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Pollard Pardon? Not Now.

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Submitted by Judith (United States), Feb 28, 2014 at 16:21

Such a sad case this is. Why no one from the U.S. has been caught spying on Israel is a conundrum, especially in this administration. What in deed will the concessions be? Both Islamic fundamentalism against the existence of Israel is growing as well as certain sectsof evangelical and protestant Christian sympathy for the Palestinian narrative, which all leads to the lies told a thousand times gearing up to more problems for Israel, who is the only player who has attempted to play fair here.

It may sound simplistic but if we had energy independence in the 1980's perhaps the punishment of a life sentence would not have come into play. Justice played foul here, but Mr. O may use Pollard as his trump card to help his Muslim brothers once again. The Pollards got a raw deal, but I have to agree that any early release during this administration will be for nefarious reasons only.

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