SOURCE: McCally-Lee Entertainment

November 21, 2013 06:00 ET

50 Years Later Americana Artist Paul Metsa Voices What Many Still Believe Despite Current Attempts to Deflate Decades-Old Conspiracy Talk

New Video of "Jack Ruby" Released as Assassinations of JFK and Lee Harvey Oswald are Remembered

MINNEAPOLIS, MN--(Marketwired - Nov 21, 2013) - The 50th anniversary of the assassination of the alleged lone assassin of President John F. Kennedy will be remembered this weekend when legendary Minnesota songwriter and author Paul Metsa releases a new video for "Jack Ruby" -- a song about the man who shot Lee Harvey Oswald, live on national television November 24, 1963.

Of all the new books and special TV and radio programming over the past two weeks, plus the countless tributes, testimonials and conspiracy theories about the dark events of that fateful period, Metsa's chilling song and video will stand out.

Officially released November 21, 2013, the new video for a song that Metsa wrote in 1991 cinematically explores the dark profile of in black and white, including historical television footage of Ruby shooting Oswald.

The video was produced by McCally-Lee Entertainment (, a production company which extends beyond traditional broadcast networks and cable channels by also creating high-quality content for television's "third wave" of online programming and other non-traditional television media platforms.

"My business partner Randy Lee and I are thrilled to work with a great artist like Paul Metsa on the music video for his masterpiece song 'Jack Ruby,'" stated McCally-Lee Entertainment CEO John McCally. "The creative collaborative process with all involved was outstanding. We believe this music video is incredibly compelling and unique. It will not only entertain viewers, but it will make them think about how Ruby changed the course of history and why."

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