Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case.
August 20th, 1913
E. H. Pickett, an employee of the Beck & Gregg Hardware company, and the man mentioned by Roy Craven on the witness stand, was next put up as a witness for the state.
He corroborated what Craven said and through him the state made an open fight to impeach Minola McKnight and also to contradict Mrs. Emil Selig, who, on cross-examination, denied the conversation she is said to have had with the cook in urging her to keep quiet about what she had seen at the Frank home.
“Were you present when this affidavit of Minola McKnight was signed?” asked Mr. Dorsey.
“Who signed it?“
“Did you talk to her before she signed it?”
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