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fine protein-rich feed supplement for farm animals; a byproduct from the milling of wheat for flour. Called also shorts.
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Pollard, 61, will also have to live and work in New York and regularly report to a parole officer.
Pollard spent the first seven years after his arrest in an Illinois jail before being transferred to a North Carolina prison.
Unfortunately, that's exactly what he's facing after coming up with the brave but barmy idea to raise money for The Valerie Pollard foundation.
President Obama should resist the temptation to give an early release to Jonathan Pollard, the former U.
Obama is reportedly considering a pardon for Pollard, who is serving a life sentence in a federal prison in Butner, N.
MODIIN, Israel -- The ex-wife of imprisoned Jewish-American spy Jonathan Pollard on Tuesday implored the Israeli government to secure his release, saying her former husband's health could be in danger if he remains behind bars much longer.
Our reputation for great food and a warm and welcoming atmosphere has allowed us to put Pollards Inn back on the map," says Jamie.
Convicted of espionage in 1987, Pollard was the suburban American Jewish dream turned nightmare: a good, middle-class, high-achieving boy turned traitor.
In March 1988, less than a year after the Pollards were convicted, seventy Members of the Knesset (MKs) openly appealed to President Reagan to pardon the Pollards so that they could emigrate to Israel.
Once President of the State's Largest Ad Agency, Pollard Now Calls Himself a 'Marketing Doctor'
When the Cottage Grove boys basketball team last qualified for the state tournament, Bart Pollard was a junior guard and his father, Donn, was the head coach.
Speaking from hospital in Hungary Jo Pollard, 55, said: "As a Christian, I just hope they realise what they have done is wrong and against God's will.