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The murder of Mary Phagan and the death of Leo Frank

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To some it is the “Murder of Mary Phagan.” Others call it “The Trial of Leo Frank.” For some it marked the resurrection of the Ku Klux Klan. For an America still healing from a conflict that defined a nation it was a wake-up call that would take fifty years to answer. Whatever the case means to individuals, the murder of a 13-year old girl at the National Pencil Factory riveted national attention on the Gateway City of Atlanta, capital of the “New South.”

Next morning, shortly after 3:00 am, watchman Newt Lee discovered a filth-covered body of a girl in the basement of the factory. She had been beaten, strangled and possibly raped. At first police believed the body was that of a young black girl, but a detective peeled back a stocking and realized the victim was white. The relative of a policeman, who worked in the factory, was summoned to the scene early Sunday morning to identify the body of her co-worker Mary Phagan.

The crime scene was rich with clues including two notes purportedly written by Phagan during the attack. Because of a number of unusual circumstances, police immediately suspected Lee of the murder, however, within 48 hours they had a myriad of suspects, clues and widely varied stories as to what occurred for the last hours of young Mary Phagan’s life.

Within a month the case had changed dramatically. Two suspects (Arthur Mullinex and John Gantt) were freed. Witnesses claimed to have seen Phagan at the Confederate Day ceremonies. Frank and Lee were ordered held for murder at the coroner’s hearing. The Burns Agency came and left.

Prosecutor Leo Dorsey faced defense attorneys Luther Rosser and Reuben Arnold in the trial that began on July_28, 1913. Dorsey built a strong case against the accused murderer. Frank claimed to be in his office at the time the murder but another worker contradicted this, saying she visited his office at 12:05pm and he was not there. Testimony was introduced indicating that Frank made “improper” advances to some of Phagan’s co-workers.

Newspapers were having a field day with the trial, blaring details of testimony, always searching to beat each other with new evidence that would convict or exonerate Leo Frank. A circulation war fed the fire that promoted hearsay to fact.

On August 4th, 1913, Jim Conley’s testimony visibly shook the jury. He claimed that Frank helped him move the limp body of Mary Phagan to the basement and made him (Conley) write the murder notes. The defense tried to shake the janitor’s story, but in spite of Conley’s admission that he had earlier lied to the police, the story stood. Attempts by defense attorney Luther Rosser to impeach his testimony failed despite some seven hours of cross-examination.

Three days later the state rested its case. The defense then called character witnesses, offered alternate theories of the crime and rebuttal witnesses that contradicted statements of fact by the prosecution. Then Frank himself took the stand. He labeled Jim Conley a liar and gave his story in calm, mild-mannered tones. It did no good. After closing arguments and Leo Frank’s conviction, the judge sentenced him to hang on October 10, 1913.

Legal haggling, including a rejection of Leo Frank’s appeal for a new trial by the Supreme Court of the United States of America forced postponement of the hanging a number of times. On June 21, 1915 Georgia governor John Slaton commuted Frank’s sentence to life in prison, based on recommendations from the presiding judge and additional testimony. He ordered Frank transferred to the state facility at Milledgeville for his protection.

On August 16, 1915 some 25 men launched an armed attack on the state penitentiary in Milledgeville. After cutting telephone wires they seized the barracks in which Frank was housed and returned to Marietta with the prisoner, where he was lynched near the corner of Frey’s Gin and Roswell Road. On August 19th an unidentified man gave Frank’s wedding ring to his wife, fulfilling his last request.

In 1982 Alonzo Mann, an office boy at the National Pencil Factory who was in the building on the day the crime was committed came forward with additional testimony about the murder. The dying man had seen Jim Conley carrying the body of Mary Phagan by himself, implicating Conley’s testimony.

In November, 1915, William Joseph Simmons invited some of the men who hung Leo Frank to a meeting he was organizing. Because the death of Leo Frank was still vivid in the minds of Georgians, he felt these men would be important to the success of the organization. On a cool Thanksgiving evening Simmons, some of the Knights of Mary Phagan, along with a number of other men (34 in all) burned a cross and read from the bible atop Stone Mountain, east of Atlanta. Simmons then declared the founding of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan.

