View Full Version : Former US Navy Traitor released from Life Prison Sentence.

11-21-2015, 01:21 AM

Netanyahu hailed the release and said he has longed for this day.

Members of Congress are already lining up to demand that the "onerous" requirements of the Dual Citizen's 5 year parole be waived so that he can go home to Israel.

Back in the days before the United States became a wholly owned subsidiary of the State of Israel, Former SECDEF Cap Weinberger had pushed for the death penalty for this Traitor

11-21-2015, 02:10 PM
Semantics but:

"Former US Navy Traitor released from Life Prison Sentence."

-Still a Traitor
-Worked for the Navy, was never in the Navy (now, Walker ... yeah ... egg on our face with that.)


I have not read of any members of Congress supporting the change of his parole guidelines. Do you have a source or article?

I worked up a case study on Pollard for my undergrad degree, I worked with a USN civilian who tipped security that something was up with him (She was a librarian at ONI, he would check out all kinds of materials that had nothing to do with his target set -- those were the documents he was taking home and duplicating for the Israeli gov't.)

Some things about Pollard:

-The guy was far from an ideologue (at the time), he was very concerned about getting paid.
-Pollard shopped his services around to countries other than Israel.
-He originally applied to the CIA, they turned him down.
-Pollard was evaluated as one of the most damaging spies to US Intelligence. If you are still able to access classified docs, the summary & impact statement that the DoD provided to the judge is damning. I have read it ... damning.

11-21-2015, 03:20 PM
I have not read of any members of Congress supporting the change of his parole guidelines. Do you have a source or article?


"We believe that America's interests and the interests of Justice would be served if the DOJ were to grant Jonathan Pollard's request to reunite with his wife and move to Israel upon his release

11-21-2015, 03:45 PM
Not only has this traitor been let out of his sentence....

" His lawyers said in a court filing that he had been given a job in the finance department of an investment firm in New York City. They didn't disclose the name of the company."


If this guy was an OEF/OIF vet he'd probably be homeless and out of work. But, commit espionage for Israel and you get rewarded with a kushy job on Wall Street. Wonder why?