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'Ethel Rosenberg's brother's testimony is unsealed more than 50 years after she and her husband were executed for Cold War spying and reveals Ethel may have been WRONGLY convicted Read more: http://w'

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The brother of Ethel Rosenberg, who was a star witness against his sister and brother-in-law in a sensational Cold War atomic spying case, minimized his dealings with his sister during an earlier appearance before a grand jury and said that they had never discussed her role 'at all,' according to court records unsealed on Wednesday. The revelation may heighten public suspicion that Ethel Rosenberg was wrongly convicted and executed in an espionage case that captivated the country at the height of the McCarthy-era frenzy about Communist allegiances. Rosenberg and her husband Julius were put to death in 1953 after being convicted of conspiring to steal secrets about the atomic bomb for the Soviet Union, though they maintained their innocence to the very end. David Greenglass, convicted atomic spy, sits beside Deputy U.S. Marshal Joseph Oreto during a Senate Internal Security on Capitol Hill in 1956. The federal government has unsealed new grand jury testimony in the sensational Cold War spying case of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg that may prove Ethel was innocent +6 David Greenglass, convicted atomic spy, sits beside Deputy U.S. Marshal Joseph Oreto during a Senate Internal Security on Capitol Hill in 1956. The federal government has unsealed new grand jury testimony in the sensational Cold War spying case of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg that may prove Ethel was innocent EXCERPT FROM DAVID GREENGLASS' GRAND JURY TESTIMONY THAT MAY PROVE HIS SISTER ETHEL ROSENBERG WAS WRONGLY EXECUTED Q: Did you have some conversation with [Julius] Rosenberg in which--in the fall of 1945 to the affect that you anticipated getting out of the Army? A: Yes Q: Where did this take place? A: Well I don't know exactly where it took place. Q: In Manhattan? A: In Manhattan; It was in Manhattan Q: What was said at the time? A: Well, he said that he'd rather I didn't. Well, he said, 'you can leave the Army,' he said, 'but I'd rather you stayed there to work.' I said, 'I'd rather come home.' 'Well,' he says, 'come home but go back. In other words take a little vacation and then go back. Q: Was he insistent about it? A: Yes, he was. Q: Did he give you a reason why you should go back to the Army? A: He wanted me to continue giving him information. Q: Did he say that? A: yes. Q: Did you talk the matter over with your wife? Did you? A: Yes. And we came to the conclusion that we did not want to stay there. We wanted to come home. Q: Did Ethel also try to persuade you to stay in the Army? A: I said it before , and say it again honestly , this is a fact: I never spoke to my sister about this at all. Quote: On August 7, 1950, Greenglass told a grand jury that he and his sister never discussed his involvement with the Soviets. 'I said before, and say it again, honestly, this is a fact: I never spoke to my sister about this at all,' Greenglass said despite once saying he saw his sister transcribing information for the Soviets Quote: On August 7, 1950, Greenglass told a grand jury that he and his sister never discussed his involvement with the Soviets. 'I said before, and say it again, honestly, this is a fact: I never spoke to my sister about this at all,' Greenglass said despite once saying he saw his sister transcribing information for the Soviets The grand jury testimony from David Greenglass, whose damning statements at trial helped secure the convictions of his sister and brother-in-law, had been withheld from public view even as other crucial court records have been unsealed in the last decade. A federal judge in New York, responding to requests from a group of historians and archivists, ordered the 46-page transcript unsealed following Greenglass's death last year at age 92. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Revealed: How Go Set a Watchman overlaps word-for-word... ISIS billboard 1.jpg How ISIS sells Sharia law in Libya: Terror group erects... The Nazis who were never brought to justice: The rogues... Make a career out of your hobby? Make a career out of your hobby? Share this article Share 22 shares Historians had greatly anticipated the release of the records the final crucial piece of evidence to be made public in hopes of learning more how a brother came to betray his sister with trial testimony that, decades later, he revealed to be false. Greenglass, who was indicted as a co-conspirator and was himself sentenced to 10 years in prison, said at trial that he had given the Rosenbergs research data that he had obtained while working as an Army machinist at the Los Alamos, New Mexico headquarters of the top-secret Manhattan Project to build the atomic bomb. He said he saw his older sister transcribing the information on a portable typewriter at the Rosenbergs' New York apartment in 1945. Were they guilty?: Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, pictured in 1951, are accused of conspiring to recruit David Greenglass, into gathering classified information concerning the atomic bomb for the Soviet Union. However, in 1950, Greenglass said his sister had no part in what he was doing +6 Were they guilty?: Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, pictured in 1951, are accused of conspiring to recruit David Greenglass, into gathering classified information concerning the atomic bomb for the Soviet Union. However, in 1950, Greenglass said his sister had no part in what he was doing But on August 7, 1950, he told a grand jury that he and his sister never discussed such matters. He told a prosecutor how he waffled about whether to leave the Army, but that Julius Rosenberg was adamant that he should continue with his service so he could 'continue giving him information.' He was then asked whether his sister, Ethel, was similarly insistent about his Army career. Greenglass replied, 'I said before, and say it again, honestly, this is a fact: I never spoke to my sister about this at all.' Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3162583/Testimony-Rosenberg-brother-released-famous-spy-case.html#ixzz3g2Iuk3Q0 Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on FacebookFriend Link: New Beats Studio




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