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View Poll Results: Did Eric Rudolph have help running from the law for the 5 years he was in the wilderness?
Yes 3 50.00%
No 2 33.33%
Maybe 1 16.67%
I don't know 0 0%
I've never heard of Eric Rudolph before 0 0%
Voters: 6. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 12-30-2011, 06:34 PM
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You know who Eric Rudolph is, the Atlanta bomber? Well right after being named as a suspect in the mid-1990's he took off to his local forest in western North Carolina and remained there for 5 full years until his capture by a rookie cop who caught Rudolph searching for food in a dumpster in the local town. So do you think he had help from other people for those 5 years he was a fugitive?

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