19 Burst results for "Ted Kaczynski"

Ex-inmate sends poison to prison, gets charged

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00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-inmate sends poison to prison, gets charged

"It started out as a Christmas card mailed to the unibomber who is serving time at a federal prison then more mailings in the U. S. and now an indictment an eastern European man who prison officials say mailed a Christmas card to the Unabomber Ted Kaczynski has been indicted on charges of mailing two envelopes of the deadly poison ricin to northern California's pelican bay state prison last July a grand jury in San Francisco indicted Vladyslav commotion a Belarus he was arrested on robbery and other charges several years ago in California and then deported the facial say in the mailings to Moshe claimed responsibility for threats to Anaheim schools and discussed his plan to mail rice into the U. S. chucks Iverson

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'El Chapo' likely heading for Colorado prison where no one has escaped

Austin's Morning News

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

'El Chapo' likely heading for Colorado prison where no one has escaped

"News drug kingpin, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman will likely be sentenced to the ADS supermax in Florence Colorado. It's the most secure prison ever constructed in the US it houses, some of the most notorious criminals ever to set foot in an American courtroom, including Ted Kaczynski and September eleventh conspirator Zachariah Musawi who my imposes an unprecedented flight risk because of his almost mythical profile to sensational escapes from high-security prisons in

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"ted kaczynski" Discussed on The MLB Show

The MLB Show

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"ted kaczynski" Discussed on The MLB Show

"Offense suggests that in most situations, you should not do that. You should just hit the way you usually hit. So I think there's something to the idea that it's partly a change in approach that the hitters have made. But but it's an intelligent approach. And I think that you're right. It is mostly velocity the active. Yeah. An unhittable breaking balls. And I think it's time to move the bound back. Yup. Good. I'm glad all right. We got to people on t move the mound back there right now. Three hundred million to go and we'll finally get some subtraction. But that's the only way to do this. And I don't you know, it's only fair pitchers are so much bigger. Yeah. They used to be for they're releasing the bow closer to home plate than they used to be. So let's just move it back. I wrote about this fears ago. All you have to do is move it back like a little bit like a couple of feet, and it really will have an appreciable difference in how fast the buzz moving when it gets to the plate and how much time hitters have to see in judge the trajectory and react to it. So. I really think that could be a fix for Apple's peels back one inch e year for five years and see what happens at this doesn't have to be something that happens overnight. I would say make the field bigger in general like the ninety feet ninety feet from base to base is that was set when human beings were while al-zaq cram sized to not to put an two point on it like Hank Aaron was the same size. As Francisco, Linda is now, you know, Ted Kaczynski was the same size as Hanley Ramirez was the last time he stepped on a scale on a major league teams office. And so like, I am surprised that the ninety feet thing works as well as hit as it. Does it seems like it shouldn't still work? So well, a lot of people site that as an example of baseball just fifth Ryan did hit done clay, tablets, and it said nine feet is the distance that the the basis Shelby apart. It wasn't like that. Like they arrived at ninety feet because they played with. Other distances and they didn't work as well verse. I'm still surprised that given that guys have gotten so much bigger and faster and stronger that that still works that we have all these clothes plays. An I guess it's because things have countered each other and balanced each other out, so that, you know, guys are fester runners, but they're also better fielders and have stronger arms and can make better throws. So it all kind of cancels out and the other thing I would say is not only has the physicality of the the defense in the offense. Cancel each other. At you're going to get close plays I on ground balls at some point, no matter, how far apart the bases are like, you know, if there were less. Mr. those plays. If if the basis were eighty three feet apart who's to say, so I think a lot of this is just it's. Folk medicine, you know, this. This is just the farmer's almanac of sports, and it's so dumb sometimes. But man, if you haven't talked well, I you can add me we now three people who think the mound should be moved back. But I do think. Going into to this podcast. I was thinking that the first two games up to a point reminded me of the first two games last year where I was writing a column I remember I was sitting next to Michael at Dodger Stadium as kenley Jansen was out for game two to give the dodgers two zero lead. I was writing a column about how could the Astros possibly come back. It seemed like the dodgers were just dominating them. And then Marwick Gonzales at a home run the rest of that game, turn bananas. And we all know what happened from there yesterday night kind of felt the same sense of inevitability and then Craig kimbrel did not bliss save. So now the Red Sox are up to zero and they have us reinventing the entire sport..

