Pollard broke it, not the government. His wife went on TV whining about the entire affair after they'd promised, as a condition of the plea agreement, not to speak publicly about the case.
"I agree with the majority that the "plea wiring" was not an unlawful coercion of Pollard's guilty plea and that Chief Judge Robinson did not abuse his discretion in refusing to recuse himself or to conduct a hearing into the claim of ex parte contacts. But because the government's breach of the plea agreement was a fundamental miscarriage of justice requiring relief under 28 U.S.C. § 2255, I dissent.
Neither his dissent nor the majority opinion recite any facts about Pollard breaking the agreement or Mrs. Pollard's public statements violating any plea agreement.