Leo Frank Court Appeals: August 27, 1913 to April 1915

Leo Frank Appeals: Majority and Unanimous Decisions during the Appeals Process Affirm the Murder Conviction Given by the Trial Jury After the murder trial ended August 21, closing arguments concluded, the jury rendered its decision on August 25 at 4 p.m., and the trial judge affirmed the decision and sentencing on August 26, 1913. Frank’s lawyers immediately appealed. Leo Frank, Continue Reading →

Leo Frank’s Family Background

It was no mistake that Leo Frank was from good German-Jewish genetic stock, especially given the racially conscious and eugenic breeding patterns interwoven within Jewish history, tradition, and culture. Leo Frank was not only endowed with innate intelligence, but fortunate enough to have been provided with the kind of opportunities and enriching environment he needed to achieve success in life. Continue Reading →

Leo Frank Documentary and Film Review: People v. Leo Frank, Directed by Ben Loeterman and Chief Consultant Steve Oney

People v. Leo Frank (2009) directed by Ben Loeterman and Steve Oney (senior consultant). Please watch, transcribe, and fact-check each segment of this 84 minute, 2009 published docudrama by using the 1913 – 1915 primary sources of the Leo Frank case (legal records and Atlanta newspaper reports) to determine what is fact or fiction. When you have completed this task, Continue Reading →

Introduction to Leo Frank (1884 to 1915)

Leo Max Frank (April 17, 1884 – August 17, 1915), also stylized as Leo M. Frank, or Leo Frank. Introduction: Leo Frank’s Life Summarized and Distilled to the Essentials Leo M. Frank was a Jewish-American industrialist, raised and educated during his most formative years in Brooklyn, New York City. In the fall of 1902, Frank matriculated into Cornell University in Continue Reading →

Reuben Rose Arnold

The argument of Reuben Rose Arnold in PDF and OCR Text versions. Argument of Reuben Rose Arnold at the Trial of Leo M. Frank (PDF version – Right mouse click and save as). The Trial of Leo Frank, Reuben R. Arnold’s Address to the Court on his Behalf in October 1913. Introduction by Alvin V. Sellers. Classic Publishing Co., Baxley Continue Reading →

Luther Zeigler Rosser, August 22, 1913, The Final Arguments of Luther Z. Rosser on Behalf of Mr. Leo Max Frank Charged on May 24, 1913, with having Strangled to Death Little Mary Anne Phagan on Saturday, April 26, 1913

Luther Zeigler Rosser (Lawfirm Rosser, Brandon, Slaton and Phillips) Brief Introduction to the August 22nd, 1913, Closing Argument of Luther Zeigler Rosser, in the Concluding Days of the Leo M. Frank Capital Murder Trial (July 28, 1913 to August 25, 1913). First, Meet Attorney Luther Zeigler Rosser, Chief Counsel For the Leo M. Frank Defense Legal Dream Team of Eight Continue Reading →

Wikipedia Biased on Behalf of Leo Frank

Leo Frank Research Library Disclaimer: Accusations by Christians, Political Conservatives and non-Jews, claiming Wikipedia is biased, have been widely and vociferously made across the Internet. We will present these conclusions here, but it is up to the reader to decide if these accusations have merit or not, by doing their own research and testing on Wikipedia. Try the wikipedia test. Continue Reading →

Closing Argument of Hugh Dorsey, Solicitor General for Atlanta Circuit

Download the ARGUMENT OF HUGH M. DORSEY (click here or right mouse click and save as) Arguments of Prosecutor Hugh M. Dorsey, August 1913. Leo Frank murder trial closing arguments by Hugh Manson Dorsey are published under the title, Argument of Hugh M. Dorsey, Solicitor-General, Atlanta Judicial Circuit, at the Trial of Leo M. Frank Charged with the Murder of Continue Reading →

The Appeals of Leo Frank 1913, 1914, and 1915

Leo Frank Appeals: Majority and Unanimous Decisions during the Appeals Process Affirm the Murder Conviction Given by the Trial Jury by Not Disturbing It After the Leo Frank murder trial ended August 21, closing arguments began and then ended on August 25 at noon. The jury rendered its decision on August 25 at 4 p.m., and August 26 at 10:00 Continue Reading →

Leo M. Frank, Plaintiff in Error vs. State of Georgia, Defendant in Error. In Error from Fulton Superior Court at the July Term 1913. Brief of Evidence, 1913.

The month long Leo Frank trial, for the murder of Mary Phagan, took place from July 28, 1913 to Aug 26, 1913. The trial testimony and questions were captured as a stenographic record, in total, numbered approximately 1,080,060 words (Phagan Kean, 1989), in a 7 volume set, on over 3,647 pages of legal cap paper (Rosser, Bass, 1914). Alas, it Continue Reading →

Chronology of Events in the Leo Max Frank Epic Saga

After reading the Leo M. Frank chronology of events, you may want to read the period Leo Frank case newspaper articles from 1913 to 1915 (and beyond), and be sure to also review the Leo Frank Images Archive, which has recently exceeded two hundred images. —- The Leo Frank Case Chronology, based on the compilation originally created by Charles Pou, Continue Reading →

The Partisan and Defense Side of the Leo Frank Case 1913 to 2013

Documents on Behalf of the Leo M. Frank Legal Defense Team and Partisan Side of the Leo Frank Equation 1913 to 2013: This section lists documents, videos, and articles, divided as primary and secondary sources that directly attempt or tend to argue in favor of Leo Frank’s innocence and promote the theory Jim Conley was the real murderer. Begin this Continue Reading →

Leo Max Frank Bibliography, Chronology, Citations, and References

Leo Frank Saga References and Bibliography1902 and 1903 Pratt Institute Monthly mentions Leo Frank on the Debate team in June 1902 and mentions Leo Frank’s Brooklyn address as an Alumni in February, 1903. https://leofrank.info/library/pratt-institute/pratt-institute-monthly-1902.pdf. Google map is available. 1906 Steve Oney (Dead Shall Rise, 2003) claims, as do other Jewish-American authors that Leo Frank was 5’6″ and 130lbs., but reliable Continue Reading →