Who was Ted Kaczynski? Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Death by Suicide | REPORT


Ted Kaczynski Wiki – Ted Kaczynski Biography

Ted Kaczynski, 81, the famous Unabomber who was discovered dead in his jail cell on Saturday, is presumed to have committed suicide, according to a report.

Kaczynski, 81, had been in prison for four years for an attack that lasted decades and left three people dead and nearly two twelve others injured as a result of 16 bombs made by him. Although officials at the National Medical Prison in Butner, North Carolina, did not release the cause of his death, multiple sources told The New York Times that he committed suicide. However, the statement did not specify how he could have done so, but authorities said he was found unresponsive in his cell.

The Chicago native, who was educated at Harvard and UC-Berkeley before becoming a hermit and living in a cabin in Montana, had been in a maximum security prison in Colorado but was moved to a medical facility in North Carolina in December 2021 due to ill health. He left his first explosive in 1978 at a Chicago university, putting the name of Northwestern University engineering professor Buckley Crist Jr. as the sender. I never knew the guy, I never met him and I have no idea why he involved me,” Crist told The Post Saturday of Kaczynski.

However, in the decades since Kaczynski’s capture in 1996, a new generation has begun to venerate him for his anti-technology speech, dubbing him “Uncle Ted.” The phrase “Uncle Ted” trended short on Twitter as news of Kaczynski’s death spread.

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Ted Kaczynski was 81 years old.

Unabomber found dead in a US jail cell

In 2021, Kaczynski was moved to a federal medical center in North Carolina, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons. He had been held at Supermax in Florence, Colorado, before he was transferred to FMC Butner on December 14, 2021.

Portrayed by prosecutors as a vengeful loner, Kaczynski published a 30,000-word treatise that became known as the Unabomber Manifesto. In the document, Kaczynski claimed a moral high ground for his deadly campaign, justifying the attacks in the name of preserving humanity and nature from the onslaught of technology and exploitation. “I believe in nothing,” wrote Kaczynski. “I don’t believe in the cult of nature or wilderness worshippers.” (I am quite willing to trash in regions of the woods where I have no use – I frequently throw cans in logged-over areas.)”

A sentencing memorandum drew heavily on Kaczynski’s writings, in which he expressed a strong loathing for people. Since his arrest in April 1996, thanks to a tip from his brother David, the family has argued that Kaczynski’s writings mirrored the thinking of a paranoid schizophrenic, not a cold-blooded killer. A federal prison doctor concurred, allowing prosecutors to drop their quest for the death penalty and accept a plea bargain.

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