American Dissident Voices broadcast of April 26, 2014
by Kevin Alfred Strom
LEO FRANK was a Jewish sex killer who was president of Atlanta’s B’nai B’rith — and who was re-elected to that post even after his conviction. Frank was tried and found guilty of the strangulation of a 13-year-old White girl who worked for him, Mary Phagan (pictured, artist’s depiction), who died exactly 101 years ago today.
In one of the first visible nationwide efforts of the Jewish power structure in this country, immediately after Frank’s conviction a frantic, expensive, dishonest, underhanded, and wildly over-the-top campaign was launched to clear his name and accuse others — a campaign which continues even to this day. In that campaign, the White people and institutions of the American South were falsely accused of an “anti-Semitism” that never existed, an accusation which triggered real anti-Jewish feelings there on a scale never seen before in history. As a direct result of that huge blunder, the B’nai B’rith founded in 1913 the central organ of Jewish propaganda and corrupt influence in this country, the Anti-Defamation League, or ADL.
What really happened to Mary Phagan on that fateful day? The best evidence — the evidence affirmed by the Atlanta coroner’s jury, the grand jury (which included several Jews), the trial jury, the Supreme Court of Georgia, and the Supreme Court of the United States — tells us this:
Thirteen-year-old child laborer Mary Phagan came to her place of work, Atlanta’s National Pencil Company, to pick up her pay from the company’s part-owner and supervisor Leo Frank, around noon on Saturday, April 26, 1913. It was a holiday (Confederate Memorial Day), but she had to come in to get her pay because Frank had refused the day before to let one of Mary’s friends pick it up for her, as had been done in the past. Frank evidently wanted Mary herself to come to get her pitiful $1.20, alone, and on a Saturday holiday, too — when the offices would be deserted. Frank had a reputation for lasciviousness among quite a few of the employees of the firm, many of whom were teenage girls. He had more than once arranged for the factory’s Black sweeper, Jim Conley, to act as his lookout while he “chatted” for an hour or so all alone with one of the girls.
Mary came into the factory building, walked up the stairs to the second floor where Leo Frank’s office was, passing Jim Conley sitting quietly on the first floor on her way up. Conley had been seen by several people that day, apparently doing nothing but sitting there — a rather strange thing for a beer- and dice-loving social sort of man as Jim Conley to be doing on a holiday when he had no official duties at the place. Except for some workmen on the fourth floor far above, there was no one else in the building, and no one at all except Leo Frank on the second floor.
Mary met Frank in his office and asked for her pay. She also asked Frank if the supply of metal had come in, since, if it hadn’t, she wouldn’t work on Monday. Frank said “I don’t know,” and asked Mary to accompany him to the metal room, further back on the same floor, to see. Back they went, the lustful monster with evil intent, and the innocent girl, dressed up brightly for the holiday, taking the last steps of her life.
Once they were in the metal room, Frank made his planned indecent approach to Mary. We know that Frank moved in on her physically, because we also know that she resisted and was flung down by an apparently enraged Frank, striking the back of her head on a lathe handle and rendering her unconscious or at least helpless. Below, Conley heard the footsteps and a scream but did nothing — evidently screams weren’t uncommon during Frank’s ‘chats” with other girls. Nothing to worry about.
While Mary Phagan was unconscious or nearly so from the head wound he had inflicted on her, Leo Frank made an attempt to rape her: Her vagina had violence done to it, according to the physician who examined her dead body. Realizing soon after his lust had subsided that Mary, when she fully regained consciousness, would likely testify against him, ruining him for life and possibly sending him to prison, Leo Max Frank made a conscious decision to kill her. He obtained some strong cord from the supplies nearby, fastened it around her neck, and strangled her to death on the floor of the metal room, the cord deeply biting into her neck. He then ripped off a strip of her lacy underwear and fastened it so as to temporarily conceal her neck wound.
