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    • Bill Sleight
    • 10.03.13 | 17:46 (IST)

    Pollard is an American that got caught stealing our secrets for Israel. He's our business. Israel could have given him safety in the Israeli Embassy and chose not to. They had their chance and decided to cut him loose and lie about their acts of treachery against us afterwards. His fate is nobodies business but ours. That being said I would like to see Pollard released just to see the reaction of the Israeli Gov't and citizens. There are already streets named after the guy. I'd like to see if our "Israeli friends" would give Pollard a hero's reception. It would also be very interesting to see the reaction of American Jews towards the traitor's release. Keeping him in prison serves no purpose any longer. It hasn't stopped Israel spying on us. Since the Pollard affair there have been other Israeli spies apprehended in the US. Google: the Israeli 911 white van and Israeli art student spies

    from the article: U.S. official: Israeli campaign to free Jonathan Pollard makes chances less likely
    First published 11:59 10.03.13 | Last updated 11:59 10.03.13
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