Just when you thought Julia Child was the last spy to come out of the clandestine closet. Citing “the needs of historians,” (um, ew, or are we just reaching that afternoon immaturity hour? Yeah, we thought so) a New York City judge has ordered the release of “key secret grand jury testimony” from the 1951 trial of atomic spies Ethel and Julius Rosenberg. Kept under wraps until he croaks, however, will be the testimony of Ethel’s brother David Greenglass, who testified against his sister. Jerkface.
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