Biography of Lucille Selig Frank (1888 – 1957)

WHEN WE FIRST meet Lucille Selig Frank (pictured), she is attending the opera on April 26th, 1913 with her well-to-do friends and mother, Josephine — while, a few miles away, a young teenage girl lays freshly murdered in the factory directed by her husband, the soon-to-be-infamous Leo Max Frank. Below we see page 17 of the program for that Metropolitan Continue Reading →

Lucille Selig Frank

[nggallery id=32]                     For the Lucille Selig Frank Biography, visit: http://www.leofrank.info/mrs-lucille-selig-frank/.  

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 →

New Audio Book: The American Mercury on Leo Frank – Dorsey’s Closing Arguments, part 4

VANESSA NEUBAUER’S audio book reading from the 1913 Leo Frank case this week is the fourth part of prosecutor Hugh Dorsey’s closing arguments. Leo Max Frank (pictured with his wife Lucille in happier times) was ultimately convicted of murdering his 13-year-old pencil factory employee, Mary Phagan, in a case which set the stage for Jewish-Gentile distrust and recriminations for a Continue Reading →

Enright Archives Added to Leo Frank Case Research Library

LEOFRANK.INFO is pleased to announce that the full book, text, and newspaper archives formerly housed at Jack Enright’s Leo Frank Library site have been added to this, the online Leo Frank Case Research Library. We are deeply grateful for Mr. Enright’s assembling and saving this valuable material. Some of the documents from his site were not previously available here, and Continue Reading →

‘I Know My Husband is Innocent,’ Asserts Wife of Leo M. Frank

Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case. Atlanta Georgian Thursday, June 5th, 1913 Following the complete denial by Minola McKnight, cook in the household of Leo M. Frank, of the statements she is alleged to have made in the sensational police affidavit given out Wednesday, Mrs. Leo M. Frank Thursday made her Continue Reading →

Frank Wanted Gun to Take His Life, Says Negro Cook

Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case. Atlanta Constitution Thursday, June 5th, 1913 Sensational Affidavit Made for the Police by Minola McKnight, Servant in Leo Frank’s Home. Fully as startling as the recent confession of James Conley, an affidavit purporting to have been sworn to by Minola McKnight, the servant girl of Continue Reading →

Sensational Affidavit Made by Minola M’Knight, Negro Cook at Home of L. M. Frank

Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case. Atlanta Journal Wednesday, June 4th, 1913 In This Affidavit Minola Tells of Conversation That Occurred Between Mrs. Frank and Mrs. Selig, In Which Mrs. Frank Is Alleged to Have Said Frank Was Drinking on Night of Tragedy, and That He Wanted a Pistol to Kill 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 →

The Leo Frank Trial: Closing Arguments, Solicitor Dorsey

Originally published by the American Mercury on the 100th anniversary of the Leo Frank trial. by Bradford L. Huie THE AMERICAN MERCURY now presents the final closing arguments by Solicitor Hugh Dorsey (pictured) in the trial of Leo Frank for the murder of Mary Phagan — a powerful summary of the case and a persuasive argument that played a large part in Continue Reading →

The Leo Frank Trial: Week Three

Originally published by the American Mercury on the 100th anniversary of the Leo Frank trial. The trial of Leo Frank (pictured) for the murder of Mary Phagan ended its third week 100 years ago today. Join us as we break through the myths surrounding the case and investigate what really happened. by Bradford L. Huie AS THE THIRD WEEK of the trial Continue Reading →

Leo Frank: Guilty of Murder, part 3

American Dissident Voices broadcast of August 29, 2015 Listen to the broadcast by Kevin Alfred Strom IT WAS a century ago that Leo Frank, the president of Atlanta’s B’nai B’rith, met his death. His arrest and eventual conviction and execution for the grisly sex murder of little Mary Phagan set off a huge national campaign by the Jewish power structure, Continue Reading →

Leo Frank’s Friends Denounce Detention

Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case. Atlanta Georgian Wednesday, April 30th, 1913 Leo M. Frank, superintendent of the National Pencil Company and one of the central figures in the sensational murder mystery surrounding the death of little Mary Phagan, is well regarded by a host of friends in Atlanta, who scoff Continue Reading →

Factory Head Frank and Watchman Newt Lee are “Sweated” by Police

Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case. Atlanta Georgian Tuesday, April 29th, 1913 Mysterious Action of Officials Gives New and Startling Turn to Hunt for Guilty Man—Attorney Rosser, Barred, Later Admitted to Client. Has the Phagan murder mystery been solved? The police say they know the guilty man. Chief of Detectives Lanford 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 →

Book Review: Steve Oney, ‘And The Dead Shall Rise: The Murder of Mary Phagan and the Lynching of Leo Frank’ (2003)

Steve Oney, Holding an Atlanta Constitution Newspaper, August 18, 1915 Issue   And The Dead Shall Rise: The Murder of Mary Phagan and the Lynching of Leo Frank (742 pages) by Steve Oney, published in 2003, through Pantheon Books in New York. The book is available from ebay.com, and www.Amazon.com (including many other popular online stores). Background Information on Steve Oney Continue Reading →

More than One Thousand Photographs & Images Surrounding the Leo M. Frank Case on FLICKR.COM

Want to see more than 1,000 images pertaining to the Leo Frank Case then visit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/leofrankcase/. Many thanks to who ever created this vast archive. We have slowly uploaded hundreds of Leo Frank-related images for you on our web site and found thousands more on www.flickr.com where someone has built a very detailed Leo Frank mega gallery. We will eventually Continue Reading →

August 26, 2013 is the Centennial of the Infamous Conviction of Child Sex Killer Leo Max Frank for The Aggravated Assault, Child Rape and Vicious Strangulation of Mary Phagan

Over 100 years ago on Saturday, April 26, 1913, inside a dingy, shuttered factory at the heart of Atlanta’s industrial sector, an infatuated Jewish serial rapist-pedophile viciously assaulted one of his teenage employees who rejected his sexual propositions for the last time. EXCLUSIVE ARTICLE FOR INCOG MAN READERS, By Bob Frapples Mary Anne Phagan, 13 years old in the spring Continue Reading →