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Jack Ruby Archives - Page 2 of 2 - L.D.C. Fitzgerald, JFK Novelist

If he had lived, Lee Harvey Oswald would have celebrated his 73rd birthday today, October 18, 2012. On October 18, 1939, a boy who would become infamous was born in New Orleans to a recent widow. Lee Harvey Oswald‘s father had died two months before his birth, forsaking him to a virtually unsupervised childhood as […]

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52 years ago today marked the first televised presidential debate. Vice President Richard Nixon sparred with Senator John F. Kennedy. After eight years of serving as VP alongside Ike (Dwight Eisenhower), Nixon threw his hat into the 1960 presidential election. During the first-ever televised candidates’ debate, Nixon appeared tired and pale after recovering from a […]

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On April 21, 1963, Lee Harvey Oswald engages in a debate on WDSU radio with an anti-Communist council member, and a Cuban refugee. Fair Play for Cuba – Oswald’s Lies At the start, the moderators introduce their guests, and give an overview of Oswald and the Fair Play for Cuba Committee. Bill Stuckey outlines its […]

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On August 17, 1963, three months before the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Lee Harvey Oswald is interviewed on ‘Latin Listening Post,’ a WDSU radio program hosted by William K. Stuckey. Fair Play for Cuba – What We Do Oswald earns much-craved notoriety after being arrested for disturbing the peace in New Orleans. He […]

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On March 14 in 1964, a jury in Dallas found nightclub owner Jack Ruby guilty of murdering alleged presidential assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald. Ruby was sentenced to death. Both the conviction and death sentence were later overturned, but Ruby died before he could be retried. Oswald, of course, is widely known as the alleged assassin […]

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