This summer is the 10th anniversary of what became the most famous case of Paul S. Kish’s 21-year career as a federal criminal defense attorney — the Atlanta Olympic Games bombing.
His client, Eric R. Rudolph, confessed to the bombing last year and is now serving a life sentence at the federal Supermax facility in Florence, Colo.
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