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"ted kaczynski" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"ted kaczynski" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"He's probably referring to win screensavers says we're all living in authentic lives instead of you know being yeah so ted kaczynski was really influenced by this movement it's called anarchy primitivism there's a john's ursanne who's actually pretty well known anarchy primitives philosopher who talks about how technology is essentially embedded within the exploitative capitalist system which celebrates early nation and things like that and so ted kaczynski he was he was an academic he has like a compete in math or some shit like that you know just a brilliant thinker who went deep down the rabbit hole of thinking that we were living in a society that was hyper real was disconnected that needed to get back to nature and that's why he went out into the woods himself because because eneco primitivism wants to argue that the solution is to actually go back so you know they do have an aesthetic image even though they might say that it's not about going back it's about going forward to create more than reality in the future but but it often times really is rooted in this sort of idea of a primitive connection i mean but the univer was sending bombs to government employees and stuff which was i yeah that's where i thought he was going to say i think it's just a manifesto is graduate okay about fund piece of trivia my sister has a friend whose father is one of the guys who diffused the last unabomber bomb yeah he's a gangster anyway so this next one is from lee so lee send us a message about his reading of the movie i'm interested what you guys think about this he says at the movie is about radical atheism he says evelyn has a conversation with the last girl where she espouses that she thinks people will always lean on the easy way out a conversation by the way where last girl alternates between viewpoints of cynic and believer when evelyn reveals that she's the bad guy it comes tash to the line you make us worse she goes onto disparage her father for attempting to reach out to superheroes instead of hiding her mother during a robbery what she suggesting that her father's belief in a higher power in this case superheroes led him to take the easy way out and lean on the supernatural instead of taking action for himself and this got him killed shell criticizes her brother's naievety she says that in his mind superheroes went away then mom and dad went away maybe by bringing back superheroes he can bring back their parents this seems to be arguing about the disillusionment one feels upon growing up and realizing god might just be made up they give people easy way out in the same way religion gives people in easy way out as long as people think superheroes exists they'll give up their agency to them and other way in other words as long as people are believers they are the worst for it fuck i'm taking that i believe that now yeah that's a good i think that it's more to are the point that we're bringing up earlier in that the way that i mean this is taking it to a level of you know like i don't think that when people go to the movies and watch superhero movie they're like literally like worshiping christ but i do think that there is an element of.

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"ted kaczynski" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"ted kaczynski" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And it's okay if you don't jimmy but you know who was the first person to blow the whistle on mko tra oh wait a minute ted kaczynski no way before ted kaczynski it was actually l ron hubbard might have been thank you anne behave and be well hi jimmy she had yes yes and he believes that there's some of that are good and some are bad i wanted to know michael what is your point of view on this mad that's such a good question and this is something that i asked stephen greer maybe a hundred times during the making of on acknowledge i kept bringing this up and trying to nail him on this because it's something that i have a hard time wrapping my mind around and it's funny you mentioned danny she had because i saw him a few nights ago and i asked him the very same question so danny what's your take on this and i tend to agree with that more balanced position that there's there's good and bad in everything and so there are probably there are most likely et's that are doing things that aren't in our best interest but i think it's important to remember that you know the answer isn't going to war with a civilization that's a billion years more advanced than us you know the only thing we could talk we do is is work on developing our own spirituality attaining higher states of consciousness and becoming ambassadors and and i think that's that's kind of stephen greer's position as well let's go to let's go east east of the rockies dan in manassas virginia dan ruts i am so glad to be with you i have a special surprise for both of.

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"ted kaczynski" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"ted kaczynski" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Gang he's talking about all latino immigrants but he wasn't but that didn't stop them he's painting our entire community with a broad and racist brush in order to justify his zena phobic policies central american immigrants ages fourteen to twenty five are often automatically labeled gang members who they can be deported quickly without question many of these young people come to the united states precisely to escape gang gang violence but according to the white house they're all animals the women's march doesn't believe that any person no matter their crimes should be dehumanized this way holy cow i wonder about the families that were bombed by ted kaczynski i wonder about the families who were bombed by timothy mcveigh i wonder about any family who's been subjected or any member of their family was subjected to the horrendous the horrendous torture that ms thirteen inflicts on their gangs would say to that the women's march doesn't believe that any person no matter their crimes should be dehumanize this way dehumanized do you think put yourself is hard to do.

