Court documents unsealed today detail government evidence against alleged serial bomber Eric Rudolph. The documents list 15 witnesses who say a 911 caller who warned of an impending bombing at the 1996 Olympics sounded like Rudolph. And his handwriting is said to be very similar to four letters taking credit for other blasts. The evidence also includes fibers found on bombs that match material taken from his truck, and statements from confidants.
Rudolph was taken into custody last Saturday in North Carolina where he long was suspected of living on the lam. He remains jailed in Birmingham, Alabama, where he has pleaded innocent to a 1998 women's center bombing. The blast killed an off-duty police officer and critically injured a nurse.