New Audio Book: The American Mercury on Leo Frank – Judge Leonard Roan’s Charge to the Jury

THIS WEEK we present our final installment of our audio books on the subject of the 1913 trial of Leo M. Frank for the strangling and sex murder of his 13-year-old sweatshop employee, Mary Phagan. Today we hear the words of Judge Leonard Strickland Roan in his charge to the jury, exactly as they were uttered more than a century Continue Reading →

Judge Leonard Roan’s Instructions to the Jury and Conviction of Leo Frank, Monday Afternoon, August 25, 1913.

The Jury were given their orders from the Judge Leonard Stickland Roan after Hugh M. Dorsey completed his closing arguments that ended at noon on Monday, August 25, 1913: Gentlemen of the jury. This bill of indictment charges Leo M. Frank with the offense of murder. The charge is that Leo M. Frank, in this county, on the 26th day of April Continue Reading →

Leonard Dinnerstein: Artful Dodger of the Leo Frank Case

by Reed Miller RETIRED ARIZONA Professor Emeritus of Judaic Studies, Leonard Dinnerstein, I am sorry to say, has joined the eternally dark pantheon of history-falsifiers. Dinnerstein is best known for being a scholar of the Leo Frank case. He doesn’t deserve to be so known. Dinnerstein’s book The Leo Frank Case is shameless falsification of history. It is an embarrassment to American Continue Reading →

Donald E. Wilkes, Jr. Professor of Law, University of Georgia School of Law, Reviews: Leonard Dinnerstein’s Book, ‘The Leo Frank Case’ (1968, 1987, 1999) and Steve Oney’s Book (2003) ‘And the Dead Shall Rise: The Murder of Mary Phagan and Lynching of Leo Frank.

POLITICS, PREJUDICE, AND PERJURY Published in Flagpole Magazine, p. 9 (March 1, 2000). Author: Donald E. Wilkes, Jr., Professor of Law, University of Georgia School of Law. The Leo Frank Case Leonard Dinnerstein University of Georgia Press, 1987, 1999 248 pp., paperback, $15.95 The case of Leo M. Frank, the most important Georgia criminal proceeding of the 20th century, has Continue Reading →

Leonard Dinnerstein, The Leo Frank Case PhD Dissertation, 1966, Leo Frank Case Book (1968 to 2008)

From the scholarly article, “Leo Frank and the American Jewish Community,” published in the prestigious American Jewish Archive Journal, 1968, volume 20, number 2, by Leonard Dinnerstein author of The Leo Frank Case editions 1968 through 2008. Link: Dinnerstein, Leonard. “Leo M. Frank and the American Jewish Community.” American Jewish Archive Journal, November 1968, Volume 20, Number 2. Leonard Dinnerstein’s Continue Reading →

Audio Book – The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 23

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury ATTORNEY WILLIAM SMITH traded his “free” services as a lawyer for James Conley for the influence of an agent of the William Burns detective agency, Dan Lehon, in an unrelated abduction case — illustrating either extreme naïveté or weak legal ethics on Smith’s part. Smith’s defection from advocate for Conley to accusing him Continue Reading →

100 Years Ago Today: The Trial of Leo Frank Begins

Originally published by the American Mercury on the 100th anniversary of the Leo Frank trial. Take a journey through time with the American Mercury, and experience the trial of Leo Frank (pictured, in courtroom sketch) for the murder of Mary Phagan just as it happened as revealed in contemporary accounts. The Mercury will be covering this historic trial in capsule form from Continue Reading →

Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith likens Leo Frank case to the Jewish “Holocaust”

By Carolyn Yeager Leo Max Frank … definitely of a different constituency. Denial of Leo Frank’s innocence is equivalent to Holocaust denial … so goes the reasoning of the Anti-Defamation League. Well, with Jews, everything leads to the Holocaust, does it not? In a memo* sent to the Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles in 1982, a League official stated: Continue Reading →

Robert Seitz Frey (1955 – ) and Nancy C. Thompson

‘The Silent and the Damned: The Murder of Mary Phagan and the Lynching of Leo Frank’, authored by Robert Seitz Frey (born 1955) & Nancy C. Thompson (First edition published 1988, second release 2002, Kindle version 2012), is yet another pseudo-scholarly treatment of the Mary Phagan murder case, amounting to nothing more than a maudlin hagiography about the life & Continue Reading →

History.com Promotes The Jewish Hate Crime Hoax, Anti-Gentile Blood Libel and Anti-Semitism Canard

Please contact the History Channel and politely ask them to stop promoting the Jewish Community’s Hate Crime Hoax, Anti-Gentile Blood Libel and Anti-Semitism Canard against European-Americans concerning the Leo Frank Case. Politely contact them at http://www.history.com/support Jewish Pathological Lies at the History Channel: http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/girl-murdered-in-pencil-factory Thirteen-year-old Mary Phagan is found sexually molested and murdered in the basement of the Atlanta, Georgia, Continue Reading →

