Glory to Mary Phagan and the White men who avenged her (conclusion)

Glory to Mary Phagan and the White men who avenged her (conclusion)

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The Trauma of Rape To my utter consternation, half the women I have been involved with (in two marriages, in two long-term relationships and in other involvements, have told me they had been raped or otherwise sexually intimidated…. One of my close family members as a teenage girl suffered a Black man exposing himself to her at midnight on a Bue Line subway car while heading home from work at the famous Cheers bar in Boston. I think women often just do not want to talk about it to men. (A person dear to me was raped :-( :-( :-( by a Black with a knife in DC, and later hit by a Black with a bat or other heavy object on the head in a robbery just before Christmas in 1996, and later was robbed with a gun by a third Black.) She shakes it all off to me as if it were nothing. But other women stay visibly traumatized by it when they recount what happened.

Had Mary Phagan survived she would have lived the rest of her life as a Jew-humiliated rape victim, but by God that redhead fought back! She is really a role model for us all, that girl. As for Mary Ann, she was a little Keltic honey with that auburn hair and dark-blue eyes (suggested by the colorized Black & White photo below), with no dad (she had a stepdad), and before the pencil factory she had been a tenant farmer girl, which is like being a White slave, really. (It is like Michael Hoffman’s book They Were White and They Were Slaves.) The life of tenant farmers was a life of poverty and debt, working under singeing, humid heat, up to 90 degrees Fahrenheit — 35 degrees Celsius — for six months out of the year.

No Keltic girl from northern European stock should have to undergo that kind of humid heat. (This is why the Black slaves were imported, to work under such steamy conditions. But I know a comrade from Mississippi, Phil Logan — handsome fellow of Scotch-Irish heritage — and he picked cotton as a kid alongside the Blacks in the same heat.) Mary Ann Phagan was no country-club Republican, no spoiled White girl snapping gum while texting and gossiping on her cell phone all day. She was a WORKER!

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Family photo of relatives attending Mary Phagan’s funeral in 1913: (From the left) Ollie Mae Phagan, her sister; Fanny Phagan Coleman, her mother; J.W. Coleman, her stepfather; Benjamin Phagan, her brother, in a sailor uniform; and Lizzie Phagan, her aunt.

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Ben Phagan was a sailor aboard the USS Franklin (1864-1915), one of the last of the US Navy’s sailing ships.

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The key fact is that the Jew Leo Frank’s own Jewish wife shunned him after the crime, not visiting him for two weeks in jail — and then refusing to be buried next to him. There were dozens of stories from former employees accusing Frank of what today would be called sexual harassment. At Frank’s trial, as his wife listened, young women who had worked at the factory said Frank had forced himself on women, made insinuating comments and barged into dressing rooms while the girls were undressed.” It was a nightmare for the defense and of course the Southern jury was especially outraged. The honor of women was of the highest priority in this culture.

Some “innocent martyr”! A wife knows!

Marriage Certificate of 11/30/1910 of Leo Frank and Lucille Selig

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Lucille Selig

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In movies and theater productions depicting Frank as a martyr, attractive actors and actresses are always used to portray the couple.

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Under massive pressure from the big New York Jews, who had taken over the case, Lucille Frank reversed her public position, and proclaimed that Leo was innocent.

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A whopping nineteen female employees of the National Pencil Factory testified about the bad moral character of Leo Frank. Two of them:

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Close-up of the top story:

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Myrtice Cato and Marie Karst denounced the sex fiend.

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The William J. Burns Detective Agency of New York is hired by the Leo M. Frank legal teamto come down to Atlanta and subvert justice. Detective William Burns was later dismissed for being too obvious in his bribing, threatening and criminal activity.

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William_J._Burns William J.Burns After his firing, Burns received a telegram up in NYC from Marietta, Georgia after Leo M. Frank had been lynched. The telegram sarcastically urged him to “come down quickly and investigate the lynching,” signed H.H. Looney Chief of Police.;-) . In fact, the despicable William Burns had been driven out of Georgia with threats of lynching himself when it was discovered he was hired by big Jewish money to try to bribe any witnesses he could and turn the Mary Phagan murder investigation into a carnival side show with grandiose announcements in the local newspapers. He want on to other scandals after this, including tampering with federal jurors in the infamous Teapot Dome scandal: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_J._Burns – .

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Hillary Clinton “stands by her man”

In the same way, Hillary Clinton “stood up for” her adulterous husband Bill in January 1992 on TV when he was running for president in the critical New Hampshire primary (see the video below), and Hillary defended him once again against “right-wing conspirators” when the Monica Lewinski scandal broke in 1997. But the private actions of both women toward their husbands speak another language. Here were the Clintons on TV in 1992. prevaricating to “Sixty Minutes” and to the country., and at 9:57 Hillary, a Chicago half-Jewesss via her father Hugh Rodham (who at death was buried in a secret ceremony), even puts on a Southern accent that has long since disappeared!:

On January 27, 1998, Hillary, who had by that point zero reason to continue believing in her husband’s fidelity, lied yet again to Matt Lauer of the NBC program, the “Today Show”, accusing others and saying that the Monica Lewinsky allegations reflected a ” vast right-wing conspiracy that has been conspiring against my husband since the day he announced for president.” In the same way, Jews claimed then and now that an “antisemitic conspiracy” was out to get Leo Frank “just because he is a Jew.”

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In 1954 Lucille Frank signed her last will and testament, requesting cremation, and she asked her family to spread her ashes in a park within Atlanta’s city limits, but a local ordinance allegedly forbade it for health policy reasons, and she was buried between the head stones of her parents. She does not lie next to the supposedly innocent victim of antisemitism — who in truth was a pervert rapist-murderer whom the righteous, leading citizens of Georgia took out of state prison in 1915 at gunpoint and lynched just as the Jews and their puppet governor prepared to set the fiend free by legal manoeuverings after every court in the land — district, state and federal — had confirmed he was GUILTY AS CHARGED!

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He was executed at what is now 1200 Roswell Road, Marietta, Georgia, but then was woods and a cotton gin called Frey’s Gin, belonging to the then former sheriff, William Frey. A dental building is now located there. It bears from one side the more appropriate address of 42 East Frey’s Gin Court. Two plaques erected by Jews defending their criminal friend also mark the location.

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Jews put up not one but two plaques on the building defending their rapist coreligionist. The ADL mantra all over the Internet is that the poor Jew was “Wrongly Accused, Falsely Convicted, and Wantonly Murdered.”

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Plaques mark the approximate location of where Leo Frank was hanged on August 17, 1915. Leo Frank was executed for garroting Mary Phagan to death on April 26, 1913.

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But no markers exist at the location of the former National Pencil Company where poor little Mary Ann Phagan — a mere Gentile who had no right under Talmudic law to refuse her body to her Jewish master, Leo Frank — was raped and strangled.

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Mrs. Frank was a Cohen, descended from the priestly class (Kohen” meaning “priest” in Hebrew). She was a Selig-Cohen, of German-Jew stock, of the American Jew elite. Leo Frank, her husband, was a German Jew as well. This was the German-Jewish aristocracy described in the book Our Crowd, the Stephen Birmingham bestseller (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Our_Crowd), the German-Jew elite of the USA.

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Leo Frank had a life of affluence at the famous Pratt School in NYC, then the Ivy League university Cornell, then European trips.

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Frank at Cornell in 1906, with the typical Jewish arrogance smeared over his face.

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Strange expression of the Cornell student

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I hope people are bringing flowers to her grave. Mary Phagan should be turned into a real martyr, a saint, for that she was. And there should indeed be pilgrimages, and we must ever remember that the Nuremberg Laws under Adolf Hitler forbade male Jews from employing female Gentiles under age 40 with very good reason! Tom_E_Watson Let us also honor this day Tom Watson, fearless newspaper and magazine publisher, who kept the heat on the Jew Frank and his goy collaborators until the Georgia public finally had enough of legal shenanigans and took Frank out and strangled that Jew with a rope as he had strangled Mary Ann!

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Thomas Watson, publisher and later the governor of Georgia. Southerners had never been antisemitic until this shocking incident — 1) the rape-murder itself, and then 2) Frank’s fellow Jews not condemning and repudiating, but rallying to and defending the guilty man just because he was a Jew — opened their eyes to the depths of Jewish evil and the clanlike, gangland Jewish mentality. In any other ethnic group, such a vile creature would have been excommunicated by his brethren, but Frank, accused of first-degree (premeditated) murder, was even re-elected in prison as the head of B’nai B’rith of Atlanta! Watson awakened Georgia to what was happening! He awakened anew the honor of the White men of the South!

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The New York Times bashing of Georgia caused a backlash, exacerbating raw wounds in the South and made Georgians feel this big Northern newspaper was dictating to their courts and people. This is where the great populist politician Tom Watson came into full cry. He seized on what he saw as highly offensive coverage and reprinted it in his newspaper, The Jeffersonian. There he was every week showing Georgians what the rest of the world was writing about them, alongside his comments. Within months, the entire state was whipped up to a fever pitch.

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The Jeffersonian and Watson’s Magazine exposed what the jewsmedia was saying about White, Christian Georgians

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The rape-murder was committed on Confederate Memorial Day, as Mary Ann was in to get her meager pay and then attend the parade.

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In July 1898, when Mary was just one, 30,000 Confederate veterans had assembled in Atlanta to hear Confederate General John B. Gordon, who afterward served as a US senator and governor, speak in honor of their sacrifices.

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Mary Phagan, 13, supported with her 55 hours a week of pencil-factory work, laboring on a machine located grimly next to the bathroom, to help support her five siblings and her mom. Mary’s biological father had died four months before she was born. She was not a supermodel or starlet, she was a nice, pretty girl of keltic blood who fought off her goy-hating Jew rapist boss until he slammed her head against a lathe and then violated the dying girl with some object, the twisted, gentile-hating fiend! This thing needs to take off! Jews always whine about being victims!

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Well, here is a REAL VICTIM of prejudice and hatred!

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Her head was slammed so hard against a lathe a hank of her red hair was ripped off and stuck with its blood to the machine.

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Her foul killer, but hey, he was only obediently following his sacred book, the Talmud, which preaches that gentile girls are filth that can be used after the third day.

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Testimony under oath of Black janitor Jim Conley

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Conley testified that Frank told him that a girl would be coming by for a chat (he knew what that was) and that he should listen for the superintendent s foot stomp, which would be his signal to lock the front door so Frank and his rented female would not be disturbed. When Conley heard Frank whistle, he was to go back over and unlock the door.

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Conley testified under oath to the jurors that sometime after Mary arrived and went upstairs, he heard a scream coming from the direction of the metal room.

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“He asked [me], Did you see that little girl who passed here a while ago? I told him I saw one come along there and she has not come down, and he says, well, that one you say didn t come back down. She came into my office a little while ago and I wanted to be with the little girl and she refused me and I struck her and I guess I struck her too hard and she fell and hit her head against something and I didn t know how bad she got hurt.

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After he said about how she got hurt, he said, “You know, I ain t built like other men.”

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The reason he said that was that I had seen him in a position I haven t seen any other man that has got children.

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I have seen him in the office two or three times before Thanksgiving and a lady was in the office and she was sitting down in a chair and she had her clothes up to here (indicating his waist) and he was down on his knees and she had her hands on Mr. Frank.

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Q. You say you saw this two or three times? A. I have seen him another time there in the packing room with a young lady lying on the table. She was on the edge of the table when I saw her.”

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(Jim Conley was tried and convicted for his role as an aider and abettor in the Phagan murder, having carried the murdered girl’s body to the basement at Frank’s order, where possibly Frank wanted her body burned in the basement furnace. Conley received a one-year sentence. Unfortunately for the defense, when it appealed the guilty verdict, a pastor who had claimed he had overheard Conley confess himself to the crime admitted that his statement blaming Conley was false and that he offered the statement because defense attorneys and investigators “were just handing money out.” ).

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Prosecutor Hugh Dorsey (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hugh_M._Dorsey) told the jury that Frank killed not in anger or for money, but to satisfy insatiable lust. He painted Frank as a sexually abnormal man at a time when sexual “acts against nature” were considered among the most heinous crimes imaginable, and implied strongly he was into anal sex and was bisexual, having sex with men as well as women.

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Dorsey also rejected any other issues, such as resentment between Gentiles and Jews and between Blacks and Whites. The Leo Frank legal eagles had overtly played the “race card” and the accusation that if Mary was raped and murdered, it must have been by “a negro.”

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The White jury felt insulted and patronized by this blatant attempt at manipulation. All the jury was well aware of racial tensions in the city of Atlanta. There had been a four-day race riot in 1906, just seven years earlier, with over 10,000 Whites rampaging against what they perceived as a plague of Black rapists coming out of cheap bars, which they called “dives,” to molest White women.

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These dives for Black patrons supposedly featured pictures of attractive White women. Wikipedia claims that between 25 and 40 Blacks were killed and at least two Whites, and Blacks resettled for their safety in the western part of the city. Despite the political correctness of the Wikipedia article here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atlanta_Race_Riot Atlanta was in fact a hotbed of violent crime and of brothels. No political race or newspaper articles by themselves could cause that many White city people to riot. Wikipedia claims that 15,000 White Atlantans joined a new KKK chapter called the Nathan Bedford Forrest Klan No. 1.

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So there was indeed a keen awareness of Black crime and rape, but as the trial showed, there was on the other hand no blind willingness to blame any and all Blacks.

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But despite this reality of Black rape, other crimes and general racial tension, the White jury totally rejected all attempts by the Frank White-shoe lawyers to frame the Black janitor or watchman. In Frank’s four-hour statement, which he insisted on delivering NOT under oath (which perturbed and puzzled the jury), Frank told jurors in stilted language that he was “completely unstrung” by the discovery of the body. He said the sight of “that little girl on the dawn of womanhood so cruelly murdered” was “a scene that would have melted stone.”

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Georgia: The Legal Right to Refuse Oaths and Examination

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Under the Georgia Code, Section 1036, the accused has the right to make an unsworn statement and, furthermore, to refuse to be examined or cross-examined at his trial. Leo Frank took advantage fo this right under Georgia law and made an unsworn statement, which also means he did not allow examination by his own lawyers or the prosecution.

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The law also did not even permit Solicitor General Hugh M. Dorsey or his legal team to orally interpret or comment on this fact, that Leo Frank had decided not to swear under oath to the truth of his statement at his own murder trial.

The prosecution respected this rule, and of course knew it would turn the jury against Frank.

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Leo-Frank-takes-the-standThe jury knew that Leo Frank had had four long months to carefully prepare his statement. So why would he not allow any lawyer to challenge it?

What was perhaps most damaging to Leo Frank s credibility was the fact that every witness at the trial, regardless of whether they were testifying for the defense, Frank, or for the prosecution, the State, had been sworn in, hand on the Bible, and therefore they all had spoken under oath, and had been subject to cross-examination by the other side, by the Leo Frank defense team. Everyone had to face questions or challenges to their statements — except Leo Frank.

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Thus it didn t matter if the law prevented the prosecution from commenting on the fact that Leo Frank had refused cross examination,as was his right under Georgia law, opting instead to make an unsworn statement. The jury saw only that the man did not want to be questioned. Making an unsworn statement and refusing to be examined in one’s own murder trial does not prove a man’s guilty, but it raises a jury’s eyebrows.

 

The South an Honor Bound Society

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The word “verdict” in Latin means “tell the truth.” This was the oath (from Park’s Annotated Code of the State of Georgia, 1914, Volume 6) that a Georgia jury swore:

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This was the Georgia oath sworn by witnesses:

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Could a sworn jury, upholding a sacred duty question Leo Frank s honor and integrity as a result of what Southerners likely perceived as his cowardly decision under Georgia Code, Section 1036? If so, greater weight would naturally be given to those witnesses who were sworn under oath and who contradicted Leo Frank s unsworn alibis, allegations, and claims. It put the case under a new lens of the sworn versus the unsworn.

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The average Southerner in 1913 was naturally asking the question: What White man would make an unsworn statement and not allow himself to be cross-examined at his own murder trial if he were truly innocent? Especially in light of the fact that the South was culturally white separatist and two of the major material witnesses who spoke against Leo Frank were African-Americans, one claiming to be an accomplice after the fact turned accuser. In the Atlanta of 1913, African-Americans were perceived as second class citizens and less reliable than whites in terms of their capacity for telling the truth.

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Today, we might ask: Why wouldn t Leo Frank allow himself to be cross examined when he was trained in the art and science of debating during his high school senior year and all through his years in college, where he earned the rank of Cornell Congress Debate Team coach? (Pratt Institute Monthly, June, 1902; Cornellian, 1902 through 1906; Cornell Senior Class Book, 1906; Cornell University Alumni Dossier File on Leo Frank, retrieved 2012)

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[As an aside, the title “solicitor” is still used by government lawyers at the town, city, and county level in Delaware, Georgia, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, and West Virginia.

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Dorsey was the County DA for Fulton County, where the capital of Georgia, Atlanta, is located.

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He accused the defense attorneys of appealing to racial prejudice to salvage their losing case. He denied that Frank was prosecuted because he was a Jew, observing:

This great people [ = the Jews] rise to heights sublime, but they sink to the depths of degradation, too, and they are amenable to the same laws as you or I and the Black race.

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Later in his argument, Dorsey faced Frank and stated the prosecution s theory of the murder:

You assaulted her, and she resisted. She wouldn t yield. You struck her and you ravished her and she was unconscious……You killed Mary Phagan to save your reputation, because dead people tell no tales.

Concluding, Dorsey said there can be but one verdict and that, he told the jury twelve times between the rings of the bells of a nearby church as it signaled noon, is guilty!

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Newspaper reaction to the brilliant final address by Hugh Dorsey to the Leo Frank Trial Jury

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The following extract from an article in the Atlanta Georgian of August 23, 1913, the second day of Mr. Dorsey s speech, pays glowing tribute to Hugh Dorsey:

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A white-hot philippic, the masterpiece of his career and one of the greatest ever heard in a criminal court in the South, was hurled by Solicitor Hugh M. Dorsey directly at Leo M. Frank Saturday in the final plea of the State, and held a packed courtroom tense and thrilled as the grim tragedy of [Confederate] Memorial Day was unfolded.

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The solicitor was at the height of his eloquence at 1:30 o clock when court adjourned until Monday and he had been speaking over six hours. The case will probably go to the jury before Monday noon. The solicitor was cheered as he left the courthouse.

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On the day after the close of the address the following appeared in The Atlanta Constitution, being the introduction of a half-page report of the solicitor s speech:

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As the big bell in the nearby church tolled the hour of 12 o clock [noon], Solicitor Dorsey concluded his remarkable plea for the conviction of Leo 11. Frank with the dreadful words:

‘Guilty, guilty, guilty!’

