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To: Shalom Israel
Pollard did not take the information that Weinberger thought he had.

I have a hard time believing that the U.S. Secretary of Defense submitted a secret legal brief to the Federal court in the Pollard case based on what he "thought" Pollard had given to Israel.

And if Weinberger eventually concluded that this was all a mistake, then why was he never called as a witness for Pollard in any of these subsequent appeals?

46 posted on 03/20/2006 10:28:07 AM PST by Alberta's Child
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To: Alberta's Child
I have a hard time believing that the U.S. Secretary of Defense submitted a secret legal brief to the Federal court in the Pollard case based on what he "thought" Pollard had given to Israel.

Believe what you want; the fact is that Weinburger knew someone has betrayed important intelligence to Russia, getting agents killed--but he didn't know that that was Aldritch Ames and Robert Hanssen. He thought it was Pollard.

50 posted on 03/20/2006 11:08:42 AM PST by Shalom Israel (There's a reason cows ain't extinct.)
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