Skip to comments.Unabomber Kaczynski angered by cabin display at D.C. museum
Posted on 08/12/2008 5:40:18 PM PDT by SilvieWaldorfMD
AUGUST 12--Imprisoned Unabomber Ted Kaczynski is upset that his former Montana cabin is on display at a Washington, D.C. museum, contending that the FBI's decision to allow its "public exhibition" runs counter to his victims's desire to limit further publicity about the deadly terror spree. Kaczynski, housed in the "supermax" federal prison in Florence, Colorado, learned of the cabin's display via a June 19 ad in the Washington Post, according to a handwritten letter he recently sent to a three-judge U.S. Court of Appeals panel. A copy of the letter can be found below. Referring to "publicity created by the government," Kaczynski, 66, reported that the cabin "is being exhibited publicly at something called a 'Newseum.'" Opened in April, the institution bills itself as a "museum of news...that blends five centuries of news history with up-to-the-second technology and hands-on exhibits." Kaczynski's 10x12-foot cabin is the central artifact in an exhibit chronicling the FBI's first 100 years (the residence is found in a section titled "A Mad Bomber and His Manifesto"). Kaczynski sought to call the appellate panel's attention to the Newseum display since the judges have been dealing with the killer's bid to halt the auction of his journals, correspondence, and lengthy manifesto. The subject of the privacy rights of Kaczynski's victims has been frequently addressed in recent Court of Appeals filings. Noting that the Post ad describes the cabin as coming "FROM FBI VAULT," Kaczynski remarked 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." He added, "I don't think I need to say anything further; the Court can draw its own conclusions."
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“This has obvious relevance to the victims’ objection to publicity connected with the Unabom case.”
If the victims speak on this subject, I will listen. Ted himself has only the right to remain silent.....forever.
If only he could send some kind of letter or a package even to dispute it.
/I know I am twisted.
“Kaczynski Angered By Predatory Home Loan [mad about his cabin on display]”
The Unabomber was involved in subprime lending??? Did he work for Countrywide??
Who writes these headlines?
And why should anyone give a (BLANK) what the unabomber thinks? Did this somehow violate the terms of his sentence, to have his cabin on display? Sheesh........
I was being sarcastic. You need a drink.
I hope the Newseum acquires Kaczynski’s handwritten note of objection and displays it alongside his cabin.
“Kaczynski, housed in the “supermax” federal prison in Florence, Colorado,.....”
This POS Unabomber should have been given the Unaneedle and should be taking a Unadirtnap by now.
“Kaczynski, housed in the supermax federal prison in Florence, Colorado,”
I wonder if he and Eric Rudolph are wall tapping code buddies?
“This POS Unabomber should have been given the Unaneedle and should be taking a Unadirtnap by now.”
Good one ! You are so right.
The FBI foreclosed on him.
This is a list of prisoners at ADX Florence, the United States supermax federal prison in Florence, Colorado. This list includes both former and current prisoners:
Abdul Hakim Murad, of al-Qaeda’s Operation Bojinka
Accardo Simonelli, gangster from the New Mexico mafia. Hitman with more than 30 counts of murder.
Adolph Reynoso, of the Mexican Mafia
Ahmed Ajaj, of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing
Ahmed Omar Abu Ali, Al Qaeda conspirator in several plots, including one to assassinate U.S. President George W. Bush
Ahmed Ressam, of the 2000 millennium attack plots
Alex Aguirre, of the Mexican Mafia
Anthony “Gaspipe” Casso, 16802-050, former Underboss turned informant for the Lucchese crime family
Anthony Jones, multiple murderer
Antonio Guerrero Rodríguez, Cuban spy, serving life plus 10 years
Aziz Abdul Mumi
Barry Byron Mills, of the Aryan Brotherhood
Bryan Cook serving a 40-year sentence for carjacking and assault, was stabbed while in the recreation yard
Charles Harrelson, 02582-016, Texan hitman, convicted of murdering federal judge, father of actor Woody Harrelson, died in prison of a heart attack March 15, 2007.
