Jewish Supremacism and Racist Anti-Gentilism Prevails at New Georgia Encyclopedia www.GeorgiaEncyclopedia.org

by Curator on January 1, 2015

Dear New Students of the Frank-Phagan Case,

The New Georgia Encyclopedia (NGE) with a disingenuous mask of academic legitimacy, openly falsifies the facts surrounding the principals and events associated with the 1913 murder of Mary Phagan and trial of Leo Frank. Their efforts appear to be part of a much broader Jewish Evolutionary Strategy (JES) propaganda campaign brought against European-Americans in an effort to guilt, shame and uproot White Gentiles away from any cultural or ethnic tendencies of solidarity, simply because some of their counterparts suspected, indicted, convicted and sentenced a Jewish serial pedophile to capital punishment for raping and strangling a 13 year old girl. For more than a century, well organized Jewish communities have continued to use the Frank-Phagan case as a deracinating morality tale against Gentiles, but it’s back-firing now that the official legal records of the Leo Frank trial and appeals have been published online at various Internet libraries. In order to redress the generations of falsified history, our research library is vigorously encouraging students and scholars to study Jewish evolutionary strategy (Kevin MacDonald) and draw parallels with it in conjunction to how Jewry has transformed the Leo Frank case into mawkish cultural phenomena and racist anti-Gentile mythologies.  Students of the Frank-Phagan case making the public aware of the malicious re-writing of history is a first step forward in bringing the truth to Americans.

Letter Writing Campaign

The Leo Frank research library is looking for independent research students to recruit a small dedicated group of people who will organize a professional letter writing campaign for the purpose of calmly contacting the New Georgia Encyclopedia (NGE) by snail-mail and email. By means of appeal to reason and politely pointing out all the errors and lies by omission that are being used by NGE to poison the minds of Georgia’s children and perpetuate Frank-Phagan case falsehoods amongst adults. For those interested in this scholarly effort please study the primary sources of the Frank-Phagan case at our library, and then carefully fact check the NGE web site to put together a list of items together, with the expressed purpose of contacting them about. The only way this effort would have even a fighting chance to succeed is by being calm, polite, fairmindedness and making appeals to reason in our direct communication with NGE.

References:

Leo Frank Case Entry at New Georgia Encyclopedia by Jewish Pseudo-historian Leonard Dinnerstein
http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/articles/history-archaeology/leo-frank-case

Tom Watson’s Jeffersonian Publishing Company
http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/articles/arts-culture/jeffersonian-publishing-company

Tom Watson
http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/articles/history-archaeology/thomas-e-watson-1856-1922

Hugh Dorsey
http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/articles/government-politics/hugh-m-dorsey-1871-1948

Concerning the Leo Frank Page at the Racist Anti-Gentile New Georgia Encyclopedia.

NGE contact page: http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/contact-us

1. “The degree of anti-Semitism involved in Frank’s conviction and subsequent lynching is difficult to assess, but it was enough of a factor to have inspired Jews, and others, throughout the country to protest the conviction of an innocent man.”

Yet, every level of the United States legal system, all the way up to the United States Supreme Court twice, in their majority and unanimous decisions denied Leo Frank’s appeals, the Georgia Supreme Court ruled Leo Frank had a fair trial and that the evidence of his trial sustained a guilty verdict. In 1986 the Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles posthumously pardoned Leo Frank on a technicality without officially absolving him of the Phagan murder.

2. “One of the policemen knew the girl and identified her”.

Wrong, it was the nephew of officer W.W. “Boots” Rogers, named Grace Hicks who first identified the body of Mary Phagan, not the police.

3. “Frank claimed to have been in his office for about twenty minutes or more after Phagan left the previous day”.

No, Leo Frank said he was in his office every minute from noon to 12:45 p.m., that was his alibi for 3.5 months after his arrest on April 28, 1913, but at his trial, when he was seated on the witness stand August 18, 1913, Leo Frank said he might have unconsciously gone to the bathroom in the metal room to explain why his office was empty between 12:05pm and 12:10pm (also see Monteen Stover’s trial testimony).

