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Gun Policy News


26 August 2002

New York Times

When Jack Ruby shot the man accused of assassinating President John F. Kennedy in 1963, the moment was captured on film. The picture shows Ruby's grim posture, his gun, Lee Harvey Oswald recoiling as the bullet strikes him, and the shocked reactions of the police escorting the prisoner. It's a rare photo — an instant in history forever frozen because a news photographer happened to be taking Oswald's picture when the gun was fired. Nearly 40 years later, an inventor... (

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