FREDDY KASSAB WORK FOR JUSTICE
A lot of what is in this section is Freddy's personal notes, communications or things sent to Freddy. These items
are private and belong to the family. If they are on
other website(s), they are there without
Freddy and Mildred, having been on both sides, first believing their son-in-law's story and doing everything they could to help him and then coming to realize that the boy they had known since he was eleven or twelve years old was the one who murdered their beloved daughter and two grandchildren. Their hearts were broken, they had come to love him as one of their own.
Freddy was a very persistent man, he once stated that he had the "patience of Job", and that he did. He fought for 9½ years to bring Jeffrey MacDonald to trial. Freddy and Mildred were never
the same. They both passed in 1994.
The following represents a small part of the work that Freddy did in the beginning trying to help MacDonald, and his tenaciousness that helped to bring him to justice.
Freddy Kassab thoughts about Jeffrey MacDonald
and the "4 Intruders"
- April 25, 1970: Freddy Kassab's letter to Colonel Francis Kane in support of Jeffrey MacDonald
- July 9, 1970: Freddy Kassab's telegram to Senator Jacob Javits
- July 20, 1970: Freddy Kassab's telegram to the President of the United States re: getting the Article 32 hearing open to the public
- August 3, 1970: Freddy Kassab's letter to Major General Kenneth J. Hodson, JAG re: getting the Article 32 hearing open to the public
- October 23, 1970: Freddy Kassab's Telegram to Lieutenant General John Tolson re: Article 32 decision
- October 29, 1970: Freddy Kassab's letter to Colonel Hervey Keator re: Investigation of the Case
- November 17, 1970: Freddy Kassab's telegram to Lieutenant General John Tolson Requesting Information
- November 17, 1970: Freddy Kassab's letter to the FBI re: status in the case
- November 19, 1970: Letter from Jeffrey MacDonald to Freddy Kassab
- November 23, 1970: Lieutenant General John Tolson's letter to Freddy Kassab
- December 5, 1970: Freddy Kassab's letter to Deputy General Counsel of the Army with Attachments
- December 28, 1970: Captain James Douthat's statement to the CID
- December 1970: Freddy Kassab writes Congress/Senate in support of MacDonald
- 1970: Kassab - Malley allegations
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