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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Bob Stevenson
September 2012, Wilmington
(L-R) Brian Murtagh, Christina Masewicz, John Bruce and John DePue

 

 

 

Bob Stevenson


 

2012: Taken at the evidentiary hearing in Wilmington, North Carolina
 

(L-R) Brian Murtagh, Christina Masewicz, John Bruce and John DePue
 

Brian Murtagh, John Bruce and John DePue
News crew in front of the of the COA building
(L-R) Jack Crawley, Jim Blackburn, Brian Murtagh and Bill Ivory

(L-R) Brian Murtagh, John Bruce and John DePue

 

News crew in front of the of the COA building

 

(L-R)Jack Crawley, Jim Blackburn, Brian Murtagh
 and Bill Ivory
 

Bill Ivory (CID retired)
Bob Stevenson, Peter Kearns and Bill Ivory
BOQ

Bill Ivory, (CID retired)
Inducted into the CID Hall of Fame in 2007


 

Bob Stevenson, Peter Kearns and Bill Ivory



 

BOQ where MacDonald
 was held under house arrest in 1970


 

Park next to the BOQ
Peter Kearns
Some of the re-investigation

Park next to the BOQ MacDonald was held
under house arrest. This
is where he met Linda,
the woman he had an
affair after the murders
and during the Article 32 hearing.
 

The late Peter Kearns,
Lead CID investigator
during the re-investigation





 

Freddy and Mildred
with some of the
re-investigation
team, 1974 during
the Grand Jury hearing



 

Judge Franklin D. Dupree, Jr.
Helena Stoeckley and Jimmy Britt
Helena Stoeckley with her brother Clarence

Judge Franklin Dupree
1979 trial


 

Helena Stoeckley
and Jimmy Britt,
August 17, 1979

 

Helena Stoeckley and brother Clarence, 1968 school picture

 

Ken Mica
Colonel Robert Kriwanek
Re-investigating team

Kenneth Mica, one of the first MPs to enter the crime scene


 

Colonel Robert Kriwanek, Provost Marshal at
Fort Bragg during a 1970 news conference

 

Re-investigating team
(L-R) Mike Pickering,
Peter Kearns,
Dick Mahon
and Bill Ivory
 

Dennis Eisman and MacDonald
Prosecutors Brian Murtagh and James Blackburn
WadeSmith and Bernard Segal

Dennis Eisman and MacDonald 1970, the
day after MacDonald
was taken into custody
to obtain hair samples

 

Prosecutors Brian Murtagh and James Blackburn at a news conference 1979



 

Defense attorneys Wade Smith (L) and Bernard Segal (R) in the room assigned to them in the Raleigh court house during the 1979 trial
 

Brian Murtagh, 1979
Where Helena Stoeckley lived in 1970
Dorothy MacDonald

Prosecutor
Brian Murtagh, 1979

 

The apartment where
Helena Stoeckley lived in 1970 was in this house
 

Dorothy MacDonald


 

Brian Murtagh and James Blackburn
Helena Stoeckley andJimmy Britt
Greg Mitchell and army buddies

Prosecutors Brian Murtagh and James Blackburn at a news conference 1979
 

Helena Stoeckley
and Jimmy Britt,
August 17, 1979
 

Greg Mitchell
(3rd from left)
and army buddies
 

Joe McGinniss 2012

1993-3-jsb

James Blackburn

Joe McGinniss,
author of Fatal Vision

 

1993: Wade Smith, Jim Blackburn and Joe McGinniss
 

Prosecutor
James Blackburn, 1979

 

Wade Smith
1979: Freddy and Mildred Kassab
Paul Stombaugh (FBI)

Wade Smith, one of the defense attorneys during the 1979 trial
 

Freddy and Mildred
 Kassab being interview
 by the press
 

Paul Stombaugh (FBI) during the 1979 trial

 

Kiss Me Deadly
The Potters, Bartoli and MacDonald
Jim Blackburn

Kiss Me Deadly
  by Mickey Spillane

 

