Biographies

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Aaron Harold Robert Mr. Harold R. Aaron
Harold R. Aaron


June 21, 1921 - April 30, 1980.  Major General and Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Headquarters, Dept. of the Army (Nov. 5, 1973 - Aug. 28, 1977); later promoted to Lt. General.  Gave memo to Charles Ablard re: 1970 search of Jeffrey MacDonald's BOQ room.
Abbatte Anthony J. "Tony" Mr.

In 1979, was an assistant administrator of the St. Mary Medical Center, Bower Hospital, in Long Beach, California.  Character witness for Jeffrey MacDonald at trial.
Abbatte LeAnne Ms.

In 1979, was the 11-year-old daughter of Anthony Abbatte, and sister to three other daughters.
Ablard Charles D. Mr.

Born ca. 1930.  U.S. lawyer.  General Counsel of the Army (Feb. 25, 1975 - Jan. 19, 1977).  Appointed in 2003 as Administrative Judge, U.S. Dept. of Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals.  Wrote letter re: 1970 search of Jeffrey MacDonald's Bachelor Officers Quarters (BOQ) room.
Abney Robert Mr.

Defendant in U.S. v. Abney, 508 F.2d 1285 (1975), accused of murdering Enoch Creek, Jr.
Ackerman Lee Barry

With Gary Bostwick served as attorney for defendants re: lawsuit Mildred Kassab vs. Jeffrey MacDonald, Dorothy MacDonald and Does 1-100, inclusive (1988).
Adams A.

Volunteer associaed with Jeffrey MacDonald's website, ca. 2004.
Adams John Mr. John Adams
John Adams


Oct. 30 [O.S. Oct. 19], 1735 - July 4, 1826.  First U.S. vice president and second U.S. president (1797-1801).  Cited in amici curiae brief for Jeffrey MacDonald in reference to accusations against British soldiers in the 1770 Boston Massacre.
Addison Alexander Mr. Alexander Addison
Alexander Addison


1758-1807.  President Judge Fifth District, Courts of Common Pleas, Pennsylvania (1796-1803).
Aglialoro Matthew Mr. Matthew Aglialoro
Matthew Aglialoro


Doctor of Law (J.D.) at Cornell Law School (2011-2014).  Judicial Intern, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York (June 2012 - Aug. 2012).  Research Assistant, Cornell Law School (Jan. 2013 - Dec. 2013).  Authored Note: A Case for Actual Innocence, 23 Cornell J. L. & Pub. Pol'y 635.
Agué Karen Ms. Karen Ague
Karen Agué


With John Ingold, authored "DA Clears Ramsey Family: 'Touch DNA' Test Cited as Significant, Powerful Evidence" (Denver Post, July 10, 2008).
Ahearn Patricia A. Ms. Patricia A. Ahearn, M.D. (Photo: www.palomamedical.com)
Patricia A. Ahearn, M.D.
Photo: www.palomamedical.com


M.D.; attending physician re: death of Dorothy MacDonald.
Ainsworth Robert Andrew Jr. Mr. Robert Ainsworth
Robert Ainsworth


May 10, 1910 - Dec. 22, 1981.  Louisiana State Senator (1952-1961) and President pro tem (1952-1956 and 1960-1961).  Judge for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, receiving commission Sept. 22, 1961.  Judge for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, receiving commission July 22, 1966 and serving in that capacity until his death.
Alcaraz Elizabeth A. Ms.

Notary Public, Los Angeles County, California, circa 1991.
Aldred Hazel D. Ms.

Notary Public, Beaumont, Texas, circa 1984.
Alessio Kenneth Mr.

Last name also appears spelled as Allessio.  Evidence custodian.  Served ca. July 6, 1979 with subpoena to testify at trial.
Alexander James G. Mr.

Died Aug. 13, 2020 at age 89.  Former Staff Sgt. and CID photographer, ca. 1970.  First photographer called to the crime scene, arriving about 4:20-4:30 a.m.  Became ill and was excused, then later returned to the scene.
Alicea Jose A. Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Alito Samuel Anthony Mr. Samuel Alito
Samuel Alito


Born April 1, 1950.  Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, serving since Jan. 31, 2006.
Alkema Donald Mr.

During the March 20, 1971 Pruett and Kearns interview, MacDonald was asked if he knew "Dr. Donald Alkema"; MacDonald replied "no."
Allbrice (phonetic) Mr.

Friend of the MacDonalds in Chicago, assumed ca. 1964-1967.
Allbrice (phonetic) Mrs.

Friend of the MacDonalds in Chicago, assumed ca. 1964-1967.
Allen Ms.

Alternte juror in the 1979 trial of Jeffrey MacDonald.
Allen F. Hill Mr. F. Hill Allen
F. Hill Allen


Attorney for Jeffrey MacDonald.  Filed notice of appearance on Sept. 16, 2011; filed motion to withdraw on Oct. 18, 2011.
Allen Terry Glenn

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Alston James E. Mr.

E-2; B. 7th SF Gp (1969); described as "dope fiend."
Alvey Brandon Mr.