It was just at this hour nearly four months ago that little Mary Phagan entered the pencil factory to draw her pittance of $1.20. The tolling of the bell and the dread sound of the words cut like a chill to the hearts of many who shivered involuntarily. It was the conclusion of the most remarkable speech which has ever been delivered in a Fulton County courthouse….”

The Constitution also wrote, on August 24th:

Dorsey’s speech was a masterly argument, with the stamp of genius in every line, and in expression of [its] esteem, Atlanta — or rather a part of Atlanta — did something it never did before. It cheered a solicitor as he came from the courtroom.

Link to the entire document:

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title-page-argument-dorsey I would suggest reading especially from p83 to p86, when Dorsey directly addresses Leo Frank, from the heading “Reserved Mary Phagan’s Pay” to before the heading “Mary Falls in Trap”.

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This is the segment where he mocks Frank for claiming he had no idea who Mary was and makes the case that for many weeks Frank had been getting forward with her, putting his hand on her shoulder, calling her Mary and even, Dorsey suggests, getting the male bookkeeper fired whom he suspected of being sweet on her and protective of Mary. Dorsey says further that Frank would not let a friend pick up Mary’s pay the day before (though a paltry sum) because he wanted her to come in herself, in person, and alone, so he could get her alone in the metal room, so he could have his way with her, and Frank had made a special arranged for Jim Conley to be at work at that time on that Saturday just to be his lookout while he forced himself on her. You can just feel the seething in Hugh Dorsey.

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I swear that just as Dorsey implied to the jury, Leo Frank did fire the bookkeeper Gantt (over $1 “missing”) because he knew Gantt was sweet on Mary Phagan, and Frank did not want her to be protected, escorted, or given good advice when he “made his move” on April 26, 1913. He wanted to absolutely corner her that Saturday. “Let’s go to the metal room, Mary, in this big, empty factory, just you and me, and see if the bands have come in.”

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This was a case of the dragon getting rid of the prince so he could have the princess all to himself.

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This just adds to the heinous craftiness of Frank. After all, for a bookkeeper, such as Gantt, to be fired for missing money was a serious black mark on his career, but for Frank, hey, Gantt was just another goy….

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(Hugh Dorsey went on to further glory, becoming the two-term governor of the State of Georgia — 1917-21 — and a superior court judge in Atlanta 1935-48, when he died. His only political loss, ironically, was to Tom Watson for US Senate in 1921.)

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The jury, balloting twice, deliberated less than two hours. Asked by Judge Roan whether the jury had reached a verdict, jury foreman Fred Wilburn replied:

We have, your honor.

We have found the defendant guilty.

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People leaving the courtroom were greeted by an astonishing spectacle. For blocks around, cheering people filled the streets of Atlanta. Dorsey was hoisted up by three powerful White men on their shoulders and carried through the crowd. (Seen statewide as a hero, he later became a two-term governor of Georgia –fighting to improve public education and avoid the lynchings of Blacks — and later was a superior court judge.)

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The next day, Judge Roan pronounced sentence. He ordered that on October 10, 1913, Leo Frank be hanged by the neck until he shall be dead.” .

The Leo Frank case is also a way to show that White men can take action, even with a revolver and a rope, when justice is repeatedly denied them.

.atlanta-constitution-frank-taken-from-prison Among the lynchers:

      • Joseph Mackey Brown, (photo) governor of Georgia 1909-1911 and 1912 to 1913
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      • Emmet Burton, police officer
      • Eugene Herbert Clay, former mayor of Marietta, son of Senator Alexander S. Clay
      • E.P. Dobbs, mayor of Marietta at the time
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      • Map of Atlanta, Georgia with Marietta to its NW, up Interstate highway I-75 (I lived in nearby Norcross in 1990-1991)
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      • William J. Frey, former Cobb County sheriff
      • George Hicks, Cobb County deputy sheriff
      • William McKinney, Cobb County deputy sheriff
      • Newton Augustus Morris, Newton Augustus Morris (1869-1941) was, according to his obituary in the Marietta Daily Journal, a leader in the Democratic party in Georgia. He served in the Georgia House of Representatives from 1898 to 1904, during which time he was speaker pro tem (1900-1901) and then Speaker (1902-1904), and then twice was a superior court judge of the Blue Ridge Circuit[
      • Newton Mayes Morris, in charge of the Cobb County chain gang
      • Fred Morris, general assemblyman who later organized Marietta’s first Boy Scout troop
      • George Swanson (photo), Cobb County sheriff 1914-1925
      • John Augustus Benson, merchant
      • D.R. Benton, Mary Phagan’s uncle
      • “Yellow Jacket” Brown, electrician
      • Bolan Glover Brumby, manufacturer, owner of the Marietta Chair Company
      • Jim Brumby, garage owner who serviced the cars
      • Luther Burton, coal yard operator
      • George Exie Daniell, merchant
      • Cicero Holton Dobbs, taxi driver
      • John Tucker Dorsey, who later served as the Circuit’s district attorney
      • C.D. Elder, M.D., physician
      • Gordon Baxter Gann, lawyer, later mayor of Marietta and a state legislator
      • Robert A. Hill, banker who helped fund the group
      • Horace Hamby, farmer
      • Lawrence Haney, farmer
      • Ralph Molden Manning, contractor
      • L.B. Robeson, railroad freight agent who provided a car
      • Moultrie McKinney Sessions, lawyer and banker, part of the Marietta delegation at Governor Slaton’s clemency hearing
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. http://archive.org/details/TheMurderOfMaryPhaganByLeoFrankIn1913 This is a summary of the 1989 book by Mary Phagan Kean, the grand-niece of the victim, entitled Leo Frank and the Murder of Little Mary Phagan, dealing with the murder of her great-aunt by Leo Frank, his trial and the evidence.

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(One can see the almost uncanny family resemblance, especially if little Mary Ann had grown up to middle age.)

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Notes: This book is the best attempt of all the books on the subject at creating an even-handed review of all the remaining documents on the trial and conviction of Leo Max Frank.

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‘The Murder of Little Mary Phagan’ was written by Mary Phagan Kean, born June 5, 1953. Publisher: New Horizon Press (September 15, 1989). To download this insightful book in Adobe Acrobat PDF format, click here: http://archive.org/download/TheMurderOfMaryPhaganByLeoFrankIn1913/murder-of-little-mary-phagan-leo-frank.pdf

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The Murder of Little Mary Phagan by Mary Phagan-Kean is an exceptional biography, detailing the most infamous criminal case in the annals of early 20th century Southern legal history. What makes this book so unique is it provides an intimate view of the Frank-Phagan case from the grandniece herself of blue-eyed little Mary Anne Phagan, the victim.

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Mary Ann Phagan was born on Thursday, June 1, 1899, and was raped with some unknown object, slammed against a lathe and strangled to death on Saturday, April 26, 1913 by her Jewish boss, Leo Max Frank. Frank was a pencil factory manager in Atlanta, a Cornell engineering graduate, the husband of one of the major d butantes in Jewish Atlanta, and a high official of the major Jewish organization, B’nai B’rith (in Hebrew, “Sons of the Covenant”), and the president of its Georgia branch.

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To this day, Jewish organizations lie that Frank was innocent and a victim of antisemitism. The most they could get to reverse the guilty verdict of history and many courtooms was to get a pardon in 1986, not an overturning of the guilty verdict. A pardon means just what it says, “guilty but forgiven.” And forgiven only because he was lynched…. which was considered “unfair” because it prevented him from further (and futile) appeals of his life sentence. This is the most even-handed book ever written about this Jewish-Gentile conflict and its contentious aftermath over the last hundred years.

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Sunday, April 27, 1913 at 3:24 a.m. After Ol’ Newt Lee, the “negro” National Pencil Company night watchman, punched the time clock in Leo Frank’s second floor business office at 3:01 o’clock a.m., he went down to the basement for the purpose of using the racially segregated Negro toilet.

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Newt Lee on the witness stand, on the right

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National Pencil Company, 37-41 South Forsyth Street, Atlanta, Georgia in 1913

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The Sam Nunn Federal Building is located here today. The pencil factory closed in 1915 due to the scandal. The Jew’s team of pricey lawyers tried to frame two innocent Blacks for Frank’s murder, presuming that all Southerners were easily manipulable bigots, thus insulting the jury.

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When Lee completed his business and went to check the back door of the cellar service ramp, something out of the ordinary appeared faintly in the darkness. As he held his smoky lantern closer, it appeared to be a dead child, who had been horribly mauled.

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From the autopsy: (http://www.leofrank.org/mary-phagan-autopsy/) by F. H., Harris, MD., performed Monday, May 5, 1913, and testified under oath at the Leo Frank murder trial on Friday, August 1, 1913.

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I made an examination of the privates of Mary Phagan. I found no spermatozoa. On the walls of the vagina there was evidences of violence of some kind. The epithelium was pulled loose, completely detached in places, blood vessels were dilated immediately beneath the surface and a great deal of hemorrhage in the surrounding tissues. The dilation of the blood vessels indicated to me that the injury had been made in the vagina some little time before death. Perhaps ten to fifteen minutes. It had occurred before death by reason of the fact that these blood vessels were dilated. Inflammation had set in and it takes an appreciable length of time for the process of inflammatory change to begin. There was evidence of violence in the neighborhood of the hymen.

[WARNING: GRIM DETAIL ………………………. It appears, and this is extremely unpleasant, that the fiend penetrated her dry vagina with his finger (or some other smooth object such as a broomstick, which left no splinters) to cause trauma and pain. The fact that there was “a great deal of hemorrhage” strongly indicates she was alive when this happened and had been knocked unconscious or was dazed. At death, the heart of course ceases to pump and blood pressure drops drastically, resulting in little blood flow. This supports the belief that Mary Ann fought off her attacker vigorously until her head was smashed against the lathe. Then she was further violated while alive….. :-( ]

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In 1913 the NPC had more than 170 employees, more girls than boys according to Leo Frank (State s Exhibit B, April 28, 1913). Most of the laborers at the NPCo were pre-teen and teenaged children who worked 10 hour shifts 5 days week and a half day on Saturday, toiling for mere pennies an hour.

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Lee rapidly climbed two flights to call his superintendent Leo Frank, but after eight minutes of trying, no one answered, so Newt called the Atlanta police. The grisly discovery launched an investigation that began precisely at 3:24 AM on Sunday, April 27, 1913, when the graveyard shift call-officer, W.F. Anderson, was notified by a telephone from a frantic Black man about the discovery. A squad car filled with officers was immediately dispatched.

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What happened next was revealed at the Leo Frank trial three months later, as first responders described in details the nitty-gritty of what occurred between 3:24 a.m. and sunrise.

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At dawn, after the police had failed to reach Leo Frank by phone all night long, they finally got through to him at 7:00 am and rushed over to his residence to take him directly to the morgue to have him identify the dead body. After Leo Frank claimed to be unsure about the identity of the dead girl, police officers took him to his second-floor office at the National Pencil Company in an effort to pinpoint the exact time of Phagan’s arrival.

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Saturday, April 26, 1913 at 12:03 o’clock p.m. Inside Leo Frank’s business office, he opened up his payroll ledger and told the Atlanta police that Mary Phagan had arrived at about 12:03 p.m. on Saturday, April 26, 1913, had asked for her pay and then left.

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Monday, April 28, 1913 at 9:00 a.m. The next day, Monday morning, April 28, 1913, Leo Frank would change the time of Phagan’s arrival in his office to between, “12:05 to 12:10 p.m., maybe 12:07 p.m.” (State’s Exhibit B, Leo Frank Trial Brief of Evidence, 1913. Leo Frank was arrested on suspicion, Tuesday, April 29th at 11:35 o’clock a.m. This was his last day of freedom. Two days after Frank’s arrest, on Thursday, May 1st, 1913 Jim Conley, the Black janitor at the pencil factory, was arrested .

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Milestone in the Mary Phagan Murder Investigation

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Something very interesting happened a few days later, on Saturday, May 3, one week after the murder. and it became a major breakthrough. Detectives stumbled upon one of the child employees who had once worked at the National Pencil Company (NPC). Inside the business office that Leo Frank had used, they discovered a young girl named Monteen Stover, who was there to collect her pay envelope for a second time. This time she was accompanied by her incensed stepmother, having failed a week earlier (on the day of the murder, which also happened to be Confederate Memorial Day) to find anyone to hand it to her get it when she arrived alone at the factory at five minutes past noon.

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miss-monteen-stover-leo-frank When Atlanta police thoroughly questioned Monteen Stover, she revealed something rather curious. Stover told them that when she arrived at the NPC exactly one week earlier and made her first attempt to get her wages, Leo Frank was not in his office — as he normally was in the past — at the normal payday time of noon. More chronologically specific, Stover said Leo Frank’s office was empty when she waited, inside it, from 12:05 p.m. to 12:10 pm. .

This was earth-shattering for Frank, because on Monday, April 28, two days after the crime, Leo Frank had made an unsworn deposition in the presence of his elite attorneys to a room full of Atlanta police detectives (taken down by a stenographer) in which Frank precisely stated, differing from Monteen Stover, that he was in his office, and that he was alone with Mary Phagan, between 12:05 p.m. and 12:10 p.m. (State’s Exhibit B).

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Even more significant is that Leo Frank told the police on Sunday, April 27, 1913, not only that Mary Phagan had come to his office at 12:03 p.m., but that he had not left his office until 12:45 p.m. So why had Monteen testified she found the office empty? Where was Leo? Why was he not in his office on payday? What was he doing?

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Sunday, May 4, 1913, The Moment of Truth.

Without Leo Frank knowing the police had discovered and questioned 14-year old Monteen Stover, Atlanta PD detective John R. Black and Pinkerton Detective Harry Scott approached Leo Frank in his jail cell on Sunday, May 4, and asked him again if he had been in his office every minute on Saturday, April 26, from noon to 12:45 p.m. and Leo Frank responded with “yes.” The officers then took a different angle and asked Leo Frank if he had been in his office every minute on Saturday, April 26, from just noon to 12:30 p.m., a shorter period, and Leo Frank again responded with “yes.” It was thus on the eighth day after the murder of Mary Phagan that the police discovered a major discrepancy in Leo Frank’s murder alibi. (“Alibi” is Latin for “somewhere else.”) Leo Frank stubbornly would maintain up until his trial (when he changed his story!!!) that he had not budged from his office for even one minute between noon and 12:45 p.m. — the time of the murder — at which time he climbed the stairs from the second to the fourth floor in order to inform two employees that he was leaving the building for dinner, as a more formal age designated a hot lunch..

For the police, 14-year old Monteen Stover had just unintentionally shattered the murder alibi of Leo Frank, but they would have to wait three and a half months, until the trial, to see how Leo Frank would account for this contradiction at his trial. That is how long Leo Frank maintained that he had never left his office, but then — at the trial — something electrifying happened.

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Leo Frank Murder Trial, August 18, 1913 At his murder trial, Leo Frank had to address why Monteen said his office was empty at the exact time he claimed that he and Phagan were in there together with no Monteen. Frank suddenly changed his original murder alibi, after maintaining it for over 100 days, for the time between 12:05 p.m and 12:10 p.m., and in doing so he revealed who killed Mary Phagan. What is very interesting and seldom talked about is that Leo Frank made a statement to the court that essentially amounted to a murder confession. Leo Frank essentially admitted to murdering Mary Phagan at his trial when he mounted the witness stand and told the jury he might have “unconsciously” gone to the bathroom in the metal room during the time Monteen Stover waited in his empty office from 12:05 to 12:10, April 26, 1913.

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He formerly told the police Mary Phagan was with him in his office during this exact time. The State of Georgia’s prosecution built its case around the theory Leo Frank murdered Mary Phagan in the metal room between 12:05 p.m. and 12:10 p.m. It was a shocking metal-room admission coming from Leo Frank who denied knowing his employee Mary Phagan, but had been her boss for one while year (spring of 1912 to spring of 1913) and passed by her work station each day on his way to the bathroom in the metal room.

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==============JIM CONLEY IS NOT THE KEY TO THE TRUTH; LEO FRANK HIMSELF AND HIS FRIENDLY WITNESS MONTEEN STOVER ARE THE KEY WITNESSES

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The J-Team ;-) (all the Jews involved, including Leo Frank himself) deliberately point the finger at Jim Conley, because he was no angel; he had been in jail and he was a lowlife. But this is strategic diversion. Leo Frank and Monteen Stover, a female employee who, ironically, was a witness favorable to Frank, gave the key evidence that convicted the man — NOT JIM CONLEY.

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On Sunday, April 27, 1913, the first day after the murder, Leo Frank told Atlanta Police that Mary Phagan had entered his office at 12:03 p.m. on April 26, 1913. Leo Frank swore to the Atlanta Police on May 4, 1913, to Coroner Paul Donehoo on May 5 & 8, 1913, and also to his own Pinkerton Detective Harry Scott, that he had never left his business office when he was alone with Mary Phagan on April 26, 1913. (State’s Exhibit B, Monday April 28, 1913)

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In Leo Frank’s May 4 deposition, he merely changed 12:03 p.m, to between “12:05 p.m and 12:10 p.m., maybe 12:07 p.m.”, but he was caught in a contradiction when for the first time Atlanta PD detectives interviewed pencil factory employee Monteen Stover, an interrogation which had just taken place on the previous day, Saturday May 3, 1913.

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Stover claimed Leo Frank’s office was empty between 12:05 p.m. and 12:10 p.m. — based on the clock she was looking at as she cooled her heels in Leo Frank’s office waiting to collect her wages. The defense never tried to impeach (attack the honesty or accuracy of) Monteen Stover, because Leo Frank’s accounting books revealed Stover was indeed owed her wages at the normal payoff time of noon on April 26, 1913. She was there because she was supposed to be there — it was PAYDAY.

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But when it came to be time for the trial itself, seated on the witness stand on Monday afternoon, August 18, 1913, almost four months LATER, Leo Frank made an admission that amounted to a murder confession. In effect, Leo Frank destroyed his own alibi. (“Alibi” in Latin means “elsewhere” and signifies “I was not at the scene of the crime when it happened; instead, I was at this other place.) In his own statement to the jury, after four months of lies, Leo Frank finally answered the question everyone wanted to know:

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Why did Monteen Stover find your office empty between 12:05 p.m. and 12:10 p.m. on April 26, 1913, because that is exactly when Mary Phagan was killed in the metal room, down on the same floor as your office.

