Unabomber’s Death a Suicide, Sources Say

Ted Kaczynski, the man more commonly known as the “Unabomber,” died Saturday by suicide, sources say.

Four sources familiar with the matter revealed to the Associated Press 81-year-old Kaczynski, who was suffering from late-stage cancer, died by his own hand in his North Carolina federal prison cell just after midnight Saturday. Though emergency personnel successfully revived the notorious criminal after performing CPR, Kaczynski died after being transported to a local hospital, the sources — who were not authorized to speak publicly about Kaczynski’s death — told the AP.

Kazynski, a self-proclaimed environmentalist, had been serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole since his arrest and conviction in 1996. Between 1978 and 1995, Kaczynski mailed or hand delivered a series of bombs which ultimately killed three Americans and injured nearly two dozen more. His campaign of terror earned him the moniker, “The Unabomber,” as authorities worked for nearly two decades to bring him to justice. (Read more from “Unabomber’s Death a Suicide, Sources Say” HERE)

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