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Default The Murder of Little Mary Phagan by Mary Phagan Kean (1987) Read by Alex Linder (2015)

After listening to 'The Murder of Little Mary Phagan Audiobook' read by Alex Linder (2015), please listen to the same orator read The American Mercury's centennial analysis about the trial of Leo Frank (2016).

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'The Murder of Little Mary Phagan' by Mary Phagan Kean (1987) has been transformed into an audiobook by Alex Linder for the VNN learning college beginning on June 1st, 2015, for the 116th birthday of Little Mary Phagan (June 1st, 1899 - April 26th, 1913).

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Audiobook analysis, thoughtful insight commentary and reading by Alex Linder in 2015 of this classic book published in 1987, 'The Murder of Little Mary Phagan' by Mary Phagan Kean (Born June 5th, 1954).

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Of the four versions of this book created, the Internet Archive deleted the version by Alex Linder. The other three versions are still available, at least for now. Chances are the Jewish HIV+ groups like ADL/SPLC will pressure Internet Archive to delete the other versions to, so it is recommended people make backup copies of them.
Jews have aggressively dominated the false narrative of the Leo Frank Case since 1913, but as of 2013 you can finally learn everything the Jews have tried to censor & suppress at The Leo Frank Research Library:
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"The Internet Archive" removed this review of The Murder of Little Mary Phagan, which was posted in 2013, and updated in 2015.

Here is the review of the book recently deleted with the audio book:

The Alex Linder audiobook version of "The Murder of Little Mary Phagan" was purged by the Internet Archive ( in August 2019 at the request of the Slimeburger Jewish Hasbara Rats.

The best source for the audiobook of "The Murder of Little Mary Phagan" is still available at The American Mercury though.

Audiobook: The Murder of Little Mary Phagan by Mary Phagan Kean (1987), Read by Vanessa Neubauer, 2015 the centennial year of Leo Frank's lynching.

Little Mary Anne Phagan (Tuesday, June 1, 1899 -- Saturday, April 26, 1913) was raped and strangled by Atlanta B'nai B'rith President Leo Max Frank (April 17, 1884–August 17, 1915) which resulted in one of the most contentious criminal cases of the early 20th century, leading to the birth of the Jewish Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.

August 17, 2015, Update:

A superb rendition of The Murder of Little Mary Phagan - that was originally written and published in the late 1980s by Mary Phagan-Kean - has been orally transformed in 2015 by Vanessa Neubauer and published in audiobook format at the end of the 2015 centennial year of Leo Frank's lynching.

Please visit the link below and listen to the audiobook version of the book The Murder of Little Mary Phagan.


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CENTENNIAL REVIEW (Published on April 26, 2013): The Murder of Little Mary Phagan was written by Mary Phagan-Kean (Born: Friday, June 5, 1953) and published by New Horizon Press (September 15, 1989).

The Murder of Little Mary Phagan by Mary Phagan-Kean is an exceptionally insightful semi-autobiographical sketch detailing a fascinating journey exploring one of the most infamous and sensational criminal cases in the annals of early twentieth-century Southern legal history. This book provides an intimate view of the Frank-Phagan case from the adult grandniece of the teenage victim, known as "Little" Mary Anne Phagan, the tragic child laborer who was murdered one hundred years ago on April 26, 1913, in downtown Atlanta, Georgia.

The Apocryphal Deconstructed: An Anti-Gentile Blood Libel and Jewish Hate Crime Hoax Finally Debunked

This true crime monograph is generally regarded as the most even-handed book about the Frank-Phagan case (1913–1915) and its contentious aftermath (1982–1986). It also reveals many facts and evidence concerning the crime investigation found in no other books. Most importantly, Phagan-Kean dispels one of the central anti-Christian, anti-Southern, anti-White and anti-Gentile conspiracy theories perpetuated by the Jewish community about the Frank-Phagan case-the apocryphal hate crime hoax and blood libel that has been reasserted in the popular culture for more than one hundred years as of 2013?-?the disingenuous Frankite thesis that Leo Frank was suspected, indicted, convicted, denied his appeals, and hanged because of widespread White, Southern, and Christian anti-Semitism. Moreover, the bootlicking former Governor of Georgia, attorney Roy Barnes is publicly claiming crowds of people outside the Fulton County courthouse in Atlanta were screaming terrorist and anti-Semitic death threats at the trial jury in 1913, and so-called Jewish civil rights groups (like ADL) are pushing anti-White hate crime hoaxes into the mainstream on their websites, claiming mobs of people were screaming "hang the Jew" into the open courtroom windows during the Leo Frank trial proceedings.

In the Yawning Darkness on Sunday Morning, April 27, 1913

After old Newt Lee, the newly hired African-American nightwatchman at the National Pencil Company, punched the timeclock in Leo Frank's second-floor business office at 3:01 o'clock a.m., he went down to the stygian basement for the purpose of using the racially segregated Negro toilet. When he completed his business at the cellar's Earthen-Closet and went to check the nearby large sliding wood and steel framed door of the service ramp leading to an alley, something out of the ordinary appeared faintly in the gloom. As Lee held up his flickering smoky lantern closer, it appeared to be a dead child who had been horribly mauled. Lee stepped back in a state of shock and disbelief, briskly shuffled his feet away from the dead body to the head of the basement and climbed up the ladder to the ground floor lobby of the factory and then clambered up the creaky wooden flight of stairs to the second floor so he could call his superintendent Leo Frank. But after 8 minutes of trying to reach his boss, no one answered, so Newt called the operator and asked to be connected with the local police station.

First Contact With Atlanta Police

The grisly discovery launched an investigation that began precisely at 3:24 o'clock a.m. on Sunday morning, April 27, 1913, when the graveyard shift call-officer, W.F. Anderson was notified by wall telephone from what seemed like a frantic Negro, about the horrific discovery.

A squad car filled with a few patrolmen and Britt Craig (a young, one year veteran Atlanta Constitution Journalist) was immediately dispatched by call officer Anderson moments later. What happened next, was later revealed at the Leo Frank trial, more than three months hence, as first responders described in detail on the witness stand what events occurred upon their arrival at the National Pencil Company around 3:40 o'clock a.m. until 7:00 o'clock a.m., when they finally connected with Leo Frank at his residence by phone.

Day Break

As dawn broke, after the police repeatedly failed to reach Leo Frank by phone, having attempted to call him all night long, they finally made contact at about 7:00 a.m. and informed him they were going to be driving to his residence to have a word with him, though they did not tell him what specifically had been discovered at the factory. Police rushed over to the Selig residence & met Lucille wearing a cotton bathrobe, and then after some brief communication with Leo Frank, they carried the superintendant directly to the morgue for the purpose of identifying the filth-covered dead body of an unknown little girl.

The police already knew it was Mary Phagan by 4:00 o'clock a.m., after Grace Hicks a factory employee and nephew-in-law to one of the squadcar drivers, W.W. "Boots" Rogers, had ID'd her coworker, but the crimescene investigators wanted to see how the superintendant of the factory would respond. After Leo Frank claimed to be unsure about the identity of the dead girl, police officers drove him to the factory in an effort to have him pinpoint the approximate time of Phagan's arrival via his accounting books.

The timeline and countdown to murder was established with "Saturday, April 26, 1913, at 12:03 o'clock p.m."

On the second floor of the National Pencil Company, inside Leo Frank's window-front business office, at about 8:00 a.m., he opened his payroll ledger and told the police officers that Mary Phagan had arrived at about 12:03 o'clock p.m., yesterday on Saturday, April 26, 1913, and that she arrived then, asking for her pay envelope, and upon receiving it, she had left. Frank went on to tell the police he had not left his business office until 12:45 p.m. on that fateful yesterday.

Monday, April 28, 1913, at 9:00 a.m.

The next day, Monday morning, April 28, 1913, at the Atlanta Stationhouse, Leo Frank in the presence of his lawyers, Luther Rosser and Jew Herbert Haas, would make a deposition, changing the time of Phagan's arrival to his office from 12:03 p.m., to between, "12:05pm to 12:10pm, maybe 12:07pm" (State's Exhibit B, Leo Frank Frank's Monday April 28 Deposition, Trial Brief of Evidence, 1913; Atlanta Constitution, August 2, 1913).

Tuesday, April 29th, 1913

Leo Frank was arrested on suspicion of murder, Tuesday, April 29th at 11:35 o'clock a.m., it would be his last day of freedom. Two days after Frank's arrest, Jim Conley the factory roustabout was arrested on Thursday, May 1st, 1913.

