‘Unabomber’ Mail Terrorist Commits Suicide In Prison … Was Harvard Mind-Control Test Subject

From USA Today:  Theodore “Ted” Kaczynski, 81, the man known as the “Unabomber,” died by suicide in custody at a federal prison medical center in North Carolina. He was serving a life sentence after sending a series of homemade bombs by mail around the country over the course of 17 years. He pleaded guilty to setting 16 explosions that killed three people and injured 23 others. His first bomb, which the FBI described as “primitive” went off at a Chicago university in 1978. He went on to send 15 more bombs by mail that mostly targeted scientists. His bombs advanced in their sophistication over the years, authorities said … (click to read more)

From Washington Post:  Kaczynski entered Harvard University as a 16-year-old on a scholarship, after skipping the sixth and 11th grades. It was there that he was subjected to an experiment run by Harvard psychologist Henry A. Murray that was backed by the Central Intelligence Agency. Though he graduated with a mathematics degree, later completing a doctorate in the field before becoming a professor, questions remain over whether — or to what extent — he was affected by the experiment, which reportedly involved mock interrogations in which participants’ beliefs were harshly disparaged … (click to read more)