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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1970: Fort Bragg Information Map Posted at the Visitors Information Center

1970: Fort Bragg Information Map Posted at the Visitors Information Center

February 21, 1970: Jeffrey MacDonald being escorted by MP and CID SA Jim Reeves

February 21, 1970: Jeffrey MacDonald being escorted by MP and CID SA Jim Reeves

February 18, 1970: CID SA Bill Ivory with arm on screen door of 544 Castle Drive
with Hilyard Medlin

February 18, 1970: CID SA Bill Ivory with arm on screen door of 544 Castle Drive with Hilyard Medlin

Jeffrey MacDonald with his mother, Dorothy during the 1970 Article 32 hearing

Jeffrey MacDonald with his mother, Dorothy during the 1970 Article 32 hearing

Jeffrey MacDonald with Dennis Eisman's son during the 1970 Article 32 hearing

Jeffrey MacDonald with Dennis Eisman's son during the 1970 Article 32 hearing

Jeffrey MacDonald in his BOQ, 1970

Jeffrey MacDonald in his BOQ, 1970

1970: Jeffrey MacDonald in his BOQ showing off what he called his "fan mail", some
even with marriage proposals

1970: Jeffrey MacDonald in his BOQ showing off what he called his "fan mail", some even with marriage proposals

Bernard Segal and Jeffrey MacDonald with Dorothy MacDonald (MacDonald's mother with
the purse) in the background arriving at the Federal Courthouse in Raleigh for the 1979 trial

Bernard Segal and Jeffrey MacDonald with Dorothy MacDonald

Jeffrey MacDonald during the 1979 trial

Jeffrey MacDonald during the 1979 trial

Bernard Segal during the 1979 trial

Bernard Segal during the 1979 trial

Joe McGinniss (author of Fatal Vision) during the 1979 trial

Joe McGinniss (author of Fatal Vision) during the 1979 trial

544 Castle Drive as it appeared in 1979. Prior to the arrival of the jurors, some of the outside boards over the windows were removed to allow adequate lighting inside.

544 Castle Drive as it appeared in 1979. Prior to the arrival of the jurors, some of the outside boards over the windows were removed to allow adequate lighting inside.

Jim Blackburn with sun glasses on, Bernard Segal and Jeffrey MacDonald out side 544 Castle Drive during the 1979 trial.

Jim Blackburn with sun glasses on, Bernard Segal and Jeffrey MacDonald out side 544 Castle Drive during the 1979 trial

Jurors entering 544 Castle Drive during the 1979 trial

Jurors entering 544 Castle Drive during the 1979 trial

Spectators outside of 544 Castle Drive during the jurors visiting the crime scene

Spectators outside of 544 Castle Drive during the jurors visiting the crime scene

Bernard Segal and Jeffrey MacDonald talking/laughing with the spectators out side 544 Castle Drive during the 1979 trial. (Note Jeffrey MacDonald shaking hands with a spectator)

Bernard Segal and Jeffrey MacDonald talking/laughing with the spectators out side 544 Castle Drive during the 1979 trial. (Note Jeffrey MacDonald shaking hands with a spectator)

Retired FBI SA Paul Stombaugh arriving at the 1979 to testify

Retired FBI SA Paul Stombaugh arriving at the 1979 to testify

Defense expert witness, John Thornton at the 1979 trial

Defense expert witness, John Thornton at the 1979 trial

Dorothy MacDonald (Jeffrey MacDonald's mother) sobbing after rendering of
guilty verdict in 1979

Dorothy MacDonald (Jeffrey MacDonald's mother) sobbing after rendering of guilty verdict in 1979

August 1979: Freddy and Mildred Kassab press interview after Jeffry MacDonald
was found guilty

August 1979: Freddy and Mildred Kassab press interview after Jeffry MacDonald was found guilty

Freddy and Mildred Kassab with Peter Kearns leaving the courthouse in 1979 after
Jeffrey MacDonald was found guilty

Freddy and Mildred Kassab with Peter Kearns leaving the courthouse in 1979 after Jeffrewy MacDonald was found guilty

Helen Stoeckley senior yearbook photo

Helen Stoeckley senior yearbook photo

1983: Detective Andy Beck in Helena Stoeckley's apartment after her death

1983: Detective Andy Beck in Helena Stoeckley's apartment after her death

Honorable Judge Franklin Dupree (Judge at the 1979 trial and who remained in
 charge of the case until his death, December 17, 1995

Honorable Judge Franklin Dupree (Judge at the 1979 trial and who remained in charge of the case until his death, December 17, 1995

The playful side of the Honorable Judge Franklin Dupree

The playful side of the Honorable Judge Franklin Dupree

When my friend Peter Kearns was diagnosed with cancer, he prepared all his notes, files, photographs and sent them to me. He knew my passion for the case and he wanted me to understand everything as much as I possibly could. Slowly I am beginning to share some the things, but most will remain only with me since they are private and have never been made public. The information on this page was provided to me by Peter Kearns.
 

 

 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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