by Kevin Alfred Strom
LEO FRANK was a Jewish sex killer who was president of Atlanta’s B’nai B’rith — and who was re-elected to that post even after his conviction. Frank was tried and found guilty of the strangulation of a 13-year-old White girl who worked for him, Mary Phagan (pictured, artist’s depiction), who died exactly 101 years ago today.
In one of the first visible nationwide efforts of the Jewish power structure in this country, immediately after Frank’s conviction a frantic, expensive, dishonest, underhanded, and wildly over-the-top campaign was launched to clear his name and accuse others — a campaign which continues even to this day. In that campaign, the White people and institutions of the American South were falsely accused of an “anti-Semitism” that never existed, an accusation which triggered real anti-Jewish feelings there on a scale never seen before in history. As a direct result of that huge blunder, the B’nai B’rith founded in 1913 the central organ of Jewish propaganda and corrupt influence in this country, the Anti-Defamation League, or ADL.
What really happened to Mary Phagan on that fateful day? The best evidence — the evidence affirmed by the Atlanta coroner’s jury, the grand (which included several Jews), the trial jury, the Supreme Court of Georgia, and the Supreme Court of the United States — tells us this: