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November 16, 2004
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The Jewish judge and prosecutors in the infamous case of two Jews executed for spying for the Soviets were tough in order to avoid possible anti-Semitism, one of the defendants’ sons said. Speaking Sunday at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York City, Michael Meeropol, the son of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, made the comments about the judge in the case, Irving Kaufman, and two prosecutors, Roy Cohn and Irving Saypol.

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