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Nation IN BRIEF : NEW YORK : Kaczynski's Anger Over Rebuffs Told

May 01, 1996|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

Two universities rebuffed Theodore J. Kaczynski's efforts to publish an anti-technology manuscript before the first Unabomber explosion went off--in the parking lot of one of the universities, ABC's "World News Tonight" reported. "He was going to get even is what he said," Northwestern University math professor Don Saari told ABC. Saari said he had referred Kaczynski to engineering professors at both Northwestern and the Chicago campus of the University of Illinois. Saari said he wrote the FBI a letter about Kaczynski, but never got a response.

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