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Campsite May Be Linked to Olympic Bombing Suspect

The authorities said today that they had discovered a campsite replete with deer hides, wild turkey remains and a high-powered rifle that they believe was the “winter retreat” of Eric R. Rudolph, who is charged with the bombing at the 1996 Olympics and attacks on abortion clinics. The site is perched on a steep hillside, deep in the woods, about 15 miles away from Murphy, N.C., where Mr. Rudolph was arrested on Saturday. “He was living up there, all by himself,” Mayor Bill Hughes of Murphy said. “I have no doubt he was surviving off the land.” Mr. Rudolph, who had been on the run for five years after he was identified as wanted in four bombing attacks, helped the authorities identify the hideout by locating it on a topographical map, Mr. Hughes said. Full Story

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