NBC Evening News for Monday, Apr 08, 1996
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Reports introduced.
(Washington: Pete Williams) How the family of suspect Theodore Kaczynski discovered that he was most likely the Unabomber outlined; details given of Kaczynski's brother's discovery of papers written by his brother that parallelled the Unabomber's manifesto. [Kaczynski family attorney Tony BISCEGLIE - describes the family's discovery and decision to contact the authorities.] [Former FBI agent William TAFOYA - comments.] The probable jurisdiction controversy for the trial noted.
(Helena, MT: David Bloom) Evidence uncovered by federal authorities in the case so far given; details given of hotels Kaczynski stayed in around areas where the package bombs were sent. [Royal Hotel CLERK, bus driver Tom STEHL, sheriff Chuck O'REILLY - comment.]