http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ted_Kaczynski "In the summer of 1969, Kaczynski moved to his parents' small residence in Lombard, Illinois. Two years later, in 1971, he moved into a remote cabin he built himself in Lincoln, Montana, where he lived a simple life on very little money, with no electricity and no running water, feeding himself as a hunter-gatherer. Kaczynski also worked odd jobs and received financial support from his family (including purchasing his land and, without their knowledge, funding his bombing campaign)." Kaczynski lived in this cabin with no electricity and no running water until he was arrested for murder in 1996. Why didn't the authorities with code compliance in Lincoln, Montana evict or arrest Ted Kaczysnki for living in a cabin that didn't have electricity or running water?