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Topic - Robert Tribeck
Mr. Tribeck noted that Mr. Freeh was in charge of the FBI investigation into a pipe bombing at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games that led to a local security guard, Richard Jewell, being subjected to intense negative media coverage after being named a person of interest.
"I'm not a conspiracy theorist," said Mr. Tribeck. "But I do corporate law for a living, [the Freeh report] reads like something a first-year law student would have written."