Harvard University's class of 1962 is getting together for its 50th
anniversary and the school's alumni association is providing updates on
all their fellow classmates, including one infamous member, Ted
Kaczynski, the so-called "unabomber".
It's generated both laughter and anger.
"You have freedom of speech but he killed people so it's pretty disgusting to tell you the truth," one man said.
In the directory Kaczynski listed his occupation as "Prisoner".
Under awards he lists: "Eight life sentences".
Kaczynski got his nickname from law enforcement officials because he sent homemade bombs through the mail to universities and airlines between 1978 and 1996.
His bombs killed three people and injured more than a dozen others.
Kaczynski pleaded guilty to all counts and was spared the death penalty.
He's currently serving a life sentence without parole at the federal prison in Florence, Colorado.
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