[Editor’s Note: One hundred years of tribal demoralization, anti-Southern deracination, Jewish-Gentile agitation, and anti-Gentilism by the hyper-ethnocentric and well-organized Jewish community against African-American and European-American Gentiles continues unabated with this latest disgusting outrage: the centennial clemency decision honoring of former Governor John Marshall Slaton (1866-1955) on June 17, 2015, for his June 21, 1915, commutation of Leo Frank’s June 22, 1915 scheduled capital punishment by way of hanging. Jewish activists and their fellow travelers rarely mention that after Leo Frank was arrested (Tuesday morning, April 29, 1913, at 11:30 a.m.) for the rape-strangulation-mutilation of Mary Phagan (a thirteen-year-old working class girl who was violated and strangled to death at the National Pencil company) the Governor-Elect John M. Slaton and his law partner Jewish-American Benjamin Z. Phillips (of the well-known Slaton and Phillips) merged with Luther Zeigler Rosser’s law firm, ‘Rosser and Brandon’ – Jewish-American Morris Brandon – all together forming Georgia’s supreme juggernaut law group of Rosser, Brandon, Slaton and Phillips on May 1st 1913. Luther Rosser received an unheard-of $15,000 retainer to represent Leo Frank and defend him at his summer murder trial. $40,000 more from New York City and Chicago was raised for Leo Frank’s defense before his trial began – again an gargantuan sum. During Frank’s incarceration at Atlanta’s “Tower” Jail, a legal defense fund set up on his behalf eventually raised more than $250,000 for his conviction appeals, an astronomical sum of money in the early twentieth century. Moreover, the case that began as a local scandal went viral in nationwide newspaper circulation pathways and radio transmissions — as an ugly Jewish-American media war against White Gentile Southerners ensued with stop-at-nothing vicious attacks against the people of Georgia (an onslaught that sadly persists to this day more than a century later with the greatest ferocity).
Dishonor Celebrated: June 1915, during the last days of his term as the 60th Governor of Georgia, Slaton commuted the death sentence of his law firm’s client, Leo Frank, to life in prison, which inflamed the people of Georgia. In direct retaliation to this political treachery, 1,200 people protested outside the governor’s mansion. Frankites (pro Leo Frank activists) rarely discuss Governor Slaton’s betrayal of the Constitution and grotesque conflict of interest involving his wealthy law firm (Rosser, Brandon, Slaton and Phillips), especially about the fact that it was the impetus for Leo Frank’s abducting and hanging two months later on August 17, 1915 at former Sheriff William J. Frey’s cotton farm. The claim that Leo Frank was convicted and hanged because of anti-Semitism is an anti-Gentile, century-old racist hoax still perpetuated in the media today with bigoted ferocity by Jewish activists and their sycophantic allies.
More than one hundred years later, we continue to pursue justice for Mary Phagan.
We demand the posthumous pardon of Leo Frank be revoked or nullified, whatever it takes, for this centenary racist Jewish mockery to be terminated forever. This is not over, and if it requires one hundred years of agitation and activism to get this illegal posthumous pardon overturned, then so be it! Until then, this case is not closed, but open. Dear reader we have embedded the 1964 anti-Gentile propaganda film created by Jewish Hollywood activists called, “Profiles in Courage: John M. Slaton,” for your review 50 years later!
See the Vicious Hatred Against Anti-Gentilism by Hollywood released to the public with ‘Profiles in Courage, John Slaton’ 1964:
Also purchase the murder of little Mary Phagan two part made-for-tv miniseries on Amazon.com to see how Hollywood again in 1988 defame, slander and smear Southern Gentiles with a disgusting mockery of legal history.
Below is an article about the June 2015 honoring of the corrupt politician John M. Slaton. Please read the 1,800-page Leo Frank Georgia Supreme Court records to learn more about Slaton’s criminal activity in the Frank-Phagan affair, it will blow your mind! Now one has articulated the appeals record from 1913-1915]
A Lesson for Judges in Memory of the Governor Who Granted Clemency to Leo Frank
Katheryn Hayes Tucker, Daily Report
June 18, 2015
A crowd that included a Georgia Supreme Court justice, an assistant attorney general, a superior court judge and a former governor gathered in the sunshine and 92-degree heat Wednesday to commemorate a plaque at the Atlanta History Center.
It wasn’t so much the simple black-and-white sign that brought them there but the memory of John Marshall Slaton, the lawyer-governor who sacrificed his political career 100 years ago to grant clemency to Leo Frank, widely believed to be wrongly convicted of murder because of anti-Semitism. Slaton commuted Frank’s death sentence to life in prison. But that wasn’t the end of the story.
As Georgia Supreme Court Justice David Nahmias put it in his remarks to the gathering, “In the final blot that the case placed on the history of our state, a mob kidnapped Leo Frank, drove him to Marietta, and lynched him.”
Nahmias continued, “It is altogether right that we still celebrate what Governor Slaton did, because we need to remember those who stood tall in defense of the rule of law, to inspire all of us who need to stand tall when the rule of law is again threatened, as it is in one way or another almost every day. We need to fight for equal justice under the law, even if we do not immediately prevail.
“Governor Slaton is, and should be, a particular inspiration to people like me—judges on the courts of Georgia and on the federal courts—the kind of judges who were unable to protect Leo Frank from the unjust ending that the mob demanded.”
Other speakers included former Gov. Roy Barnes, Cobb County Superior Court Chief Judge Steve Schuster, Assistant Attorney General of Georgia Van Pearlberg and Jerry Klinger, president of the Jewish American Society for Historic Preservation. The Georgia Historical Society also supported the project.
The marker stands beside the sidewalk on Slaton Drive near the former governor’s home and between the history center’s Veterans Park on West Paces Ferry Road and the historic Swan House. The inscription includes the governor’s name and lifespan, 1866-1955, followed by this note:
“John Marshall Slaton was born in Meriwether County and graduated from the University of Georgia before practicing law in Atlanta. Slaton served in both houses of the Georgia legislature and two terms as governor (1911-12 and 1913-15). While in office, he modernized Georgia’s tax system and roads. Concerned by the sensationalized atmosphere and circumstantial evidence that led to the notorious 1913 conviction of Jewish businessman Leo Frank in the murder of teenager Mary Phagan, Slaton granted Frank clemency in June 1915. Slaton’s commutation of Frank’s death sentence drew national attention but hostile local backlash resulted in Frank’s lynching in August 1915 and the end of Slaton’s political career. Slaton lived on property adjacent to today’s Atlanta History Center and Slaton Drive (named in his honor). He is buried in Oakland Cemetery.”
Disgusting Jewish Racism: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=7937575
Temple Kol Emeth, Rabbi Steven Lebow’s ugly lies: http://www.mdjonline.com/view/full_story/26684769/article-John-Slaton—A-Georgia-profile-in-courage
Profiles in Courage: John Slaton (1964): http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0679734/mediaindex
1. The Murder of Little Mary Phagan by Mary Phagan Kean (1989) New Horizon Press, NJ.
2. The Case of Leo Frank and its Aftermath by Tom Watson Brown, Published at Emory University 1982.
3. Leo Frank Georgia Supreme Court records containing the Leo Frank trial brief of evidence, 1913.
The Murder of Little Mary Phagan two Part miniseries NBC 1988.