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By what Frank then said, Leo Frank himself solved the Mary Phagan murder mystery and put the noose around his own neck. And now the exact words of the killer, who maybe had an unconscious death wish and self-loathing, wanting deep-down to be punished:

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Now, gentlemen [of the jury], to the best of my recollection from the time the whistle blew for twelve o’clock [noon on April 26, 1913] until after a quarter to one [12:46 p.m.] when I went up stairs [to the fourth floor] and spoke to Arthur White and Harry Denham, to the best of my recollection, I did not stir out of the inner office [located at the front of the second floor]; but it is possible that in order to answer a call of nature or to urinate I may have gone to the toilet [at the rear of the second floor in the metal room]. Those are things that a man does unconsciously and cannot tell how many times nor when he does it. (Leo Frank Trial Statement, August 18, Brief of Evidence, 1913, p 186).

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So he was in the bathroom next to the metal room where Mary was — and when she was murdered! Diagram of the back end of the second floor, showing the men’s bathroom (upper right) next to the metal room (lower right)

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This was doubly amazing because weeks earlier Leo Frank had emphatically told the seven-man panel led by Coroner Paul Donehoo at the Coroner’s Inquest that he (Leo Frank) had not used the bathroom all day long not that he (Leo Frank) had forgotten whether he had goen or not, but that he KNEW he had NOT gone to the bathroom AT ALL. Coroner Paul Donehoo with his highly-refined B.S. detector — was incredulous, as might be expected. Who doesn t use the bathroom all day long? It was as if Leo Frank was mentally, physically, crudely and laughably, trying to keep himself away from that bathroom where Jim Conley found the body.

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Furthermore, Leo Frank had told detective Harry Scott witnessed by a police officer named Black that he (Leo Frank) was in his office every minute from noon to half past noon, and in State s Exhibit B (Frank s stenographed statement to the police), Leo Frank never mentions a bathroom visit all day. And now he had reversed himself!

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Why would Leo Max Frank make such a startling admission, after spending months trying to distance himself from that part of the building at that precise time? That is a difficult question to answer, but there are clues:

1) The testimony of Monteen Stover (who liked Frank and who was actually a supportive character witness for him) that Frank was missing from his office for those crucial five minutes was convincing. Few could believe that Stover looking to pick up her paycheck, and waiting five minutes in the office for an opportunity to do so would have been satisfied with a cursory glance at the room and therefore somehow missed Frank “behind the open safe door” as Frank had ridiculously alleged.

2) The evidence of all Frank’s behavior suggests that Frank did not always make rational decisions when under stress, but instead became nervous, jumpy and highly impractical.

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Leo Frank would again confirm his astonishing trial statement that destroyed his alibi — the claim he never left his office when Mary Phagan was alone with him between 12:05 p.m. and 12:10 p.m. — in an authorized jail-house interview published in the March 9, 1914, Atlanta Constitution (Volume XLVL – Number 267). Beginning on the front page titled, ‘Leo Frank Answers Questions Bearing On Points Made Against Him’, ‘Stated That He Was Willing to Reply to Any Questions That Might Be in the Mind of the Public’, and ‘Asked to Answer Any Such That Might Be Propounded to Him.’ “Ask me any questions you wish.” Leo Frank told the reporter. The reporter brought forth 17 questions the public seemed most interested in asking Leo Frank and of these, Question segment #9 was the single most critical, because Monteen Stover’s testimony set off a chain reaction that had already resulted almost seven months earlier in Leo Frank revealing the solution to the Mary Phagan murder mystery during his own trial, in his statement to the jury of Monday, August 18, 1913. Questions Segment #9:

Did you not at one time say you were not out of your office at 12:05 o’clock? Did not Monteen Stover say she was there at the time and you were not in? Did you not then change your statement? If so, What is your explanation?

Leo Frank’s answer to these questions, May 9, 1914, Atlanta Constitution:

“I said I was not out of my office at 12:05. I always contended that and I still assert it. I never changed. I may have stepped to the toilet for a minute or two, but one couldn’t remember such an occurrence.” (page 10).

Leo Frank’s newspaper published response in 1914 was again significant, because Jim Conley had testified at the trial on August 4, 1913, finding Mary Phagan dead in the metal room adjacent to the door of the bathroom in the metal room after Leo Frank confessed to assaulting her, because she wouldn’t have sex with him..

Employees of the factory — both defense and prosecution witnesses — testified to finding a conspicuous blood stain adjacent to the bathroom door in the metal room.

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Robert P. Barret — employee of the metal room — discovered hair with blood on it tangled around the solid iron handle of his work station’s bench lathe in the metal room. Detective Harry Scott testified Leo Frank told him that when Mary Phagan inquired if the metal had arrived yet, Leo Frank responded with, “I don’t know”, so the natural common sense response is “Let’s find out!”

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The metal was stored in a closet in the metal room near the metal room’s bathroom. The Mary Phagan Autopsy Report revealed the scratches on Mary Phagan’s face caused by dragging did not bleed, indicating that Mary Phagan was already quite dead when she was dragged from the elevator shaft in the cellar to the rear.

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The murder notes found next to Mary Phagan’s dead body, have her going to “make water” in the metal room bathroom, because there was no bathroom accessible on the first floor and the bathroom in the pitch dark basement was segregated for “Negroes Only”.

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Thus everything kept pointing to one fact:

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Mary Phagan was murdered in the metal room.

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Now it all came together for the jury: Le Frank could not be alone with Mary Phagan in his office between 12:05 p.m. and 12:10 p.m. and also in the metal room at the exact same time.

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How many times in the history of the United States has the defendant in a murder trial, after four months of putting out one story, go up onto the witness stand and change his alibi? By admitting on the witness stand that he was at the scene of the crime when it happened, the jury could only see that as his confession to murder! SO MUCH FOR THE “BRILLIANT” JEW!

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Thus no matter what the Jews say in cunningly obsessing on the lowlife Jim Conley, the man who put Leo Frank’s neck in the noose was LEO FRANK at his own trial.

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And he confirmed his guilt by an interview he granted seven months later to the Atlanta Constitution. (See below.) This is why every appeal the Frank legal team made was rejected, right up to the US Supreme Court!

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Unique Trial Analysis

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Mary Phagan Kean, the great-niece, offers a uniquely neutral analysis of the month-long capital murder trial of Leo Frank, which began on July 28, and led to his August 25, 1913, murder conviction after only two hours of jury deliberation. The decision, rendered by 12 White jurors, also included a recommendation to the presiding judge that Leo Frank suffer death as his punishment. Both the conviction and sentencing recommendation of the jury were confirmed the next day by the presiding Judge, the Honorable Leonard Strickland Roan, on Tuesday morning, August 26, 1913. Judge Leonard S. Roan sentenced Leo Frank to death by hanging as prescribed by the law. The execution date was first scheduled for October 10, 1913, but appeals by Frank and his legal team set the execution date back repeatedly for two more long years. Leo Frank’s appeals ran from August 1913 to April 1915, all rejected by higher courts.

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The commutation by Georgia governor John M. Slaton of his death sentence on June 21, 1915 into life in prison caused instant outrage, for the case had never left public attention, and many suspected the commutation would be just the first stage before an eventual pardon “after things died down.” This is why a mob of 1,200 angry citizens marched on the governor’s mansion, finally quelled and dispersed only by by the local militia.

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Leonard Dinnerstein predictably wrote a (widely-derided) book (http://www.amazon.com/Leo-Frank-Case-Leonard-Dinnerstein/dp/0820331791) to exculpate Frank, revealing his own neanderthalic genes and clannish, tribal mentality (http://johndenugent.com/solutreanism/jews/neanderthals-and-semites)

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I wrote a review of this book for Amazon, stating (as found here: http://www.amazon.com/The-Frank-Case-Leonard-Dinnerstein/product-reviews/0820331791/ref=cm_cr_dp_see_all_btm?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1&sortBy=bySubmissionDateDescending) :

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This book is erudite double-talk that avoids the massive evidence of Frank’s guilt, which convinced 1) a 21-member grand jury with four Jewish members, which unanimously indicted him, 2) a district court jury, 3) the Georgia Superior Court, 4) the Georgia Supreme Court, the 5) Federal District Court and 6) the United States Supreme Court.

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Why did Leonard Dinnerstein only spend one page of his 280-pager on Leo Frank’s four-hour peroration to the jury that occurred on August 18, 1913, which proved the turning point in the case, changing suspicion of Frank into certainty of his guilt?

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The “lynchers” of said Frank were not tobacco-spitting rednecks but an outraged former governor, the Speaker of the House of Representatives of Georgia, sheriffs, deputy sheriffs, police, judges and leading businessmen, bankers, lawyers and clergy.

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In stark contrast, the governor, John Slaton, who commuted Frank’s death sentence in 1915, was a partner in the law firm that had represented Frank, a staggering conflict of interest!

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Outrageously, the Frank defense team played the race card to the transparent hilt, blaming two perfectly innocent Blacks to the all-White jury for the rape-murder, calling the Black janitor Conley “a plain, beastly, drunken, filthy, lying n—-r…fired with lust.” The NY Times under publisher and synagogue member Adolf Ochs also joined in, trying to frame Conley, labeling him, quote, “a drunken, lowlived, utterly worthless…Black human animal.”

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Leo Frank reversed himself on the stand and admitted that he was in the bathroom when and where Mary Ann Phagan was murdered. And numerous employees testified to his severe sexual harassment of female employees prior to the crime. Lucille Frank told her own cook that Leo Frank had confessed the murder to her and had asked for a pistol to shoot himself. She refused to visit him for two weeks after his arrest, and ensured by will that she was not buried next to her supposedly innocent husband up in Queens, NY, the martyred victim of antisemitism, but instead was cremated and interred in Georgia.

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But hey, what does a wife know about her husband? Or maybe Lucille Frank, n e Lucille Selig-Cohen, whose grandfather founded the Atlanta synagogue, was “antisemitic”?

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As for Leo Frank, he was shipped off by train the next day, on June 22, 1915, to the Milledgeville State Penitentiary, located some 170 miles south of Atlanta.

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The Shanking of Leo Frank About one month later, Leo Frank was attacked in prison while sleeping and had the left side of his throat slashed at 11:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 17, 1915. The shanking was committed by a fellow inmate named William Creen. Leo Frank barely survived the attack.

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The master-race jew found himself in with the other lowlifes in this open prison barracks. His cot is marked by an “x” lower-left. Even the vilest scoundrels in prison look down on a man who has murdered a child. His karma was catching up to him.

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The Lynching of Leo Max Frank On August 16, 1915, Leo Frank was abducted from prison in a military commando style raid, by some of the most prominent citizens in the State of Georgia, driven for 8 hours northwest to the edge of Marietta and lynched at sunrise on August 17, 1913. The site of Leo Frank’s lynching was former Sheriff Frey’s cotton gin (now at 1200 Roswell Road, Marietta, Georgia).

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The Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith Nearly 70 years after the lynching of Leo Frank, the organized Jewish community applied political pressure and backroom dealing involving the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) of B’nai B’rith, individual Jews and Jewish groups, resulting in a highly political posthumous pardon without criminal exoneration for Leo Frank on Tuesday, March 11, 1986.

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The Leo Frank case continues to capture the imagination of the public, now more than ever as 100 years has passed since the celebrated conviction of Leo Frank. Brief Biography of Leo Frank (1884 to 1915) Leo Max Frank was born in Cuero, in southern Texas (known as the “turkey capital of the world”/http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuero,_Texas), on Thursday, April 17, 1884 to a local postmaster, Rudolph Frank, a Jew who had immigrated from Germany in 1869, and to Rachel Frank, a native New Yorker from Brooklyn. The Frank family moved three months after Leo’s birth back north to Brooklyn, where Leo was raised and educated in the NYC public school system. After completing college prep work at the Pratt Institute High School of Brooklyn (1898 – 1902)…

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….Leo Frank matriculated into the Ivy League university of Cornell in Ithaca, NY. At Cornell, a strong science and engineering school, in the fall of 1902, Leo Frank majored in mechanical engineering and became very active in several college groups.

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Sage chapel at Cornell where Ezra Cornell, who founded the school in 1865, is buried.

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1905 During the summer break of 1905, between his Junior and Senior year at college, Leo Frank went with his wealthy uncle Moses Frank on a sojourn to Europe, spending the summer traveling extensively and visiting with extended family. 1906 In the fall of 1905, Leo Frank began his senior year of college. And after successfully graduating in June, 1906 with his degree in mechanical engineering, Leo Frank bounced around from one job to another, including Hyde Park Massachusetts, until he visited Atlanta, Georgia, in October of 1907, and met again with his rich uncle Moses Frank and a delegation of Jewish Southerners, such as Sigmund Montag. There they discussed a potentially lucrative business venture in the manufacture of pencils.

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After visiting Atlanta for two weeks, Leo Frank made the very serious life-changing decision, and decided he wanted to participate in his wealthy uncle’s manufacturing venture.

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To fulfill this promise, Leo Frank would again go on another sojourn overseas to Europe, this time to study with the world-renowned Eberhard-Faber in Germany. (The American branch began making pencils in NYC in 1861, exactly where the UN building stands today. The ADL headquarters is across the street.) Mary Ann Phagan ran the machine that put a metal sleeve around the wooden pencil so an eraser could be inserted.

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Leo Frank left NYC on November 7, 1907, ocean-bound for Europe. Once Leo Frank arrived in Bavaria he began diligently studying the pencil manufacturing process. After his nine-month engineering apprenticeship was completed, Leo Frank returned to NYC on August 1, 1908 aboard the USS Amerika, and then briefly stopped at his home in Brooklyn to visit his family (Rudolph, Rachel and sister Marian) for a few days.

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Built in Belfast, now “northern” Ireland, in 1905, this ocean liner warned the Titanic in vain in April 1912, three hours before her disaster, about icebergs.

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On August 4, 1908, Leo Frank embarked on a southbound train from Penn Station in Manhattan with his over-sized weathered leather luggage and relocated to the capital of Georgia.

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Frank arrived at Terminal Station in Atlanta on August 6, 1908, starting a new life in “the Heart of the South.” On Monday morning, August 10th, 1908, Leo Frank started work as Superintendent of the National Pencil Company, located at 37 to 41 South Forsyth Street in downtown Atlanta.

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1910, Leo Frank Marries Lucille Selig .

Two years later, on November 30, 1910, Leo Frank married into an upper middle class German-Jewish family (Cohen-Selig), an established Southern family whose ancestors had founded the first synagogue in Atlanta two generations prior. Leo Frank was a rising star, becoming very actively involved with Jewish philanthropy and Atlanta’s upper-crust society life in the South. Even though Frank was born in Texas, he was raised in NYC and was considered a red-blooded “Yankee” by Southern standards and certainyl by his accent.

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Yet he assimilated quickly and was elected B’nai B’rith President of the Gate City Lodge, founded in 1870 in Atlanta, in September of 1912 by the 500-member Jewish fraternal order.

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(And oddly enough, the convicted child-rapist-murderer was unanimously re-elected again in 1913, less than a month after his murder conviction. B’nai B’rith was so strongly united behind Leo Frank, that they founded the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith on his behalf in October of 1913.)

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By 1913, with nearly 5 years of hands-on experience in pencil manufacturing, Leo Frank had reached the pinnacle of his career, running the factory as not only general superintendent, but also part owner through the acquisition of company shares. His high rank and partial ownership enabled him to receive $100 a month as a courtesy while he was imprisoned.

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1913 The National Pencil Co. headquarters was located on 37 to 41 South Forsyth Street, near the corner of Hunter Street.

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It was there that thirteen-year-old Mary Phagan, an employee of Leo Frank, had begun working in the early spring of 1912, or about a little more than a year (13 months) before she was murdered. Mary Phagan worked 150 feet down the hall from Leo Frank’s office on the 2nd floor, where she participated in the final and finishing production stages of the pencil manufacturing process.

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Mary Phagan worked in the metal department, known colloquially by factory employees as the “metal room”, in a section called the tipping department adjacent to the only set of bathrooms on the second floor. Using a knurling machine, Phagan’s job involved inserting rubber erasers into the paper-thin brass metal tubes that were partially attached around the ends of pencil stock. Her final paycheck for for $1.20, about $120 today …. for 55 hours of work ($2.50 an hour).

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A letter Frank wrote to his uncle the very day he murdered Mary Ann Phagan

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The ONLY Bathroom on the Second Floor was Located Inside the Metal Room

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An important detail rarely mentioned about the “metal room”, where Mary Phagan worked, contained within it, the only bathroom on the second floor – which became a critical element of the solution to her murder. Moreover, Mary Phagan’s work station was next to the bathroom door and Leo Frank would pass immediately by her everyday when he needed to use the toilet, which was likely quite often, given that Leo Frank was known for drinking copious amounts of Black coffee every day.

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Forensic Evidence Discovered, Monday, April 28, 1913

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It was in said metal room where an unusual five-inch-wide blood stain, crowned with spatter droplets, was found on the floor adjacent to the bathroom entry way, and red hair soaked with blood that had dried was found tangled around the solid iron handle of a lathe in the same room.

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These forensic discoveries in the metal room were initially made Monday morning, at 6:35 AM, on April 28, 1913, when an early-bird employee named Robert P. Barret arrived to start the fresh work week after the Confederate Memorial weekend festivities. (This holiday across the South, began in 1866 and still celebrated in nine states today, gave rise two years later — 1868 — to the current federal Memorial Day holiday.)

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Stone Mountain, Georgia outside Atlanta, commemorates Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson

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As Barret’s hand reached for the handle of his lathe, his fingers became entangled with red hair which had not been there when he had left his work station on Friday evening, April 25, at 6:00 o’clock p.m. Word of Mary Phagan’s death had already reached all of Atlanta, when a newspaper “extra” edition, published by the Atlanta Constitution at the behest of star reporter Britt Craig, was released on Sunday, April 27, 1913, just hours after the normal Sunday morning edition already appeared.

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Britt Craig

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Once the word got out about the discovery of hair and blood forensic evidence in the metal room, word traveled like wildfire around the factory, employees erupted into emotional hysterics, flocked to the metal room, and gawked at the unusual blood stains on the floor and the hank of 6 to 8 strands of red hair suspended from the handle of the bench lathe. A number of employees immediately recognized the hair as distinctly being that of Mary Phagan and testified to that effect at the Leo Frank trial.

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John Kennedy, Irish-American like Miss Phagan, and also murdered by a Jew, Lyndon Baines Johnson, likewise had auburn hair.

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A White powder known as haskolene — used as a machine lubricant — was found suspiciously smeared and rubbed into the fresh blood stains on the metal room floor.

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What was so significant about the location of the blood stains is that they were conspicuously located in front of the girls’ dressing room and next to the bathroom door, adjacent to where Phagan’s workstation was located.