Leo Frank seated on the witness stand at his trial Monday afternoon August 18, 1913:

Now, gentlemen, to the best of my recollection from the time the
whistle blew for twelve o’clock until after a quarter to one when I went
up stairs and spoke to Arthur White and Harry Denham, to the best of
my recollection, I did not stir out of the inner office; but it is possible that
in order to answer a call of nature or to urinate I may have gone to the
toilet. Those are things that a man does unconsciously and cannot tell
how many times nor when he does it. Now, sitting in my office at my
desk, it is impossible for me to see out into the outer hall when the safe
door is open, as it was that morning, and not only is it impossible for me
to see out, but it is impossible for people to see in and see me there.

This time segment the same period he told police months earlier (State’s Exhibit B, Monday, April 28, 1913; Atlanta Constitution August 2nd, 1913) Mary was in his office with him between 12:05 p.m. and 12:10 p.m.

Excerpt from Leo Frank’s deposition, April 28, 1913:

The office boy and the stenographer were in the office
with me until noon. They left about 12 or a little after. We have a day
watchman there. He left shortly before 12 o’clock. After the office boy
and the stenographer left, this little girl, Mary Phagan, came in, but at
the time I didn’t know that was her name. She came in between 12:05
and 12:10, maybe 12:07
, to get her pay envelope, her salary.

The prosecution built its case that Leo Frank murdered Mary Phagan in the metal room shortly after she arrived at about noontime. Jim Conley said he found Mary Phagan dead in the metal room’s bathroom after Leo Frank confessed to him about assaulting her there because she wouldn’t have sex with him (Frank).

4. “Another young factory worker who had come shortly afterward to collect her pay stated that Frank was not in sight when she arrived. She waited a few minutes and then left”.

The girl was Monteen Stover, and she specifically said she had gone to Franks office, waiting between 12:05pm and 12:10pm and found it unoccupied, not a few minutes, but 5 full minutes, this was the exact same time Frank said he was alone with Mary in his office (States Exhibit b), but on the witness stand Frank said he was in the metal room’s bathroom, the bathroom is the place where Jim Conley claimed to have found the dead body of Phagan. All things considered, isn’t that a bit incriminating?

5. “The night watchman, another early suspect in the case, told police that Frank called later in the day to see if everything was all right, which he had never done before. On the basis of this evidence Frank was arrested”.

This half-truth and lie by omission is part of the racist Jewish supremacist narrative that the cops arrested Leo Frank on scant evidence. Frank was arrested after he told the police on Sunday, April 27, 1913 at 8:26 a.m., that Newt Lees time card was punched perfectly every half hour, but on Monday, April 28, 1913, Frank told police that Newt Lee had missed 4 punches, giving Lee, 4 hours of unaccounted for time. This forged time card was submitted at the Leo Frank trial as Defendant’s Exhibit A. Police also found a forged bloody shirt at Newt Lees home and felt that it had been planted there to Frame Newt Lee, Because the Phagan murder notes also pointed to Newt Lee as the culprit. The murder notes described Newt Lee’s description perfectly. (see “Phagan death notes”)

6. “The police thereafter collected more “evidence” before deciding to put Frank on trial.”

This assertion is falsely insinuating that the evidence against frank was weak. Hair soaked in dried blood was found tangled around the handle of a lathe in the metal room, and a 5 inch wide blood stain was found on the floor in the metal room next to the metalroom’s toilet entryway. Former child laborers employed at the factory had stated that Frank was sexually harassing them, and that he knew definitely knew Mary Phagan by name. Leo Frank claimed he didnt know his employee Mary Phagan by name, which we know is likely false, since he paid her salary 52 times, for more than 2700 hours of labor. Also, Mary Phagan worked on the same Floor as Leo Frank and to reach the toilets Frank would have to pass by her work station. Leo Frank also told Pinkerton Detective Harry Scott that Mary Phagan had been sexually active with James Gantt, how could Frank know something so intimate about a girl he claimed he did not know?

7. “The Trial Based mainly on the testimony of the janitor, who had been held in seclusion for six weeks before the trial on orders from Solicitor General Hugh M. Dorsey, the jury convicted the defendant”.

False, The trial at the time was the longest and most expensive in Southern history, numerous witnesses testified and gave incriminating evidence against Frank. It was Monteen Stover who caused Leo Frank to change his alibi, an alibi Leo Frank maintained for 3.5 months. As discussed above, Leo Frank made an incriminating statement on the witness stand, August 18, 1913, saying he unconsciously went to the bathroom in the metal room, at the time he formerly told police he was alone with Mary Phagan. And Leo Frank before the trial claimed he never left his office between noon and 12:45pm.

8. “They also allowed evidence to be introduced suggesting that Frank had many dalliances with girls, and perhaps boys, in his employ”.

