Dr. Thomas Hancock, a Columbia University
graduate and chief of medicine for the Georgia Railway and Power
Company, conducted a physical examination of Leo Frank. He was called
by the defense to cast doubt on the testimony of Jim Conley, who
claimed on the stand that Frank had told him he was "not built
[sexually] like other men."
Examination by Reuben Arnold
you made a physical examination of Leo M. Frank?"
Arnold: "Is he
"I have examined the private parts of Leo M. Frank
found nothing abnormal. As far as my examination disclosed he is a
by Hugh Dorsey:
don't mean to say, that homosexuality is confined to defected patients?"
my experience, I have not touched on that
"Didn't you say that you had examined Frank?"
Arnold: "Yes, but I
judged merely from his outward
"You know but little, then, of homosexuality?"