Execute him and investigate his family.
Before this accelerates into another “ Bash The Jew Traitor Fest”, below are the documented, facts and a link to the site with a lot more.
There a number of traitors in this case. The largest one was actually the US. We knowingly betrayed an ally, and knowingly and intentionally set up a situation in which millions of innocent Israeli civilians would have died from the chemical laced warheads that Saddam Hussein fired into Israel. They contained poison gas. That is a fact.
Pollard alerted the Israelis and saved their lives. As a result, the people of Israel had enough time to obtain gas masks from the government and to set up a “safe room” in their homes. Most of us recall the news videos of this.
He did not receive money, he did not do it for any other purpose other than to save these people.
Yes, in doing this, he betrayed the US. He voiced his concerns to
his superiors, and the response was that he was told to “mind his own business”, and that “Jews get nervous talking about poison gas; they don’t need to know.”
If you, as a US citizen, do not have a problem with this, then go put on a Nazi SS uniform and salute the Satanic forces that spawns such hatred and evil.
In governments, there are bad laws, bad intentions, and bad people. That is a sad reality. A person who believes in G-D, and fears G-D, does what is right by G-D. Sadly, that is not always right by flag.
To those who feel differently, all that can be said is that one day we will be judged by The One far greater than any of this.
You know, I used to feel this way too. But then I heard Pollard's father speak. Not intentionally either. My reaction was, "I can't believe I have to listen to an apologist for a spy." Pollard Sr. had a lot to say. He spoke about the support Father Hesburgh, then president of Notre Dame, was giving to the effort to gain Pollard's release. I couldn't believe what I was hearing.
This was in 1988. There was no internet then for most of us. I had a dial-up subscription to Dow Jones News Retrieval then. As soon as I got home I started searching DJNR and everything I found confirmed what Pollard Sr. had been saying. There was no claim that Pollard was innocent. It was just that the nature of his crime was minor compared to other spies and that his punishment had been much more severe than these other spies. This was nearly 23 years ago; so now Pollard has had 23 years more punishment than when folks like Father Hesburgh were suggesting that he had already been punished enough. It's time to let him go.