Shay Shapira, son of murdered athletics trainer Amitzur Shapira, right, delivers a speech in front of wreaths at a memorial at the former accommodation of the Israeli Olympic team in Munich, southern Germany, Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012, during a commemoration ceremony for the assassination victims of the Olympic games in Munich in 1972. 17 people died in a failed liberation attempt of Israeli hostages, eleven of them of Israel's Olympic team, five terrorists and a German police officer. (AP Photo/dapd, Joerg Koch)

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Shay Shapira, son of murdered athletics trainer Amitzur Shapira, right, delivers a speech in front of wreaths at a memorial at the former accommodation of the Israeli Olympic team in Munich, southern Germany, Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012, during a commemoration ceremony for the assassination victims of the Olympic games in Munich in 1972. 17 people died in a failed liberation attempt of Israeli hostages, eleven of them of Israel's Olympic team, five terrorists and a German police  officer. (AP Photo/dapd, Joerg Koch)
Shay Shapira, son of murdered athletics trainer Amitzur Shapira, right, delivers a speech in front of wreaths at a memorial at the former accommodation of the Israeli Olympic team in Munich, southern Germany, Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012, during a commemoration ceremony for the assassination victims of the Olympic games in Munich in 1972. 17 people died in a failed liberation attempt of Israeli hostages, eleven of them of Israel's Olympic team, five terrorists and a German police officer. (AP Photo/dapd, Joerg Koch)
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