The U.S. Government’s Weakness Supports Terrorism and Treason

There are 129 confirmed fatalities from the Paris terrorist attack on November 13, 2015.  The attacks were coordinated at six different locations in Paris.  More than 350 people were wounded and at least 99 individuals remain in critical condition.

The U.S. has failed to act effectively and sensibly against both terrorism and treason in the U.S. In a few days, Jonathan Jay Pollard will be released from federal prison  in the U.S. Pollard provided top secret classified information to Israel and was sentenced to life in prison.

Many sources in the U.S. Intelligence community strongly believe that Pollard’s treasonous information, after it was sold to Israel, did not remain in Israel.  There is strong and compelling evidence that Israel traded some of the intelligence to third parties and foreign governments that have used this information against the U.S. believes that the U.S. Government encourages both terrorism and treason by failing to employ the death penalty when needed.  Pollard should not be walking out of prison this week as a free man.  He should have been executed for his treason.

R. Van Conoley    ( Editor’s Note: Type the words Jonathan Pollard into the search box at the top of the home page of this website.  Click go, and read an article titled: ” The Death Penalty – Part 2, ” for more information on Pollard.)

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