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'Fatal Vision' Witness Confessed on Death Bed, Brother Says
The brother of Helena Stoeckley, the now-deceased key witness in the 1979 "Fatal Vision" murder trial, testified in federal court today, saying his sister confessed from her death bed that she had been in the home of Jeffrey MacDonald the night the army doctor's wife and daughters were beaten and
Jeffrey MacDonald Claims Witness in "Fatal Vision " Murders Changed Her Story
Lawyers for convicted "Fatal Vision" killer Jeffrey MacDonald presented new evidence to a court today, including a statement by a former U.S. marshal who claims a witness initially said she was at the MacDonald house the night of the murder, but later changed her story. MacDonald, who was convicted
'Fatal Vision' Convict Seeks New Trial
40 years after the murders, filmmaker says DNA evidence could clear convicted murderer.
Jeffrey MacDonald : Judge to Consider New Evidence in 42-Year-Old Murder Case
Jeffrey MacDonald, a green beret and doctor who was convicted 33 years ago in the stabbing and beating deaths of his pregnant wife and two daughters, will be back in court on Monday as a judge considers new evidence that may prove his innocence. The 68-year-old, who is serving three life sentences,
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Retrial in Jeffrey MacDonald Case?
DNA evidence could change the course of a triple murder case from 40 years ago.
Jeffrey MacDonald Seeks New Trial in Triple Murder
Wife of Convicted Murderer Dr. Jeffery MacDonald Says 'He Deserves to Be Home'
Jeffrey MacDonald Seeks New Trial in 'Fatal Vision' Murders
Lawyers for Convicted Murderer Dr. Jeffery MacDonald Say New Statements, DNA Evidence Warrant an Appeal
Body of Pregnant Soldier Found in Motel
Officials investigate a Zodiac style letter confessing to Fort Bragg killing.
New Evidence in 'Fatal Vision' Case
A former deputy U.S. marshal is coming forward with evidence in the case of a former Green Beret who was convicted of killing his wife and two daughters three decades ago. Jeffrey MacDonald, 62, has steadfastly maintained his innocence in the 1970 slayings of Colette MacDonald, 26, and their