A milestone in the Mary Phagan Murder Investigation

Something very interesting happened exactly one week after the murder of Mary Phagan on Saturday, May 3, 1913. The event was an unexpected surprise and major breakthrough that occurred when detectives stumbled upon one of the many young female child laborers who were tendering their resignation from the National Pencil Company (NPCo). This significant former employee was fourteen year old Monteen Stover, who was accompanied by her incensed stepmother, making what astonishingly turned out to be a second attempt at collecting her pay envelope because she had failed to retrieve it the first time on Georgia Confederate Memorial Day, when she came to the factory alone at five minutes past noon.

When police detectives thoroughly questioned Monteen Stover, she revealed something rather curious that would become the crux of the entire murder case:

Little Miss Stover said to the murder investigators who were searching for new clues at the factory, that when she had arrived at the NPCo exactly one week ago (April 26, 1913) and made her first attempt to get her weekly wages, she was unable to do so because Leo Frank was not inside his office, like he normally was in the past at the normal payoff time, which was regularly designated as Saturdays at noon. More chronologically specific, Stover said Leo Frank's office was empty when she waited inside it from, 12:05 o'clock p.m. to 12:10 o'clock p.m., and that she knew this time segment to be accurate because it was based upon the office's wallclock.

This was earth-shattering news to investigators, because on Monday, April 28, 1913, Leo Frank in the presence of his elite defense attorneys made an unsworn stenographed statement to a room full of Atlanta police detectives, where Frank precisely stated he was in his office alone with Mary Phagan between 12:05 p.m. and 12:10 p.m. (The full text of this type recorded statement is published in the Atlanta Constitution, August 2nd, 1913). Even more significant is the fact Leo Frank initially told the police on Sunday, April 27, 1913, that, not only had Mary Phagan come to his office at 12:03 p.m., but he did not leave his office until 12:45 p.m. At this juncture in time, the pieces of the confounding puzzle were starting to interesting for those who were charged with solving the criminal mystery and though a number of people were arrested, the dragnet seemed to be closing in tight around Leo Frank.

Sunday, May 4, 1913, The Moment of Truth

Without Leo Frank knowing the police had discovered and questioned 14-year old Monteen Stover at the factory, Atlanta policeman John R. Black and Pinkerton Detective Harry A. Scott, approached Leo Frank in his jail cell on Sunday, May 4, 1913, and asked him to please confirm again, if he had been in his business office every minute on Saturday, April 26, 1913, from noon to 12:45 p.m. and Leo Frank responded with an affirmative 'Yes'. The officers then took a slightly different angle and asked Leo Frank if he had been in his office every minute on Saturday, April 26, 1913, from noon to about half past noon (12:35 p.m.), and Leo Frank responded again with an affirmative 'Yes'. The reason Leo Frank was asked twice to recollect about his timeline whereabouts on that fateful day 8 days prior, was because it represented a fundamental inconstitency which seemed to pinpoint the approximate time Mary Phagan was being strangled to death in the metal room, a location 60-something meters down the hall.

It was then at 8 days after the murder of Mary Phagan occurred, the police had newly discovered a discrepancy in Leo Frank's alibi which for all intents and purposes might have solved three major questions in the mystery of when, where and how. Leo Frank would maintain stoically up until his trial that he had never left his office, from noon, until he went upstairs to the fourth floor at 12:45 pm, to tell two employees he was getting ready to leave the building for dinner (dinner is what they called a hot lunch back in the early half of the 20th century, especially in 1913).

The Curious Contradiction

As far as the police were concerned, the murder alibi of Leo Frank had possibly been unintentionally shattered by 14-year old Monteen Stover, but they would have to wait three and a half months to find out how Leo Frank would account for his whereabouts in the controversial timeline dispute, because approximately 14/15 weeks is how long Leo Frank would maintain that he never left his office in the immediate period time of Mary Phagan's arrival or thereafter, but then something electrifying happened… Something stupendous which the Jewish community would continue to suppress for more than a century… (keep reading to find out how Leo Frank eventually accounted for this stupendous incongruity)

The apogee of the Leo Frank Murder Trial, August 18, 1913

At his murder trial (July 28 - August 21, 1913), Leo Frank directly responded to the contradiction in his alibi caused by Monteen Stover's trial testimony (She testified early in the trial, she also testified at the grand jury hearing which indicted Leo Frank on Saturday, May 24, 1913).

Leo Frank finally answered specifically why his office "might" have been empty at the exact same time he formerly claimed (State Exhibit B) Mary Phagan was with him alone in his office, doing an aboutface. Leo Frank changed his original whereabouts that he maintained for almost 113 days about having never left his work space during the critical time, to explain the REAL reason why his office chair was empty on Saturday, April 26, 1913, between 12:05 pm and 12:10 pm, and not only was it deliciously ironic and a delectable twist, but in providing his newfangled explanation, he ineluctably gave away the solution to who killed Mary Phagan, which the police already knew with a strong degree of certainty in the early part of the month of May!

Hint: The Atlanta police and state's prosecution team believed the theory Leo Frank murdered Phagan in the metal room near the men's toilet and they used their given time at the trial to assert this theory.

Unique Trial Analysis

Mary Phagan Kean also offers a uniquely neutral analysis of the month-long capital murder trial, which began on Monday, July 28, and led to Leo Frank's Monday, August 25, 1913, murder conviction, after the jury deliberated for about two hours.

Verdict and Sentencing

The decision to convict that was rendered by the 12 White men sworn to evaluate the evidence, testimony and exhibits, also included a "without mercy" sentencing recommendation to the presiding Judge, which translated that the jury desired a death sentence be meted-out for Leo Max Frank. Both the conviction & sentencing recommendation were affirmed the next day by the presiding Judge, the Honorable Leonard Strickland Roan on Tuesday morning, August 26, 1913, at 10:30 a.m. Roan sentenced the duly convicted Leo Frank to death by way of hanging as prescribed by the law at the time. The execution date was first scheduled for 6-weeks later, October 10, 1913, but appeals postponed the execution date repeatedly for two more years until it was scheduled for the last time to be administered on Summer Solstice 1915 (June 22nd).

The Corrupt Governor of Georgia, John M. Slaton AKA Jack Slaton

Leo Frank's subsequent failed appeals, that had been initiated from Wednesday, August 27, 1913, until he had depleted all his federal appeals options by April 1915, were followed by a shocking turn of events. His eventual death sentence commutation by the corrupt Governor of Georgia John M. Slaton, on June 21, 1915, at the 11th hour, led to a massive crowd of 1200 angry citizens protesting around the streets of the Governor's mansion. The angry mob was quelled and dispersed by a local armed militia.

The law firm of 'Luther Rosser, Morris Brandon, John Slaton and Benjamin Phillips'

Rarely ever mentioned in connection with Leo Frank's commutation is the fact that Governor John M. Slaton was part owner of the law firm representing Leo Frank at his trial in the Fulton County Superior Court and appeals to the Georgia Supreme Court. The law firm was officially called 'Rosser, Brandon, *Slaton* and Phillips' (the 'Slaton' was Georgia Governor John M. Slaton), and this politically powerful law group officially formed in May of 1913, well before Leo Frank's trial began at the end of July, 1913.

The Most Visceral Governmental Ethics Violation of 1915 in Georgia

Governor Slaton had essentially commuted the death sentence of his own law company's client, after two years of failed appellate review at every level of the United States legal system. Thus naturally the public became righteously indignant and outraged, because of the obvious conflict of interest regarding his law partner L.Z. Rosser having had represented Leo Frank. The gross ethics violation was one of the most flagrant in Georgia history and Slaton's betrayal to the constitutional oath of Georgia's highest executive office was in the eyes of the citizenry, treasonous because Slaton shared equally in the profitable earnings of his law group. Luther Rosser had been paid a $15,000 retainer to represent Leo Frank during his trial, and considerable more sums of money during the lengthy appeals process.

Many people in the 21st century poignantly ask the question, "Can you imagine what the outcry would be like if that exact same gubenatorial conflict of interest happened today?"

June 22nd, 1915

Leo Frank was whisked away by motorvehicle to the train station where he rode, flanked by police shaperones to the nearest stop by Milledgeville, and then driven by motor vehicle again to the Milledgeville State Penitentiary, which in total was located some 125 miles away.

The Night Shanking of Leo Frank

About one month later, Leo Frank was attacked in prison and had the left side of his neck and throat slashed at about 11:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 17, 1915. The shanking was conducted by fellow inmate William Creen, also convicted of homicide. Leo Frank barely survived the attack. A physician inmate who was serving a life sentence for murdering his lover's husband, saved Leo Frank by stitching him up as best he could under the circumstances. A lot of blood was lost by Frank in the immediate aftermath of the attack and it was a miraculous he had survived the traumatic wound to his left jugular vein.