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"ted kaczynski" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"ted kaczynski" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And today we're taking you back to april third nineteen ninetysix when the man had become known as the uniform was finally arrested in the us state of montana ted kaczynski had been carrying out a campaign of attacks against american universities and airlines in twenty ten lucy williamson spoke to his brother david kaczynski about his trial as far as most americans are concerned ted kaczynski is the unabomber even before his trial has begun evidences certainly and i were in the courtroom when ted entered and he he entered from a door next to the judge's bench and so he was walking down a center aisle almost directly toward us where mom and i were sitting it's january the fifth nine hundred ninety eight and david kaczynski is watching his brother tried for murder i had some fear that there would be an expression of hostility or something and actually he walked a bit mechanically kind of pivoted and sat down and there was no no recognition now my contact at all ted kaczynski stood accused of carrying out a seventeen year bombing campaign which had killed three people and injured many more he didn't want his family in court there were a lot of tears there were several times during those court appearances when i just found myself tearing up and trying to comfort mama's well you know the various layers of pain here had to do with what ted was going through what our mother was going through naturally in the courtroom family members of people my brother had murdered were there as well for david sitting in the courtroom that day there was an added level of pain the knowledge that it was he himself who had put his elder brother in the dock to face possible execution actually the person who put two and two together was my wife linda and i remember pretty vividly i'd gotten home from work and walked in the door and took one look at my wife and i realized something was wrong she said dave we have to talk sat down together and she put her hand on my knee and said dave now don't get angry at me and then she said something that absolutely took my breath away she said dave did you ever consider the possibility.

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"ted kaczynski" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM

Talk 1300 FM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"ted kaczynski" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM

"Local tv station explaining what he was going to do and how we get it the same that the kaczynski bombed or back in ninety six he loved many journals explaining in detail how his bombs worked and why he was doing and the same with with the condit he he left behind the tape and the tape he was giving detailed descriptions about the differences in the bombs he created and the similarities and that's similar similar in these are psychological psychologically warped people and they have similar reactions in these when you look at the the circumstances of these events take the case of ted kaczynski the unabomber okay he was a luddite fanatic oh well technology is bad at least there was a rationale there it may be warped beyond belief and the notice the notion that you should should tackle the challenges of technology by blowing people up is granted lame in the extreme and the only thing wrong with that cases that he should have been executed the moment he was convicted but beyond that fact at least you understand okay i understand what he was doing it was it was awful but i understand i mean even hitler had a rationale he hated jews gypsies and a few other categories of people again that didn't stop him for being the worst madman murder for of all time but at least you understood something about what it was in his mind and this this notion about conduct having challenges like i said that that really demands that they they tell us more and i would certainly hope from the standpoint of public understanding that this tape is released in its entirety because that explanation was just totally inadequate absolutely i believe it should be and hopefully sooner so that we can weaken the people people can get a better understanding of what happened here and you know this the in this case it was bomb making materials that could have been a truck it could've been you know mowing people over on the sidewalk in vehicle it could have been a firearm it's whatever state of mind these people are in when they.

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"ted kaczynski" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"ted kaczynski" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"I think when we hear the tape there's going to be something some kind of trauma probably in his life still not this does not justify murderer harming anyone but it's probably some kind of psychological scarring that led him to and he shares many characteristics with other mass killers whether there are snipers or bombers the but if your member of the virginia tech shooter show it's in videos to a local tv station explaining what he was going to do and how we get it the same with the kuczynski bombed or back in ninety six he left many journals explaining in detail how his bombs worked and why he was doing and the same with with the condit he he left behind the tape and and the tape was giving detailed descriptions about the differences in the bombs he created and the similarities and that's similar similar in these are psychological psychologically worked people and they have similar reactions in these when you look at the the circumstances these events take case of ted kaczynski the unabomber okay he was a luddite fanatic oh technology is bad at least there was a rationale there it may be warped beyond belief and the notice the notion that you should should tackle the challenges of technology by blowing people up is granted lame in the extreme and the only thing wrong with that cases that he should have been executed the moment he was convicted but beyond that fact at least you you understand okay i understand what he was doing it was it was awful but i understand even hitler had a rationale he hated jews gypsies and a few other categories of people again that didn't stop him for being the worst madman murder her of all time but at least you understood something about what it was in his mind and this this notion about conduct having challenges like i said that that really demands that they they tell us more and i would certainly hope from the justice standpoint of public understanding that this tape is released in its entirety because that explanation was just totally inadequate absolutely i believe it should be and hopefully sooner so that we can we can the people people can get a better understanding of what happened here and you know this the in.

