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Tuesday, April 01, 2014

Oh my: Pollard waives parole hearing to protest deal

Jonathan Pollard is a more moral person than any of the actors in the current drama. On Tuesday, Pollard waived a parole hearing.
Commissioner Patricia Smoot says the hearing had been scheduled for Tuesday.
A parole commission administrator, Stephen Husk, says the hearing was to have been held at the federal prison in Butner, N.C., and that Pollard, who is imprisoned there, would have attended. Husk declined further comment.
Waiving the parole hearing comes amid diplomatic discussions between the U.S. and Israel about Pollard's possible release to further Mideast peace talks. The possibility of parole was the latest legal avenue Pollard had been taking in an effort to win his freedom.
It's been alleged that Pollard waived the hearing to protest the possibility of his being released in exchange for 'Palestinian' terrorists.

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