Government Press Office photographers were conspicuously missing from the spy Jonathan Pollard’s reception in Israel.
“You’re Home” Netanyahu said, before handing the Pollards their Israeli identification documents.
Outgoing Israeli President Shimon Peres said after meeting with Esther Pollard that on his U.S. trip, he will raise her request with American officials to free her imprisoned husband on humanitarian grounds.
Jonathan Pollard’s medical condition won’t enable him to survive through another year of jail, his wife was quoted as saying in a statement on Monday, 26 years into the convicted Israeli spy’s prison sentence.
The campaign to free Jonathan Pollard just gets odder, and more disturbing.