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  • Harvard and the Making of the Unabomber

    This article takes an in-depth look into the making of the Unabomber. Chase explores Kaczynski's time spent in Harvard and during which time he was also subjected to a series of purposely brutalizing psychological experiments.
  • Tainting Evidence; Inside the Scandals at the FBI Crime Lab

    Tainted Evidence shows, with evidence culled from thousands of pages of FBI memos, lab reports, internal investigations and dozens of interviews, including conversations with lab chemist Frederic Whitehurst, the FBI's first whistleblower, how the FBI lab has compromised the forensic work in some of the biggest cases of the century: the Oklahoma City bombing, the Unabomber case, the O.J. Simpson prosecution and the World Trade Center explosion.
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    What kind of man would spend nearly two decades bombing innocent people he didn't know? In Ted Kaczynski, the Feds believe they have found an eccentric Montana loner who may fit the profile of the notorious Unabomber. Newsweek reports on the longest investigation in FBI history and the eventually capture of Kaczynski. (April 15, 1996)
  • Chasing the Unabomber

    Newsweek reports that "Terror: A portrait of the murderous serial bomber emerges as he lunges for publicity, tweaks the FBI - and remains very much on the lam after 17 years of bizarre attacks."