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The Unabomber. A Harvard graduate, cum Berkeley professor of mathematics, who became a hermit in Montana, from which he sent mail bombs to various representatives of what he perceived as an excessively high-tech society—causing 3 deaths and 23 injuries—before being caught, convicted and handed multiple life sentences to be served in federal prison
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"We like to think that anyone who kills others is somehow mentally ill," said Phillip Resnick, who served as a forensic psychiatrist in cases including Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh and Unabomber Ted Kaczynski. "But you have to remember, people kill for all sorts of reasons.
Guzman, 62, was sentenced on Wednesday in New York to spend the rest of his life in the supermax 'Alcatraz of the Rockies,' where he will join other high-profile prisoners like Unabomber Ted Kaczynski and Boston marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
may 22, 1942 Ted Kaczynski, the American former mathematics professor turned anarchist and terrorist known as the Unabomber, was born.
1998 - Federal judge in Sacramento, California, gives "Unabomber" Ted Kaczynski four life sentences plus 30 years after he accepts a plea deal sparing him from death penalty.
It is now known that right-wing extremists almost always have technical training.The famous Ted Kaczynski aka the UNABomber was a mathematics genius.
While political leanings of the case might not play a major role in decoding the motivation of bomber, it could lead the authorities to take a better look at the individuals who made threats on social media against the targets, Mary Ellen O'Toole who profiled Ted Kaczynski, the Unabomber, for the FBI, said.
While, hot on the heels of the global success of Harley and the Davidsons, comes a new scripted anthology series calledManhunt: Unabomber which tracks how FBI agent Jim "Fitz" Fitzgerald brought down Ted Kaczynski, the "Unabomber," through his pioneering work in forensic linguistics.
(Unabomber Ted Kaczynski wore a hoodie in his FBI wanted poster.) The hoodie's defiant image made it a natural fit for hip-hop (Tupac Shakur), yet it could also symbolize racial oppression (Trayvon Martin).
Ted Kaczynski, the "Unabomber," was turned in by his family.
While many of the objects were replicas of the work of familiar art-world names (including those of the very friends to which some of the objects are dedicated), others were culled from a cadre of self-and societally proclaimed loners, including outsider artists such as Henry Darger, Miroslav Tichy, and Bill Traylor, as well as political dissidents, reformers, and malcontents ranging from the abolitionist John Brown to Unabomber Ted Kaczynski. The largest example of the last--a silk-screened piece dedicated to Linklater, featuring a blown-up passage championing vigilant attunement to the sensory, from the original manuscript of Walden, in Henry Thoreau's undulating scrawl--rested in the interstitial area between gallery and bookstore.