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Unabomber Case / Investigation #611847

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 10, 1996
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(Washington: Tom Brokaw) Reports introduced.

(Helena, MT: David Bloom) The continuing FBI investigation of Unabomber suspect Theodore's Kaczynski's cabin in Montana featured; details given of the live bomb found in the cabin and the warning to timber executives who were on Kaczynski's list. [Independent Forest Products David FORD - says the FBI told them to be vigilant.] [Northwest Forestry Association Jim GIESINGER - comments on victim Gilbert Murray and the Unabomber.]

(Washington: Pete Williams) Letters from Kaczynski that were sent to his friends in Mexico examined; details given. [Real estate agent Ray TERELL, Rosa SANCHEZ (thru translator) - comment.] [Former store owner Joe VISOCAN - comments on his letter.]

Bloom, David;
Brokaw, Tom;
Williams, Pete

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