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FLORENCE, Colorado — The man known as the ‘Unabomber’ wants to tell his story — with certain conditions.

Ted Kaczynski — who was convicted of terrorizing the country with bombs — sent a hand-written letter to The New Yorker writer Lawrence Wright.

In the letter, Kaczynski wrote, “I am ready to speak to someone from the media regarding my brother’s recent comments and to disucss how they are being used to torment me.”

Kaczynski lists his conditions for granting an interview. They include: “tell me who you are,” “why I should trust you,” and “affirming that you understand that I am NOT mentally ill.”

The letter implies that he has reached out to several reporters and asks them to respond with a list of questions.

Kaczynski killed three people and injured nearly two dozen more by sending bombs through the mail over a two decade span. He was captured in April of 1996 and sentenced to four life terms.

In the letter, Kaczynski refers to his brother, David, who helped investigators identify him as the “Unabomber.”

David Kaczynski is the author of a book called “The Last Tie: The Story of the Unabomber and his Family.” The book details his brother’s struggle with mental illness.