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The Jeffrey MacDonald Case: Fatal Conviction? by Resa …

 · 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 of his ...

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Where Is Jeffrey MacDonald Now? | True Crime Buzz

 · MacDonald, now 77, remains incarcerated at FCI Cumberland, a medium security federal correctional institution in Maryland, according to online records from the Federal Bureau of Prisons. The once popular physician and Green Beret surgeon is …

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PUBLISHED - United States Court of Appeals for the …

 · In 1984, MacDonald filed his first motion for postconviction relief, seeking a writ of habeas corpus under 28 U.S.C. § 2255 and a new trial pursuant to Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 33. The district court denied relief, see United States v. MacDonald, 640 F. Supp. 286 (E.D.N.C. 1985), and we affirmed, see United States v. MacDonald,

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

 · Former Green Beret Jeffrey MacDonald claimed that a gang of acid-crazed Manson Family copycats brutally murdered his pregnant wife and two daughters in 1970, but then he was found guilty. Steve Liss/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty Images Jeffrey MacDonald behind bars in Terminal Island federal penitentiary.

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Jeffrey R MacDonald: Everything You'll Ever Need to Know …

 · In July 1974 a grand jury was impaneled in the Eastern District of North Carolina to hear the case against former Green Beret Army Captain Jeffrey R MacDonald. This case would be heard by 23 randomly selected citizens of North Carolina. MacDonald was called as the first witness to testify and he did so on August 12, 1974.

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The Truth About Jeffrey MacDonald's Relationship With …

 · By late 1969, Jeffrey MacDonald was a Green Beret and an Army surgeon. As reported by People, Colette was taking night classes to further her education. However, the family had a reasonably "normal schedule," and Jeffrey was able to be home on nights and weekends.

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The MacDonald murders (extremely graphic) – Horror …

 · Jeffrey MacDonald, a doctor and green beret, claimed he managed to survive the attack: he had a small, clean cut, a partially collapsed lung, and some bruises. When questioned, he claimed he had fallen asleep on the couch after Kristen had wet his side of the bed during the night. He awoke to "hippies," 2 white men, 1 black man, and 1 white ...

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The Tragic Case of Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald

The Dr. MacDonald Case. Captain Jeffrey R. MacDonald, a U.S. Army Special Forces Green Beret medical doctor was pronounced guilty of staging the death of his pregnant wife, Colette, and two young daughters, Kimberly 5 and 2-year-old Kristen in their family home on Fort Bragg Army Base, Fayetteville, North Carolina in the early hours of February ...

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Jeffrey Macdonald: The Green Beret Killer | ipl.org

Jeffrey Macdonald: The Green Beret Killer. 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.

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