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The Hunt for Eric Rudolph

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Eric Rudolph's decision to plead guilty to the 1996 Olympic Park bombing in Atlanta and three other attacks ends a long saga for law-enforcement officers. Rudolph was a fugitive for more than five years. CNN producer Henry Schuster and Charles Stone, former head of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation talk about the chase. They're the authors of the book Hunting Eric Rudolph.

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