The Lynching of Leo Max Frank

On Monday, August 16, 1915, Leo Frank was abducted from the prison's infirmy ward in a well-executed military commando-style raid, by some of the most prominent citizens in the State of Georgia. Frank was driven for 8 hours Northwest from Milledgeville to near the delineated edge of Atlanta and Marietta, and then extrajudicially hanged at sunrise on August 17, 1913. The site of Leo Frank's lynching was at former Sheriff William Frey's Gin (now 300 feet south of 1200 Roswell rd, Marietta, Georgia).

ADL Changes its Name in 1987

Born in the blood of Mary Phagan and aftermath of the conviction of Leo Frank, the Jewish Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith (1913–1987) becomes just ADL, removing the B'nai B'rith part of its name, some Seven decades (72 years) after the lynching of Leo Frank and 74 years after its founding. This was to distance itself from being founded on Leo Frank's behalf. The well organized Jewish community applied political pressure and conducted backroom deals, lead by three Jewish extremists organizations:

#1. Anti-Defamation League (ADL) of B'nai B'rith,

#2. Atlanta Jewish Federation

#3. American Jewish Committee

And prominent individual Jews (Charles Wittenstein, Dale Schwartz and others) and other politically influential Jewish groups in the background, which resulted in a highly political posthumous pardon without criminal exoneration for Leo Frank officiated on Tuesday, March 11, 1986.

The Perjeror Alonzo Mann

Leo Frank's office boy Alonzo "Lonnie" Mann (b. August 8, 1898 -- d. March 18, 1985) who provided obviously falsified testimony for the pardon had died a year before the posthumous pardon of Leo Frank.


The Leo Frank case continues to capture the imagination of the public, now more than ever, as 100 years have passed since this celebrated criminal case began. On April 26, 2019, 106 years after Mary Phagan was slain, Roy Barnes convinced Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard, to launch a conviction integrity unit to exonerate Leo Frank.

Brief Biography of Leo Frank (1884 to 1915)

Leo Max Frank was born in Cuero, Texas, on Thursday, April 17, 1884, to the local postmaster, Rudolph Frank (November 5, 1844 - January 15,1922), an immigrant of Germany (1869), and his homemaker Rachel Jacobs Frank (April 16, 1859 - Jan 1st, 1925), who was a native New Yorker from Brooklyn. The Frank family moved 3 months after Leo's birth back to Brooklyn in the middle of July 1884, where Leo was raised and educated in the NYC public school system.

Two years after Leo Frank was born, Marian Jacobs Frank (October 18, 1886 - April 2nd, 1948), in her adult life she would marry Otto Stern.

After completing college prep work at the Pratt Institute Highschool of Brooklyn (1898–1902), Leo Frank matriculated into the Ivy League Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. At Cornell in the Fall of 1902, during his freshman year, Leo Frank chose to major in Mechanical Engineering and became very active in several college groups (debate club), sports teams (basketball and tennis) and general college social life. He was also an avid chess player.


During the summer break of 1905, between his Junior and Senior year at college, Leo Frank went with his wealthy uncle Moses Frank on an overseas sojourn, spending the summer traveling around Europe and visiting with extended family.


In the fall of 1905, Leo Frank began his senior year of college. And after successfully graduating on June 21, 1906, with a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, Leo Frank bounced around from one job to another, until he visited his rich uncle Moses Frank (1841 to Monday, October 24, 1927) in Georgia, mid-October of 1907. There in Atlanta, Leo Frank meets with a delegation of Jewish businessmen to discuss a potentially lucrative venture manufacturing the raw industrial materials necessary to process, and assemble pencils.

After visiting Atlanta for two weeks, Leo Frank made the very serious life-changing decision, and decided he wanted to make a career move down South. To fulfill this promise, Leo Frank would again go on another sojourn overseas to Europe, arriving at the port in Cuxhaven, Germany, this time to study with the world-renowned Eberhard-Faber in Bavaria.

According to surviving passport documents, Leo Frank left NYC on November 7, 1907, ocean-bound for Europe. Once in Germany, Frank began diligently studying the pencil manufacturing process. After his 9-month engineering apprenticeship was completed, Leo Frank returned to NYC, August 1, 1908, on the USS Amerika, and then briefly stopped at his home on 152 Underhill Street in the borough of Brooklyn to visit his family (Rudolph, Rachel, and sister Marian) for a few days.

On August 4, 1913, Leo Frank embarked on a Southbound train from Penn Station in Manhattan with his weathered leather luggage and relocated to the capital of Georgia. Frank arrived at Terminal Station in Atlanta on August 6, 1908, and started a new life in the Heart of the South. On Monday morning, August 10th, 1908, Leo Frank began his first day of work at the National Pencil Company, located at 37 to 41 South Forsyth Street in downtown Atlanta. On September 1, 1908, he was promoted to the factory's General Superintendent.

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 patrician Southern family whose ancestor Levi Cohen on the maternal side of Lucille Selig's family founded the first synagogue congregation in Atlanta two generations prior. What was in 1913 called the Hebrew Benevolent Society, or just simply "The Temple".

Once established in the capital of the New South, Leo Frank emerged as a rising star, becoming very actively involved with Jewish philanthropy and Atlanta's upper-crust society life. And even though Frank was born in Texas, and raised in Brooklyn, he assimilated rather quickly in Georgia and was elected B'nai B'rith President of the Gate City Lodge #174 in Atlanta, September 1912, by its local 500 member Jewish fraternal order.

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 its director, but also as a stakeholder through the acquisition of company shares. His high rank and partial ownership enabled him to receive $100 a monthly stipend as a courtesy by the company directors while he was imprisoned.

The National Pencil Company 1908 - 1916

Founded on April 8th, 1908 (Atlanta Constitution announced its founding), the National Pencil Company had eventually developed three major divisions of its industrial process:

1) Cedar slat wood mill for producing pencil shafts,

2) Smelting foundry for producing lead pencil rods,

3) The HQ production facility where the industrial materials were processed and final production occurred.

The National Pencil Co. headquarters (NPCo) was where Thirteen-year-old Mary Phagan had begun working as an entry-level child laborer beginning in the early Spring of 1912 at the young pre-teen age of twelve years old, she was employed for about a little more than a year (13 months) before she was murdered.

Pre-teen children as young as 10 years old worked at the NPCo sweatshop, and it was said they would hide when city inspectors would show up. Mary Phagan worked about 150 feet down the hall from Leo Frank's office on the 2nd floor, where she participated in the finishing production stages of the pencil manufacturing process. Mary Phagan worked in the metal department AKA the machine room, known colloquially by factory employees as the "metal room", in a section called the tipping department (her workstation was adjacent to the only set of bathrooms located on the second floor). Using a knurling machine, Phagan's tedious job involved inserting rubber erasers into the paper-thin brass metal tubes that were partially attached around the cap ends of pencil stock.

The Only Toilets Located on the Second Floor Where in The Metal Room

One of the most important details rarely mentioned by Leo Frank partisans about the "metal room", where Mary Phagan worked 6 days a week, was that the only bathrooms on the second floor were situated there-which became a critical detail to the solution of her murder. Moreover, Mary Phagan's work station was less than 4 feet away from the men's bathroom entryway and Leo Frank would regularly pass immediately by her workstation every day when he needed to use the toilet. And given that Leo Frank was known for drinking copious amounts of black coffee during his work days, he would have passed by Mary Phagan doing her tedious repetative job on a regular basis during the year she toiled for pennies an hour.

Death Announcement

Word of Mary Phagan's death had already reached all of Atlanta after a newspaper "Extra", published by the Atlanta Constitution at the behest of Britt Craig, was released on Sunday, April 27, 1913, just hours after the normal Sunday morning edition already appeared. A full front news page announcement in the Atlanta Constitution was released on Monday morning.

April 28, 1913 The New Work Week Begins.

Forensic Evidence Discovered, Monday, April 28, 1913

It was the metal room, where an unusual 5-inch wide bloodstain pattern crowned with spatter droplets was found on the floor adjacent to the bathroom entryway, and hair soaked with blood that had dried, was found tangled around the solid iron handle of a lathe at an adjacent wall. The forensic evidence suggested it was the metal room, not the basement where Mary Phagan had been initially murdered.

