Jury out in rock murder trial in the death of Jack Ruby
“It’s the first time it’s happened to me,” he said. “I did this for myself. I’m sorry. I should never have done that to anyone.”
Baker said he tried to defend his wife, telling her that he needed to protect her because of the threats.
He is expected to return to the stand as he was asked if he remembered what kind of “hate speech” Ruby was involved in in the years leading up to the murder.
Baker said, “I did not know how many times it had been said. He’s been a very good man, but he was kind of a jerkgospelhitz about some of the people he had relationships with.”
Baker said she told him, “I do not remember what type of hate speech he said, I have to protect your family.”
Citing the First Amendment, Baker said he wants her to face the jury because she “has been attacked publicly in this case.”
When the couple’s 2-year-old daughter looked up from a book and heard the news on her birthday last month, Baker said he and Ruby went to the hospital, saying: “We just can’t cope with thi카지노 사이트s.”
He said he has never spoken of the case or seen the woman.
At the same time that he appeared on the stand, a few minutes before Judge Richard T. Garwood told him to step away, he put pen to paper and wrote “You know I love you” and “You don’t get any sick day from the thing바카라s you did” in his signature.
A lawyer for his wife later told reporters that she hoped that Baker would have nothing to add to the defense case.
Ruby shot and killed Ruby, 34, a longtime professional rock star with several platinum records, while taking him to a hotel room in the Las Vegas suburbs in 1995, killing him on the floor of their Las Vegas hotel suite, which also had the couple’s 4-year-old daughter, Tania.
Carrying a gun
Before he was acquitted in 2010, Jack Ruby testified that he had “very limited use of a firearm,” which he told federal authorities he did not want the case brought in the first place because it could potentially tarnish his reputation, especially if it could be shown that he or his wife had abused drugs.
“I wanted to stay quiet,” Ruby told jurors as he sat in the back of the courtroom wearin