The Unabomber: Part 1

The Unabomber: Part 1
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Global Systems FBI Case Study: Ted Kaczynski, the "Unabomber" (by Kieran Ryan and Sydney Music)

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  • Ted Kaczynski, the Unabomber, is a math genius who believes technology is evil and that people should live collectively as an agrarian society. He was an assistant professor at UC Berkeley but subsequently left.
  • After being rejected by his family when trying to re-establish contact, he retreats to his remote cabin in Montana. In the following years, he begins sending letterbombs to universities and airplanes.
  • "Unabomber" Manifesto Published in Newspaper
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  • In total, Kaczynski killed 3 people and injured 23 others among 16 letterbombs sent over nearly two decades.
  • Ted Kaczynski
  • While under the radar in his Montana cabin, Kaczynski wrote a 35,000-word manifesto detailing his eco-anarchist views. He sent this to The New York Times which the news company agreed to publish as long as Kaczynski promised not to carry out more mail bombings.
  • Industrial Society and Its Future The Industrial Revolution and its consequences have been a disaster for the human race . . .
  • After The New York Times publishes Kaczynski's manifesto, his brother, David, recognizes Ted's style of writing and alerts the FBI of his suspicion. 
  • The tip from David Kaczynski was the biggest break in the Unabomber case. The FBI had trouble identifying serial bomber because he was meticulous in his craft and execution. A linguistic analyst positively identified other literature written by Kaczynski that matched his manifesto.
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