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

May 21, 1991: Supplemental Affidavit of FBI SA Michael Malone,
Senior Examiner of HFU FBI Lab re: Synthetic Fibers
 

The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site: May 21, 1991: Supplemental affidavit of FBI SA Michael Malone, Senior Examiner of HFU FBI Lab re: Synthetic Fibers, p. 1

The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site: May 21, 1991: Supplemental affidavit of FBI SA Michael Malone, Senior Examiner of HFU FBI Lab re: Synthetic Fibers, p. 2

The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site: May 21, 1991: Supplemental affidavit of FBI SA Michael Malone, Senior Examiner of HFU FBI Lab re: Synthetic Fibers, p. 3

The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site: May 21, 1991: Supplemental affidavit of FBI SA Michael Malone, Senior Examiner of HFU FBI Lab re: Synthetic Fibers, p. 4

Note from Christina Masewicz:  Below, page 5 of this document is somewhat difficult to read. Translation of the page follows the scanned copy

The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site: May 21, 1991: Supplemental affidavit of FBI SA Michael Malone, Senior Examiner of HFU FBI Lab re: Synthetic Fibers, p. 5

Translation of the body of text of page 5 as I read it to be

page 5

simply stated, the theory explains that the Hairs and fibers found on an individual are reflective of their most recent and immediate surroundings. This principle is particularly applicable to situations in which a body is in physical contact with an object such as a residential or automobile carpet. Based upon my review of the evidence, including crime scene photos, it is indisputable that Colette MacDonald's body was last in contact with with the shag rug in the master bedroom. Based upon my experience and training as a hair and fiber examiner, it is my opinion that rugs are conductive to the transfer and retention of foreign fibers. Further, since woolen fibers possess an outer layer of scales, they are among the fibers most readily transferable to surfaces such as rugs.

          Further your affiant sayeth not:
 

Exhibits

Exhibit 1:  Excerpt from Introductory Textile Science, by Marjory L. Joseph

Exhibit 1:  Excerpt from Introductory Textile Science, by Marjory L. Joseph, p. 1

Exhibit 1:  Excerpt from Introductory Textile Science, by Marjory L. Joseph, p. 2

Exhibit 1:  Excerpt from Introductory Textile Science, by Marjory L. Joseph, p. 3

Exhibit 2:  Excerpt from The Modern Textile Dictionary, Fully Revised and Expanded by George E. Linton, Ph.D.

Exhibit 2: Excerpt from The Modern Textile Dictionary, Fully Revised and Expanded by George E. Linton, Ph.D., p. 1

Exhibit 2: Excerpt from The Modern Textile Dictionary, Fully Revised and Expanded by George E. Linton, Ph.D., p. 2

Exhibit 2: Excerpt from The Modern Textile Dictionary, Fully Revised and Expanded by George E. Linton, Ph.D., p. 3

Exhibit 3:  Excerpt from Man-Made Textile Encyclopedia, Edited by J. J. Press, United States Navy Clothing and Textile Research Laboratory

Exhibit 3: Excerpt from Man-Made Textile Encyclopedia, Edited by J. J. Press, United States Navy Clothing and Textile Research Laboratory, p. 1

Exhibit 3: Excerpt from Man-Made Textile Encyclopedia, Edited by J. J. Press, United States Navy Clothing and Textile Research Laboratory, p. 2

Exhibit 3: Excerpt from Man-Made Textile Encyclopedia, Edited by J. J. Press, United States Navy Clothing and Textile Research Laboratory, p. 3

Exhibit 4:  Excerpt from Manufactured Fiber

Exhibit 4: Excerpt from Manufactured Fiber, p. 1

Exhibit 4: Excerpt from Manufactured Fiber, p. 2

Exhibit 4: Excerpt from Manufactured Fiber, p. 3

Exhibit 5:  Excerpt from The Condensed Chemical Dictionary, Tenth Edition, Revised by Gessner G. Hawley

Exhibit 5: Excerpt from The Condensed Chemical Dictionary, Tenth Edition, Revised by Gessner G. Hawley, p. 1

Exhibit 5: Excerpt from The Condensed Chemical Dictionary, Tenth Edition, Revised by Gessner G. Hawley, p. 2

Exhibit 5: Excerpt from The Condensed Chemical Dictionary, Tenth Edition, Revised by Gessner G. Hawley, p. 3

Exhibit 6: Matthews' Textile Fibers - Their Physical, Microscopic, and Chemical Properties, Sixth Edition
Prepared by a Staff of Specialists under the Editorship of Herbert R. Mauersberger

Exhibit 6:  Matthews' Textile Fibers - Their Physical, Microscopic, and Chemical Properties, Sixth Edition, p. 1

Exhibit 6:  Matthews' Textile Fibers - Their Physical, Microscopic, and Chemical Properties, Sixth Edition, p. 2

 

 

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