The shootout over Ruby's gun

Annin, P.
October 1990
Newsweek;10/22/1990, Vol. 116 Issue 17, p33
Covers the controversy surrounding ownership of the famous .38 Colt Cobra revolver that Jack Ruby used to kill Lee Harvey Oswald on November 24, 1963. The bitter 23-year-old dispute pits Jules Mayer, an attorney and executor of Ruby's estate against Ruby's family and the IRS against them both. One of the last points of interest regarding the Kennedy assassination that hasn't been settled.


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