Just a few moments later, at around 12:05, Conley watched one of the factory’s other working girls, Monteen Stover, walk up the same set of stairs. Like Mary, she also was looking to collect her pay from Frank. Monteen entered Leo Frank’s office. But there was no one there. Monteen looked carefully in Frank’s outer office, then his inner office — both were empty. She looked down the hall and saw no sign of life. She decided to wait, and stayed in Frank’s office a full five minutes, until 12:10 according to the office clock. She gave up and left, and Conley saw her leave. Monteen Stover’s fruitless visit to Leo Frank’s empty office would be very significant in this case — because Leo Frank would later tell the police that he had been in his office continuously from noon to 12:35.
Some time after Monteen Stover left the building, Leo Frank, having completed his unspeakable acts of rape and murder, came looking for loyal Conley to help him dispose of the body and pin the crime on another Black man.
Frank told Conley that “I wanted to be with the little girl, and she refused me, and I struck her and I guess I struck her too hard and she fell and hit her head against something, and I don’t know how she got hurt.” Remember the piece of lacy underwear around her throat: unlikely to fool an investigator for even a minute, but possibly enough to keep Conley from knowing Mary’s real cause of death while he disposed of the body. Frank didn’t tell Conley that Mary was dead, but Conley quickly told him. Conley and Frank carried Mary’s body to the basement, near the maw of the factory furnace.
Frank gave Conley money, and promised him another $200 if he would return later and burn the body. Conley promised to do so — a promise he failed to keep. Frank did induce Conley to write several notes that were left near the body. These notes were ostensibly from Mary, and blamed the crime on a “tall, slim Negro” (Conley was short and chunky). The notes also described Mary’s attacker as “the night witch.” The description matched Newt Lee, the company’s night watchman, who was due to come on duty later that afternoon and work all night.
Conley never returned that day. Mary’s body still lay in the basement when Frank returned from lunch. Frank was unable to move her body by himself. When Newt Lee arrived at four — earlier than usual because Frank had told him he was going to a baseball game — Frank appeared extremely nervous and sent him away for a full two hours. When Lee said he’d prefer to sleep at the factory for those two hours, Frank absolutely insisted that he leave and come back at six.
At six, Frank had no possible excuse to send Lee away again. So when Conley utterly failed to return to perform the grisly task he had promised to do, Frank had no choice but to let Lee go on duty. Prior to Lee’s second arrival, Leo Frank had turned down the gas light in the basement as far as it would go without turning it completely off, doubtless hoping to delay the discovery of the body for as long as possible. Frank was extremely nervous and jumpy on Lee’s return. He couldn’t even operate the time clock properly. An hour or so after he left for home, Frank called Lee on the telephone to “check and see if everything was all right” — something he had never done before.
The discovery of the body was long delayed. Newt Lee didn’t notice it until around three o’clock in the morning. When Frank was brought to the factory the next morning by police, he was so nervous he couldn’t even properly use his customary lock and key without fumbling. He told police that he’d been in his office from noon to 12:35, totally unaware that Monteen Stover would soon prove that to be a lie. He told police that he didn’t know Mary Phagan by name, despite interacting with her daily and filling our her pay stubs weekly for an entire year. And then Frank proceeded to tell police that he knew that a former company bookkeeper, James Gantt, was intimate with this the girl he didn’t know at all, Mary Phagan. (Gantt was actually arrested based on Frank’s insinuation, but was quickly cleared of any involvement in the crime.)
Frank looked at Newt Lee’s time card and declared that Lee had made all his rounds on time. But a few days later Frank produced a time card showing that Lee had missed several rounds, long enough for him to have returned home, changed out of his bloody clothing, and returned to the factory. And not too long after that, a bloody shirt was found in a barrel near Newt Lee’s residence — a shirt that was later proved to have been purposely smeared with blood and planted there by parties unknown. When the attempt to implicate Newt Lee failed, in large part because of proof that Mary Phagan died right around noon, Frank and his defenders would finally switch their accusations to another Black man, Jim Conley. According to researcher Bradford Huie:
“To implicate Conley, a corrupt Pinkerton agent named W.D. McWorth — three weeks after the entire factory had been meticulously examined by police and Pinkerton men — miraculously ‘discovered’ a bloody club, a piece of cord like that used to strangle Mary Phagan, and an alleged piece of Mary Phagan’s pay envelope on the first floor of the factory, near where the factory’s Black sweeper, Jim Conley, had been sitting on the fatal day. This was the beginning of the attempt to place guilt for the killing on Conley, an effort which still continues 100 years later. The ‘discovery’ was so obviously and patently false that it was greeted with disbelief by almost everyone, and McWorth was pulled off the investigation and eventually discharged by the Pinkerton agency.”
