VB, I believe you view of Jack Ruby is slightly mistaken, he wasn't "mob connected", the Chicago mob wouldn't have anything to do with him. He received the call for money from his dancer at home (collect), and drove to the Wells Fargo office to send the money. He then saw the commotion over at the Police station and walked over to see what was going on. He asked, and since he was a constant visitor to the station admitted to the lower level without question. He was a friend of the Dallas PD in more ways than one, and stayed on their "good side" since some of his activities in the "back" were quite illegal. He always carried his little hammer less S&W for protection, since he was constantly carrying cash to and from his club. He so "didn't plan" to kill Oswald, he even took one of his beloved Dachsunds with him to the Wells Fargo office, and left her in the car. He wouldn't have done that if he hadn't planned on returning to the car in little time. None of his "ties", non of his "plans", and non of his "actions" put him in any frame but an outraged man who acted on impulse, his impulsive actions were matters of record, and his friendship with the Dallas PD had saved him from many assault charges over the years, when he pistol whipped patrons at his club for insulting his dancers. Don't try to read more into Ruby than he was. It is unfortunate that he walked across the street, and that he impulsively reacted as he did, but nothing more.