KAARMA, MARKUS: Dateline: Deadly Exchange TV -
133,252. He was the new kid in town: super popular, all about adventure. They were the neighbours, just down the block, a family in fear. Someone had been sneaking into their home and now someone was in their garage. In a flash it was over. A charismatic kid dead on the floor. What had happened in that garage that night? A neighbour protecting his home or preparing a trap? A teenager, a father, a murder: no-one would be the same. (Murder & Burglary & Home) Dateline s1e2: Deadly Exchange, Sky Crime 2020
133,253. How far can you go to protect your home and families? (Murder & Burglary & Home) ibid.
KACZYNSKI, THEODORE JOHN - the Unabomber: Unabomber: The True Story 1996 - Sun Sentinel online - Unabomber: Crimes of the Century TV - The Secret History: Hunt for the Unabomber TV -
23,023. Almost everyone will agree that we live in a deeply troubled society. The Manifesto, Paragraph 5. (Murder & Society) Unabomber: The True Story 1996 starring Dean Stockwell & Robert Hays & Tobin Bell & Victoria Mallory & Bill Mondy & Michael Flynn & Scott Wilkinson & Noel De Souza & Joyce Cohen et al, director Jon Purdy, caption
23,024. Our lives depend on decisions made by other people. Usually we do not know the people who make them. The Manifesto, Paragraph 67. (Murder & Decision) ibid.
23,025. Every bomb is a deadly sermon. Against technology. (Murder & Bomb & Kill) ibid. postal detective
23,026. In order to get our message before the public, we’ve had to kill people. The Manifesto, Paragraph 96. (Murder & Kill) ibid. caption
23,027. Reform is insufficient and revolution is required. The Manifesto, Paragraph 86. (Murder & Revolution) ibid.
23,028. Dump the whole stinking system and take the consequences. The Manifesto, Paragraph 179. ibid.
23,029. On September 19 1995 The Washington Post and The New York Times publish the 37,000 word Manifesto. ibid.
23,030. The Industrial Revolution and its consequences have been a disaster for the human race. The Manifesto, Paragraph 1. (Murder & Industrial Revolution) ibid.
23,031. The 18 year hunt for the Unabomber was the costliest case US law enforcement ever faced. It ended with the arrest of Theodore Kaczynski, now under indictment and awaiting trial in Sacramento. Over 7,000 pieces of evidence were recovered from his cabin. ibid.
82,021. For someone who could simply ‘take the money and run’, David Kaczynski is showing a considerable amount of character in accepting a $1 million reward for turning in his brother, the Unambomber.
Kaczynski simply could have used the money for his own, personal ends. Instead, the 47-year-old social worker wants to use most of the money to help the families victimized by the bombings of his older brother, Theodore Kaczynski ...
Federal law enforcement officials believe Theodore Kaczynski detonated 16 bombs that killed three men and injured 29 other individuals over a 17-year period. He eventually pleaded guilty to 13 bombings from 1978 to 1995. None of that would have happened if not for David Kaczynski, whose suspicions about his brother led to the emotionally painful decision of contacting the FBI. Sun Sentinel online article 28th August 1998
98,410. He was a brilliant mathematician but a troubled man. He launched a bombing campaign that killed three, maimed four and injured nineteen. His base of operation was crude, but his devices were lethal. (Murder & Bomb) Unabomber: Crimes of the Century, Discovery 2016
98,411. From the beginning the investigation was hampered by a lack of evidence. (Murder & Bomb) ibid.
98,412. The bombs became more sophisticated and more lethal. (Murder & Bomb) ibid.
123,140. Inside this primitive cabin, one man declared war on the world, provoking the greatest manhunt in US history. From 1978 to 1996 he created explosive devices, destroyed lives and threatened a nation. How did one man evade capture for almost two decades? (Murder Cases & Bomb) The Secret History: Hunt for the Unabomber, 2008
123,141. The bomber is using the same signature ingredients. (Murder Cases & Bomb) ibid.
123,142. At 15 he is accepted into Harvard University. (Murder Cases & Bomb) ibid.
123,143. He becomes the nation’s most elusive serial murder. (Murder Cases & Bomb) ibid.
123,144. A deep seated hatred of psychologists. (Murder Cases & Bomb) ibid.
KAHAHAWAI, JOSEPH: American Experience: The Island Murder TV -
128,642. In the waning days of summer 1931 the false calm of Honolulu Hawaii was shattered by a single allegation made by a 20 year old Navy wife. (Murder & Hawaii) American Experience: The Island Murder, PBS 2018
128,643. ‘She says she was kidnapped … and raped six or seven times.’ (Murder & Hawaii) ibid. dude
128,644. ‘The death of an innocent young man.’ (Murder & Hawaii) ibid. lady
128,645. The quiet whisper of the original lie grew to a clamorous din of power politics and racism … The story of the Navy wife and her alleged assailants. (Murder & Hawaii) ibid.
128,646. ‘They had him [Joseph Kahahawai] under threat of a gun and demanded that he confess. At a certain point one of them pulled the trigger and shot Joseph.’ (Murder & Hawaii) ibid. dude
128,647. It made no sense to Darrow’s friends his defending Grace Fortescue … The $30,000 was too enticing. (Murder & Hawaii) ibid.
128,648. Fortescue et al: Guilty. (Murder & Hawaii) ibid.
128,649. After four days of pressure the governor finally caved, agreeing to reduce the sentence from ten years to one hour. (Murder & Hawaii) ibid.