N. Joseph Potts
N. Joseph Potts wrote articles for Smith's Report for a number of years.
Monuments come, and monuments go. And each generation is to blame for both.
The death in jail of Jeffrey Epstein last month recalls a very famous death of another jailed Jewish man charged (and convicted and sentenced) of crimes against a 13-year-old girl in 1913. That case, which involved only one of many rumored similar victims, involved the lethal abuse of a factory worker named Mary Phagan by the manager of the factory, 29-year-old pillar of the Atlanta Jewish community Leo Frank.