*The unclassified titles of the documents, which are exposed for the first time in the Pollard petition to Israel's Supreme Court, were part of a list of documents which Israel returned to the U.S. Most importantly, these documents (as cited below) are specifically those documents which the U.S. selected for use as evidence against Pollard.
In otherwords, these are the documents which the U.S. used as evidence to show the court the "damage" Pollard did. Pollard learned this and the titles from information he received via a Freedom of Information Act request, asking for the evidence the U.S. had used against him.
The titles of the documents show that they are all about war preparedness and weapons systems which were obtained by enemies of Israel, for use against Israel. The "damage" Pollard did to the U.S., as clearly shown by these exhibits, was to give Israel the ability to defend herself from enemies. None of the documents which the U.S. used as evidence against Pollard concerned American agents, codes, installations, war plans, troop dispositions, or programs. In fact, they were not about America at all!
Below is a list of the unclassified document titles included in Pollard's court petition. The titles raise troubling questions ancillary to those raised in Pollard's petition. Among them: Why was the U.S. so angry that Pollard let Israel know about the war capabilities and weapons systems obtained by her enemies? Why was the U.S. withholding this information, instead of sharing it with Israel, as it was obliged to according to a 1983 Memo of Understanding signed by the two nations? Did Pollard "damage" U.S. national security, as the Americans have claimed? Or, as these document titles show - and again these were the documents used as evidence against Pollard -
or did Pollard simply "damage" an American pro-Arab policy that preferred a weak Israel, deprived of vital information, and unable to defend herself?
Here are the titles. Judge for yourself:
Nitsana Darshan-Leitner filed the petition in Israeli Supreme Court today on behalf of Jonathan Pollard. Larry Dub is 'of counsel'.