Prosecutor in Pollard Spy Case Predicts Espionage Act Charges in Clinton Email Probe
From The Washington Free Beacon:
In 1986, diGenova was the chief U.S. prosecutor in the case against Jonathan Pollard, one of the most notorious spies of the last half-century. Pollard, a former U.S. Navy intelligence analyst, pleaded guilty to an Espionage Act violation for passing top-secret information to Israel. He was sentenced to life in prison, but was paroled in 2015 after a lengthy lobbying campaign by his supporters.