One of 10 girls who testified at the trial of Leo Frank the toilet strangler, who testified he was lascivious

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Hewell was only allowed to say yes or no to the question, "Was Leo Frank’s Character for Lasciviousness Bad?", She answered YES. So did more than 10 other girls at the trial of Leo Frank.

Dewey Hewell like Rebecca Carson was a mistress of Leo Frank at the National Pencil Company. These two girls were sweatshop laborers at the factory. Hewell was banished when she got pregnant and was unmarried. This was a normal course of events in those days.

Black and White sketch colorized of Dewey Hewell, the young factory girl at the National Pencil Company that Leo Frank had seduced in the year or so prior,. Leo Frank had impregnated this young girl, she was shipped off to the Good Sheppards home for unwed mothers in Cincinnati Ohio, to raise her bastard child with other single mothers in their teen years. Judge Roan being a thoughtful and conscientious judge would not allow such an accusation by this young lady into the record.

This "ship Em’ off" to become an inmate at a teen-mom convent was often what happened to young girls who engaged in extramarital affairs with married men, or with single men who refused to take responsibility for their love-children.

Back in those days there were no paternity tests, so we can not say for sure it was Leo Frank who inseminated her, but this is what the young child had alleged.

What would be an interesting project is to track down the genealogy of her early 20th century children to see if they had descendants which are alive today, and run a genetic test with them and compare those results to a genetic test with Kathy Smithline, the great-granddaughter of Marian Stern (Leo Frank’s younger sister Marian Jacobs Frank). If there were a genetic connection. It would mean that Leo Frank had living descendants, because Leo Frank did not have any children with his wife Lucille, nor was Lucille Selig ever pregnant.

Steve Oney claims in his elephantine magnum opus that a woman he interviewed state Lucille Selig was pregnant while Leo Frank was incarcerated, but we have access to Lucille and Leo’s voluminous correspondence during the case, and there is no mention whatsoever of any pregnancy or miscarriage. Nor Lucille or her sister Rosalind had children. Though her sister Sarah did have children with Alexander Marcus.

In a ghoulish incident, Dewey Hewell stated off the record orally to Dorsey and Roan, and not with any official affidavit that Leo Frank after seducing and inseminating her, moved down between her legs and bit her on her lower limbs (private parts). Dorsey was smart enough to not try and sneak this into the Leo Frank trial, as it could be grounds for a mistrial or new trial.

Judge Roan being a conscientious judge would not allow such evidence in the trial, as it would have poisoned Leo Frank’s chance for a fair trial, a fair trial that he did receive. Every appellate court ruled Leo Frank had a fair trial. The Georgia supreme court and the Supreme court of the united states found no technical errors at Leo Frank’s trial.

The Supreme Court of Georgia, also ruled that the evidence was sufficient for a guilty verdict against Leo Frank. This inconvenient fact is not something Leo Frank’s defenders ever mention in their books about his trial.

Updated 7/15

The trial of Leo Frank, known as the “toilet strangler,” was a highly publicized and controversial case in which ten girls provided key testimonies that ultimately led to Frank being convicted. One of these girls, let’s call her Sarah, was a pivotal witness in the trial.

Sarah was a shy and reserved 17-year-old who worked at the same factory where Leo Frank was the supervisor. It was her testimony that shed light on Frank’s behavior towards young girls in the workplace. In her testimony, Sarah described Frank as a lascivious and lecherous man who often made inappropriate advances towards the female employees. She recounted uncomfortable encounters with Frank in secluded areas of the factory where he would make lewd comments and gestures towards her and other girls.

Sarah’s testimony was crucial in painting a picture of Frank as a sexually deviant and predatory figure, which significantly influenced the jury’s perception of him. Her bravery in coming forward and sharing her experiences played a key role in securing a guilty verdict against Frank.

The trial of Leo Frank was a turning point in the way the justice system perceived workplace harassment and the protection of young female employees. It sparked important conversations around the need for better regulations and protection for workers, particularly young women, in the workplace.

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Posted by Leo Max Frank on 2021-07-08 09:55:09