Who set the Atlanta Olympic bomb?

Did Richard Jewell get compensation?

In December 1996, NBC negotiated a settlement with Jewell for a reported $500,000. CNN and ABC settled, too, as did Piedmont College, which Jewell had sued for allegedly supplying false information.

Did Richard Jewell plant the Olympic bomb?

While working as a security guard at the Olympic Park, Jewell discovered a backpack containing three pipe bombs on the park grounds.

Richard Jewell
Died August 29, 2007 (aged 44) Woodbury, Georgia, U.S.
Occupation Security guard Police officer Deputy Sheriff

Where was Eric Rudolph from?

How did Eric Rudolph avoid the death penalty?

Eric Rudolph agrees to plead guilty to a series of bombings, including the fatal bombing at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, in order to avoid the death penalty. He later cited his anti-abortion and anti-homosexual views as motivation for the bombings.

What countries were not invited to the 1948 Olympics?

Germany and Japan were not invited to participate in the games; the Soviet Union was invited but chose not to send any athletes, sending observers instead to prepare for the 1952 Olympics.

Is Kathy Scruggs a real person?

Kathy Scruggs, who died in 2001, was working at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution when she broke a story that the FBI was investigating security guard Richard Jewell for the bombing in Centennial Olympic Park during the 1996 Olympics.

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Who was Richard Jewell’s wife?