VIDEO - Ron Olive, the FBI agent who apprehended Jonathan Pollard has released footage taken from a surveillance camera showing the convicted spy taking suitcases full of top secret documents to his Israeli operatives. “This is Pollard actually in the act of stealing highly classified information," says Olive during the presentation, "1500 top secret documents in a matter of seconds." Olive added that Pollard transferred material to the Israeli embassy at least twice a day, three to four times a week. In 1985, Pollard raised the suspicions of his superiors at the Navy Field Operational Intelligence Office (NFOIO) in Washington, D.C., as stacks of classified documents unrelated to his work were repeatedly found in his office. The FBI arrested Pollard in November 1985, but he attempted to evade arrest by requesting asylum at the Israeli embassy. The embassy refused to grant Pollard and his wife asylum, and Pollard was subsequently apprehended by the FBI. He pleaded guilty and was convicted on one count of spying for Israel, receiving a life sentence in 1986 with a recommendation against parole. Israel publicly denied that Pollard was an Israeli spy until 1998, when he was granted Israeli citizenship.