Trial attorney, Dept. of Justice General Crimes Section.  On Dec. 6, 1973, outlined the problems he found with the MacDonald case.
Alvey Judy Mrs.

See MacDonald, Judy.
Alvey William Jr. Mr.

Husband of Jeffrey MacDonald's sister, Judy Alvey (née MacDonald).
Andersen G. M. Mr.

Involved in processing FOIA requests in the MacDonald case as a civilian employee of the Army; replaced Janice W. Barkley upon her resignation.
Anderson Carol Ms.

Mildred Kassab's niece and Colette MacDonald's cousin.  Present at Colette's birthday party when Dorothy MacDonald asked Carole Larsen to open gifts.
Anderson Don Mr.

Chief Administrations Branch, Bureau of Prisons, Washington D.C.
Anderson George McClintock Mr. George M. Anderson
George M. Anderson


Jan. 3, 1921 Feb. 14, 2013.  Last name also appears misspelled as Andersen.  U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina (1977-1980).
Anderson Jack Northman Mr. Jack Anderson (Photo: Associated Press)
Jack Anderson
Photo: Associated Press


Oct. 19, 1922 - Dec. 17, 2005.  Newspaper columnist whose experience included writing for The Washington Post.  Won the 1972 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting, and was considered to be one of the fathers of modern investigative journalism.  Also had a syndicated radio show, and was a commentator on ABC-TV's Good Morning America for nine years.
Anderson John F. Mr.

Criminal Investigator.  During the CID investigation, statements were received from Anderson and other individuals covering interviews of friends and/or former neighbors and acquaintances of Jeffrey and/or Colette MacDonald.
Andrews Jack McLeod Mr. Jack M. Andrews
Jack M. Andrews


Sept. 27, 1927 - Jan. 22, 2015.  AKA: John Andrews.  Former Humble Oil executive.  Husband of Mary Jean Cameron Andrews and father of Jack Cameron Andrews, Jr.  Friend of Marian and Robert Stern.

Joe McGinniss writes in Fatal Vision that Andrews knew Jeffrey MacDonald "only briefly and casually," but that in his sophomore year in high school, MacDonald had abruptly left Patchogue, NY on Nov. 11,1958 to go to Baytown, TX, where he lived with the Andrews family through March 1959.  McGinniss writes that "When later asked what had led to this sudden venture, Mary Andrews replied, 'I think my husband Jack was just attracted to the boy.'"
Andrews Jack Cameron Jr. Mr. Jack Andrews, Jr.
Jack Andrews, Jr.


Feb. 2, 1944 - April 21, 2015.  Only child of Mary Jean Cameron Andrews and Jack McLeod Andrews.  Resided in Houston, TX, at time of death.
Andrews Jennifer Ms.

In 1987, was emplyed at St. Mary Medical Center in Long Beach, California, as Chief of the Clinical Work Department.
Andrews Mary Jean Cameron Mrs.

Wife of Jack McLeod Andrews and mother of Jack Cameron Andrews, Jr.  Friend of Marian and Robert Stern.  Former resident of Dallas and Baytown, TX; later resided in Kansas City, MO.
Angus Ms.

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, Angus was his "unit manager" when MacDonald was imprisoned at Sheridan, circa 1999.
Anmiva (phonetic) Mike Mr.

Per CID Agent William Ivory, "Mike Anmiva" was present at 544 Castle Drive when Ivory arrived.
Anson Robert Sam Mr. Robert Sam Anson
Robert Sam Anson


Journalist and author of the Vanity Fair magazine article, ":The Devil and Jeffrey MacDonald," published July 1998.
Antonioni Michelangelo Mr. Michelangelo Antonioni
Michelangelo Antonioni


Sept. 29, 1912 - July 30, 2007.  Italian film director, screenwriter, editor, and short story writer.
Applebaum Frank Mr.

Employed by National Plastics (1939-1987).  Stated that National Plastics made saran fibers in monofilament, multifilament and continuous tow forms.
Archbell William B. Mr.

Former neighbor of Helena Stoeckley; lived at 1110 Clark St., Fayetteville, NC.
Archbell William B. Mrs.

Former neighbor of Helena Stoeckley; lived at 1110 Clark St., Fayetteville, NC.
Armstrong F. R.

CPT.  Chief Custodian, Cumberland County Jail, Fayetteville, NC.
Armstrong Jack Mr.

"Jack Armstrong, the All-American Boy" was a radio adventure series which maintained its popularity from 1933 to 1951.
Arnold Jerry Allen Mr.

Accused of brutally assaulting and robbing a Santa Barbara bartender, Russel Walthers, in the early morning hours of Jan. 18, 1968.  Reference in the Jeffrey MacDonald case is to citation of Arnold v. McCarthy, 566 U.S. F.2d 1377 (9th Cir. 1978).
Arnold William T. Mr.

Grand Juror.
"Art"

No description available.
Ashcroft John David Mr. John Ashcroft
John Ashcroft


Born May 9, 1942.  American attorney and politician who served as the 79th U.S. Attorney General (2001-2005).
Ashton Henry Mr.

