by Kevin Alfred Strom
THE 1913 MURDER of child laborer Mary Phagan by her Jewish boss Leo Frank (pictured), which I detailed for you on last week’s program, was clearly established by the evidence and confirmed by every court and every jury which had jurisdiction over the case, including multiple appeals that ultimately ended up — twice — at the Supreme Court of the United States.
In every instance, the evidence was found to be sufficient to convict Leo Frank of Mary Phagan’s murder beyond any reasonable doubt. In every review, the procedure of the trial was found to be proper. In every appeal, no violation of the rights of the accused was found.
Yet the media — the daily press, books, film, and television — speak with one voice: Leo Frank, they say, was an innocent victim of Southern “anti-Semitism.” Hatred of Jews was responsible for his prosecution and conviction. An inflamed, bigoted mob intimidated the judge and jury. That is the “received narrative.” That is what the massive media power of the Jewish establishment have made “common knowledge” by incessant, one-sided repetition. But it’s utter nonsense.