PLED GUILTY. ERIC RUDOLPH, 38, to the 1996 bombing at the Atlanta Olympics and attacks on abortion clinics and a gay club in Atlanta and Birmingham, Alabama, which in total killed two people and injured 150; as part of a deal to serve four life sentences instead of face execution; in Atlanta and Birmingham. Rudolph, who was caught in May 2003 after having spent five years hiding in the North Carolinian woods, also disclosed the location of more than 110 kilos of dynamite he had hidden there. His primary motivation, he wrote in a rambling and unrepentant manifesto released after his...

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