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, Ashton was group surgeon before MacDonald arrived at the 3d SFG in September 1969.
Ashton Lynn

May have had some relationship with Jeffrey MacDonald.
Astle Ruth Ms.

Defense expert who provided affidavits and testified for Jeffrey MacDonald, ca. 1975, regarding the jury selection process.
Atkins Susan Denise Ms. Susan Atkins, 2001 (Photo: California Dept. of Corrections)
Susan Atkins, 2001
Photo: California Dept. of Corrections


May 7, 1948 - Sept. 24, 2009.  AKA: Sadie Mae Glutz.  Convicted murderer and former member of the "Manson Family," led by Charles Manson.  Admitted stabbing Sharon Tate to death and to have been present at, or an accomplice to, several other murders.
Atkinson Leslie "Ike" Mr. Leslie "Ike" Atkinson
Leslie "Ike" Atkinson


1925 - Nov. 11, 2014.  U.S. Army master sergeant and convicted drug trafficker, believed to have been a major figure in smuggling heroin into the U.S. from Southeast Asia from about 1968 to 1975.
Ault Janet Mrs.

See Snyder, Jan.
Ault John L. Mr.

Husband of Janet Ault (formerly Jan Snyder).
Austin Richard B. III Mr.

Colonel and Womack Army Hospital commander, ca. 1970; gave authorization for autopsies of Colette, Kimberley and Kristen MacDonald.
Autry Leslie

Grand Juror.
Autry Lyndia C. Ms.

Juror re: Allen Mazerolle's 1970 arrest for possession and transportation of LSD.
Averitt C. B. Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Averette and Avertt.  Bondsman for Allen Mazerolle in 1970.
Averitt Dorothy Graham Ms.

Newspaper delivery woman.  Claimed to have seen people resembling Stoeckley and her friends.
Avila Richard Frank Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Avilla.  CID Criminal Investigator.
Ayers Edward M. Mr.

Criminal Investigator.  During the CID investigation, statements were received from Ayers and other individuals covering interviews of friends and/or former neighbors and acquaintances of Jeffrey and/or Colette MacDonald.
Ayscue Brenda H. Ms.

Grand Juror.


Baccus-Lobel Shirley Ms. Shirley Baccus-Lobel
Shirley Baccus-Lobel


Prior to entering private practice, served in a supervisory capacity for the U.S. Dept. of Justice, and with the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of Texas as Criminal Chief and First Assistant U.S. Attorney.
Bach

Described as having provided affidavit used as defense exhibit in 1975.
Backster Grover Cleveland "Cleve" Jr. Mr. Cleve Backster (Photo: Backster Associates)
Cleve Backster
Photo: Backster Associates


Feb. 27, 1924 - June 24, 2013.  Last name also misspelled as Baxter.  Polygraph examiner and information specialist with the Central Investigation Agency (CIA).  Best known for his experiments with plants using a polygraph machine in the 1960s.  Administered polygraph exam to Jeffrey MacDonald on April 23, 1970, in Philadelphia, PA.  MacDonald failed that polygraph.
Bacon Thomas J. Mr.

E-5; 92d PSYOP Unit.
Badger David Edward Mr.

CPL.  Fort Bragg, N.C. solider whom Jeffrey MacDonald claimed to have counseled regarding heroin addiction.  Badger allegedly was disgruntled because he didn't receive MacDonald's assistance in obtaining a discharge from the Army.
Baer Benjamin Franklin Mr.

Jan. 2, 1918 - April 9, 1991.  Chairman nof the U.S. Parole Commission from Jan. 8, 1982 to April 1991.
Bailey Bruce H. Mr.

July 26, 1932 - April 19, 2008.    Ca. 1970, was a psychiatrist at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC.  Submitted joint Report of Psychiatric Evaluation (with Dr. Donald W. Morgan and Dr. Henry E. Edwards, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC), regarding their examination of Jeffrey MacDonald during the period Aug. 17, 1970 - Sept. 4, 1970.
Bailey Francis Lee Jr. Mr. F. Lee Bailey
F. Lee Bailey


Born June 10, 1933.  Commonly referred to as F. Lee Bailey.  Lawyer, businessman, and author best known for being a high-profile defense attorney.
Baker Jerome "Jerry" J. Mr.

CID agent.
Baker Richard A. Mr.

CPT, JAGC; Acting Asst. Adj. General.
Balog Edward Andrew Mr.

Major, MPC; Commanding, circa 1971.
Baney Jeffrey Mr.

FCI-Cumberland, Maryland.
Bankston Albert Kenneth "Ken" Mr.

Died in prison of cancer in 1983.  In early 1976, was a prisoner at Marion Penitentiary in Illinois.  Allegedly heard fellow inmates James Marcus Shields and Wallace Lloyd Rhodes, Jr. brag about having been involved in the "murder," which was taken to refer to the murders of Colette, Kimberley and Kristen MacDonald.
Bara Theda Ms. Theda Bara (Photo: Paul Nadar [cropped])
Theda Bara
Photo: Paul Nadar (cropped)


July 29, 1885 - April 7, 1955.  Born Theodosia Burr Goodman.  American silent film and stage actress.
Barbash Fred Mr. Fred Barbash (Photo: The Arena)
Fred Barbash
Photo: The Arena


For most of his career, served as a reporter at The Washington Post.  Later became a senior editor at Politico.
Barbato Joseph John Mr.

