in the mouth..."

"As Chairman of the Dallas County Democratic League, of which we claim several hundred membership, all of whom are REAL WHITE MEN (100%) Democratic, not that black and tan Roosevelt Johnson brand..."

Group 23. Newspaper articles.

pdf 136. Article in Thunderbolt, "Jews Involved in Assassination." Referenced earlier

p. 6 Article in New York Herald, "A Death in Emergency Room No One, by Jimmy Breslin - an article about Malcolm Perry.

p. 9 New York Journal American, "What Jack Ruby Told to Warren." second installment by Dorothy Kilgallen

"And while he never admitted that the reported meeting (of Tippit, Ruby, Weissman and a rich oil man in the Carousel, he never directly denied it either."

p. 13 L.A. Times 8/19/64 "Warren Panel Has No Comment on Ruby Story." How Kilgallen got ahold of Ruby's testimony to Commission.

p. 14 L.A. Times, "Federal Agents Probe Ruby Testimony Leak."

transcripts of Ruby's testimony.

pdf 137 L.A. Herald-Examiner, "Ruby Tells of Worry For Family." more Ruby transcripts

p. 4 Dorothy Kilgallen, "Sinister Forces in Dallas."

p. 8 L.A. Times, "Ruby Swings at Attorney in Jail Cell." "Jack Ruby took a swing at one of his lawyers during a conference in his jail cell Thursday..."

pdf 138. p. 14. Miami Herald "Probe Asked of Oswald Diary Leak."

p. 15 Miami Herald, 6/26/64, "Warren Report to Pin Loner Tag on Oswald." by Drew Pearson.

pdf 139 p. 2. "Soviet Police Paid Oswald." excerpts from Oswald's diary

p. 7. "Oswald Alone Killed President, Says RFK." (to a Polish crowd).

pdf 140 excerpts from LHO diary.

Group 23 pdf 141. Picture of Jack Ruby. Look into those eyes and tell me if the hairs on the back of your neck don't stand up.

pdf 142. The Star News, Pasadena, CA. 12/23/63 "Pistol Taken From Ruby Case Witness." (Little Lynn)

p. 6. Picture of Bill Decker

p. 7. Picture of Little Lynn

articles about the trial

p. 12. David Conrad Glass of Klamath Falls, OR called Albuquerque FBI and told them he was enroute to Dallas to testify in Jack Ruby case. Asked if he had been subpoened as a witness, he said no. Later on 2/17/64 he is arrested in the courthouse carrying a gun. You can find a few more details on this in the DPD Archives, Box 18, Folder# 9, Item# 4.

pdf 143. Belli thinks phones and hotel room is being bugged.

Article, "Judge Bans Searching of Ruby Trial Jurors."

p. 6. Article. 6 weeks prior to assassination, Oswald phones New York radio station WOR and asks to be put on the air and be interviewed about the Fair Play For Cuba Committee. Says he will pay for trip to New York himself. When radio personality says no, Oswald goes into a tirade.

p. 9. San Francisco Examiner, 2/17/64. "Belli Blasts Dallas." "My Suite Bugged, Searched."

pdf 145. p. 4. S.F. Examiner, 4/19/64. "Mirror, Mirror on the Wall." article by J. Frank Dobie. Review of book by (FNU) Leslie. Scathing article about Dallas and the Citizens Council of Dallas.

p. 12 "Mystery of Balding Oswald." "...why the suspected assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald lost more than half his hair in the 2 1/2 years he lived in the Soviet Union."

Group 24:

pdf 146 p. 3 National Enquirer. Article by John Henshaw 5/17/64. "Washington Insiders Rocked By Report of Fantastic Letter." "Link Ruby and Oswald." "Shocked Officials Hear: U.S. Justice Department Letter Blocked Their Arrest Seven Months Before JFK Slaying." This was the report that the U.S. Justice Department intervened and asked the FBI to ask Dallas Police Officials not to arrest Oswald and Ruby for the attempted murder of General Walker.

Articles about Ruby being denied a new trial.

Group 24. pdf 147. p. 2. "Captain Glen King Discusses Saturation Reporting.

Norman Redlich linked to Red Group.

p. 3. Article. Washington Report, by Robert Allen and Paul Scott. "Jackie to Tell Dallas Story."

p. 13. "Payoff Charge Framed, Says Ousted Agent." Suspended Secret Service Agent, Abraham Bolden says he was framed.

psf 148. p. 3. Article. Waco Tribune. "Wade Denies Revenge Was Dallas' Aim."

p. 7 Article. The Sun 5/29/64. "Mel Belli Plays Alice in Dallas." quotes Federal Judge, Sarah Hughes two weeks ago, "Dallas is a city of hate. In no other city could the President have been assassinated."

p. 12. "Hargis - Bringuer Personal Appearance Schedule." Good picture of Carlos Bringuer.

pdf 150 p. 2. "Justice Warren Meets With Ruby"

p. 2. Article. Miami Herald"Prior to Assassination, FBI Offered It's Help to Oswald Family?". Concerning November 1, 1963 visit to Paine house by Hosty. Article quotes Ruth Paine, "I wasn't glad Jack Ruby killed him. I was just glad it was over. I am glad he was dead."

p. 3. Article. Miami News 6/14/64 "Ruby send $10.00 to J.F.K. Library."

pdf 151. p. 3. "It's Fantastic" Lincoln**Kennedy Facts Compliments of Honest Joe - Himself.

p. 4. Article. San Jose Mercury 9/2/64 "What Belli Discovered in Dallas." "If jedge Says You Cain't See It, You Cain't."

pdf 152. Lots of articles about Jewish affairs.

pdf 153 - 155. Statement of Facts on Change of Venue, Index to volume III and testimony of Sam Bloom.

Group 25. Testimony relating to a request for a change in venue and whether or not Ruby could get a fair trial in Dallas. The index of these testimonies are in Group 24.

Group 26. Statement of Facts. Index to volume I. Judge overrules request for change of venue. Testimonies of R.M Sims, D.V. Harkness, Doyle Lane, James Leavelle, etc.

Group 27. pdf 176 - 179 Testimony from volume I

pdf 180. Miscellaneous Data - Ruby Case

list of names and addresses of people and whether or not they had been arrested. Appears to be a list of people who knew Jack Ruby. I recognized Frank Bellochio, Tom Apple and Ralph Paul.

pdf 181 More list of names, appear to be prospective jurors with some comments. "Jack McElwee - Psycho"

pdf 184. p. 2 Threatening letter from a Ben Ellis. If Ruby did not get a new trial, Ellis was going to kill Henry Wade.

pdf 185a. p. 2. List of the 12 jurors.

