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“Manhunt: Unabomber” (Formerly Manifesto)

Format: Scripted limited series.

Summary: This show will be about the Unabomber Ted Kaczynski and the manhunt led by the FBI to catch him. Paul Bettany will play Kaczynski (see picture above), Jane Lynch will play Attorney General Janet Reno and Sam Worthington will play FBI agent Jim Fitzgerald. See the trailer here.

Premieres: August 1 2017, in Discovery Channel.

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Imagine a society that subjects people to conditions that make them terribly unhappy then gives them the drugs to take away their unhappiness. Science fiction It is already happening to some extent in our own society. Instead of removing the conditions that make people depressed modern society gives them antidepressant drugs. In effect antidepressants are a means of modifying an individual’s internal state in such a way as to enable him to tolerate social conditions that he would otherwise find intolerable.
—  Theodore Kaczynski, Unabomber
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The ‘Unabomber’ timeline:

May 25, 1978: University of Chicago. One injured.

May 9, 1979: Northwestern University. One injured. 

November 15, 1979: American Airlines flight forced to land due to smoke entering cabin. No injuries.

June 10, 1980: American Airlines president Percy Wood is wounded outside his home in Lake Forest, Illinois.

October 8, 1981: University of Utah. Bomb disarmed without incident.

May 5, 1982: University of Nashville. One injury.

July 2, 1982: University of California. One injury. 

May 15, 1985: University of California. One injury.

June 13, 1985: Boeing Company, Auburn, Washington. Bomb safely disarmed

November 15, 1985: University of Michigan. Two injured. 

December 11, 1985: Sacramento, California. Hugh Scrutton is killed.

February 20, 1987: Salt Lake City, Utah. An eye-witness leads to the infamous 'Unabomber sketch.’

June 22, 1993: University of California. One injured.

June 24, 1993: Yale University. One injured.

December 10, 1994: North Caldwell, New Jersey. Thomas Mosser is killed.

April 24, 1995: Sacramento, California. The Unabomber’s third and final victim, Gilbert Murray, is killed.

June, 1995: The Unabomber sends in a Manifesto requiring papers publish it. 

September, 1995: After slight hesitation, the Manifesto is published. 

David Kaczynski turns in his older brother after his wife noticed similarities between the Manifest and his brothers previous work.

April 3, 1996: The Unabomber, Theodore Kaczynski, is arrested in his small Montana cabin, ending his reign of terror.

May 4, 1998: Theodore Kaczynski is sentenced to four life-terms.

It is important to understand that we mean someone
who sympathizes with these MOVEMENTS as they exist today in our
society. One who believes that women, homosexuals, etc., should have
equal rights is not necessarily a leftist. The feminist, gay rights,
etc., movements that exist in our society have the particular
ideological tone that characterizes leftism, and if one believes, for
example, that women should have equal rights it does not necessarily
follow that one must sympathize with the feminist movement as it
exists today.
—  The Unabomber Manifesto paragraph 229