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The FBI Fumbles? What about Jonathan Pollard?

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Submitted by Philip Winestone, Mar 17, 2003 at 12:26

Having read this incredible tale of what amounts to treason by omission, I'm trying to compare the "fumbling" with what happened - and is still happening - to Jonathan Pollard, the so-called spy who was jailed about 17years ago for spying for Israel - an avowed ally of the U.S.

Isn't it about time Pollard was released or at least had his case reviewed? Or have I missed something?
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