Steve Thomas

Group 28. pdf 186 Telegram from a Charles Bellows of Chicago telling Wade that he(Bellows) was "of counsel" to Ruby

pdf 187 Notes to Henry Wade from various people about prospective jurors. Repeat of pdf 181.

pdf 189b. Telegrams from a couple of British newspapers complaining about the small proportion of seats at Ruby trial allocated to the foreign press.

pdf 190-191 Notes about prospective jurors.

pdf 192 List of jurors.

Group 29. Jury list pdf 193-194 Several copies of jury pool. There were 900 people in the jury pool.

pdf 199 Letter to Mayor Eric Jenssen from Irving Lestor Margolis. "Stanley (Marcus) has an abstract super-ego maniac mind which reflects the personality of a super-con man on the Midway at Fair Park."

p. 8. List of jurors

p. 9. Blank form letter presumably to be sent to the jurors after the trial.

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I was going to try and keep these all together, but the Forum software will only allow a certain number of quoted blocks at one time, so I'll have to split them up.

Group 19. Congratulatory letters to Wade. Invitations to speak at various law conferences around the country. Letter to Pres. Johnson asking him to appoint Wade as Attorney General of U.S.

11/26/63 issue of The Worker calling for an independent commission.

Article from 11/29/63 issue of Deutche National Zietung. Investigation of Oswald as Walker shooter stopped by Robert F. Kennedy.

pdf 105b. p. 2. Article in 10/31/63 issue of The Wanderer of St. Paul, MN by author, Taylor Caldwell. JFK is surrounded by military men in Duluth, MN. Does he feel he is in personal danger? "The mere thought of Mr. Kennedy being assassinated should make all of us shudder..."

pdf 106a. Biographical article about Henry Wade. In WWII he served on the USS Hornet in the Pacific, along with fellow classmate John Connally.

Group 20. Congratulatory letters to Wade. Some wacko letters.

pdf 107b. Article in the newspaper, the Daily News. Appears to have been written five days after the assassination. Many remaining questions unanswered. Article says Kennedy hit in the throat by the first shot, angling downwards, according to a Dallas neurosurgeon who saw the wound. Refers to a film shot by an amateur that sounds much like the Zapruder film. Says three shots, one in the throat, one hit Connally, then the head shot. Makes no reference to a wound in the back.

Group 21. Congratulatory letters to Wade.

Group 22. Congratulatory letters to Wade. A couple of notes that are not complimentary.

pdf 128. Letter from Major C.C. Booth, C.A.L. Member of Texas Parole Board. Expresses disgust at Belli's actions:

"It's a sad thing to swallow when anyone from California, a state that was among the first to mix..."

"Too bad you all didn't have some decent man who slapped that misfit in the mouth..."

"As Chairman of the Dallas County Democratic League, of which we claim several hundred membership, all of whom are REAL WHITE MEN (100%) Democratic, not that black and tan Roosevelt Johnson brand..."

Group 23. Newspaper articles.

pdf 136. Article in Thunderbolt, "Jews Involved in Assassination." Referenced earlier

p. 6 Article in New York Herald, "A Death in Emergency Room No One, by Jimmy Breslin - an article about Malcolm Perry.

p. 9 New York Journal American, "What Jack Ruby Told to Warren." second installment by Dorothy Kilgallen

"And while he never admitted that the reported meeting (of Tippit, Ruby, Weissman and a rich oil man in the Carousel, he never directly denied it either."

p. 13 L.A. Times 8/19/64 "Warren Panel Has No Comment on Ruby Story." How Kilgallen got ahold of Ruby's testimony to Commission.

p. 14 L.A. Times, "Federal Agents Probe Ruby Testimony Leak."

transcripts of Ruby's testimony.

pdf 137 L.A. Herald-Examiner, "Ruby Tells of Worry For Family." more Ruby transcripts

p. 4 Dorothy Kilgallen, "Sinister Forces in Dallas."

p. 8 L.A. Times, "Ruby Swings at Attorney in Jail Cell." "Jack Ruby took a swing at one of his lawyers during a conference in his jail cell Thursday..."

pdf 138. p. 14. Miami Herald "Probe Asked of Oswald Diary Leak."

p. 15 Miami Herald, 6/26/64, "Warren Report to Pin Loner Tag on Oswald." by Drew Pearson.

pdf 139 p. 2. "Soviet Police Paid Oswald." excerpts from Oswald's diary

p. 7. "Oswald Alone Killed President, Says RFK." (to a Polish crowd).

pdf 140 excerpts from LHO diary.

Group 23 pdf 141. Picture of Jack Ruby. Look into those eyes and tell me if the hairs on the back of your neck don't stand up.

pdf 142. The Star News, Pasadena, CA. 12/23/63 "Pistol Taken From Ruby Case Witness." (Little Lynn)

p. 6. Picture of Bill Decker

p. 7. Picture of Little Lynn

articles about the trial

p. 12. David Conrad Glass of Klamath Falls, OR called Albuquerque FBI and told them he was enroute to Dallas to testify in Jack Ruby case. Asked if he had been subpoened as a witness, he said no. Later on 2/17/64 he is arrested in the courthouse carrying a gun. You can find a few more details on this in the DPD Archives, Box 18, Folder# 9, Item# 4.

pdf 143. Belli thinks phones and hotel room is being bugged.

Article, "Judge Bans Searching of Ruby Trial Jurors."

p. 6. Article. 6 weeks prior to assassination, Oswald phones New York radio station WOR and asks to be put on the air and be interviewed about the Fair Play For Cuba Committee. Says he will pay for trip to New York himself. When radio personality says no, Oswald goes into a tirade.

p. 9. San Francisco Examiner, 2/17/64. "Belli Blasts Dallas." "My Suite Bugged, Searched."

pdf 145. p. 4. S.F. Examiner, 4/19/64. "Mirror, Mirror on the Wall." article by J. Frank Dobie. Review of book by (FNU) Leslie. Scathing article about Dallas and the Citizens Council of Dallas.

p. 12 "Mystery of Balding Oswald." "...why the suspected assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald lost more than half his hair in the 2 1/2 years he lived in the Soviet Union."

