WASHINGTON — Convicted spy Jonathan Pollard, arrested in 1985, will be paroled Nov. 21, officials said Tuesday.
Pollard, 61, was granted parole by a 3-0 vote Tuesday by the U.S. Parole Commission. Eliot Lauer, one of Pollard's lawyers, said he was informed of the panel's decision early Tuesday afternoon.
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