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Israeli spy , Pollard, may be released soon....

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Pollard, who worked as a civilian intelligence analyst for the U.S. Navy, was arrested in 1985 and indicted in 1987 on one count of passing classified information to an ally, Israel. He gave up his right to a trial and entered into a plea agreement, which was intended to spare both Israel and the U.S. the embarrassment and damage that a lengthy trial might incur. Despite the government’s acknowledgment that Pollard fulfilled all the terms of his plea agreement, the government reneged.

He was sentenced to life despite the plea deal.

Pollard is the only person in U.S. history to receive a life sentence for spying for an ally. The median sentence for the offense is two to four years.


Pollard should have been locked away and the key lost. He did not spy for Israel for his "love" of the Zionist nation. He did it strictly for money. When he was caught, he was found with a 70 lb. suitcase full of classified documents that he purloined from his employer (the U.S. Navy).

Pollard has renounced his U.S. citizenship for Israeli citizenship. When he is released, he will be deported to Israel. Perhaps they will find a way to make him disappear, since he is a liability for them more than an asset.

Obama will release Pollard to throw a bone to Bibi Netanyahu. He has been petulantly demanding Pollard's release for years; even during his first term as the Israeli PM. Maybe this will help tone down Bibi's rhetoric about the Iran deal.

I am sure that posters Suckdems and semi-demented poster Markle, being pro-Zionist sycophants, are all in favor of releasing the Israeli mole.

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