Kaczynski Trial

Linda talks with NPR's John McChesney at the Sacramento, California trial of Theodore Kaczynski, the man accused of being responsible for the UNABOM attacks. A jury has been selected today in the case. Kaczynski has also been meeting privately with his defense attorneys and Judge Garland Burrell. Similar meetings were held last week. The only public explanation came in a prepared statement on Friday from the judge. He characterized the meetings as involving "matters of attorney-client communications."

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