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Rudolph to Plead Guilty in Bombing Attacks

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Rudolph to Plead Guilty in Bombing Attacks

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Rudolph to Plead Guilty in Bombing Attacks

Rudolph to Plead Guilty in Bombing Attacks

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Eric Rudolph will plead guilty to a deadly bombing during the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics, as well as three other attacks. In return, Rudolph will be sentenced to four life terms. He avoids the possibility of a death penalty.

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