Sunday, July 28, 2013
One Hundred Years Ago Today
Leo Frank at his trial.
The trial of Leo Frank began on July 28, 1913, in Atlanta. The trial went on into August.
Frank’s trial was one of the most disgraceful episodes in the annals of American jurisprudence.
In the year after Frank’s conviction and murder, one-half of Georgia’s citizens of Jewish faith left the state permanently.
On George Zimmerman: "There is nothing new under the sun."ReplyDelete
Terry, I had no idea you were even interested in the Minnesota Orchestra, let alone had become such a fierce and vocal critic of the orchestra’s management.ReplyDelete
Who would have thought that someone from Orlando would choose to spend hours of time on the website of the Twin Cities CBS affiliate, entering anti-Minnesota Orchestra comments?
Read Joshua's blog, and follow the links. You will see that you have become a commenter on various websites of local news organizations, all courtesy of Amy Adams, our stalker.ReplyDelete