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

June 30, 1984: Affidavit #4 of Peter Kearns, CID
re: Drs. Brussel and Silverman with Attachments

 

The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site: June 30, 1984: Affidavit #4 of Peter Kearns, CID re: Drs. Brussel and Silverman, p. 1

The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site: June 30, 1984: Affidavit #4 of Peter Kearns, CID re: Drs. Brussel and Silverman, p. 2

The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site: June 30, 1984: Affidavit #4 of Peter Kearns, CID re: Drs. Brussel and Silverman, p. 3

The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site: June 30, 1984: Affidavit #4 of Peter Kearns, CID re: Drs. Brussel and Silverman, p. 4

Attachment #1: April 29, 1971: CID Case Progress File

Attachment #1: April 29, 1971: CID Case Progress File, p . 1

Attachment #1: April 29, 1971: CID Case Progress File, p . 2

Attachment #1: April 29, 1971: CID Case Progress File, p . 3

Attachment #1: April 29, 1971: CID Case Progress File, p . 4

Attachment #1: April 29, 1971: CID Case Progress File, p . 5

Attachment #1: April 29, 1971: CID Case Progress File, p . 6

Attachment #1: April 29, 1971: CID Case Progress File, p . 7

Attachment #1: April 29, 1971: CID Case Progress File, p . 8

Attachment #2: May 17, 1971: CID Case Progress File and other Miscellaneous Documents

Attachment #2: May 17, 1971: CID Case Progress File

Note from Christina Masewicz: The next 3 pages are not very plain, but they are the best copies available

Attachment #2: May 17, 1971: Other Miscellaneous Documents, p. 2

Attachment #2: May 17, 1971: Other Miscellaneous Documents, p. 3

Attachment #2: May 17, 1971: Other Miscellaneous Documents, p. 4

Attachment #3: May 20, 1971: Letter from Bernard Segal to Colonel Jack Pruett

Attachment #3: May 20, 1971: Letter from Bernard Segal to Colonel Jack Pruett, p. 1

Attachment #3: May 20, 1971: Letter from Bernard Segal to Colonel Jack Pruett, p. 2

Attachment #4: March 31, 1972: Statement of Darrell Jack Bennett (CID)
re: Jeffrey MacDonald and Bernard Segal

Translation of the page below following the scanned copy

Attachment #4: March 31, 1972: Statement of Darrell Jack Bennett (CID) re: Jeffrey MacDonald and Bernard Segal, p. 1

Attachment #4: March 31, 1972: Statement of Darrell Jack Bennett (CID) re: Jeffrey MacDonald and Bernard Segal, p. 2

Translation of the above page as I read it to be
(Spelling, punctuation and grammar preserved)

This statement is intended to amplify efforts by the USACIDC to solicit the cooperation and assistance of Dr. MacDonald and his counsel, Mr. Bernard Segal, Esquire of Philadelphia, PA. On Numerous occasions prior to 2 Apr 71, USACIDC personnel orally requested certain information and documentation necessary to be successful completion of this investigation and, on as many occasions, MacDonald and Segal refused to provide the requested material. On 20 Mar 71, Segal advised USACIDC personnel that he would like each specific request for information, documentation or other material to be forwarded to him in letter form and he would take each request into consideration. Consequently, on 2 Apr 71, six letters were forwarded to Segal at his Philadelphia office outlining the specific material requested. The first letter requested the original notes, or copies thereof, of Dr. MacDONALD's detailed account of what had occurred at the crime scene on 16-17 Feb 70. These notes were handwritten by MacDONALD during the period 6-9 Apr 70 and may be the factual account of what actually happened. The second letter requested that MacDonald be made available for the taking of additional hair samples. The third letter requested photographs or drawings of two rings that MacDONALD claimed were missing from the crime scene. The fourth letter requested that MacDONALD submit to a polygraph examination. The fifth letter requested a copy of a drawing depicting MacDONALD's wounds that were inflicted on 16-17 Feb 70, and/or copies of photographs of his wounds. The last letter was a specific request that MacDONALD's mother and brother be made availabe for interviews and that hair samples and fingerprints be obtained from them both. No reply was received. On 7 Apr 71, a letter from the Commander, USACIDA, was forwarded to the Chief, Psychiatry Services, Walter Reed General Hospital, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC requesting that all psychological reports, Rorahach tests, tape recordings of interview sessions, raw data and other related data pertaining to MacDONALD's psychiatric examination be made available USCIDA personnel for review by experts in the field. No response was forthcoming. Meanwhile, Segal orally requested from USACIDA a letter explaining to him who would be the experts to review the psychiatric data if it was made availabe. In a letter dated 17 May 71, USACIDA provided Segal with the information he requested. In the interim, during an interview of MacDONALD and proposed interview of his mother and brother at New York City, oral requests were made for fingerprints and hair samples, and again for Dr. MacDONALD to submit to a polygraph examination. Segal advised at that time that there would be no hair samples or fingerprints, and reiterated that Dr. MacDONALD would not submit to a polygraph examination. On 20 May 71, Segal advised USACIDA by letter that there would be no further cooperation by him, by MacDONALD, or by MacDONALD's mother and brother until such time as they are convinced that the CID is taking positive steps to identify and apprehend the "real Killers". As of the date of this letter, none of the requested material has been received. DB

End of statement

 

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