Original caption: WAS04:CRIME-KACZYNSKI:WASHINGTON,10OCT99 - FILE PHOTO 19APR96 - Confessed Unabomber Ted Kaczynski (C) says his brother David, who turned him in for sending package bombs that killed three people and injured 23 across the United States, should have kept quiet about his suspicions, according to an interview published October 10 in Time Magazine. Kaczynski, now serving a life sentence in a high security federal prison in Colorado, also says he hopes he will die soon because imprisonment is unbearably humiliating. Kaqczynski is shown being taken from Helena federal courthouse in this April 19, 1996 file photo. sv/Photo by Eric Miller REUTERS
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