Munich police 'shot dead eight Israeli athletes'
Thursday 23 July 1992
The families' lawyer, Pinhas Zletzer, who has asked to see the German Foreign Minister, Klaus Kinkel, said that police and ballistics reports had been 'in the hands of the Bavarian state prosecutor, and it seems the German authorities had something to hide from us all these years'.
The families have regularly protested about the German government's failure to release reports on the deaths and to pay any compensation. The German Red Cross paid relatives dollars 1m ( pounds 526,000) and the West German Olympic Committee 10,000 marks per family.
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