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December 13, 1985 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-13

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Friday, December 13, 1985 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Continued from preceding page

Ilan Ravid, a deputy science at-
tache at the Embassy in Wash-
ington, and Yosef Yagur, the
science attache at the
Consulate-General in New York.
They are said to have been Pol-
lard's "contacts" in the United
States.
According to U.S. press re-
ports, they reported directly to a
special unit of the Israeli in-
telligence community specializ-
ing in the collection of scientific
information. That unit, known
by its Hebrew acronym of
LEKEM, was reportedly headed
by Eitan.
The Americans cited several
potentially important objectives
for their mission to Israel this
week:
— To obtain more evidence
against Pollard and his wife,
Anne Henderson-Pollard. Both
are in Federal custody awaiting
preliminary Grand Jury proced-
ings. He faces a life-in-prison
sentence, accused of espionage,
while she has been charged —
for the moment — with the les-
ser charge of illegally possessing
classified documents. That
charge carries a maximum ten
year sentence.
— To learn exactly how Israel
recruited Pollard, who has al-
ready confessed to the FBI. The
Americans are anxious to learn
some lessons from this intelli-

gence mishap in order to pre-
vent any similar incidents in
the future. U.S. officials want to
tighten up their counter-
intelligence procedures.
— To learn if Pollard may
also have provided classified in-
formaton to other foreign gov-
ernments. During initial inter-
rogation by the FBI, Pollard has
maintained that he also worked
for Pakistan and, East Germany.
His wife has been also accused
of planning to sell stolen
classified documents to the Em-
bassy of China. The Americans
want to learn what, if anything,
Israel may know about all of
this.
Beyond these immediate ob-
jectives, U.S. officials want to
strengthen the policy guidelines
with Israel on restricting its al-
legedly covert operations in the
United States. For many years,
FBI and Justice Department
authorities have privately main-
tained that Israel almost
routinely spies on the United
States. They are hoping that Is-
rael will end these operations
now.
One U.S. law enforcement
source said that if Israel was
still "running" other agents in
Washington or elsewhere in the
United States, it would now
stop. "We hope they've learned
their lesson," the source said.

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