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Rudolph Bombings / Atlanta, Georgia / Park Bombing #800762

CNN Evening News for Monday, Aug 22, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The apology from serial bomber Eric Rudolph at his sentencing for the Olympic Park bombings in Atlanta reported; courtroom sketches shown while his account is quoted. {Note: following sement originally aired April 13, 2005 as part of another Rudolph story}

(Studio: Aaron Brown) The terror in Atlanta on the night of July 27, 1996, in the park at the Olympic Games reviewed; scenes shown from Centennial Park before & after the bomb in a backpack went off. [Park visitors Robert GEE, Fallon STUBBS†, Georgia Bureau of Investigation Tom DAVIS - recount in detail what happened in the park that night.] 911 call replayed.

Brown, Aaron

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