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The powder smearing appeared to be an attempt to cover up the evidence on the floor, but the blood bled through the white powder, turning the dark red stains into variations of white, pink and red. The blood stain also had a star-burst spatter pattern behind it, indicating just how hard the poor girl had hit the floor. :-(

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Botched Crime-Scene Clean-up

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The poorly conducted “clean-up job” gave the appearance of a failed attempt at obscuring the blood stains. This stained area of the floor was found by Jim Conley, at the behest of Leo Frank, during the noon hour of April 26, 1913. Frank’s legal eagles, for “sheeny gold,” would try to frame the innocent Black man Conley for the murder, figuring a White Southern jury perhaps could be manipulated into believing a Black man did it.

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Little Mary Phagan’s Life (1899 – 1913)

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The 55-hour work week Mary Phagan performed at the pencil factory was her small way of helping support her five siblings and widowed mother. Mrs. Phagan remarried to a cotton-mill worker named John William Coleman in 1912. Mary Phagan’s stepfather had known Mary and her family quite well for about 4 years, before marrying into the Phagan family.

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Mr. Coleman, the stepfather, positively identified the hair found on the lathe machine as belonging to Mary Phagan, as did several other employees who worked in the metal room.

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Temporarily Layoff

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During the week before Phagan’s murder, a shortage of brass sheet metal at the factory had led to a reduction in her work hours and she was temporarily laid off by Leo Frank on Monday, April 21, 1913, until the supplies could be replenished. Phagan’s wages for the shortened work week came to just $1.20, for the 16 hours she had worked the previous Friday, April 18, (10 hours), and Saturday, April 19, (6 hours) prior to her being laid off on Monday, April 21, and then murdered on Saturday, April 26, 1913, Confederate Memorial Day, a state legal holiday. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Confederate_Memorial_Day)

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Procession to a Confederate Cemetery in the South in 1900

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The First 48 Hours of the Mary Phagan Murder Investigation

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George W. Epps made statements on Monday afternoon on April 28, 1913, providing troubling information to Atlanta police, stating that Mary had told him in confidence that Leo Frank scared her, and he often made lascivious sexual innuendos and inappropriate insinuations toward her. Epps said Leo Frank was “after her” in local parlance, that Frank would stare at her strongly, wink and then smile. Phagan allegedly suggested to Epps she was growing ever more scared of her superintendent.

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According to George W. Epps, Mary Phagan told him specifically that Leo Frank would sometimes run up in front of her, thus ostensibly blocking her way when she was trying to leave work, and during the work day he would pester her, get a little bit too close for comfort, touch her shoulders and stare at her lecherously and then smile.

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According to the unabridged Leo Frank Georgia Supreme Court Case file, George Epps, after the Leo Frank murder trial concluded, got kidnapped and ensnared in a witness-tampering scandal by Leo Frank’s legal defense team (Georgia Supreme Court Records, 1913, 1914).

George W. Epps was lured to Alabama with the promise of a job and then coerced into signing a false affidavit under duress. After George Epps was freed by his kidnappers, he later signed a true affidavit, describing the intimate details, moment by moment, of his being abducted and taken all the way to Alabama.

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The true affidavit described in details the dishonest trickery that unraveled when Epps was forced to sign a pre-written affidavit that was filled with lies and recantations.

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In The First 24 Hours of the Mary Phagan Murder, Sunday, April 27, 1913

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When the police arrived on the scene in the basement of the National Pencil Company at 3:45 p.m., they found Mary Phagan’s mangled body on the remnants of a saw dust mound diagonal to the furnace, she had been strangled with a cord and what looked like a frilly strip or part of her petticoat wrapped around her neck and soaked with blood. When Atlanta Police scoured the basement there was evidence Phagan had been dragged by her arms face down from the basement’s elevator entry, 140 feet, before she was dumped near the cellar’s incinerator.

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Phagan’s face was so scratched up, punctured, and covered with filth, that at first the police were unsure of her race. They had to roll down a stocking from her knee to see for sure if she was White or not. However, Newt Lee remarked that he knew she was White because of the texture of her hair. The autopsy would reveal Phagan had been hit on the face around the temple and right eyesocket with a left fist (Leo Frank was left handed).

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There was also a major gash on the back of her head. The knitted bloomers of Mary Phagan were torn open across the vagina to the seam of the right leg, she had the appearance of having been violently raped, with blood and discharge present on her still attached underwear. Phagan’s face was beaten black-and-blue, and sunk deep into her neck was the 1/8th inch thick, 7 foot jute cord with which she had been strangled to death.

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One of the doctors who performed an autopsy, testified under oath, to several instances of sexual violence, and internal vaginal damage, torn flesh and inflammation, suggesting some kind of rape either penile or by fingers occurred before she was garroted.

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Leo M. Frank, Factory Superintendent .

the detectives arrived at Leo Frank’s in-laws home, the door was answered by Mrs. Lucille Selig Frank, the wife of Leo Frank. The police asked if they could speak with Mr. Frank and Lucy welcomed them into their home. Like typical seasoned detectives, without telling Leo Frank why they were there and what it was all about, they closely observed Frank. Suspicion initially fell on Leo Frank at first sight, because he appeared to be extremely nervous, trembling, rubbing his hands, and ghastly pale.

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Police intimated Leo Frank appeared to be badly hung over, while he was bumbling, and jim-jamming in an agitated state. When Leo Frank asked for a cup of coffee, one of the police officers jocosely suggested whiskey. ;-)

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Leo Frank then began asking questions faster than the police could answer in time, his voice sounded hoarse. Leo Frank fumbled and struggled with minor tasks like fixing his collar before leaving with the police. Moreover, Leo kept saying he hadn’t had breakfast and kept asking for a cup of coffee, even after the cops joked about whiskey, as if he was trying to delay the the process of being taken to his industrial plant, where he was manager.

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The police asked Leo Frank if he knew Mary Phagan, and Leo Frank denied knowing any Mary Phagan, saying he would need to check his accounting books to be sure. Frank then made some passing remark about not knowing the girls who worked for him.

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The significance of Leo Frank claiming to not know Mary Phagan become an important circumstance further into the investigation, because it was later determined by factory records that she had worked for him more than a year on the same floor as his office.

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By measurement, Phagan’s workstation was literally only 3 to 4 feet away from the only bathroom existing on the entire second floor, the same bathroom Leo Frank visited daily during his normal 10 hour work days, as Leo Frank drank several cups of black coffee on a daily basis.

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Other employees testified Frank knew Mary Phagan quite well and on a first-name basis; others suggested they actually saw Leo behave inappropriately toward Phagan.

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Another incriminating fact against Leo Frank’s claims of not knowing Mary Phagan, was the payroll ledgers revealing that she had collected more than 50 pay envelopes from Leo during her year of employment and during that time she logged an impressive 2,750+ hours of work on the punch-clock at the factory from specifically: the Spring 1912, to Monday, April 21, 1913 (when she was temporarily laid off by Leo Frank, because of a shortage in metal).

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Trying to frame the night watchman (“night witch”) Newt Lee

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On Sunday morning at 8:26 a.m., April 27, 1913, in the presence of the Atlanta police, Leo Frank pulled out Newt Lee’s time card, eyeballed it from the top downward and said it was punched correctly every half hour from the time between 6:00pm on April 26, 1913 to 3:00 am on Sunday, April 27, 1913.

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However, on Monday, April 28, 1913, Leo Frank changed his story and told the Atlanta police that Newt Lee did not punch his time card at four disparate intervals, creating four hours of unaccounted-or time. It put even greater suspicion on Newt Lee, because the old Negro lived less than half an hour away, and the intervals suggested he had more than enough time to go home and return.

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Intimations to Search Newt Lee’s Home

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After making his Monday morning, April 28, 1913, deposition to Atlanta Police that became known as State’s Exhibit B, Leo Frank told the police to check his body for scratches and visit his home to look at his laundry. Leo Frank removed his shirt and the police found no visible scratch marks on his body, and then accompanying the police to the Selig residence, Minola brought the dirty laundry basket and the clothes within it, that indicated no blood stains. Given Leo Frank’s intimations about Newt Lee’s time card, the natural thing for the Atlanta police to do next was search Newt Lee’s shack.

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Tuesday, April 29, 1913

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Tuesday morning, April 29, 1913, the police entered Newt Lee’s shack without a warrant (violating his constitutional rights) using a skeleton key. Outside, at the bottom of a garbage burn barrel, they found a suspicious-looking bloody shirt. The shirt had blood stains high up on the armpits in the front, back, and inside, in such a manner the police immediately thought it had been doctored and planted there intentionally.

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What also made detectives think the shirt might have been fabricated is because the shirt, aside from the oddly placed blood stains, appeared clean and did not have body odor (the police called it “Negro odor”) on it as they recalled when they each took turns sniffing it on Tuesday morning, April 29, 1913.

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Newt Lee’s Blood-Soaked Shirt

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Two contrived elements perplexed the Atlanta police about Newt Lee’s shirt

1) it was clean, but covered with oddly placed blood smears,

2) and had no body odor on it all, not even in the armpits — in a Deep South city — and not after a supposed life-and-death struggle between perpetrator and victim.

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These factors taken together suggested the shirt was meant to incriminate Newt Lee, but why?

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When the police questioned Newt Lee about the shirt, he said someone gave it to him two years before and he hadn’t worn it since.

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At that moment, the police began thinking someone was definitely trying to implicate Newt Lee, the nightwatch. Besides the planted shirt smeared in blood, there were the supposed notes Mary had written while being raped [!] which referred to the perpetrator as being the “night witch.” (Factory employees called the nightwatchman colloquially “the night watch.”)

And the time-card contradiction seemed odd because of four missed punches…..

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All together, these things began pointing at the oh-so-brilliant Leo Frank in the minds of the Atlanta Police and detectives who were investigating the crime.

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Leo Frank’s last full day of freedom was Monday, April 28, 1913, because on Tuesday April 29, 1913, at 11:30 am Leo Frank was arrested and would remain incarcerated until his lynching two years later at 1200 Roswell Rd in Marietta.

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The black janitor James “Jim” Conley

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After arresting the factory sweeper Jim Conley on Thursday, May 1, 1913, and questioning him, it took 2.5 weeks of interrogation to get from him the revelation that he was indeed present at the factory on Confederate Memorial Day.

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The Atlanta police “sweated” Jim Conley using the third-degree method (good cop/bad cop) and after weeks of initial failure and three half-truth affidavits, “Atlanta’s Finest” finally got Conley to admit to having been an “accessory after the fact” to the crime.

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More importantly, the police finally got the details out of Conley about how the body was discovered in front of the metal department’s bathroom and transported to the basement.

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They also were able to get an eyewitness account of what Leo Frank was plotting on the afternoon of April 26, 1913.

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What Happened According to Jim Conley

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Jim Conley admitted he was asked by Leo Frank to move the dead body of Mary Phagan to the basement and “ghost-write” dictated “death notes” as if they were written by Mary Phagan, while she was in the process of being raped. It was necessary they be written in black dialect and spelling to draw suspicion to another Negro. The plot was to put two Blacks between Leo Frank and Mary Phagan.

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The Oddity of the Mary Phagan Murder Notes

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The “death notes” were unmistakably clear in their attempt to pin the crime and point suspicion on the “long tall slim Negro,” the night watchman Newt Lee (the “night witch”), because the notes physically described Lee exactly, including his job title.

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Looking back from the 21st century to 1913, the “death notes” cause many people to ask themselves, when or ever in history of the cosmos has a Black man committed battery, rape, robbery, strangulation and mutilation of a White girl, and then stuck around to write some pseudo-literature as if they were being written by the victim herself in the middle of the rape and addressing the notes to Phagan’s mother, describing what happened from the perspective of the victim.

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“I write while he plays”… but the notes were unbelievable from the start, because the Atlanta police scoffed that never in human history has any woman written notes while she was being raped!

The Trial of Leo M. Frank (July 28, 1913, to August 26, 1913)

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Hired by the National Pencil Company, Pinkertons detective Harry Scott contradicted Leo Frank about the answer he had given to Mary Phagan when she asked if there was any work for her to do the next week. There was conflicting testimony about what Leo Frank said when Mary Phagan asked him at 12:02 pm or 12:03 PM on April 26, 1913 if the metal had come in, which would mean she could work the following week.

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On Monday, April 28, 1913, Pinkerton Detective Harry Scott was told by Leo Frank that Mary Phagan had asked her boss “Has the metal come in?”

Scott told the jury that Leo Frank had reported telling Phagan: “I don’t know.” This answer — with the girl eager to go back to work, having only worked two days the previous week, created a physical scenario of Leo and Mary walking together toward the metal room for the purpose of “finding out” of the brass was in, it being kept in the metal-room closet.

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And this is where the sex fiend verbally made his move, was rebuffed, and turned violent.

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Frank’s mother frosts the jury and courtroom public

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As even this Jewish whitewash article about Saint Leo the Harmless admits (http://gaslight.mtroyal.ca/penclfct.htm):

Leo’s case was hurt still further, if that were possible, when his mother leaped to her feet in court and cried out to Mr. Dorsey [the prosecuting attorney]:

“You Christian dog!”

This was printed in the pamphlets which, in verse and prose, assailed Frank and all Jews, and which were hawked among the crowds outside the courtroom.

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The REAL Star Witness Emerges: Monteen Stover

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However, the real star witness at the Leo Frank Trial it turns out was not only Jim Conley, but a 14-Year-old & 5’2″ White girl named Monteen Stover.

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Star witness Monteen Stover and the (THIRD) Leo Frank Admission Amounting to a Murder Confession

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Monteen Stover liked Leo Frank and defended his character at the trial, but her honesty inadvertently put Leo Frank’s alibi into dispute. Leo Frank swore to his lawyers, to the Fulton County coroner, Paul Donehoo, to the police, and to Atlanta PD detectives, for three and a half long months that he had never left his office on April 26, 1913, from twelve noon to 12:45 pm, nort even for a moment — BUT Monteen Stover had arrived at the factory to collect her pay envelope just minutes after Phagan arrived, but she did not bump into Mary Phagan walking down the stairs, and Leo Frank was not in his office, nor was Leo Frank aware that Monteen Stover had arrived and had waited for him inside his second-floor office for five minutes between 12:05 pm to 12:10 pm.

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The jury naturally would ask themselves how Monteen Stover, who was not out on the street but in the building, did not bump into Mary Phagan between 12:04 pm and 12:11 pm, as it took about 1 minute (46 seconds) to reach Leo Frank’s second floor office from the front door.

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Leo Frank would change his alibi-story about never leaving his office at his trial, and respond to her testimony with how he might have “unconsciously” gone to the only bathroom in the metal room during the exact time Mary was being raped and dying there!

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Leo Frank SOLVED the Mary Phagan Murder Mystery on Monday Afternoon, August 18, 1913 at 2:46 pm

The Royal Jew now pontificates and hangs himself:

Now, gentlemen [of the Jury], to the best of my recollection from the time the whistle blew for twelve o clock [noon on Saturday, April 26, 1913] until after a quarter to one [12:46 p.m.] when I went upstairs and spoke to Arthur White and Harry Denham [at the rear of the fourth floor], to the best of my recollection, I did not stir out of the inner office [at the front of the second floor].

But it is possible that in order to answer a call of nature or to urinate I may have gone to the toilet [in the metal room at the rear of the second floor].

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Those are things that a man does unconsciously and cannot tell how many times nor when he does it (Leo Frank Trial Statement, August 18, Brief of Evidence, 1913).

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Crescendo of the Leo Frank Murder Trial: State’s Exhibit A and Defendant’s Exhibit 61

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Leo Frank ineluctably entrapped himself beyond escape, because the only bathroom on the second floor was located within the metal room, it was the metal room where the murder forensic evidence was found (bloody hair and bloodstains) and the prosecution had successfully built a month-long case that Leo Frank had murdered Mary Phagan on April 26, 1913 in the metal room between 12:05 pm and 12:10 pm.

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To make matters even worse, Leo Frank had made a troubling statement, known as State’s Exhibit B, stenographed by G. C. February [the last name was indeed “February”, like the month] on Monday morning, April 28, 1913.

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Frank claimed that Mary Phagan had arrived into his office alone between 12:05 p.m, and 12:10 p.m. on April 26, 1913, but Frank’s office was empty according to Monteen Stover during that time when she came for her pay. Leo replied to this incongruity by saying he might “unconsciously” have been inside the metal room’s bathroom.

Leo Frank had made what amounted to a murder confession at his own trial, the first time ever in Southern history, but Frank continued to claim he was innocent despite his dumbfounding revelation.

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Serious students of this very important American trial must read the abridged final closing statements of the State’s prosecution team leader, the Solicitor General Hugh Manson Dorsey and of his associate, Frank Arthur Hooper, in American State Trials Volume X (10) 1918 by John Davison Lawson LLD, for their unique take on the Leo Frank trial testimony and evidence.

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One should also read the unabridged closing arguments of Hugh Manson Dorsey published in 1914 as ‘The Argument of Hugh M. Dorsey’ (available on archive.org).

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Firebrand Tom E. Watson

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Many would argue that the best post-trial analysis of the Leo Frank murder confession is articulated by the criminal defense lawyer, Jeffersonian populist and all-around genius of a mind, Tom Edward Watson. His understanding of the matter is found in his Watson’s Magazine of January, March, August, September and October of 1915, and in his weekly newspaper, The Jeffersonian, during the years of 1914, 1915, 1916, and 1917. His best work on the Leo Frank Trial was certainly done for the Watson’s Magazine issues of August, September and October 1915.

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The handsome and brilliant Watson, an outstanding writer and publisher, had been a lawyer for the little guy, a state legislator and Congressman, and then a vice-presidential and presidential candidate of the Populist Party, then a major third party. He crusaded for farmers, the working class and small business, and against the custom of lynching.

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Watson the populist saw this as getting justice for the little people against the rich, and Mary was literally little and the Jews were literally rich.

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Appeals 1913 to 1915 Numerous half-baked, frivolous appeals petitions were made by the Leo Frank Legal Defense Team to the Georgia Superior Court, Georgia Supreme Court, US Federal District Court, and United States Supreme Court. However, all appeals were denied after careful review, with lengthy decisions written and rendered (see: Leo Frank Appeals 1913, 1914, 1915). In April of 1915, Leo Frank had exhausted all of his court appeals, so he went back to his lawyer Luther Rosser, asking him to request a commutation from his law partner, Governor Slaton.

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Watson never let up on the clear guilt of Leo Frank, his sexual depravity, and his lies and the lies of the jewspapers.

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Commutation June 21, 1915

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The departing Governor of Georgia, John M. Slaton, decided to commute the death sentence of his own client, Leo Frank at the 11th hour, to life in prison on June 21, 1915 (coincidentally the summer solstice), just days before the end of his last term as governor. It was an act of political suicide, but it didn’t matter, as Slaton was leaving office anyway on June 26, 1915, and he was likely rewarded handsomely behind the scenes in other ways. Slaton left Georgia and went on a tour of the United States with a briefcase full of greenbacks.

