Jonathan Pollard, Jewish American Spy, Is a Free Man After Parole Ends

Convicted for spying for Israel when he served as an intelligence analyst in U.S. Navy’s counterterrorism center, Pollard served 30 years in prison and five on strict parole

Danielle Ziri
Danielle Ziri
New York
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NEW YORK – After 30 years in prison and five years on strict parole conditions, former Jewish American spy Jonathan Pollard became a free man on Friday. 

This was initially reported by Jacob Kornbluh of the Jewish Insider. According to Pollard's attorney, "The U.S. Parole Commission has issued a certificate terminating parole and lifting all parole restrictions on our pro bono client Jonathan J. Pollard."