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    The next bombings that he had committed was on in Atlanta at an abortion clinic (January, 16, 1967). Another bombing was at a lesbian bar (the other side lounge) which was in Atlanta and ended up killing three people. Rudolph bombs were dangerous and unstable they were made out of dynamite that were surrounded by nails. He stated that he never wanted to hurt anyone but he knew if he wanted to accomplish his goals, the violence had to happen. His family had agreed with his crazy ideals. Rudolph was suspected by two witnesses, which saw a man leave suspiciously into a truck where his license plate was caught and handed to the police. This later on caused him to become the main suspect of the bombings. The FBI put Rudolph into the top 10 most wanted list, and the reward for capturing him was 1 million…

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    The Oklahoma City Bombing happened on April 19, 1995. This terrorist attack was the worst terrorist attack to happen before 9/11. The truck was packed with 4,800-pounds of explosives which consisted of diesel-fuel and fertilizer (ammonium nitrate). The bomb was detonated on April 19, 1995 just outside Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City shortly after 9am (Nacos, 2016). This catastrophic blast killed one hundred sixty-eight people and injured hundreds more (Nacos,…

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    examples of notable Domestic Terrorism groups would be Alpha 66 and Omega 7. These groups carried out various satirical acts including bombings. The people who carried out these attacks were of Cuban origin, and not necessarily U.S. citizens. During one of these attacks, a news director for WQBA radio in Miami was leaving the studio and as he started his car, a bomb exploded in the engine, leaving him amputated from the waist down. The apparent cause of the bombing of Emilio Milian was because…

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    In 1995, Timothy McVeigh killed 168 people and injured more than 500 when he attacked a Federal Building in Oklahoma City (Donohoe). Eric Rudolph Church is known for being the worst anti-abortion terrorist in the U.S.; he led many bombing attempts in the south. Most notably he led attacks on an abortion clinic in Birmingham, Alabama and the bomb attack at Centennial Park in Atlanta Georgia during the 1996 Olympics. There have been so many more attacks on American soil and overseas some include…

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