A Reasonable Demand
The American traitor Jonathan Pollard, by his own estimates, gave or sold to Israeli Mossad agents operating in Washington, D.C., one million plus pages - the equivalent of 360 cubic feet - of highly sensitive national security classified documents during an 18-month period in the mid- 1980s.
It got to the point that these spies had to rent an apartment and use multiple copy machines to keep pace with his thievery.
To date, the Israeli government has not returned one shred of classified information. As such, I would ask those unspecified "Jewish interests in the local area," referenced in your Beachcomber column, to bring to bear their influence on the Israeli government to return the purchased documents before any consideration be given to the release of this traitor.
The return of our classified documents would be the beginning of the Israeli government making amends for their involvement in this treachery.
Further, I demand my local, federally elected officials uphold their oath of office to protect the United States by making this a proviso of any efforts they might make in this matter. Do you hear me Chuck Schumer, Anthony Weiner and Gary Ackerman?
I see no compelling urgency in releasing this quisling and believe the primary reason that others do is because of his Jewish background with the Israeli government benefiting from his treason.
Finally, I find it a little ironic I'm writing this letter on the 67th anniversary of Pearl Harbor, a day, FDR stated, "that will live in infamy." I can only hope we all can learn from the past. I invite all named and unspecified parties referenced in my letter to respond and explain themselves in public.
MICHAEL P. HONAN