The Associated Press is reporting the release on parole of Jonathan Pollard, Thirty years to the day after his conviction.
A few questions: Why was "parole" even available, given the severity of the offences?
Exactly which "New York investment firm" has given him a job in its finance department? Surely such an action signals to the country that every employee of the firm has unquestionable allegiance to Israel? There are prudential controls in most countries that prevent a convicted felon like Pollard from having anything to do with the management of other peoples money.
Does this event imply that on the basis of equity, other convicted spies should expect release after Thirty years?
How long before Pollard breaks his parole and is spirited to Israel?
What did we get in return, Mordechai Vanunu?