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Rudolph to Dodge Death Penalty with Plea Deal

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Rudolph to Dodge Death Penalty with Plea Deal

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Rudolph to Dodge Death Penalty with Plea Deal

Rudolph to Dodge Death Penalty with Plea Deal

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Eric Robert Rudolph, who avoided arrest for more than five years despite an intensive manhunt, is expected to plead guilty Wednesday to a deadly bombing at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta and three other attacks Alabama. He will avoid the death penalty.