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Maybe Jeffrey MacDonald was innocent after all | Salon.com

Jeffrey MacDonald, a Princeton-educated Green Beret doctor with no history of violence and a sterling record, butchered his pregnant wife and two young daughters using a …

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After 35 years, 'Fatal Vision' author, killer meet again | CNN

Author Joe McGinniss wrote about Jeffrey MacDonald in 'Fatal Vision' Former Green Beret doctor was convicted in 1979 of killing pregnant wife, daughters. MacDonald maintains his innocence, accuses ...

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Jeffrey MacDonald murder case: Loses appeal, updates on ...

Jeffrey MacDonald, the former Green Beret doctor, was convicted of brutally murdering his wife and children more than 50 years ago.

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Reckless Speculation about Jeffrey MacDonald - Crime Traveller

Reckless Speculation about Jeffrey MacDonald. Jeffrey MacDonald was convicted of murdering his family in 1979. Serving homicide investigator and author Barney Doyle asks you to join him as he reviews the evidence to examine the truth in this case. Jeffrey MacDonald was an Ivy-League-educated surgeon and a Green Beret.

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Killer Wins Settlement on 'Fatal Vision' - Los Angeles Times

Jeffrey MacDonald, the former Army Green Beret and physician convicted of the bloody murders of his wife and two young daughters, won a $325,000 …

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How I Changed My Mind About the Jeffrey MacDonald Murder ...

Jeffrey MacDonald, a Princeton-educated Green Beret doctor with no history of violence and a sterling record, butchered his pregnant wife and two young daughters using a …

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Jeffrey MacDonald | Murderpedia, the encyclopedia of murderers

Dr. Jeffrey Robert MacDonald (Born: October 12, 1943), also known as the Green Beret Killer, was a former member of the elite military unit, who was tried and convicted in 1979 for the Feburary 1970 murders of his pregnant wife and two daughters The murders. In the early morning hours of February 17, 1970, a brutal multiple homicide took place in the house of Jeffrey MacDonald…

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Elderly and ill, Jeffrey MacDonald wants judge to grant ...

MacDonald, both a medical doctor and Green Beret, had a lung-puncturing stab wound in the chest. He told investigators he and his family had been slain by …

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Did Jeffrey MacDonald Really Kill His Pregnant Wife And ...

Former Green Beret Army doctor Jeffrey MacDonald was convicted in 1979 of killing his pregnant wife and daughters in 1970, but he says he didn't do it. At 3:42 a.m. on February 17, 1970, Jeffrey MacDonald called the police claiming that a group …

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Former Green Beret Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald was obsessed by ...

RALEIGH, N.C. -- Former Green Beret Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald was obsessed by a secret woman-hating rage that, unleashed by diet drugs, drove him to kill his pregnant wife and two young daughters in ...

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Did he do it? New documentary series re-examines the ...

New documentary series re-examines the Jeffrey MacDonald murder case. Brooke Cain The (Raleigh) News & Observer ... MacDonald is the former Green Beret doctor convicted of …

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Jeffrey MacDonald and "The Green Beret Murders" - YouTube

Army Captain and doctor, J.MacDonald was accused of murdering his entire family in 1979 based on blood evidence. This is a reenactment of the crime scene. I ...

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The Jeffrey MacDonald Case: Fatal Conviction? by Resa LaRu ...

The Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald Case: Fatal Conviction? Were the "Green Beret Murders" really the "Green Beret Set-up?" [Editor's Note: As of March 21, 2007, Jeffrey MacDoanld has been in prison for 27 years and seven months for crimes he did not commit.By pure chance, I caught part of a 48 Hours Mystery segment this past Saturday, March 17, 2007, on Jeffrey MacDonald. as the murderer …

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Jeffrey MacDonald | Unsolved Mysteries Wiki | Fandom

Jeffrey MacDonald. Real Name: Jeffrey MacDonald Case: Appeal Date: February 17, 1970 Location: Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, North Carolina Case []. Details: Jeffrey MacDonald has been at the center of one of the most infamous murder trials in the twentieth century. He and his wife, Colette, had been high school sweethearts from Long Island, New York.They were married during his junior year at ...

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5 Things to Know About the Case of Green Beret Surgeon ...

Green Beret Convicted of Killing His Family Could Walk Free If He Admits Guilt – But Wants to Be 'Vindicated'. Jeffrey MacDonald, convicted of murdering his wife and two children in …

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Case Study - Green Beret Murders (Case of Dr. Jeffrey ...

Case Name: Green Beret Murders (Case of Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald) Date crime occurred: Feb. 12, 1970 Persons of Interest named in the investigation and relationship to the victim(s): Kimber and Kristen = daughters of Colette MacDonald Capt. Jeffrey Macdonald = father of Kimberly and Kristen and Husband od Colette MacDonald Summary of crime ...

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'Fatal Vision' killer Jeffrey MacDonald wants judge to ...

MacDonald, both a medical doctor and Green Beret, had a lung-puncturing stab wound in the chest. He told investigators he and his family had been slain by …

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Did Jeffrey MacDonald Kill His Family or Was He the Victim ...

Army surgeon MacDonald, who suffered a punctured lung, told police that drug-crazed hippies slaughtered his family. The Green Beret captain recalled a woman chanting "acid is groovy… kill the pigs," and fighting three male assailants before …

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Notorious North Carolina crimes: Jeffrey MacDonald ...

From a Green Beret in the 1970s to a missing and murdered little , here are killings that captured international attention. ... 1970: Jeffrey MacDonald murders on Fort Bragg.

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Jeffrey MacDonald | Photos | Murderpedia, the encyclopedia ...

Jeff joins the Special Forces (Green Berets) as a Group Surgeon and the family lives on post at Fort Bragg, NC. Captain Jeffrey MacDonald, Fort Bragg, NC 1969. MacDonald is shown here in a 1970 file photo. Tragedy Strikes: February, 1970

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Dr Jeffrey MacDonald: The Green Beret Killings | Great ...

In the early morning hours of 17 February 1970, US Army MPs responded to an emergency phone call from the house of Jeffrey MacDonald. When they arrived, they...

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The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site: Chronology, part 1

Jeffrey MacDonald arrived at Fort Bragg with the rank of Captain. He was assigned to the Green Berets as Group Surgeon to the 3rd Special Forces Group. Approximately three months later that group was disbanded and he was assigned to the 6th …

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Where is Jeff MacDonald now? – Richardvigilantebooks.com

Who was killed in the Green Beret murders? A military court sentenced Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant Mario A. Madera-Rodriguez to 6 months of confinement, a reduction in rank, and an additional 90 days of hard labor for his involvement in an array of crimes connected to the 2017 death of Army Green Beret Logan Melgar.

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Jeffrey Macdonald: The Green Beret Killer | ipl.org

Jeffrey Robert MacDonald, born on October 12, 1943 in Jamaica, New York, and is still living today at the age of 72 years old is known as "The Green Beret Killer". His parents were Robert and Dorothy MacDonald, and he was the second of their three children. He had an older brother named Jay, and a younger sister named Judy.

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Did Jeffrey MacDonald Really Kill His Pregnant Wife And ...

Former Green Beret Army doctor Jeffrey MacDonald was convicted in 1979 of killing his pregnant wife and daughters in 1970, but he says he didn't do it. At 3:42 a.m. on February 17, 1970, Jeffrey MacDonald called the police claiming that a group of drug-crazed hippies broke into his home.

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