It now becomes clear that Ethel rosenberg did not spy for the Soviets,
a charge for which she was put to death
Your statement is unsupported by even the very friendly article u have
proffered, which refers to her as a "bit player" in the communist spy plot.
That is certainly enuf to justify the penalty.
Personally, I usually give a chick better than an even break,
but in THIS
case, forget it. Thay all deserved WORSE
than thay got.
I was very happy when thay got fried. I CHEERED ! in 1953.
It still makes me feel good.
MORE of the commie spies shoud have gotten the same.
Stalin woud not have allowed the North Korean commies to invade,
if he did not have nuclear armament (in some degree of development).
The Rosenbergs were spies in the Third World War and many decent people
were killed or enslaved under communism therein. That counts for a lot.
She was not "innocent " as u put it, and your article does not prove otherwise.
Did u take the time to read your own NYT story ?
Woud u have said the same as u did
if thay had been nazis
instead of commies