MAN BEHIND THE MASK

THE ACCUSED UNABOMBER'S LAWYERS SAY HE'S SCHIZOPHRENIC, BUT CAN THEY USE THAT AS A DEFENSE?

When he enters the courtroom, all conversation stops. Everyone stares as the man accused of conducting an 18-year campaign of terror as the Unabomber walks to his seat. Even the prosecutors stop shuffling their papers to sneak a glance. But anyone expecting the self-confident strut of a killer who once branded his victims "dumb" and the FBI "a joke" will be disappointed. Ted Kaczynski's courtroom demeanor is almost timid. From the way he sits in his chair, hands folded, to the deferential behavior he shows his attorneys, he moves with the exaggerated politeness of a guest who doesn't quite know how...

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