Netanyahu: Convicted spy Pollard expected in Israel soon
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Saturday that he expects a former U.S. serviceman convicted for spying for Israel, Jonathan Pollard, to come stay in Israel, as the former U.S. Navy intelligence analyst who served 30 years in prison has completed his parole.
In a statement issued Saturday evening, Netanyahu said he had worked for Pollard's release for many years. He did not provide a firm date when Pollard might arrive.
The Justice Department annou...