Richard Jewell confessed to his criminal defense lawyer in their first meeting.

Suspected by the FBI of planting a murderous bomb during the 1996 Atlanta Olympics and hounded by the global news media, Jewell unburdened his conscience to Atlanta death penalty attorney Jack Martin: “Sir, I haven’t filed my taxes in two years.”

The Suspect. By Kent Alexander and Kevin Salwen.

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