Group 24:

pdf 146 p. 3 National Enquirer. Article by John Henshaw 5/17/64. "Washington Insiders Rocked By Report of Fantastic Letter." "Link Ruby and Oswald." "Shocked Officials Hear: U.S. Justice Department Letter Blocked Their Arrest Seven Months Before JFK Slaying." This was the report that the U.S. Justice Department intervened and asked the FBI to ask Dallas Police Officials not to arrest Oswald and Ruby for the attempted murder of General Walker.

Articles about Ruby being denied a new trial.

Group 24. pdf 147. p. 2. "Captain Glen King Discusses Saturation Reporting.

Norman Redlich linked to Red Group.

p. 3. Article. Washington Report, by Robert Allen and Paul Scott. "Jackie to Tell Dallas Story."

p. 13. "Payoff Charge Framed, Says Ousted Agent." Suspended Secret Service Agent, Abraham Bolden says he was framed.

psf 148. p. 3. Article. Waco Tribune. "Wade Denies Revenge Was Dallas' Aim."

p. 7 Article. The Sun 5/29/64. "Mel Belli Plays Alice in Dallas." quotes Federal Judge, Sarah Hughes two weeks ago, "Dallas is a city of hate. In no other city could the President have been assassinated."

p. 12. "Hargis - Bringuer Personal Appearance Schedule." Good picture of Carlos Bringuer.

pdf 150 p. 2. "Justice Warren Meets With Ruby"

p. 2. Article. Miami Herald"Prior to Assassination, FBI Offered It's Help to Oswald Family?". Concerning November 1, 1963 visit to Paine house by Hosty. Article quotes Ruth Paine, "I wasn't glad Jack Ruby killed him. I was just glad it was over. I am glad he was dead."

p. 3. Article. Miami News 6/14/64 "Ruby send $10.00 to J.F.K. Library."

pdf 151. p. 3. "It's Fantastic" Lincoln**Kennedy Facts Compliments of Honest Joe - Himself.

p. 4. Article. San Jose Mercury 9/2/64 "What Belli Discovered in Dallas." "If jedge Says You Cain't See It, You Cain't."

pdf 152. Lots of articles about Jewish affairs.

pdf 153 - 155. Statement of Facts on Change of Venue, Index to volume III and testimony of Sam Bloom.

Group 25. Testimony relating to a request for a change in venue and whether or not Ruby could get a fair trial in Dallas. The index of these testimonies are in Group 24.

Group 26. Statement of Facts. Index to volume I. Judge overrules request for change of venue. Testimonies of R.M Sims, D.V. Harkness, Doyle Lane, James Leavelle, etc.

Group 27. pdf 176 - 179 Testimony from volume I

pdf 180. Miscellaneous Data - Ruby Case

list of names and addresses of people and whether or not they had been arrested. Appears to be a list of people who knew Jack Ruby. I recognized Frank Bellochio, Tom Apple and Ralph Paul.

pdf 181 More list of names, appear to be prospective jurors with some comments. "Jack McElwee - Psycho"

pdf 184. p. 2 Threatening letter from a Ben Ellis. If Ruby did not get a new trial, Ellis was going to kill Henry Wade.

pdf 185a. p. 2. List of the 12 jurors.

Group 28. pdf 186 Telegram from a Charles Bellows of Chicago telling Wade that he(Bellows) was "of counsel" to Ruby

pdf 187 Notes to Henry Wade from various people about prospective jurors. Repeat of pdf 181.

pdf 189b. Telegrams from a couple of British newspapers complaining about the small proportion of seats at Ruby trial allocated to the foreign press.

pdf 190-191 Notes about prospective jurors.

pdf 192 List of jurors.

Group 29. Jury list pdf 193-194 Several copies of jury pool. There were 900 people in the jury pool.

pdf 199 Letter to Mayor Eric Jenssen from Irving Lestor Margolis. "Stanley (Marcus) has an abstract super-ego maniac mind which reflects the personality of a super-con man on the Midway at Fair Park."

p. 8. List of jurors

p. 9. Blank form letter presumably to be sent to the jurors after the trial.

Steve Thomas

Groups 30 - 38 Statement of Facts. Examination of Prospective Jurors

Group 39 pdf 202. Picture of what I think is the Texaco parking lot where a jacket purportedly belonging to LHO was found.

pdf 203 Picture of the corner at 10th and Patton. These pictures are remarkably clear.

pdfs 204 - 213 Jack Ruby Medical Record. Records of his medical and psychological tests. These make for some interesting reading. Apparently he had some kind of obsession with food that startled the doctors examining him.

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I was going to try and keep these all together, but the Forum software will only allow a certain number of quoted blocks at one time, so I'll have to split them up.

Group 19. Congratulatory letters to Wade. Invitations to speak at various law conferences around the country. Letter to Pres. Johnson asking him to appoint Wade as Attorney General of U.S.

11/26/63 issue of The Worker calling for an independent commission.

Article from 11/29/63 issue of Deutche National Zietung. Investigation of Oswald as Walker shooter stopped by Robert F. Kennedy.

pdf 105b. p. 2. Article in 10/31/63 issue of The Wanderer of St. Paul, MN by author, Taylor Caldwell. JFK is surrounded by military men in Duluth, MN. Does he feel he is in personal danger? "The mere thought of Mr. Kennedy being assassinated should make all of us shudder..."

pdf 106a. Biographical article about Henry Wade. In WWII he served on the USS Hornet in the Pacific, along with fellow classmate John Connally.

Group 20. Congratulatory letters to Wade. Some wacko letters.

pdf 107b. Article in the newspaper, the Daily News. Appears to have been written five days after the assassination. Many remaining questions unanswered. Article says Kennedy hit in the throat by the first shot, angling downwards, according to a Dallas neurosurgeon who saw the wound. Refers to a film shot by an amateur that sounds much like the Zapruder film. Says three shots, one in the throat, one hit Connally, then the head shot. Makes no reference to a wound in the back.

Group 21. Congratulatory letters to Wade.

Group 22. Congratulatory letters to Wade. A couple of notes that are not complimentary.

pdf 128. Letter from Major C.C. Booth, C.A.L. Member of Texas Parole Board. Expresses disgust at Belli's actions:

"It's a sad thing to swallow when anyone from California, a state that was among the first to mix..."