It was Leo Frank’s defense team who brought up the issue of his character first, opening the door for prosecutor Dorsey to challenge his reputation. Not the other way around.

9. “The Governor’s Decision. When all the court appeals had been exhausted, Frank’s attorneys sought a commutation from Georgia governor John M. Slaton.”

Why haven’t you mention that Governor John M. Slaton was part owner and senior law partner of the law firm that represented Leo Frank at his trial, the law group was called, ‘Rosser, Brandon, Slaton and Phillips’. Basically Slaton commuted the death sentence of his own law client. This law firm formed in early July 1913, weeks before the Leo Frank trial began. Isn’t that a conflict of interest? A part owner of the lawfirm representing Leo Frank at his trial, commuting the death sentence of its client?!? Is that not a gross betrayal of the Governor’s power to commute a convicted murderer’s death sentence?

10. “Slaton reviewed more than 10,000 pages of documents, visited the pencil factory where the murder had taken place, and finally decided that Frank was innocent.”

Wrong, the last page of Slatons 29-page commutation letter, Slaton says he is sustaining the verdict of the judge, jury and appeals courts, he says nothing about thinking Leo Frank is innocent. In fact he never says during in his entire life that he thought Leo was innocent. Also Slaton’s 29-page clemency order, conveniently disregarded the testimony of Monteen Stover, despite the Leo Frank defense, prosecution and judge ratifying the trial brief of evidence containing Stover’s testimony. What we might ask today is why have the vast majority of books left out Stover’s testimony and Leo Frank’s ineluctably incriminating response to it about an “unconscious” toilet visit?

11. “Conclusion, The Frank case not only was a miscarriage of justice but also symbolized many of the South’s fears at that time.”

Wrong, it was not a miscarriage of justice. Frank had a fair trial according to the trial judge and appeals courts. A pedophile pounded in the face of a 13-year old girl with his fists, before raping and strangling her, a Coroner’s inquest voted 7 to 0 (Coroner + 6 jurymen) against Leo Frank binding him over to a grandjury, the grandjury voted 22 to 0 (Judge + 21 grandjurymen) indicting Leo Frank of murder and finally the longest and most expensive trial at the time convicts Leo Frank 13 to 0 (Judge +12 jurors). Was there a miscarriage of justice when 42 people unanimously voted against Frank before his appeals? Was there a miscarriage of Justice when every level of the United States legal system left Leo Frank’s verdict of guilt undisturbed? Was it a miscarriage of justice when Governor Slaton said on page 29 of his commutation order he was sustaining the judge, jury and appellate courts? Was it a miscarriage of justice when the Georgia board of Pardons and Paroles refused to officially absolve Leo Frank of his guilt, when they issued him a pardon (re: without addressing his innocence or guilt)? Your falsely rendered conclusion based on the misrepresentation of Slaton’s commutation order is wrong and more broadly goes against every level of the United States system of justice from 1913 to 1986. Officially Leo Frank is still guilty and the evidence contained within the 1800 page Georgia Supreme Court records sustains his guilt.

“South’s fears at the time”

You are suggesting the natural fears that parents have of sending their pre-teen and teenage daughters and sons to work in the factory sweatshops of early 20th century America, as symbolizing why Leo Frank “did not receive justice”, but a “miscarriage of justice” – is truly grotesque on its face.

12. Frank’s Jewish identity compounded southern resentment toward him, as latent anti-Semitic sentiments.

False, the fact that Leo Frank was a German Jew, and a prominent one at that, helped him more than it hurt him. Jews had never or scarcely been known to commit such heinous crimes of sadistic violence. Moreover, Jews were considered White in the South, and held in high regard, because they were generally considered upstanding and law abiding people. Many Jewish factory owners had created hundreds of jobs for Southerners, including those who founded the National Pencil Company, even if the working conditions were far from ideal.

Why in your sources, do you not include, the murder of Mary Phagan by Mary Phagan Kean? But every other biased pro-Leo Frank source is included. You are poisoning the minds of children, teenagers, college students and adults with your biased “Encyclopedia”. An encyclopedia is supposed to be balanced and unbiased, instead you are using yours as a racist anti-Gentile and anti-Southern propaganda tool.

The above response sent to their contact page.

More Disinformation Sourced / Referenced by New Georgia Encyclopedia.