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"ted kaczynski" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"ted kaczynski" Discussed on WCHS

"And how he did it the same that the kaczynski the union bombed or back in ninety six he loved many journals explaining in detail how his bombs worked and why he was doing and the same with the conduct he he left behind the tape and the tape he was giving detailed descriptions about the differences in the bombs he created and the and that's similar similar in these are psychological psychologically warped people and they have similar reactions in these when you look at the the circumstances of these events take the case of ted kaczynski yuna bomber okay he was a luddite fanatic oh technology is bad at least there was a rationale there it may be warped beyond belief and the notice the notion that you should should tackle the challenges of technology by blowing people up is granted lame in the extreme and the only thing wrong with that cases that he should have been executed the moment he was convicted but beyond that fact at least you understand okay i understand what he was doing it was it was awful but i understand i mean even hitler had a rationale he hated jews and gypsies and a few other categories of people again that didn't stop him for being the worst madman murderer for of all time but at least you understood something about what it was in his mind and this this motion about conduct having challenges like i said that that really demands that they they they tell us more and i would certainly hope from the standpoint of public understanding that this tape is released in its entirety because that explanation was just totally inadequate absolutely i believe it should be and hopefully sooner so that we can we can the pe people can get a better understanding of what happened here and you know this in this case it was bomb making materials that could have been a truck it could have been you know mowing people over on the sidewalk and a vehicle it could have been a firearm it's whatever state of mind these people are in when they.

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"ted kaczynski" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"ted kaczynski" Discussed on WGTK

"Is that we know what somebody who at least physically present around austin texas you didn't know that ted kaczynski was out in the woods did you know we didn't but we did have three different cities that were the focus of of our of our investigation and i didn't come in and again until the seventeenth year as a profiler in in the middle of ninety five when the bomb task force had been formed about a year prior so it was chicago where the first series of bombings they either place or mail from their salt lake city the next and then the san francisco bay area where the next now he he mailed bombs all over the country but they are the three cities we knew the unabomber was physically located at at least one time and we also felt that they were his comfort zones at one time in life and he certainly grew up in chicago and he's certainly worked at berkeley for a couple of years in the bay area so in terms of the austin bomber his his universe for now is austin and i wouldn't be surprised though if just like he's expanding his neighborhood so to speak and he's expanding the the complexity of his devices i wouldn't be surprised that in fact we get other devices either mailed or placed in other parts of texas or even other parts of the country and this is one of those times michael i hope i'm wrong what about the existence now surveillance cameras which are so much more common could that be helpful in this case the best surveillance camera we had for the unabomber case was in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven when a pair of eyes saw guy wearing a hoodie sweatshirt and aviator sunglasses and that became the composite sketch which was really the only evidence we had in that crime up until the time of the manifesto when i started getting directly involved so yes today surveillance cameras can be a big benefit not just at the actual crime scenes themselves through businesses private residences but certainly methods of ingress egress to those particular areas commercial businesses and their cameras and certainly the.

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"ted kaczynski" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"ted kaczynski" Discussed on WLOB

"I think when we hear the tape there's going to be something some kind of trauma probably in his life still not this does not justify murderer harming anyone but it's probably some kind of psychological scarring that led him to and he shares many characteristics with other mass killers whether there are snipers or bombers the but if your member the jimmy tex shooter show send videos to a local tv station explaining what he was going to do and how did at the same that the kaczynski the unabomber back in ninety six he left many journals explaining in detail how his bombs worked and why he was doing and the same with with the conduct he he left behind the tape and the tape he was giving detailed descriptions about the differences in the bombs he created and similarities and that's similar similar in these are psychologically psychologically worked people and they have similar reactions in these when you look at the circumstances of these events take case of ted kaczynski the unabomber okay he was a luddite fanatic oh technology is bad at least there was a rationale there it may be warped beyond belief in the notice the notion that you should should tackle the challenges of technology by blowing people up is granted lame in the extreme and the only thing wrong with that cases that he should have executed the moment he was convicted but beyond that fact at least you understand okay i understand what he was doing it was it was awful but i understand i mean even hitler had a rash of al he hated jews and gypsies and a few other categories of people again that didn't stop him for being the worst madman murder for of all time but at least you understood something about what it was in his mind and this this motion about conduct having challenges like i said that that really demands that they tell us more and i would certainly hope from the standpoint of public understanding that this tape is released in its entirety because that explanation was just totally inadequate absolutely i believe it should be and hopefully sooner so that we can we can the pe people can get a better understanding of what had happened here and you know this the.

