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    5 ft

    General View French Appeals Court in Paris
    11 ft

    General View Police van and coach in convoy
    16 ft

    Semi View Row of policeman
    17 ft

    Semi View Daoud's coach enters prison and gates shut behind
    21 ft

    Various shots street sealed off as Daoud is driven in heavily armed police convoy to airport
    28 ft

    General View Daoud walks up steps to waiting plane
    33 ft

    Close Up Algerian plane pull back to General View plane
    37 ft

    47 ft

    Semi View Israeli Ambassador to France Mordechai Gazit enters room and takes seat
    53 ft

    Close Up Gazit speaks
    66 ft

    Semi Views Gazit leaves room
    69 ft

    84 ft

    Reporter from Israel
    90 ft

    General View Israeli Parliament in Jerusalem pan in to Send View Allon (Foreign Minister) speaking Long View Allon platform pan in to Semi View speaking
    113 ft

    Closed Up Photo of murdered athletes on wall
    119 ft

    Semi View Mrs. Anke Spitzer (widow of athlete) speaks
    134 ft

    General View Photo of Israeli Olympic team at the opening ceremony in Munich pull back to show momentoes (Certificates etc.,) of team on wall
    141 ft

    142 ft

    TRANSCRIPT: GAZIT: "We expect the defence government will explain the legal reasons or the so called legal reasons for it's decision, all I can say is that we consider this a problem of principle. Not only because this particular gentleman was involved in this murderous activity but also because the problem of fighting International terrorism is a vital one".

    "I hope that Jews and non Jews will find a way to express their dismay against this outrageous policy which unintentionally is bound to encourage terrorism against Israel and against European countries".

    SPITZER: "We thought maybe they were going to send him to Germany something else not to Israel but maybe to Germany but not that they were just going to release this man and that this man to day is in Algiers like a free man like he didn't do a thing. This is a criminal and according to International law this man should stand trial, justice should be done, our husbands and the fathers of our children were killed in Munich and this man is just sitting in Algiers, he is a big hero now. What is this supposed to mean?.


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