Solution to the Murder of Mary Phagan 2013 to 2015
When traveling down the time web of imagination, we find ourselves coming to four doorways representing the most highly probable solutions to the Murder of Mary Phagan on April 26, 1913. We know with great certainty from what was revealed between April 26, 1913 and August 26, 1913, that the murderers can be reduced to three majority scenarios: Leo Frank vs. Jim Conley, or connivance.
The Leo Frank Defenses’ Jim Conley Murders Mary Phagan Alone Variation (1913 to 1915, 1982 to 2015): Jim Conley assaulted Mary Phagan in the lobby of the National Pencil Company, dumped her in the basement unconscious, dragged her to the rear of the basement, raped and robbed her, then fled out the backdoor of the factory. Alonzo Mann witnessed Jim Conley carrying an unconscious girl over his shoulder at 12:05 O’clock p.m. on Confederate Memorial Day, Saturday, April 26, 1913 in the lobby of the National Pencil Company.
The 21st Century Connivance Variation (2013) – Jim Conley played a greater roll in the bludgeoning, rape, strangulation, murder and mutilation than he said.
The State of Georgia’s Prosecution version of the Leo Frank Variation (1913 to 1915) – Leo Frank lured Mary Phagan into the metal room on the pretext of checking to see whether the metal.
The Sub Permutation of this Variation is:
The Koenigsberg Variation (2012) – Leo Frank and Mary Phagan had a pre-arranged tryst in the metal room at noon sharp on Saturday, April 26, 1913 in the metal room located on the second floor rear of the National Pencil Company, but something went wrong.