"He was very svelte, no body fat. Dirty. He’d been in the cabin a long time," said Gray. "His hair was covered in soot and matted. His pants were shriveled and looked like a pirate. He had poor hygiene and glaring eyes. He would look through you as if he were better than you."

Kaczynski wouldn’t answer questions. Instead, the former math professor became angry about the search warrant.

"He was correcting our English grammar, and our punctuation. To which I lost it a little bit and said, we’re not here to talk about grammar and punctuation. Just read the warrant." said Gray.

-John Gray, FBI agent

I think what has to be done is not to try and convince or persuade the majority of people that we are right, as much as try to increase tensions in society to the point where things start to break down. To create a situation where people get uncomfortable enough that they’re going to rebel. So the question is how do you increase those tensions? - Ted Kaczynski, the Unabomber.

Just a comparison of who these men (patsies) WERE (above) and how they were portrayed by the mainstream media (below).

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Items belonging to Ted Kaczyinski (the Unabomber) on display at the American Museum of Crime & Punishment. The word “Unabomber” came from the FBI case codename “UNABOM.” The “UN” was for “university” and the “A” was for “airline”—the targets of Kaczynski’s bombs, which were sent in the mail.

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