Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case.
August 3rd, 1913
City Detective D. L. Waggoner was called to the stand following Miss Ferguson Attorney Rosser immediately raised the objection that he had been in the court room and the solicitor declared that he did not know whether or not the detective had Waggoner stated that he was present for about 20 minutes Wednesday.
“He was not sworn and put under the rule,” explained Solicitor Dorsey, “because I did not know that I would need him.”
The defense made no further objection and the examination began.
“How long have you been on the force, Mr. Waggoner?” the solicitor asked.
“About four years, in all.”Continue Reading →