|Full name||Zebedy Leon Rubenstein|
|Know as||Jack Ruby, Ruby, Jack|
|Birth place||Chicago, Illinois, United States|
|Lived||55 years, 9 month, 9 days|
|Parents||* Joseph Rubenstein, * Fannie Turek Rutkowski|
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Zebedy Leon Rubenstein Biography:
Produced Jacob Rubenstein in Chicago, Illinois, on April 25, 1911.
Ruby finished the 8th grade in 1927, but it’s not likely that his schooling extended into high school. Once out of school, Ruby turned to illegally scalping tickets to sporting events along with similar actions to support himself. He became a road “hustler,” making money wherever he could, before being drafted in the U.S. Army Air Forces on May 21, 1943. Never seeing any fight, Ruby was honorably discharged on February 21, 1946, at which stage he briefly returned to Chicago.
In 1947, Jack Ruby moved to Dallas, where he handled clubs and dance halls. He afterwards had ownership interests in a number of local nightclubs, such as the Carousel, the Vegas Club, as well as the Sovereign Club. He was also involved in a number of other side enterprises, like selling sewing machine accessories, acting as a talent manager, and selling discount costume jewelry. In this time, until 1963, was arrested eight times for assorted misdemeanors and liquor law violations coming from club activities. He also befriended numerous underworld figures along with many Dallas police officers. It’s uncertain whether his relationships with either the authorities or organized crime figures ever amounted to more than acquaintanceships, but after the departure of Lee Harvey Oswald, these associations were analyzed continuously for greater value. The event was broadcast live nationally on television. Ruby was detained right following the shooting, and he told several witnesses that Oswald’s departure would save “Mrs. Kennedy the discomfiture of coming back to trial.”
Weeks before his departure, Jack Ruby claimed exclusive liability for Oswald’s departure, denying a bigger scheme. Ruby had formerly, however, indicated he was part of a larger conspiracy to kill President Kennedy and understood who was behind the scheme, fueling conspiracy guess right up to and beyond his closing days. Although the official Warren Commission report of 1964 found no evidence that Oswald and Ruby were part of a bigger conspiracy, it is still challenged.