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Watson never published empty propaganda, but (as the ADL is forced to admit) instead he ran the actual trial records and affidavits, as well as relevant background information on Frank’s fellow Jews in other countries.

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The 1,2oo-strong mob formed to angrily protest the commutation, because it was a gross conflict of interest, not because of anti-Semitism. Rarely if ever mentioned by Leo-Frank partisans is the connection between Leo Frank’s commutation and the fact Governor John M. Slaton was part-owner of the law firm that represented Leo Frank at his trial and during his appeals. The lawfirm was called Rosser, Brandon, ‘Slaton’ and Phillips (the ‘Slaton’ was Governor John M. Slaton).

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Leo Frank’s Prison “Shanking,” July 17, 1915

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leo-frank-throat-cut-newspaperOne month after the commutation, Leo Frank was shanked in prison by a fellow inmate named William Creen, who used a 7-inch butcher knife to slash the left side of Frank’s throat. To add antisemitic psychological warfare to the incident, rumors began circulating that the knife had been used for slaughtering hogs. Leo Frank barely survived the attack, thanks to inmate doctors (two surgeons who had been incarcerated for various crimes) who came to his aid in the nick of time and stitched him up. The tender wound was slow to heal in the hot and humid summer of 1915.

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One month after the shanking and almost two months after Leo Frank received his controversial commutation, a well organized group of about 25 to 35 men, many of whom were from Georgia’s highest strata of politics, law and society, organized themselves into the ‘Knights of Mary Phagan’.

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The murder of Mary Phagan was an attack on Southern womanhood, and the media bullying of the South was an attack on the honor of Southern manhood. For Watson, only Jews could stir up such hatred.

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This newly formed group, taken from Georgia’s elite, sought to respect the finding of the Frank jury and he death sentence passed by Judge Leonard Strickland Roan.

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From their point of view, this band of men was delivering righteous retribution, and Southern vigilante justice (which is called by the mainstream “lynching”.)

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noose After more than two months of careful planning, Leo Frank was kidnapped from the minimum-security Milledgeville prison on the evening of Monday, August 16, 1915, at 10 p.m., then driven all through the night for eight hours and lynched in the early hours of August 17, 1915, from a sturdy oak tree branch in Marietta.

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Post Lynching, August 17, 1915

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Once word got out about the lynching, Leo Frank’s dangling body became a public spectacle, photographs were taken and the pictures of Leo Frank’s lifeless, suspended body, gently twirling in the breeze, were turned into popular postcards, Allegedly, people snatched pieces of his shirt, transforming them into memorabilia.

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Leo Frank was cut down and one hot-head started stomping on his face and chest; other people pulled him away.

How the Most Definitive Book on the Leo Frank Case was Born

The book The Murder of Little Mary Phagan is written by the namesake of the murder victim, Mary Phagan’s great niece named Mary Phagan Kean.

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When Phagan Kean was 13 years old, she discovered her given name was no mere accident or coincidence. When people heard her name, they started asking her questions about whether she was related to the famous little Mary Phagan who had been murdered long ago by Leo Frank on Confederate Memorial Day in 1913.

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Phagan-Kean would learn a startling secret when people started asking her questions about her curious name, so she asked her family if she was somehow connected to the Mary Phagan who was murdered so long ago in the National Pencil Factory. When her family revealed the truth about her blood relation, she immediately became insatiably interested in learning about the investigation, and its aftermath. Instantly becoming a life long student of the case at age 13, Phagan-Kean has since devoted every free moment of her life studying volumes of legal documents, and reading every surviving newspaper account surrounding the rape and strangulation of her great aunt, 13 year old Mary Anne Phagan (1899 to 1913) and the biography of Leo Max Frank (1884 to 1915).

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The book is both very touching (especially at the beginning) and yet very factual throughout. Mary was just everyone’s honey child, adorable in every way, and her end was so terrible. You can see why her grandfather would start sobbing just beginning to talk about Mary and the crime, and then would start to wail and could not continue, decades after the crime. The punishment Leo Frank received could not stanch his tears.

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(from the book by her great-niece, quoting her father).

“The South hadn’t really recovered from the ravages of the War Between the States, and Georgia was no exception. The economy was shifting from the land to industry. Families were resettling from small towns and farms into the urban areas. Wives and children were often forced to work in factories to help the family survive.

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“Mary Phagan was a beautiful little girl with a fair complexion, blue eyes, and dimples. Her hair was long and reddish brown and fell softly about her shoulders. Since she was well developed, she could have passed for eighteen. Her family all called her Mary, rather than her full name of Mary Anne.

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“Mary was Grandmother Fannie’s youngest child. Your grandfather says that she had a bubbly personality and was the life of their home. Mary was jovial, happy, and thoughtful toward others. When she was with her family, she’d show her affection for them by sitting in their laps and hugging them.

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“The last Phagan family gathering was a ‘welcome home’ for Uncle Charlie. There the family had begun to notice how beautiful Mary was. Lily, her cousin, who is still living, tells me that she envied Mary a particular dress she had on. It was called a ‘Mary Jane dress’ long, with a gathered skirt and fitted waist. Lily and her sister Willie were ‘skinny,’ and Mary’s dress looked better because she was ‘heavier’ than them. They both wanted their dresses to look like Mary’s did on them.

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“Early in April, Mary was rehearsing for a play she was in at the First Christian Church. The play was ‘Sleeping Beauty,’ and of course Mary played the role of Sleeping Beauty.

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Your grandfather tells me that he would take Mary to the church and watch her rehearse. The scene where Sleeping Beauty is awakened by a kiss always made him and Mary giggle.

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She would watch her brother with her eyes half-closed, and then begin to giggle when he cracked a smile. It seemed that that scene took an eternity to rehearse.”

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I could picture Mary on the stage playing the little Sleeping Beauty.

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“April twenty-sixth was Confederate Memorial Day, a Saturday, and a holiday complete with a parade and picnic. Mary planned to go up to the National Pencil Company to pick up her pay and then watch the parade. She told Grandmother Fannie she’d be home later that afternoon.

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One of the last things she did was to iron a white dress for Bible School on Sunday. She was a member of the Adrial Class of the First Christian Bible School, and she wanted to look her best so she might win the contest given by the school.

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“She was excited about the holiday, though, and wore her special lavender dress, lace-trimmed, which her Aunt Lizzie had made for her, they tell me. Her undergarments included a corset with hose supporters, corset cover, knit underwear, an undershirt, drawers, a pair of silk garters, and a pair of hose. She wore a pair of low-heeled shoes and carried a silver mesh bag made of German silver, a handkerchief, and a new parasol.”

At 11:30 a.m. she ate some cabbage and bread for lunch. [JdN: This diet is another reminder that this was not a rich family, but it did have lots of love.]

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[Mary] left home at a quarter to twelve to go to the pencil factory. She was to pick up her pay of $1.20, a day’s work.”

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My father sighed and looked out the window.

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“When Mary had not returned home at dusk, your great-grandmother began to worry. It was late, and she had no idea where Mary could be.

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Her husband went downtown to search for Mary. He thought perhaps she had used her pay to see the show at the Bijou Theater and waited there for the show to empty, but found no sign of her.

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He returned home and suggested to Fannie that Mary must have gone to Marietta to visit her grandfather, W.J. Since they had no telephone, they couldn’t communicate with the family to verify that Mary was with them. Fannie sort of accepted this explanation, since she knew how Mary loved her grandfather. It did seem plausible that she could be with the family in Marietta. But Fannie, being a mother, spent a restless night.”

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My father paused, stared into the middle distance. I could see my grandfather pointing to Mary’s photograph, then to me, then sobbing almost uncontrollably.

My father continued.

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“The next day, April 27, 1913, Grandmother Fannie’s worst fears were confirmed. Helen Ferguson, their friend and neighbor, came to the house to tell them she had received a phone call about Mary. Their Mary had been found murdered in the basement of the National Pencil Company.”

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The company, a four-story granite building plus basement, was located at 37-39 Forsyth Street. It employed some one hundred people, mostly women, who distributed and manufactured pencils. Its windows were grimy. It was dirty. It had little ventilation. Most of the workers were paid twelve cents an hour. It was in fact a sweat shop of the northern, urban variety.

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Mary worked in its second floor metal room fixing metal caps on pencils by machine. Her last day of work had been the previous Monday. She was told not to report back until a shipment of metal had arrived.

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“Her body was discovered at three o’clock in the morning on April twenty-seventh, in the basement of the pencil company by the night watchman, Newt Lee. Her left eye had apparently been struck with a fist; she had an inch-and-a-half gash in the back of the head, and was strangled by a cord which was embedded in her neck.”

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He shook his head sadly.

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“Her undergarments were torn and bloody and a piece of undergarment was around her hair, face, and neck. It appeared that her body had been dragged across the basement floor; there were fragments of soot, ashes, and pencil shavings on the body and drag marks leading from the elevator shaft.” […]

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“Daddy, how did Grandmother Fannie stand up while the trial was going on?”

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He told me that she was to be the first witness called to the witness stand. She tried to compose herself; her tears were flowing freely down her cheeks and she was sobbing as she gave her statement:

“‘I am Mary Phagan’s mother. I last saw her alive on the 26th of April, 1913, about a quarter to twelve, at home, at 146 Lindsey Street. She was getting ready to go to the pencil factory to get her pay envelope. About 11:30, she had lunch, then she left home at a quarter to twelve. She would have been fourteen years old on the first day of June. She was fair complected, heavy-set, very pretty, and was extra large for her age. She had on a lavender dress trimmed in lace and a blue hat. She had dimples in her cheeks.”

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When Sergeant Dobbs described the condition of Mary’s body when they found her in the basement, when he stated that she had been dragged across the floor, face down, that was full of coal cinders, and this was what had caused the punctures and holes in her face, Grandmother Fannie had to leave the courtroom,” my father said.

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Now it was I who had to compose myself. I was now starting to feel the pain and agony that all the family had felt for years.

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“When the funeral director, W.H. Gheesling, gave his testimony, he stated that he moved little Mary’s body at four o’clock in the morning on April 27, 1913. He stated that the cord she had been strangled with was still around her neck. There was an impression of about an eighth of an inch on the neck, her tongue stuck an inch and a quarter out of her mouth.”

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“Daddy, was Mary bitten on her breast?”

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“Yes, but there was no way to prove it because certain documents have mysteriously disappeared.”

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“Who besides Grandmother Fannie attended the trial?”

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“Other than Grandmother Fannie, all the immediate family, including your grandfather and Mary’s stepfather, were present every day. Mary’s mother and sister were the only women, along with Leo Frank’s wife and mother, who were permitted in the courtroom each day.”

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[…] “The newspapers gave a daily detailed report on the court proceedings, and there were many ‘extras’ printed each day. Not one newspaper ever reported any of the spectators shouting ‘Hang the Jew’ nor did I ever hear that any member of our family made that or any similar statement.

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Judge Roan was considered by all to be more than fair. The Atlanta Bar held him in high esteem for his ability in criminal law. Otherwise he would have never been on the bench.”

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“Was Leo Frank defended well?”

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“Leo Frank’s lawyers were the best that money could buy. He had two of the best criminal lawyers in the South, Luther Rosser and Reuben Arnold. I have been told that Rosser’s fee ran well over fifteen thousand dollars [ = $750,000 today]. In those years that was a small fortune. These lawyers were the most professional and brilliant lawyers the South had to offer.

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But the defense these brilliant lawyers were to offer was not good enough to offset Hugh Dorsey’s tactics. If there was any brilliance at that trial, it was Hugh Dorsey’s.

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The people of Georgia were so impressed by him that he was later rewarded with the biggest prize in state politics: he was elected governor of Georgia.” […]

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“The Atlanta newspapers of 1913 show the law firm of Rosser & Brandon, 708 Empire, and the law firm of Slaton & Phillips, 723 Grant Building, as merging. Then the 1914 Atlanta Directory shows the law firm of Rosser, 27 The Legacy Brandon, Slaton & Phillips, 719 723 Grant Building. They were also listed in the Atlanta Directory in 1915 and 1916.

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Slaton was [thus] a member of the law firm that defended Leo Frank.

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“Governor Slaton was a man that Georgia loved and admired until June 21st, 1915. Then love turned to hate.

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The people believed that Governor Slaton had been bought. His action caused the people of Georgia to take the law into their own hands, to form a vigilante group and seek justice that they believed had been denied them.”

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Governor Slaton had Leo Frank moved from Atlanta for his own protection. He was moved to the Milledgeville Prison Farm, just south of Macon.

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The vigilante group traveled [down there] by car, Model T Fords, and removed Frank from prison. All of them were respected citizens. They called themselves the ‘Knights of Mary Phagan’ and this group later became the impetus for the modern Klu Klux Klan.

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“Remember, there were no paved roads in those days. This trip was made at night. Not one guard was hurt, not one shot was fired, not one door was forced. The prison was opened to them. Many in Georgia felt that justice was being done! It was the intent of the vigilantes to take Leo Frank to the Marietta Square and hang him there.

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Dawn caught up with them before they could reach Marietta. They stopped in a grove not far from where little Mary was buried. Then they carried out his original sentence, ‘to be hung by the neck until dead.’

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” Shaken, I asked, “Daddy, were there any Phagans at the lynching?”

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He gave me a simple answer.

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“No! And everyone knew the identity of the lynchers. But not one man was charged with the death of Leo Frank, not one man was ever brought to trial.” .

The next question I asked upset him tremendously:

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“How do you feel about the lynching, Daddy?”

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He related to me what his father had felt when he had talked about the lynching. Grandfather felt that justice had been served and so did the rest of the family. But I would not let up.

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“But how do you feel, Daddy?”

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“I feel the same way my family did — justice prevailed.”

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To understand the actions that these men took on August 17, 1915, I would have to try and transport myself to those times, he said.

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“You must try to understand what they felt, what would drive them to take the law into their own hands. You must not try to judge yesterday by today’s standards. By doing this, you are second-guessing history and no one, but no one, has ever been able to do that.”

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“Daddy, how about Jim Conley? What part did he have in the death of little Mary Phagan?”

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My father said that, reportedly, for the first time in the history of the South, a black man’s testimony helped to convict a white man. The best criminal lawyers in the South could not break this semi-literate black man’s story. The circumstantial evidence and Jim Conley’s testimony caused Leo Frank’s conviction for the murder of little Mary Phagan.

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“Your grandfather told me and this can be confirmed by my sister Annabelle that he had met with Jim Conley in 1934, in our home, to discuss the trial and the part Conley had played in helping Leo Frank dispose of the body of little Mary.” My father became adamant: “There is no way my father would have let Jim Conley live if he believed that he had murdered little Mary.”

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My father then related the conversation that my grandfather told him had taken place. He said to Jim Conley, “Let’s sit down and talk awhile, Jim.” And Jim said, “OK.”

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My grandfather then said, “I want to know how you helped Mr. Frank.”

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Jim said, “Well, I watched for Mr. Frank like before and then he stomped and whistled which meant for me to unlock the door and then I went up the steps. Mr. Frank looked funny.

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He told me that he wanted to be with the little girl, she refused and he struck her and she fell. When I saw her, she was dead.”

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Grandfather asked, “But why did you help him if you knew it was wrong?”

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And Jim said, “I only helped Mr. Frank because he was white and my boss.”

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“Were you afraid of Mr. Frank?” my grandfather asked. Jim answered, “I was afraid if I didn’t do what he told me him being White and my boss, that I might get hanged. [At that time, it was common for blacks to be hanged.] So, I did as he told me.”

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Wikipedia on “Lynching”

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Nearly 3,500 African Americans and 1,300 whites were lynched in the United States between 1882 and 1968, mostly from 1882 to 1920.[2] [That comes to about 100 Blacks lynched per year, almost always for rape and/or murder, and heavily in Georgia and Alabama.]

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Lynching of a Black man in the early 1920s in Lawrenceville, Ga., just 32 miles from Atlanta, and notably in the town square. If Frank had pinned the rape and murder on Jim Conley, who already had a criminal record, Conley would have been in very serious trouble — and Frank knew it. Conley had done four weeks on a chain gang for an offense the fall of the previous year while he was an employee at the National Pencil Factory.

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Grandfather then asked, “What did you do after you saw that little Mary was dead?”

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There are, my father grinned, two versions of that meeting: his sister Annabelle’s and his father’s my grandfather’s. The version my Aunt Annabelle told him was that she was coming out of a grocery store and saw their father, William Joshua Phagan, Jr., and a black man walking (she said “nigger”) down Jefferson Street towards the house. She said to her father: “Daddy, what are you doing with that nigger man?” Grandfather said, “Now, don’t you know who this is?” “No, I don’t,” Annabelle said. And Grandfather said, “This is Jim Conley.” “Oh, this is the man who helped kill Aunt Mary,” she exclaimed.

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Then Jim Conley said, “No, I didn’t kill her but I helped Mr. Frank. I was to burn the body in the furnace but didn’t.”

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They went inside the house and talked about an hour in the kitchen.

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Annabelle was in the other room watching her brothers (Jack and my father) and her sister Betty. My father also remembers that his father continually questioned Jim Conley about why he helped Mr. Frank. He recalled that his father got emotional and at times had to hold back the tears. Jim said, “I got scared. Like I said before, I had to help Mr. Frank him being white and my boss. Mr. Frank told me to roll her in a cloth and put her on my shoulder, but she was heavy and she fell. Mr. Frank and I picked her up and went to the elevator to the basement. I rolled her out on the floor. Then Mr. Frank went up the ladder and I went on the elevator.”

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“Did Mr. Frank tell you to burn little Mary in the furnace?” my grandfather asked. “Yes, I was to come back later but I drank some and fell asleep,” Jim said. Then Grandfather said, “Jim, I believe you because if I didn’t I’d kill you myself.”

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Then, my father recalls clearly, Grandfather and Jim Conley went out together for a drink. That was all my father could remember.

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“How is it, Daddy, that a black man would help someone dispose of a body?” “Remember the times,” my father said. “In those years, a black would do almost anything his boss told him to do. His life depended on whatever the white man decided. Lynchings were taking place almost daily in the South. Jim Conley was a black man in Atlanta in 1913, one who could read and write, but more importantly, he was not simple.

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He was a man who would do what any man would do to stay alive: he would mix the truth with lies self-consciously, knowing full well that his life was at stake.” My father shook his head. “He would give four different affidavits.”

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Here was a man that knew he was walking on a red-hot bed of cinders. He knew that no matter which way he turned he would be burned.

