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    "They have been able to frame me, that I was part of the assassination to silence Oswald"

    Jack Ruby Autograph Letter Signed twice and Autograph Manuscript "Jack" in light pencil. In all, seven pages on four sheets, 6" x 4", front and verso, written from jail. Comprises: (1) ALS, front and verso. In full, "Try to ask for Chief White and maybe he will let you up to see me. Jack. If he wont let you up, go to Sammies house. If you are going to Sammies house, let me know, also have Sammie call Eileen for me, so you get there. Jack. Answer this note." This first sheet is dated "Aug 8-1964" in ink in an unknown hand. Two tears at upper blank edge, light soiling. (2) Autograph Manuscript, second, third, and fourth sheets, undated and unsigned, noted by Ruby to be "II, III, IV." In full, "II Johnson has been appointing Jews in many high jobs such as Goldberg as ambassador to the United Nations, Sheldon Cohen as head of the Internal Revenue Service and Abe Fortas to the Supreme Court. This is his revenge psychology to make the world think that he is a friend of the Jews all the while knowing that they are being exterminated through slaughter and torture. III If that isn't the sign of the Nazi treachery than I don't know is. Tonite if you should make yourself inconspicuous where the trains pass by the triple underpass, a good place to park is in the rear of Union Terminal, and wait until after 8 or 9 P.M. you will see the longest freight train go by at a very slow speed, their doing that to show their respect to the late president and passing the site where the assassination had taken place. The trains go by and sort of dangle a few bells to acknowledge the fact that they passing. All this has come about because they have been able to frame me, that I was part of the assassination to silence Oswald. IV The World is in grave danger, and the democratic countries believe the U.S. to be their allies, where all the while they are going t

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    October, 2007
    25th-26th Thursday-Friday
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