Leo Frank Trial Analysis Podcast by Pastor Eli James

by Curator on January 28, 2019


This video was censored on YouTube thanks to the ADL partnership with Google.

Podcast on how and why Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith was created:
Pastor Eli James publishes his 9th part of a radio program on the centuries-old Jewish activist
group B'nai B'rith (founded October 13, 1843) which founded the Anti-Defamation League in 1913,
galvanized in the aftermath of Leo Frank's August 25, 1913, conviction and death sentence for
the sex-murder of his 13-year-old employee, Mary Phagan (June 1st, 1899 - April 26th, 1913).
Primary and secondary research about the Leo Frank Case:
The Leo Frank Case Inside Story of Georgia's
Greatest Murder Mystery 1913
- This is the first neutral book written about the murder
of Mary Phagan and trial of Leo Frank.
The Murder of Little Mary Phagan by Mary Phagan Kean
Written by Mary Phagan Kean, the great grand niece of Mary Phagan. This
semi-autobiographical and neutral account of the events surrounding the trial and appeals of
Leo Frank include never before published detailed information about Frank's posthumous
pardon. This insightful book is well worth reading and it's a refreshing change from the
endless number of Jewish authored modern and contemporary books, disingenuously transforming
the Leo Frank case into a neurotic, anti-Gentile, ethnoreligious-obsessed tabloid
American State Trials, volume X (1918) by John
Davison Lawson
tends to be biased in favor of Leo Frank and his legal
defense team. This case commentary review provides an *abridged* version of the Brief of
Evidence, leaving out some of the important testimony and evidence when it republishes parts
of the trial testimony digest. Be sure to read the abridged 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 Case Brief of
Evidence and Atlanta's daily newspapers publishing the question and answer portions (July
28-August 21, 1913).
Argument of Hugh M. Dorsey in the Trial of Leo Frank.
Some but not all of the 9 hours of arguments given to the Jury at the end of the Leo Frank
trial on August 22, 23, and 25, 1913. Only a dozen or so libraries in the United States have
copies of this peroration in book format. This is an excellent book and required reading for
students of the Leo Frank case to see how prosecutor Hugh Dorsey, in sales vernacular,
'closed' the panel of 13 men (the trial jury of 12 men plus Judge Leonard Strickland Roan).
The Leo Frank Trial Brief of Evidence (1913):
Leo M. Frank, Plaintiff in Error, vs. the State
of Georgia, Defendant in Error. In Error from Fulton Superior Court at the July Term 1913,
Brief of Evidence.
Only a few original copies of this 300-page
book-digest from 1913 and 1914 exist at the Georgia State Archive. This trial digest can
also be found in the Leo Frank Georgia Supreme Court files.
Leo Frank's defenders often misrepresent these trial legal documents and
examples can be found in the most popular books about the Leo Frank case by Steve Oney,
Leonard Dinnerstein, Robert Seitz Frey, Elaine Marie Alphin, the Samueles' and other
Frankites. Since the Leo Frank (BOE - brief of evidence) was released on the Internet, the
number of books by pro-Frank extremists falsifying the trial testimony has diminished
Three Major Atlanta Dailies of the Time: The Atlanta Constitution, The
Atlanta Journal and The Atlanta Georgian (Hearst's Tabloid Yellow Journalism). The most
relevant issues concerning the murder investigation and trial are between April 28th to
August 27th, 1913.
Atlanta Constitution daily newspaper: The Murder of Mary Phagan, Coroner's Inquest,
Grand Jury, Investigation, Pre-Trial Discover, Trial, Appeals, Prison Shanking and Lynching
reported about the Phagan-Frank Case in the Atlanta Constitution Daily Newspaper from 1913 to
Atlanta Georgian daily newspaper (Lot's of Extras): covering the Leo Frank Case from
late April through August 1913.
Atlanta Journal daily newspaper (evening edition): April 28, 1913, through till the
end of August, 1913, pertaining to articles about the Leo Frank Case.
The most sensational criminal trial in Southern history concluded its testimony portion
on August 21, 1913, a few days after Leo Frank made an admission on the witness stand
(August 18, 1913) that some say amounted to a murder trial confession
On August 18, 1913, Leo Frank reveals the solution to the Mary Phagan murder
mystery stating he might have "unconsciously" gone to the bathroom in the metal room to
counter Monteen Stover's testimony that he was not in his inner or outer office from 12:05
to 12:10 PM on April 26, 1913:
Now gentlemen [of the Jury], to the best of my recollection from the time
the whistle blew for twelve o’clock [noon on Saturday, April 26, 1913] until after a
quarter to one [12:46 p.m.] when I went upstairs and spoke to Arthur White and Harry Denham
[at the rear of the fourth floor], to the best of my recollection, I did not stir out of
the inner office [at the front of the second floor]; but it is possible that in order to
answer a call of nature or to urinate I may have gone to the toilet [in the metal room at
the rear of the second floor]. Those are things that a man does unconsciously and cannot
tell how many times nor when he does it (Leo Frank Trial Statement, August 18, Brief of
Evidence, 1913; Georgia Supreme Court Brief, 1913, 1914).
Leo Frank astonishingly re-confirms he might have been in the men's toilet (only one set of
toilets existed on the second floor of the National Pencil Company factory, they are
located in the machine department AKA metal room) at the time Monteen Stover said his
office had been empty on the murder day (between 12:05 pm to 12:10 pm). This ineluctably
incriminating admission was first given by Leo Frank on August 18, 1913, at his trial while
he was seated on the witness stand. He once again placed himself at the scene of the crime
at the time the sex-murder occurred. You have to read it with your own eyes to believe it.
U.S. Senator From Georgia Tom Watson:
Tom Watson's Jeffersonian Newspaper about the Leo Frank Case and its
principals can be found in some of the weekly issues during 1914, 1915, 1916 and 1917 and
in Watson's monthly magazine (1915). Tom Watson's best work on the Leo M. Frank case

were published in August and September of 1915 in his Watson's Jeffersonian
Watson's five major magazine works written serially on the Frank-Phagan affair, provide
logical arguments confirming the guilt of Leo M. Frank with the superb reasoning of a
seasoned criminal attorney. These five 1915 articles spread out over numerous months are
absolutely required reading for anyone interested in the Leo M. Frank Case. Originals of
these magazines are extremely difficult to find because efforts have been ongoing since
1915 to make them disappear. Fortunately, a small number of these issues have survived into
the 21st century and they have been digitized so they might last forever.
Digital Source:
Digital Source:
Tom Watson's Jeffersonian Weekly Newspaper
Watson's analysis of the Phagan-Frank case is the controversial forbidden fruit of truth
that have been censored and suppressed for more than 100 years by Leo Frank's defenders,
except when they mention it for the purpose of mocking and deriding his works.
For a nearly complete selection of Watson's weekly newspaper discussing the case (click
here): Tom Watson's Jeffersonian newspaper articles
specifically related to the Murder of Mary Phagan and Leo Frank Case
. This collection
weekly newspapers about the Leo Frank case and it's principals does not include the monthly
Watson's Magazine.
Tom Watson Brown, Grandson of Thomas Edward Watson:
Notes on the Case of Leo M. Frank and its Aftermath
by Tom W. Brown, Emery University, Atlanta, Georgia, 1982. Despite being
marred by a few errors (including Brown's belief in the Mary Phagan bitemark hoax) this is
still overall a good analysis of the Leo Frank Case.
The Elusive Leo Frank Georgia Supreme Court Archive (Required Reading):
2017 Leo Frank Case Audiobook Serial: The American Mercury series on the Mary Phagan
murder trial, read by Vanessa Neubauer (2017)

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