Health: One of the Munich Olympics bombers lived in Berlin for 13 years

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One of the three Palestinians involved in the 1972 Munich Olympics terrorist attack and who survived it reportedly resided for 13 years in Berlin and the authorities were aware of it, although they did not take action against him, the 'Süddeutsche Zeitung' reported Saturday.

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The Bavarian police were informed by an undercover agent of the Federal Criminal Investigation Office (BKA) about the whereabouts of the Palestinian, who moved almost daily between the west and east of the German capital - then still divided - as the material stored in the State Archives in Munich shows.

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However, the reliability of the BKA informant was not checked at the time, and the information may have been misplaced in the Bavarian city, so it is unclear whether it was ever followed up.

This report fuels a theory nurtured for years by the Israelis that the German authorities would have allowed the surviving terrorists to roam free in exchange for preventing further attacks on German soil.

A spokesman for the Bavarian regional Interior Ministry explained Saturday that, as part of the agreement between the government and the Israeli survivors, a commission of historians will be set up to analyze these documents.

On September 5, 1972, during the Munich Games, a Palestinian terrorist commando attacked the Israeli team in the Olympic village and took eleven hostages. All of them, plus a German policeman and five of the eight attackers, were killed in the shootings first at the Olympic venue and then in the unsuccessful rescue attempt at the Fürstenfeldbruck air base.

The surviving terrorists were imprisoned, but soon after were released in a negotiation following the hijacking of an airplane.

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