Eric Robert Rudolph: his supporters and his detractors
- Commentary: The Capture of Eric Rudolph June 3, 2003 - Mike Bray's somewhat garbled, but mostly enthusiastic endorsement of Rudolph. "The cased of Eric Rudolph is a tragic one. Assuming the government has found its man, we say that in bombing abortuaries, he did well; in bombing sodomite bars, his righteous disdain for sodomy was intemperate; in bombing the Olympic Park, he committed murder. But all tolled, his righteousness exceeds that of most the civil and church authorities this innocent blood-soaked land."
- Is Rudolph Targeted For Hit? June 3, 2003 - Neal Horsley studies newspaper photos of Eric Rudolph being moved. In these, he finds "evidence" that the feds will permit their prisoner to be assassinated, just like Lee Harvey Oswald.
- Eric Rudolph v Flip Benham Robert Ferguson of the Army of God defends Eric Rudolph's choice of defense attorneys, which Flip Benham had criticized.
Opposition to Rudolph
- The Capture of Eric Rudolph A Special Report from the Covenant News.
- Abortion fight doesn’t include violence July 19, 2003 - Lianna Karlin, President of Montana Right to Life says: "To condemn everyone in the Pro-Life movement because of the actions of one such as Eric Rudolph is unreasonable, just as it is unreasonable to condemn all Germans for the acts of Hitler or all Iraqis for the acts of Saddam Hussein or all the people in Billings or Wyoming for the acts of a few."
- Eric Rudolph Slept Here September, 2003 - Outdoor writer Bruce Barcott is convinced that Rudolph was not the accomplished survivalist that he claimed to be.
- Survivalist scoffs at Rudolph's claims June 24, 2003 - The head of a nationally known survivalist school has examined the two campsites that Rudolph revealed to investigators. The expert concludes that Rudolph must have had help to survive. "He's no different than a homeless person living in Central Park and pilfering garbage cans."
- Key dates in the hunt for Rudolph June 15, 2003 - A timeline extending from the Olympic Park Bombing on July 27, 1996 through the date of his capture on May 31, 2003.
- Homegrown Extremism June 15, 2003 - "Eric Rudolph's arrest -- after he eluded manhunts for five years -- was the latest in a series of developments that have demoralized racist and anti-government extremist groups in the United States."
- Arrest closes violent period June 2, 2003 - "The arrest of Eric Rudolph begins the final chapter in a period of violence against abortion providers that has subsided since the 1990s." "Eric Rudolph and his ilk have done more to set back the pro-life movement than any other single element," says the President of LifeWatch, a United Methodist Church prolife group.
- Arrest of Accused Olympic Park Bomber Sparks Debate on 'Christian Terrorism' June 5, 2003 - Voice of America News says "The recent capture of the man believed responsible for the 1996 Olympic Park bombing in Atlanta is an important reminder that 'Christian Terrorism' was in the United States long before its Islamic counterpart was unleashed on New York and Washington, DC."
- Abortion foe no fan of Rudolph Minzor Chadwick was present as a sidewalk counselor the morning that Rudolph bombed the New Woman All Women clinic in Birmingham, Alabama. He believes Rudolph is a murderer. "His mind is messed up. People do things in the name of God that are opposite of what God wants."
- PublicEye.org's web page on Eric Rudolph, covering these topics: Christian Identity, Leaderless Resistance, Right-Wing Terrorism, Rudolph and the Army of God, The Army of God and abortion violence, Phineas Priesthood.
- Rudolph Is No Lone Nut June 3, 2003 - Earl Ofari Hutchinson challenges the idea that a string of extremist bombings is the work of unconnected individuals. "The legion of publications and websites, and in a few places radio stations, of the so-called anti-government activists read and sound like a who's who of white supremacy."
- 'Radical right' takes another hit June 3, 2003 - "Eric Robert Rudolph is only the latest high-profile figure on the far right to lose his freedom or his life."
- Feminists Applaud Capture of Anti-Abortion Terrorist Eric Rudolph May 31, 2003 - "Women's rights activists and abortion providers across the country are breathing a sigh of relief today with the capture of Eric Rudolph."
- Rudolph's No Hero In a letter to the editor of Covenant News, a prolifer denounces Rudolph's methods: "Reportedly, Rudolph is the product of the racist, anti-Semitic Christian Identity movement. They created him; let him be their poster-boy. Let them try to justify bombs built for indiscriminant maiming and killing."