Anatomy of a Terror Investigation

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Ted Kaczynski

When Jim Freeman began calling on FBI agents in 1994 to join his task force investigating the “Unabomber” attacks, he had to “break the news to them.” The 16-year-old case, known as UNABOM, was “career-bending and potentially career-breaking.” Investigators had no definitive suspects, despite a steady drumbeat of 14 attacks and attempted bombings on university
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