Was Ethel Rosenberg Wrongly Convicted as a Russian Spy?

In July 1950, Julius Rosenberg is arrested for spying, along with his wife Ethel. Decades later, declassified documents would cast doubt on whether Ethel was guilty as charged (3:10)

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