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Conley returned to the pencil factory with the Atlanta detectives and showed them how he had found the body of little Mary in the metal room, how he had moved the body, tied up with some cloth, with the help of Leo Frank, and how it took both of them to move her body to the elevator. .

in the basement, Conley said, he rolled the body out on the floor. Then he stated that Leo Frank went up the ladder, to be on alert for anyone coming into the factory.”

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Here I asked, “Does this explain why little Mary was dragged face down across the basement?”

“Yes,” he said. “It seems logical in that one man could not carry her body without help. So she was dragged.”

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“But, Daddy, why would Jim Conley do this knowing full well that he was now mixed up in the murder of little Mary? He must have felt that his actions could cost him his life.”

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“Jim Conley did know what he was doing, but there were two factors that outweighed his sense of righteousness: fear and money! Fear of the white man and greed for money. And this is what he later told my father when they met.”

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The last thing I wanted to know was a question that my father had asked his father over twenty years ago.

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“Why has the Phagan family taken a vow of silence?” “Grandmother Fannie made a request that everyone not talk to the newspapers. Her request was honored. It’s that simple.”

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I thought over my father’s words for quite some time. His was the Phagan family’s story of little Mary Phagan. It was some time before we sat down again to talk about the shadow of Mary Phagan and how her legacy had affected his life.

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But one summer morning my father sat down beside me wanting to talk about his grandmother little Mary’s mother.

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“I recollect that many times I woke up in grandmother Fannie’s bed trying to figure out how I got there beside her. My grandmother and step-grandfather, I’ve been told, loved me very much, and they would come to our house and while I was asleep, would take me in their loving arms, and take me home with them.

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“Grandmother Fannie was a very special person to me. I remember her talking to me about her daughter, little Mary. I could never understand why there were tears in her eyes when she talked about little Mary.

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“It’s very hard on a small child to watch one’s grandmother cry and not being able to understand what’s really going on. I took what I felt was the only course open to me: I put my arms around her and told her that I loved her.

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Then, more tears flowed and she hugged me even harder.”

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My father stopped and sat, his chin in his hand, looking out the window. I could hear the calls of the birds clearly.

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“Daddy,” I said, “if you want to stop ”

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“No,” he said, “I don’t want to stop.” He went on. “In 1937 my parents bought their first home in Atlanta, 760 Primrose Street Southwest. It had three bed-rooms, a living room, kitchen, and dining room connected to it and one bathroom with no shower. My dad worked in the cotton mills as a weaver and my mother opened a hamburger, hot dog, and sandwich stand on the corner of Hunter and Butler Street which was only a half of a block from the ‘big rock jail.’ This was the same jail that Leo Frank was held in, known as ‘The Tower.’

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I was a student at Slaton Grammar School, which was named after the father of the governor who had commuted Leo Frank’s sentence to life imprisonment.”

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Grandmother Fannie meant more and more to me as I was starting to understand what life is about. After all,” his eyes twinkled, “it had to happen sometime! And the question was starting to come up, no matter where I was: ‘Are you, by any chance, kin to little Mary Phagan?’ “‘Of course,’ I replied everytime, ‘she was my aunt.’

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This generally resulted in more questions about little Mary. I would answer those questions the best I could from what I could remember from stories that I’d heard from members of my family. People would then relate them to me on what they had heard from their pasts. The one question they always asked was ‘How did little Mary’s mother take her daughter’s death?’

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And this invariably brought a silence in the group of people around me. I came to understand that this question would cause adults to hang onto every word I said. And just as invariably I’d feel humongously sad as I tried to put into words how my grandmother felt. Time had not healed the loss of her daughter. And maybe it never would.

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“Little Mary, you understand, was the youngest of five and because she was the last child, she was doted on by all, even her grandfather, W. J.

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“Grandmother Fannie would describe to me how she would comb little Mary’s hair and put it up in pigtails, dress her up in her finest clothes to go to church. A small child is always beautiful to its parents, but little Mary was really beautiful and she was going to be a real beauty when she grew up. As she approached her teenage years, there was no doubt that she was going to be a beautiful young woman.” […]

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“Grandmother Fannie passed away in 1947, while I was in the Navy. I made the trip home for her funeral. But when I arrived home, she had already been buried. She was laid to rest beside her daughter, little Mary Phagan.

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1982 and 1983: The Alonzo Mann Media Circus

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In 1982, Alonzo Mann, a lonely, broke and senile octogenarian, who also happened to be the former office boy of Leo Frank for three weeks in April, 1913 came forward at the behest of the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith, with a fantastic tale about what he saw on April 26, 1913 at noon.

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1982 was about 69 years after the murder of Mary Phagan and the murder trial of Leo Frank. Alonzo “Lonnie” Mann went public with his story claiming he had withheld vital information from the Leo M. Frank legal defense team, police, Solicitor General Hugh M. Dorsey, the Judge Leonard Strickland Roan, the Jury of 12 White men, the various appeals courts, Governor John Slaton’s Commutation hearing, and seven decades of the people around him.

.Alonzo Mann said that he went back to the National Pencil Company Factory five minutes after he left it at noon on April 26, 1913, and saw the Black janitor Jim Conley carrying the body of Mary Phagan on his shoulder. Mann claimed — 69 years later — that Jim Conley reached out his hand for Alonzo Mann and said to the young boy: “If you tell anyone, I will kill you!”

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Alonzo Mann, claimed he ran home and told his family and then taht his mother told him not to tell anyone.

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These statements given by Alonzo Mann in the 1980’s made no sense and came off as a desperate web of lies according to many people who heard his newfangled claims.

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First, why would White parents in a White-ruled state like the Georgia of 1913 tell their White son not to tell the police about a Black janitor who had just murdered a White girl?

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Further, Alonzo Mann’s “silence” would send an “innocent,” clean-cut “White” professional, Leo Frank, to the gallows! The very boss who had given Alonzo a highly prized job!

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Second, why would White parents allow their son to report to work on Monday morning, April 28, 1913, right after their son had been threatened with death two days before, on Saturday, April 26, 1913?

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Third, if Alonzo Mann admitted in 1982 he had lied under oath at the Leo Frank trial in 1913 (about leaving the factory at 11:30 am instead of leaving noon), why was he suddenly credible in 1982-1983, when he said he came back at noon. Seventy years after the trial,Mann was asked why he came back, and he said it was about a baseball bet he made with Herbert Schiff, but everyone knew Herbert Schiff was not meant to come to work that day.

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Fourth Alonzo Mann said he came back to the factory at 12:05 pm. But this was about the time Monteen Stover said she also came into the factory. So why did only Alonzo see, but not the pro-Frank Monteen Stover, see the horrifying sight of Mary Phagan, slung over Jim Conley’s shoulder, as he suppsedly carried her to the basement?

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Stover was a witness for the defense and favorable to Leo Frank! If anyone would have been eager to shift the blame off Frank, such as onto Jim Conley, it was Monteen Stover! So why did she not report what, 70 long years later, Alonzo Man claimed?

The ADL jumped right in in 1982-1983 seeking to use the Alonzo Mann tall tale to get a posthumous pardon for the guilty Jew Leo Frank, but it failed. Three long years of political machinations and backroom wheeling and dealing continued until the ADL made its second attempt.

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1986: Second pardon apllication semi-successful

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In 1986, pressure from the powerful Atlanta Jewish community, from various Jewish groups and especially the ADL (Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith), resulted in the highly political March 11, 1986 posthumous pardon of Leo Frank without exoneration.

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There was only one problem with the highly political pardon of Leo Frank, because Alonzo Mann had died March 19, 1985 and no one could question him about the incident. The politically corrupt board forgave Leo Frank with a pardon, but “pardon” is a French word meaning forgiveness, NOT that the prisoner is now seen as having been innocent!

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In fact, the board kept Leo Frank’s GUILT intact, and thus did not disturb the verdict of the Leo Frank trial, of Judge Roan and of the 12-man jury. On March 11, 1986, a pardon without exoneration of guilt was issued by the board [italics added]:

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Without attempting to address the question of guilt or innocence, and in recognition of the State’s failure to protect the person of Leo M. Frank and thereby preserve his opportunity for continued legal appeal of his conviction, and in recognition of the State’s failure to bring his killers to justice, and as an effort to heal old wounds, the State Board of Pardons and Paroles, in compliance with its Constitutional and statutory authority, hereby grants to Leo M. Frank a Pardon.

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How grotesque! A “pardon” that does not exculpate the prisoner! We forgive you but you are still guilty, just lynched for your guilt! What kind of “pardon” is that?

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Even with the posthumous pardon, it was specified by the Board that the guilt of Leo M. Frank remains permanently intact, because his official conviction was not changed, disturbed or tampered with from 1913 to 1986.

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As of March 11, 1986, Leo M. Frank still remains guilty in the eyes of the law in Georgia. And though he was “forgiven” in a flimsy and illegal way for his crime by the board (only a prisoner himself may apply for a pardon; posthumous pardons are not part of Georgia law), the rapist-murderer-pedophile Leo Frank was not forgiven by the public that detests scum of his sort. .

A number of fictionalized media dramatizations and treatments have been made about the case in the form of miniseries, Broadway plays, Hollywood dramas, political docudramas, video blogs, and songs, conducted across the international media landscape, mostly created by Jews. These cranked-out productions make a mockery of the life of a little Christian girl, Mary Phagan, who is used as nothing more than a plot device to launch the hoax of poor Leo Frank, persecuted by the evil Gentiles.

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Attempts for more than 100 years are continually being launched to idealize and rehabilitate the image of Leo Frank as an innocent and stoic Jewish victim of anti-Semitism. The efforts to transfigure Leo Frank from a perverted pedophile rapist and strangler into a holy Jewish religious martyr of collective Gentile prejudice has continued nearly unchallenged, but now this must change!

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It is they who will not let this matter rest; it is they who are issuing a blanket blame on all White Gentiles; it is they who are pushing for hate-speech laws (see the Jewish Louis Marshall’s attack on publisher Tom Watson below!), and so we cannot rest either!

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The blood libel against the Leo Frank prosecution team, European-Americans (Whites) and against ALL people who say the truth that the high B’nai B’rith official Leo Frank is guilty as charged, continues to this day by the organized Jewish community. The Leo Frank Case is a Jewish-Gentile conflict the Jews caused and just four years ago they churned out their latest movie attacking the South and attacking the truth!

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1. Jim Conley, Saturday, April 26, 1913, circa noon to 1:00 PM (See Jim Conley affidavits and trial testimony in the brief of evidence (1913) and Georgia Supreme Court case file about Leo Frank (1913, 1914).

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2. Lucille Selig Frank, Saturday Late Evening, April 26, 1913, 10:30 PM (See State’s Exhibit J, Brief of Evidence, 1913)

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3. The Public, Monday, August 18, 1913, (Leo Frank’s four-hour unsworn trial statement, August 18, Brief of Evidence, 1913). Leo Frank’s explanation on the witness stand to the trial jury as to why Monteen Stover had found his office was empty between 12:05 pm and 12:10 pm on April 26, 1913, with an “unconscious” bathroom visit: (Leo Frank Trial Brief of Evidence, 1913, p. 186)..

4. The fourth Leo Frank admission — the convict authorized in effect his own prison confession, published in the Atlanta Constitution.

Leo Frank confirmed his August 18, 1913, murder trial bathroom admission-confession in the March 9, 1914, issue of the Atlanta Constitution. Leo Frank’s defenders never mention the “unconsciously-went-to-the-bathroom” confession that Leo Frank made on the witness stand when he was giving his four-hour unsworn statement at the trial on Monday afternoon, August 18, 1913, between 2:15 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.

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Thoughtful and analytical interpretations of the statement Leo Frank made to counter Monteen Stover’s testimony are almost always left out of Leo Frank revisionist books, even though it proves Leo Frank’s guilt indisputably when juxtaposed with State’s Exhibit B and Jim Conley’s testimony about finding Mary Phagan dead in the metal room bathroom (see: State’s Exhibit A, item #9). (see: Leo Frank’s trial statement, Monteen Stover’s trial testimony, State’s Exhibit B, Jim Conley’s trial testimony and affidavits, brief of evidence, 1913).

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Leo Frank is the only person in early 20th century US history to make what amounted to a murder confession at his own trial, leaving most people gobsmacked by it. He placed himself with his bathroom break at the time and location of the murder!

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See: The final closing arguments of Hugh M. Dorsey, Frank Arthur Hooper (American State Trials, Volume X, 1918, John D. Lawson) and Tom Watson’s analysis of Leo Frank’s trial admission amounting to a murder confession (Watson Magazine, September, 1915). Be sure to study the Leo Frank Trial Brief of Evidence, 1913, and the truly serious student will also tackle the 1,800-page Leo M. Frank Georgia Supreme Court Case File (1913, 1914).

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One thousand, eight hundred pages! What further proof is needed that Leo Frank had THE BEST LAWYERS MONEY COULD BUY??

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More excellent sources on the Frank-Phagan Case include:

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1) The Leo Frank Case (Mary Phagan) Inside Story of Georgia’s Greatest Murder Mystery 1913 – The first neutral book written on the subject. Very interesting read. Because of the fiery controversy surrounding the Leo Frank affair, the producer chose to reveal the author’s name or even employ a nom de plume.

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2. The Murder of Little Mary Phagan by Mary Phagan Kean Written by Mary Phagan Kean, the great-niece of Mary Phagan. A neutral account of the events surrounding the trial of Leo Frank. The Murder of Little Mary Phagan is well worth reading, and a refreshing change from the endless number of Jewish and contemporary books turning the Leo Frank case into a neurotic race-obsessed tabloid controversy.

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3. American State Trials, volume X (1918) by John Lawson (Available on www.Archive.org and LeoFrank.org) This document does tend to be biased in favor of Leo Frank and his legal defense team, but it provides a merely abridged version of prosecutor Hugh Dorsey’s Brief of Evidence, leaving out some important things he said and many details. You can find the closing arguments there of Frank’s lawyers Luther Zeigler Rosser and Reuben Rose Arnold, as well as those of DA Hugh Manson Dorsey and the Assistant DA (“Assistant Solicitor General”), Frank Arthur Hooper.

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Frank Arthur Hooper and his skillful closing argument to the jury on August 21, 1913: http://www.leofrank.org/mr-hooper/

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4. Argument of Hugh M. Dorsey in the Trial of Leo Frank (Available on www.archive.org and www.LeoFrank.org). This consists of some but not all of the whopping nine hours of arguments given to the jury at the end of the Leo Frank trial. Only 18 libraries in the world have copies of this books. It can be found here on archive.org thanks to leofrank.org. This is an excellent book and required reading to see how Dorsey, in sales vernacular, “closed” a jury of 12 men and Judge Roan. .

5. Leo M. Frank, Plaintiff in Error, vs. State of Georgia, Defendant in Error. In Error from Fulton Superior Court at the July Term 1913, Brief of Evidence. Extremely rare — only one copy exists — and it is at the Georgia State Archive. This document is available now on LeoFrank.org.

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Three Major Atlanta Dailies: The Atlanta Constitution, The Atlanta Journal, The Atlanta Georgian (Hearst’s Tabloid Yellow Journalism), The most relevant issues center around April 28th to August 27, 1913:

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6. Atlanta Constitution newspaper: The Murder of Mary Phagan, Coroner’s Inquest, Grand Jury, Investigation, Trail, Appeals, Shanking and Lynching of Leo Frank Case in the Atlanta Constitution Newspaper from 1913 to 1915. http://archive.org/details/LeoFrankCaseInTheAtlantaConstitutionNewspaper1913To1915 See most of all: Leo Frank confirms he might have been in the bathroom at the time Monteen Stover said his office was empty: See the Atlanta Constitution, Monday, March 9, 1914, Leo Frank Jailhouse Interview

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7. The Atlanta Georgian newspaper covering the Leo Frank Case from April though August, 1913. http://archive.org/details/AtlantaGeorgianNewspaperAprilToAugust1913

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8. The Atlanta Journal (pending) Tom Watson

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9. Tom Watson’s The Jeffersonian newspaper (1914, 1915, 1916 and 1917) and Watson’s Magazine: Watson’s Magazine, January 1915, Watson’s Magazine, March 1915; Watson’s Magazine, August 1915, Watson’s Magazine, September 1915, and Watson’s Magazine, October of 1915. (Available on www.Archive.org). Tom Watson’s best work on the Leo M. Frank case was published in August and September 1915. Watson’s five major magazine works written collectively on the Leo M. Frank topic, provide logical arguments confirming the guilt of Leo M. Frank with the superb reasoning of a genius lawyer.

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For Watson’s readers it became clear:

First one Jew had assaulted one Georgian, little Mary Phagan — and now all Jews were assaulting all Georgians.

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These five 1915 works are absolutely required reading for anyone interested in the Leo M. Frank affair. The circulation of Tom Watson’s magazine publications surged from 30,000 to 100,000 copies when he announced he would tackle in depth the Leo Frank case. These magazines are extremely rare and very difficult to find. However they have been scanned and are available on both www.Archive.org and www.leofrank.org

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9.1. The Leo Frank Case By Tom Watson (January 1915) Watson’s Magazine Volume 20 No. 3. See page 139 for the Leo Frank Case. Jeffersonian Publishing Company, Thomson, Ga., Digital Source Archive.org

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9.2. The Full Review of the Leo Frank Case By Tom Watson (March 1915) Volume 20. No. 5. See page 235 for ‘A Full Review of the Leo Frank Case’. Jeffersonian Publishing Company, Thomson, Ga., Digital Source Archive.org.

9.3. The Celebrated Case of The State of Georgia vs. Leo Frank By Tom Watson (August 1915) Volumne 21, No 4. See page 182 for ‘The Celebrated Case of the State of Georgia vs. Leo Frank”. Jeffersonian Publishing Company, Thomson, Ga., Digital Source Archive.org

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9.4. The Official Record in the Case of Leo Frank, Jew Pervert By Tom Watson (September 1915) Volume 21. No. 5. See page 251 for ‘The Official Record in the Case of Leo Frank, Jew Pervert’. Jeffersonian Publishing Company, Thomson, Ga., Digital Source Archive.org

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9.5. The Rich Jews Indict a State! The Whole South Traduced in the Matter of Leo Frank By Tom Watson (October 1915) Volume 21. No. 6. See page 301. Jeffersonian Publishing Company, Thomson, Ga., Digital Source: Archive.org

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About Thomas Watson (from the Watson-Brown Foundation)

Thomas E. Watson was born September 5, 1856, two miles outside Thomson, Georgia. After attending Mercer and then reading law, Watson was admitted to the Bar and returned to Thomson in 1877 to begin a successful law practice. He served in the Georgia House of Representatives in 1882, the U.S. House of Representatives from 1890-1892 and the U.S. Senate from 1920 until his death in 1922. Having emerged as the leader of the Southern Populists, Watson was nominated in 1896 for Vice President on the Populist Party ticket with William Jennings Bryan. He ran for President on the same ticket in 1904 and 1908. Although Watson held political office for just five of his 66 years, he dominated Georgia’s political scene for more than 25 years. In addition to being a statesman and the premier trial lawyer of Georgia in his day, Watson was a prolific writer. He authored a two-volume history of France, biographies of Napoleon, Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson, and numerous other books, pamphlets and published speeches. Watson published and edited his weekly newspaper, The Jeffersonian, and his monthly Watson’s Magazine.

