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Espionage / Pollard #315055

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 04, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(DC: Rita Braver) Sentences given convicted Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard and wife Anne Henderson Pollard and background to their convictions examined; details given, scenes shown. Judge Aubrey Robinson's ruling outlined. [Courtesy "60 Minutes", Henderson POLLARD - has no regrets about their activities.] [Bernard HENDERSON -doesn't believe daughter can survive sentence.] [US attorney Joseph DiGENOVA - notes seriousness of national security breach by Pollards.] [Senator William COHEN -agrees.] (Artist: Don Juhlin)

(Tel Aviv, Israel: Bob Simon) Reaction here to Pollard case examined; scenes shown. [Knesset member Abba EBAN - claims operation was illicit, superfluous.] Importance of information passed by Pollard explained. [Prime Min. Yitzhak SHAMIR - claims operation was against Israeli policy.] Promotions of Pollard's Israeli supvrs. noted.

Braver, Rita;
Rather, Dan;
Simon, Bob

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