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Page 97 The committee examined a series of major groups or organizations that have been alleged to have been involved in a conspiracy to assassinate the President.
If any of these groups or organizations, as a group, had been involved in the assassination, the conspiracy to assassinate President Kennedy would have been one of major significance.
The Committee believes, on the basis of the evidence available to it, that President John F.
The Warren Commission recognized that a first premise in a finding of conspiracy may be a finding of association.
On the basis of extensive scientific analysis and an analysis of the testimony of Dealey Plaza witnesses, the committee found there was a high probability that two gunmen fired at President Kennedy.
Second, the committee explored Oswald's and Ruby's contact for any evidence of significant associations.
The Warren Commission devoted its Appendix XVI to a biography of Jack Ruby in which his family background, psychological makeup, education and business activities were considered.
While the evidence was sometimes contradictory, the Commission found that Ruby grew up in Chicago, the son of Jewish immigrants; that he lived in a home disrupted by domestic strife; (6) that he was troubled psychologically as a youth and not educated beyond high school; and that descriptions of his temperament ranged from "mild mannered" to "violent."(7) In 1963, Ruby was 52 and unmarried.
The Warren Commission examined Oswald's past and concluded he was essentially a loner.