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RUNNING HEAD: M6A1 LAB VULNERABILITY DISCOVERY ANALYSIS M6A1Matthew BoydExcelsior College
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M6A1 Lab1Domestic Terrorism: A Rebel's Cause?Based upon the various definitions and conceptualizations of terrorism, freedom fighters, nationalists, etc., do you think Eric Rudolph was correctly labeled as a homegrown terrorist by the author? Should he have been labeled as a domestic terrorist? Or, simply a criminal for his illegal acts? Or should he be considered a “rebel” fighting for a worthwhilecause? One thing I know Rudolph shouldn’t be labeled is a “rebel” fighting for a worthwhile cause. He’s far from it. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) who took a role in the transporting Rudolph following his capture by a local police officer in Murphy, North Carolina, a former FBI executive, Chris Swecker, who headed the Charlotte, NC office when the arrest was made, shared behind-the-scenes information about the capture of the Rudolph, and he stated, “He had borrowed ideas from a lot of different places and formed his own personal ideology. He clearly was anti-government and anti-abortion, anti-gay, ‘anti’ a lot of things. The
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  • Winter '18
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation, Centennial Olympic Park bombing, Eric Robert Rudolph, anti-government

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