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
 

The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site

Short Study File #85

Note: Translation of document following scanned page
 

The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site: Short Study File #85

Note from Christina Masewicz: Translation of the above document as I read it to be
The part marked above is bold in the translated copy

 

No mention the report of the finding of a bloody palm print
The above was in a box with an arrow pointing to the 4 Exhibits below. Note, this is not part of the report and was added by someone else.
Exhibit D-29 - Red-brown stain from footboard of bed in east bedroom

        Exhibit D-29a - Control area from footboard of bed in east bedroom

        Exhibit D-29b - Red-brown stain from footboard of bed in east bedroom

        Exhibit D-29c - Red-brown stain from footboard of bed in east

17. Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibits I-3, D-4, D-13, D-20,
D-26, D-29, D-74, D-130, D-132, D-137, D-140, D-151, D-152, D-158, D-256,
D-71NB, D-72NB, B-2, D-267 and D-270 revealed the presence of human blood.
Further examinations indicated same to be of the International Blood Group
Type A or Type O.

Examination of Exhibit V-5, headboard and footboard, revealed one partial latent palm print on the footboard.

The following number of latent prints developed in this case have not been identified

Sixteen (16) latent fingerprints
Seventeen (17) latent palm prints

OR                                                                    Exhibit D-29 - Red-brown stain from footboard of bed in east bedroom

Exhibit D-29a- Control area from footboard of bed in east bedroom

Exhibit D-29b- Red-brown stain from footboard of bed in east bedroom

Exhibit D-29c- Red-brown stain from footboard of bed in east

17. Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibits I-3, D-4, D-13, D-20,
D-26, D-29, D-74, D-130, D-132, D-137, D-140, D-151, D-152, D-158, D-256,
D-71NB, D-72NB, B-2, D-267 and D-270 revealed the presence of human blood.
Further examinations indicated same to be of the International Blood Group
Type A or Type O.

Examination of Exhibit V-5, headboard and footboard, revealed one partial latent palm print on the footboard.

The following number of latent prints developed in this case have not been identified

Sixteen (16) latent fingerprints
Seventeen (17) latent palm prints

              OR                               (One latent impression can be either be from a finger or                                                      portion of a palm

Fifteen (15) latent fingerprints
Eighteen (18) latent palm prints

 

 

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