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The Jewish media put forward two basic arguments for Frank’s innocence: 1) Leo Frank, they say, was tried and convicted for the murder of Mary Phagan mainly because he was a Jew — they say that “anti-Semitism” was rampant in the South, and an anti-Jewish mob intimidated the jury; and 2) They claim that the 1982 affidavit of Alonzo Mann, Frank’s office boy — who said that he saw James Conley carrying the body of Mary Phagan on that terrible day — proves that Conley, and not Frank, was the killer.
On my next American Dissident Voices program, I’ll show you that both of these arguments are utterly incredible. I’ll demonstrate that anti-Semitism was almost unknown in the South of 1913, and I’ll use Jewish sources and sources friendly to Frank — even one of the partners in the law firm that defended him — to prove it. I’ll also prove that Alonzo Mann’s dubious affidavit, even if true, changes absolutely nothing about the case.
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I’ve given a lot of attention to the Leo Frank case over the last year here on National Vanguard and I’ve helped some other researchers and scholars who were digging into this amazing case — and I ended up being accused (with the usual wildly exaggerated mix of fact and fiction) by the Jewish Daily Forward and the ADL itself of being some kind of mastermind behind “at least four” of the Leo Frank-oriented sites that have sprung up in recent years. Well, it’s nice to get credit for my part in a noble task well done, but the effort to publish the hidden facts about this case has been largely spontaneous — a huge group effort involving dozens of researchers, scholars, writers, and publishers, men and women inspired to risk defamation and destitution because they hate lies and love the truth.
And this effort is succeeding: The major search engines now return many results from sites telling the righteous truth about the Frank case, from Metapedia’s articles to the huge Leo Frank Case and Trial Research Library, to the encyclopedic series on the case by Bradford L. Huie in The American Mercury, and many, many others, including pieces we’ve published on National Vanguard. The really heartening thing is that these independent media are often standing as high or higher than the Jewish groups’ own sites in terms of search rank, and therefore relevance and readership.
Just three of the increasingly popular Web sites which tell the truth about the Frank case
I’ve given so much attention to this case because it’s important. It’s important to understand just how weak and insupportable the Jewish propaganda is about this case. It’s important for the memory of Mary Phagan and the peace of mind of her family to know that her real killer was justly convicted. It’s important to understand how the world’s wealthiest ethnic group tried to make Southern Whites feel guilty about an “anti-Semitism” that never existed. It’s important to understand how this same power structure has gone on to inculcate guilt in all White men and women for their supposed part in slavery and “racism” — with “evidence” just as thin, just as preposterous. And it’s very, very important to understand that with some dedication and courage and work, we can defeat these media liars in their own arena and change the minds of millions of people.
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You’ve been listening to American Dissident Voices, the radio program of the reconstituted National Alliance membership organization, founded by William Luther Pierce in 1970. This program is published every week at whitebiocentrism.com and nationalvanguard.org. Please write to us at National Alliance, Box 172, Laurel Bloomery, TN 37680 USA. We welcome your support, your inquiries, and your help in spreading our message of hope to our people. Once again, that address is Box 172, Laurel Bloomery, TN 37680 USA. Until next week, this is Kevin Alfred Strom reminding you of the words of Richard Berkeley Cotten: “Freedom is not free; free men are not equal; and equal men are not free.”
