The Atlanta Journal Constitution wrote about the history of the murder of Leo Frank, the factory manager who was framed for the murder of Mary Phagan, and later kidnapped and lynched by an anti-semitic mob who despised the governor's commutation of the unjust sentence. And only years later did a witness who spotted the real murderer named Jim Conley admit what happened, because the vicious janitor had warned he'd murder him too if he spoke up.
What's really stupefying about the case is that, if I'm correct, the victim herself was Jewish (is Phagan not a Jewish name?), and if so, then the whole neanderthalic clan of Marietta who took part in the murder of Frank were only looking for cheap excuses for violence against Jews and any other outsider they didn't consider part of their small tent collection.
Frank only got a partial pardon all this time. It's high time he receive a full pardon, and Conley get a posthumous conviction.