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Frank DiLeo – Wikipedia

Frank Michael DiLeo (October 23, 1947 August 24, 2011) was an American music industry executive and actor, known for his portrayal of gangster Tuddy Cicero in Martin Scorsese’s Goodfellas. For five years in the late 1980s, and again in 2009, he was Michael Jackson’s manager.[1]

Frank DiLeo graduated from Central Catholic High School. DiLeo began his career in the music industry in the late 1960s, shortly after high school, as a rack jobber (distributing records to retail stores) in Pittsburgh. Following a number of brief, higher-profile jobs, he was hired as a promotion staffer in Cleveland by CBS Records subsidiary Epic Records in 1968.[2][3] He promoted albums by The Hollies, Donovan and Sly & the Family Stone to local radio stations, and was later promoted to the company’s regional office in Chicago.[4] Circa 1969 he was “headhunted” by RCA Records in New York City, followed by a stint at Bell Records. After a year with Bell he “retired” from the music business and moved back to Pittsburgh. His return to the music industry was prompted by an “electrical fire” which destroyed his Pittsburgh home, for which his insurance carrier reportedly refused to pay out.

In 1979, CBS Records president Walter Yetnikoff hired his old friend DiLeo to work for Epic Records in New York City as Vice President of National Promotion. Overseeing a staff of 65 people and a multimillion-dollar budget, Frank helped guide Epic Records from a small $65 million company to a $250 million powerhouse; during this period Epic outperformed its sister label Columbia Records for two years running. Artists signed to Epic included Quiet Riot, REO Speedwagon, Ozzy Osbourne, Gloria Estefan, Luther Vandross, Meat Loaf, Cyndi Lauper, Culture Club and Michael Jackson, among others. He was voted executive of the year for Epic Records, received over 80 gold and platinum awards, and was credited for taking Epic Records from the number fourteen label in the U.S. market to number two. In 1984, after the record-setting success of his Thriller album, Michael Jackson asked DiLeo to take over as his manager. DiLeo was the executive producer for the full-length movie Moonwalker, wrote and executive produced three Pepsi-Cola commercials (including negotiating a landmark endorsement deal), and eight music videos including the Grammy winning video “Leave Me Alone”. DiLeo managed Jackson’s Bad World Tour, and the Jackson family’s Victory Tour. DiLeo managed Jackson until February 14, 1989 when Jackson accused DiLeo of tampering with money, DiLeo later partnered up with Jackson again in 2009 for Jackson’s This Is It. The Last Time DiLeo saw Jackson was at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center on June 25, 2009 DiLeo told David Gest “I got to spend a few moments alone with him, I told him what I thought, before kissing him on the head and saying my last goodbye”.[citation needed]

DiLeo is referenced in Sheryl Crow’s “The Na-Na Song,” with the lines “Clarence Thomas organ grinder Frank DiLeo’s dong / Maybe if I’d let him I’d have had a hit song.”[5] Crow and DiLeo were acquainted when Crow worked as a backup singer on Jackson’s Bad tour.[6]

In 2009, The Wall Street Journal reported that DiLeo was once again managing Michael Jackson’s career.[7]

DiLeo also managed the careers of Taylor Dayne, Jodeci, Laura Branigan, and Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora, and had worked with Prince on several projects. [8]

DiLeo founded Dileo Entertainment Group, a company located in Nashville, Tennessee. The company is focused on managing up and coming artists as well as establishing a publishing company in Nashville with partners Mark Lamica and Quincy Krashna, with whom also co-managed Michael Jackson and his come back tour along with a number of numerous projects including several plays. DiLeo also wrote a tell all biography of his years in the music industry, of which Mark & Quincy have the transcripts and original copies.

In 1991 Youngstown,Ohio Mob Boss Joseph “Little Joey” Naples was killed outside a home he was having built in Beaver Township, Mahoning County. He was driving DiLeo’s Ford Mustang Convertible. Naples was a Pittsburgh member of the Genovese Crime Family, Lamica was known to have the same mutual family ties. In 2011 DiLeo suffered a heart attack and was treated at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.

He appeared in six major motion pictures. His film credits include GoodFellas, Wayne’s World and Wayne’s World 2.

