Olympics Officer Unfairly Suspected in 1996 Bombing Dies
- Justice department. // Current Events;11/18/96, Vol. 96 Issue 11, p3
Presents a cartoon illustrating the false accusation against Richard Jewell for bombing the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia.
- Jewell sues WKLS-FM. // Electronic Media;01/02/97, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p22
Reports that Richard Jewell, the security guard dismissed as a suspect in the Olympic Park bombing, filed a lawsuit against WKLS-FM radio station.
- The FBI bombs out. // Advocate;02/18/97, Issue 727, p13
Presents information on rumors which indicate that former prime suspect in the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, Richard Jewell, is gay. Accusations against the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); Statement from attorney Jack Martin; Reference to an article in the February issue of...
- Richard Jewell. Schwarz, Michael // People;12/30/96, Vol. 46 Issue 27, p62
Profiles Richard Jewell. Why he was considered a suspect in the 1996 Summer Olympics bombing; Jewell's winning a cash settlement from the NBC television network for Tom Brokaw implying his guilt on-air; `People' magazine naming him one of the 25 most intriguing people of 1996.
- Payback of the week. August, Melissa; Horowitz, Janice M. // Time;2/10/1997, Vol. 149 Issue 6, p19
Presents an artist's rendition of Richard Jewell and compares him to the biblical figure David for his lawsuits against an Atlanta newspaper and CNN. Details about his book deal and movie rights to his story.
- Now, fame's a little sweeter. Seligmann, Jean // Newsweek;1/13/1997, Vol. 129 Issue 2, p66
Reports that Richard Jewell described to `Vanity Fair' magazine his experience as the prime suspect in the July 1996 Olympic Park bombing. Jewell's activities while under Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) surveillance; Jewell's reported settlement from NBC.
- Jewell in the Rough. Jewell, Richard // Indianapolis Monthly;Jul2001, Vol. 24 Issue 13, p26
Focuses on a plan to honor Richard Jewell as the grand marshal of the annual Fourth of July celebration in Carmel, Indiana. Jewell's discovery of a suspicious backpack with a bomb inside during the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia; Transformation from a hero to villain; Recognition of...
- Lodging today. // Lodging Hospitality;Apr97, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p12
Presents a photograph of Intirion's MicroFridge brand of microwave ovens and refrigerator following the media attention given to Richard Jewell who was photographed with the brand logo after his arrest as a suspect in the bombing of the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games in Georgia.
- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. // Charms that Soothe: Classical Music & the Narrative Film;2003, preceding p1
People that the author would like to thank for their assistance in the creation of his book are mentioned.