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Friday, November 04, 2005

Jeffrey MacDonald Seeking Parole

The MacDonald Case will be featured in an all-new hour long installment of 48 Hours Mysteries on Saturday, November 5, 2005 at 10 PM EST on CBS. Click here for more details on the program, entitled BLIND JUSTICE, Produced by Josh Gelman, and hosted by CBS correspondent Bill Lagattuta.

Fot those unfamiliar with this case, MacDonald was tried and convicted for the murder of his family at Ft Bragg, NC in 1970. He has been eligible for parole since the mid 90s, but has not sought his release probably for fear of admission of guilt or remorse which would invalidate his incessant claim of innocence. Still, this case has fascinated conspiracy wonks for decades. How CBS will treat this might be known form the tag line in the above link - The 1970 killings of Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald's family remains one of America's most enduring murder mysteriesis. No it's not. Conspiracy wackos like those at CBS have kept this alive for over thirty years. MacDonald did it. He is in jail. It's not news. Let's face it, CBS never met a convict it thought was guilty (except maybe Michael Milliken)

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There's no way this guy pulled off this crime. Have you seen all the reports on it?

They convicted him before he even went to trial.

They went liberal on him and pulled a Fitzgerald.
 
It's fact that the MPs and CID did a bad job with the evidence at the scene. So do you think Mac is in jail so the US Army can save face?
 
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