Frank DiLeo died on August 24, 2011, in a care facility outside Youngstown, Ohio, after experiencing complications following heart surgery. He was 63 years old.[9][10][11]

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DeSantis: Special Counsel Needed for DoJ Handling of Clinton Emails, FISA Abuse, Trump Campaign Investigation

Tuesday on Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) said a second special counsel was needed to investigate how the Hillary Clinton email probe was handled, potential FISA abuses and to seek the beginnings of the investigation of the Trump campaign. DeSantis said, “We need people to be held accountable for how the Hillary email investigation was conducted, and we will get a lot of information on that when the IG report lands, hopefully very soon. But we also need to get people to be held accountable for any FISA abuse that occurred and then how did this investigation into the Trump campaign start and was it on the up and up from the very beginning. There’s always a lot of questions about that, and I don’t think that the Justice Department is going to be able to investigate themselves. I think that they’ve resisted our inquiries here in Congress for long enough and so it’s time that we did have a special counsel.” He added, “We have been doing this for months and months, roadblock after roadblock. Jim Jordan, Mark Meadows and I wrote the president a letter saying ‘Look Mr. President let’s declassify the stuff, the

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GOP Reps Submit Resolution for Second Special Counsel into FBI Election Meddling

17 Republican lawmakers, led by Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY), submitted a resolution on Tuesday demanding a second special counsel probe “misconduct,” by Justice Department and FBI officials in relation to surveillance of Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign and handling of the Hillary Clinton email probe.

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Top Vatican Cardinal: Homophobia ‘Does Not Exist, Clearly an Invention’

The former head of the Vatican’s doctrinal office has denied the existence of “homophobia,” asserting that it is an invention of the gay lobby for “totalitarian domination” over the minds of others.

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German Antifa Far-Left Extremists Release ‘Riot Tourist’ Instructional Terror Handbook

German alt-left Antifa extremists have released a new instructional booklet ahead of the populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) conference in Augsburg which teaches and encourages “riot tourists” to burn down cars, attack war memorials, and political party offices.

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Putin’s ‘Unlimited Range’ Nuclear Missile Flew Just 22 Miles Before Crashing

Back in March, Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed to have developed an “invincible” nuclear cruise missile with “unlimited range.” It turns out that Putin’s vaunted super-missile has yet to fly more than 22 miles without crashing.

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The murder of Mary Phagan and the death of Leo Frank

Little SecretsThe murder of Mary Phagan and the death of Leo FrankAbout North Georgia To some it is the “Murder of Mary Phagan.” Others call it “The Trial of Leo Frank.” For some it marked the resurrection of the Ku Klux Klan. For an America still healing from a conflict that defined a nation it was a wake-up call that would take fifty years to answer. Whatever the case means to individuals, the murder of a 13-year old girl at the National Pencil Factory riveted national attention on the Gateway City of Atlanta, capital of the “New South.” Next morning, shortly after 3:00 am, watchman Newt Lee discovered a filth-covered body of a girl in the basement of the factory. She had been beaten, strangled and possibly raped. At first police believed the body was that of a young black girl, but a detective peeled back a stocking and realized the victim was white. The relative of a policeman, who worked in the factory, was summoned to the scene early Sunday morning to identify the body of her co-worker Mary Phagan. The crime scene was rich with