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    • StephenConnor
    • 03.05.07 | 17:37 (IDT)

    Pointy, Are these your idea of facts? "Israel got Stalite info. about Iraq from Pollard. after they used it to hit the noke site." Read Tosefta's post where he describes the information that Pollard provided as produced in the evidence at trial. "In fact, as the prosecutor demonstrated, Pollard could not have gone thru (physically) the mountain of documents he brought for copying by Israel. Pollard largely did not know the content." HOw can you say it was only SATELLITE (that's how you spell it) photos if he couldn't even know what it was? Furthermore, how can you claim that his penalty was too harsh while maintaining that blowing up the Liberty and killing its sailors was appropriate? The same standard applies for all entities. If blowing up the ship was appropriate then I guess Pollard should get the firing squad. Peace. Steve

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