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.


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July 1, 1996: Jeffrey MacDonald's follow-up letter re: "going home"

I have redacted the name of the person the letter is written per request

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FROM: JEFFREY R. MACDONALD, M.D.

DATE: JULY 1, 1996

****, I wrote to you previously re: your request on "going home." As luck would have it, I just received, via another inmate ("Jim"), a very typical letter from an inmate who has been home for 2 weeks. This particular inmate is white, with one year post-high school education, and he was grievously injured in a shoot-out with a SWAT team. He has a "permanent" huge hole in his left chest/back from shotgun blasts, and his heart is essentially "open" to view through the hole in his back. I used to teach him how to correctly dress the wound. He spent about 7 years in prison and just went home. Note the tone of his letter. He is experiencing what you and I were discussing, including scents.

Note: The story about not having his massive wound properly closed for seven years is amazing. But, in brief, he wanted a 2nd opinion and was scared. So the doctor here interpreted that as "no" and henceforth wouldn't allow surgery. Now he badly needs it.


JRM

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