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'The Loneliest Road': Jack Ruby's Polygraph Exam

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'The Loneliest Road': Jack Ruby's Polygraph Exam

'The Loneliest Road': Jack Ruby's Polygraph Exam

'The Loneliest Road': Jack Ruby's Polygraph Exam

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Day to Day broadcasts an excerpt from "The Loneliest Road," a radio play by Gregory Whitehead, dramatizing the polygraph examination of Jack Ruby. Ruby shot and killed Lee Harvey Oswald, assassin of President John Kennedy, 40 years ago today. This piece was produced by the Hearing Voices radio project.

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