David Kaczynski is a million dollars richer, but he probably doesn't feel like a rich man. The money is the reward for turning in the Unabomber -- his older brother Ted -- who spent 17 years victimizing total strangers through a series of seemingly random bombs sent through the U.S. postal system. David plans to give the government-funded reward to the victimsą families. The attacks started in 1978 and ended with Ted's capture in 1996, but not before three people were killed and 29 injured. "There's no question the money could never compensate for the loss of a loved one," said David Kaczynski, 47, who works as a social worker in an Albany NY youth shelter, in an interview with the AP.