Did they ever catch the 1996 Olympic bomber?

Was Eric Rudolph ever caught?

For five years, Rudolph was listed as one of the FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitives until he was caught in 2003.

Eric Rudolph
Number 454th fugitive

How much did Richard Jewell settle for?

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.

How did Eric Rudolph survive?

Instead of retreating into the deep mountains or urban anonymity, he stayed in a “comfort zone” at the edge of society. Experts say that choice shows Rudolph’s limits as a survivalist, but also a distaste for total isolation and, perhaps, a need to stay close to a network of conspirators.

When was Richard Jewell cleared?

Jewell was cleared as a suspect after 88 days of public scrutiny.

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

Who was Richard Jewell’s wife?

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.

Where was the bomb in Centennial Park?

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