BREAKING: Infamous Killer Found Dead

( – BREAKING NEWS: The infamous domestic terrorist, Theodore “Ted” Kaczynski, also known as the “Unabomber,” passed away in federal prison Saturday. He was 81 years old, according to a confirmation from the Bureau of Prisons.

Kaczynski, a math scholar from Harvard University, spent years orchestrating a series of bombings from his isolated Montana cabin.

His attacks, which occurred from 1978 to 1995, resulted in the deaths of three individuals and injuries to 23 others, some of whom were left with permanent disabilities. This ruthless activity earned him the reputation of America’s most frequent bomber.

On Saturday morning, Kaczynski was discovered lifeless in his prison cell and was declared dead around 8 a.m. The exact cause of his death is currently uncertain.

In 1996, the FBI, which had given him the Unabomber moniker, apprehended Kaczynski, ending one of the most expensive manhunts in American history.

In 1998, he pleaded guilty and received four life sentences plus an additional 30 years. He was initially incarcerated in the federal Supermax prison in Florence, Colorado, but later moved to a prison medical facility.

Before his identity was exposed in 1995, Kaczynski insisted that a major newspaper publish a lengthy 35,000-word piece he wrote called “Industrial Society and Its Future.” He claimed he would halt his bombing spree if they did. Janet Reno, the Attorney General, and Louis J. Freeh, the director of the FBI, reluctantly agreed to his demand, leading the Washington Post and the New York Times to publish his manifesto.

In this document, Kaczynski criticized the Industrial Revolution and technology for their severe negative impacts on society and the environment, arguing they caused human alienation. He justified his violent actions as a means to make his views public.

At first, his victims seemed to be chosen randomly, but it was later revealed that Kaczynski deliberately targeted individuals linked to technology or environmental harm.

Ironically, his manifesto led to his capture. His brother, David, and sister-in-law, Linda Patrik, recognized his writing style and informed the FBI.

Kaczynski’s bombs, which he made himself, were typically sent through the mail. He often targeted universities and even attempted an attack on an American Airlines flight in 1979. His actions increased postal and airport security, further intensified following the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks.