Jonathan Pollard also fought against dishonesty in government. He didn't go public with his information but rather delivered info that the US had already agreed to share with Israel but on which the US was reneging. Pollard was thus a spy, but not treasonous. He was sharing with an ally and handed over info that the US had already agreed to hand over. Pollard, too, was betrayed by government. Worse yet, Jonathan Pollard COOPERATED FULLY with the prosecution and was still handed a maximum sentence, unlike other spies who did worse things, dared the prosecution to reveal their sources in court, and got lighter sentences. Jonathan Pollard was betrayed, and betrayed again.
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