Short Study File #46
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Art 32 testimony of Dr. [Robert] McGann on 08/10/70
Q When did you see him?
A I saw him first in the evening, about 8 p.m. That would be February 19th.
Q And where did you see Captain MacDonald?
A In his room at Womack Army Hospital.
Q And for how long did you see him on that date?
A Approximately two hours.
Q And did you see him on any subsequent days?
A I spent about 6 hours with him on Friday and two hours Saturday morning before the funeral services.
Q Was anyone else there for that length of time besides yourself and Captain MacDonald?
A Thursday night there was Bob; Friday there was Dr. Manson and his wife were there that afternoon and five or six of his close friends. Then there was his sister. Dudley Warrington [sic] from San Francisco, etc., was there.
Q Did you have occasion to observe the injuries on or about Dr. MacDonald's head?
Q What injuries did you observe and would you describe them for the investigating officer?
A Well, the first thing that was immediately apparent was that he had a chest tube coming out of his right anterior chest--
Q Excuse me. I want to come to that if you will, but would you first direct your attention to any injuries on or about the head area.
A He had a large contusion over his left mid-forehead area and a smaller one over his right temple, frontal temple area.
Q With regard to the second injury, the right frontal temple area, would that in any way--was it in any way obscured or anything?
A It was partially obscured by the hairline.
Q Now did you observe any other injuries on the body of Captain MacDonald?