Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case.
Friday, May 2nd, 1913
Outside of Solicitor’s Activity There Have Been No Developments Since the Suspects Were Transferred to Tower
GROUNDLESS RUMORS DENIED BY OFFICIALS
Chief Lanford’s Busy Running Down Tips—Coroner’s Inquest Will Be Resumed on Monday Afternoon at 2
The Atlanta Journal has published every fact and development in connection with the mysterious murder of Mary Phagan. The Journal will continue to print news of further developments and additional evidence as the investigation proceeds. No fact has been suppressed nor will any news relating to the hunt for solution of the crime be withheld from the public. Many silly reports about a confession having been made by one or both of the prisoners held on suspicion in the case have been circulated, but they are without the slightest foundation.
AN INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION.
Forces in the employ of the solicitor general, Hugh M. Dorsey, are making an independent investigation of the Phagan murder case, it was learned Friday. Continue Reading →