Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were United States citizens who spied for the Soviet Union and .... Their weak case against Ethel Rosenberg was resolved just 10 days before ... to a foreign government information "relating to the national defense". ... The United States Federal Bureau of Prisons did not operate an electric chair ...
United States, 346 U.S. 273 (1953). Rosenberg v. United States. No. ___, June 18 Special Term, 1953. Argued June 18, 1953. Decided June 19, 1953. 346 U.S. ...
Case opinion for US Supreme Court ROSENBERG v. UNITED STATES. Read the Court's full decision on FindLaw.
Bureau of Investigation-have stimulated fresh interest in the case among those born ... issues: did the Rosenbergs conspire to give national defense secrets to the ..... 15 Supreme Court of the United States, Transcript of Record: Rosenberg v .
Apr 15, 2007 ... But the Bureau and the army treated communists as potential ... massive Soviet espionage against industrial targets undertaken by American ... Controversy over the value of the atomic secrets that Rosenberg ... a defense industry that maintained rough parity with the United States throughout the Cold War.
Introduction. The 1951 trial of Julius Rosenberg, Ethel Rosenberg, and Morton Sobell, Communists ... of the State Department, as a Communist spy. After denying the ... defense of the United States, public statements by Hoover made clear that govern- .... by blow, against her own country in the interests of the Soviets.”.
Aug 27, 2000 ... I Rosenberg v. United States, 346 U.S. 273, 320 (1953) (staying the Rosenbergs' execu- ... the overall weak case against Ethel Rosenberg; the government's ..... The defense's case consisted only of the testimony of Julius and Ethel .... speech claiming communist infiltration of the State Department.61.
United States and in Europe, and the memory of the trial would define political ... their Division for Public Education, has devel- Faced with Julius Rosenberg's ... suggested that “proceeding against his ... nation defense-related information with .
In the entire record of espionage against the United States, there has been no case of its ... to the national defense, shall be imprisoned not more than twenty years. ... America, The Rosenberg Case: A Cause Celebri, June 27, 1953, p. 329 .... Is From a Report on Espionage by J. Edgar Hoover, Director, Federal Bureau of.