The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 6, 1996 · Page 6
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 6

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, October 6, 1996
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A8 J3UNDAY. OCTOBER 6. 1996 NATION THE SAUNA JOURNAL ;T UNABOMBER CASE Suspect's brother to aid defense Legislation to restructure intelligence gathering •David Kaczynski to quit tils job as employee at New York youth shelter By The Associated Press ^SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — Mieodore Kaczynski's brother, Sifcho gave authorities the initial ,*tip that led to the Unabomber sus- •pect's arrest, plans to quit his job at a youth shelter to help with the defense. David Kaczynski, in an interview Saturday in The Daily Gazette of Schenectady, said he has "grown increasingly aware that my role in attempting to defend and protect my brother is in itself a full-time job." He wrote a memo to co-workers saying he would step down as assistant director of the Equinox Youth Shelter in Albany because "I'vCannot go on indefinitely juggling my work and my personal responsibilities and expect to fulfill them both." "I cannot go on indefinitely juggling my work and my personal responsibilities and expect to fulfill them both." David Kaczynski brother of Unabomber suspect Kaczynski, 46, Schenectady, said he instead will work part- time at the shelter. David Kaczynski was instrumental in leading authorities to their first real break in the Un- abomber case. After The New York Times and The Washington Post published the Unabomber's 35,000-word manifesto, Kaczynski recognized his brother's writing style and tipped investigators. His brother was arrested at his Montana cabin in April. David Kaczynski refused to discuss his life since his brother's arrest, or how he will go about trying to help defend Theodore, who has refused contact with his family since his arrest. "Every time I talk about it, I relive it a little bit," David Kaczynski said. Theodore Kaczynski, 54, is being held in a federal prison in Sacramento, Calif. The former Berkeley math professor has been charged in all three deaths attributed to the Unabomber and with eight bombings in six states that left 23 injured over 18 years. Two of the deaths were in California and one in New Jersey. Federal prosecutors in both states have not said whether they will seek the death penalty. Anthony Bisceglie, the lawyer for David Kaczynski, has filed a request with the U.S. Department of Justice that the death penalty not be sought. Home Health Care For Your Special Needs Our Services Include: • Skilled Nursing • Medication Monitoring • Personal Care • Physical Occupational & Speech Therapy • Homemaker Services •IV Therapy Serving Salina and 100 Mile Radius Medicare & Medicaid Certified Congratulations Kansas Care Staff For Achieving A Deficiency Free State Survey! AJ-lome HealthAgeiKy 712 South Ohio Salina, KS (913) 825-8500 1-800-875-8510 By The Associated Press CHAUTAUQUA, N.Y. — President Clinton will sign a bill requiring modest changes in the U.S. intelligence community, despite the CIA director's objection to one of its provisions, officials said Saturday. The officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the bill satisfies Clinton's desire to restructure intelligence-gathering agencies in light of post-Cold Wai- threats. The bill: • Gives the FBI power to subpoena local telephone records. • Authorizes the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Security Agency to collect data on foreign citizens for U.S. investiga- tions. • Requires Senate confirmation of the CIA's general counsel. That is meant to prevent political influence over a position designed to block illegal covert operations. • Prohibits federal employment of senior intelligence officials for three years after their departure from government. 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