"Too bad you all didn't have some decent man who slapped that misfit in the mouth..."

"As Chairman of the Dallas County Democratic League, of which we claim several hundred membership, all of whom are REAL WHITE MEN (100%) Democratic, not that black and tan Roosevelt Johnson brand..."

Group 23. Newspaper articles.

pdf 136. Article in Thunderbolt, "Jews Involved in Assassination." Referenced earlier

p. 6 Article in New York Herald, "A Death in Emergency Room No One, by Jimmy Breslin - an article about Malcolm Perry.

p. 9 New York Journal American, "What Jack Ruby Told to Warren." second installment by Dorothy Kilgallen

"And while he never admitted that the reported meeting (of Tippit, Ruby, Weissman and a rich oil man in the Carousel, he never directly denied it either."

p. 13 L.A. Times 8/19/64 "Warren Panel Has No Comment on Ruby Story." How Kilgallen got ahold of Ruby's testimony to Commission.

p. 14 L.A. Times, "Federal Agents Probe Ruby Testimony Leak."

transcripts of Ruby's testimony.

pdf 137 L.A. Herald-Examiner, "Ruby Tells of Worry For Family." more Ruby transcripts

p. 4 Dorothy Kilgallen, "Sinister Forces in Dallas."

p. 8 L.A. Times, "Ruby Swings at Attorney in Jail Cell." "Jack Ruby took a swing at one of his lawyers during a conference in his jail cell Thursday..."

pdf 138. p. 14. Miami Herald "Probe Asked of Oswald Diary Leak."

p. 15 Miami Herald, 6/26/64, "Warren Report to Pin Loner Tag on Oswald." by Drew Pearson.

pdf 139 p. 2. "Soviet Police Paid Oswald." excerpts from Oswald's diary

p. 7. "Oswald Alone Killed President, Says RFK." (to a Polish crowd).

pdf 140 excerpts from LHO diary.

Group 23 pdf 141. Picture of Jack Ruby. Look into those eyes and tell me if the hairs on the back of your neck don't stand up.

pdf 142. The Star News, Pasadena, CA. 12/23/63 "Pistol Taken From Ruby Case Witness." (Little Lynn)

p. 6. Picture of Bill Decker

p. 7. Picture of Little Lynn

articles about the trial

p. 12. David Conrad Glass of Klamath Falls, OR called Albuquerque FBI and told them he was enroute to Dallas to testify in Jack Ruby case. Asked if he had been subpoened as a witness, he said no. Later on 2/17/64 he is arrested in the courthouse carrying a gun. You can find a few more details on this in the DPD Archives, Box 18, Folder# 9, Item# 4.

pdf 143. Belli thinks phones and hotel room is being bugged.

Article, "Judge Bans Searching of Ruby Trial Jurors."

p. 6. Article. 6 weeks prior to assassination, Oswald phones New York radio station WOR and asks to be put on the air and be interviewed about the Fair Play For Cuba Committee. Says he will pay for trip to New York himself. When radio personality says no, Oswald goes into a tirade.

p. 9. San Francisco Examiner, 2/17/64. "Belli Blasts Dallas." "My Suite Bugged, Searched."

pdf 145. p. 4. S.F. Examiner, 4/19/64. "Mirror, Mirror on the Wall." article by J. Frank Dobie. Review of book by (FNU) Leslie. Scathing article about Dallas and the Citizens Council of Dallas.

p. 12 "Mystery of Balding Oswald." "...why the suspected assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald lost more than half his hair in the 2 1/2 years he lived in the Soviet Union."

Group 24:

pdf 146 p. 3 National Enquirer. Article by John Henshaw 5/17/64. "Washington Insiders Rocked By Report of Fantastic Letter." "Link Ruby and Oswald." "Shocked Officials Hear: U.S. Justice Department Letter Blocked Their Arrest Seven Months Before JFK Slaying." This was the report that the U.S. Justice Department intervened and asked the FBI to ask Dallas Police Officials not to arrest Oswald and Ruby for the attempted murder of General Walker.

Articles about Ruby being denied a new trial.

Group 24. pdf 147. p. 2. "Captain Glen King Discusses Saturation Reporting.

Norman Redlich linked to Red Group.

p. 3. Article. Washington Report, by Robert Allen and Paul Scott. "Jackie to Tell Dallas Story."

p. 13. "Payoff Charge Framed, Says Ousted Agent." Suspended Secret Service Agent, Abraham Bolden says he was framed.

psf 148. p. 3. Article. Waco Tribune. "Wade Denies Revenge Was Dallas' Aim."

p. 7 Article. The Sun 5/29/64. "Mel Belli Plays Alice in Dallas." quotes Federal Judge, Sarah Hughes two weeks ago, "Dallas is a city of hate. In no other city could the President have been assassinated."

p. 12. "Hargis - Bringuer Personal Appearance Schedule." Good picture of Carlos Bringuer.

pdf 150 p. 2. "Justice Warren Meets With Ruby"

p. 2. Article. Miami Herald"Prior to Assassination, FBI Offered It's Help to Oswald Family?". Concerning November 1, 1963 visit to Paine house by Hosty. Article quotes Ruth Paine, "I wasn't glad Jack Ruby killed him. I was just glad it was over. I am glad he was dead."

p. 3. Article. Miami News 6/14/64 "Ruby send $10.00 to J.F.K. Library."

pdf 151. p. 3. "It's Fantastic" Lincoln**Kennedy Facts Compliments of Honest Joe - Himself.

p. 4. Article. San Jose Mercury 9/2/64 "What Belli Discovered in Dallas." "If jedge Says You Cain't See It, You Cain't."

pdf 152. Lots of articles about Jewish affairs.

pdf 153 - 155. Statement of Facts on Change of Venue, Index to volume III and testimony of Sam Bloom.

Group 25. Testimony relating to a request for a change in venue and whether or not Ruby could get a fair trial in Dallas. The index of these testimonies are in Group 24.

Group 26. Statement of Facts. Index to volume I. Judge overrules request for change of venue. Testimonies of R.M Sims, D.V. Harkness, Doyle Lane, James Leavelle, etc.

