about the history of spying and their light treatment is reason enough to make an example of him. Pollard never denied guilt; what his website said was HE decided Israel must have the info in spite of the fact he knew it was wrong. According to CNN, a trial would have brought out classified stuff they wanted hidden. Harsh treatment? Well, if he acknowledges he is guilty, what's the problem? All you lay out is why Pollard should be made an example, for AIPAC and any other spies who might wanna chance it. He lied and cheated and, according to you, those who now have him lied and cheated. Sounds like a nice bridge group doesn't it of like minded folks. Anyway, thanks for the post. Regards.
UN agency warns school may be delayed for Palestinian refugees due to lack of funding (AP)
from the article: Ex-CIA director: I prevented move to release spy for Israel