Jeffrey MacDonald's pajama top was torn with Colette's blood type B and Kimberley's type AB on it. No blood type O, Kristen's blood type was found on the pajama top.
It contained 48 icepick holes.

MacDonald's pajama top


Small round holes in Jeffrey MacDonald's pajama top. MacDonald alleged he used the pajama top to ward off the blows when the "so-called" intruders were attaching and stabbing him.
 

Small round holes in Jeffrey MacDonald’s pajama top


Another view of pajama top showing small round holes
 

Another view of pajama top showing small round holes


White indicate where small round holes were found in MacDonald's pajama top
 

White indicate where small round holes were found in MacDonald’s pajama top


Different view showing where small round holes were found in MacDonald's pajama top.
Holes indicated by the small white areas.
 

Different view showing where small round holes were found in MacDonald’s pajama top.


Different view showing where small round holes were found in MacDonald's pajama top.
Holes indicated by the small white areas.
 

Different view showing where small round holes were found in MacDonald’s pajama top.


Different view showing where small round holes were found in MacDonald's pajama top.
Holes indicated by the small white areas. The front of the top was torn all the way
 down, as if someone grabbed it in the V section and ripped it downward.
 

Different view showing where small round holes were found in MacDonald’s pajama top.


Left sleeve of MacDonald's pajama top with torn cuff area
 

Left sleeve of MacDonald’s pajama top with torn cuff area


Right bloody sleeve of MacDonald's pajama top
 

Right bloody sleeve of MacDonald’s pajama top


In 1979 during the trial, prosecutors presented evidence indicating that the top sheet along with the bedspread from the master bed was used to carry Colette from Kristen's bedroom where she had been beaten and rendered unconscious back to the master bedroom where he dumped her onto the floor like a sack of potatoes. MacDonald denied he came in contact with the sheet that night, yet prosecutors were able to present the sheet that showed the bloody impressions of MacDonald's right sleeve cuff.
 

Right cuff print on the sheet from the master bed

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