clues including two notes purportedly written by Phagan during the attack. Because of a number of unusual circumstances, police immediately suspected Lee of the murder, however, within 48 hours they had a myriad of suspects, clues and widely varied stories as to what occurred for the last hours of young Mary Phagan’s life. Within a month the case had changed dramatically. Two suspects (Arthur Mullinex and John Gantt) were freed. Witnesses claimed to have seen Phagan at the Confederate Day ceremonies. Frank and Lee were ordered held for murder at the coroner’s hearing. The Burns Agency came and left. Prosecutor Leo Dorsey faced defense attorneys Luther Rosser and Reuben Arnold in the trial that began on July_28, 1913. Dorsey built a strong case against the accused murderer. Frank claimed to be in his office at the time the murder but another worker contradicted this, saying she visited his office at 12:05pm and he was not there. Testimony was introduced indicating that Frank made “improper” advances to some of Phagan’s co-workers. Newspapers were having a field day with the trial, blaring details of testimony, always searching to beat each other with new evidence that would convict or exonerate Leo Frank. A circulation war fed the fire that promoted hearsay to fact. On August 4th, 1913, Jim Conley’s testimony visibly shook the jury. He claimed that Frank helped him move the limp body of Mary Phagan to the basement and made him (Conley) write the murder notes. The defense tried to shake the janitor’s story, but in spite of Conley’s admission that he had earlier lied to the police, the story stood. Attempts by defense attorney Luther Rosser to impeach his testimony failed despite some seven hours of cross-examination. Three days later the state rested its case. The defense then called character witnesses, offered alternate theories of the crime and rebuttal witnesses that contradicted statements of fact by the prosecution. Then Frank himself took the stand. He labeled Jim Conley a liar and gave his story in calm, mild-mannered tones. It did no good. After closing arguments and Leo Frank’s conviction, the judge sentenced him to hang on October 10, 1913. Legal haggling, including a rejection of Leo Frank’s appeal for a new trial by the Supreme Court of the United States of America forced postponement of the hanging a number of times. On June 21, 1915 Georgia governor John Slaton commuted Frank’s sentence to life in prison, based on recommendations from the presiding judge and additional testimony. He ordered Frank transferred to the state facility at Milledgeville for his protection. On August 16, 1915 some 25 men launched an armed attack on the state penitentiary in Milledgeville. After cutting telephone wires they seized the barracks in which Frank was housed and returned to Marietta with the prisoner, where he was lynched near the corner of Frey’s Gin and Roswell Road. On August 19th an unidentified man gave Frank’s wedding ring to his wife, fulfilling his last request. In 1982 Alonzo Mann, an office boy at the National Pencil Factory who was in the building on the day the crime was committed came forward with additional testimony about the murder. The dying man had seen Jim Conley carrying the body of Mary Phagan by himself, implicating Conley’s testimony. In November, 1915, William Joseph Simmons invited some of the men who hung Leo Frank to a meeting he was organizing. Because the death of Leo Frank was still vivid in the minds of Georgians, he felt these men would be important to the success of the organization. On a cool Thanksgiving evening Simmons, some of the Knights of Mary Phagan, along with a number of other men (34 in all) burned a cross and read from the bible atop Stone Mountain, east of Atlanta. Simmons then declared the founding of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. County: Fulton CountyCobb County About North Georgia Feature ArticlesGeneral articles about North GeorgiaGeorgia HistoryArticles about North Georgia history and the state in general. This section is currently being developed. For more information on Georgia History, please see The Civil War in Georgia About North GeorgiaAbout North Georgia IndexToolsAdd link from your web site to Little Secrets