10. Tom Watson’s Jeffersonian Newspaper

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The Tom E. Watson Digital Papers Archive at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: http://www.lib.unc.edu/dc/watson At this link is a nice silent video of Tom Watson in 1920: http://www2.lib.unc.edu/dc/watson/aboutwatson.php

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There are Leo Frank cult followers posing as neutral reviewers who do not want you to read Tom Watson’s five 1915 magazine articles on the Leo Frank trial, so read them and find out why! They are the controversial forbidden fruit in the Leo M. Frank case that have been censored for more than 100 years.

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Tom Watson on horseback

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11. Tom Watson Brown, Grandson of Thomas Edward Watson Notes on the Case of Leo M. Frank, By Tom W. Brown, Emery University, Atlanta, Georgia, 1982.

12. Leo Frank Case Research Portal The Leo Frank Library: http://www.LeoFrank.org

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13. Leo Frank Discussion Forum www.LeoFrankCase.com

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For the best interpretations of the August 18, 1913, Leo Frank murder trial confession, you can of course, as stated above, read the closing arguments of State prosecution lawyers Frank Arthur Hooper and Hugh M. Dorsey in American State Trials Volume X 1918 by John D. Lawson LLD.

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However, Tom Watson’s post-trial analysis of the Leo Frank murder trial confession is the most enjoyable to read in his August and September Watson’s Magazine (1915). It drives Leo Frank partisans to a foaming-at-the-mouth frenzy, and you can’t help but enjoy their squirming, cheesy excuses, and screeching.

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As books go, the idealistic, carinig and courageous journey that great-niece Mary Phagan Kean went through to discover the facts and circumstances surrounding the case was very interesting and captivating to say the least. Having read the other books on this particular murder case, this book is probably the most even-handed on the subject. I highly recommend this book! Be sure to read it and the other books listed above as well.

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Oh My God! FOUR Leo Frank admissions that amounted to murder confessions?

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Within the 318-page official legal records of the Leo M. Frank 1913 trial brief of evidence are testimony and affidavits revealing that Leo Frank confessed ON THREE DIFFERENT OCCASIONS in effect to murdering Mary Phagan, though he would deny all three WERE confessions.

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leo-frank-profile-neanderthal-mouth In the Atlanta Constitution of March 9, 1914, Leo Frank then would make his fourth admission that amounted to a murder confession. This was two days after Judge Benjamin Hill had resentenced Leo Frank to hang by the neck until dead, scheduled on his 30th birthday, April 17, 1914.

Leo Frank Admission Number Three that Amounted to a Murder Trial Confession: August 18, 1913, Fulton County Superior Courthouse During the Leo Frank Trial

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The third Leo Frank murder confession occurred on August 18, 1913, when Leo Frank mounted the witness stand at his trial (July 28 to August 26) to make a four-hour unsworn statement.

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He told the packed courtroom, judge and jury – in response to Monteen Stover testifying that his office had been empty on April 26, 1913, from 12:05 p.m. to 12:10 p.m. – that he might have “unconsciously” gone to the bathroom in the metal room.

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This was the spine-chilling crescendo of the trial, because Leo Frank had stated to the Atlanta police under questioning on Monday, April 28, 1913, two days after the murder, that Mary Phagan had arrived in his office between 12:05 p.m. and 12:10 p.m. or maybe 12:07 p.m. on Confederate Memorial Day, Saturday, April 26, 1913 (State’s Exhibit B).

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This unconscious-bathroom-break admission became the slam-dunk for the State’s prosecution, because Solicitor General Hugh M. Dorsey and his legal team had spent 29 days during the trial trying to prove to the jury that Leo Frank murdered Mary Phagan in the second floor metal room between 12:05 p.m. and 12:10 p.m. on April 26, 1913..

Leo Frank’s Alleged Murder Confession Number One: April 26, 1913, Noon Hour

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Leo Frank’s alleged murder confession number one was made to Jim Conley, when Leo Frank told him he had tried to have sex with Mary Phagan and she refused him, and as a result of rejecting him, he assaulted her. Mary Phagan’s bloody hair was discovered on Monday, April 28, 1913, at 6:35 A.M. tangled on the handle of a bench lathe in the second floor metal room by Robert P. Barret, along with a five-inch-wide blood stain on the floor in front of the girls’ dressing room. (Leo Frank Brief of Evidence, 1913).

Leo Frank Murder Confession Number Two: April 26, 1913 at 68 East Georgia Avenue, the Selig Residence.

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Leo Frank confessed murdering Mary Phagan to his wife, Lucille Selig Frank, on the evening of Saturday, April 26, 1913 at 10:30 P.M. Leo Frank said he didn’t know why he would murder anyone and asked his wife for his pistol so he could shoot himself. Lucille told her family and the household cook, Minola McKnight, about what happened. (State’s Exhibit J, June 3rd, 1913).

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On April 23, 1957, when Lucille Selig Frank died of heart failure, her last will and testament, notarized and registered with the local government in Atlanta in 1954, requested that she be cremated (Last Will and Testament of Lucille S. Frank, 1954)..

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The grave plot to the immediate left of Leo M. Frank in the Mount Carmel Cemetery, had been reserved for Lucille Selig Frank, but to this day it remains empty. Not even Lucille’s ashes are there. They were buried in the Oakland cemetery in Atlanta between her parents’ headstones.

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Those are the three Leo Frank murder confessions within the official record, but there is one more.

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Leo Frank Murder Confession Number Four Went Public: March 9, 1914, Atlanta Constitution

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Leo Frank gave a jailhouse interview to an Atlanta Constitution journalist and it was published on March 9, 1914. Leo Frank’s statements published in the Atlanta Constitution confirmed and supported his August 18, 1913, trial statement admission, that amounted to a murder trial confession. He was at the scene of the crime when it happened. .

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=======a perfect example of Jewish lies glorifying Leo Frank, ignoring Mary Phagan, and defaming everyone else

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Jay-Robert-Nash The 2008 book I Am Innocent, written by the Jew Jay Robert Nash, is a classic example of “agitprop,” a communist term for agitation propaganda.

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On his website, http://www.battlesofcivilwar.com/author.htm this arrogant Hebrew modestly starts off by describing himself as follow, ahem: “Jay Robert Nash is one of the world’s foremost historians and encyclopedists. … ” Says who? Nash? Okay… ;-).

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Nash then claims he “served in U.S. intelligence” Really? Care to get more specific? FBI, CIA, NSA, Navy Intelligence, Army Intelligence, Air Force Intelligence? Aaaah, it’s not important…. ;-)

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We also learn from his bio that he has written “50 million words.” Well, at 250 words a page, that comes to two hundred thousand pages Mr. Nash claims to have written…. A Jew would never exaggerate or lie, would he? ;-)

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His I Am Innocent is over-all a compendium of innocent women and minorities that all supposedly were railroaded by the Evil White Gentile Male, including Evil Christian Clergy….. Here is a classic example of agitprop, where there is no doubt or nuance whatseover: one side is angelic (the brilliant though harmlessly nerdy Jew, or supporters of the Jews) — and the other side is Blackest evil, the Conspiracy Of The Prejudiced Gentiles.

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Saint Leo is depicted below as a feckless Woody Allen type, “nervous,” “shy,” but “articulate,” “brilliant,” and like all Jews, “a workaholic” , even trying to put better lead in his pencil….Yeah, I bet. ;-)

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Mary Phagan, who is of course just a shiksa ( = piece of meat in Hebrew) is not described in any complimentary manner at all, being just (to Nash) a disobedient goy who refused to submit to her Jewish lord and master. .

The one detail Nash writes about her, that she lived in Marietta, Georgia, is simply false. Mary lived in Atlanta, with people called her PARENTS, just ten minutes by trolley from her place of work….. No 13-year-old factory girl in 1913 is going to commute, one-way, 14 miles for a lousy $3/hr job in a jew sweat shop!

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Note that the “brilliant” “workaholic” Frank had laid off nine female employees because HE as superintendent had failed to keep the supply of pencil brass coming. Maybe next week he would have run out of erasers. Way to run a factory, Leo! Any chance you were hired because you were a Jew and so were the owners?

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More agitprop from Nasty Nash about JEW ANGELS VERSUS GENTILE DEVILS — We now meet the heartless prosecutor of the harmless, shy but of course brilliant Jew, one Hugh Dorsey:

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The goy Atlanta Police also hated All Jews, it seems….

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A Black woman scrubbing the floor, Nash enlightens us, overheard a “kike”-hating Atlanta detective teaching antisemitism to Jim Conley, and then Nash really comes into his own, and every goy in town gets it. Crusading publisher Tom Watson is even more or less accused of having a “mansion“, something Jews never own ;-) and from said Watson’s House of Hate and Bastion of Bigotry ;-) he “sent out hundreds of rural antisemites,” Orc-like, to hang shy and brilliant Jews. ;-) What exactly is implied by the term “rural”?

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That the people who grow our FOOD are subhumans?

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So why does the ADL still champion Leo Frank, an ineffable piece of manure?

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1) According to the Talmud, as I showed above, Jews see themselves as invested by Yahweh with the right to do whatever they want to goyim. So for Jews, what Frank did was not even wrong, but getting caught WAS. That was “bad for the Jews.”

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2) Sticking up for Frank shows both Jews and goyim the power of Jewish solidarity and clout. This is a demonstration of Jewish might so as to inspire fear — certainly bribing a governor successfully shows a lot of power — and it is an impressive public display of in-group bonding, right or wrong. Jews call themselves “The Tribe.” thex act tribal. But they deny US this right to care about the members of OUR tribe!

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But we weep for Mary Ann Phagan, and her family, and, above all else, we remember and we salute her courage, her proud fight to the very death against the Jewish monster who now seeks to dominate us ALL!

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We salute District Attorney Hugh Dorsey, and publisher Tom Watson, and (in this case) the justified lynchers, who violated only unjust laws to obey the Higher Law of God. And we hail all who have championed her for decades, such as her grand-niece and the comrades behind the gigantic compendium of facts known as:

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http://www.leofrank.org

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On June 25, 1915, a marble slab six feet long was laid over Mary Phagan’s grave in Marietta, one day before Leo Frank was executed by the manly forces of the people. On it was carved an inscription, written by publisher Tom Watson, now often decorated with toy animals by young and older visitors. It began:

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“In this day of fading ideals and disappearing landmarks,

little Mary Phagan’s heroism is an heirloom

than which there is nothing more precious

among the old red hills of Georgia.”

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===========Want more info on Mary Phagan and Leo Frank?

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http://theamericanmercury.org/2013/04/100-reasons-proving-leo-frank-is-guilty/ .

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===========THE ONCE VERY FAMOUS “Ballad of Mary Phagan” by Fiddling John Carson of Blue Ridge, Georgia

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(THIS VERSION takes out the name Leo Frank, no doubt under pressure, but other versions, such as the next one, do not)

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Little Mary Phagan

She went to town one day,

She went to the pencil factory

To get her little pay.

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She left her home at seven,

She kissed her mother goodbye,

Not one time did the poor child think

That she was going to die.

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Then a villain met her,

With a brutal heart, we know.

He smiled and said to Mary,

“You’ll go home no more.”

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He sneaked along behind her,

Till she reached the metal room.

He laughed and said,

“Little Mary, You have met your fatal doom.”

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Newt Lee was the watchman,

And when he wound the key,

Away down in the basement,

Little Mary he could see.

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He called for the policemen.

Their names I do not know.

They came to the pencil factory,

And told Newt he must go.

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The mother sits a-weeping.

She weeps and mourns all day.

She prays to meet her baby

In a better world some day.

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Judge Roan passed the sentence

And you bet he did not fail.

Solicitor Hugh Dorsey

He sent the brute to jail.

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Astonished at the questions,

The angels, they did say

Why he killed poor Mary

Upon one holiday.

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I have a notion in my head

That when Frank comes to die,

And stands the examination

In the courthouse in the skies…

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Now come on, all you good people,

wherever you may be,

–Supposing little Mary

belonged to you or me?

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Little Mary Phagan,

She went to town one day:

She went to the pencil factory

To get her weekly pay.

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She left her home at eleven;

She kissed her mother goodbye;

Not once did the poor girl think

She was going off to die.

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Leo Frank met her

With a brutish heart and grin;

He says to little Mary:

“You’ll never see home again.”

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Down on her knees she fell

To Leo Frank and pled.

He picked a stick from the trash pile

And beat her o’er the head.

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The tears rolled down her cheek,

The blood rolled down her back,

For she remembered telling her mother

What time she would be back.

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Newt Lee was the watchman;

He went to wind his key;

Away down in the basement

Was nothing he could see.

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They phoned for the officers;

Their names I do not know;

They came to the pencil factory,

Said to Newt Lee: “You must go.”

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They took him to the jail house;

They bound him in his cell;

The poor old innocent negro

Had nothing he could tell.

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Her mother sits a-weeping;

She weeps and mourns all day

And hopes to meet her darling

In a better land some day

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Come, all ye good people,

Wherever you may be,

Suppose that “little Mary”

Belonged to you or me!

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I have an idea in my mind

When Frankie comes to die

And stands examination

In the courthouse in the sky,

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He’ll be so astonished

To what the angels say

And how he killed little Mary

Upon one holiday.

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Judge Roan passed a sentence;

He passed it very well;

Then Christian doers of heaven

Sent Leo Frank to hell.

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The year 1913 was the Jewish takeover of America:

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1) Leo Frank and massive media, financial and political pressure to let the murderer off, flexing Jewish muscle

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2) the Federal Reserve (Jews would lend the nation its own money , but it had to be paid back at interest)

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3) the IRS and the federal income tax (which made huge foreign wars against Germany suddenly easy to finance),

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4) the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith, 5) direct election by voters of US senators, which gutted the power of the 50 states to stand up to Washington (the Founding Fathers had decreed in the US Constitution that the state legislatures would appoint US senators as ambassadors of the state governments to the federal government; direct election meant US senators were just a new set of federal politicians)

5) and the presidency of the Jew-blackmailed adulterer Woodrow Wilson, whose love letters to his mistress the Jews had bought. Despite running for re-election in 1916 on the reassuring slogan “He Kept Us Out of War,” when the Jews ordered him to declare war on Germany, Wilson obeyed, just weeks into his second term. (http://www.realzionistnews.com/?p=537)

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As Brother Nathanael (Kapner) writes:

Samuel Untermeyer was a prominent New York City attorney of the Law Firm, Guggenheim, Untermeyer, & Marshall. [He] produced a packet of letters written by Woodrow Wilson to the wife of a Princeton professor named Peck when they were neighbors at the university which established the scenario of an illicit relationship.

I think what the Knights of Mary Phagan all understood when the ADL got started and then the commutation was committed by the governor was that the Jew war machine money, law, and media– was just getting going on this lie.

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Those Jewish pitbulls would have launched an economic boycott of the State of Georgia akin to the later economic boycott of Hitler Germany and in the 1970s and 1980s, the “economic sanctions” as on the old White South Africa After the US Supreme Court rejected Frank’s final appeal, Leo Frank and the ADL shifted gears. The pedophile and his friends needed a new trial to get going.

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Under pressure, it is possible that even Judge Roan had gotten mealy-mouthed afterward, whining to a jewspaper (according to a supposed letter released AFTEr his death….) that “I had to respect the decision of the jury.”

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As with the Dreyfus treason trial in 1890s France, and the Beiliss ritual-murder trial in 1911 in Russia, the Leo Frank case would be used to:

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1) show how powerful the Jews were, and

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2) the goyim must feel guilt trips for their bigoted, hate-filled souls. All these trials were hate-crime hoaxes, and a kind of forerunner to the Holocaust hoax itself. Each trial became a pity-party and White guilt trip for the gullible.

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The jewspapers across the US foamed at the mouth when Frank’s death sentence was carried out by We The People. The Denver Post ran this editorial cartoon — the “Georgia mob spirit” crunches Frank’s bones, ignoring that the cr me de la cr me of Georgia society, not a mob of rednecks, had executed the fiend :

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But beyond that, the Jews felt a bond to the Leo Frank case. As we saw above in the Jew Jay Robert Nash’s book I Am Innocent, Leo was just a nerdy intellectual, brilliant, harmless, hard-working…. The Jews IDENTIFY with Leo. FEEL SORRY FOR ME!

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Also, Jews have a right under the Talmud to lie.

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In the 2009 move “the People vs. Leo Frank,” Frank lies to scoffing cops that he does not know Mary Phagan (but how dare goyim interrogate one of God’s Elect?)

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And they have a divine right to demand sex from their goy animals, whom their tribal god Yahweh gave them., and what could be better humiliation and a symbol of dominance than a shiksa on her knees giving oral sex to her Jew master?

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Jim Conley shows the jury how Leo liked it, and right in the office.

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You have to show the shiksa on her knees how. Conley would be the lookout.

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Tom Watson waged total media war against the Jew Frank

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Well, there is one even better sexual position to humiliate a goy with.

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Basically, Leo was living the life, making money, having sex, and dominating Gentiles. So one of his little domination game got out of hand and the girl got killed, so why do the goyim imagine they have any right to protest the decisions of A JEW?.

That was quite a year, 1913… With the moneybag Jacob Schiff, who later financed the Bolshevik Putsch (it was not a revolution) signing the public pledge as a sponsor of the ADL…. The Jews had already destroyed President Taft because he refused to break off economic ties with Russia and with the “antisemitic” tsar. Here is an example from Watson’s Magazine of October 1915 of the jewspaper media campaign to vilify Georgia after its people had executed Frank:

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Note the jew tactic in the last line of the Colorado newspaper’s attack:

“The general opinion is that Frank was innocent of murder and should not have been convicted on the unsupported testimony of a worthless negro.”

–First, the “general opinion” of the grand jury, the jury, 19 Leo Frank employees, the Black cook in the Frank house, the people of Georgia as a whole, the leading Georgia citizens, the Georgia Supreme Court and the United States Supreme Court — and, by her actions, of Mrs. Leo Frank herself!!! — was that Leo Frank was guilty as hell of sexual perversion, of sexual harassment of many impoverished young female employees, and then committed rape, murder and the attempted framing of others to send them to their death in his place.

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–Second, the testimony of Conley was SUPPORTED by Leo Frank’s FOUR CONFESSIONS!!!

