Unabomber Updates Status in Harvard Magazine

Under awards: 'Eight life sentences ...'
By Dustin Lushing,  Newser Staff
Posted May 23, 2012 4:42 PM CDT
Unabomber Updates Status in Harvard Magazine
Ted Kaczynski in 1996.   (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

In the alumni magazine for Harvard University you can find class notes on the lives of Supreme Court justices, titans of industry, Nobel laureates, and … serial killers. The recent issue of the mag features an "update" from former student Ted Kaczynski, class of 1962—otherwise known as the Unabomber, reports the Daily Mail.

He lists his occupation as "prisoner" and mentions "eight life sentences" under awards. Kaczynski also makes note of his manifesto, the one that got published before his capture but caught the attention of his brother, who recognized the writing style and turned him in, notes ABC News. A fellow Harvard alum tweeted a photo of the entry. (Read more Ted Kaczynski stories.)

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