The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site is a compendium of information about the Jeffrey MacDonald case. MacDonald was convicted in 1979 of the murders of his pregnant wife and two small daughters. He is serving three life sentences for that brutal crime.


The Murders of Colette, Kimberley and Kristen MacDonald
 

The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site

February 14, 1991: Affidavit of Alfred (Freddy) Kassab re: Dolls, Hair Pieces/Wigs owned by Colette MacDonald and other household
items with enclosures

 

The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site: February 14, 1991: Affidavit of Alfred (Freddy) Kassab re: Dolls, Hair Pieces/Wigs owned by Colette MacDonald and other household items, p. 1

The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site: February 14, 1991: Affidavit of Alfred (Freddy) Kassab re: Dolls, Hair Pieces/Wigs owned by Colette MacDonald and other household items, p. 2

The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site: February 14, 1991: Affidavit of Alfred (Freddy) Kassab re: Dolls, Hair Pieces/Wigs owned by Colette MacDonald and other household items, p. 3

The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site: February 14, 1991: Affidavit of Alfred (Freddy) Kassab re: Dolls, Hair Pieces/Wigs owned by Colette MacDonald and other household items, p. 4

Note from Christina Masewicz: I have added the following pictures
Colette with Kristen
Note: Colette is wearing a black hat and coat

Colette with Kristen. Note, Colette is wearing a black hat coat

Colette, Kimberley and Kristen at a playground having fun
Note: Colette is wearing a black sweater and a hair piece

Colette, Kimberley and Kristen at a playground having fun

One of Colette's hairpieces
Colette had been wearing hairpieces for while. She had learned to do this from her aunt
who was a hair dresser and who was able to get the type of hairpiece that
Colette wanted.
Below is a hairpiece that was found among Colette's belongings that was returned to
Freddy and Mildred after her murder. Colette worn this hairpiece during the time she
was living at Fort Bragg. There are photos that substantiate that fact.
Permission from Bob Stevenson to use the photo exclusively on this website.

One of Colette's hairpieces

This is a sample I cut from Colette's hairpiece. I took the photo of the hair sample with
 permission from Bob Stevenson to use it exclusively on this website.


Had Colette's parents not kept her hair piece, MacDonald may have successfully argued that
"blond wig hairs," unmatched to any item from the MacDonald household, were found at
  the crime scene. While this would have been  "literally" true, the inference that the
  "blond wig
hairs" established the presence of "intruders" would have been false.
Gratefully MacDonald forgot about Colette's hairpiece or thought it would never turn up.

When the hairpiece was examined, it was found to be composed of a combination of human
hair and modacrylic wig fibers. It was also found that the grey modacrylic wig fibers from
the hairbrush matched the grey modacrylic  wig fibers found in the composition of the
hairpiece. Accordingly, these grey wig fibers were consistent with
having originated from Colette's hairpiece.

Piece of hair cut from Colette hair piece

 

 

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