Sunday, November 6, 2016


6:35 PM (49 minutes ago)

On Friday, November 4, 2016 at 9:44:52 PM UTC-4, Ralph Cinque wrote:
> I just realized something, and it is big: Jack Ruby was not wearing
> prisoner clothes. That white outfit was like cabana clothes or the uniform
> of a waiter in a Cuban restaurant. Imagine if you visited a prison and all
> the convicts were dressed like that.
  Why imagine? 

Ralph Cinque:

Bud, if you were a smarter man, or just smart to any extent, you would have known better than to post that. That's Darrington State Prison. It is a penitentiary; not a city jail. 

"Darrington Unit is a maximum security prison located in Rosharon, Texas."

Yes, they do give inmates uniforms at a penitentiary, but not at a city jail. And even there at the penitentiary, you'll notice that all the shoes are different. 

So, apparently, they don't supply shoes. But, we are supposed to believe that minutes after Jack Ruby fatally shot Oswald, that the Dallas Police Department decked him out in new everything, including shoes, socks, and underwear. 

And, those men are wearing sweat pants with beltless elastic waistbands that are one stock length, and too long for most of the men. They are nothing like Ruby's pants. And notice that none of them have the sharply pressed/ironed collar like Ruby.

So, the outfits have nothing in common with Ruby's except for being white. 

Forget imagining. Why not think?  

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