fiis cell at -every possible jnonient
But he lives in an atmosphere of un
reality. "It s like a bad dream," he said. "I
wonder if the people of America
really conceive. the enormity of this
thing. Here I, an innocent man, I
swear it! am dqomed to die or spend
my life in jail. Oh, it seems impos
sible, but. it's true.
"I'm dazed. It's like someone had
Struck me a terrificblow on the head,
then another and still another in the
same spot before I had a chance to
"Life imprisonment is poor conso
lation for an innocent man, but
"Whatever happens to. me, some
day the world will" know I AM INNO
CENT. That's my faith."
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Leo M. Frank as He Looks Today Photographed in a. Corridor Near His
Cell in the Prison in Atlanta, Ga.
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