Chemist at Ft. Gordon, Georgia, circa 1970.  Per Dillard Browning (CID), Barbato may have done blood work in the MacDonald case.
Barbour Ms.

Juror at 1979 trial of Jeffrey MacDonald.
Barkley Janice W. Ms.

Involved in processing FOIA requests in the MacDonald case as a civilian emplyoyee of the army; succeeded by G. M. Andersen.
Barksdale Albert Decker Mr.

July 17, 1892 - August 16, 1972.  Was a soldier, Virginia lawyer and legislator, state court judge, and United States federal judge.
Barnck Edward G. Mr.

With Mary W. Tungol and Akbar Montaser, authored Analysis of Single Polymer Fibers by Fourier Transform Infrared Microspectrophotometry: The Results of Case Studies.
Barnett Kenneth Mr.

See also "New York Four."  Male Caucasian; New York resident.  Jeffrey MacDonald was shown Barnett's photo during the March 20, 1971 Pruett and Kearns interview and said he didn't recognize the person in the photo.
Barnett Peter Mr.

Per John Thornton, Barnett was scientifically qualified to perform tests on physical evidence.
Barone Emanuel J. Mr.

CID; Criminal Investigator.  Submitted Investigator's Statement covering the interview of Mrs. Tran Hao Brown.
Barrett William P. Mr.

Chaplain, US Army, retired.
Barritt Suzanne M. Ms.

In 1999, was Senior DNA Analyst, Dept. of Defense, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology.
Barron Robert Mr.

Per Ted Gunderson, Barron was a client of Gunderson's who was the president of the Dekla company and was under investigation by the District Attorney in Dallas and Los Angeles, and the FBI.
Bartoli Lucia Ms. Lucia Bartoli
Lucia Bartoli


Former friend of Jeffrey MacDonald's.  Beginning in 1992, coordinated the MacDonald Defense Committee.  Best known in case records for her unsuccessful attempts during the period 1992 to 1996 to locate saran wig(s) made for human use.
Barton Calvin Eugene Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Bass Allen Mr.

Statement of Joe Bullock says he was in a booth at Dunkin Donuts with Bass and Jody Bunch.
Bass Billy H. Mr.

Criminal Investigator.  During the CID investigation, statements were received from Bass and other individuals covering interviews of friends and/or former neighbors and acquaintances of Jeffrey and/or Colette MacDonald.
Bateman Mr.

CID investigator; Standards Division, USACIDA.  In 1971, fellow investigator Richard Mahon asked him to be on the lookout for the medical records and photographs of Braswell which were mailed to USACIDA by the SBI, to locate said mail and forward it to Mahon in Fayetteville, N.C.
Bates R. F. Mr.

U.S. Government; title unknown.
Battle Brendan J. Mr.

FBI Special Agent.  Among others, interviewed Greg Mitchell (Nov. 24, 1981) and Bryant Lane.
Bawden John J. Mr.

Also referred to as James Bawden.  Evidence custodian, ca. 1974.
Baxter Cleve Mr.

See Backster, Cleve.
Baxter James Odell II Mr.

Convicted of multiple counts of defrauding the Washington Teachers Union.  Referred to in the Jeffrey MacDonald case in the context of Baxter's failure to obtain a certificate of appealability based on a claim of actual innocence.
Bazelon David Lionel Mr. David Lionel Bazelon
David Lionel Bazelon


Sept. 3, 1909 - Feb. 19, 1993.  Judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit; received commission on Feb. 10, 1950.  Served as chief judge (1962-1978).  Semi-retired June 30, 1979 into senior status, serving in that capacity until his death.  Reference in the Jeffrey MacDonald case is to Washington v. U.S., 390 F.2d 444, 455-456 (D.C. Cir. 1967).
Beaber Rex Julian Mr.

Last names also appears misspelled as Beaver.  Psychologist; interviewed Helena Stoeckley in Dec. 1980.
Beale Hammond A. "Ham" Mr.

CPT; Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, Headquarters, XVIII Airborne Corps and Fort Bragg.  Served as legal advisor to Col. Rock during Article 32 hearing.
Beane Peter Mr.

Long Beach police officer.  MacDonald claimed to have saved Beane's life during the 18 months following MacDonald's release from prison and the overturning of his reversal/return to prison.
Beard Carroll Mr.

Deputy Director of Engineering and Housing, Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. 1984.
Beardon Carol Perkins "Perky" Mr.

First name appears as Carol; may be misspelling of Carroll.  Son of Robert Beardon and friend of Randy Phillips.
Beardon Robert Mr.

Resided in Harker Hts., Texas, in 1984; acquaintance of Randy Phillips.
Beasley Kenneth Mr.

