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Nurse Expects Charges for Helping Rudolph-Report

A nurse opposed to abortions who worked at a North Carolina hospital expects to be charged with helping accused serial bomber Eric Rudolph evade capture, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported on Sunday. The paper quoted Brenda Kay Phillips, 44, as saying in an interview that she could not discuss details of the Rudolph case “because the federal government is talking about going for an indictment for helping him.” Phillips spoke to the newspaper in the North Carolina jail where she is awaiting trial on unrelated charges of firing a shotgun into an abortion clinic. After her arrest in February, Phillips told FBI agents she had helped Rudolph evade the manhunt for him, but the agency said at the time it lent little credence to her assertion. Full Story

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