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What the jewsmedia is doing is as always strategic diversion: Get people focusing on a sidetrack, Jim Conley and his lowlife past. Yes, Conley Was a “worthless Negro” — but that is the precise reason why Frank paid him double what he paid the skilled white workers — to get Conley’s silence as he carried on for months his perverted, adulterous sexual activities at the workplace!

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When David Duke ran for governor the Jews said we will ruin Louisiana if he wins. (Duke told me so himself.) First, there would be a boycott of all New Orleans tourism, then Wall Street would not grant any bonds to the state or the cities of La.

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The goy must be shown who is master. We shall see….

Roadside marker at Mary’s cemetery in Marietta

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There have been one movie newsreel (in 1915, after Frank’sd death sentence had been commuted but before he was lynched), three movies and a TV show by Jews glorifying the rapist-pedophile murderer, and of course a once very famous song in the South mourning Mary and vilifying Frank:

1) a 1915 newsreel which is not available today. Here was a classified ad in the New York Times of June 26, 1915 for the showing of this newsreel

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2) A 1937 movie with Lana Turner about it, entitled “They Won’t Forget,” a barely fictionalized film about the Leo Frank case (Ihttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/They_Won’t_Forget) by the Jewish movie director Mervin LeRoy, who, like many Jews, had changed his name to sound Gentile: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mervyn_LeRoy

“Back in the 1930s producer-director Mervyn LeRoy was known as a maker of some of Warner Brothers’ fiercest social document movies, such as Five Star Final, Two Seconds and I Am A Fugitive from a Chain Gang, a near open incitement to revolt against the injustices of the South.” http://www.dvdtalk.com/dvdsavant/s3526forg.html

Here is a summary of ” “They Won’t Forget”:

“A politically ambitious district attorney [ = Dorsey, played by the famous actor Claude Rains], unscrupulous tabloid journalists [ = Watson], and regional prejudice [ = evil White Southerners] combine to charge a teacher with the murder of his own student on a Confederate holiday.” Lana Turner, with her fair hair and blue eyes, plays the murder victim, Mary “Clay.”

“The New York Times’ reviewer Frank Nugent called They Won’t Forget ‘a brilliant sociological drama and a trenchant film editorial against intolerance and hatred.’ It was an early script for Robert Rossen, a liberal New Yorker [and Jew] who joined the Communist Party in the same year.” http://www.dvdtalk.com/dvdsavant/s3526forg.html

Wiki (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Rossen)

“Rossen was a member of the American Communist Party from 1937 to about 1947, and believed the Party was “dedicated to social causes of the sort that we as poor Jews from New York were interested in.”[1]

3) The Murder of Mary Phagan (1987), The film stars Jack Lemmon, Peter Gallagher, and Kevin Spacey, and won an Emmy in 1988.

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4) The 1964 television series “Profiles in Courage” dramatized Governor John M. Slaton’s decision to commute Frank’s sentence, The episode starred Walter Matthau (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walter_Matthau) [ = a Jew!] as Governor Slaton and Michael Constantine as Tom Watson.

5) People v. Leo Frank (2009), information about this film that was previously shown on PBS.

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As the ADL Teacher’s Guide to The People Vs Leo Frank admits (p. 24), the Jews pushed their luck by blatant, heavy-handed pushiness, and it backfired:

Among those who believed in Frank s guilt, anger built over what was perceived to be a massive show of Jewish money and power to sway public opinion and save one of their own. Fred Morris, a respected lawyer from Cobb County, summed up the feelings of the majority of locals: Mary Phagan was a poor factory girl. What show would she have against Jew money?

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When they found they couldn t fool the people of Georgia, they got people [newspapers and politicians] from Massachusetts, New York and California to try and raise trouble… A New York Sun article, entitled Jews Fight to Save Leo Frank, argued that prejudice did finally develop against Frank and…the Jews, but that Frank s friends were responsible:

The anti-Semitic feeling was the natural result of the belief that the Jews had banded to free Frank, innocent or guilty. The supposed solidarity of the Jews for Frank…caused a Gentile solidarity against him.

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In other words, it was the Jews themselves who provoked antisemitism in a Georgia and a Southland that had not been antisemitic at all before…… And because the Jews continue to this day to damn the White race over Leo Frank, a new antisemitism can arise as the truth about Frank and Little Mary Phagan case becomes known again, and how we all are victims of the Jews’ lies and murders.

On August 17 of that year of 1915, the very day of the carrying-out by courageous Georgian White men of the court’s sentence, the Jewish hotshot lawyer (excuse me, “esteemed jurist” ;-)) Louis Marshall went ballistic in the New York Times.

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Marshall as a Jewish shyster lawyer had tried to get the US Supreme Court to strike down the Frank conviction and death sentence, but only two of the nine Justices agreed, and one of them was a Jew himself, “the esteemed jurist” Louis Brandeis. ;-)

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Foaming at the mouth, the “esteemed jurist” Louis Marshall shredded the Bill of Rights, saying that the crusading publisher Tom Watson should be indicted for “first-degree murder” for demanding in his newspaper that the court-ordered execution of the convicted murderer Leo Frank be carried out. This was in effect an early Jewish call for “hate speech laws”! And what a vilification Marshall spewed!

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Tom Watson here speaks of his devotion to the truth and to Georgia, in a 1915 issue of his magazine (Vol. 12, issue 38)

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Here, Watson refutes the charge that no conflict of interest for Governor Slaton exists in pardoning his own client and he relays a sate supreme court justice defending vigilante justice (in the center panel) CLICK ON THIS TO ENLARGE!

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But let us never forget that the shabbaz goyim who collaborate with the Jew and sell their own folk out are by far our worst enemy of all.

In the very same NY Times article, a Mr. Magnus of the “Georgia Society” of New York City AND ALSO a former Confederate General named Roger Pryor (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger_Atkinson_Pryor) — who had moved to Jew York City and become a Jew York State Supreme Court judge [!] — both spewed lies against their own South, kowtowing to the Royal Jew Frank who had murdered Mary Phagan and to the other Jews who for two years had defended her killer.

Roger A. Pryor

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Notice how both men advance the lie that the vigilantes were “white trash.”

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Was the Speaker of the Georgia House of Representatives TRULY “of the lower element”?

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Were not almost ALL the heroes ACTUALLY “upper-class Georgians”?

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How embarassing for the Jews, who while being the lowest sum of the earth themselves, by ACCUSATORY INVERSION seek to depict our true racial heroes as the scum!

And this same Defamation machine two years later would vilify the Germans so as to get us into WWI, and then vilify them again to get us into WWII! Then after the war all White American males were vilified for:

1) not stopping Hitler in time so as to prevent the Holocaust [which never happened]

2) wiping out the Noble Red Man [which also in the very opposite of the truth: http://johndenugent.com/solutreanism]

3) oppressing Blacks

4) oppressing women…..

and now….

5) discriminating against “gays”

Next station?

6) Legalize pedophilia and ban “discrimination” by the evil White male against those whose “orientation” consists of “adult-child love.”[sic!!!]

THIS WILL NEVER END BUT JUST GET WORSE

UNTIL WE LEARN FROM THE HEROIC MEN OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA!

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WE NEED NOW THAT SAME HEROIC SOUL THAT THOSE GEORGIA MEN HAD!

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My video on the White-bashing Mexican movie “Machete”

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…..REMARKS ON THE 2000 AGITPROP DOCUMENTARY “SOUTHERN KNIGHTS”

“Southern Knights” 2000 [I have highlighted the Jewish names: six out of six ;-) ]

Southern Knights [videorecording] / director, Yuval Daniel. Corporate Author: Associated Producers (Toronto, Ont.) History Channel (Television network). Other Authors: Daniel, Yuvin.

The credits at the end reveal shamelessly that this screed was all-Jew.

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Format: Video Language: English Published: Toronto : Associated Producer, Inc., 2000 Subjects: Phagan, Mary, d.1913. Frank, Leo, 1884-1915. Murder Georgia Atlanta History. Uniform Title: Scandal! then and now (Television program). Summary: Using archival photographs, replays and commentary from lawyers, authors, and family members, recounts the murder of Mary Phagan in Georgia in 1913, the arrest of Leo Frank for her murder, and the outcome of the trial, which revived the Ku Klux Klan and led to the forming of the Anti-Defamation League of Bnai Brith. Item Description: VHS. An episode of the television program Scandal! then and now. Physical Description: 1 videocassette (47 min.) : col. with b&w sequences ; 1/2 in. Production Credits: Series producer, Simcha Jacobovi ; written by Yuval Daniel, Simcha Jacobovi ; narrator, Colin Linden ; produced in association with the History Channel.

Quotes from this film:

“The public demands satisfaction and gratification.” –Leonard Dinnerstein [Yes, sez Dinnerstein, the goyim had no interest in truth or justice so as to deter further rapes and murders. They just wanted to string up an innocent Jew….]

“Maybe Frank DID do things like this [factory managers taking sexual advantage of female employees] .”–Leonard Dinnerstein

Rapists OF ANY SKIN COLOR of White women and girls, Mr. Dinnerstein, were often hanged naked by outraged Southern White men. Leo Max Frank got off pretty light compared to these two Whites.

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“Conley withstood brilliantly 15 hours of cross-examination by Frank’s lawyers” –Leonard Dinnerstein

All three Atlanta papers, after publishing damning info on Frank, suddenly said his trial had not been fair and he should get a new trial. This was seen as evidence of Jewish money.

Slaton commuted the sentence with three days left in his term, four days before FOUR then skipped the state for two years.

The Knights of Mary Phagan had 100 members, of whom 25 participated in the paramilitary action.

Frank was grabbed in the infirmary, pantless, and hanged in his underwear with a blanket tied around his waist.

The movie “Southern Knights” (with full support from the Jews Leonard Dinnerstein and Harvard professor Alan Dershowitz) defame all Whites, All Southerners, all Georgians, the Whites people of Atlanta, Georgia, the innocent Jim Conley, and especially the District Attorney, Hugh Dorsey, and the publisher Tom Watson, directly claiming they knowingly killed an innocent man to advance their political career or magazine sales..

You Jews should talk about not executing AN INNOCENT MAN!!

 

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New developments:

(December 2013) http://johndenugent.com/english/english-hebrew-wood-film-jews-planning-new-leo-frank-was-innocent-movie

To understand Leo Frank and the Jews, you must read this: http://johndenugent.com/psychopaths-in-power

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…..”Saint” Mary Phagan? Yes!

How beautiful are the courage, integrity, and chaste maidenhood of our heroine, and how thrilling the manliness, honor and chivalry of the heroes in this true American legend!

And I do wonder if the Talmudic Jew Leo Frank did not choose to force himself on Mary that day BECAUSE that was Confederate Memorial Day????

Yes, a Northern, New York City Jew came down and raped and killed a Southern girl on their Confederate Memorial Day… Such a coincidence……….seeking to violate all that is sacred to the goy… chastity of a young virgin, the beauty of our race, and sex as part of honorable love, of marriage someday to an upstanding man that would adore her, and the sacred fulfillment of motherhood that carries our folk forward…

Now, Leo Frank-enstein had been “hitting on her” for months, and as a result she asked for an older boy to escort her to and from work.

So why did he choose THAT PARTICULAR DAY, Confederate Memorial Day, to force her to come in personally to pick up her pay, instead of the girlfriend doing it — and then make his violent, insistent physical moves on her?

To deflower and disgrace a pure Southern girl!

To humiliate all Southern menfolk!

To trample on their sacred day of mourning for their fallen!

To take from the luscious Aryan, auburn of hair and azure of eye, what he could not find in his own homely breed!

Mrs. Leo Frank

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Anyone who understands the strategy of Talmudic Jewry sees that trashing our heroes and spitting on all that to us is holy and revered is the core of the psychological war upon us!

To sadistically break our pride!

Every goy man a disarmed slave, every gentile lady a humiliated slut!

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It all reminds me of the searing question found in the great  song “Ah, may the red rose live alway”… by the great Irish-American composer Stephen Foster [photo], born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Stephen_FosterHis keltic musical genius also gave us the national classics “I Dream of Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair,” “Camptown Races,” “Old Susanna,” “Beautiful Dreamer,” “Gentle Annie,” and “My Old Kentucky Home.”

Here now is “Ah, may the red rose live alway!” with the question we all must answer….

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=su4Q3oB4fS0 sung by Thomas Hampson (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Hampson_%28baritone%29)

Here are the lyrics to “Ah, may the red rose live alway”

Ah! may the red rose live alway,
To smile upon earth and sky!
Why should the beautiful ever weep?
Why should the beautiful die?
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Lending her charm to ev’ry ray
That falls on her cheek of light,
Giving the breezes kiss for kiss,
And nursing the dewdrops bright.
Ah! May the red rose live alway,
To smile upon earth and sky!
Why should the beautiful ever weep?
Why should the beautiful die?
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Long may the daisies dance the field,
Frolicking far and near!
Why should the innocent hide their heads!
Why should the innocent fear?
Spreading their petals in mute delight
When morn in its radiance breaks,
Keeping a floral festival
Till the night loving primrose wakes….
Ah! May the red rose live alway,
To smile upon earth and sky!
Why should the beautiful ever weep?
Why should the beautiful die?
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During this radio show, where I am interviewed by host Tom Metzger, from exactly 23:03 to 24:20, Margaret Huffstickler, of Keltic ancestry like Stephen Foster and Mary Phagan….

http://blogtalk.vo.llnwd.net/o23/show/4/616/show_4616691.mp3

With me, overlooking Lake Superior in Upper Michigan…..

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….sings the first verse of this poignant song. Why indeed should the BEAUTIFUL die, and the INNOCENT fear?

And not the WICKED? The answer to that is in OUR HANDS, to take action against the evil!

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Heroic prosecutor Hugh Dorsey

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Brave publisher Thomas Watson (statue across from Georgia capitol)

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The sheriff, W.E. Swanson of Marietta and Cobb County, Georgia, who supervised the extraction of the convicted murderer from Milledgeville prison and his execution in Marietta — after two years of ridiculous delays

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GLORY to Mary Phagan —

and to the grown White Men,

inspired by HER little-girl courage,

who went forth and AVENGED HER!

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How much longer

shall the innocent fear the Jew,

and the beautiful die at his hand?

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…..What it all comes down to is this:

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I wage war on the lie and the slander Jews tell to this day against heroic men, against good, chivalrous, white Christian American males, claiming Leo Frank, was convicted and executed, not because of the facts, evidence, testimony and exhibits presented at the trial against Frank, but solely because of of some supposed anti-Jewish “prejudice.” That is a disgusting, racist, anti-Gentile blood libel spewed by pathological haters and bigots whose canard of “anti-Semitism” hides their own ANTI-GENTILISM!

And does anyone care about little Mary Phagan in all this power struggle and how she died? The last seconds of her innocent life?

And that Jews are knowingly sticking up for a rapist and child murderer just because he is a Jew?

And that the Talmud say is is okay to rape Gentile females?

Prosecutor Dorsey was wrong on one thing: Leo Frank was not being a bad Jew by raping and killing Mary. He was –believe it or not, read it in the Talmud itself  — being thereby a GOOD Jew and obeying the commands of his religion when he raped and killed her! “How dare a mere goy, a shiksa (“piece of meat”=) refuse the sex demands of her Jewish lord and master? Gentiles were created by God to serve the Jews!” That is why he struck out in rage! Sex on demand and the right to humiliate is  what the Talmud told Leo was his right!

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“If a Jew murders a ‘goy’ there will be no death penalty.” (Sanhedrin 57a)

“Jews may use subterfuges to circumvent a ‘goy.’” (Baba Kamma 113a)

“The ‘goyim’ are not humans. They are beasts.” (Baba Mezia 114b)

“All children of the ‘goyim’ (Gentiles) are animals.” (Yebamoth 98a)

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“Girls born of the ‘goyim’ are in a state of ‘niddah’ (menstrual uncleanness!) from birth.” (Abodah Zarah 36b)

“If you eat with a ‘goy’ it is the same as eating with a dog.” (Tosapoth, Jebamoth 94b)

“Sexual intercourse between the ‘goyim’ is like intercourse between animals.” (Sanhedrin 74b)

“Even the best of the ‘goyim’ should all be killed.” (Soferim 15)

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Judaism is a hate-filled, rape, torture and death cult. It must be banned under federal, state and local law and ALL its practitioners arrested for conspiracy to libel, steal, rape and murder.

It is not a religion; it is a worldwide psychopathology!

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 Thus say I, father of two daughters and grandfather of two granddaughters! Save the children!

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……MY MAJOR ESSAYS ON LEO FRANK AND MARY PHAGAN — A WHITE VICTORY AGAINST THE JEWS!  Five years of my commitment to this American breakthrough, when white men stopped talking and ACTED! 

 

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1. Video-Promo: Script for John de Nugent’s Promo-Video About the Murder of Mary Phagan and Lynching of Leo Frank
http://johndenugent.com/glory-to-mary-phagan-and-the-white-men-who-avenged-her-2/script-for-glory-to-mary-phagan-video

2. Part One: Glory to Mary Phagan and the White Men Who Avenged Her Honor
http://johndenugent.com/glory-to-mary-phagan-and-the-white-men-who-avenged-her-2

3. Part Two: Conclusion of Glory to Mary Phagan and the White Men Who Avenged Her Honor
http://johndenugent.com/glory-to-mary-phagan-and-the-white-men-who-avenged-her-2/glory-to-mary-phagan-and-the-white-men-who-avenged-her-conclusion

4. Audiobook: 2015 Centennial Reboot of Jeffersonian Publishing Company’s ‘Watson’s Magazine, January, 1915, The Leo Frank Case’ Edited by John de Nugent
http://johndenugent.com/english/100-years-ago-tom-watson-blasted-leo-frank-hebrew-homeys

5. The Jewish Daily Forward Article Analysis: John de Nugent’s Response to the Editorial of The Jewish Daily Forward by Paul Berger
http://johndenugent.com/glory-to-mary-phagan-and-the-white-men-who-avenged-her-2/forward-com-editorial-of-august-21-2013

6. Open Letter to Paul Berger of The Jewish Daily Forward: Open Letter from John de Nugent to Paul Berger of The Jewish Daily Forward
http://johndenugent.com/glory-to-mary-phagan-and-the-white-men-who-avenged-her-2/script-for-glory-to-mary-phagan-vi6eo/open-letter-to-paul-berger-of-the-forward

1 Comment on Glory to Mary Phagan and the White men who avenged her (conclusion)

  1. John de Nugent, Well Done! But the racist Jewish supremacists of ADL, SPLC and Simon Wiesenthal center will continue to spread lies about the Leo Frank case by enabling their army of Jewish pseudo-historians and tabloid journalists to falsify the evidence and lie by omission.

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