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Jeffrey MacDonald

'Fatal Vision' judge asked to limit new evidence

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Prosecutors say enough evidence has been introduced in the case of the former Army doctor convicted of killing his wife and two daughters more than 40 years ago at Fort Bragg and there's no need for a judge to consider more defense exhibits. Full story...
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Closing arguments coming soon in MacDonald hearing

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Closing arguments are coming in the court hearing that could determine whether Jeffrey MacDonald gets a new trial. Full story...
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Lawyer for MacDonald witness speaks at NC hearing

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On a Friday in August 1979, Helena Stoeckley testified that she wasn't involved in the murders of the pregnant wife and daughters of then-Army Capt. Jeffrey MacDonald and that she didn't know where she was more than nine years earlier. Full story...
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'Fatal Vision' writer testifies in MacDonald case

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The author who wrote the book "Fatal Vision" about the murders of the pregnant wife and two daughters of former Green Beret doctor Jeffrey MacDonald says he never heard a woman admit to participating in the killings. Full story...
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Witness' brother testifies in MacDonald hearing

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The brother of a deceased witness in the murders of the family of former Green Beret doctor Jeffrey MacDonald is testifying that his sister said she was in the MacDonald home the morning of the killings. Full story...
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MacDonald returns to court in 'Fatal Vision' case

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video It's arguably one of North Carolina’s biggest murder trials of all time. Monday it was put back in the spotlight several decades after Jeffrey MacDonald was convicted of brutally murdering his pregnant wife and two little girls. Full story...
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Hearing on 'Fatal Vision' case evidence postponed

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A hearing for the former Army surgeon convicted of killing his pregnant wife and two daughters at Fort Bragg more than 40 years ago has been postponed until next year. Full story...
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