For three days after the 1996 Centennial Olympic Park bombing, securityguard Richard Jewell basked in the spotlight as a hero, participatingin numerous television and newspaper interviews.

Whether Jewell was a private individual as he described how he spotteda knapsack containing the fatal bomb or whether those interviews transformedhim into a public figure is scheduled to be argued Monday in Fulton StateCourt.

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