Rudolph Pleads Guilty, Admits Little Remorse After confirming plea deals in Georgia and Alabama Wednesday, confessed bomber Eric Rudolph will serve life in prison. Afterward, he said his 1996 attack at the Atlanta Olympics was meant to embarrass the federal government. In reference to a fatal 1998 bombing at an Alabama women's clinic, he said "abortion is murder."
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Rudolph Pleads Guilty, Admits Little Remorse

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Rudolph Pleads Guilty, Admits Little Remorse

Rudolph Pleads Guilty, Admits Little Remorse

Rudolph Pleads Guilty, Admits Little Remorse

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After confirming plea deals in Georgia and Alabama Wednesday, confessed bomber Eric Rudolph will serve life in prison. Afterward, he said his 1996 attack at the Atlanta Olympics was meant to embarrass the federal government. In reference to a fatal 1998 bombing at an Alabama women's clinic, he said "abortion is murder."

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