FBI Capture Unabomber Twenty Years Ago
April 4, 2016 — Print this Page
Twenty years ago the FBI brought to a close the longest manhunt in its history with the capture of Ted Kaczynski the Unabomber at his Montana woodland cabin on April 3,1996. Leading the final two year pursuit of the man was FBI Special Agents Jim Freeman, Terry Turchie and Max Noel.
The three FBI Agents brought to light the inside story of the pursuit and capture of the man considered by some to be the most notorious criminal in American history in their book Unabomber: How the FBI Broke Its Own Rules to Capture the Terrorist Ted Kaczynski. The book was published by History Publishing Company in 2014.
Printed from the History Publishing Company website, visit http://historypublishingco.com .
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