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 at work to start the fresh work week after the state holiday weekend festivities. As Barret's hand reached for the handle of his lathe, his fingers became entangled with hair that was not previously there the prior Friday evening, April 25, 1913, at 6:00 o'clock p.m. when he left his workstation in the metal room, collected his pay at Leo Frank's office and went home.

Once the word got out about the discovery of hair and blood forensic evidence in the metal room, it traveled like wildfire around the factory. The young employees erupted into emotional hysterics, flocked to the metal room, gawking at these unusual bloodstains on the floor, and the strange tangled tress of 6 to 8 hairs scrambled around and suspended from the iron crank handle of the bench lathe. A number of employees immediately recognized the hair as distinctly belonging to Mary Phagan, and testified to this effect at the Leo Frank trial which occurred months later.

Machine Lubricant Haskolene Powder

A white powdery machine lubricant known as haskolene was found suspiciously smeared and rubbed into the fresh bloodstains on the metal room floor near the bathroom entryway. What was so significant about the location of the bloodstains is that they were conspicuously near the front of the men's bathroom door, and adjacent to where Phagan's workstation was located. The powder smearing appeared to be a half-failed attempt to cover up some of the key forensic evidence, but the blood bled upward through the white powder, turning it into dark maroon stains with variations of white, pink and red. The bloodstains also had a "starburst" spatter pattern behind them indicating the direction of how it came into contact with the floor. Many have wondered why a better clean up job wasn't performed after so much effort was done to remove the cadaver of Mary Phagan from the metal room to the rear of the basement 2 floors below.

Botched Crime Scene Clean-up Job

The poorly conducted "clean-up job", gave the appearance to having been a failed attempt at obscuring the bloodstains near where the murder victim-it was later revealed-was first discovered by Jim Conley the factory sweeper. Conley testified he found the slain corpse in the men's toilet area. But he qualified the finding that it was Leo Frank who had confided in him that he had struck the girl in the metal room and that she had fallen and hit her head on something.

Little Mary Phagan's Life (1899–1913):

The 55 hour workweek Mary Phagan performed at the pencil factory for about 7.5 cents an hour (actually 7 and 4/11 cents an hour), earning her $4.05 every 7-days was her small way of helping support her five siblings, and widowed mother Frances (who remarried a cotton mill worker named John William Coleman in 1912). Mary Phagan's stepfather knew Mary and her family quite well, for about 4 years, before marrying into the Phagan family. Mr. Coleman identified the hair found on the lathe machine as belonging to Mary Phagan, as did several other employees who worked in the metal room (See: Georgia Supreme Court Records, 1914).

The Temporarily Layoff of little Mary Anne Phagan

During the week before Phagan's murder, a shortage of brass sheet metal supplies at the factory had led to a reduction in her work hours and she was temporarily laid off by orders of Leo Frank on Monday, April 21, 1913, until the new shipment of supplies could be replenished. However, because of the up and coming holiday, there were delays. Phagan's wages for the shortened workweek 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, 1913, the week she would be assaulted and killed.

George Epps

Flash Back to the First 48 Hours of the Mary Phagan Murder Investigation

George W. Epps made statements on Monday afternoon on April 28, 1913, providing troubling allegations to Atlanta police, stating that Mary had told him in confidence that Leo Frank harassed her sometimes, and he often made lascivious sexual innuendos and inappropriate insinuations toward her.

Frank was also said to be flirting with Phagan in a kind of pervy and creepy manner. According to Epps, Mary told him specifically that Leo Frank would sometimes run up in front of her, hover, thus ostensibly blocking her way when she was trying to leave work at the end of the day, and during the workday he would pester her, get a little bit too close for comfort, touch her shoulders & stare at her lecherously and then smile. Phagan allegedly suggested to Epps she was growing ever more annoyed of her superintendent. But Phagan was a poor girl from an impoverished family and she greatly depended on her wages.

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

Epps was lured to Alabama with the promise of a job and then coerced into signing a false affidavit under strange circumstances of duress, repudiating what he had originally told the police. 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. 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 Jewish lies and counterfactual recantations. Epps had been entrapped as part of the Leo Frank defense team's vast subornation of perjury scandal.

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

When the police arrived on the scene in the basement of the National Pencil Company at 3:45 a.m., they found Mary Phagan's mangled body on the remnants of a sawdust 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 concealed the garrot (the cord used to strangle Mary). Her dress was soaked in from top to bottom in urine, as if someone had intentionally "sprinkled" all over her body.

When Atlanta Police scoured the basement there was evidence Phagan had been dragged by her feet face down from the basement's elevator entry, 140 feet, before she was dumped near the cellar's incinerator. Phagan's face was so scratched up, punctured, and covered with charred cinders, that at the initial sighting by the police first responders, they were unsure of her race, thinking she might be a young negress or negrette. They had to roll down a stocking from her knee to see for sure whether or not she was White or Negro. 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 eye socket with a left fist (Leo Frank was left-handed), there was also a major gash on the back of her head (from the lathe handle). The knitted bloomers of Mary Phagan were still around her hips, but torn open across the vagina up to the seam of the right leg, she had the appearance of having been violently raped, with blood and discharge present on her 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, that she had been strangled to death with. One of the state physicians who performed an autopsy, testified under oath, to several instances of sexual violence, and internal vaginal bruising, torn flesh and inflammation, suggesting some kind of rape either penile or by fingers occurred before she was killed.

Leo M. Frank, Factory Superintendent

When the detectives arrived at Leo Frank's in-laws home, they asked if they could speak with Mr. Frank and Lucy welcomed them into the parlour of her parents home, before they went into the living room to greet the NPCo superintendant.

Like typically 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. Police intimated Leo Frank appeared to be badly hungover, 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 instead. Lucille understanding the intimation quickly retorted that her father had drank all the available alcohol in the house to settle his upset stomach.

Leo Frank then began asking questions in rapid fire succession, faster than the police could answer them in time. Frank's voice sounded hoarse and he struggled with simple tasks like fixing his collar and tie before leaving with the police to identify the dead body. Moreover, Leo kept saying he hadn't had breakfast and kept insisting for a cup of coffee as if he was trying to delay the process of presumably being taken to the industrial plant he managed.

Mary Phagan Who?

The police asked Leo Frank if he knew Mary Phagan, and he immediately denied knowing any Mary Phagan, saying he would need to in a sense check his staff human resources ledger to be sure. Frank then made some passing remark about not really knowing the girls who worked for him. The significance of Leo Frank claiming to not know Mary Phagan become an important circumstance against him further into the investigation because it was later determined by factory records, she had worked in his employ for more than a year on the exact same floor as his office and Frank had to walk by her workstation everyday to reach the men's "water closet" to use the toilet.

Another incriminating fact against Leo Frank's claims of not knowing Mary Phagan, was the payroll ledgers revealed that she had collected more than 53 pay envelopes from Leo Frank during her year of employment and during that time she logged an impressive 2,750+ work hours registered 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 supplies).

At the trial, several employees testified indicating Frank knew Mary Phagan quite well and was on a first-name basis with her, others suggested they saw Leo Frank behave inappropriately toward girls working at the factory, like caressing the shoulders of the girls working for him.

The Ugly Racist and Anti-Gentile Framing of the Nightwatchman ("night witch") Newt Lee

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 6:00 pm on April 26, 1913 to 3:00 am on Sunday, April 27, 1913. 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 4 disparate intervals, creating 4 hours of unaccounted for time. It put even greater suspicion on Newt Lee, because the old Negro lived less than half an hour walk away from the factory, thus the interval lapses suggested he had more than enough time to go home, potentially hide evidence and return to the factory.

B'nai B'rith Member Herbert Haas Gives Intimations to Search Newt Lee's Shack

After Frank made his Monday morning, April 28, 1913, deposition to Atlanta Police that became known at the trial as State's Exhibit B, he told the police to check his body for scratches and visit his home to inspect 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 forth the dirty laundry basket and the clothes within it, that indicated no bloodstains. Herbert Haas had been the one who gave this inspiration to the police. 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 for evidence. And surprise-surprise, guess what they found?

Tuesday, April 29, 1913

Tuesday morning, April 29, 1913 at 9:00 o'clock a.m., the police entered the Negro Newt Lee's shack without a warrant (violating his constitutional rights) using a skeleton key, outside his residence at the bottom of a garbage burn barrel, they found a suspicious-looking clean, but bloodied 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 was forged and planted there to intentionally frame Newt Lee. What also made detectives think the shirt might have been fabricated to railroad Newt Lee is because the shirt, aside from the oddly placed bloodstains, appeared clean and did not have the distinctive "African odor" on it, as they later recalled, when they each had taken turns sniffing it.

