THE MOUNTING EVIDENCE

A MANUSCRIPT DISCOVERED IN KACZYNSKI'S CABIN IS LIKELY TO MAKE THE PROSECUTION'S JOB MUCH EASIER

The third typewriter was the lucky one. When federal agents raided the 10-ft. by 12-ft. shack of Unabomber suspect Theodore Kaczynski two weeks ago, they were overjoyed to find two old manual machines, relics of the pre- word processor, pre-Selectric age. Surely, one of these must be the antique on which the bomber pecked out his 35,000 word opus, Industrial Society and Its Future. In straight-faced leaks over the next week, the agents let it be known that, alas, the typefaces did not match, although they had high hopes for a third typewriter, discovered later. What they did not mention was...

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