“This Day in Georgia History, May 05, 1913, Leo Frank Defended, Lemmie Quinn, foreman of Mary Phagan’s work area at the National Pencil Factory, testified he saw Leo Frank the Saturday of the murder and that all was perfectly normal. Furthermore he knew Frank well and was certain that he was not guilty of the murder. But detectives accused him of accepting a bribe from Frank to make those statements, an accusation Quinn firmly denied.”

http://georgiainfo.galileo.usg.edu/thisday/gahistory/05/05/leo-frank-defended

I call upon the New Georgia Encyclopedia to review the Coroner’s inquest in the Atlanta Constitution, Georgian and Journal, May, 1913, at www.Archive.org Internet Archive.

Lemmie Quinn signed an affidavit one week before the Coroner’s Inquest (State’s Exhibit S) stating he had gone to play billiards after he left the NPCo factory at a quarter to one (11:45 a.m.), and he does not ever mention coming back to the factory. Lemmie Quinn had been caught redhanded lying about coming back to the factory at 12:20pm to speak with Leo Frank. When the Coroner asked Leo Frank why he waited a week to bring forward this critical alibi witness to the police, Leo Frank said he wanted to wait for his lawyers permission first. The Coroner was incredulous as to be expected. Is this the behavior of an innocent man? What innocent man accused of murdering a child would wait a week to bring forward an alibi witness with the excuse he wanted his lawyers permission first (see: Leo Frank trial brief of evidence, State’s Exhibit S, 1913).

More Distortions Sourced / Referenced by New Georgia Encyclopedia:

“Leo Frank Trial Day 19, Frank Testified…. SNIP…. He said Mary came in for her pay soon after 12:00 noon on April 26th, returned a few minutes later to ask if the shipment of metal had arrived (Phagan’s job was putting metal tips on pencils), then left his office and he never saw her alive again. He worked on a financial report that afternoon, then went home. Frank said that Jim Conley’s testimony was all lies, and that he never saw Conley that day. Frank concluded by answering those who had questioned why he wouldn’t talk to the police or press: “Some newspaper man has called me ‘the silent man in the Tower.’ Gentlemen, this is the time and here is the place! I have told you the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.”

http://georgiainfo.galileo.usg.edu/thisday/gahistory/08/18/leo-frank-trial-day-19-frank-testified

Mary came for her pay soon after twelve noon?! Are you sure? because Leo Frank gave four different times concerning when Mary had arrived at his office.

1. On Sunday, April 27, 1913, Leo Frank told police, Mary Phagan had arrived in his office at 12:03pm.

2. On Monday, April 28, 1913, Leo Frank made a deposition at the station house to police in the presence of his lawyers, saying Mary Phagan arrived in his office “between 12:05 to 12:10pm, maybe 12:07pm”

3. On May 5th and 8th, Leo Frank told the Coroner’s Inquest, Mary Phagan arrived around 12:10 to 12:15pm,

4. At the trial Leo Frank stated to the jury Mary Phagan arrived at 12:12pm to 12:17pm.

So which is it New Georgia Encyclopedia?

Mary’s job was putting rubber erasers into the brass caps of pencils, not putting metal tips on pencils.

Leo Frank left out, “And Nothing but the truth” part, I wonder why you falsely added that part? And why did Leo Frank leave out that part? (see Leo Frank trial statement, August 18, 1913, Leo Frank trial brief of evidence). Check the official record documents, Leo Frank never said “And Nothing But the Truth”. Why did every witness at the trial say those words except Leo Frank?

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Dec 6th, 2014, a second letter was written to the Georgia Encyclopedia from another writer, asking for explanations.

DESCRIPTIONS OF ERRORS

1. The degree of anti-Semitism involved in Frank’s conviction and subsequent lynching is difficult to assess, but it was enough of a factor to have inspired Jews, and others, throughout the country to protest the conviction of an innocent man.

2. On April 26, 1913, Mary Phagan, the child of tenant farmers who had moved to Atlanta for financial gain.

3. “went to the pencil factory to pick up her $1.20 pay for the twelve hours she had worked that week”

4. A young factory girl had been brutally murdered; rumors spread that she had been sexually assaulted before her death.

5. “One of the policemen knew the girl and identified her.”

6. Frank claimed to have been in his office for about twenty minutes or more after Phagan left the previous day.

7. Another young factory worker who had come shortly afterward to collect her pay stated that Frank was not in sight when she arrived. She waited a few minutes and then left.

