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Richard Jewell Ending Explained: What Happened And What Happened After

Jewell and other men were able to clear the perimeter enough to minimize the impact. 111 people were still injured, and two people died: Alice Hawthorne and Melih Uzunyol, a Turkish cameraman who had a heart attack while trying to cover the event. On July 30, 1996, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported the FBI investigation of Jewell as the potential bomber.

From there, Jewell spent nearly three months being questioned, probed, discussed, and hounded by the media–who labeled him guilty without any real evidence.

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