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Frank DiLeo – Wikipedia

Frank Michael DiLeo (October 23, 1947 August 24, 2011) was an American music industry executive and actor, known for his portrayal of gangster Tuddy Cicero in Martin Scorsese’s Goodfellas. For five years in the late 1980s, and again in 2009, he was Michael Jackson’s manager.[1] Frank DiLeo graduated from Central Catholic High School. DiLeo began his career in the music industry in the late 1960s, shortly after high school, as a rack jobber (distributing records to retail stores) in Pittsburgh. Following a number of brief, higher-profile jobs, he was hired as a promotion staffer in Cleveland by CBS Records subsidiary Epic Records in 1968.[2][3] He promoted albums by The Hollies, Donovan and Sly & the Family Stone to local radio stations, and was later promoted to the company’s regional office in Chicago.[4] Circa 1969 he was “headhunted” by RCA Records in New York City, followed by a stint at Bell Records. After a year with Bell he “retired” from the music business and moved back to Pittsburgh. His return to the music industry was prompted by an “electrical fire” which destroyed his Pittsburgh home, for which his insurance carrier reportedly refused to pay out. In 1979, CBS Records president Walter Yetnikoff hired his old friend DiLeo to work for Epic Records in New York City as Vice President of National Promotion. Overseeing a staff of 65 people and a multimillion-dollar budget, Frank helped guide Epic Records from a small $65 million company to a $250 million powerhouse; during this period Epic outperformed its sister label Columbia Records for two years running. Artists signed to Epic included Quiet Riot, REO Speedwagon, Ozzy Osbourne, Gloria Estefan, Luther Vandross, Meat Loaf, Cyndi Lauper, Culture Club and Michael Jackson, among others. He was voted executive of the year for Epic Records, received over 80 gold and platinum awards, and was credited for taking Epic Records from the number fourteen label in the U.S. market to number two. In 1984, after the record-setting success of his Thriller album, Michael Jackson asked DiLeo to take over as his manager. DiLeo was the executive producer for the full-length movie Moonwalker, wrote and executive produced three Pepsi-Cola commercials (including negotiating a landmark endorsement deal), and eight music videos including the Grammy winning video “Leave Me Alone”. DiLeo managed Jackson’s Bad World Tour, and the Jackson family’s Victory Tour. DiLeo managed Jackson until February 14, 1989 when Jackson accused DiLeo of tampering with money, DiLeo later partnered up with Jackson again in 2009 for Jackson’s This Is It. The Last Time DiLeo saw Jackson was at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center on June 25, 2009 DiLeo told David Gest “I got to spend a few moments alone with him, I told him what I thought, before kissing him on the head and saying my last goodbye”.[citation needed] DiLeo is referenced in Sheryl Crow’s “The Na-Na Song,” with the lines “Clarence Thomas organ grinder Frank DiLeo’s dong / Maybe if I’d let him I’d have had a hit song.”[5] Crow and DiLeo were acquainted when Crow worked as a backup singer on Jackson’s Bad tour.[6] In 2009, The Wall Street Journal reported that DiLeo was once again managing Michael Jackson’s career.[7] DiLeo also managed the careers of Taylor Dayne, Jodeci, Laura Branigan, and Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora, and had worked with Prince on several projects. [8] DiLeo founded Dileo Entertainment Group, a company located in Nashville, Tennessee. The company is focused on managing up and coming artists as well as establishing a publishing company in Nashville with partners Mark Lamica and Quincy Krashna, with whom also co-managed Michael Jackson and his come back tour along with a number of numerous projects including several plays. DiLeo also wrote a tell all biography of his years in the music industry, of which Mark & Quincy have the transcripts and original copies. In 1991 Youngstown,Ohio Mob Boss Joseph “Little Joey” Naples was killed outside a home he was having built in Beaver Township, Mahoning County. He was driving DiLeo’s Ford Mustang Convertible. Naples was a Pittsburgh member of the Genovese Crime Family, Lamica was known to have the same mutual family ties. In 2011 DiLeo suffered a heart attack and was treated at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. He appeared in six major motion pictures. His film credits include GoodFellas, Wayne’s World and Wayne’s World 2. Frank DiLeo died on August 24, 2011, in a care facility outside Youngstown, Ohio, after experiencing complications following heart surgery. He was 63 years old.[9][10][11]

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DeSantis: Special Counsel Needed for DoJ Handling of Clinton Emails, FISA Abuse, Trump Campaign Investigation

Tuesday on Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) said a second special counsel was needed to investigate how the Hillary Clinton email probe was handled, potential FISA abuses and to seek the beginnings of the investigation of the Trump campaign. DeSantis said, “We need people to be held accountable for how the Hillary email investigation was conducted, and we will get a lot of information on that when the IG report lands, hopefully very soon. But we also need to get people to be held accountable for any FISA abuse that occurred and then how did this investigation into the Trump campaign start and was it on the up and up from the very beginning. There’s always a lot of questions about that, and I don’t think that the Justice Department is going to be able to investigate themselves. I think that they’ve resisted our inquiries here in Congress for long enough and so it’s time that we did have a special counsel.” He added, “We have been doing this for months and months, roadblock after roadblock. Jim Jordan, Mark Meadows and I wrote the president a letter saying ‘Look Mr. President let’s declassify the stuff, the

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GOP Reps Submit Resolution for Second Special Counsel into FBI Election Meddling

17 Republican lawmakers, led by Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY), submitted a resolution on Tuesday demanding a second special counsel probe “misconduct,” by Justice Department and FBI officials in relation to surveillance of Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign and handling of the Hillary Clinton email probe.

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Top Vatican Cardinal: Homophobia ‘Does Not Exist, Clearly an Invention’

The former head of the Vatican’s doctrinal office has denied the existence of “homophobia,” asserting that it is an invention of the gay lobby for “totalitarian domination” over the minds of others.

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German Antifa Far-Left Extremists Release ‘Riot Tourist’ Instructional Terror Handbook

German alt-left Antifa extremists have released a new instructional booklet ahead of the populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) conference in Augsburg which teaches and encourages “riot tourists” to burn down cars, attack war memorials, and political party offices.

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Putin’s ‘Unlimited Range’ Nuclear Missile Flew Just 22 Miles Before Crashing

Back in March, Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed to have developed an “invincible” nuclear cruise missile with “unlimited range.” It turns out that Putin’s vaunted super-missile has yet to fly more than 22 miles without crashing.

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