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Jonathan Pollard Loses Challenge to U.S. Parole Conditions

Jonathan Pollard, a former U.S. Navy intelligence officer convicted of spying for Israel, on Thursday lost a bid to overturn restrictive probation conditions imposed when he was released in November after serving 30 years in prison.

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Jonathan Pollard Asks U.S. Judge to Reverse Restrictive Parole Conditions

Jonathan Pollard, the former US Navy U.S intelligence officer convicted of one count of spying for an ally, Israel, petitioned a New York judge on Friday to overturn his highly restrictive probation conditions. In December, U.S. District Judge Katherine Forrest stated the

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Case Against Jonathan Pollard Parole Conditions To Be Reopened

The Jerusalem Post reports: The US District Court in the Southern District of New York granted a request on Tuesday by Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard’s lawyers to reopen his appeal against his strict parole conditions, according to a document received Wednesday

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Israeli Spy Pollard Released From US Prison

After 10,956 days behind bars in the US, convicted Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard left his prison in North Carolina in the early hours of Friday morning. “The people of Israel welcome Jonathan Pollard’s release,” said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in

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Netanyahu Wants U.S. Release Of Israeli Spy Pollard Kept Low-Key

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has instructed Israeli officials to keep low-key about Friday’s scheduled release by the United States of Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard, a cabinet minister said. The former U.S. Navy analyst’s espionage for Israel in the 1980s remains

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Report: Obama to Release Pollard in Bid to Soften Israeli Criticism

President Barack Obama is preparing to release convicted Israeli spy and former U.S. naval intelligence analyst Jonathan Pollard, the Wall Street Journal reports. Pollard has served nearly three decades of an unusually harsh life sentence, after being arrested in 1985.

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