8. The police thereafter collected more “evidence” before deciding to put Frank on trial.

9. The Trial “Based mainly on the testimony of the janitor,”

10. Frank’s attorneys sought a commutation from Georgia governor John M. Slaton.

11. Slaton reviewed more than 10,000 pages of documents, visited the pencil factory where the murder had taken place, and finally decided that Frank was innocent. He commuted the sentence, however, to life imprisonment, assuming that Frank’s innocence would eventually be fully established and he would be set free.

12. Conclusion: The Frank case not only was a miscarriage of justice but also symbolized many of the South’s fears at that time. Workers resented being exploited by northern factory owners who had come south to reorganize a declining agrarian economy. Frank’s Jewish identity compounded southern resentment toward him, as latent anti-Semitic sentiments, inflamed by Tom Watson, became more pronounced. Editorials and commentaries in newspapers all over the United States supporting a new trial for Frank and/or claiming his innocence reinforced the beliefs of many outraged Georgians, who saw in them the attempt of Jews to use their money and influence to undermine justice.

13. Why don’t you use more balanced sources? Why only sources biased in Frank’s behalf?

Suggested Corrections to be Made:

1. Your comments about anti-Semitism are false and so are the claims he was suspected, indicted and convicted because of the common Jewish narrative about wide spread anti-Semitism in the South. This is a racist anti-White suggestion that race or religious prejudice railroaded Leo Frank. This is stated to distort the Leo Frank case on his behalf. No one is denying there weren’t black-white biases in the old south, but the Jewish-Gentile bias was virtually non-existent (Lindemann, Albert, (1991) Three Jews Accused).

2. Did you ever consider that Phagan’s family moved to Atlanta for a better life, other than for just “financial gain”? Did you have to put it in such terms “financial gain”? They were a family of poor tenant farmers, struggling to survive, doesn’t it seem they would strive to find a better life, other than for just Dinnerstein’s callous description “financial gain”. Most tenant farmers who moved to the city did so in the hopes for a higher quality of life.

3. If you look in the May, 1913, Atlanta Constitution newspaper issues, during the Coroner’s Inquest, you can see that a former paymaster, James Milton Gantt, said Mary Phagan’s normal wage was $4.05 for 55 hours, which is 7.5 cents an hour, not 10 cents as you have cited. The Atlanta Constitution newspaper reports from 1913 about the Frank-Phagan case, are on The Internet Archive (www.Archive.org).

4. Why do you say rumors? The undertaker and physicians that inspected her body, found her underwear torn open across the vagina and soaked with blood and discharge, and evidence of rape was testified about at the trial. Is this another anti-Semitic conspiracy theory when initially the physicians found evidence of rape? Are you basically trying to say the medical investigators were lying? spreading false rumors? Phagan’s underwear was ripped open across the vagina all the way to the right seem and examining doctors found evidence of violence inside the vagina, was the perpetrator just playing peek-a-boo? The con artist and pseudo-historian Leonard Dinnerstein is one of the only Frankites who claims Mary Phagan wasn’t raped.

5. One of the policeman did NOT know the girl and did NOT identify her, it was a police officer W.W. “Boots” Rodger’s niece, Grace Hicks who first identified the body of Mary Phagan.

6. Frank claimed he was in his office from NOON (12:00 p.m. to 12:45 p.m.) not 20 minutes as you claim. In the Leo Frank trial brief of evidence, you can read what he says about this fact.

7. Why don’t you say her name is Monteen Stover, and that she said 5 minutes Frank was out of his office, not a “few minutes”.  You are falsifying the Leo Frank trial brief of evidence State’s Exhibit B, Leo Frank’s deposition to Atlanta police at the stationhouse. Monteen Stover said she arrived in Leo Frank’s office at 12:05 p.m. and waited 5 minutes and then left at 12:10 p.m., because Frank’s office was empty, thus she was unable to collect her pay. Why are you also leaving out that Leo Frank made an unsworn deposition to the Atlanta Police, where he said Mary Phagan was in his office with him between 12:05 p.m. and 12:10 p.m.? Why did you leave out State’s Exhibit B from the Leo Frank trial? You can read the full interrogation / deposition in the August 2nd, 1913 issue of the Atlanta Constitution where it was republished (Internet Archive).

