The interview Pollard gave in 1986 to Post correspondent Wolf Blitzer was claimed at the time of sentencing to be in violation of a plea agreement he had signed.
News briefs from around Jerusalem.
Pollard said that it is going to "take a miracle" to get him back home.
“He lost this battle, but we hope he will still win the war.”
Eliot Lauer, a lawyer for Pollard, said he was disappointed with the ruling and said his attorneys were studying it.
‘If he’s still a risk, there is a problem with US intelligence’
Jonathan and Esther Pollard briefed some 45 Jewish notables at a meeting organized by the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations.
Pollard was sentenced on the basis of private statements to the judge by then secretary of defense Caspar Weinberger, which were never seen by Pollard’s lawyers nor subjected to cross-examination.
Esther Pollard: I can't wait to have him in my arms
Israeli agent Jonathan Pollard will be released from prison after serving 30 years of a life sentence on November 20.