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Jonathan Pollard: Revisited Again and again

How many of you remember what you were doing 26 years ago, I barely do.  Thank goodness for Google.  Reagan was President, H.W. Bush was his Vice President, we were paying a staggering $1.20 for a gallon of gas and I for one was finding a lot less hair in the shower each morning.  But to Jonathan Pollard, another New Year has come and gone and nothing has changed.  Sad and beaten, deteriorated in health and with no end in sight, Pollard began serving his 27th year in Federal prison this past Nov.

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Jerrold L. Sobel
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