Newt Lee's Supposed Blood-Incriminated Shirt

Several contrived elements perplexed Atlanta Police about Newt Lee's shirt, the fact it was:

1) clean, but 2) covered with oddly placed blood smears, and 3) had no funky "African scent".

These factors taken together gave the suggestion the shirt was meant to incriminate Newt Lee as prime culprit, but naturally, the police curious thought why? When the police questioned Newt Lee about the shirt, he said someone gave it to him 2 years ago, it was hanging in his closet and he hadn't worn it since. Newt Lee also hadn't arrived at the factory, until numerous hours after Phagan was theorized to have been killed in the noon hour.

At that moment, the police began thinking, perhaps someone was trying to implicate Newt Lee the nightwatchman as the real murderer, because the "death notes" were written with Lee's job title misspelled as "night witch" (factory employees called the nightwatchman colloquially Nightwatch) written on them. Night witch was a mispelling of nightwatch, so it was theorized the person who did the killing was not the nightwatchman, but someone who knew him and since Lee was a relatively new employee who worked during the graveyard shift after employees were going home for the day, it meant someone in the leadership of the factory, perhaps a forman or the superintendant.

Newt Lee's Forged Timecard and Bloody Shirt

The time card contradiction seemed odd, because one day (Sunday, April 27, 1913) Leo Frank said it was punched perfectly and a police officer was actually looking over his should at the card when the remarks about its accuracy were delivered, the next day (Monday, April 28, 1913) Leo Frank said it was supposedly missing 3 or 4 punches, creating hours of missing time, and then finally the odd shirt, all together were circumstances that began directing strong suspicion away from Newt Lee and onto Leo Frank, at least in the minds of the Atlanta Police and detectives investigating the crime. Especially when all taken together with the strange "death notes" found next to Mary, describing Newt Lee aesthetically (Tall, Slim, Dark, Negro, Night Witch). Its important that these facts be repeated, as they were above because these were the pieces of the puzzle early in the investigation.

Leo Frank is Arrested By Police and Mary Phagan is Buried

Tuesday the day Leo Frank was arrested was also the day Mary Phagan was buried at the Old Marrietta Cemetery.

The 27-Year-Old Negro Janitor James "Jim" Conley (Born 1886)

On Thursday afternoon, May 1st, 1913, the day watchman E.F. Holloway called the police to report that he saw Jim Conley washing out reddish stains from his shirt in a factory sink. When the police arrived and examined it drying on an overhead iron pipe, they noticed the stains were rust, not blood, and returned the shirt back to Conley, but then arrested him on suspicion of slaying because the "death notes" found next to the slain corpse of Mary Phagan had been written in what appeared to be Negro dialect, what is today called ebonics (ebony + phonics) in politically correct circles. Only 8 negros worked at the factory, so they all became persons of interest.


The Atlanta police "sweated" Jim Conley using the 3rd-degree methodology (good cop / bad cop) and after weeks of initial failure and three half-truth affidavits, Atlanta's finest finally got Conley to admit he was an accessory-after-the-fact to the crime. More importantly, the police finally got the details out of Conley, about the events leading up to him finding the dead body of Phagan in the men's toilet area of the metal room and how he transported the cadaver to the basement. The seasoned inquisitors also were able to get glimpses from an eye witness account of how Leo Frank was plotting and orchestrating a racist frame-up against Newt Lee on the afternoon of April 26, 1913. The police tried to arrange a dialogue confrontation between Conley and Leo Frank, but Frank refused, and this occurred in the European-American racial separatist/segrationist South, where the accusations of a Negro against a White man would usually be given much less credance than viceversa.

What Happened According to Jim Conley

Jim Conley admitted he was asked by Leo Frank to move the corpse of Mary Phagan to the basement and then once back in the business operations office "ghostwrite" dictated "death notes" in his own words as if they were written by Mary Phagan, while she was in the middle of being raped. It was necessary they be written in Negro handwriting and dialect, to draw suspicion to another Negro and therefore the police would be less likely to be looking for someone White like Leo Frank. In the South, it was considered the highest outrage for a Black man to rape and murder a White girl. The bigoted plot was Ivy League brilliant and sinisterly racist, because it put two Negroes between Leo Frank and Mary Phagan.

For the anti-Gentile intrigue to work perfectly, all Jim Conley had to do was make sure he kept his mouth shut long enough for the racist gambit to play out and succeed with the hanging of innocent Newt Lee, but it took the cops less than three weeks to crack Conley and Leo Frank's engineered racist framing fell apart.

The Oddity of the Mary Phagan Death Notes

The murder notes were a very contrived attempt to make it appear as if an ignorant semi-literate Negro was trying to charade the notion that Mary Phagan had written the her own last moment notes before dying, after she went to the bathroom in the metal room, but was pushed down a hole beforehand and then sexually assaulted by Newt Lee in the basement. This was Leo Frank's embarrasingly formulated scheme.

The Night Witch Did It

The notes found by Phagan's head in the basement where unmistakably clear in their attempt to pin the crime and point suspicion on the graveyard shift security guard Newt Lee, because they physically described him exactly. Lee was taller than average about 6'1" to Leo Frank's 5'8". Other than a pot-belly, Newt Lee was slim and lankey, he was a very dark-complected negro. Lee's job title colloquially 'Night Watch' was misspelled and then ebonicized in negro dialect as 'Night Witch'.

Looking back from the 21st century to 1913, the "death notes" cause many people to ask themselves, when or ever in American history has a Blackman committed battery, rape, robbery, strangulation and mutilation of a White girl, and then stuck around to ghost 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 her mother, describing what happened from the perspective of the victim.

"I write while he plays with me"… but the notes were unbelievable from the start, because Atlanta P.D. thought never in history has someone written notes while they were in the midst of being raped. It seemed too farsical.

The Defendant Leo Max Frank's Case Falls Apart

At the trial of Leo M. Frank (July 28, 1913, to August 21, 1913), Harry A. Scott of the Pinkerton National Detective agency was hired by Sigmond Montag, treasurer of the National Pencil Company to "ferret out the murderer no matter who it was". There was some conflicting testimony about what Leo Frank had said concerning a question Mary Phagan asked him (Mr. Leo Frank) at 12:02 pm or 12:03 pm on April 26, 1913.

On Monday, April 28, 1913. Pinkerton Detective Harry Scott was told by Leo Frank that Mary Phagan asked him "Has the metal come in?". Leo Frank said he told her "No", but Scott told the jury, Leo Frank said to him that he said he told Phagan: "I Don't Know?"

it tended to create a scenario of four dimensional time and space with Leo and Mary walking together toward the metal room for the purpose of "finding out if the metal supplies had arrived yet", as the brass was normally kept in the metal-room's closet, not far from Mary Phagan's workstation.

Star Witness Monteen Stover and the (THIRD) Leo Frank Incriminating Admission

The real star witness at the Leo Frank trial it turns out was not only Jim Conley, but the 14-Year-old White girl Monteen Stover, who stood at 5'2" tall and her height became significant with regards to the 4-foot tall safe in Leo Frank's office.

Monteen Stover who liked Leo Frank and defended his character at the trial, had inadvertently put Leo Frank's murder alibi into question. Leo Frank swore to his lawyer (Luther Rosser), the Coroner Paul Donehoo, and Atlanta police detectives during the investigation into Phagan's murder that he had never left his office on April 26, 1913, around the time of Phagan entering his office and leaving. However, Monteen Stover had arrived at the factory to collect her weekly pay envelope just a few minutes after Phagan arrived, but she did not bump into Mary Phagan walking down the stairs to leave the factory or climbing up the stairs to get her pay, and Leo Frank was not in his office as he had claimed. Nor was Leo Frank aware that Monteen Stover had arrived and waited for him inside his second-floor office for the full five minutes between five minutes past noon and 10 minutes past noon.

The jury naturally would ask themselves, how come Monteen Stover neither coming or going from the factory didn't bump into Mary Phagan between 12:04pm and 12:11pm, as it took about 1 minute (48 seconds) to reach Leo Frank's second-floor office from the front door of the factory lobby and about the same time to leave the factory from the said office.

An Electrifying Plot Twist!

Leo Frank would change his alibi-story about never leaving his office and respond to the testimony of Monteen Stover stating, he might have "unconsciously" gone to the only bathroom in the metal room during that exact time!

