Family of woman killed in Olympic bombing files suit

July 1998
Jet;07/20/98, Vol. 94 Issue 8, p13
Reports on a lawsuit filed against securities companies the Atlanta Games organizers and AT&T Corporation by the family of Alice Hawthorne who was killed by a bomb at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta. Claims of John D. Hawthorne Junior and Fallon S. Stubbs; Statements from attorney Gilbert H. Deitch; Information on defendants in the lawsuit.


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