The caller was a white male with an American accent It would take more than a

The caller was a white male with an american accent

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before the bomb was detonated. The caller was a white male with an American accent. It would take more than a pipe bomb to slow down the summer Olympic Games. Officials decided not to cancel the games. The Olympic flag was flown at half-staff and Olympians came together during this tragedy to show unity and declared it was a time for joyous moments despite the tragedy. After the bombing in the Olympic Village, two more bombings took place after the Olympics in Atlanta. One was at an abortion clinic and the other was at a lesbian nightclub. Similarities to the bomb allowed FBI agents to claim the work of the same perpetrator. In 1988, another bombing occurred in Alabama at another abortion clinic. This time killing an off duty police officer. This bombing allowed investigators to discover a partial license plate. This led to the capture of Eric Robert Rudolph. Rudolph was later convicted of the four bombings and sent to prison on a four life count sentence. The bombings were domestic terrorist attacks by Eric Rudolph, who operated alone. Rudolph had his own personal ideology and was anti-government, anti-gay, and anti-abortion. Rudolph was a right wing militant. He was driven by his hatred of abortion and homosexuality.
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Centennial Olympic Bombing 3 Right wing terrorisms aims is at anti-government and wants to overthrow the government.
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  • The Land, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Olympic Games, Summer Olympic Games, Centennial Olympic Park bombing, Eric Robert Rudolph

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