In the Newseum
Unabomber Theodore Kaczynski is upset.
Not about prison food.
Not about the politics.
Kaczynskihas writes that a display of the cabin he lived in during his eighteen-year bombing career at the Newseum in Washington goes against his victims' wish to limit further publicity about the case.
"Since the advertisement states that the cabin is 'FROM FBI VAULT,' it is clear that the government is responsible for the public exhibition of the cabin. This has obvious relevance to the victims' objection to publicity connected with the Unabom case."