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Most Wanted Extremist, Eric Rudolph, Caught
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Olympic bomber and Christian Identity extremist Eric Rudolph finally arrested on Saturday after evading the FBI for over five years. Charged with four bombings that injured over one hundred people and killed two, Rudolph was the FBI’s on most wanted list and focus of an extensive and expensive manhunt.

Some in the region cheered his ability to avoid being captured. Rudolph’s trial began today in Birmingham Alabama.

Guests:

Cynthia Lewis, professor of English at Davidson College and author of “Mystery Man, What Ever Happened to the Search for Eric Randolph”

Brian Levin, Esq. Professor of Criminal Justice & Director, Center on Hate & Extremism, California State University, San Bernardino

Randall Kennedy, On Point news analyst and professor of law at Harvard Law School

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