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Submitted by Daniel Flannery (United States), Mar 21, 2013 at 10:24

Actually as a former Marine Office who held a TS-SCI clearance I actively oppose any release of Mr. Pollard, and not for emotional reasons. Mr. Pollard violated the trust of the US government, and he did it for a combination of reasons..one of them being greed. Is that something that is OK with you? If so please explain why. Thanks.

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