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C. Ray Hall, FBI agent who questioned Ruby, dies at 96

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Dallas Morning News


During his 30 years with the FBI, C. Ray Hall investigated bank robberies, tracked down fugitives and interrogated suspects. He was a polygraph examiner and a firearms and police instructor.

On Nov. 24, 1963, he was selected to interview Jack Ruby, shortly after the nightclub owner had gunned down Lee Harvey Oswald.

Hall, 96, died Saturday of heart disease at his Dallas home.


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Ray Hall, according to his son, thought Jack Ruby was crazy.

One might come to the same conclusion from reading Ruby's Warren Commission testimony.

Hall's son says Hall liked people and implies Hall was good at reading people.

Ruby apparently also was good at reading people, especially cops and his bar girls.

My takeaway is that straight-arrow Hall didn't know what to make of Jack Ruby.

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