Build a bomb. Stash it in a backpack. Go to a major sporting event. Drop the bag. Walk away.
It was a simple plan, and it worked. Some people died. Many more were injured. Panic ensued. The president called it "an act of terror." And a wild manhunt was on.
The year was 1996. The terrorist was Eric Robert Rudolph, a carpenter, handyman and extremist who had no training in bomb-making.