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Stanglin, Douglas; Coleman, Fred
March 1996
U.S. News & World Report;3/4/96, Vol. 120 Issue 9, p28
Contemplates the possibility that Jonathon Pollard will be granted clemency from President Clinton in 1996. Pollard, the former United States Navy intelligence officer sentenced to life imprisonment for passing secrets to the Israeli government; Pollard's contention that the US reneged on a promise not to seek life imprisonment in exchange for his cooperation; The possibility that Benjamin Gilman is leading the clemency campaign; Pollard's hero status in Israel.


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