Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case.
The Atlanta Constitution
Sunday, July 13, 1913
Jim Conley Declares Positively That He Has Made No New Admissions.
Jim Conley, the negro sweeper, who was reached for a moment by newspaper reporters last night, reiterated his former story and declared positively that he had made no new statement of admission.
The police have taken special pains to keep Jim secluded from reporters. Early Saturday night they managed to find him in a cell in “Drunkard’s Row.” He answered a few questions put to him, and seemed very willing to talk.
An early arrival of the turnkey, however, prevented the newspaper men from further questions.
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