Clement Rodney Hampton-El, a.k.a. Dr. Rashid, of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing
Dandeny Muñoz Mosquera, chief assassin for Pablo Escobar, responsible for the bombing of Avianca Flight 203
Danny Weeks, for kidnapping two women in the course of escaping from Louisiana Penitentiary at Angola[not in citation given]
David Brian Stone was stabbed in the back while in the recreation yard. He was serving a 10-year sentence for firearm possession by a felon
David Lane, 12873-057, white supremacist and racketeer. Died in his sleep 28 May 2007.
David Roland Hinkson convicted in federal court for plotting to kill a federal judge, prosecutor and IRS agent who were involved in a tax case against him.
Douglas Black facing a life sentence for murder in Massachusetts in addition to his federal time a seven-year sentence for assault
Douglas Saxon Taylor leader of the 88 Skinheads
Dwight York, 17911-054, founder of the United Nuwaubian Nation of Moors serving 135 years for child molestation and racketeering
El Sayyid Nosair, of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.
Eric Robert Rudolph, 18282-058, terrorist, committed the Centennial Olympic Park bombing and other bombings
Eyad Ismail, 37802-054, of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing
Frank Melendez, cocaine dealer from California killed in ADX Florence by Mirssa Araiza-Reyes
Francisco Javier Arellano Felix, Mexican drug lord
Garrett Wade Linderman Linderman had been in another prison for robbery until his cellmate there was found stabbed to death. Linderman wasn`t tried for the murder, but they transferred him to the A.D.X.
Gerald Rubalcaba, of the Nuestra Familia
Gregory Scarpa Jr former Colombo Family member
H. Rap Brown 99974-555, former civil rights activist convicted of murdering a Georgia sheriff’s deputy
Hanif Shabazz Bey (Beaumont Gereau) # 295933
Howard “Pappy” Mason 24651-053, drug trafficker who ordered the murder of police officer Eddie Byrne.
Ibrahim Elgabrowny, of the New York City landmark bomb plot
Iyman Faris, also of the NYC landmark plot, sentenced to 20 years in 2003
James Curtis Martin was stabbed and strangled last April. He was serving a 95-year sentence for two counts of murder.
James Ujaama, who tried to develop an al-Qaeda camp in Oregon
Jeff Fort, he is currently imprisoned on drug trafficking charges. He is also the only American citizen ever convicted of terrorism for hire.
Joey Estrella, bank robber, killed in ADX Florence by the Sablan cousin’s
Joseph Wroblewski killed by Shane Patrick Bailey
John Walker Lindh, dubbed “The American Taliban”
Jose Padilla, 20796-424, convicted of aiding terrorists
Joseph Bryant McGee, bank robber
Joseph Anthony Leissler, robber and murderer
Juan Matta-Ballesteros, 37671-133, drug trafficker in the Enrique Camarena case, serving 480 years
Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, participant in the 1998 United States embassy bombings
Kojo Bomani Sababu, aka Grailing Brown convicted of bank robbery, part of the Black Liberation Army
Kenneth “Supreme” McGriff 26301-053, an American drug trafficker and organized crime figure.
Larry Hoover, 86063-024, leader of the Gangster Disciples gang in Chicago
Lawrence Klaker He killed himself, Aryan Brotherhood member
Luis Felipe, leader of the Latin Kings gang
Mahmud Abouhalima, of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing
Manuel Torrez, who in 2005 at age 64 became the first inmate to be murdered in a Supermax prison
Mark Jordan was convicted of bank robbery, and in 1999 he stabbed an inmate to death at the adjacent U.S. Penitentiary in Florence
Matthew F. Hale, 15177-424, white supremacist for soliciting the murder of federal judge Joan Lefkow
Maynard Campell, white separatist with ties to militia groups;serving a ten-year sentence stemming from a land dispute with federal officials in Orego, was stabbed to death
Michael Swango, physician and serial murderer
Mirssa Araiza-Reyes, drug smuggler and illegal alien; killed inmate Frank Melendez
Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-Owhali, of the 1998 U.S. embassy bombings
Mohammed A. Salameh, of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing
Mohammed Ali Hassan Al-Moayad, would-be financier of al-Qaeda and Hamas, serving 75 years
Mohammed Odeh is one of the four former al-Qaeda members sentenced to life imprisonment in 2001 for their parts in the 1998 United States embassy bombings.
