Jonathan Jay Pollard was a 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-five years later, the debate over America’s most controversial spy has again been rekindled.
This is the most up to date telling of the Pollard spy case. Johnathan Pollard is due for parole November 2015.
Following up on his previous book, The Hunting Horse, Spy of David chronicles the obstacles faced by Goldenberg and his partner in a motion picture project as they navigate the perilous waters of Hollywood and Washington in an attempt to not only separate fact from fiction about the Pollard spy case but, hopefully, make a feature film.
Always provocative, Spy of David sheds a bright light over a dark stain on the American judicial system and our intelligence community, while, at the same time, solves a decades-old puzzle.
“Elliot Goldenberg has done it again with his masterful retelling and updating of one of the most appalling injustices in American history.” – Alan Dershowitz, Harvard Law School
Elliot Goldenberg, the author of both The Hunting Horse and The Spy Who Knew Too Much, has written thousands of published articles; 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. Elliot is a public speaker who has often appeared on radio and TV, including CNN. He lives in southern Florida.
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