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Former civilian Navy intelligence analyst Jonathan Pollard is now serving a life sentence for selling highly classified data to Israel in the mid-1980s. Last fall during the Wye Plantation mideast peace talks, President Clinton promised Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu that he would order a review of Pollard’s case and consider clemency. Navy officials and members of the intelligence community have objected strongly to such a move. A panel talks about the Pollard case: what Pollard actually did, and why the case has come under review.
- Kenneth Lasson Professor of law at the University of Baltimore
- Angelo Codevilla Professor of international relations at Boston University
- Vincent Canistraro Former head of counter-terrorism for the CIA
- Seymour Hersh Contributor, "The New Yorker" magazine
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