The scientific milestone, which confirms the physicist's century-old theories, opens a new window for studying the cosmos.17:34 11.02.16 | 0 comments
Jonathan Pollard stole documents because he wanted money. He did not have a 'noble' motive. He admitted his guilt. That he should not have been punished because he sold American secrets to Israel, a 'friendly' country, is nonsense. It was not up to Pollard to determine what U.S. government information should have been provided to Israel. After his admission of guilt and imprisonment, Israel gave Pollard Israeli citizenship, a slap in the face of America. Pollard got the sentence he deserves: life in prison.