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  Theodore Kaczynski - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kaczynski's specialty was a branch of complex analysis known as geometric function theory.
In the fall of 1967 Kaczynski was hired as an assistant professor of mathematics at the University of California, Berkeley.
Kaczynski is serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole in ADX Florence, the Federal ADX Supermax prison in Florence, Colorado.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Theodore_Kaczynski   (3550 words)

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Theodore Kaczynski (born May 22, 1942) is an American terrorist who attempted to fight against what he perceived as the evils of technological progress by engaging in an almost eighteen-year-long campaign of sending mail bombs to various people, killing three and wounding 29.
Kaczynski wrote a letter to the New York Times claiming that his "anarchist group" called FC was responsible for the attacks.
Kaczynski's younger brother David recognized Ted's writing style from the published manifesto and notified authorities, who sent officers to arrest Kaczynski on April 3, 1996 at his remote cabin outside Lincoln, Montana.
www.wikiwhat.com /encyclopedia/t/th/theodore_kaczynski.html   (933 words)

 Was Theodore Kaczynski the Zodiac Killer? Part 2
Theodore Kaczynski returned to his family's home in Lombard, Illinois, in the summer of 1969, where he lived while awaiting word from the Canadian government on his land application.
Clearly the implications are (1) that Kaczynski could not or would not have composed those correspondences in the presence of a second party, and (2) he was not in the Bay Area during on the dates of their composition.
In the winter of 1974, Theodore Kaczynski wrote the family a letter to say that he would be away camping for a while and that they should not worry if they did not hear from him.
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 Pysychological Evaluation of Theodore Kaczynski   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Kaczynski describes his motives for writing, to include that he intended to start killing people and that when caught, he was concerned people would perceive him to be a "sickie." His writings were an effort to prevent the facts of his psychology from being misrepresented.
Kaczynski was arrested on 04/03/96 and initially was in custody at the a county jail in Montana.
Kaczynski further indicated that he was aware of these potential conflicts with his attorneys much earlier but had focused with the defense team on the motion to suppress evidence during the first several months of 1997, knowing that should that be successful, the issue of mental illness would not need to be pursued.
paulcooijmans.lunarpages.com /p/essay/unabomber/report.html   (20050 words)

 Make it Easier for Theodore   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Theodore Kaczynski, also known as the Unabomber, evidently tried to kill himself, and is now under 24-hour suicide watch.
Theodore Kaczynski is on trial for killing and maiming innocent people with bombs that he manufactured and mailed.
Burrell indicated that he would order Kaczynski to undergo what his attorneys have said he fears most: a psychiatric evaluation to determine whether the former UC Berkeley mathematics professor is competent to stand trial, a process that could take weeks with the jury waiting to be seated.
www.pacificnet.net /jue/idontknow/kaczynski980109.html   (1335 words)

 UCLA Today: Theodore Kaczynski
BY STUART A. Why would someone prefer to die than be diagnosed as mentally ill? This choice, apparently made by Unabomber suspect Theodore Kaczynski in his adamant and dramatic refusal to allow his attorneys to introduce a diagnosis of mental illness in their effort to save him from the death penalty, seems inexplicable.
Kaczynski might rather be dead than diagnosed and sent to a psychiatric institution for the rest of his life.
Whether or not Kaczynski is mentally ill, his apparent choice of death over diagnosis presents a desperate plea to be accepted as a competent human being and a challenge to the conventional uses of psychiatry, which often interposes itself in matters of crime and punishment.
www.today.ucla.edu /1998/980126KACZYNSK.html   (466 words)

 Theodore J. Kaczynski Found Mentally Competent for Trial
Theodore J. Kaczynski is mentally competent to stand trial, prosecutors and defense attorneys said Tuesday, putting the case back on track for opening statements Thursday after a tumultuous two weeks.
Kaczynski, who has fought with his current attorneys over their intent to introduce a limited mental health defense, two weeks ago requested that he be allowed to represent himself instead.
Kaczynski, who faces charges that he killed two people and maimed two others during a decades-long bombing spree against technological society, brought his trial to a halt two weeks ago when he refused to continue with his current lawyers.
www-tech.mit.edu /V117/N67/bomb.67w.html   (754 words)

