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Lee Harvey Oswald's Killer Sentenced

A March 14, 1964, report announces the conviction and sentence of Dallas night club owner Jack Ruby, who gunned down accused JFK assassin Lee Harvey Oswald on national television. Ruby was found guilty of "murder with malice" and was sentenced to die in the electric chair.

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    A March 14, 1964, report announces the conviction and sentence of Dallas night club owner Jack Ruby, who gunned down accused JFK assassin Lee Harvey Oswald on national television. Ruby was found guilty of "murder with malice" and was sentenced to die in the electric chair.

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