The Rosenberg "Atomic Espionage" case, among the most controversial cold war episodes of the 1950s, despite the passage of decades, continues to raise serious doubts as to: The reliability of the testimony? The Judge's relationship with the FBI Director & the prosecution? The Legality of the sentencing? The rush to kill the only Americans ever executed for espionage? Can the Rosenberg case be reopened? Begins with a historical review narrated by Sally Kemp & Paul Jenkins; followed but the February 2, 1975 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium Mating Sheen & and other Hollywood Stars & 2,500 spectators, were tear gassed, allegedly by US Nazis. Robert Carl Cohen then interviews Robert Margolis & Luke McKissack about reopening the case. They discuss the complex issues involved & the efforts to force the FBI to unseal their files: which remains secret despite the end of the Cold Wart & the development of nuclear weapons by many nations. Who do the FBI files remains sealed? Could their contents exonerate the Rosenberg? Is there any legal precedent for reopening a case year after the defendants are dead? Could the Rosenberg's sons sure for civil damages? Could Congress, shown evidence of innocence, rehabilitate the Rosenberg's posthumously?