John F. Kennedy assassination

On Nov. 23, 1963, The Times re­por­ted that Pres­id­ent Kennedy had been shot and killed by an as­sas­sin in Dal­las, Texas.
On Nov. 23 1963, The Times re­por­ted that Lee Har­vey Os­wald, 24, was ques­tioned to see wheth­er he had any con­nec­tion with the as­sas­sin­a­tion of Pres­id­ent Kennedy.
On Nov. 23, 1963, The Times re­por­ted that Lyn­don B. John­son was sworn in as Pres­id­ent of the United States.
On Nov. 24, 1963, The Times re­por­ted that the as­sas­sin­a­tion of Pres­id­ent Kennedy was re­cor­ded in the files of the Dal­las Po­lice De­part­ment in the routine lan­guage of an or­din­ary hom­icide re­port.
On Nov. 24, 1963, The Times re­por­ted that two im­port­ant break­throughs con­vinced au­thor­it­ies that Lee Har­vey Os­wald is the man who shot Pres­id­ent Kennedy.
On Nov. 25, 1963, The Times re­por­ted that Lee Har­vey Os­wald’s palm print was found on the rifle which killed Pres­id­ent Kennedy.
On Nov. 25, 1963 The Times re­por­ted that Lee Har­vey Os­wald was shot and killed as he was be­ing trans­ferred from the Dal­las city jail to the county jail.
On Nov. 25, 1963, The Times re­por­ted Gene Blake’s eye­wit­ness ac­count of the shoot­ing of Lee Har­vey Os­wald.
On Nov. 25, 1963 The Time re­por­ted that Lee Har­vey Os­wald had lived in ob­scur­ity un­til his ar­rest for the murder of the Pres­id­ent.
On Nov. 26, 1963, The Times re­por­ted that Pres­id­ent John F. Kennedy was bur­ied with full mil­it­ary hon­ors at Ar­ling­ton Na­tion­al Cemetery.
On Nov. 26, 1963, The Times re­por­ted that Lee Har­vey Os­wald was bur­ied in Ar­ling­ton, Texas, shortly after Pres­id­ent Kennedy was laid to rest in Ar­ling­ton Na­tion­al Cemetery.
On Nov. 26, 1963, The Times re­por­ted that Jack Ruby, ac­cused of killing Lee Har­vey Os­wald, was moved from the Dal­las po­lice headquar­ters to the county jail.
On Nov. 27, 1963, The Times re­por­ted that two in­vest­ig­a­tions in­to the as­sas­sin­a­tion of Pres­id­ent Kennedy were un­der­way and a third sched­uled.
On Nov. 28, 1963, The Times re­por­ted that Gov. John Con­nally, wounded dur­ing the as­sas­sin­a­tion of Pres­id­ent Kennedy, gave his first in­ter­view.
On Nov. 30, 1963, The Times re­por­ted on the fi­nal mo­ments in Dal­las’ Park­land Hos­pit­al.
On Dec. 1, 1963, The Times re­por­ted that Pres­id­ent John­son’s spe­cial com­mis­sion, lead by Chief Justice Earl War­ren, had be­gun their in­vest­ig­a­tion of the Kennedy as­sas­sin­a­tion.
On Mar. 4, 1964, The Times re­por­ted on the 12 jur­ors chosen to hear the Jack Ruby murder tri­al.
On Mar. 14, 1964, The Times re­por­ted that the murder case against Jack Ruby had gone to the jury of eight men and four wo­men.
On Mar. 15, 1964, The Times re­por­ted that Jack Ruby was con­victed of murder for the slay­ing of ac­cused Pres­id­en­tial as­sas­sin Lee Har­vey Os­wald.
On June 8, 1964, The Times re­por­ted that Chief Justice Earl War­ren spent more than 3 hours with Jack Ruby in the Dal­las County Jail.
On Sept. 28, 1964, The Times re­por­ted that the War­ren Com­mis­sion had ruled that Lee Har­vey Os­wald ac­ted alone when he as­sas­sin­ated Pres­id­ent Kennedy.
On Sept. 28, 1964, The Times pub­lished the text of the sum­mary and con­clu­sions in the War­ren Com­mis­sion re­port.
On Oct. 6, 1966, The Times re­por­ted that the Texas Court of Crim­in­al Ap­peals had re­versed the con­vic­tion and death sen­tence of Jack Ruby.
On Jan. 3, 1967, The Times re­por­ted that Jack Ruby had secretly taped a deni­al of any con­spir­acy in the slay­ing of Lee Har­vey Os­wald.
Jan. 4, 1967
On Jan. 4, 1967, The Times re­por­ted that Jack Ruby had died at the same hos­pit­al where Pres­id­ent John F. Kennedy and Lee Har­vey Os­wald had died.
On Jan. 4, 1967, The Times wrote about, Jack Ruby, the tough kid from Chica­go.
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