ON THIS DAY IN UNITED STATES HISTORY
March 14, 1964
A Jury Finds Jack Ruby Guilty of Killing
Lee Harvey Oswald Before He Can Stand
Trial for the Assassination of John F. Kennedy
On this day in 1964, Jack Ruby, a nightclub owner in Dallas, Texas was found guilty of the murder of Lee Harvey
Oswald who was arrested two days earlier for the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Ruby appealed the
conviction but died of cancer before a date for a new trial could be set.