The release of almost 3,000 records related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy revealed a small Sacramento connection.

Dr. Walter Bromberg, who worked on Capitol Avenue as a physician, filed a 17-page report on Jack Ruby, who you may remember shot and killed Lee Harvey Oswald, Kennedy's alleged assassin.

Bromberg's report, according to The New York Times, concluded that Ruby killed Oswald in response to an "irresistible impulse."

According to the newly released documents, Bromberg lived in Sacramento from 1948 until about January 1963 to leave for further schooling.