Unabomber Protests Against Log Cabin Display





Kaczynski has written to a panel of senior judges to complain that the public exhibition of his former Montana hideaway infringes the expressed wish of his victims to avoid further publicity.

In a handwritten note sent from prison and obtained by The Smoking Gun website, Kaczynski attacks the US government for releasing the cabin - from where he conducted his mail bombing campaign - to the museum.

The mathematics professor, who is currently serving a life term with no possibility of parole at the high security Florence prison in Colorado, says that he read about the exhibition at Washington DC’s Newseum in an advert in the Washington Post newspaper.

“Since the advertisement states that the cabin is “FROM FBI VAULT”, it is clear that the government is responsible for the public exhibition of the cabin.

“This has obvious relevance to the victims’ objection to publicity connected with the Unabom case”.

The three-page letter was dated July 15 and stamped as received by the appeal court on July 28...


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