Title: FBI agent suspended without pay for taking antlers from Kaczynski's cabin
Topic: News Stories
Date: 6 May 1998
Source: The Billings Gazette, 6 May 1998, Page 4. <newspapers.com/newspage/409841621/>

BOSTON (AP) A Boston FBI agent was suspended without pay for 21 days for taking antlers from outside the cabin of Theodore Kaczynski, the Boston Herald reported Tuesday. John Newton, 49, an agent for 18 years, said he did nothing wrong as he guarded the cabin near Lincoln, Mont. He said he found the eight-foot horns in the trash and returned them as soon as he knew someone was looking for them. Newton was among agents sent to Montana to protect the cabin from being looted or vandalized. The Herald, citing records obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, said he planned to hang the horns in his hunting camp in New Hampshire.

The Herald said it was Kaczynski who noticed the antlers were missing, notifying his lawyers.