Jeffrey MacDonald Update***
Is Jeffrey MacDonald
guilty of murdering his pregnant wife and 2 young daughters,
in cold blood? Did the government have a compelling case against?
We want you to draw
your own conclusion, based on all the evidence, including what
has been suppressed for many years.
Our exploration on
this topic is about the evidence, the crime scene, witnesses and
experts surrounding this case.
This is about justice
for the victims ... This is about the justice system our government
Crime -- What exactly happened after the MacDonald family
went to bed on that wet, dismal February night?
Crime Scene -- This is where the controversy on this case
begins, at the shocking and tragic scene of the crime.
Evidence -- Evidence is all we have to form an unbiased conclusion
on in this case. Without the evidence there is no case.
MacDonald's Injuries -- An issue of great debate -- was he
seriously injured? Were his wounds self-inflicted? Weigh the professional
opinions and evidence.
Autopsy Report -- Thomas Noguchi, MD, a pathologist was hired
to do an Independent Review of the Autopsy Reports.
Stoeckley -- What part, if any, did she have in the murders?
Kassabs -- Went from being MacDonald's most avid Support er
of his innocence to blaming him for the crimes.
Government's Case Against MacDonald -- The Government's theory
on the deaths.
Polygraph Test -- Performed and evaluated by one of the nation's
Hearings & Trials -- Once again you be the expert on if
you believe justice was served?
Research compiled and
recorded by Christina Masewicz.
Justice: Reinvestigating the Macdonald Murders
by Jerry Allen Potter, Fred Bost -- A well-documented argument
for the other side of the MacDonald case--an argument that the
prosecution mishandled key crime-scene evidence, withheld potentially
exculpatory material, and discounted confessions from other
suspects. The army narrowed in on MacDonald as their prime suspect
early in the investigation, and discouraged the FBI from developing
alternate theories. And the judge, Franklin Dupree Jr. appeared
to have been biased in favor of the prosecution.
From Prosecuting Jeffrey MacDonald to Serving Time to Serving
Tables by James Blackburn, Wade M. Smith -- Story of
prosecution of Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald
for the triple murders of his family. Subsequent fall from grace
from the practice of law, diagnosis fo severe depression, subsequent
imprisonment, and later waiting tables in very public restaurant
Article 32 hearing transcripts
Court transcripts from 1979 trial
The Torturing of an American hero, I accuse
The Ted Gunderson report
Multiple new paper article from Fayetteville
Playboy magazine articles
60 minutes interview with MacDonald
Multiple documentaries of the MacDonald case
The MacDonald case reports