The Aborted Apotheosis of Leo Frank, part 2
American Dissident Voices broadcast of May 3, 2014
by Kevin Alfred Strom
THE 1913 MURDER of child laborer Mary Phagan by her Jewish boss Leo Frank (pictured), which I detailed for you on last week’s program, was clearly established by the evidence and confirmed by every court and every jury which had jurisdiction over the case, including multiple appeals that ultimately ended up — twice — at the Supreme Court of the United States.
In every instance, the evidence was found to be sufficient to convict Leo Frank of Mary Phagan’s murder beyond any reasonable doubt. In every review, the procedure of the trial was found to be proper. In every appeal, no violation of the rights of the accused was found.
Yet the media — the daily press, books, film, and television — speak with one voice: Leo Frank, they say, was an innocent victim of Southern “anti-Semitism.” Hatred of Jews was responsible for his prosecution and conviction. An inflamed, bigoted mob intimidated the judge and jury. That is the “received narrative.” That is what the massive media power of the Jewish establishment have made “common knowledge” by incessant, one-sided repetition. But it’s utter nonsense.
Let’s look at what Abe Foxman, boss of the Jewish Anti-Defamation League, or ADL, has to say about the case. Leo Frank was president of Atlanta’s B’nai B’rith and it was in response to Frank’s conviction that the ADL was founded as a part of the B’nai B’rith in 1913. Foxman says:
“The murder of Mary Phagan was the catalyst for one of the most virulent anti-Semitic episodes in American history.” Really — one of the most virulent anti-Semitic episodes in American history! True, Leo Frank was lynched — after his death sentence was commuted by an outgoing governor who was a partner in the law firm that defended Frank. But there’s no evidence that the prosecution or conviction of Frank had anything to do with the fact that Frank was a Jew.
Foxman adds: “His trial was a spectacle; threats, intimidation, and a boisterous crowd outside chanting ‘kill the Jew’ and ‘hang the Jew’ could easily be heard through the courtroom’s open windows.” These alleged “anti-Semitic” mobs intimidating the jury never existed, and were reported by no newspapers, not even pro-Frank papers, at the time. The jurors specifically stated they heard no mobs, no threats, and were not intimidated in any way. Frank’s lawyers made no complaints or even mention of these supposed Jew-hating crowds during the trial — even a single instance of which would have been grounds for an immediate mistrial. The first intimation of these alleged mobs was many months after the trial when Frank’s legal team and Jewish advocacy groups were straining to find some pretext for yet another appeal.
Even the governor who commuted Frank’s sentence said there was no significant anti-Jewish feeling in the state. And the lynchers themselves made no statement whatever on that point — it was the governor who needed armed guards and who fled the state, not local Jews. The man who prosecuted Leo Frank, Hugh Dorsey, himself had a law partner who was a Jew — Frank’s legal defense team did not. Even Abraham Foxman admits that “Leo Frank remains the only Jewish person ever to be lynched in the United States.” If this is “one of the most virulent anti-Semitic episodes in American history,” then one is forced to conclude that “anti-Semitism” in the United States has been a total and utter non-starter, almost non-existent.
Foxman goes on to say: “Frank, a northern Jew, was arrested, indicted and tried for Phagan’s murder without evidence.”
Without evidence! What about the evidence establishing that Mary Phagan was killed almost immediately after she entered Leo Frank’s office? What about the fact that no one saw Mary Phagan alive after she went to see Frank? What about the evidence establishing that the murder was committed on the second floor of the National Pencil Company offices — and that no one except Mary Phagan and Leo Frank were on that floor? What about the testimony of Jim Conley admitting that he helped Leo Frank conceal Mary Phagan’s body and that he regularly helped Frank as a lookout while Frank had secret liaisons with young girls and women? What about the testimony of the female workers who said that Frank was lascivious toward the girls in his employ and that he had specifically arranged to be alone with Mary that Saturday? What about the fact that Leo Frank was missing from his office at the same time the murder was being committed? What about the evidence that Leo Frank lied about being in his office at that time? What about Frank’s absurd claim that he didn’t know Mary by name — even though he somehow knew her well enough to tell the police that James Gantt was “intimate” with her — even though he worked with her daily, was seen talking to her and calling her by name, and filled out her pay stub every week with her initials for an entire year? And there’s much, much more. If you want to read the mountain of evidence adduced that shows Frank to be the murderer of Mary Phagan, it’s all available to you by reading the documents provided at the end of the text version of this broadcast.