 #283: 06-18-96: 06-18-96 - Theodore Kaczynski Indicted in Sacramento   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
KACZYNSKI currently is being held in the District of Montana, where he was arrested on a criminal complaint charging him with possession of bomb components in that district.
For these alleged acts, KACZYNSKI is charged with three counts of: transporting an explosive device with intent to kill or injure (18 U.S.C. 844(d)), mailing an explosive device with intent to kill or injure (18 U.S.C. 1716), and using a destructive device in relation to a crime of violence (18 U.S.C. 924(c)).
For each of these alleged bombings, KACZYNSKI is charged with three counts of: transporting an explosive with intent to kill or injure (18 U.S.C. 844(d)), mailing an explosive device with intent to kill or injure (18 U.S.C. 1716), and using a destructive device in relation to a crime of violence (18 U.S.C. 924(c)).
www.usdoj.gov /criminal/press_room/press_releases/1996_3208_Theodore_Kaczynski_Indicted_in_Sacramento.htm   (836 words)

 Interview with Ted Kaczynski
Kaczynski says he began an intensive study of how to identify wild edible plants, track animals and replicate primitive technologies, approaching the task like the scholar he was.
Kaczynski lamented never being able to accomplish three things to his satisfaction: building a crossbow that he could use for hunting, making a good pair of deerhide moccasins that would withstand the daily hikes he took on the rocky hillsides, and learning how to make fire consistently without using matches.
Kaczynski wanted to talk about every aspect of the techno-industrial system in detail, and further, about why and how we should be working towards bringing about its demise.
www.primitivism.com /kaczynski.htm   (2761 words)

 Court TV Online - The Unabomber
From tests, interviews with Kaczynski and those who knew him, and studying Kaczynski's journals which document over 40 years of his life, Johnson concluded in a January 1998 report that the Unabomber had characteristic signs of schizophrenia, but also said he was competent to stand trial.
Kaczynski eventually pleaded guilty to 13 counts of bombing and murder and is now serving several consecutive life sentences.
Kaczynski felt his parents emotionally abused him and constantly sought an apology, but none of their apologies were "viewed as sincere or acceptable."
www.courttv.com /trials/unabomber   (725 words)

Kaczynski told the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that he felt pressured to plead guilty to avoid being portrayed as mentally ill by his defense attorneys.
Kaczynski says in the book that instead of turning him in, his brother should have sent him a message threatening to expose him.
Kaczynski, 55, was scheduled to begin seven days of court-ordered mental exams, but his defense team said in a conference call with U.S. District Judge Garland Burrell Jr.
www.mayhem.net /Crime/unabomber.html   (6934 words)

 BBC ON THIS DAY | 3 | 1996: 'Unabomber' suspect arrested
Theodore Kaczynski, 53, formerly taught mathematics at the University of California at Berkeley.
Mr Kaczynski gave up his promising academic career in the early 1970s and moved to a tiny, primitive shack in a remote area on the edge of the Lolo National Forest in Montana.
A tip-off from members of Theodore Kaczynski's own family is said to have led to his arrest.
news.bbc.co.uk /onthisday/hi/dates/stories/april/3/newsid_2460000/2460423.stm   (400 words)

 In the fall of 1958 Theodore Kaczynski
Kaczynski told me that the Henry A. Murray Research Center of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, although it released some raw data about him to his attorneys, had refused to share information about the Murray team's analysis of that data.
In her evaluation Johnson wrote that Kaczynski "has intertwined his two belief systems, that society is bad and he should rebel against it, and his intense anger at his family for his perceived injustices." The Unabomber was created when these two belief systems converged.
Kaczynski's defense team convinced the media and the public that Kaczynski was crazy, even in the absence of credible evidence...
www.steelhorsemag.com /harvard.htm   (10077 words)

 Serial Killer Ted Kaczynski Unabomber
Kaczynski was a highly intelligent but socially withdrawn young man who went into rapid decline due to paranoid schizophrenia.
From brilliant student and professor to anti-technology recluse and Unabomber: the story of Theodore Kaczynski and the nation's longest, most expensive hunt for a serial killer.
Kaczynski contends federal prosecutors ignored repeated requests for the return of property seized in April 1996.
www.karisable.com /skazunab.htm   (879 words)

 Wikinfo | Theodore Kaczynski   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Born in Chicago, Ted Kaczynski was extremely gifted as a child.
He went to Harvard College at the age of 16, received a Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, and held a position as assistant professor at the University of California, Berkeley from 1967 to 1969.
As of 2004, Kaczynski was serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole in the Supermax prison in Florence, Colorado.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Theodore_Kaczynski   (1081 words)

 BBC News | Unabomber | Profile: Theodore Kaczynski
Theodore Kaczynski, the alleged Unabomber, is now an infamous figure in the United States, but little is known about him.
Ted Kaczynski was born on May 22, 1942, and grew up in Evergreen Park, a working-class suburb of Chicago.
The same year, Mr Kaczynski worked as an assistant professor of mathematics at the University of California at Berkeley, where he was widely recognised as a teacher likely to get tenure.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/special_report/unabomber/30008.stm   (234 words)

