The Wizard sent me this excerpt to establish that the lawyer who became Ruby's first lawyer, Tom Howard, was in the jail office when Oswald was brought down. He wasn't Ruby's lawyer at the time, so how did he become Ruby's lawyer?
But, what interests me just as much is the second paragraph, even though it's wrong. The name of the book is Ultimate Sacrifice by Lamar Waldron, who glibly claims that Ruby reached the garage through an alley and a fire stairway, the door of which had to be opened from the inside. Bull shit! Ruby entered through the Main Street ramp, just as he said. Waldron pointed to the impossibility of Roy Vaughn not seeing him, and I agree. But, Ruby got there earlier, before Vaughn was put there. That's the correct explanation, not there was an elaborate scheme in which a Dallas policeman let Ruby in through a door in an alley. Ruby could not have had any police collaborators because he surely would have given them up. Wouldn't you? Why would he have protected them? He wouldn't. He couldn't. He didn't. That is not what happened, and the people who think it did are just being childish and stupid.