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Infamous Cabin of Unabomber Saved at Last Minute

The Montana cabin where convicted Unabomber Theodore Kaczynski lived got a mysterious last-minute stay of execution on Thursday, minutes before officials were to destroy the infamous shack. Officials wheeled the 10-by-12 foot wood cabin out of a storage facility outside the California capital Sacramento for a scheduled demolition. Then the firm’s president emerged to say there had been a change of plans, but gave few details. “This cabin will not be dismantled today,” said Randy Turtle, president of SafeStore, the storage company that has had the shack since it was brought from Montana for Kaczynski’s 1998 trial. In an interview on Wednesday she said Kaczynski had transferred ownership of the cabin to a female investigator of his case whom she declined to name. It appears that woman may have had a last-minute change of mind. Full Story

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