Unabomber Trial

— NPR's Richard Gonzales previews arguments today in Sacramento, California, regarding what evidence will be allowed in another bombing trial: that of accused Unabomber Theodore Kaczynski (kuh-ZIN-skee). Kaczynski is scheduled to stand trial in November on charges that he carried out four bombings, including two in Sacramento that killed two people. Federal prosecutors want to introduce evidence gathered at Kaczynski's cabin in Montana that links him to additional bombings.

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