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Montana / Unabomber Case / Kaczynski #368795

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Apr 11, 1996
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(Studio: Paula Zahn) Reports introduced.

(Helena, MT: Bill Whitaker) Further investigation into the background of Unabomber suspect Theodore Kaczynski examined; scenes shown of the Montana area in which he lived. The FBI's investigation into the 1978 incident at an Addison, Illinois, manufacturing plant noted; details given of Kaczynski's relationship there with a female co-worker, who spurned him. [NEIGHBORS - tell of Kaczynski's capture by FBI posing as Forest Service agents.] [Sheriff Chuck O'REILLY - tells of Kaczynski's actions while in jail.] [Friend Jose SANCHEZ (thru translator) - comments.]

Whitaker, Bill;
Zahn, Paula

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