Nov 17, 2014

Pollard has just one year left to serve

The Federal Bureau of Prisons has finally updated Jonathan Pollard's records with an expected release date. His expected release date is one year from now November 21, 2015.

So, even if the president does not pardon him or grant him clemency, he only has one year left.

Of course he may not live out the year, he might be knocked off before they let him out, or they can change the date for whatever reason they justify, so it ain't over until it is over, but it looks like it might be over soon enough.

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  1. Huh? Wasn't he sentenced to life in prison?

  2. Hashem yerachem alav!

  3. He's serving a life sentence.

  4. "... Pollard is technically eligible to request parole in November 2015, on the 30th anniversary of his arrest. But, parole is not relevant for Pollard because his judge, his prosecutor and the government are on record in his sentencing docket as emphatically denying early release at any date, making it certain he will be refused."

    Understanding the Pollard Parole Canard

    1. I don't know where they get that from, or where they get the "45 years" number. Under rules at that time, "life" meant thirty years. It would be nice if this was all clarified by...someone.

      As it stands, that page seems to indicate a "release on our terms or no release" attitude.


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