Jim Koethe was a Dallas Times Herald reporter, who on the evening of November 24, 1963, the day Oswald died, and supposedly at the hands of Jack Ruby, interviewed Ruby's roommate George Senator. Also participating was another reporter Bill Hunter, who worked for the Long Beach Press Telegram. So together, Koethe and Hunter interviewed George Senator, and also present was Ruby's attorney, Tom Howard. Earlier that day, Senator and Howard had visited Jack Ruby in jail. That evening, Senator gave Koethe, Hunter, and Howard a tour of Ruby's apartment, which he allowed them to search.
But, all three wound up dead. Hunter was shot dead by a Long Beach policeman, supposedly by accident on April 23, 1964. Koethe died on September 21,1964, apparently from a karate chop to his throat while he lay sleeping in bed in his Dallas apartment. At the time, he was busy writing a book about the JFK and Oswald assassinations, which completely disappeared. And Tom Howard died of a heart attack at age 48 in March 1965, similar to the way Billy Lovelady, Richard Case Nagell, and David Sanchez Morales and others did. A heart attack mimetic drug, you figure?
And remember that Dorothy Kilgallen was murdered shortly after she interviewed Jack Ruby, her notes from which disappeared.
They are lying to us about Jack Ruby and the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald, and they have killed over it.