On this day in history, Unabomber's manifesto was published in the media, September 19, 1995

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Families of Killers: How the Unabomber's Brother Turned Him In

On September 19th in 1995, The New York Times and The New York Post published the Unabomber's manifesto in compliance of his terms to effectively end his anonymous bombing attacks. David Kaczynski identified the writing style as that of his brother, Ted, and notified the FBI. Ted Kaczynski was sentenced to life in prison.

Other Events on September 19th:
1957: The first US underground nuclear test was conducted in Nevada.
1970: "The Mary Tyler Moore show" debuted on CBS.
1985: An 8.1 magnitude earthquake shook Mexico City, killing 10,000 people and injuring 30,000 more.
1990: Martin Scorsese's "Goodfellas" was released in theaters.
2013: The Washington Navy Yard reopened, 3 days after the fatal shooting attack.

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