The Trial of Leo Frank read by Vanessa Neubauer - Slideshow
Leo Max Frank (17 April 1884 – 17 August 1915) was a Jewish factory superintendent who was convicted in 1913 of the murder of a 13-year-old employee, Mary Phagan, in Atlanta, Georgia. His trial, conviction, and appeals attracted countrywide attention. He was lynched two years later, in response to the commutation of his death sentence.
The powerful Anti-Defamation League was established in 1915 in response to this.
Controversy has continued regarding the case, with continued attempts to turn Leo Frank into an innocent martyr.
ONE OF THE GREATEST triumphs of historical writing in the last decade was the American Mercury’s centenary series on the 1913 trial and conviction of Jewish sex killer Leo Frank. Now the entire series is being produced as an audio book for our readers, beginning today with the first installment.
Originally posted on The American Mercury
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