The Strange Case of Jonathan Pollard and the Two Decade Battle to Win his FreedomWinston Churchill’s description of Stalinist Russia in 1939 – he called it a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma – easily could have been said about the case of Jonathan Jay Pollard, the U.S. Naval Intelligence analyst who, in March of 1987, received a mystifying life sentence for passing classified secrets to an American ally, Israel. Now, twenty-seven years later, the debate over America’s most controversial spy has apparently once again been rekindled.Spy of Davidis an attempt to shed a bright light over a dark stain on both the American judicial system and our intelligence community, while, at the same time, solve a decades old puzzle – knowing that, for way too long, the truth surrounding this most gut-wrenching spy case has remained hidden, blurred and obscured.
About the Author
Elliot Goldenberg is the author of The Hunting Horseand The Spy Who Knew Too Much. He has written thousands of published articles and has interviewed dozens of national and world leaders; has cultivated numerous contacts in the intelligence community. He has received many prestigious awards, including the Florida Press Club Award, for Investigative Reporting and the national Simon Rockower Award, also for Investigative Reporting. Eliot is a public speaker who has often appeared on radio and TV, including CNN.