By Allan Lengel
Convicted Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard, who was serving a life sentence, will be paroled on Nov. 21 after serving 30 years, Business Insider reports.
As part condition for parole, Pollard will have to remain in the U.S. for five years, the publication reports. The Wall Street Journal reported that the federal parole board voted unanimously for the parole and the Justice Department didn’t oppose it.
Pollard, 60, pleaded guilty to spying for Israel from June 1984 until his arrest in November 1985, the publication reports.
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