Jeffrey MacDonald hoped and assumed that the novel "Fatal Vision" would support his innocence. However, when the book was published, MacDonald realized that the Author Joe McGinniss had concluded that he was, in fact, guilty. MacDonald sued McGinniss for fraud, and the case was settled out of court. He and his supporters still blame the novel, and resulting movie, for tainting the public's image of MacDonald and the murders. See more »
[to Pruett and Kearns]
Impossible. Jeff made two phone calls two minutes apart. In those two minutes he claims to have looked out the back door, then went to the bathroom to check his wounds, washed his hands, checked Colette to see if there was any signs of life, gave her mouth to mouth resuscitation, then checked the kids Kimmy and Kristy, then staggered into the kitchen again to wash his hands and make the second phone call. Impossible. Absolutely impossible! Nobody could perform all those ...
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