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Rudolph did not fit the FBI bomber definition

Throughout the five-year search for Eric Rudolph, investigators never thought they were looking for an extremist with strong anti-abortion or anti-gay views. They were hunting for a bomber with strong anti-government views who they suspected had arranged some of the bombs to hurt law enforcement when they responded. ”I believe Eric Rudolph is defined first and foremost as a bomber, who used the anti-abortion movement to achieve what he wanted to achieve as a bomber,” says Woody Enderson, a retired FBI agent who once headed the task force assigned to find Rudolph. If Rudolph did bomb the 1996 Summer Olympics, two abortion clinics and a gay nightclub, as the federal government has charged, what tripped him up was a desire to watch the last bomb explode. Full Story

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