Group 27. pdf 176 - 179 Testimony from volume I

pdf 180. Miscellaneous Data - Ruby Case

list of names and addresses of people and whether or not they had been arrested. Appears to be a list of people who knew Jack Ruby. I recognized Frank Bellochio, Tom Apple and Ralph Paul.

pdf 181 More list of names, appear to be prospective jurors with some comments. "Jack McElwee - Psycho"

pdf 184. p. 2 Threatening letter from a Ben Ellis. If Ruby did not get a new trial, Ellis was going to kill Henry Wade.

pdf 185a. p. 2. List of the 12 jurors.

Group 28. pdf 186 Telegram from a Charles Bellows of Chicago telling Wade that he(Bellows) was "of counsel" to Ruby

pdf 187 Notes to Henry Wade from various people about prospective jurors. Repeat of pdf 181.

pdf 189b. Telegrams from a couple of British newspapers complaining about the small proportion of seats at Ruby trial allocated to the foreign press.

pdf 190-191 Notes about prospective jurors.

pdf 192 List of jurors.

Group 29. Jury list pdf 193-194 Several copies of jury pool. There were 900 people in the jury pool.

pdf 199 Letter to Mayor Eric Jenssen from Irving Lestor Margolis. "Stanley (Marcus) has an abstract super-ego maniac mind which reflects the personality of a super-con man on the Midway at Fair Park."

p. 8. List of jurors

p. 9. Blank form letter presumably to be sent to the jurors after the trial.

Groups 30 - 38 Statement of Facts. Examination of Prospective Jurors

Group 39 pdf 202. Picture of what I think is the Texaco parking lot where a jacket purportedly belonging to LHO was found.

pdf 203 Picture of the corner at 10th and Patton. These pictures are remarkably clear.

pdfs 204 - 213 Jack Ruby Medical Record. Records of his medical and psychological tests. These make for some interesting reading. Apparently he had some kind of obsession with food that startled the doctors examining him.

Steve Thomas

Group 40 pdfs 221-223 Ruby's Medical Record

pdfs 224 - 232 Folder Heading, "Jack Ruby Investigations." These and the following pdfs are an index of names.

pdf 233. Attention Seeker - Index

pdf 234. Brutality of Ruby - Index

pdf 235. Character Against Ruby - Index

pdf 236. Character For Ruby - Index

pdf 237. Connection Between Ruby and Oswald - Index (Jarnigan's name does not appear in this Index, so that transcript has to be somewhere else).

p. 3 of pdf 237 Contact With Ruby Nov. 22 and Following. (These are people who had contact with Ruby on 11/22 and Following)

pdf 238. Index for pdf 237

pdf 239. Homosexual - Witnesses who call Ruby Homosexual - Index

p. 2 of pdf 239 New Orleans

p. 3 Ruby in New Orleans - Index

pdf 240. Spur of Moment Acs - Insanity - Mad - Then Sorry - Index

p. 3. of pdf 240 Interview with Tony Zoppi.

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Chris,

Steve -

The link I have been clicking on at the beginning of this thread only appears to me to provide links to Document Groups 1-29. Where are you finding 30-40? Thanx in advance!

Chris

I was going to mention that. Thanks for bringing it up.

Go to any of the first 29 groups that are listed.

At the end of the listing of pdf files, there is a line that says, "Back: Help us examine the lost JFK files.

If you click on that link, it will take you to a page that lists all 54 groups.

This is the direct url:

http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dw...s.15b53191.html

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I was going to try and keep these all together, but the Forum software will only allow a certain number of quoted blocks at one time, so I'll have to split them up.

Group 19. Congratulatory letters to Wade. Invitations to speak at various law conferences around the country. Letter to Pres. Johnson asking him to appoint Wade as Attorney General of U.S.

11/26/63 issue of The Worker calling for an independent commission.

Article from 11/29/63 issue of Deutche National Zietung. Investigation of Oswald as Walker shooter stopped by Robert F. Kennedy.

pdf 105b. p. 2. Article in 10/31/63 issue of The Wanderer of St. Paul, MN by author, Taylor Caldwell. JFK is surrounded by military men in Duluth, MN. Does he feel he is in personal danger? "The mere thought of Mr. Kennedy being assassinated should make all of us shudder..."

pdf 106a. Biographical article about Henry Wade. In WWII he served on the USS Hornet in the Pacific, along with fellow classmate John Connally.

Group 20. Congratulatory letters to Wade. Some wacko letters.

pdf 107b. Article in the newspaper, the Daily News. Appears to have been written five days after the assassination. Many remaining questions unanswered. Article says Kennedy hit in the throat by the first shot, angling downwards, according to a Dallas neurosurgeon who saw the wound. Refers to a film shot by an amateur that sounds much like the Zapruder film. Says three shots, one in the throat, one hit Connally, then the head shot. Makes no reference to a wound in the back.

Group 21. Congratulatory letters to Wade.

Group 22. Congratulatory letters to Wade. A couple of notes that are not complimentary.

pdf 128. Letter from Major C.C. Booth, C.A.L. Member of Texas Parole Board. Expresses disgust at Belli's actions:

"It's a sad thing to swallow when anyone from California, a state that was among the first to mix..."

"Too bad you all didn't have some decent man who slapped that misfit in the mouth..."

"As Chairman of the Dallas County Democratic League, of which we claim several hundred membership, all of whom are REAL WHITE MEN (100%) Democratic, not that black and tan Roosevelt Johnson brand..."

Group 23. Newspaper articles.

pdf 136. Article in Thunderbolt, "Jews Involved in Assassination." Referenced earlier

p. 6 Article in New York Herald, "A Death in Emergency Room No One, by Jimmy Breslin - an article about Malcolm Perry.

p. 9 New York Journal American, "What Jack Ruby Told to Warren." second installment by Dorothy Kilgallen

"And while he never admitted that the reported meeting (of Tippit, Ruby, Weissman and a rich oil man in the Carousel, he never directly denied it either."

p. 13 L.A. Times 8/19/64 "Warren Panel Has No Comment on Ruby Story." How Kilgallen got ahold of Ruby's testimony to Commission.

p. 14 L.A. Times, "Federal Agents Probe Ruby Testimony Leak."

transcripts of Ruby's testimony.

pdf 137 L.A. Herald-Examiner, "Ruby Tells of Worry For Family." more Ruby transcripts

p. 4 Dorothy Kilgallen, "Sinister Forces in Dallas."

p. 8 L.A. Times, "Ruby Swings at Attorney in Jail Cell." "Jack Ruby took a swing at one of his lawyers during a conference in his jail cell Thursday..."

pdf 138. p. 14. Miami Herald "Probe Asked of Oswald Diary Leak."

p. 15 Miami Herald, 6/26/64, "Warren Report to Pin Loner Tag on Oswald." by Drew Pearson.

pdf 139 p. 2. "Soviet Police Paid Oswald." excerpts from Oswald's diary

p. 7. "Oswald Alone Killed President, Says RFK." (to a Polish crowd).

pdf 140 excerpts from LHO diary.

