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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THE VICTIMS

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Murder is an emotional crime. It may be intentional and cold blooded at times, but always there is emotion. MacDonald without a doubt had an emotional rage to do what he did to his family and the fear and emotions that the victims went through in last few minutes of their lives were horrible. No one should die before it is time.

No one should ever be murdered. No one wants to be betrayed by the very person they love and trust.

No one should to be sacrificed for the selfish happiness of another person. No one deserves that.
 

COLETTE

Colette









Colette was a gentle soul. She loved her husband and children more than anything in the world.

Sadly in the early morning of February 17, 1970 she was found on the floor of the master bedroom with multiple penetrating incisional wounds of the chest and neck in addition to the following:

Incisional wounds of the lungs, pulmonary artery, trachea and thyroid.

Bilateral hemothorax

Hemopericardium

Multiple contusions, abrasions and lacerations of head and arms with evulsion of the skin from the right forehead.

Fracture of the skull, frontal region.

Superficial contusion of the brain, left occipital region

Multiple simple and compound fractures of ulna and radius, bilateral.

Intrauterine pregnancy (4-5 months gestation) with a baby boy.

Her husband was convicted of her murder.

The complete autopsy report can be found at

February 17, 1970: Death and autopsy report of Colette MacDonald
 

On February 17, 1970: MPs and investigators found Colette's lifeless body as seen in the following photos

Colette’s lifeless body as found by the MPs and CID investigators February 17, 1970

Colette’s lifeless body as found by the MPs and CID investigators February 17, 1970

Colette’s lifeless body as found by the MPs and CID investigators February 17, 1970

Colette’s lifeless body as found by the MPs and CID investigators February 17, 1970

Colette’s lifeless body as found by the MPs and CID investigators February 17, 1970

Colette’s lifeless body as found by the MPs and CID investigators February 17, 1970

Colette’s lifeless body as found by the MPs and CID investigators February 17, 1970

Colette’s lifeless body as found by the MPs and CID investigators February 17, 1970

Colette’s lifeless body as found by the MPs and CID investigators February 17, 1970

Colette’s lifeless body as found by the MPs and CID investigators February 17, 1970

Colette’s lifeless body as found by the MPs and CID investigators February 17, 1970

Colette’s lifeless body as found by the MPs and CID investigators February 17, 1970

KIMBERLEY
 

Kimberley

Kimberley's beautiful little face was mutilated, hit so savagely she had sustained multiple contusions involving the right side of the face, right ear and mastoid area and left infra-orbital area.

Multiple fractures of the base of the skull, right lateral calvarium, right and left zygomatic-maxilla bones and nasal bone.

Multiple cerebral and cerebellar contusions.

Multiple lacerations and penetrating incisional wounds of the right lateral and anterior neck involving subcutaneous tissue and anterior trachea.

The complete autopsy report can be found at

February 17, 1970: Death and autopsy report of Kimberley MacDonald
 

Below is how Kimberley was found in her bed by the investigators February 17, 1970.
From this angle she looks as if she sleeping.

Kimberley found tucked in her bed, February 17, 1970

On closer inspection of Kimberley, below is what the investigators found February 17, 1970

On closer inspection of Kimberley, below is what the investigators found February 17, 1970

When the covers were pulled down, the investigators found Kimberley in the position below. Someone had covered her up and put her pink security blanket in her arm. Blood found in the doorway of the master bedroom indicated that Kimberley has been injured there and then carried back to and placed in her bed to make it appear she had been attacked there.
Her father was convicted for her murder

When the covers were pulled down, the investigators found Kimberley in this position

KRISTEN
 

Kristen

Precious Kristen was found with multiple penetrating incisional wounds of the anterior and posterior chest and anterior neck, with secondary multiple incisions of the left lung, heart, trachea and thyroid.

Multiple incisions of the left and right hands.

Multiple minor contusions of the left lateral neck, left lateral anterior chin, right lateral buttocks and right lateral epicondyle.

Multiple superficial abrasions to the right lateral neck.

Her father was convicted of her murder.

The complete autopsy report can be found at

February 17, 1970: Death and autopsy report of Kristen MacDonald

 

Below in the following photos is how Kristen was found in her bed by the investigators
February 17, 1970

Kristen as found in her bed by MPs and CID investigators February 17, 1970

Kristen as found in her bed by MPs and CID investigators February 17, 1970

Kristen as found in her bed by MPs and CID investigators February 17, 1970

Kristen as found in her bed by MPs and CID investigators February 17, 1970

Kristen as found in her bed by MPs and CID investigators February 17, 1970

 

 

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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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