That has the potential to open a Pandoras box, and reexamine all that has transpired so far....I doubt there is ANYONE in the Israeli or American governments who wishes to revisit LAffaire Pollard.
That's true, though the story will be known one day. Pollard could save everyone a lot of trouble by applying for a parole, which I'm sure he'd get, and it would be over with. But he won't.
posted on 06/04/2009 12:26:51 PM PDT
(in the fight against terrorism, no middle ground, half-measures leave you half-exposed, D. Cheney)
>>Pollard could save everyone a lot of trouble by applying for a parole, which I’m sure he’d get, and it would be over with.
Why, in your estimation, is he not doing so. And how come the certainty that he would get it....
And why ask for his release when he’s not willing to go on a parole hearing himself.
posted on 06/04/2009 12:29:41 PM PDT
("We may be crazy in Pakistan, but not completely out of our minds," ISI Gen. Ahmed Shujaa Pasha)
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