Group 23 pdf 141. Picture of Jack Ruby. Look into those eyes and tell me if the hairs on the back of your neck don't stand up.

pdf 142. The Star News, Pasadena, CA. 12/23/63 "Pistol Taken From Ruby Case Witness." (Little Lynn)

p. 6. Picture of Bill Decker

p. 7. Picture of Little Lynn

articles about the trial

p. 12. David Conrad Glass of Klamath Falls, OR called Albuquerque FBI and told them he was enroute to Dallas to testify in Jack Ruby case. Asked if he had been subpoened as a witness, he said no. Later on 2/17/64 he is arrested in the courthouse carrying a gun. You can find a few more details on this in the DPD Archives, Box 18, Folder# 9, Item# 4.

pdf 143. Belli thinks phones and hotel room is being bugged.

Article, "Judge Bans Searching of Ruby Trial Jurors."

p. 6. Article. 6 weeks prior to assassination, Oswald phones New York radio station WOR and asks to be put on the air and be interviewed about the Fair Play For Cuba Committee. Says he will pay for trip to New York himself. When radio personality says no, Oswald goes into a tirade.

p. 9. San Francisco Examiner, 2/17/64. "Belli Blasts Dallas." "My Suite Bugged, Searched."

pdf 145. p. 4. S.F. Examiner, 4/19/64. "Mirror, Mirror on the Wall." article by J. Frank Dobie. Review of book by (FNU) Leslie. Scathing article about Dallas and the Citizens Council of Dallas.

p. 12 "Mystery of Balding Oswald." "...why the suspected assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald lost more than half his hair in the 2 1/2 years he lived in the Soviet Union."

Group 24:

pdf 146 p. 3 National Enquirer. Article by John Henshaw 5/17/64. "Washington Insiders Rocked By Report of Fantastic Letter." "Link Ruby and Oswald." "Shocked Officials Hear: U.S. Justice Department Letter Blocked Their Arrest Seven Months Before JFK Slaying." This was the report that the U.S. Justice Department intervened and asked the FBI to ask Dallas Police Officials not to arrest Oswald and Ruby for the attempted murder of General Walker.

Articles about Ruby being denied a new trial.

Group 24. pdf 147. p. 2. "Captain Glen King Discusses Saturation Reporting.

Norman Redlich linked to Red Group.

p. 3. Article. Washington Report, by Robert Allen and Paul Scott. "Jackie to Tell Dallas Story."

p. 13. "Payoff Charge Framed, Says Ousted Agent." Suspended Secret Service Agent, Abraham Bolden says he was framed.

psf 148. p. 3. Article. Waco Tribune. "Wade Denies Revenge Was Dallas' Aim."

p. 7 Article. The Sun 5/29/64. "Mel Belli Plays Alice in Dallas." quotes Federal Judge, Sarah Hughes two weeks ago, "Dallas is a city of hate. In no other city could the President have been assassinated."

p. 12. "Hargis - Bringuer Personal Appearance Schedule." Good picture of Carlos Bringuer.

pdf 150 p. 2. "Justice Warren Meets With Ruby"

p. 2. Article. Miami Herald"Prior to Assassination, FBI Offered It's Help to Oswald Family?". Concerning November 1, 1963 visit to Paine house by Hosty. Article quotes Ruth Paine, "I wasn't glad Jack Ruby killed him. I was just glad it was over. I am glad he was dead."

p. 3. Article. Miami News 6/14/64 "Ruby send $10.00 to J.F.K. Library."

pdf 151. p. 3. "It's Fantastic" Lincoln**Kennedy Facts Compliments of Honest Joe - Himself.

p. 4. Article. San Jose Mercury 9/2/64 "What Belli Discovered in Dallas." "If jedge Says You Cain't See It, You Cain't."

pdf 152. Lots of articles about Jewish affairs.

pdf 153 - 155. Statement of Facts on Change of Venue, Index to volume III and testimony of Sam Bloom.

Group 25. Testimony relating to a request for a change in venue and whether or not Ruby could get a fair trial in Dallas. The index of these testimonies are in Group 24.

Group 26. Statement of Facts. Index to volume I. Judge overrules request for change of venue. Testimonies of R.M Sims, D.V. Harkness, Doyle Lane, James Leavelle, etc.

Group 27. pdf 176 - 179 Testimony from volume I

pdf 180. Miscellaneous Data - Ruby Case

list of names and addresses of people and whether or not they had been arrested. Appears to be a list of people who knew Jack Ruby. I recognized Frank Bellochio, Tom Apple and Ralph Paul.

pdf 181 More list of names, appear to be prospective jurors with some comments. "Jack McElwee - Psycho"

pdf 184. p. 2 Threatening letter from a Ben Ellis. If Ruby did not get a new trial, Ellis was going to kill Henry Wade.

pdf 185a. p. 2. List of the 12 jurors.

Group 28. pdf 186 Telegram from a Charles Bellows of Chicago telling Wade that he(Bellows) was "of counsel" to Ruby

pdf 187 Notes to Henry Wade from various people about prospective jurors. Repeat of pdf 181.

pdf 189b. Telegrams from a couple of British newspapers complaining about the small proportion of seats at Ruby trial allocated to the foreign press.

pdf 190-191 Notes about prospective jurors.

pdf 192 List of jurors.

Group 29. Jury list pdf 193-194 Several copies of jury pool. There were 900 people in the jury pool.

pdf 199 Letter to Mayor Eric Jenssen from Irving Lestor Margolis. "Stanley (Marcus) has an abstract super-ego maniac mind which reflects the personality of a super-con man on the Midway at Fair Park."

p. 8. List of jurors

p. 9. Blank form letter presumably to be sent to the jurors after the trial.

