Issued to Support a Convicted Associate of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg [Trials]. Rosenberg, Julius [1918-1953]. Rosenberg, Ethel [1915-1953]. Sobell, Morton [1917-2018]. Transcript of Record: Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1951; No. 111 Julius Rosenberg and Ethel Rosenberg, Petitioners, Vs. The United States of America; No. 112 Morton Sobell, Petitioner, Vs. The United States of America; Petitions for Writs of Certiorari and Exhibit Thereto, Filed June 7, 1952. [New York]: The Committee to Secure Justice for Morton Sobell, . Two volumes in eight oblong-octavo books, each leaf containing four pages. Stapled softbound volumes in stiff wrappers. Light fading along spines, light wear to spine ends. $250. * Sobell was an associate of the Rosenbergs, who were tried, convicted and executed for spying on behalf of the Soviet Union. As with the Rosenbergs, he claimed to be innocent and his case became a cause among several left-wing intellectuals. Convicted on similar charges, Sobell was sentenced to a 30-year prison term, but was released after serving 18 years. In 2008 he admitted that he and Julius Rosenberg were guilty of some of the charges against them and said Ethel Rosenberg was not a spy.
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