The Unabomber's Protest Ted Kaczynski sent a three-page letter to the U.S. Court of Appeals complaining that a Newseum exhibit showing his cabin violates the victims' wish to limit further publicity about the case. One of his victims and the director of the museum discuss Kaczynski's protest.
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The Unabomber's Protest

The Unabomber's Protest

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Ted Kaczynski sent a three-page letter to the U.S. Court of Appeals complaining that a Newseum exhibit showing his cabin violates the victims' wish to limit further publicity about the case. One of his victims and the director of the museum discuss Kaczynski's protest.

Guests:

Gary Wright, one of the victims of Ted Kaczynski

Susan Bennet, vice president and deputy director of the Newseum