In this still image from video provided by WCBS-TV, convicted spy Jonathan Pollard, left, arrives at a federal courthouse in New York with his wife, Esther, to check in at a probation office just hours after he was released from prison on Friday, Nov. 20, 2015. Pollard's release was the culmination of an extraordinary espionage case that complicated American-Israeli relations for 30 years and became a periodic bargaining chip between two allies.
In this still image from video provided by WCBS-TV, convicted spy Jonathan Pollard, left, arrives at a federal courthouse in New York with his wife, Esther, to check in at a probation office just hours after he was released from prison on Friday, Nov. 20, 2015. Pollard's release was the culmination of an extraordinary espionage case that complicated American-Israeli relations for 30 years and became a periodic bargaining chip between two allies. ILANA GOLD ASSOCIATED PRESS
In this still image from video provided by WCBS-TV, convicted spy Jonathan Pollard, left, arrives at a federal courthouse in New York with his wife, Esther, to check in at a probation office just hours after he was released from prison on Friday, Nov. 20, 2015. Pollard's release was the culmination of an extraordinary espionage case that complicated American-Israeli relations for 30 years and became a periodic bargaining chip between two allies. ILANA GOLD ASSOCIATED PRESS

Convicted spy Pollard is released from prison after 30 years

November 20, 2015 7:21 AM

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