 Writings of Theodore J. Kaczynski   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Whether he is a clever and calculating murderer, a victim of mental illness, a visionary revolutionist as suggested by one visitor to this site, or perhaps all or none of the above, is not for me to judge.
Kaczynski, T.J. On a boundary property of continuous functions.
Kaczynski, T.J. The set of curvilinear convergence of a continuous function defined in the interior of a cube.
www.rpi.edu /~bulloj/tjk/tjk.html   (270 words)

 ”Theodore Kaczynski, The Unabomber--More Than Schizophrenic”
Kaczynski was arrested April 3, 1996 without incident at his Thoreau-like cabin in the woods outside of Lincoln, Montana.
Kaczynski projects (Asc) as bright (he skipped two grades in school, was a National Merit finalist, and was accepted at Harvard with scholarship at age 16), independent and innovative (uranus Angular and ruling a 3rd house) and as a law unto himself (sun/Asc and uranus/Asc).
Kaczynski’s 4th chart shows--as was the case with Vivienne when her parents left her with a baby-sitter while they went to Europe for six weeks--severe progressed affliction, that is, new mars and saturn on Angles.
www.angelfire.com /sd/binah/unabomber.html   (10261 words)

 Salon | Newsreal: How mad was Ted Kaczynski?
Kaczynski, 55, faces federal charges relating to four of the 16 Unabomber attacks which occurred from 1979 to 1995.
The former maths professor has pleaded not guilty on all counts, but in light of the evidence against him, speculation has turned less on his guilt or innocence than on why he did it, and whether he will ultimately plead insanity.
Kaczynski's writings suggest that he saw technology as responsible for preventing mankind from being truly free -- like he was getting revenge on anyone associated with technology for screwing things up.
www.salon.com /news/1997/11/14news.html   (808 words)

 CNN - Attorneys in Unabomber case wrangle over evidence - Nov. 18, 1996
Kaczynski's defense attorneys are trying to get all the evidence seized in the cabin thrown out.
Later this week, attorneys will be back in court to give the judge a status report on the process of building their cases.
In June, Kaczynski pleaded innocent to a 10-count federal indictment in connection with four of the 16 bombings.
www.cnn.com /US/9611/18/kaczynski.hearing/index.html   (241 words)

 Court TV Casefiles: Unabomber   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Here's the October 1, 1996 indictment of Theodore Kaczynski in connection with the mail bombing death of Thomas Mosser, a New Jersey advertising executive, linked to the Unabomber.
This April 3, 1996 affidavit by FBI agent Terry D. Turchie, which includes a description of evidence that led the government to suspect that Theodore John Kaczynski was the Unabomber, was submitted in support of the government's request for a warrant to search Kaczynski's Montana cabin.
Theodore Kaczynski's lawyers moved to have their client's property returned and to permanently enjoin the government from proceeding to a grand jury for an indictment.
www.courttv.com /archive/casefiles/unabomber/documents   (201 words)

 Theodore Kaczynski,
Kaczynski eluded the F.B.I. for 17 years, during which time he orchestrated 16 explosions that killed three people and injured 23 others.
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www.infoplease.com /ipa/A0767295.html   (203 words)

 Events in Kaczynski's life
May 22, 1942: Theodore John Kaczynski, born in Chicago suburb of Evergreen Park, Ill., to Wanda and Theodore R. Kaczynski, a sausage maker.
Spring 1962: Kaczynski graduates from Harvard University, then goes on to master's and doctorate in math from the University of Michigan.
1978: Kaczynski, after trying to reestablish contact with his family in the Chicago area, is fired by his brother for harassing a female employee at the factory where they work.
www.unabombertrial.com /archive/1998/012298.06.html   (262 words)

 Ted Kaczynski: The Unabomber
He’s Unabomber Ted Kaczynski — one of society’s most obnoxious.
He was born Theodore John Kaczynski in Chicago, on the 22nd of May 1942.
His mother Wanda was widowed in 1990 when her husband Richard learned he had terminal cancer and took his own life.
www.crimelibrary.com /terrorists/unabomber   (550 words)

 www.unabombertrial.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Major events in the life of Theodore Kaczynski
A look back at significant developments in Kaczynski's trial
What Kaczynski and his victims had to say
www.unabombertrial.com   (25 words)

He is charged with murder by mail-bomb of an advertising executive in New Jersey.
www.npr.org /templates/story/story.php?storyId=1030448   (103 words)

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