Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case.
The Atlanta Constitution
Monday, March 9, 1914
Stated That He Was Willing to Reply to Any Questions That Might Be in the Mind of the Public, and Asked to Answer Any Such That Might Be Propounded to Him.
TELLS HOW JIM CONLEY COULD HAVE SLAIN GIRL AND ESCAPED DETECTION
Asserts That Very Fact That He Admitted He Had Seen Mary Phagan on the Day of the Murder, Thus Placing Himself Under Suspicion, Was Proof in Itself That He Was Innocent of Crime.
Probably the most interesting statement yet issued by Leo M. Frank in connection with the murder for which he has been sentenced to hang, is one that he has furnished to The Constitution in the form of a series of answers to questions which were propounded to him bearing on the case.
These questions were prepared by a representative of The Constitution who visited Frank at the Tower last week.
“Ask me any questions you wish,” Frank told the reporter.
In accordance with that, the reporter wrote out a list of questions which, he asserted, comprised the most salient points the prosecution had brought out against him, and to each of these Frank has given an answer.
Here Are Questions.