(L-R)Jerry and Prebble Potter, Lucia Bartoli and Jeffrey MacDonald
 

James Blackburn,
2012

 

Jeffrey MacDonald and his girlfriend Shelly
Bernanrd Segal
MacDonald, his mother, Dorothy and brother, Jay

Jeffrey and His girlfriend Shelly on his boat at his condo in Huntington Beach, California
 

Defense attorney
Bernard Segal 1979


 

(L-R) Jeffrey MacDonald, his mother, Dorothy
(Perry) and his
brother, Jay

 

Freddy and Mildred Kassab
Ted Gunderson
Happy times spent with good freinds

Freddy and Mildred Kassab leaving the court house after the verdict in 1979
 

Ted Gunderson
(FBI retired) deceased

 

Peter Kearns, his wife Gladys and Christina Masewicz
 

Dennis Eisman and Bernard Segal

Article 32 building
Article 32 building

Dennis Eisman and
Bernard Segal after altercation of MacDonald being taken into custody to secure hair samples from his person
 

Building where the Article 32 hearing was held the
summer of 1970




 

Front entrance to the building where the Article 32 hearing was held the summer of 1970


 

Helena Stoeckley
John Thornton
Greg Mitchell

Helena Stoeckley in 1970


 

Dr. John Thornton
Defense expert witness
at 1979 trial

 

Greg Mitchell


 

Drawings of the alleged intruders
Hobby horse
Old Womack Army Hospital

Drawings of the alleged intruders


 

Picture taken through
the window of Kristen's bedroom by a reporter:
February 17, 1970
 

MacDonald and his
family were taken
here to Old Womack
Army Hospital
February 17, 1970

Brian Murtagh, 1979
News article
Wade Smith, 1979

Brian Murtagh, 1979
co-government attorney,
U.S. vs. Jeffrey MacDonald
 

Picture taken the window
of Kristen's bedroom by a reporter
 

Wade  Smith, co-defense attorney, 1979

 

February 17, 1970: Newspaper headline
MacDonald charged with murder
February 21, 1970: MacDonald attends the funeral of his family

February 17, 1970: Newspaper headline re:
 the MacDonald murders





 

On May 1, 1970, the Army formally charged Jeff with
 the murders of his family





 

On February 21, 1970 MacDonald received
a pass to attend the
funeral of Colette, Kimberley and Kristen
at the John F. Kennedy Center Chapel in Fort Bragg
 

Freddy Kassab and MacDonald during the Article 32 hearing
1970: MacDonald and his mother, Dorothy
Freddy and Mildred Kassab

Freddy Kassab and MacDonald during
the Article 32 hearing
 

MacDonald and his mother, Dorothy (Perry) during the Article 32 hearing
 

Freddy and Mildred Kassab

 

Album of the musical Hair
One of Colette’s hairpieces
Sample of Colette’s hairpieces

Hair, the long-playing record album was found
on the MacDonald's stereo
turntable
 

One of Colette's hairpieces



 

Sample of Colette's hairpieces


 

Freddy and Mildred
Feb. 21, 1970: Colette, Kimberley and Kristen's caskets

Freddy and Mildred
Kassab, first day of
the trial July 19, 1979

February 21, 1970:
 Colette, Kimberley and Kristen's caskets being carried into the John F. Kennedy Center Chapel

 

 

 Transcripts  -  Scanned Documents  -  Contact   -  Scholarship Fund  -  Christina's Corner
New Upload  -  Photo Pages  -  Bob Stevenson Answers Your Questions  -  Claims vs. Facts
CID Records  -  FBI Records  -  April 6, 1970 Interview   -  Article 32 Hearing  -  Affidavits
Psychiatric/Psychological Data  -  Grand Jury Transcripts  -  1979 Trial Transcripts
MD License Revoked  -  Parole Hearing  -  DNA Results  -  Court Records 1970-1999
Court Records 2004-2013  -  Mildred Kassab sues MacDonald   -  Resource Page
 Chronology  -  July 23-24, 1970: John Cummings' exclusive interview with MacDonald
Kassab's Work  -  1987: MacDonald v. McGinniss

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