Name supplied to defense by government on July 13, 1979; defense claimed it could not locate this person at the address provided.
Beasley Prince Everette Mr. Prince Everette Beasley (Photo: Craig Beasley [cropped])
Prince Everette Beasley
Photo: Craig Beasley (cropped)


June 15, 1925 - Oct. 14, 1996.  Middle name also wrongly appears as Edward and Everett.  Most often referred to as P. E. Beasley.  AKA: "Mr. Swaney."  Police officer, Fayetteville, NC Police Dept. (1953-1973) and detective ca. 1970.  Also worked with Ted Gunderson on the MacDonald murder investigation.  One of the seven so-called Stoeckley witnesses to whom Helena Stoeckley made incriminating statements.
Beatle

In a letter Helena Stoeckley wrote to detective P. E. Beasley, she wrote that she "heard the Mafia lynched Beatle off for burning everyone."
Becker Quinn H. Mr. Quinn H. Becker
Quinn H. Becker


Surgeon General of the Army, Washgington .D.C. (1985-1988).
Becker Raymond Lester Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Beckering Ray Mr.

Defense attorney in Michigan v. Kevin Holtzer murder case, in which DNA testing by LabCorp was involved.
Beckman Sharon L. Ms. Sharon Beckman<BR><BR>Source: Boston College Law
Sharon Beckman

Source: Boston College Law


Associated with Silverglate and Good law firm (circa 1991).
Beddingfield Ms.

Juror in the 1979 trial of Jeffrey Macdonald.
Bedsoe Sam Mr.

See Belmont, Sam.
Belcher Carl W. Mr.

Chief of General Crimes Section, Dept. of Justice.
Belgi Ismail Mr.

Name appears as Dr. Belgi and Dr. Ismail-Belgi; Ismail may be misspelling of Ishmael as first name.  Physician who evaluated Helena Stoeckley in consult (gastroenterology) re: her June 4, 1970 hospital admission.
Belhumeur John A. Mr.

CW4, USA Asst. Adj.
Bell Griffin Boyette Mr. Griffin Bell
Griffin Bell


Oct. 31, 1918 - Jan. 5, 2009.  American lawyer who served as the 72nd U.S. Attorney General dfrom Jan. 26, 1977 - Aug. 16, 1979.  Wrongly referred to by Ted Gunderson as William Griffin Bell.
Bellin Howard Mr. Howard Bellin
Howard Bellin


New York plastic surgeon whom Jeffrey MacDonald once claimed as a friend.
Bellows Jim Mr. Jim Bellows, 1978 (Photo: Los Angeles Times)
Jim Bellows, 1978
Photo: Los Angeles Times


Nov. 12, 1922 - March 6, 2009.  Legendary editor whose experience included being editor of the Los Angeles Herald Examiner (1978-1981).  Credited with the inspiration and nurture of many leading writers of the New Journalism during the 1960s and 1970s, including Tom Wolfe and Jimmy Breslin.
Belmont Sam Mr.

Per Debra Lee Harmon, last name may be Belmont, Bledsoe or Bedsoe.  Per Harmon, this person was a drug dealer in Fayetteville, N.C. in 1970.
Benitex Pedro Jr. Mr.

E-2; E. SFTG (1969); described as "dope fiend."
Bennett Charles Mr.

Law clerk for Bernard Segal.
Bennett Darrell Jack Mr.

Deceased (per Mike Pickering e-mail, Nov. 4, 2004).  First name also appears misspelled as Daryl.  Last name also appears misspelled as Bennet.  CID Criminal Investigator whose duties included interviewing Cathy Perry as well as acquaintances of Jeffrey MacDonald.
Benson Daniel H. Mr.

Associated with MacDonald defense (circa 1978).
Bently Mr.

Described by Linda Lewis as a "special" deputy or policeman at the time of the MacDonald murders.  Allegedly was one of the first people at the crime scene.
Benton Mr.

Unidentified; mentioned only by Woerheide during Mahon's grand jury testimony (Nov. 21, 1974): "Mr. Page and Mr. Benton say they'd like to spend a little time with me over the lunch hour."
Benton John Mr.

Per 1983 statements of Vickie Freese, associated with Freese, Charles "Charlie" Scott and Denise Grove in Fayetteville, N.C., circa 1969-1971.
Bergamo Jim Mr.

Authored "Michael Morton's Former Prosecutor Apologizes," re: Morton's 1987 wrongful conviction.
Bergan Howard Mr.

According to Ivory (Article 32), Howard Bergen was an FBI Special Agent.
Berger Margaret A. Ms.

With Jack B. Weinstein, co-authored Weinstein's Evidence, United States Rules also known as Weinstein's Federal Evidence, United States Rules (Federal Practice Library, 1997).
Berkelhammer Jon Mr.

Law Clerk to Judge Dupree.
Bernhardt Sarah Ms. Sarah Bernhardt
Sarah Bernhardt


Ca. Oct. 22/23, 1844 - March 26, 1923.  French stage and early film actress.
Berry Frank Mr.

