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Erik Thompson ...
Himself - Narrator (voice)
Gary Wright ...
Himself - Unabomber Survivor, 1987
Terry Turchie ...
Himself - Former Assistant SAC, FBI Unabomber Task Force
Randy Parsons ...
Himself - Special Agent in Charge, FBI
Nina Delgadillo ...
Herself - Senior Special Agent, ATF
Theodore John Kaczynski ...
Himself - Unabomber (archive footage)
Phillip Resnick ...
Himself - UH Case Medical Center
Kathleen Puckett ...
Herself - Behavioral Expert, FBI
Quin Denvir ...
Himself - Kaczynski's Public Defender
...
Himself - Professor of Criminal Justice, CSUSB
Linda Patrik ...
Herself - Wife of David Kaczynski (archive footage)
David Kaczynski ...
Himself - Brother of Ted Kaczynski (archive footage)
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Crimes of the Century examines the case of "Unabomber" Ted Kaczynski a serial bomber and former math professor who targeted college campuses and airlines for nearly two decades. After his anti-Technological Manifesto is published, police arrest him in has Montana cabin after a tip from his brother. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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The Unabomber
25 April 2014 | by See all my reviews

Crimes of the Century: The Unabomber (2013)

The eighth and final episode in this CNN's first season takes a look at the mysterious bomber who became known as "The Unabomber" and who would turn out to be a loner named Ted Kaczynski. The documentary covers his early life, the bombings that struck the United States for nearly twenty years and what eventually led to his arrest. As with the other films in the series, this one here manages to be highly entertaining even if it really doesn't teach us anything we don't already know. The film is certainly well-made and manages to tell you the history of the events in a thoughtful way as well as keep you entertained throughout. I think those unfamiliar with all of the events are the ones who are going to enjoy this the most because you really do get a very good overview of the Unabomber's lifestyle and just what a genius he was. Of course, the evilness and coldness is also shown. The interviews are all extremely good and make for a good episode in the series.

7/10


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