#1089 – John Armstrong

 

  • John Armstrong’s website: www.harveyandlee.net
  • Article: The Pre-Arranged Murder of Oswald by John Armstrong and David Josephs
  • How John got interested in this aspect of the case
  • The chosen patsy was the Russian-speaking Harvey Oswald
  • After President Kennedy was assassinated the conspirators knew that the “patsy” had to be eliminated
  • Dallas Police headquarters was located in the third floor of the City Hall building
  • Commission Exhibit No. 2179
  • Ruby managed to get into the basement about 1 minute before Oswald arrived in the basement
  • Ruby and Captain John William “Will” Fritz were close friends
  • Ruby’s numerous friends in the Dallas PD
  • A wallet at the Tippit murder scene
  • Colonel Robert E. Jones, Army Intelligence, San Antonio, TX
  • The two wallets of Oswald i.e. the arrest wallet and the second wallet
  • On the day President Kennedy was murdered, Captain Westbrook knew far too much about HARVEY Oswald
  • Jack Ruby at Henry Wade’s press conference at 11.30pm on Friday, Nov 22, 1963
  • How and why would Jack Ruby know about the Fair Play for Cuba Committee?
  • The Selective Service card with the name “Alek James Hidell” contained a photo of HARVEY Oswald,
    and this was the one and only item that directly linked Oswald to the rifle found on the 6th floor of the TSBD
  • Retired Dallas officer Billy Grammer remembers the call that could’ve stopped killing of JFK’s assassin
  • Nobody saw Ruby walking on Main St. or enter the ramp on Main St.
  • On June 7, 1964 Ruby told Chief Justice Earl Warren “I have been used for a purpose”
  • “Everything pertaining to what’s happening has never come to the surface. The world will never know the true facts
    of what occurred, my motives. The people who had so much to gain, and had such an ulterior motive for putting me
    in the position I’m in, will never let the true facts come above board to the world.” A reporter asked, “Are these people
    in very high positions, Jack?” Ruby said, “Yes.”
  • Capt. Fritz’s complete lack of interest in the Tippit murder
  • Croy was the one and only police officer who saw Ruby before the shooting
  • But he did not ask him for identification or order him to leave
  • Jack Ruby’s conviction was overturned by a Texas Appellate Court
  • The Court found that Sgt. Patrick Dean’s testimony should not have been admitted during the trial

 

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