Between the late 1970s and mid-1990s, a series of package bombs were sent by the Freedom Club to individuals and targets related to technological development.
It was during its last attack that the group published a manifesto entitled “Industrial Society and its Future“, which was circulated in the press at the time, allowing David Kaczynski to collaborate with the police, recognizing in the style of this writing that of his brother Ted Kaczynski, the only member of the Freedom Club.
Since then, Ted has been sentenced to eight consecutive life sentences, without any possibility of parole. After being in various prisons, he finally arrived at the Maximum Security Administrative and Penitentiary Center (ADMAX), also known as “Supermax,” in Colorado, essentially a concrete tomb.
The warden himself, Robert Hood [Wikipedia, citing newspapers, says that R. Hood was just a guard – never mind; NdAtt.], said, “The maximum security prison is life after death… in the long run it is, in my opinion, much worse than death.” For this reason, many people refer to it as the “Alcatraz or Guantanamo of the Rockies”.
On December 14, 2021, Ted was temporarily transferred to a federal medical facility for testing, which triggered a major police operation in the United States. Some time later, in a letter, Ted himself explained the reasons for the hospital transfer.
“Thank you for your loving letter, with a postmark of December 23, 2021, which I received on January 27, 2022. You conclude your letter with: “Get well soon. There is still work to be done.” You are correct. There is work to do. A lot of work to do. In fact, the work is just beginning. But there’s only so much I can do. I’m not going to “get better soon” – or ever – because I have terminal cancer. I can’t expect to live more than two years, outside, and it’s very possible I’ll die in less than a year, so the work will have to be done by younger people.”
To write to him:
USP Florence ADMAX
P.O. Box 8500
Florence, CO 81226 (USA)
Source: Publicacion Refractario