Report: Pollard likely to be released this year

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July 18, 2015 03:33

 
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The United States is considering releasing Jonathan Pollard on November 21st, the date of his parole eligibility, The Algemeiner reported Friday.

Pollard, who was sentenced to life in prison in the United States in 1987, will be 61 years old with his supposed release.

An anonymous source told The Algemeiner that Pollard's supposed release is  independent of and unrelated to the Iran nuclear deal signed earlier this week.

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