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"ted kaczynski" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"ted kaczynski" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"We did wind up with a a very detailed manifesto so detailed and in fact of course that it it undid ted kaczynski because his brother recognized his writings and that's what led to his ultimate arrests again i'm not aware of any common thread that runs through any of of the people and or place was targeted ethnically in terms of of neighborhoods companies anything of that nature i mean if there's a threat there i guess i'm missing it well but we also don't know what's being blown forsman dow there was a i believe there have been a lot of of stories that have come out tonight followed by by changes clarifications for corrections from the authorities but at one time there was word of a device found intact and i believe that that the latest information is that that that was not believed to be connected to the other bombings but outlets confessed in the in the welter of information coming at me i'm not sure where where we stand as regards an unexploded device right and so so right now we don't know part of that whether or not that's actually true or not what we do know however is that you know there's been some speculation to the extent that there was a device that was actually ceased by law enforcement and i tell you that is in fact true this'll be a major breakthrough in the investigation because that would allow for law enforcement to see things in the device that they perhaps were not able to see wants to be vice in that made it so so my hope is some ways that they did find something that they're able to preserve contain and investigate but it's hard to say right now i mean all the information that you pointed out it's been fluid and a lot of the a lot of you know there are a lot of emotions in austin right now as to what the next target is going to be and i cannot imagine the terror and panic that people aren't experiencing right now when they receive a package and they're about to open it you know because we simply don't if that's gonna be the next one one eight six six five o jimbo our number one eight six six five zero five four six two six.

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"ted kaczynski" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"ted kaczynski" Discussed on WCHS

"We did wind up with a a very detailed manifestos so detailed and in fact of course that it it undid ted kaczynski because his brother recognized his writings and that's what led to his ultimate arrests again i'm not aware of any common thread though that runs through any of of the people and or places targeted ethnically in terms of of neighborhoods companies anything of that nature i mean if there's a thread there i guess i'm missing it well we also don't know what things law enforcement at this point right so we don't know for instance you know how the bomb was put together we don't know what type of what type of packaging was used we don't know you know if there are any video any video footage of something that remotely resembles this person dropping the bombs i mean we don't know any of that so so at this point from our perspective we may not be able to see a pattern or an ideology but law enforcement may know and i'm sure they do they know a lot more than what what they're letting us understand at this point there was i believe there have been a lot of of stories that have come out tonight followed by by changes clarifications for corrections from the authorities but at one time there was word of a device found intact and i believe that that the latest information is that that that was not believed to be connected to the other bombings but i must confess in the in the welter of information coming at me i'm not sure where where we stand as regards an unexploded device.

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"ted kaczynski" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"ted kaczynski" Discussed on WDRC

"Nine three the bomber on the phone anyway we've extended an offer to the mad bomber if they happen to be listening to the show please call him love fano what you're if you like to deliver member right at ted kaczynski remember the unabomber the unabomber's what manuscript or manifest remember remember remember that whole deal that the demand that has manifest p printed and it was just like some rambling thousands and thousands of words and trying to stretch my memory back to the unabomber anyway it blew up now officials also told cbs eleven news in dallas this afternoon that the second package was located in an austin fedex facility they haven't discussed the contents of that package nor have they confirmed whether or not it contained explosives but fedex has confirmed the same person responsible for the package that blew up shipped the second package which was tracked down and then turned over to law enforcement so that to yield crapload close you know maybe dna maybe fingerprints but you got to believe that an individual is smart enough to make sure they don't leave traces by wearing gloves or hairnets are but still you never know peace a hair something that could could give it away hey any thoughts you want to weigh in on the bomb on what's going on here you want to weigh in eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine if you want to weigh in back in a minute.

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"ted kaczynski" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"ted kaczynski" Discussed on Here & Now

"When i retired he helped expose ted kaczynski as the unabomber in the eighties nineties so he knows from where he speaks clint welcome back and what are you thinking hearing all these reports well it's really a challenge right now i heard an fbi agent suggests this is the bureau's most important case in the country right now and i think that's probably true because it is so deadly in a potential for it to grow more deadly as you suggest there was an initial explosion packet explosion then we went ten days then we had to more than we went six days and we had an explosion and now we've gone two days so the individual or individuals that are building and using these devices they've shown a very interesting ability to change the triggering of the devices themselves of to change the target they're staying one step ahead of law enforcement we assume like in the case of most bombers they have a message they have something they want to say law enforcement's indicated we're here to listen but so far that message is not been conveyed well it reminded that you were able to track down or expose take sqi because it was his brother david who came to you who had suspicion so maybe a family member might come forward i mean why that was pretty seen remarkable to us the police reaching out to the to the bomber or bombers and saying what do you want what do you what are you trying to say was that unusual.