Leo Frank Gave the Jury the Final Answer to the Mary Phagan Murder Mystery on Monday Afternoon, August 18, 1913, at 2:46 pm

Leo Frank Mounted the Witness Seat and Solves the Mary Phagan Sex Murder, Quote:

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 [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 [located in the metal room at the rear of the second floor]. 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).

The crescendo of the Leo Frank Murder Trial:

See: State Exhibit A and Defendant Exhibit 61 (3-dimensional and 2-dimensional architectural plats of the National Pencil Company).

Leo Frank ineluctably entrapped himself beyond escape, because the only men's toilet on the second floor was located within the metal room, it was the metal room where the murder forensic evidence was found (dry blood-soaked hair and bloodstains on the floor) 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 shortly afternoon. Based on the digestion of cabbage and bread in Phagan's stomach, the state medical examiner placed the time of death at 30 minutes to 45 minutes after she ate her poor girl's brunch. Since her mother, Frances Coleman (nee Phagan, nee Benton) had testified Mary sat down to eat at 11:30, it put the window of her killing between noon and a quarter past noon, at the earliest and latest, respectively.

To make matters even worse, Leo Frank had made a statement (as stated above, known as State's Exhibit B, see The Atlanta Constitution, August 2nd, 1913) stenographed by notary G. C. Febuary on Monday morning, April 28, 1913, but Frank's office was empty, according to Monteen Stover during that same time, when she came for her pay.

And then it happened, the "OH BY THE WAY" moment occurred!

Leo Frank replied to this incongruity in the timeline, by saying he might "unconsciously" have been inside the metal room's bathroom using the toilet (when the murder was presumed to have occurred), the exact location where Jim Conley had stated to the Jury on April 4th, 1913 that he found Mary Phagan dead and laying on the floor spread-eagle, after Leo Frank allegedly told him that he hit her because she wouldn't have sex with him ("I wanted to be with her, but she refused me, so I hit her, and she fell and hit her head on something"). Because Monteen Stover said his office was empty during this time, everything came together in alignment and the case was thereafter "open and shut".

The Perorations of Defense and Prosecution Counselors

Be sure to read the *abridged* final closing statements of State's prosecution team leader, the Solicitor General Hugh Manson Dorsey and 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.

One should also read the long-winded *unabridged* closing arguments of Hugh Manson Dorsey published in 1914 as 'The Argument of Hugh M. Dorsey' (available on the Leo Frank Research Library). Copies of this peroration have been disappearing from libraries, and we might wonder who has a vested interest in making such items vanish from history? Especially in light of how his masterful speech helped to convict Leo Frank.

The Leo Frank trial would make history, because it would be the first time in the South, the testimony of two Negroes (James "Jim" Conley & Newt Lee) would provide evidence that in part, led to the conviction and death sentence of a Whiteman by an all-White jury, in the White racially conscious American South (a place where Jews were respected, highly regarded and treated as equals to Whites). The claims of anti-Semitism are categorically false.

Firebrand Tom E. Watson

Many would argue the best post-trial analysis of the Leo Frank statement tantamount to a "murder confession" is articulated by the long-time criminal defense lawyer, and populist politician Tom Edward Watson. In his Watson's Magazine, January, March, August, September and October of 1915, and his weekly Jeffersonian Newspaper, in some specific issues during the years of 1914, 1915, 1916, and 1917. Though some would argue his best analysis on the Leo Frank trial are found in Watson's Magazine issues August and September of 1915.

Leo Frank's Appeals August 27, 1913 to April 19, 1915

Numerous half-baked and 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 the United States Supreme Court, all of these appeals were denied after careful review, with lengthy decisions written and rendered (see: Leo Frank Appeals to the Georgia and Federal Supreme Court 1913, 1914, 1915). In the Spring of 1915, Leo Frank had exhausted all of his court state and federal appeals, and the United States Supreme Court voted unanimously they would no longer hear any further appeals.

Commutation June 21, 1915

The departing Governor of Georgia, John M. Slaton, deciding to commute the death sentence of his own law groiup's client, Leo Frank, just days before the end of his last term as Governor and one day before Leo Frank was scheduled to be hanged on June 22, 1915, was an act of political suicide. It didn't matter, as Slaton was leaving office anyway on June 26, 1915, and he earned 25% of his law firm's lucrative profits. Slaton left Georgia and went on a tour of the United States.

Mass Protest At Governor's Mansion

The protest at the Governor's mansion formed to angrily protest the commutation, because it was egregiously unconstitutional, not because of the ethnoreligious bigotry of anti-Judaism as some Jewish activists have suggested.

Seldom do books written by Jewish authors ever mention Slaton's law firm was called Rosser, Brandon, 'Slaton' and Phillips (the 'Slaton' was Governor John M. Slaton) and the fact this law group represented Leo Frank during his appeals with the exception of his federal appeals. Rosser only represented Leo Frank at the Fulton County Superior Court and Georgia Supreme Court level, he bowed out for Frank's federal appeals.

But even with the commutation, Leo Frank's time in jail as a homicidal pedophile-rapist was not going to be easy.

Leo Frank Prison Shanking, July 17, 1915

Leo Frank got shanked in prison by a fellow murderer inmate named William Creen, who used a 7-inch butcher knife to slash open Leo Frank's juggular vein. To add anti-Semitic psychological warfare to the incident, rumors began circulating the knife had been used for slaughtering hogs. Leo Frank barely survived the attack, thanks to inmate doctors who came to his aid in the nick of time and stitched him up. The tender wound was slow to heal in the hot & humid summer of 1915. Frank spent his time recovering in the prison infirmery and it would 4-weeks later be removed from the prison.

The Lynching of Leo Frank

One month after the shanking incident and almost 2 months after Leo Frank received his controversial clemency, a well-organized group of about 25 to 35 men, many of whom were from Georgia's highest strata of politics and society, organized themselves into a vigilence committee. The claim they called themselves the 'Knights of Mary Phagan' is a manufactured Jewish hoax in a fallacious attempt to link the lynch party with the KKK. The lynching of Leo Frank was not the impetus for the founding of the second iteration of the KKK, it was the movie 'The Birth of a Nation'. One of the common tricks Jews use, is to conflate things for their benefit.

This newly formed group of Georgia's elites, sought to fulfill the conviction of the jury and death sentence judgment ratified by Judge Leonard Strickland Roan. From their point of view, this band of men sought to deliver righteous retribution in the form of "Southern Style Vigilante Justice", which is often called by the mainstream: Lynching or extrajudicial execution.

From Milledgeville to Atlanta

After more than 2 months of careful planning, Leo Frank was kidnapped from the minimum security Milledgeville penitentiary infirmary on the evening of Monday, August 16, 1915, at 10 p.m., then driven all through the night for 8 hours and lynched in the early hours of August 17, 1915, from a mature oak tree's sturdy branch, a few miles away from where Mary Phagan had formerly lived before she was slain. Leo Frank asked that his wedding ring be returned to his wife, as his last wish, and it was anonymously returned to Lucille Selig.

Post Lynching, August 17, 1915

Once word got out about the lynching, Leo Frank's dangling body, gently twirling in the breeze, became a public spectacle, photographs were taken and pictures of Leo Franks lifeless body suspended by rope 4-feet above the ground became popular postcards. Leo Frank was cut down and one hot-headed yahoo started stomping on his face and chest and other people had to pull him away and calm the savage down.

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. 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, Saturday, April 26, 1913. Some children would tease her saying she was a re-incarnation of the well known victim.

Phagan-Kean would learn a startling secret when people started asking her questions about her familiar name, so she asked her family if she was somehow connected to the Mary Phagan who was murdered about half a century ago in the National Pencil Factory. When her family revealed the truth about her familial relation, she immediately became insatiably interested in learning about the investigation, events 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,Little Mary Anne Phagan (1899 to 1913) and the biography of Leo Max Frank (1884 to 1915).

B'nai B'rith

Leo Frank was the President of the 500 member Atlanta Chapter of B'nai B'rith beginning his first term in 1912, and even after his conviction, he was unanimously re-elected again in September 1913 (see: Atlanta Constitution, September 24, 1913), until his term expired in September 1914. Leo Frank actually ran the affairs of Atlanta B'nai B'rith while being held in jail during his appeals.

As a result of his 1913 conviction, the case turned into a national scandal and eventually evolved into a sensational cause celebre for the Jewish Community. Leo Frank's conviction, would become the galvanizing force of false "anti-Semitism" charges, catalyzing and galvanizing the formation of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith or ADL, founded in October 1913. Jewish activists often mention the false assertion the lynching of Leo Frank sparked the revival of the defunct and nativist ethnic nationalist Ku Klux Klan (KKK) on November 24, 1915, when in fact it was the film "The Birth of a Nation". One of the Jewish strategies is always the "othering" of people not like them, so their entire ethnic activism approach is to frame everything as "us versus them" or "good Jews, versus bad yahoos".

