1) Perhaps he did...but with his oath of office Pollard promised to "support and defend the Constitution of the United States." Pollard broke that oath...committed his crime...pled guilty to his crime...and was sentenced. Sounds fair to me!!! 2) Pollard has been in prison since Ronald Reagan was president...Prior to sentencing, speaking on his own behalf, Pollard stated that while his motives "may have been well meaning, they cannot, under any stretch of the imagination, excuse or justify the violation of the law, particularly one that involves the trust of government... I broke trust, ruined and brought disgrace to my family."...blaming Obama for Pollard's fate ignores the fact that it was Pollard himself who decided to become a thief and a traitor!!!
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