Groups 30 - 38 Statement of Facts. Examination of Prospective Jurors

Group 39 pdf 202. Picture of what I think is the Texaco parking lot where a jacket purportedly belonging to LHO was found.

pdf 203 Picture of the corner at 10th and Patton. These pictures are remarkably clear.

pdfs 204 - 213 Jack Ruby Medical Record. Records of his medical and psychological tests. These make for some interesting reading. Apparently he had some kind of obsession with food that startled the doctors examining him.

Group 40 pdfs 221-223 Ruby's Medical Record

pdfs 224 - 232 Folder Heading, "Jack Ruby Investigations." These and the following pdfs are an index of names.

pdf 233. Attention Seeker - Index

pdf 234. Brutality of Ruby - Index

pdf 235. Character Against Ruby - Index

pdf 236. Character For Ruby - Index

pdf 237. Connection Between Ruby and Oswald - Index (Jarnigan's name does not appear in this Index, so that transcript has to be somewhere else).

p. 3 of pdf 237 Contact With Ruby Nov. 22 and Following. (These are people who had contact with Ruby on 11/22 and Following)

pdf 238. Index for pdf 237

pdf 239. Homosexual - Witnesses who call Ruby Homosexual - Index

p. 2 of pdf 239 New Orleans

p. 3 Ruby in New Orleans - Index

pdf 240. Spur of Moment Acs - Insanity - Mad - Then Sorry - Index

p. 3. of pdf 240 Interview with Tony Zoppi.

Steve Thomas

Group 41

pdfs 241 - 249. Interviews with various people. These appear to be people who had Club pass cards or whose business cards were found in Jack Ruby's personal affects.

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I was going to try and keep these all together, but the Forum software will only allow a certain number of quoted blocks at one time, so I'll have to split them up.

Group 19. Congratulatory letters to Wade. Invitations to speak at various law conferences around the country. Letter to Pres. Johnson asking him to appoint Wade as Attorney General of U.S.

11/26/63 issue of The Worker calling for an independent commission.

Article from 11/29/63 issue of Deutche National Zietung. Investigation of Oswald as Walker shooter stopped by Robert F. Kennedy.

pdf 105b. p. 2. Article in 10/31/63 issue of The Wanderer of St. Paul, MN by author, Taylor Caldwell. JFK is surrounded by military men in Duluth, MN. Does he feel he is in personal danger? "The mere thought of Mr. Kennedy being assassinated should make all of us shudder..."

pdf 106a. Biographical article about Henry Wade. In WWII he served on the USS Hornet in the Pacific, along with fellow classmate John Connally.

Group 20. Congratulatory letters to Wade. Some wacko letters.

pdf 107b. Article in the newspaper, the Daily News. Appears to have been written five days after the assassination. Many remaining questions unanswered. Article says Kennedy hit in the throat by the first shot, angling downwards, according to a Dallas neurosurgeon who saw the wound. Refers to a film shot by an amateur that sounds much like the Zapruder film. Says three shots, one in the throat, one hit Connally, then the head shot. Makes no reference to a wound in the back.

Group 21. Congratulatory letters to Wade.

Group 22. Congratulatory letters to Wade. A couple of notes that are not complimentary.

pdf 128. Letter from Major C.C. Booth, C.A.L. Member of Texas Parole Board. Expresses disgust at Belli's actions:

"It's a sad thing to swallow when anyone from California, a state that was among the first to mix..."

"Too bad you all didn't have some decent man who slapped that misfit in the mouth..."

"As Chairman of the Dallas County Democratic League, of which we claim several hundred membership, all of whom are REAL WHITE MEN (100%) Democratic, not that black and tan Roosevelt Johnson brand..."

Group 23. Newspaper articles.

pdf 136. Article in Thunderbolt, "Jews Involved in Assassination." Referenced earlier

p. 6 Article in New York Herald, "A Death in Emergency Room No One, by Jimmy Breslin - an article about Malcolm Perry.

p. 9 New York Journal American, "What Jack Ruby Told to Warren." second installment by Dorothy Kilgallen

"And while he never admitted that the reported meeting (of Tippit, Ruby, Weissman and a rich oil man in the Carousel, he never directly denied it either."

p. 13 L.A. Times 8/19/64 "Warren Panel Has No Comment on Ruby Story." How Kilgallen got ahold of Ruby's testimony to Commission.

p. 14 L.A. Times, "Federal Agents Probe Ruby Testimony Leak."

transcripts of Ruby's testimony.

pdf 137 L.A. Herald-Examiner, "Ruby Tells of Worry For Family." more Ruby transcripts

p. 4 Dorothy Kilgallen, "Sinister Forces in Dallas."

p. 8 L.A. Times, "Ruby Swings at Attorney in Jail Cell." "Jack Ruby took a swing at one of his lawyers during a conference in his jail cell Thursday..."

pdf 138. p. 14. Miami Herald "Probe Asked of Oswald Diary Leak."

p. 15 Miami Herald, 6/26/64, "Warren Report to Pin Loner Tag on Oswald." by Drew Pearson.

pdf 139 p. 2. "Soviet Police Paid Oswald." excerpts from Oswald's diary

p. 7. "Oswald Alone Killed President, Says RFK." (to a Polish crowd).

pdf 140 excerpts from LHO diary.

Group 23 pdf 141. Picture of Jack Ruby. Look into those eyes and tell me if the hairs on the back of your neck don't stand up.

pdf 142. The Star News, Pasadena, CA. 12/23/63 "Pistol Taken From Ruby Case Witness." (Little Lynn)

p. 6. Picture of Bill Decker

p. 7. Picture of Little Lynn

articles about the trial

p. 12. David Conrad Glass of Klamath Falls, OR called Albuquerque FBI and told them he was enroute to Dallas to testify in Jack Ruby case. Asked if he had been subpoened as a witness, he said no. Later on 2/17/64 he is arrested in the courthouse carrying a gun. You can find a few more details on this in the DPD Archives, Box 18, Folder# 9, Item# 4.

pdf 143. Belli thinks phones and hotel room is being bugged.

Article, "Judge Bans Searching of Ruby Trial Jurors."

p. 6. Article. 6 weeks prior to assassination, Oswald phones New York radio station WOR and asks to be put on the air and be interviewed about the Fair Play For Cuba Committee. Says he will pay for trip to New York himself. When radio personality says no, Oswald goes into a tirade.

p. 9. San Francisco Examiner, 2/17/64. "Belli Blasts Dallas." "My Suite Bugged, Searched."

pdf 145. p. 4. S.F. Examiner, 4/19/64. "Mirror, Mirror on the Wall." article by J. Frank Dobie. Review of book by (FNU) Leslie. Scathing article about Dallas and the Citizens Council of Dallas.

p. 12 "Mystery of Balding Oswald." "...why the suspected assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald lost more than half his hair in the 2 1/2 years he lived in the Soviet Union."

