posted on Jan, 6 2013 @ 07:47 AM
Came across a interesting article that adds to a piece of history of what was really going on behind closed doors.
About Willi Voss:
Willi Voss started as a petty criminal in Germany's industrial Ruhr Valley. Before long, though, he found himself helping the PLO, even playing a
minor role in the 1972 Munich Olympics attack. He went on to become a valuable CIA informant, and has now written a book about his life in the
shadows. By SPIEGEL Staff
What he had done:
In the summer of 1975, Willi Voss was left with few alternatives: prison, suicide or betrayal. He chose betrayal. After all, he had just been
betrayed by the two men whom he had trusted, and whose struggle had forced him to lead a clandestine existence. It was Palestinian leader Yasser
Arafat's closest advisers who had used him and jeopardized his life: Abu Daoud, the mastermind behind the terror attack on Israeli athletes at the
1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, and Abu Iyad, head of the PLO intelligence service Razd.
More of the story read here -
I do possibly think he was blackmailed by the CIA to work along with them during the time..