Jason Robert Brown, Co-Creator of Parade the Leo Frank Musical

Today is the centennial or 100th Anniversary of Mary Phagan’s murder that occurred so long ago on Confederate Memorial Day, Saturday, April 26, 1913, in Atlanta, Georgia. Every level of the United States legal system reviewing the case from 1913 to 1986, has essentially sustained that thirteen-year-old Mary Anne Phagan was murdered by her factory boss, Leo Frank. But here Continue Reading →

Parade: The Leo Frank Broadway Musical

  A thespian music video by Jo Jo Brown, who sings “It’s Hard to Speak My Heart” from the Leo Frank musical ‘Parade’ (Broadway should hire him, he’s a perfect typecast to perform as Leo Max Frank), JoJo Brown is not affiliated with the Leo Frank Research Library.   Even the ADL Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith promoted showings of Continue Reading →

American Pravda: The Leo Frank Case and the Origins of the ADL

by Ron Unz About a week ago both the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal devoted considerable space to the coverage of “Parade,” the revival of a 1998 Broadway musical on the 1915 killing of Leo Frank, a Jewish factory manager in Atlanta, Georgia, arguably the most famous lynching in American history. Frank had been convicted and sentenced to death for the Continue Reading →

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September 2015 Centennial Audiobook: Tom Watson’s “The Official Record in the Case of Leo Frank, a Jew Pervert” Originally Published September, 1915 in Watson’s Magazine.

John de Nugent Presents: The 2015 created centennial audiobook of a 1915 magazine article written and published in 1915 by then future U.S. Senator from Georgia (1920-1922), Tom Watson (September 5, 1856 – September 26, 1922), called “The Official Record in the Case of Leo Frank, a Jew Pervert” originally published in Watson’s Magazine, September 1915, less than 2 weeks after the Continue Reading →

August 18, 2015: The Official Five-Year Anniversary of Leo Frank Research Library

Staff from the Leo Frank Research Library was present all day long at the Mount Carmel Cemetery in Glendale Queens, New York City, NY, for the Monday, August 17, 2015 centennial commemoration of Leo Frank’s lynching, and we also celebrated later that evening with a pre-party for the official five-year anniversary of our own official archive launch date (August 18, 2010 – August 18, 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 →

Boycott: Sun Sentinel Newspaper, A Bastion of Racist Jewish Extremism

Journalist, David A. Schwartz, at the Sun Sentinel, is falsifying the legal history of the the Leo Frank trial, that occurred long ago in Atlanta, during the summer of 1913. Schwartz published pathological lies from ADL member, Lonny Wilk, who spoke about the case during a talk-back session after a showing of the disingenuous and subversive musical ‘Parade’. ADL’s Lonny Continue Reading →

The People v. Leo Frank: Steve Oney, “And the Dead Shall Rise: The Murder of Mary Phagan and the Lynching of Leo Frank”

The People v. Leo Frank The author of the definitive book on the Frank trial and lynching explains why the case still sparks debate a century later Posted on 9/24/2013 8:00:00 AM by Steve Oney Photograph courtesy of the Kenan Research Center at the Atlanta History Center Throughout the rain-threatened spring morning, pilgrims kept arriving at the Marietta City Cemetery. 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 →

August 18, *2013*, This Day in Jewish History, One Hundred Years Ago Today on August 18, *1913*: Climax of the Epic Southern Trial of 20th Century in Atlanta, Georgia, Leo Frank Mounted the Witness Stand and Made an Admission that was Delicious Irony!

Leo Max Frank, Twice President of the B’nai B’rith Chapter of Atlanta, Georgia, First Term: September, 1912 – September, 1913. Second Term: September, 1913 – September, 1914. 21st Century Time Travelers of the Imagination Presents: The Leo Frank Trial Transcript from Official Legal Records and Atlanta Newspaper Accounts in 1913 Today on August 18th *2013*, one hundred years ago today Continue Reading →

Matt Lebovic, Journalist for the Times of Israel and the Big Lies about the Leo Frank Case

Dear Matt Lebovic, The article you have written, ‘The ADL and KKK, born of the same murder, 100 years ago” and published at the Times of Israel Dot Com, perpetuates the 100 year old, Jewish pathological BIG LIE about the Leo Frank trial, what amounts to an anti-Gentile blood libel and racist hate crime hoax, that people outside were shouting Continue Reading →

Jewish Reaction to the Guilt of Leo Frank, April 26, 2013

A special program on the 100th anniversary of the rape/murder of 13-year-old Mary Phagan (pictured right) on April 26, 1913 in Atlanta, Ga. Hadding Scott and Carolyn Yeager put the emphasis on the Jewish agenda to “overturn the verdict” against Leo Frank in the minds of Americans and people everywhere, and explain how Jewry goes about it. From regular appeals Continue Reading →

Leo Frank and Other Associated Principals in the Early Print Media of Newspapers and Magazines During the 20th Century, Including the Notable March 9, 1914, Atlanta Constitution, Leo Max Frank Jailhouse Interview Admission Amounting to Leo Frank Murder Confession Number Four.

Clark Howell (September 21, 1863 – November 14, 1936) was a Pulitzer Prize winning American newspaper man and politician from the state of Georgia.  According to Wikipedia: Howell was born on September 21, 1863 in Atlanta, Georgia. During the American Civil War his mother was in South Carolina, while his father, Captain Evan Howell, served in the infantry and commanded 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 →

LiveLeak on the Leo Frank Case

Taking the side of Leo Frank, LiveLeak published an interesting article on the case based on some of the intimate experiences of family members concerning the case. Embed Code from LiveLeak.com (report if problem) Murder case and the “Leo Frank lynching” live on… Turn back time, more than 90 years, to a cold case that won’t gather dust. It’s a Continue Reading →

Wikipedia Biased on Behalf of Leo Frank

Leo Frank Research Library Disclaimer: Accusations by Christians, Political Conservatives and non-Jews, claiming Wikipedia is biased, have been widely and vociferously made across the Internet. We will present these conclusions here, but it is up to the reader to decide if these accusations have merit or not, by doing their own research and testing on Wikipedia. Try the wikipedia test. Continue Reading →

Mary Phagan: Mary Phagan-Kean (b. June 5, 1954), Namesake and Grandniece of Little Mary Phagan (June 1, 1899 – April 26, 1913)

Mary Phagan Kean Question: What would Mary Anne Phagan (June 1, 1899 – April 26, 1913) approximately look like in her mid to late fifties if she had lived to see this age? Answer: Mary Phagan-Kean (b. June 5, 1954), her grandniece and namesake. Mary Phagan-Kean, a self-proclaimed “military brat,” was born in the Southern State of Georgia. Phagan-Kean is Continue Reading →