Ted Kaczynski, a math professor who became nicknamed "The Unabomber" for sending explosive envelopes to airlines and universities in the United States for nearly 17 years, killing three people, died Saturday at the age of 81 in his prison cell.
Kaczynski, who lived in a detached cabin in Montana until he was caught thanks to his brother who suspected him, was found dead in a North Carolina prison. "He was found unresponsive in his cell early this morning," authorities said
Kaczynski, who graduated from Harvard University before beginning the murder spree, sent the deadly envelopes to academics, scientists and computer store owners and even tried to blow up a passenger plane because of the breakdowns of technology on American society. Commercial in a one-man terror campaign from 1978 and 1995 against what he believes to be the evils of modern technology.
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