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"ted kaczynski" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"ted kaczynski" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"New yuna bomber the new youtuber ted kaczynski ted kaczynski ted kaczynski this was between nineteen seventy eight and nineteen ninety five he had mail bombs that killed three people and injured twenty three he did this between one thousand nine hundred ninety eight nineteen ninetyfive he do he did all of this crazy guy lived up in our little hovel in montana carried out these attacks to draw attention to his philosophical and ideological positions regarding technology and industrialization by the way i mean the guy saw al gore's just like a total environmental savior he he wrote extensively about al gore he lauded the man he just thought al gore was like the greatest but if you bring that up you know al gore al gore might have inspired this guy don't go there go there anyway there was a recent net flicks show about this guy netflix series of ted kaczynski the year bomber and it was very very popular so summer say well maybe this current bomber was inspired by the netflix oh i don't know but nobody wants to say maybe the current bomber was inspired by the koran dongko there do oh yeah yeah i'd say that either they told us there's no terrorism random carnage serial bomber who just wants to kill somebody like how yesterday during the course of the news cycle yesterday i heard from authorities down in texas attention whoever you are please give yourself up we would like to talk to you would like to talk to you you're hurting people talk to us yeah i'm sure he wants to talk and i think he already knows he's hurting people that's why he's doing it donald trump in the news what well this time this was regarding the opioids we have a problem he's the first guy to talk about it in no uncertain terms and of course said no one knows what to do with no one knows what to do with us because they alder stand this is a problem but i don't think they like the way he's talking so seriously about the punishment for these people let's begin with this particular cut this is clip be he's talking about harsher penalties for the drug pushers got be if we don't get tough on the drug.

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"ted kaczynski" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"ted kaczynski" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Yep they had narrowed down that he thought he worked at a at a educational places college or something then they the the katamon there snare and now ted kaczynski in jail or dead i think he's in jail ten supermax taxing ski theodore john kaczynski also known as our american do he looks like an american mesic between seventy eight ninety five he killed he only killed not only he killed three people and injured twenty three others in a nationwide bombing campaign that was between seventy eight ninety five whoever's doing it austin in the span of a month has already killed there was also sent the manifesto see any good killer has to have a manifest this killer whoever's doing the matt bombing has a manifesto we just haven't seen it we will seven two seven five seven nine one or two five and eight hundred seven seven one one zero two five what's up troy welcome could you grab a live he guys yeah you were talking about killers with no real reason as to why that las vegas shooter still i don't understand that vegas you know why did he do we'd never have real a real good answer you're not going to get one like people are crazy what are you what else do you need to know besides there are some psychologically damaged people on this world the cia cover that just seems so plan that i can't believe there wasn't a you know they couldn't figure out a reason i mean you know people snap right like that's the reason people are people are psychologically flawed like there doesn't have to be a bigger reason does there.

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"ted kaczynski" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"ted kaczynski" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"If you see something say something if you see something that without a place if you see something that's suspicious it is important that you call us and for any residents that have these suspicious packages under no circumstances you touch them move them or handle them in any way but instead make that call and then if you can exit your residents or go to the back of the residents until that time that we can get there and deemed that safe this again is the third in what we believed to be related incidents that have occurred over the past ten days and similar to what we have said any earlier instances we want the community to be aware of what is going on because again based on evidence that we have at this scene as well as the other two seems where we've had these explosions this evidence i believe that these incidents are related well don't accept suspicious or packages that you're not expecting that's kind of creepy isn't it now i'm going to be like going over like does this creepy right cash dang well this is the era in which we live this is very ted kaczynski kozinski ish welcome to the show i'm gina lash edgy lash on twitter official dental lash on facebook so i i don't even think there's not a pattern that i've noticed with these victims of these austin bombs here so the first so these are mailbox just you know if you're if you're unfamiliar with the story which i wouldn't be shocked because no one in the media really talking about it this it's their their deadly package bombings and there have been three people killed in the texas governor's office has given fifteen thousand dollars for information leading to the arrest of the anybody involved and governor greg abbott's trying to short people that could south by south west is happening right now so this is also makes it like super kind of freakish.

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