Spycatchers: Freeing Pollard While Pursuing Snowden Sends ‘Mixed Signals’

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Bowman recently penned a New York Times op-ed that savaged Pollard's claim of only aiding Israel and arguments that he's served longer in prison than anyone who ever spied for a U.S. ally.

"He did more damage than anybody who ever spied for an ally," Bowman told ABC News.

Still, after almost three decades behind bars, Bowman said he doesn't fault the Obama administration for using Pollard's release to further Mideast peace talks.

"I think it's a silly idea," he said, "but I'll give the administration credit for doing it for a positive result."

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