No, Mr. Foxman’s “convicted …without evidence” claim is completely ridiculous, and the scholars, researchers, and publishers who have labored for years to bring the true evidence of this case to light are showing the world just how paper-thin the Jewish groups’ false version of events really is.
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In all their endless propaganda books, plays, films, and articles on the Frank case, the Jewish media put forward only two basic arguments for Frank’s innocence: 1) Leo Frank was tried and convicted because he was a Jew and the motive was “anti-Semitism”; and 2) Alonzo Mann’s 1982 affidavit proves that Conley, and not Frank, was the real killer.
Let’s look at the accusation of widespread Southern “anti-Semitism.”
The South is a place where the vast majority of the population is deeply committed to Protestant, fundamentalist Christianity. The South, along with a few border states, is not called the “Bible Belt” for nothing. This was especially true in 1913.
The essence of fundamentalism is literalism — the belief that every word of the scriptures, the Hebrew scriptures I might add, was directly inspired by God and is literally true. The stories in the Bible are, in this view, absolutely inerrant, including God’s preference for the Jews as his “chosen,” holy people. The prophecies of the Hebrew scriptures are therefore infallible, including the central place held by Israel and the Jews in God’s plan. The law of Yahweh to bless and revere God’s Chosen is to be obeyed absolutely. The Old Testament is not minimized by fundamentalists, as it is by some mainstream Christians. It is to most Southerners God’s absolute truth, no less than the New Testament. And the Jewish God is to them the one and only God.
Most important of all, Jesus was born Jewish, spoke in the Jewish temples, and was in reality the prophesied Messiah of the Jews. Christ came from the Jews, and without the Jews Christ could never have existed.
The South is also the center of Christian Zionism. Many a ministry in the South has as its basis Genesis 12:3, in which God says of the Jews: “I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curseth thee.”
The Jewish writer Harry Golden stated in the American Jewish Committee’s magazine Commentary that, not too long after the establishment of the Jewish state, “Bonds for Israel” salesmen in the South would seek out Christians as donors, since they were almost all enthusiastic Zionists. This was — and is — the dominant Southern position. This was even more true during Leo Frank’s trial than it is today: The post-trial efforts of wealthy Jews to help Frank hurt the reputation of the Jews in the South, though as a whole it remains philo-Semitic.
In “Social Discrimination Against Jews 1830 – 1930” by John Higham, commissioned by the American Jewish Committee, the South was described as “historically the section least inclined to ostracize Jews.” The massive campaign during the Frank appeals to paint his prosecution and the South itself as “anti-Semitic” did stir up some feelings against the Jews, though. The revived 20th-century Ku Klux Klan, inspired in part by the resentment of Jewish intervention in Georgia affairs during the Frank case, was quite different from the original Klan in that it took an anti-Jewish position. The original Klan had numerous and notable Jewish members, including even Bernard Baruch’s father.
Law and tradition in the South — and in much of the North — forbade sexual interaction between the races, and violators were dealt with swiftly and harshly. But in the South of 1913, Jews were considered White. Even during his trial, the prosecutors and the defense and the newspapers all referred to Leo Frank as a “White man.” Marriage between Jews and Whites was not unknown. These are hardly the lineaments of hatred.
Even the man who commuted Leo Frank’s sentence to life in prison, Governor John Slaton, said of the “anti-Semitism” accusation:
“…[T]here never was any anti-Jewish feeling in Georgia until now… [T]here was another thing that roused bitterness against Frank, and it was outside interference. From all over the Union there came an attempt to govern Georgia’s action. Detectives were sent here, petitions circulated, resolutions passed, attacks made upon the State. Whether it should have aroused resentment may be a question, but that it did there is no question whatever.
