Eric Rudolph, North Carolina's most famous terrorist, could be sentenced to life in prison without parole on Monday in Atlanta.
Rudolph will face his punishment for the deadly 1996 Olympics bombing and two other blasts in the Georgia city. Rudolph dodged the death penalty because federal prosecutors made a deal in exchange for revealing the location of more than 250 pounds of stolen dynamite. Rudolph had buried the dynamite in the western North Carolina forests.
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