The KKK (which is oddly a Christian organization), considers themselves the "immune system of the United States of America" against the hyperethnocentric Jews, providing an immunal, White blood cell response to what they perceived as an infection of JewisHIV+ in the United States of America, as a host-body, infected by a well organized Jewish virus/parasite community. The ADL considers itself on the other hand, the foremost civil rights group in America and the world, defending Jews and Israel against criticism, calling such criticism "anti-Semitism".


Jewish Scholars overwhelmingly produced the lion share of all the written "persecution and victim-centric" books, articles, web sites, scripts, video, media, songs, Broadway plays, documentaries, miniseries and texts about the subject of Leo Frank and Mary Phagan, and almost unanimously allege widespread Antisemitic Gentiles were behind it all. The Leo Frank case his coreligionists claim is "a textbook case of Anti-Semitism"; the railroading, and framing of an innocent Northern Jewish Man, a "Yankee Jew" because of widespread Gentile anti-Jewish racism, prejudice and religious hatred.

Leo Frank partisan books often leave out volumes of the relevant facts, evidence, affidavits and testimony concerning the Leo Frank case when it tends to be incriminating. One common theme of Leo Frank's defenders is they engage in dishonestly spinning the facts convenient to creating doubt about his guilty verdict and making racist blood-libel smears against non-Jews.

If you dear reader or any one for that matter, ever has any doubts about Leo Frank's guilt, please study both the brief of evidence and Georgia Supreme Court records with respect to the case!

1982 and 1983: The Alonzo Mann Media Circus

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 in 1982 at the behest of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith to provide new statements about what he saw on April 26, 1913.

In 1982, which was about 69 years after the murder of Mary Phagan and trial of Leo M. Frank, Alonzo "Lonnie" Mann went public with a questionable, highly dubious story, claiming he had withheld information from the Leo M. Frank legal defense team, police, Solicitor General Hugh M. Dorsey, Judge Leonard Strickland Roan, the Jury of 12 White men, Appeals Courts, Slaton's Commutation hearing and seven decades of people.

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 (he formerly said he left the factory at 11:30 am), and saw the Negro Janitor Jim Conley, carrying the body of Mary Phagan on his shoulder, and that Jim Conley reached out his hand for Alonzo Mann and said to the young boy, "if you tell anyone, I will kill you". Alonzo Mann claimed he ran home and told his family and his mother told him not to tell anyone.

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

First, why would White parents in a White racial separatist Georgia of 1913, tell their White son not to tell the police about a "murdering", and thus ostensibly guilty black janitor Jim Conley, with the result being an "innocent" clean-cut White boss, Leo Frank -- who gave their son a highly prized job -- wrongfully going to gallows? Instead of a guilty Negro?

Second, why would White parents allow their son to report to work on Monday Morning, April 28, 1913, right after their son was threatened with death on Saturday, April 26, 1913?

Alonzo Mann Reported for work Monday morning, April 28, 1913, when all the forensic revelations were made at the National Pencil Company and he too witnessed them when he went back to work after the holiday weekend.

Third, if Alonzo Mann admitted in 1982 he lied under oath at the Leo Frank trial in 1913 (about leaving at 11:30 am instead of noon), what's not to say he wasn't lying again in 1982 / 1983, when he said he had gone back to the factory at 12:05 pm after leaving at noon?

70 years after the trial, he was asked why he came back, and he said it was about a baseball bet he made with Schiff, but everyone knew Herbert Schiff was not meant to come to work that day, including Herbert Schiff who hinted as such at the trial.

Fourth, Alonzo Mann said he came back to the factory at 12:05 pm, this was about the time Monteen Stover said she came to the factory, how come Monteen Stover didn't walk in on this horrifying scene either or see Jim Conley trying to carry the body of Mary Phagan down the staircase which was near Leo Frank's office?

Fifth, when Jim Conley was arrested and held by police there was no risk of Alonzo Mann being "killed", he could have safely approached the police, but he didn't and it defies common sense he would supposedly keep quiet about such an incident because his "mom told him so" and allowed him to return to work where Jim Conley was present.

The ADL tried to use the Alonzo Mann hoax to get a posthumous exoneration for Leo Frank at first in 1982–1983, but it failed. But they didn't give up, three long years of political machinations, backroom wheeling, and dealing continued until a second attempt was made.

1986: ADL Second Attempt, Partially Successful

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

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 Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles forgave Leo Frank with a pardon, but kept Leo Frank's GUILT intact and thus did not disturb the verdict of the Leo Frank Trial judge and jury.

On March 11, 1986, a pardon without exoneration of guilt was issued by the board:

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.

The pardon was a grotesque symbol of ADL power and reminded the American people who really runs politics in the USA.

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

As of March 11, 1986, Leo M. Frank still remains guilty in the eyes of Black Letter and Settled Law, forevermore (hopefully), though he was forgiven of his crime by the board, he was not forgiven by the public that detests rapist-pedophiles and child killers. Leo Frank's partisans cite the posthumous pardon as proof of Leo Frank's innocence, but he was not officially absolved of the murder by the State of Georgia.

Mainstream Media Falsification of History

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, all mostly created by Jews making a mockery of the life of a little Christian girl, who is used as nothing more than a cheap plot device to launch Leo Frank's persecution hoax at the hands of evil anti-Semitic Goyim.

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 American anti-Semitism. The efforts to transfigure Leo Frank from a pervert, pedophile, rapist, and strangler into a holy Jewish religious martyr of collective Gentile prejudice has continued unchallenged in the popular culture for more than 100 years.

Jewish Blood Libel

The anti-Gentile blood libel accusations against the Stone Mountain circuit prosecution team (Hugh Dorsey and Frank Hooper), Southern European-Americans and people of all races or ethnicities, who collectively think Leo Frank was guilty based on the evidence, continues to this day by the organized Jewish community.

Leo Frank's Ineluctably Incriminating Statements

Three Leo M. Frank incriminating statements considered admissions equivalent to murder confessions From the 1913 Brief of Evidence

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 August 4, 1913) and Georgia supreme court case file about Leo Frank (1913, 1914).

2. Lucille Selig Frank, Saturday Late Evening, April 26, 1913, 10:30 PM (See Minolla McKnight June 3rd Statement, State's Exhibit J, Brief of Evidence, 1913)

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, 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). Only the Atlanta Journal published this fact, both the Georgian and Constitution censored it. Compare Leo Frank's "unconscious" bathroom statement with State's Exhibit B, Leo Frank's deposition given on Monday, April 28, 1913.

The Fourth Leo Frank Admission, an authorized Jailhouse interview Published in the Atlanta Constitution,

4. 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 won't ever dare to mention the "unconscious" bathroom murder trial 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 pm and 6:00 pm. Thoughtful and analytical interpretations of the statement Leo Frank made to counter Monteen Stover's testimony are always left out of most Leo Frank revisionist books, even though it proves Leo Frank's guilt indisputably when juxtaposed with State's Exhibit B and Jim Conley testimony about finding Mary Phagan dead in the metal room bathroom (see: State's Exhibit A, item #9), at the behest of Leo Frank (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).

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 1,800 page Leo M. Frank Georgia Supreme Court Case File (1913, 1914).
This Review Published on April 26, 2013

Excellent sources of research and information about the Leo Frank Case include:

The Leo Frank Case Inside Story of Georgia's Greatest Murder Mystery 1913?-?is the first neutral book written about the murder of Mary Phagan and trial of Leo Frank. Available on the Leo Frank Research Library.*

The Murder of Little Mary Phagan by Mary Phagan Kean. Written by Mary Phagan Kean, the great grand-niece of Mary Phagan. A neutral account of the events surrounding the trial and appeals of Leo Frank, including his posthumous pardon. The Murder of Little Mary Phagan is well worth reading and it is a refreshing change from the endless number of Jewish authored modern and contemporary books, disingenuously transforming the Leo Frank case into a neurotic, anti-Gentile, race-obsessed tabloid controversy.

Available on the Leo Frank Research Library.

American State Trials, volume X (1918) by John Lawson tends to be biased in favor of Leo Frank and his legal defense team. This case commentary review provides an *abridged* version of the Brief of Evidence, leaving out some of the important testimony and evidence when it republishes parts of the trial testimony. Be sure to read the abridged closing arguments of Luther Zeigler Rosser, Reuben Rose Arnold, Frank Arthur Hooper, and Hugh Manson Dorsey. For a more complete version of the Leo M. Frank trial testimony, read the 1913 Leo Frank Case Brief of Evidence. Available on the Leo Frank Research Library.