Friend of Michael Malley's at Ft. Bliss, ca.1970.
Berry Sue Genrich Ms.

Name also appears as Sue A. Berry.  Attorney for Jeffrey MacDonald.  Filed notice of appearance as counsel on Nov. 30, 2011.  Filed motion to withdraw on Feb. 5, 2012, because MacDonald and Berry had "insurmountable differences regarding the evidence and the law applicable to the case."
Berryhill William Mr.

Former U.S. Marshal for the Eastern District of North Carolina.  Supervisor of Jimmy Britt.  Government witness at Sept. 2012 evidentiary hearing.
Besant-Mathews Patrick Mr.

See also Matthews; may be same person.  Doctor; Major.
Beston James Mr.

No description available; assumed to be writer, journalist and/or reporter, ca. 1970.
Beville Deborah D. Ms.

Victim/Witness Coordinator, Florida (circa 1986).
Bible Ms.

Mother of Mary Hardin.
Biddenwell Mr.

See also Bidwell, Robert; may be same person.  Associated with CID, according to James Blackburn (Terry Laber trial testimony, Aug. 2, 1979).
Bidez Rene Mr.

Chief of Serology, FBI Laboratory (1950-1975).  Stated that he was not directly involved in the MacDonald case.
Bidwell Robert Mr.

Special Agent, U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Agency (USACIDA).  Per Peter Kearns, Bidwell's mission was "to conduct an investigation of allegations of misconduct leveled by First Lieutenant Michael Malley and Mr. Alfred G. Kassab against the Fort Bragg [N.C.] CID Detachment."
"Big Al"

Per notes of Grant Bosburgh, Debra Harmon wondered if "Big Al" and Allen Mazerolle were the same person.  "Big Al" was supposedly a prominjent person in the Fayetteville, N.C. drug scene, and a big person physically.
"Big Red"

AKA: Toni, Tonie, Tonette.  Alleged to be a reporter who conducted interviews for a radio station, and who visited MacDonald in prison and engaged in various sexual acts with him.
Bigelow Newton Mr.

Per MacDonald, Bigelow was an associate of Dr. James Brussel.
Biggs Mrs.

May have had some relationship with Jeffrey MacDonald.
Billings Mark Mr.

Per Vickie Freese, Billlings "got out of the Army" and possibly was from Michigan.  Per Freese, he was called to 544 Castle Drive to "investigate" the murders of Colette, Kimberley and Kristen MacDonald, and was possibly a member of the Military Police (not CID).
Billington Billy Mr.

Per reporter Pat Reese, Billington was a member of the drug culture in Fayetteville, N.C., circa 1970.
Billiter Lee

Special Agent, CID.
Bird/Byrd

Per Dianne Hedden Cazares, Bird/Byrd lived in an apartment upstairs from the apartment shared by Cazares, Helena Stoeckley, and Kathy Smith, ca. 1970.
Bisceglie Anthony P. Mr. Anthony P. Bisceglie (Photo: bisceglieandwalsh.com [cropped])
Anthony P. Bisceglie
Photo: bisceglieandwalsh.com (cropped)


Partner at Bisceglie & Walsh.  Hired Aug. 1988 as attorney for Jeffrey MacDonald; became responsible for acquiring FOIA information on MacDonald's behalf.
Bishop Betty Jane Mrs.

Former neighbor of Helena Stoeckley's acquaintance, Greg Mitchell.  Says she did not know Helena Stoeckley.
Bishop Gerald Mr.

Assumed to be owner of Bishop's Wrecker Service, Fayetteville, ca. 1971.  Allegedly knew Greg Mitchell.
Bishop Larry B. Mr.

SGT, Police Department, Greensboro, North Carolina.
Black Carl Eugene Mr.

In 1970, was a CID Investigator who accompanied Robert Shaw to crime scene.
Black Earl W. Mr.

Owner of Rock Hill Auto-Marine Sales near Spring Lake, N.C.
Black Earl W. Mrs.

Wife of Earl Black (owner of Rock Hill Auto-Marine Sales near Spring Lake, N.C.).
Black Hugo Lafayette Mr. Hugo Black
Hugo Black


Feb. 27, 1886 - Sept. 25, 1971.  Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, serving from 1937 to 1971.
Blackburn James L. "Jim" Mr. James Blackburn, 1979
James Blackburn, 1979


Born Sept. 12, 1944.  Former First Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina (1977 - ca. 1980-1981).  Lead prosecutor in the 1979 criminal trial of Jeffrey MacDonald.  Practiced law with Rick Gammon, ca. 1980-1984.  Disbarred in 1993 for embezzlement, forgery, and other crimes.  Government witness at Sept. 2012 evidentiary hearing.  More
Blackman Carolyn Mrs.

See Goldman, Carolyn.
Blackmun Harold Andrew Mr. Harold Blackmun
Harold Blackmun


Nov. 12, 1908 - March 4, 1999.  Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court from 1970 until 1994.  Best known as the author of Roe v. Wade.
Blackstone William Mr. Sir William Blackstone
Sir William Blackstone


July 10, 1723 - Feb. 14, 1780.  English jurist, judge and Tory politician of the eighteenth century.  Most noted for writing the Commentaries on the Laws of England.
Blair Allen Mr.