Group 24:

pdf 146 p. 3 National Enquirer. Article by John Henshaw 5/17/64. "Washington Insiders Rocked By Report of Fantastic Letter." "Link Ruby and Oswald." "Shocked Officials Hear: U.S. Justice Department Letter Blocked Their Arrest Seven Months Before JFK Slaying." This was the report that the U.S. Justice Department intervened and asked the FBI to ask Dallas Police Officials not to arrest Oswald and Ruby for the attempted murder of General Walker.

Articles about Ruby being denied a new trial.

Group 24. pdf 147. p. 2. "Captain Glen King Discusses Saturation Reporting.

Norman Redlich linked to Red Group.

p. 3. Article. Washington Report, by Robert Allen and Paul Scott. "Jackie to Tell Dallas Story."

p. 13. "Payoff Charge Framed, Says Ousted Agent." Suspended Secret Service Agent, Abraham Bolden says he was framed.

psf 148. p. 3. Article. Waco Tribune. "Wade Denies Revenge Was Dallas' Aim."

p. 7 Article. The Sun 5/29/64. "Mel Belli Plays Alice in Dallas." quotes Federal Judge, Sarah Hughes two weeks ago, "Dallas is a city of hate. In no other city could the President have been assassinated."

p. 12. "Hargis - Bringuer Personal Appearance Schedule." Good picture of Carlos Bringuer.

pdf 150 p. 2. "Justice Warren Meets With Ruby"

p. 2. Article. Miami Herald"Prior to Assassination, FBI Offered It's Help to Oswald Family?". Concerning November 1, 1963 visit to Paine house by Hosty. Article quotes Ruth Paine, "I wasn't glad Jack Ruby killed him. I was just glad it was over. I am glad he was dead."

p. 3. Article. Miami News 6/14/64 "Ruby send $10.00 to J.F.K. Library."

pdf 151. p. 3. "It's Fantastic" Lincoln**Kennedy Facts Compliments of Honest Joe - Himself.

p. 4. Article. San Jose Mercury 9/2/64 "What Belli Discovered in Dallas." "If jedge Says You Cain't See It, You Cain't."

pdf 152. Lots of articles about Jewish affairs.

pdf 153 - 155. Statement of Facts on Change of Venue, Index to volume III and testimony of Sam Bloom.

Group 25. Testimony relating to a request for a change in venue and whether or not Ruby could get a fair trial in Dallas. The index of these testimonies are in Group 24.

Group 26. Statement of Facts. Index to volume I. Judge overrules request for change of venue. Testimonies of R.M Sims, D.V. Harkness, Doyle Lane, James Leavelle, etc.

Group 27. pdf 176 - 179 Testimony from volume I

pdf 180. Miscellaneous Data - Ruby Case

list of names and addresses of people and whether or not they had been arrested. Appears to be a list of people who knew Jack Ruby. I recognized Frank Bellochio, Tom Apple and Ralph Paul.

pdf 181 More list of names, appear to be prospective jurors with some comments. "Jack McElwee - Psycho"

pdf 184. p. 2 Threatening letter from a Ben Ellis. If Ruby did not get a new trial, Ellis was going to kill Henry Wade.

pdf 185a. p. 2. List of the 12 jurors.

Group 28. pdf 186 Telegram from a Charles Bellows of Chicago telling Wade that he(Bellows) was "of counsel" to Ruby

pdf 187 Notes to Henry Wade from various people about prospective jurors. Repeat of pdf 181.

pdf 189b. Telegrams from a couple of British newspapers complaining about the small proportion of seats at Ruby trial allocated to the foreign press.

pdf 190-191 Notes about prospective jurors.

pdf 192 List of jurors.

Group 29. Jury list pdf 193-194 Several copies of jury pool. There were 900 people in the jury pool.

pdf 199 Letter to Mayor Eric Jenssen from Irving Lestor Margolis. "Stanley (Marcus) has an abstract super-ego maniac mind which reflects the personality of a super-con man on the Midway at Fair Park."

p. 8. List of jurors

p. 9. Blank form letter presumably to be sent to the jurors after the trial.

Groups 30 - 38 Statement of Facts. Examination of Prospective Jurors

Group 39 pdf 202. Picture of what I think is the Texaco parking lot where a jacket purportedly belonging to LHO was found.

pdf 203 Picture of the corner at 10th and Patton. These pictures are remarkably clear.

pdfs 204 - 213 Jack Ruby Medical Record. Records of his medical and psychological tests. These make for some interesting reading. Apparently he had some kind of obsession with food that startled the doctors examining him.

Group 40 pdfs 221-223 Ruby's Medical Record

pdfs 224 - 232 Folder Heading, "Jack Ruby Investigations." These and the following pdfs are an index of names.

pdf 233. Attention Seeker - Index

pdf 234. Brutality of Ruby - Index

pdf 235. Character Against Ruby - Index

pdf 236. Character For Ruby - Index

pdf 237. Connection Between Ruby and Oswald - Index (Jarnigan's name does not appear in this Index, so that transcript has to be somewhere else).

p. 3 of pdf 237 Contact With Ruby Nov. 22 and Following. (These are people who had contact with Ruby on 11/22 and Following)

pdf 238. Index for pdf 237

pdf 239. Homosexual - Witnesses who call Ruby Homosexual - Index

p. 2 of pdf 239 New Orleans

p. 3 Ruby in New Orleans - Index

pdf 240. Spur of Moment Acs - Insanity - Mad - Then Sorry - Index

p. 3. of pdf 240 Interview with Tony Zoppi.

Group 41

pdfs 241 - 249. Interviews with various people. These appear to be people who had Club pass cards or whose business cards were found in Jack Ruby's personal affects.

Steve Thomas

Group 41

pdfs 250 - 260. More interviews with people who had Carousel Club passes or whose phone number was among Ruby's personal affects.

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Peter,

How many 'groups' are there?

As of right now, there are 54 groups listed. I do not know if that represents all there are.

I know it is somewhat easier if you get online in the morning here in the United States. As the day progresses, the download starts to get really slow.

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