The argument of Hugh M. Dorsey in the Trial of Leo Frank. Some but not all of the 9 hours of arguments given to the Jury at the end of the Leo Frank trial on August 22, 23, and 25, 1913. Only 18 libraries in the United States have copies of these statements in book format. This is an excellent book and required reading for students of the Leo Frank case to see how Hugh Dorsey, in sales vernacular, 'closed' the panel of 13 men (the trial jury of 12 men plus Judge Leonard Strickland Roan). Available on the Leo Frank Research Library.
Leo M. Frank, Plaintiff in Error, vs. the State of Georgia, Defendant in Error. In Error from Fulton Superior Court at the July Term 1913, Brief of Evidence. Only three official original copies from 1913 and 1914 exist at the Georgia State Archive. Digital version is available on the Leo Frank Research Library.
Three Major Atlanta Dailies: The Atlanta Constitution, The Atlanta Journal and The Atlanta Georgian (Hearst's Tabloid Yellow Journalism). The most relevant issues center around April 28th to August 28th, 1913.

Atlanta Constitution Newspaper: The Murder of Mary Phagan, Coroner's Inquest, Grand Jury, Investigation, Trial, Appeals, Prison Shanking and Lynching reported about the Leo Frank Case in the Atlanta Constitution Daily Newspaper from 1913 to 1915. Digital version is available on the Leo Frank Research Library.

Atlanta Georgian newspaper covering the Leo Frank Case from late April though August 1913. Digital version is available on the Leo Frank Research Library.

Atlanta Journal Newspaper, April 28, 1913, through till the end of August 1913, pertaining to articles about the Leo Frank Case: Digital version is available on the Leo Frank Research Library.

Leo Frank confirms he might have been in the bathroom at the time Monteen Stover said his office was empty (12:05 pm to 12:10 pm): See the Atlanta Constitution, Monday, March 9, 1914, Leo Frank Jailhouse Interview. Digital version is available on the Leo Frank Research Library.

U.S. Senator Tom Watson

Tom Watson's Jeffersonian Newspaper (1914, 1915, 1916 and 1917) and Watson's Magazine (1915). 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 serially on the Frank-Phagan affair, provide logical arguments confirming the guilt of Leo M. Frank with the superb reasoning of a seasoned criminal attorney. These five 1915 articles published over numerous months are absolutely required reading for anyone interested in the Leo M. Frank Case. Originals of these magazines are extremely difficult to find.

The Leo Frank Case By Tom Watson (January 1915) Watson's Magazine Volume 20 ?3. See page 139 for the Leo Frank Case. Jeffersonian Publishing Company, Thomson, Ga., Digital Source version is available on the Leo Frank Research Library.

The Full Review of the Leo Frank Case By Tom Watson (March 1915) Volume 20. ?5. See page 235 for 'A Full Review of the Leo Frank Case'. Jeffersonian Publishing Company, Thomson, Ga., Digital Source version is available on the Leo Frank Research Library.

The Celebrated Case of The State of Georgia vs. Leo Frank By Tom Watson (August 1915) Volume 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 version is available on the Leo Frank Research Library.

The Official Record in the Case of Leo Frank, Jew Pervert By Tom Watson (September 1915) Volume 21. ?5. See page 251 for 'The Official Record in the Case of Leo Frank, Jew Pervert'. Jeffersonian Publishing Company, Thomson, Ga., Digital Source version is available on the Leo Frank Research Library.

The Rich Jews Indict a State! The Whole South Traduced in the Matter of Leo Frank By Tom Watson (October 1915) Volume 21. ?6. See page 301. Jeffersonian Publishing Company, Thomson, Ga., Digital Source version is available on the Leo Frank Research Library.

Tom Watson's Jeffersonian Weekly Newspaper

The archive of Tom E. Watson Digital Papers, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, contains the full collection of Jeffersonian Newspapers:

Modern Leo Frank cult members (known as Frankites) are posing as neutral reviewers and attempting to convince people not to read Tom Watson's analysis about the Frank-Phagan affair. Watson's analysis of the case is the controversial forbidden fruit of truth that have been censored for more than 100 years. For a nearly complete selection of Tom Watson's Jeffersonian newspaper articles specifically related to the Murder of Mary Phagan and Leo Frank Case. Digital version is available on the Leo Frank Research Library.
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. Digital version is available on the Leo Frank Research Library.

Leo Frank Georgia Supreme Court Archive:

Leo Frank Trial and Appeals Georgia Supreme Court File (1,800 pages). Digital version is available on the Leo Frank Research Library.


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Default Jewish Serial Pedophile Leo Frank the Toilet Strangler

April 26, 2019, was the 106th anniversary of Little Mary Phagan's sex-strangulation (1913) by B'nai B'rith Atlanta president, Jewish serial pedophile, Leo Frank the toilet strangler.

April 26, 2019, was also the day the Jews had succeeded in getting a conviction integrity unit founded in Georgia to exonerate the homicidal rapist Leo Frank. The Jews were delighted, you can see media and news photos of Shelley Rose ADL Southern director, and Rabbi Steven Lebow of Marietta, giggling at the meetings of the CIU groups announcements.

The Murder of Little Mary Phagan authored by Mary Phagan-Kean, 1989, and read by Vanessa Neubauer in 2015, was recently (2019) censored on YouTube and the e-library "The Internet Archive" because of Jewish pressure. A backup copy has been made here, please download and share this amazing audiobook.

Audiobook: The Murder of Little Mary Phagan (2015)

The ADL and SPLC censorship movement has gotten so severe, they were able to get Leo Frank trial and appeals legal records removed from The Internet Archive.
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Default The Leo Frank Case, Exonerated 2020-2021?

Atlanta Georgia, April 26, 2020.

Jewry's Parasitism in High Gear.

The anniversary of the rape and murder of Mary Phagan by Jewish serial pedophile Leo Frank the toilet strangler is April 26th of every year, since 1913. This year, now 107 years after the sex killing of the young child by the child molesting Jew, and this date is important now, because the Jewish supremacists are trying to get their former Atlanta Georgia Bnai Brith president Leo Frank officially exonerated. You read that right, they're trying to get him exonerated, and they have a tribunal with the gravitas to do it.

The Atlanta Georgia Conviction Integrity Unit, Born April 26, 2019.

Rabbi Steven Lebow, Shelley Rose, and other ADL agents have been present at the meetings of this new Leo Frank rehabilitation group, their photos are in the media at these events giggling and smiling.

On April 26, 2019, the Jews used their seeming frontmen, like high profile Roy Barnes (Former Governor of Georgia) and Afro-American Atlanta District Attorney Paul Howard to create a conviction integrity unit (C.I.U) on the very anniversary of Mary Phagan's rape and murder, with the supposition that Leo Frank is innocent and they will go through a whole dog and pony show pretending to investigate the case before rubber-stamping a recommendation for his vindication.

Recommendation to Exonerate Leo Frank, Sent to a Corrupt Kangaroo Activist Judge in Georgia.

The C.I.U. is going to write a recommendation he is to be fully exonerated, even though the US supreme court and Georgia supreme court overruled Leo Frank's frivolous appeals. The CIU is going to take that recommendation to any corrupt Kangaroo judge in Georgia who has ambitions, and he or she is going to overturn the conviction of the homicidal pedophile-rapist Leo Frank, secretly on behalf of Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, Atlanta Jewish Federation, American Jewish Committee, Southern Poverty Law Center, Jewry at large, and the dozens of other Jewish groups out there with their alphabet soup names.

This is the ultimate travesty of justice for all the children who have been murdered by rapist-pedophiles, and this exoneration is flagrantly unconstitutional in the most extreme way possible, a dead man is going to be given a new trial, and when he doesn't show up in zombie form (he was embalmed, afterall and is laying pastel blue 6 feet under) the kangaroo judge is going to rule it a mistrial and Leo Frank will no longer be guilty.

Time to turn audiobooks into video formats for mass distribution

The next step for outreach is to ensure every audiobook on this forum is to be converted into a video format with a steady relevant image on it, so they can be uploaded to video sharing websites, not just audio sharing websites.

1. Converted from audio book to video format, the Murder of Little Mary Phagan (1987) read by Vanessa Neubauer

2. On Bitchute as an audio book in video format with a unique image for each chapter: (check out the other videos on the channel as well):

3. Viva Europa
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