AMHERST, MA (wfcr) - Ray Levasseur -- a former radical political activist -- is making his first appearance in Western Massachusetts since 1989, when he was tried for sedition in Springfield as part… Read More
By Daily Hampshire Gazette Created 10/14/2010 To the editor:
By Rick Wormwood October 12, 2010 Last year, when Ray Luc Levasseur was invited to speak on the University of Massachusetts — Amherst campus to commemorate the anniversary of a federal sedition trial… Read More
By Stephanie Kraft Thursday, October 14, 2010 Activists who abandon normal lives to serve political and social causes suffer in many ways. They may lose their lives; they may go to prison; they may… Read More
To the editor: I am writing to applaud reporter James Lowe for his Sept. 25 stories on the Rosenberg Fund for Children's upcoming 20th Anniversary Gala in Northampton, featuring Ray Levasseur as… Read More
By James Lowe, staff writer Saturday, September 25, 2010 NORTHAMPTON - When militant activist Raymond Luc Levasseur was locked up in some of the country's highest-security prisons, the Easthampton-… Read More
By James Lowe, staff writer Saturday, September 25, 2010 NORTHAMPTON - Protests and parole restrictions thwarted Raymond Luc Levasseur's last planned visit to the Pioneer Valley, but won't prevent… Read More
viernes, 09 de julio de 2010 15:55, Teresa Bouza
Ricardo Lourenço, correspondente nos EUA (www.expresso.pt) 21:44 Sexta feira, 16 de Julho de 2010
July 8, 2010 radio interview with Robert Meeropol on BBC Newshour, regarding what his experience was like when his parents were arrested in the 1950's, and what he thinks the experience might be like… Read More
The ten agents who admitted gathering intelligence for Russia have arrived back in Moscow after being deported from the US, but what is the fate of their American-born children?...
By Dugald McConnell, CNN July 2, 2010 7:10 p.m. EDT Washington (CNN) -- What will happen to the children of the suspects jailed this week on accusations of spying?
With parents behind bars, kids' lives likely in turmoil by Elizabeth Chuck and Ryan McCartney msnbc.com updated 6/30/2010 7:00:35 PM ET
Seven children belong to the four couples charged with being spies for Russian intelligence services Chris McGreal in Washington guardian.co.uk, Wednesday 30 June 2010 21.14 BST
Published: Wednesday, June 30, 2010, 8:00 AM By Judy Peet
ROBERT MEEROPOL talks about the 20th anniversary of the Rosenberg Fund for Children and reports on new info on the Rosenberg case in the new book Exoneration by Emily and David Alman.
Robert Meeropol, son of executed Julius and Ethel Rosenberg By: Kitty Bennett | Source: AARP Bulletin Today | April 4, 2010
01:00 AM EST on Saturday, November 21, 2009 By Thomas J. Morgan Journal Staff Writer Ethel and Julius Rosenberg are shown in 1951, during their trial for espionage in New York City. AP FILE PHOTO… Read More