Eric Robert Rudolph
pleaded guilty in April to four bombings, including the Olympics in Atlanta in 1996, a gay club and a family-planning clinic in Atlanta in 1997, and an abortion clinic in Birmingham, Ala., in 1998. Two people died in the attacks and more than 150 were injured. He'll serve four consecutive life sentences rather than face the death penalty. He also agreed to disclose where he had hidden 250 pounds of dynamite. He was captured in May 2003 in North Carolina after spending five years in hiding.