FBI Agent Terry Turchie, who supervised the UNABOM federal task force, tells and shows what agents encountered upon discovering Ted Kaczynski’s cabin in the Montana wilderness.
An overview of the Unabomber case, with experts and newspeople discussing how the FBI and media worked together.
FBI agent Terry Turchie says that Unabomber Theodore Kaczynski was a true loner and ingenious at leaving no traces.
FBI historian John Fox says the press frequently plays an important role in getting information out to the public that aids the resolution of a case.
Arthur Sulzberger Jr., chairman and publisher, The New York Times Co., says that although the Unabomber was a murderer and a mystery, the FBI thought he was a man of his word.
FBI behavioral expert Dr. Kathleen Puckett says that Theodore Kaczynski was deeply bothered by his social isolation.
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