Conrad's virulent cartoon gives rise to implications that exceed the boundaries of decency and fair play that we have come to expect from the news media.
Pollard was convicted of spying. For this he will pay dearly; he was sentenced to life imprisonment. But to insinuate that there was a conspiracy --defined as a conscious agreement to do something illegal--between Pollard and the top Israeli leadership is an untruth not supported by one smudge of evidence.
ALAN D. WALLACE