Unabomber: The Movie

Unabomber Ted Kaczynski’s brother has a movie deal. The flick will focus on David Kaczynski’s decision to turn his brother in to authorities in 1996, a move which led to the solving of a series of bombings that killed three people and injured 22. David Kaczynski and his wife, Linda Patrik, will be consultants on the film, which will be made by Avnet/Kerner Co. of Los Angeles in conjunction with Disney, but they won’t be paid for the film rights, said Elizabeth Guber Stephen of Avnet/Kerner. David Kaczynski, an Albany social worker, got a $1 million federal reward for turning in his brother. After using some of the money to pay legal fees and taxes on the reward, he used the rest to set up a fund to distribute about $500,000 to victims of crimes committed by paranoid schizophrenics.

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