People protest at the White House in Washington, DC, against the judgment made in the Rosenberg spy Case
Washington DC USA Date:1953, June Duration:2 min 22 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Large numbers march, at the White House, to protest against the judgment made in the Rosenberg Case. A number carry banners reading "The Afro-American says there are grave doubts in this case." Another banner reads "The electric chair cannot kill the doubts in the Rosenberg Case." Other signs held by marchers ask U.S. President to reconsider the judgment and plead for clemency. An African American clergyman leads some of the marchers. They march in the streets. Some talk to a White House security officer and ask him to accept a letter to the President.
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