Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case.
August 3rd, 1913
Solicitor Dorsey Indicates That Real Sensation Will Be Developed for State in Closing Days of Famous Mary Phagan Mystery Case.
ANOTHER WEEK OF ORDEAL IN THE HEAT IS EXPECTED
Routing of Detective Black and Surprise in the Testimony of Pinkerton Agent Gives the Defense Principal Points Scored—Newt Lee Hurts.
Slow and tedious, almost without frills, full of bitter squabbles between lawyers, made memorable by oppressive heat, the first week of Leo Frank’s trial on the charge that he killed Mary Phagan, the little factory girl, has drawn to an end.
With the close of the week came the promise that still another six days, or more, will be consumed in taking the testimony.Continue Reading →