New video footage shows Jonathan Pollard free for the first time, shortly after being released from prison after 30 years.

Meanwhile, the White House has clarified that President Obama does not intend to ease Jonathan Pollard's released conditions.

Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes gave a statement to reporters that "The president does not have any plans to alter the terms of his parole."

Shortly after he was released, Pollard's lawyers submitted an appeal asking that the restricted terms be canceled.