100 Reasons Leo Frank Is Guilty

Proving That Anti-Semitism Had Nothing to Do With His Conviction — and Proving That His Defenders Have Used Frauds and Hoaxes for 100 Years by Bradford L. Huie originally published at The American Mercury MARY PHAGAN was just thirteen years old. She was a sweatshop laborer for Atlanta, Georgia’s National Pencil Company. A little over 100 years ago — Saturday, Continue Reading →

100 Years Ago Today: Leo Frank Takes the Stand

Originally published by the American Mercury on the 100th anniversary of the Leo Frank trial. In a few days the Mercury will present Week Three of the trial of Leo Frank for the murder of Mary Phagan. Today, on the 100th anniversary of Leo Frank taking the stand in his own defense, we present a digest of opinion and contemporary sources on Continue Reading →

Three Strangling Deaths: Why I Chose to Write About the Leo Frank Case

by Scott Aaron IT MAY WELL BE the greatest murder mystery of all time. Some assert that the Mary Phagan murder case is solved, but those who so assert are of two different and mutually exclusive camps. And those two camps still stand diametrically opposed to this day, four generations later. The case aroused the outrage and ire and vengeance Continue Reading →

Leo Frank: Guilty of Murder, part 2

American Dissident Voices broadcast of August 22, 2015 Listen to the broadcast by Kevin Alfred Strom MORE THAN 100 YEARS AGO, Leo Max Frank — a Jewish employer of child labor — was executed for the sex murder of his 13-year-old employee Mary Phagan. The controlled media have published literally hundreds of articles, dramas, and documentaries on the case in Continue Reading →

New Audio Book: The Murder of Little Mary Phagan

A NEW authorized audio book version of The Murder of Little Mary Phagan by Mary Phagan Kean has just been recorded for The American Mercury. The Leo Frank Case Research Library is proud to offer it to our readers on this, the 103rd anniversary of the tragic death of Mary Phagan. You can download the audio book, free of charge, Continue Reading →

Insolent Chutzpah and Atlanta Georgia’s Gubernatorial Political Corruption Honored 100 Years Later: The 60th Governor of Georgia John M. Slaton (Law Partner of Frank’s Lead Trial Attorney Luther Rosser) Commutes the Death Sentence of His Own Law Firm’s Client, Leo M. Frank, to Life in Prison!

[Editor’s Note: Over one hundred years of relentless media demoralization efforts, anti-Southern deracination, “us verses them” agitation, and wildly over-the-top anti-Gentilism by the hyper-ethnocentric and well-organized Jewish community against African-American and European-Americans continues unabated with this latest disgusting outrage: the centennial clemency decision honoring with a prominent sign-post historical marker erected for the 60th Governor of Georgia John Marshall Slaton (1866-1955) Continue Reading →

Leo Frank Meets Hollywood: The Knights of Mary Phagan (2015) $12,000,000 Budget – IMDb

From the IMDb Website: Atlanta, Georgia is rocked when thirteen-year-old Mary Phagan is found murdered inside the pencil factory where she worked. Leo Frank, the factory’s Jewish owner, is convicted and sentenced to hang. The town’s hunger for justice, fueled by racism and the fever of the trial, forces the governor to re-examine the verdict. As Frank’s wife fights for Continue Reading →

State’s Exhibit B Presented at the Leo M. Frank Murder Trial (July 28, to August 21), Created on Monday Morning, April 28, 1913, The Statement of Leo M. Frank Stenographed by a Government Magistrate at the Atlanta Police Station in the Presence of Frank’s Lawyers, Luther Zeigler Rosser, Herbert Haas, and Mary Phagan Murder Investigation Detectives

A background on the creation and analysis of State’s Exhibit B, followed by the specific police stenographed April 28, 1913, statement of Leo M. Frank contained in his 1913 Trial Brief of Evidence and included within the official record of the Georgia Supreme Court Case File on Leo M. Frank during his state appeals (1913 and 1914). The original document Continue Reading →

The Complete Leo Frank Trial Statement Delivered On August 18, 1913, Between 2:15 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. at the Fulton County Superior Court House, Atlanta, Georgia and Analysis.

Prelude to Leo Frank’s August 18, 1913, Trial Testimony A large body of peer-reviewed research published by modern psychologists, behavioral scientists, and police interrogators suggests macro and micro body language, demeanor, eye contact, speech patterns, and numerous other outward physical manifestations, known in slang as “tells,” can reveal much about a suspect beneath their surface. Everything you say can and Continue Reading →