Eric Rudolph Sent to Colorado's Supermax
Bump and Update: It's official. Convicted bomber Eric Rudolph will be serving out his life sentence at Florence, Colorado's Supermax.
Jim Cavanaugh of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives in Birmingham, Ala., said Thursday Rudolph would be held on the "bomber's row" at Supermax, which holds Nichols, Kaczynski and other convicted bombers.
Eric Rudolph pleaded guilty today to bombing an abortion clinic in exchange for two life sentences. He was not remorseful, and said the Government could "just barely" prove its case. He didn't speak much but he did express praise for his attorneys.
When asked by the judge whether he had set off the bomb in Birmingham, Mr. Rudolph responded, "I certainly did, your honor." But he also volunteered that the government could "just barely" prove its case against him, and that his lawyers were "very, very good, superlative attorneys."
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