The manuscript of the killer of Lee Harvey Oswald put up for auction in Boston
Moscow. 7 Nov. INTERFAX.RU — the Boston auction house RR Auction auctioned off the manuscript of Jack ruby, who in 1963 shot by Lee Harvey Oswald, the only suspect in the murder of John Kennedy.
The 24-page document ruby describes her action within two days after the Kennedy assassination to the death of Oswald.
The initial cost of the lot is $12 thousand.
November 24, 1963, Jack ruby came to the headquarters of the Dallas police and shot in the stomach of Lee Harvey Oswald, who at this point were in an armored car to transfer to the County jail. Oswald, died in two hours. Ruby was convicted of murder and sentenced to death, but the sentence was challenged. Four years after that ruby died of cancer.