The ADL is celebrating its 100th anniversary on October 20, 2013.

Murder in Georgia

Leo Frank (JEW) was a bisexual pedophile, president of B’nai B’rith Atlanta (think of the name ADL of B’nai B’rith when you think of Leo Frank) and a drug addict, who managed a pencil factory in Atlanta in 1913. One day he demanded sex from a 13-year-old employee named Mary Phagan, and then brutally raped and murdered her.

Frank, and an illiterate black handyman, dragged the body to the basement where they were going to burn it in the factory furnace the next day. That night a watchman finds the body – calls the police – Frank is arrested – and found guilty and sentenced to hang. The governor commutes the sentence and Marietta’s finest families broke into jail and lynched him.

Today the Jewish community hails Leo Frank as an innocent martyr – a victim of anti-Semitism.

The Victim

Mary Phagan

A 13-year-old employee of the National Pencil Factory, in Atlanta, was murdered.

The Murderer

Leo Frank

Frank was a Cornell-educated Jew raised in New York City, living in Atlanta. President of his local B’nai B’rith, active in civic affairs, a local socialite, he was Phagan’s supervisor at the National Pencil Factory.

Frank was a sexual pervert who was both homosexual and preyed on young girls. He forced employees to have sex with him.

 
ADL: Behind the Mask of Respectability

 

 

A video produced by the National Alliance detailing the less than savory facts and history surrounding the world’s “foremost civil rights group,” including: questionable ties to organized crime figures, criminal espionage operations, anti-patriotic brainwashing of law enforcement personnel, mass bribery of politicians, Soviet-style censorship initiatives, thought crime laws, and a host of other disreputable actions. The real truth about this group is enough to make your skin crawl.

Abe Foxman, Director of ADL

After watching this video, continue to read our ADL research section below, which has many articles about the ADL written by Jews and non-Jews.

Abe Foxman, left, meets with mass-murderer Ariel Sharon, right.