Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case.
August 6th, 1913
SMITH ALLOWED ACCESS TO CLIENT
After Judge Roan had ruled out the Conley testimony relating to alleged previous actions of Frank, the jury was returned to the courtroom, and Attorney Rosser resumed his cross-examination of Conley.
“Jim, you took the body of that girl, you say, and wrapped her in a cloth, didn’t you?”
“Was the cloth all around her?”
“No, sir, it didn’t go over her whole body.”
“Did it cover her head?”
“How much of her body was projecting out of the cloth?”
“I don’t know, sir.”
“You tied the cloth in a bundle around the body and put her on your shoulder, didn’t you?”
“Didn’t her head stick out and lean back?”
Negro Answers Yes.
The attorney arose and stood before the negro, illustrating the manner in which the negro carried the body, asking if he were not correct. The witnessed answered yes.Continue Reading →