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mt cn after thirty years in prison this convicted spy is on the streets of New York , Jordan Pollard freed on parole Friday appearing in federal court to be fitted for an ankle monitor the former U. S. navy analyst was sentenced to life in prison in nineteen eighty seven for passing secret information to Israel Reuters correspondent Dan Williams in Jerusalem , I know many Israelis he's regarded as a patriot something of a hero Amanda spent thirty years behind bars for doing what he could to help the Jewish state , there are some however that are uncomfortable at the recollection of his really quite red betrayal of trust between the fog , well certainly in the intelligent cooperative and the defense establishment many people regard him as an unforgivable tracer , meant to what Hillary with Israeli prime minister Benjamin no a riff that was called especially by that by their very public disagreement over the our nuclear diplomacy with Iran in recent months , the White House denying it played any role in Pollard's release which was approved by federal parole board in July Pollard was granted Israeli citizenship while in jail he expressed the desire to emigrate to Israel , but the terms of his parole prohibit him from leading the U. S. for five years , his lawyers challenging those terms in a lawsuit Benjamin Netanyahu instructing Israel to stay low key about Pollard's release , concerned that to warm a celebration might damage efforts to persuade the U. S. let him leave for Israel sooner