Mutulu Shakur, 83205-012, serving 60 years for a bank robbery in which a policeman and two guards were killed. Stepfather of late rapper Tupac Shakur, brother of Assata Shakur
Nicodemo Scarfo, was serving life imprisonment at Supermax, primarily on the testimony of a number of informants, including his nephew. He managed to overturn his life sentence and get transferred to an FCI in Atlanta, Georgia.
Nidal Ayyad, of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing
Omar Abdel-Rahman, 34892-054, al-Gama’a al-Islamiyya mentor, nicknamed “The Blind Sheik”, serving life for his part in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing
Omar Mohammed Rezaq, airliner hijacker
Omar Portee, aka O.G. Mack. Co-founder of the United Blood Nation
Peter Rollack Sex, Money, Murder founder is currently serving 105 years without parole for 6 murders
Oscar Rivera, leader of the Armed Forces of National Liberation, a Puerto Rican militant group, for bombing 28 targets in the Chicago area. Received an additional 15-year sentence for an escape attempt (from another prison).
Ramzi Yousef, 03911-000, of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and Operation Bojinka, senior al-Qaeda member
Raymond Luc Levasseur, American domestic bomber
Raymond Oechsle, was incarcerated with Casso from 2001 to 2002 at ADX
Ramiro “Ramsey” R. Muñiz 40288-115 convicted of drug charges, political figure
Richard Reid, 24079-038, al-Qaeda’s would-be “Shoe Bomber”
Richard Lee McNair, 13829-045, escape artist, serving 3 life sentences for murder.
Richard Scutari, conspirator in a 1984 robbery of a Brink’s armored truck; serving 60 years
Robert Haney, bank robber, pretended to escape from ADX with Tony Francis
Robert Hanssen, 48551-083, former senior FBI agent serving life for espionage
Rodney Hambrick, serving a 68-year sentence on bomb charges
Ronald Griesacker, fraudster, passed $2 million in worthless checks. Released in 2002.
Rudy Cabrera Sablan serving a 92-month sentence for being a felon in possession of a firearm. Also serving Life without parole in the killing of Joey Estrella.
Ruben “Nite Owl” Castro, of the Mexican Mafia
Salvatore “Sammy the Bull” Gravano, former Underboss turned government witness of the Gambino crime family
Terry Nichols, 08157-031, Oklahoma City Bombing conspirator
Shane Patrick Bailey bank robber from Minnesota, is charged with ending cellmate Joseph Wroblewski’s life on May, 23, 1999
Steven Riddle inmate who did most of the stabbing of Campbell, got ten years for manslaughter
Theodore Kaczynski, 04475-046, the “Unabomber”
Thomas Silverstein, bank robber and murderer; killed guard Merle Clutts at United States Penitentiary, Marion
Timothy McVeigh, executed 2001 for Oklahoma City bombing
Tom Manning, political serial bomber, has been transferred to USP Hazelton
Tony Francis pretended with Robert Haney to escape from ADX
Tyler Davis Bingham, conspired to order multiple killings and assaults from Florence ADX
Tyrone Love, transferred to Florence after the “crack riots” at Lompoc, California in 1996
Wadih el-Hage, 42393-054, of the 1998 United States embassy bombings in Africa
Wali Khan Amin Shah Operation Bonjonkia
Wayne Perry, henchman for The Alberto “Alpo” Martinez Drug Gang
William Sablan serving a 252-month sentence for hostage taking, now serving life without parole, killing of Joey Estrella
Yu Kikumura, of the Japanese Red Army, released April 18, 2007, served 221 months, deported
Zacarias Moussaoui, 51427-054, of the September 11, 2001 attacks
Zayd Hassan Abd Al-Latif Masud Al Safarini, Pan Am Flight 73 Hijacker
The above is from source: Wikipedia
“Robert Hanssen, 48551-083, former senior FBI agent serving life for espionage”
That’s one that should have been hung.
Speaking of... have you seen the movie "Breach?" If not, it is worth a couple hours (I found it interesting/entertaining).
Breach is a GREAT movie!