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Spies' Death. Will Discourage Reds
A high Canadian Communist, organiser who quit the paity told a Quebec newspaper yester- day that Moscow feared it would have trouble recruiting spies if American atom spies, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, are executed.
The ex-Communist, Pat Walsh; in a 3,000-word statement print- ed by L'Action Catholoque, s^ys the Kremlin had insisted "that we must at all cost save them to protect Communist spying."
Walsh also ' alleges, that'the
Party in Quebec received orders from Moscow to blow,, up all hydro-electric plants and burn Paper mills and forests m 'the event of war.
"But the latest instructions from Moscow concerning the Rosenbergs was the last drop of. water which tips the glass, and I made me decided 'to fight the
system which .uses us as pegs,"
walsh said. -;
He said he decided to quit
wnen he received, the latest or
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it Ï returned from a visit to, the Soviet Union.
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