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    • eaglesfanforever
    • 21.01.10 | 22:37 (IST)

    A question please...how many Americans do you think are spying against Israel? Don't strain your brain but there are many. Some are caught and quietly returned to the U.S. without fanfare...unlike Pollard who has probably received the harshest sentence,besides the Rosenbergs who paid the ultimate price,for spying. Jews seem to pay a higher price..unfair in many ways. Walker and Hanson did dastardly damage to the U.S. but I do not think their sentences were as harsh as Pollards. Hanson's crimes were dumped on Pollard and even when they found out the truth Pollard's sentence was not reviewed and he remains in prison and will probably die there. Fair is fair and this is out of the bounds of any fairness.This country,the U.S.,needs a tweaking..a good chiropractor to get things aligned and straight. Our intelligence stinks as does our current government.

    from the article: U.S. Jew indicted as possible Israel spy
    First published 02:06 21.01.10 | Last updated 09:47 21.01.10
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