US Considers Releasing Convicted Spy

Jonathan Pollard's release may be used to rescue Mideast peace talks.
3:00 | 04/01/14

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And a notorious spy serving a life sentence could soon be freed Jonathan Pollard was convicted of passing secrets to Israel but now. The Obama administration is considering releasing him to salvage mideast peace talks president has not made a decision to release Jonathan Pollard. Jonathan Pollard Pollard was convicted of espionage. And he is serving his sentence. As I said yesterday I don't have any other update to provide to you on a mr. -- stat us. There are obviously. A lot of things happening in that arena. And -- I'm not gonna get ahead it. Discussions that are under way when I will tell you is that the president has nominated decision to -- job.

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