The alleged vigilantes who kidnapped and lynched a Jew in 1915 are being identified on an Internet site, The Washington Post reports. Many people who were then leaders of Marietta, Ga., are accused on the site of taking part in the notorious lynching of factory manager Leo Frank, who was convicted of murdering 13-year-old Mary Phagan. The names of the alleged participants can be found at www.leofranklynchers.com.
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