Eric Rudolph, the Western North Carolina-based terrorist who became one of the FBI’s most-wanted suspects after a string of bombings in the 1990s, is giving away his version of his life story. His self-published autobiography, which was briefly for sale earlier this year, is now freely available online.
On Dec. 17, the Virginia-based Army of God, a radical anti-abortion group that has served as Rudolph’s conduit to the outside world since he was sentenced to life in prison in 2005, posted Rudolph’s book, “Between the Lines of Drift: Memoirs of a Militant,” on its website.
In the 248-page work, Rudolph detailed key stages of his life and the bombings he conducted in Atlanta and Birmingham. He also described his years on the run, in a kind of survivalist tutorial. He explained how he stole explosives from an Ashevillearea business to wreak havoc elsewhere.