Ruby's last interview:
Ralph Cinque So, let's analyze it. He never directly said that he shot Oswald. He said that he walked down to the bottom of the ramp, and that's where the incident happened. Notice that in that one sentence, he went from first person to third person. He was talking about himself in the first person, and then he referred to the incident. Then you've got the interviewer asking him, "When did you finally realize that something had happened?" What? How about as he was doing it? But no, the whole idea, even from the interviewer, is that Ruby was in some kind of trance. Ruby said: "It happened in such a blur. It happened in such a blur, that before I knew it, I was down on the ground." Do you notice that he left out any description or accounting of the actual shooting? Ruby: "The officers had me on the ground." Well, that isn't even what happened to the shooter in the garage from what we saw. Ruby implies that they had him down on the ground, as in immobilized on the ground, fixed on the ground, which police will often do. But, what we saw in the garage instead was dragging the shooter into the building. Didn't they swift him out of there in seconds? So, obviously, they weren't pinning him to the ground. Interviewer: "Had you realized you had done anything?" If Ruby was of sound mind, how could he not realize it? Then Ruby paused. He had a hard time answering. Finally, he said: "Well.... really.... it happened so fast.... I can't recall what happened from the time I came to the bottom of the ramp until the police officers had me on the ground." Presto! RUBY HAD NO MEMORY OF SHOOTING OSWALD. He was just like Sirhan SIrhan who had no memory of shooting Robert Kennedy. MK-ULTRA the both of them.