Inside a dingy shuttered factory at the heart of Atlanta’s industrial sector 105 years ago today, a Jew rapist-pedophile viciously assaulted one of his teenage employees who rejected his sexual propositions — for the last time.
EXCLUSIVE ARTICLE FOR INCOG MAN READERS, by Bob Frapples
Mary Anne Phagan was only 13 in the spring of 1913 when a perverted Jew raped and murdered her. Jews and FAKE Jew media has always portrayed Frank as innocent and unfairly victimized by anti-Semite, racist White Southerners, when he was indeed guilty as sin.
On Confederate Memorial Day, Saturday, April 26, 1913, young Mary Phagan entered the office anteroom of her boss, National Pencil Company superintendent Leo Frank, just minutes after high noon to pick up her pay envelope for her work the week before.
However, for the past week Mary had been laid off from the Atlanta, Georgia, factory because the brass sheet metal required had all been used up on Monday morning, April 21, 1913. Without this one essential material, there could be no bands created and attached to the ends of pencils, so she couldn’t use the knurling machine at her work station to insert the rubber erasers.
Mary Phagan’s job was absolutely critical in the factory’s manufacturing efforts, because adding erasers to the base of pencils was the very last production stage before they were boxed in tissue paper, loaded up in monogrammed boxes and shipped for distribution nationwide.
Standing in the door frame to his office, Mary looked in and quietly asked, “Mr. Frank?” Leo could feel his heart suddenly beating as he recognized the voice and looked up, especially since he now found himself very much alone with the attractive child laborer under his skillful management — dressed gaily today in lavender and lace for the downtown Parade — a sweet young southern girl whom he had a crush on for some time, and one that had blossomed far beyond her tender age.
Jewish accounts of the Mary Phagan murder case over the coming decades purposefully leave out certain damning facts and details showing what surely happened next…