BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Serial bomber Eric Robert Rudolph filed a hand written appeal to get one of his life sentences thrown out.
Court documents obtained by ABC News, show Rudolph wrote an 11-page motion to the U.S. District Court in the Northern District of Alabama.
Rudolph is serving a life sentence for a bombing a women’s clinic in Birmingham in 1998. He’s asking the court to re-sentence him for time served based on a 2018 U.S. Supreme Court ruling. He wrote “Mr. Rudolph didn’t agree to serve sentence maintained in violation of the U.S. Constitution.”
Rudolph pleaded guilty in 2005 to maliciously damaging a building resulting in death and use of a destructive device.
The attack killed a Birmingham police officer and critically injured a nurse.
Rudolph spent five years on the run after a series of four bombings in Atlanta and Birmingham between 1996 and 1998.
The FBI linked him to the Centennial Olympic Park bombing that killed a woman and injured 111 other people. He also confessed to bombing an abortion clinic in Sandy Springs in January 1997 and the Otherside Lounge in Atlanta in February 1997.
He was arrested in May 2003 in Murphy, North Carolina when he was spotted rummaging for food in a dumpster.