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Who's more dangerous, Pollard, Manning or Snowden?

Between Jonathan Pollard, Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden, which one is the most dangerous to our country? Mr. Pollard took secrets and gave them to our ally, Israel, and is serving 25 years as of this writing. Messrs. Manning and Snowden gave information about what our government was doing to protect us from our enemies. One is on trial for treason, and the other is a coward who is hiding trying not to be caught. He should be caught and brought to trial. I have no reason to be afraid if the government listens to me on the phone. Maybe they might learn something.

Frank F. Braunstein

Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun
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