On February 25 1952 a federal appeals court turned down Julius and Ethel Rosenberg’s appeal of their conviction for conspiracy to commit espionage. The parents of two young boys were then killed in the electric chair. Now powerful new information has come to light – 60 years too late – discrediting the evidence on which this decision was based. In this interview one of those two young sons, Robert Meeropol (just six when his parents were killed) talks about the truth of who actually spied for the Soviets and the continuing dangers of such politically driven prosecutions.

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