Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case.
Thursday, May 8th, 1913
John Black, city detective, followed Scott.
Q. Tell about the shirt.—A. Sergeant Bullard and I went out to the rear of 40 Henry Street and searched Newt Lee’s room.
Q. What did you find?—A. Lots of things.
Q. Tell about finding the shirt?—A. We found it in the bottom of an old barrel.
Q. Was the shirt on the top or in the bottom of the barrel?—A. In the bottom.
Q. When was this?—A. On Wednesday after the murder.
Q. Did you see the shirt Lee wore Sunday morning?—A. Yes.
Q. What kind was it?—A. A brown woolen shirt. The one we found at his home was unlaundered. It was washed, but not ironed.
Q. Have you any positive clews to the person that committed the crime?—A. No.
Q. What did Mr. Quinn say to you about his trip to factory Saturday?—A. Mr. Quinn said he was not at the factory on the day of the murder.
Q. How many times did he say it?—A. Two or three times. I heard him tell Detective Starnes that he had not been there.
Q. What did you tell Frank to ask Lee when they had a conference?—A. Nothing in particular, only that he try to get Lee to tell the truth.
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