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
 

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Chronology

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Christina's Corner

New Uploads

Various Documents

CID Records

FBI Records

April 6, 1970 Interview

Article 32 Hearing

July 23-24, 1970: John Cummings' exclusive interview with MacDonald

Psychiatric/
Psychological Data

Polygraphs

Affidavits

Grand Jury Transcripts

1979 Trial

MD License Revoked

1987:
MacDonald v. McGinniss

Mildred Kassab sues
MacDonald

Court Records

Parole Hearing

DNA Testing Results

Kassab's Work

Bob Stevenson
Answers Questions

 Photograph Pages

 

The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site

RESOURCE PAGE
 

My resources came from a lot of hard work, time and money. This website consist of information that has taken me years to collect. Patience is something I have learned as well as the ability to have objectivity and not a proverbial closed mind.

First, I would like to thank Bob and Pep Stevenson for providing me with all of Freddy Kassab's records and personal notes. Freddy kept a scrap book of all the news and magazine articles written on the case until his death. He kept videos of every TV show as well as recorded all the radio shows. He collected an abundance of legal files, motions and many other documents related to the case. Many of the document and articles have writing on them. When this is seen, it was written by Freddy as he poured over them time after time attempting to make some sense of it all.

I was provided Colette's diaries/journals, all the family photo albums, baby books of the children, marriage license of Colette and MacDonald and birth certificates with permission to use them exclusively on my website.

Much comes from my notes taken during the many hours I spent in the courtroom during the 1979 trial and multiple other hearings since.

There was little available when I started my research except Joe McGinniss' classic book, Fatal Vision and MacDonald's website. I was not afforded the luxury of being able to copy information from someone else's website, I had to start from scratch. Applying to FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) I could wallpaper a large wall with all the refusals I got. Having to apply multiple times and in some cases to appeal in order to receive them. And they are not free, you must pay for them.

Calling the various courts and requesting the transcripts and paying for them.

I am very fortunate to have met some wonderful people along the way, people I am proud to call my friends. I am happy to add to that list now United States Attorney Thomas Walker and attorney Leslie Cooley.

My thanks to the prosecutors, CID and FBI investigators who willing gave of their time to answer my many questions. I was aided with open hearted and open handed warmth by Peter Kearns, Brian Murtagh, James Blackburn, Bill Ivory, Mike Pickering, Paul Stombaugh, Bob Shaw, Joe Grebner and many others. These quiet heroic men had already proved their case and yet they took the time to speak with one young American woman on her own search for the truth. These investigators never gave up; they grieved for the victims' lives as they worked to get justice for them. No one will ever know the emotional toll they paid or how much it matters to them that justice be served. To quote Lieutenant Joe Kenda "Somebody has to look out for the victims." That is what they have been doing for Colette, Kimberley and Kristen for over forty-six years.

And last, my friend Joe McGinniss, who had the courage to write the truth about Jeffrey MacDonald. I miss you Joe.

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