Alleged to be a client of Ted Gunderson's, associated with the Dekla company, and under investigation by the District Attorney in Dallas and Los Angeles, and the FBI.
Blake Edward T. Mr.

Per John Thornton in 1979, Dr. Blake was scientifically qualified to perform tests on physical evidence.
Blalock William W. Jr. Mr.

Evidence custodian, Article 32.
Bland Sue Ann Ms.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Bledsoe Sam Mr.

See Belmont, Sam.
Bloodsworth Kirk Noble Mr. Kirk Bloodsworth
Kirk Bloodsworth


Born Oct. 31, 1960.  First American sentenced to death row who was exonerated by DNA testing; released in 1993.
Bloom Zachary Mr.

Paralegal (ca. 2013).
Blount Dick Mr.

Per Fred Bost, Blount was the photographer who photographed Kristen's room through the window on the morning of the murders.
Blumenfeld Laura Ross Ms.

Attorney; Criminal Division, U.S. Department of Justice.
Blumfeld M. Joseph Mr.

March 23, 1904 - Nov. 5, 1988.  Former chief judge of the Federal District Court in Connecticut (appointed 1961).  Officially retired in 1977, but remained active as a Senior Judge until his death.
Bob

Helena Stoeckley claimed she had previously visited Castle Drive for the purpose of delivering illicit drugs to an officer she knew only as "Bob."
Bob

Assistant to R. J. Warren (4th Circuit), per Jeffrey MacDonald.
Bobbi

Named only as Bobbi in Joe McGinniss's book Fatal Vision (1983); may or may not be true name.  Jeffrey MacDonald's girlfriend in the summer of 1975, while he was living in Huntington Beach, California.  Per MacDonald, she was "this very, very gorgeous redhead -- stunning appearance; tall and very sophisticated looking.  A really lovely creature," and "one of the prettiest girls I'd ever seen."  By the fall of 1978, their relationship had deteriorated and they were no longer seeing one another.
Bobbitt William Haywood Mr. William Haywood Bobbitt
William Haywood Bobbitt


Chief Justice Emeritis of the North Carolina Supreme Court; spectator at 1979 trial.
Bonanno Joseph Charles Sr. "Joe Bananas" Mr. Joseph Bonanno
Joseph Bonanno


Jan. 18, 1905 - May 11, 2002.  Last name appears misspelled as Bonnano.  Sicilian-born American mafioso who became the boss of the Bonanno crime family.
Bond Kathy Ms.

FBI lab technician and assistant to Morris Clark.  Also assigned to assist FBI technician James Frier.  In some documents, defense erroneously refers to Bond as author of lab notes actually written by Janice Glisson.
Booker Russell Eubank Jr. Mr.

Sept. 1, 1932 - March 19, 2009.  North Carolina State Registrar (1982-1995).  Certified a copy of the 1982 death certificate of Greg Mitchell on June 5, 1984.
Boone Julie Ms.

Described as a "new witness" in 1984; one of a number of persons for whom the Government demanded defense phone logs and statements for the period 1970 through Aug. 1979.
Booth Ralph W. Mr.

Associated with USACIDC, Ft. Carson, CO, ca. 1979.  Appears on 1979 trial witness list.
Boots

Boots may be first name, last name or nickname.  Per Raymond Shedlick, Boots is "not further identified" during his 1983 interview with Vickie Freese.
Borch Frederic L. III Mr. Fred Borch
Fred Borch


Born 1954.  Colonel and career U.S. Army attorney with a Master's in National Security Studies.  Served as Chief Prosecutor of the Guantanamo military commissions.  Resigned in August 2005 after three prosecutors complained that he had rigged the system against providing due process to defendants.
Borchardt Ira E. Mr.

Inmate at Bastrop whose life MacDonald claimed to have saved.
Boreman Herbert Stephenson Mr.

1897-1982.  Federal judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and the United States District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia.
Bork Robert Heron Mr. Robert Bork
Robert Bork


March 1, 1927 - Dec. 19, 2012.  Last name also misspelled as Borck.  Yale Law School professor, U.S. Solicitor General (June 1973 - Jan. 1977), Acting U.S. Attorney General, and judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
Boronow Richard C. Mr. Richard Boronow
Richard Boronow


Dec. 18, 1933 - March 28, 2015.  Last name also appears misspelled as Barnow and Borno.  Obstetrician/gynecologist.  Colette MacDonald's doctor in Chicago while she was pregnant with Kristen.
Bosburgh Grant Mr.

Compiled notes re: Debra Harmon.
Bost Fred H. Mr.

Died Jan. 8, 2013, age 86.  With Jerry Potter, co-authored Fatal Justice (1995).
Bostic Mr.

