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January 09, 1987 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-09

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Service agents. She left a
suitcase full of documents in
a hall stairwell before leaving
the building.
Later, from a pay telephone
booth, she called Sella at his
hotel. "I begged him to help
Jay," she said. Sella promised
to help. He first asked her to
walk around the streets for
two hours before returning to
her apartment. "I understand
now that this was his time to
get out of the country," she
said. Neither Sella nor his
wife had diplomatic immuni-
ty.
Sella had given Hender-
son-Pollard a phone number
in New York for Yagur. After
his first round of questioning,
Pollard telephoned Yagur.
"Stall for time," Yagur said.
"Don't worry. We'll take care
of you."
Subsequently, Pollard was
instructed by an Israeli Em-
bassy security officer in
Washington that the em-
bassy's driveway gate would
be open the following morn-
ing at 10 and that they
should drive through then.
"We'll take care of you from
then on," the security officer
said.
Pollard and Henderson-
Pollard first drove to the
Washington Hospital Center
where she underwent a treat-
ment for her abdominal pro-
blem. From there, they drove
to the Embassy, unaware that
more than a dozen FBI cars
were following them.
"The gate was open," she
said, "and we drove down the
driveway ramp. Two guards
were there and said to Jay,
`Welcome home. You're safe
now. Everything is fine.' "
But within a few moments,
the embassy was surrounded
by FBI agents, cars, trucks
and vans. The Embassy's
security officer went inside
for about "10 or 15 minutes,"
according to Henderson-
Pollard. "We were waiting in
the car, on the embassy
grounds, in the driveway, but
not inside the building."
"The security officer was
angry when he finally came
out," she continued. "He said,
`Get out. You have to leave.'
Jay asked, `Do you know who
I am? Do you know what I
have done?' The officer simp-
ly looked at us and said again,
`Get out.'
"At that point, Jay said
that we wanted to invoke the
Law of Return and claim our
right to Israeli citizenship.
`We're Jews,' Jay said, plead-
ing with the officer. It didn't
help. They kicked us out."
Pollard was immediately
arrested by the FBI. Hender-
son-Pollard was arrested the
next day. But while they had
"stalled" for time earlier that
week, Sella, Yagur and Irb
had fled the country for
Israel.

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