North Carolina residents sympathetic to Rudolph
MURPHY, N.C. -- Kenny Jane Wade understands the anti-government sentiment that might have led some people here to help feed and shelter serial bomber Eric Rudolph during his years on the lam.
Wade, who owns a cabin near where some of Rudolph's stash of explosives was found this week, said the mistrust has been part of mountain culture since the days of the so-called revenuers -- federal agents who arrested people for making moonshine during Prohibition.
"My grandfather owned ...
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