Thursday, April 1, 2010

Ledes assignment.

The Rosenburgs
Who- The rosenburg brothers
What- The Rosenburg brothers tried to prove that they parents were innocent and their murder was unjust.When- Their parents were killed during the cold war in 1953 and the Rosenburg brothers proved their parents innocence around the late 1970's and early 1980's.Where- In the soviet union.Why- Their parents were accused of giving goverment, confidential information to the enemy, The rosenburg brothers wanted to prove their parents innocence.How- They did a lot of research and made a case in court.The Lede-They were the most famous orphans of the cold war, only 6 and 10 years old in 1953 when their parents were executed at Sing Sing for delivering atomic-bomb secrets to the Soviet Union. Then they were whisked from an unwanted limelight to urban anonymity and eventually to suburban obscurity.The Lede rewritten- The most famous orphans of the cold war are the Rosenburg brothers. Their parents were executed, charged with delivering atomic-bomb secrets to the Soviet Union. The Rosenburg brothers did research and tried to prove their parents innocent in court.

Superman comic

The owner of the super man comic book, the people bidding, superman comic.
What- A untouched first edition Superman comic book is for auction for a lot of money.When- It was made 1938 and brought to the publics attention 2009-2010.Where- In america, a comic book shop, owners basement.Why- It is very rare and valuable to comic book readers/lovers.How- The comic was in good condition and since it was so valuable there are tons of people bidding on it.The Lede-After being hidden away for years, a copy of the original "Action Comics No. 1" comic book, featuring Superman and friends, will make a comeback -- to the tune of about $400,000, a comic expert told CNN Thursday.The Lede Rewritten- The owner of a original first edition Superman comic has introduced the comic to the public and put it to auction. The comic is told to make $400,000.

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