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Ruby Arrest In Aztec, NM

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Post by greg parker on Fri 30 Mar 2012, 9:21 am

On page 110 of "Who Was Jack Ruby?", Seth Kantor wrote:
"The Commisssion failed to look into an earlier arrest of Jack Ruby by a law
officer in Aztec, New Mexico, in the course of what some Dallas sources
believed to be a narcotics-related trip by Ruby. Ruby was jailed in Aztec, in
a remote area on the north side of the state near the Colorado border, after
he was caught driving an overdue rental car. For Ruby, a devoted city
creature, this foray off the main highways of New Mexico was an unexplained

Amazingly, Kantor, who quoted from the FBI report on John C Jackson twice in his book (pages 49 and 171), failed to make the connection from this final paragraph of that report : "Jackson advised that in 1958, he had been arrested in New Mexico and incarcerated in the County Jail at Aztec, New Mexico in connection with the rental of an automobile which he had kept for a period of time considerably in excess of the rental agreement. While incarcerated in Aztec, New Mexico, Jackson stated that he had been interviewed by an agent of the FBI in connection with the matter."

On the first page of the report, Jackson told the FBI that he had moved in with Ruby in November, 1956 and had moved out at the end of 1957 - and had "had no contact with Ruby since May 1958."

Did the unnamed "Dallas sources" Kantor referred to cause the FBI to become aware of Jackson? Did this in turn prompt them to ask about the arrest, leaving out the most salient details ie that Ruby was also arrested after they were caught in the ovedue rental car, and that this arrest had led to the discovery of narcotics, followed by a meeting with an FBI agent? It just beggars belief that Kantor doesn't mention Jackson as involved in that Aztec arrest, and the FBI report on Jackson fails to mention Ruby as part of it.

If the omissions about who was involved are suspicious, so was the arrest itself... did Jackson tell the FBI about it in Feb '64 - and about being visited in jail by the FBI - as a means of flagging that they should stay clear of his involvement with Ruby regarding drugs?

And if drugs were involved, were they for sale as part of a drug ring, or for Jackson's possible MKULTRA-like experiments (Jackson was staying with Ruby while Ruby tried to raise venture capital for Jackson's experiments on "degenerative diseases").

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