It took 5 years to capture anti-abortion extremist Eric Rudolph and according to victims he taunts them from inside maximum security at the nation's most secure prison. Essays of Rudolph's are winding up on the Army of God website.
Rudolph is responsible for the bombings at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta and a Birmingham abortion clinic. Jeff Lyons, husband of a surviving victim, is concerned his writings may spark off other extremists to use extremist violence as well.
One prosecutor in the case against Rudolph, U.S. Attorney Alice Martin, said "An inmate does not lose his freedom of speech." However there is a process in place that allows wardens to reject mail if it is seen to incite harm against others.