I just gave it to you old chap. The fact the Judge didn't cite it means nothing.
Some commentators did not include the prosecution which did not argue that point on appeal and the judges who heard the appeal and made no mention of it.
Which means they feel that the sentence fits the crime regardless of whether or not he broke the deal. Hummmm.
Pollard has been free to file for parole after serving 8 years but hasn't. Hmmmmmm.
Pollard has appealed his conviction all the way to SCOTUS and has been denied every single time. Hmmmmmmm.
He committed Espionage and sold our country out for a handful of Judas gold. He sold Classified material not only to the Israeli government but at least 3 other Governments. He admitted it in open court.
Screw Pollard. Let him rot.
My, my. You do seem to have “issues”.
You need to use snark because you haven’t got an argument, just self-righteous puffery.
Let me try (the eternal optimist I am) to get you straigthened out. We are not discussing the issue of all the past litigation. We are talking about whether a clemency request should be granted at this time. You stated that he doesn’t deserve it, but should rather die, in part because he broke the plea deal, which justified the original sentencing and continues to justify no mercy.
I asked you to provide a source for the point that he was sentence so harshly because he broke his plea deal and you’re still batting .000 on that one.