Rudolph: I would do anything to take it back
ATLANTA -- Nearly nine years after setting off the bomb that devastated the 1996 Summer Olympics, Eric Rudolph was sentenced to four life terms in prison Monday at a hearing in which victims described him as a cowardly terrorist.
"Like other small men who act as you have acted, you have a Napoleonic complex and need to compensate for what you lack," said John Hawthorne, whose wife died in the Olympics bombing. "Little person, big bomb. But you are still a small man."
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