8. If you are going to put “quotes” around the word evidence, why don’t you at least tell us what that evidence is if you’re going to suggest it’s false, hollow or empty. Where is your mention of the death notes found next to Phagan’s body? What about the blood soaked shirt planted at Newt Lee’s home in his garbage burn barrel, which was a failed attempt to frame him? How about the evidence that on Sunday, April 27, 1913, Leo Frank told police Newt Lee had punched his time card perfectly every half hour on the evening of the murder, but the next day, Monday, April 28, 1913, Leo Frank told the police that Newt Lee didn’t punch his timecard perfectly every 30 minutes, and that Lee missed 4 hours worth of punches. Why don’t you mention this forged time card incident, its available for the world to see: Leo Frank’s defendant exhibit A in the Leo Frank trial brief of evidence.

9. Why don’t you mention Monteen Stover’s testimony in the Atlanta Constitution in May 1913, and at the trial July 31st, 1913: about Leo Frank being missing from his office for five minutes, between 12:05 p.m. and 12:10p.m. on the day of the murder? The exact time Leo Frank said Mary Phagan was alone with him in his office is also left out of your retelling, Why? Why don’t you mention that Leo Frank said he went to the bathroom in the metal room during this unaccounted for time at the trial? Why did you leave this critical evidence out of your retelling?

10. Why don’t you mention that on page 29 of the commutation ordered by John Slaton, that Slaton says he is SUSTAINING the verdict of guilt by the Judge, Jury etc… Why dont you mention that Slaton was senior partner in the lawfirm that represented Leo Frank at his trial in July/august 1913. The lawfirm “Rosser, Brandon, *Slaton* and Phillips” represented Leo Frank during his trial and appeals. Is there a reason you left this detail out of your retelling? Is there a reason why you left out this gross conflict of interest in your retelling of the Leo Frank case?

11. Show me one official document or newspaper article before Slaton’s death in 1955, quoting Slaton saying he thought Leo Frank was innocent. In fact why dont you read the last page of Slaton’s 29-page commutation order and tell everyone what it says.

12. Your conclusion is false, it’s racist anti-White, anti-Southern, anti-Christian, anti-Gentile hate what you are perpetuating. You are using this article to promote racist hate, prejudice, bigotry and lies against the South and Gentiles.

13. Your entire article uses biased sources, that are clearly on Frank’s side, you never bothered to use more balanced sources. Read the one star review about all of Leonard Dinnerstein’s books, so you can learn about his racist anti-Gentile and anti-Southern pathological lying.

What the reader wants to know New Georgia Encyclopedia is this:

Where is the evidence about Mary Phagan’s hair being found in the metal room, and blood on the floor, also found in the metal room next to the bathroom door?

Finally, Did you know that Leo Frank told the jury he might have “unconsciously” gone to the bathroom in the metal room during his trial statement to the jury? (Leo Frank trial brief of evidence, page 186, 1913) This was his way of accounting for his office being empty when Monteen Stover arrived and found it empty at a time Frank said he was there with Mary Phagan (State’s Exhibit B). Why did you leave this evidence out of your retelling? Why did you leave out the fact that the State’s case was built on the theory that Leo Frank murdered Mary Phagan in the metal room? Why did you leave out the testimony of Jim Conley where he states he found Mary Phagan dead in the metal room bathroom after Leo Frank admitted to him about assaulting her?

Your Sources for correct information?

Is ‘Academic Dishonesty’ Leonard Dinnerstein’s Middle Name?

First of all, Leonard Dinnerstein is a bigoted anti-Southern academic parasite, perverted intellectual and pseudo-historian, who has been caught red handed falsifying the official Leo Frank trial brief of evidence, suppressing testimony and generally turning the case of Mary Phagan’s murder and Leo Frank trial into a racist anti-Gentile hate crime hoax.

In your references, you use only pro-Leo-Frank sources, how about using the Murder of Mary Phagan by Mary Phagan Kean as a source? or The Frank Case, 1913, by Atlanta Publishing Company, which is another excellent source. How about including some sources that balance out the article, instead of making it biased on Leo Frank’s behalf and smearing Southerners with lies in your subtext and suppositions?

These newspapers are available online for reference at the Internet Archive: Atlanta Constitution, 1913; Atlanta Journal, 1913; Atlanta Georgian, 1913.

We are encouraging people to calmly and politely write this encyclopedia about their biased errors and to appeal to their reason.

To contact them calmly and politely by U.S. mail:

New Georgia Encyclopedia
c/o Georgia Humanities Council
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