These articles are in response to the arrest on September 24, 1996 of Robert C. Kim, a civilian computer expert working for U.S. Naval intelligence.
Kim was charged with passing classified documents to his native South Korea, a U.S. ally. He received a nine-year sentence; Jonathan Pollard received life.
- Sept. 25: U.S. Navy Worker [Robert Kim] Charged as Spy for South Korea: Wall Street Journal
- Sept. 26: Espionage Is Forever A Factor: USA TODAY
- Oct. 1: The Jewish Establishment Could Learn From The Korean-Americans: Rabbi Avi Weiss
- Oct. 1: Bail Is Set For Spy Suspect, But Release Is Delayed: The New York Times
- Oct. 6: Korean Spy Case Takes More Serious Turn (with Pollard Comment)
- Oct. 6: Korean Spy Case Takes More Serious Turn: N.Y. Times
- Oct. 11: He Should've Been A Korean: Si Frumkin
- Nov. 22: Jonathan Pollard Comments From Prison
- Dec. 22: Pollard & Kim Cases Treated Differently: Dr. Aaron Lerner
- May 6: South Korean Spy to Plead Guilty: The Washington Post
- July 12: More Unequal Justice: VA Man Sentenced to 9 Years In Spy Case: The Washington Post
- July 13: News From The Coalition for Jewish Concerns Regarding the Kim Case: Press Release
- July 18: Vaad Harabonim: Kim Case vs. Pollard Case "Mind-Boggling"
- July 15: Rabbi Weiss Decries Silence On S. Korean Sentencing
- Fall: Young Israel President Asks For Equal Justice For Israeli Spy: Viewpoint Magazine
- Jan. 13: Is Pollard More Guilty? Danny Leshem
- June 8: Unequal Justice: Bitter South Koreans Rally Behind Spy Convicted in U.S.: LA Times
- June 10: Pollard And Kim: Spot The Differences: Arutz7
- Sept. 17: New Spy Case: Taiwanese Defend Contact With Top State Official: The Washington Times