Why Should I Hang?: Leo Frank and the Murder of Mary Phagan (pt. 4)
Leo Frank's trial began on July 28, the hottest part of a steamy Georgia 1913 summer. Irritable but still peaceable crowds gathered outside the courthouse: those fortunate enough to gain access to one of the 250 spectator's seats sat patiently if uncomfortably in the sweltering courtroom as the prosecution called Fannie Coleman, Mary Phagan'…
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