Pollard's ex-wife optimistic he'll be freed

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December 22, 2010 13:08

 
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Jonathan Pollard's ex-wife Ann expressed optimism that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's official request to Washington to release the Israeli agent will be successful. Her comments came in a Wednesday interview on Army Radio.

"Finally what we've waited for 25 years happened," Ann Pollard said.

She added that she always believed "the only way he'd be freed early was through political avenues."

"It's the first time in 25 years I'm completely optimistic Jonathan will be freed," said Pollard.


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