Kaczynski Journal

Theodore Kaczynski, the man accused of being the Unabomber, kept a diary in his Montana cabin that detailed 16 bombings attributed to the terrorist, according to assistant U.S. attorney Robert Cleary. Cleary discussed the journals during a pretrial hearing in court in Sacramento today. Linda talks with NPR's Howard Berkes and reporter Bill Rickman of member station KXJZ in Sacramento about what this means for the case.



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