Unabomber authors Invited to Head Panel at Two Washington Museums

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To include video production for Witness to History

The Newseum and the National Law Enforcement Museum, both located in Washington, D.C. have invited the three co- authors of Unabomber: How the FBI Broke its Own Rules to Capture the Terrorist Ted Kaczynski to head a joint panel to focus on the Unabomber case on Saturday, September 20, 2014. The co-authors of the newly released Unabomber book, Jim Freeman, Terry Turchie and Max Noel, were also the principal members of the FBI team that captured the notorious terrorist

Jim Freeman and Terry Turchie will also focus on Bureau policies and terrorism at the event. Jim Freeman from the perspective of a former Field Executive at a top FBI Field Office in San Francisco and Terry Turchie from the vantage point of the first Deputy Assistant Director of the FBI’s Counterterrorism Division at FBI headquarters. The topics will include the impact on the handling of domestic terrorism investigations and the complexity of media/government cooperation.

The National Law Enforcement Museum will also interview Jim Freeman for a video recording for their Witness to History series on September 19. The video will cover Mr. Freeman’s FBI career culminating with the Unabomber case.

Unabomber, How the FBI Broke its Own Rules to Capture the Terrorist Ted Kaczynski is the story of the final two years of the pursuit and capture of Ted Kaczynski and was published by the History Publishing Company in June, 2014. It is available in Barnes and Noble book stores nationally and other fine bookstores. It is also available as an e-book globally.

Contact: Don Bracken, djb@historypublishingco.com, (Tel) 845-398-8161


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