JULIUS AND ETHEL ROSENBERG - SPIES OR SCAPEGOATS? YOU MAKE THE CALL!

JULIUS AND ETHEL ROSENBERG - SPIES OR SCAPEGOATS? YOU MAKE THE CALL!
Author: Joe Bruno
Language English
Pages: 80
Genre: Biography
ASIN B00N84YSN0
Goodreads Rating: 3.50
Published: August 31st 2014 by Knickerbocker Publishing Company

This Rosenberg essay originally appeared in “Mobsters, Gangs, Crooks, and Other Creeps – Volume 5 – Girlfriends and Wives,” which is no longer available in ebook form or as a new paperback. Kindle Unlimited (KU) members get this gangster/murder and mayhem book for FREE! "JULIUS AND ETHEL ROSENBERG - SPIES OR SCAPEGOATS?: YOU MAKE THE CALL" HAS BEEN RANKED: AMAZON/USA #1 BEST SELLER IN "NEW RELEASES - HOAXES & DECEPTIONS" AMAZON/UK #1 FREE BEST SELLER IN "LAW ENFORCEMENT BIOGRAPHIES" AMAZON/USA #1 FREE BEST SELLER IN "LAW ENFORCEMENT BIOGRAPHIES" AMAZON/UK #1 FREE BEST SELLER IN "HOAXES & DECEPTIONS" AMAZON/USA #1 FREE BEST SELLER IN "HOAXES & DECEPTIONS" AMAZON/USA #2 BEST SELLER IN "LAW ENFORCEMENT BIOGRAPHIES & MEMOIRS" AMAZON/UK #2 BEST SELLER IN "TRUE ACCOUNTS OF HOAXES & DECEPTIONS" AMAZON/USA TOP 3 BEST SELLER IN "NEW RELEASES - ESPIONAGE TRUE ACCOUNTS" AMAZON/UK #4 BEST SELLER IN "GANG VIOLENCE." AMAZON/UK #5 BEST SELLER IN "POLICE BIOGRAPHIES" AMAZON/USA #6 BEST SELLER IN "HOAXES & DECEPTIONS" AMAZON/USA TOP 10 BEST SELLER IN "HOT NEW RELEASES IN TWO-HOUR BIOGRAPHY AND MEMOIR - SHORT READS" AMAZON/USA TOP 15 BEST SELLER IN "ESPIONAGE TRUE ACCOUNTS" AMAZON/USA TOP 20 BEST SELLER IN "TWO-HOUR BIOGRAPHY AND MEMOIR - SHORT READS" AMAZON/CANADA # 40 BEST SELLER IN "GANGS." ***** Author’s note: I lived in Knickerbocker Village from 1964-1996, the same Lower East Side housing project where the Rosenbergs resided when they were arrested in 1950. During the time of the Rosenbergs, Knickerbocker Village housed over 1500 families; most of them of Jewish, Italian, or Irish descent. But, by the time I moved to Knickerbocker Village the demographics had changed significantly. Following the Rosenbergs’ arrests, many Jewish families, for whatever reason, moved out of the neighborhood, and they were replaced mostly by Italian/Americans.

Now, Knickerbocker Village, due to the recent increase in New York City’s Chinese population and the close proximity of Chinatown, is predominantly Chinese. Over the years, I’ve heard people, who lived in Knickerbocker Village at the same time as the Rosenbergs, talk about the Rosenbergs and not always in a kind way. People generally spoke favorably about Ethel .

But, as far as I can determine, Julius was disliked by practically everyone. The $64,000 question is - were both Rosenbergs Soviet spies? Were both really traitors to their country? Or, was being the faithful wife of Julius Rosenberg Ethel’s biggest crime?