“The Jews have always been our friends; we have here the best class of Jews. For a man to be known as a Jew was actually an asset to him in a business way. But among the thoughtless elements there has grown up – temporarily, I hope – a feeling that the Jews banded themselves together as a race or a religion to save a criminal, and out of that has grown a feeling of hostility.”
Even Leo Frank himself, in an interview with leftist Jewish editor Abraham Cahan in 1914, months after his conviction, denied that anti-Semitism played any role in his predicament, saying “Anti-Semitism is absolutely not the reason for this libel that has been framed against me. It isn’t the source nor the result of this sad story.”
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The only remaining pillar supporting the Jewish claims that Leo Frank was innocent is the affidavit of Alonzo Mann, made by Mann in 1982. But Mann’s highly questionable statement, even if we accept it as true, proves nothing of significance. According to the researcher Bradford Huie:
In 1982 Alonzo Mann, who in 1913 at 13 years old had been the office boy for the National Pencil Company, made a sensation in the press by denying the sworn testimony he had made at the Leo Frank trial, and stating his belief that Jim Conley was the real killer of Mary Phagan. …Mann was poor, suffering with a heart condition, and facing considerable medical expenses when he “went public” with his claims.
In 1913, Mann had testified that he left the office on the day of the murder at 11:30 AM. In 1982, he changed the time and told a quite different story, as follows:
Mann said that he left the factory at noon, half an hour later than in his testimony. It was Confederate Memorial Day and a parade and other festivities were scheduled. Mann was to meet his mother, he says, but could not find her and “returned to work” shortly after noon. When he entered the building, he says, he saw Jim Conley carrying the limp body of a girl on the first floor: “He wheeled on me and in a voice that was low but threatening he said ‘If you ever mention this I’ll kill you.’”
Mann claims he then left the building and ran home, telling his mother what he’d seen. Mann says that his parents advised him to keep silent to avoid publicity. And he did keep silent for many, many years. (Jim Conley is reported to have died in 1957 — another report says 1962 — and presumably his death threat did not survive his demise.)
There are several problems with Mann’s story. First, if true, it proves only that at some point Conley was carrying Phagan’s body by himself, without Frank’s help. Conley already admits this — though he says that he found the body too heavy for himself alone while still on the second floor, and that the elevator brought them directly to the basement….
Why would a 13-year-old Alonzo Mann “return to work” on a holiday if he didn’t have to? And why “return to work” if he apparently wasn’t even scheduled to do so? Were office boys permitted to make their own hours in 1913? When other workers — such as Mary Phagan, for example — hadn’t sufficient supplies in their department, they were immediately laid off until the supplies came in. Surely such economy would dictate that office boys would only come in when authorized and asked to do so.
If Alonzo Mann had such a definite appointment to meet his mother in town — so definite as to cause him to return to work after just a few minutes when he failed to immediately find her — why, then, was she waiting at home just a few minutes after that?
Why would White parents, like Alonzo Mann’s, in the racially conscious and segregated Atlanta, Georgia of 1913, tell their White son not to tell the police about a guilty Black murderer, when the result of not telling the police would ultimately result in an innocent, clean cut, White man, Leo Frank — the man who gave their son a highly prized job — going to gallows as an innocent man?
And why would Alonzo Mann’s parents then allow their 13-year-old son to report to work at the huge and cavernous National Pencil Company factory on Monday morning, April 28, 1913 – two days after he was threatened with death by a murderer carrying a dead or dying White girl on his shoulder — knowing that the murderer would still be there, and knowing that there were many dark and secluded places in said factory where their son might come to harm? Jim Conley reported back to work that Monday, as did the approximately 170 other employees, who were naturally expected to be back at work after the holiday weekend. Jim Conley was not arrested until the first day of May….
