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The Hunt for Eric Rudolph

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The Hunt for Eric Rudolph

The Hunt for Eric Rudolph

The Hunt for Eric Rudolph

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Eric Rudolph, the man accused of the Centennial Olympic Park bombing in 1996 as well as three other attacks on women's health clinics, is still on the run despite a four-year federal manhunt. He is on the FBI's ten most wanted list with a one-million-dollar reward for information leading to his arrest. Law enforcement officials believe Rudolph is still hiding in the mountains in North Carolina around the town of Andrews. As NPR's Kathy Lohr reports from the Nantahala National Forest, the search has been dramatically scaled back.

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