“Witness to History: Investigating the Unabomber,” hosted by the Newseum, was the tenth event of the “Witness to History” series of the National Law Enforcement Museum.
Retired Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents Jim Freeman, Terry Turchie, and Donald Max Noel talked about their book, Unabomber: How the FBI Broke Its Own Rules to Capture the Terrorist Ted Kaczynski, in which they recount their involvement with the FBI’s 18-year investigation of the Unabomber case and the eventual arrest of Theodore Kaczynski.
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Craig W. Floyd Founding President and CEO National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund
Jim Freeman Agent (Former) Federal Bureau of Investigation
John Maynard Senior Manager Newseum->Programs
Donald "Max" Max Noel Agent (Former) Federal Bureau of Investigation
Terry Turchie Agent (Former) Federal Bureau of Investigation
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