If Jim Conley really attacked Mary Phagan at the foot of the stairs as Alonzo Mann suggests, why didn’t Leo Frank hear her screams or any sounds of a struggle? He was only 40 feet away.
No, Alonzo Mann’s story means nothing.
And it strains credulity beyond all reason to allege that Jim Conley — the only other possible suspect — was the real killer. Would Conley risk his own life for $1.20 — all that Mary Phagan had on her — as Frank’s defense team claimed? Would Conley, with no prior history of involvement with White women, attack a White teenager almost right at the entrance to the factory, where numerous people were passing all day long and had seen him sitting there? Would Conley — who could hear even footsteps on the floor above where his boss was sitting — dare to make an assault which might be clearly heard even if by chance not seen?
No, of the only two possible suspects, only one man is credibly charged with this horrible crime — and that man is Leo Max Frank.
In this series of two broadcasts, I have only been able to touch on the highlights of the Leo Frank case. I haven’t told you of the subornation of perjury by the Leo Frank defense team. I haven’t told you of the preposterous hoax of the alleged “bite marks” on Mary Phagan’s body, dreamt up decades later by Jewish “journalist” Pierre van Paasen and repeated as truth by the leading Jewish “scholar” on the case, Leonard Dinnerstein. I urge you to read the additional documentation I’ve linked to and provided at the end of the text version of this broadcast.
What I want you to take away from this amazing story is this: The network of lies that makes of Leo Frank a martyr and a saint, and that has outrageously defamed the White people of the South, is paper-thin. It will not stand up to examination. By dint of dedication and hard work, a group of fewer than 100 people has broken through the wall of censorship and made the truth known to the world. Anyone who searches for the truth on the Frank case can now find it, and it is prominent. The Dinnersteins and the Foxmans don’t have a monopoly on this subject anymore.
If we can do this on the Frank case, we can do it on other subjects as well: we can reach our people with the truth about race, about White genocide, about Jewish power, about eugenics, about history, and about self-determination for our people. Add your efforts to ours as we do exactly that.
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You’ve been listening to American Dissident Voices, the radio program of the reconstituted National Alliance membership organization, founded by William Luther Pierce in 1970. This program is published every week at whitebiocentrism.com and nationalvanguard.org. Please write to us at National Alliance, Box 172, Laurel Bloomery, TN 37680 USA. We welcome your support, your inquiries, and your help in spreading our message of hope to our people. Once again, that address is Box 172, Laurel Bloomery, TN 37680 USA. Until next week, this is Kevin Alfred Strom reminding you to keep on thinking free.
Leo Frank case resources for further study:
The Murder of Little Mary Phagan by Mary Phagan Kean (Available on http://www.Archive.org) Written by Mary Phagan Kean, the great grand niece of Mary Phagan. A neutral account of the events surrounding the trial of Leo Frank.
American State Trials, volume X (1918) by John Lawson Tends to be biased in favor of Leo Frank and his legal defense team, this document provides an abridged version of the Brief of Evidence, leaving out some important things said and details when it republishes parts of the trial testimony. Be sure to read the 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 Trial Brief of Evidence.
Argument of Hugh M. Dorsey in the Trial of Leo Frank Some but not all of the nine hours of arguments given to the Jury at the end of the Leo Frank trial. Only 18 Libraries in the world have copies of this book. This is an excellent book and required reading.
Atlanta Constitution newspaper covering the Leo Frank Case from 1913 to 1915. http://www.archive.org
Atlanta Georgian newspaper covering the Leo Frank Case from April though August, 1913. http://archive.org/details/AtlantaGeorgianNewspaperAprilToAugust1913
Atlanta Journal Newspaper, April, 28, 1913, through till the end of August, 1913, pertaining to the Leo Frank Case: http://archive.org/details/AtlantaJournalApril281913toAugust311913
Notes on the Case of Leo M. Frank, By Tom W. Brown, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, 1982.
Leo Frank Trial and Appeals Georgia Supreme Court File (1,800 pages).
Tom Watson on the Leo Frank Case, The American Mercury, 2014