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Stark Self-Portrait of Bombing Suspect Draws Skepticism

Follow the path marked by the little pink flags, through the pine trees with the last drops of rain lingering on their needles. Duck under a fallen oak, across the crunchy forest floor, up over the slippery granite, and keep climbing. And climbing. At this altitude, the swollen river in the valley purrs like a hand cupped over an ear, the trees part and close, somewhere an owl hoots. Finally, there is a clearing. Up here, for the last five years, while federal agents with bloodhounds prowled the valleys below, Eric R. Rudolph lived at a mountaintop camp in complete isolation. At least that is what Mr. Rudolph, the suspect in the Atlanta Olympic bombing in 1996 and a string of other bomb attacks in 1997 and 1998, has told the police. Full Story

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