posted on Apr, 2 2008 @ 09:09 PM
I've downloaded the complete 2,563 page Trial Transcript of the Rosenberg's espionage trial which led to their executions in 1953. I have begun
reading it and comparing it to other things which I have read about the case. One of the books that I've read on the case which I think is excelent
is called 'The Implosion Conspiracy'. I would like to hear from others what they think about the case and whether or not they should or should not
have been executed. I personally think myself that Ethel Rosenberg herself should not have been executed. She knew what Julius was doing, but didn't
help him carry out what he was doing. So I think she should have gone to jail as being an accessory, but that's it. And I think that Julius Rosenberg
could maybe have gotten a sentence of 25 years to life. I'd like to hear from others what they think lof the case, even if they don't agree with
what I think about the case.