Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case.
The Atlanta Journal
Saturday, July 12, 1913
[*Editor’s Note: The first sentence in this article contains two sentence fragments due to a publishing error by the original newspaper.]
Solicitor and Hooper Grill Negro at Police Headquarters for Three Hours
For two hours and a half Solicitor Dorsey did practically all of the ques- […] Phagan case, Frank A. Hooper, quizzed Conley at police headquarters Friday afternoon. Two detectives stood guard on the outside of the door of the police commissioner’s room in which the questioning was done, but no one except the officials and the negro were inside the room.
Conley was grinning when he emerged from the room. The questioning ended shortly before 7 o’clock, and Solicitor Dorsey and Mr. Hooper left the station immediately. They would not discuss the quiz.
While the three were in the room Solicitor Dorsey made frequent reference to various papers which he drew from a leather case that he had brought with him to headquarters. Solicitor Dorsey did practically al [sic] of the questioning, with an occasional suggestion from Mr. Hooper.
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