Tom Watson was a United States Senator (1920) and House of Representatives member (1896) from Georgia, who was regarded as one of the most brilliant criminal defense attorneys of his time. He was a radical populist who championed poor African-American and European-American farmers. In 1899 he defended a Jewish anarchist during her criminal trial. In 1913, he was offered a $5000 retainer to defend Leo Frank but he refused, and the following year (1914) after Leo Frank was convicted he wrote about the case in his Jeffersonian weekly newspaper. In 1915, he wrote five magazine articles on the trial and appeals in his Watson's Magazine, January, March, August, September and October issues. We present here an audiobook segment (PART FIVE) of that September 1915 article, transformed into a montage.
Please enjoy the serial Watson's Magazine, September 1915, Part 5 of the multipart serial of this issue.
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