Bennett L. Gershman
The just-disclosed grand jury testimony of David Greenglass, the government's star witness in the 1951 espionage trial of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, raises new questions about whether the prosecutors suborned perjury. The Rosenbergs were convicted and executed. The proof against Julius Rosenberg was strong. But the proof against his wife Ethel was weak; her guilt hinged mainly on the testimony of Greenglass, her brother. Read more at the link above.