Richard Jewell’s name will be linked indelibly to the 1996 Centennial Olympic Park bombing — first as a hero, then as a suspect hounded by federal investigators and the media and finally, years later, as a hero once more.

Jewell, the part-time security guard who discovered the deadly bomb secreted in a backpack under a park bench during the Olympics, died Wednesday. He was 44.

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