ADDED: The CNN breaking news link died... presumably because there's a whole article now. It doesn't look as thought there's any special focus on Kaczynski in the old Tylenol case. Kaczynski is trying to stop an auction of his property, most notably the handwritten copy of his manifesto, and the papers he filed in court about that revealed that the FBI wanted his DNA. An FBI spokeswoman says the FBI wants DNA from "numerous individuals" in its efforts to solve the old murder case.
In case you'd like to read the manifesto, you can. And here's some more info on the big auction:
The GSA is used to auctioning off diamonds and Lamborghinis, beach-front condos and well-appointed mansions seized from Wall Street fraudsters and drug traffickers. It sometimes hires private auctioneers to conduct the sale. Bernard L. Madoff’s wine cellar went on sale yesterday, also online, with proceeds to be distributed to his Ponzi scheme victims.AND: Here's the auction.
When the bad guy is a recluse who lived in a 10-by-12-foot cabin in the Montana woods, picked berries and hunted woodland creatures for food, no Bentleys turn up. The government does the best it can.
Hence Kaczynski’s handwritten instructions on how “to make reindeer moss edible” is available for purchase.
Not available are instructions or materials for making bombs, nor his guns. His cabin’s out, too, as it’s on display at the Newseum in Washington, D.C....
At the end of the first day, the highest bid for the hand- written Manifesto stood at $10,050, making it the most valuable item. The hoodie and sunglasses were next at $3,125.