Furnished diagram of 544 Castle Drive.
Bostwick Barry Mr. Barry Bostwick, April 2009
Barry Bostwick, April 2009


Born Feb. 24, 1945.  American stage and screen actor.  Cousin of Gary Bostwick, who represented Jeffrey MacDonald during the 1987 MacDonald vs. McGinniss civil trial.
Bostwick Gary Lynn Mr. Gary Bostwick
Gary Bostwick


Attorney who represented Jeffrey MacDonald during the 1987 MacDonald vs. McGinniss civil trial, along with fellow attorneys Jo-Ann Horn and Keith Williams.  Cousin of actor Barry Bostwick.
Bostwick Gary L. Mrs.

Wife of attorney Gary Bostwick.
Boulware William Arthur Sr. Mr.

Died June 10, 2019, age 75.  Desk sergeant involved in MacDonald's call for help.  One of several people MacDonald told his story to on the early morning of Feb. 17, 1970.
Boushy Edith Ms. Edith Boushy (Photo: BBC documentary "False Witness" [1989])
Edith Boushy
Photo: BBC documentary False Witness (1989)


Last name also appears misspelled as Boushey.  In 1970, taught English and coordinated the Modern Language program at the North Carolina State University Extension program at Ft. Bragg, N.C.  In 1984, claimed that at about 9:40 p.m. on Feb. 16, 1970, she saw a woman in an off-white floppy brim hat, a woman in a brown floppy brim hat, and a man matching Greg Mitchell's description near her office, and claimed that the man was talking to Colette MacDonald.
Bowden Joseph T. Mr.

Gave declaration about trial juror.
Bowen Charles Keith Mr.

AKA: Keith Bowen.  Middle name also appears misspelled as Keigh.  Named by defense as a member of the "Stoeckley group."
Bowlin Jack Mr.

Circa 1971, was Lieutenant and Commanding Officer, Inernal Affairs Section, Nashville Police Department.  Supervisor of patrolman John "Jack" Rohtert.  Per Helena Stoeckley, Bowlin used her as an informant in 1971.
Bowman Mr.

Judge referred to by Judge Fox.
Bowman Paul Mr.

Lived in the apartment behind Helena Stoeckley's on Clark Street.  Friend of both Helena Stoeckley and William Posey.
Bowman Paul Mrs.

According to William Posey, the Bowmans lived in the apartment right behind Helena Stoeckley's on Clark Street.
Bowyer Colette M. Ms.

No description available.
Boxer

Authored "Uniform Jury Selection and Service Act," 8 Harv. J. on Legis 280 (1971).
Boyce Gail Mrs.

With her husband, Robert L. Boyce, assumed responsibility for running the MacDonald Defense Committee in April 1986.
Boyce Robert L. Mr.

With his wife, Gail Boyce, assumed responsibility for running the MacDonald Defense Committee in April 1986.
Boyd Robert J. Mr.

E-4; 13th PSYOP Unit.
Boyer John Mr.

See Williams, Larry Alfred.
Boyle Benjamin Herbert Mr. Benjamin Herbert Boyle
Benjamin Herbert Boyle


July 22, 1943 - April 21, 1997.  Convicted Oct. 29, 1986 of the Oct. 1985 murder of Gail Lenore Smith near Amarillo, Texas.  Executed by lethal injection on April 21, 1997.  Michael Malone, who examined evidence in the Jeffrey MacDonald case, testified at the 1986 trial.
Boyle Terrence William Mr. Terrence William Boyle (AP Photo/Dennis Cook, File)(WHSV), March 3, 2005
Terrence William Boyle

(AP Photo/Dennis Cook, File)(WHSV), March 3, 2005


Born Dec. 22, 1945.  Judge on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina, and Chief Judge of that court from 1997-2004.  Twice nominated to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit (1991-1993 and 2001-2007).  His federal appellate nomination from 2001 to 2007 is the longest in history not to be acted upon by the U.S. Senate.
Braddock Lydia Ms.

Notary Public, Maricopa County, Arizona, circa 1990.
Brandeis Louis Dembitz Mr. Louis Brandeis
Louis Brandeis


Nov. 13, 1856 - Oct. 5, 1941.  American lawyer and Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court from 1916 to 1939.
Brando Marlon Jr. Mr. Marlon Brando at the 1963 Civil Rights March on Washington, D.C.
Marlon Brando at the 1963 Civil Rights March on Washington, D.C.


April 3, 1924 - July 1, 2004.  American actor and cultural icon, hailed for bringing a gripping realism to film acting.  Widely considered to be one of the greatest and most influential actors of all time.
Braswell Neil Keith Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Broswell.  Investigated as having possible connection with or involvement in the MacDonald murders.
Braswell Shirley P. Spears Mrs.

Former wife of Neil Braswell.  Described Braswell as the "biggest liar" she ever knew.
Bratcher Gordon G. Mr.

Notary Public, Los Angeles County, California, circa 1990.
Bremmear (illegible) Edward Mr.

Signature partially illegible.  Signature appears in designated space for reviewing officer or appropriate authority on Greg Mitchell's army medical records.
Brennan Edward J. Mr.

FBI Special Agent, Charlotte, N.C.  Photography specialist who photographed certain parts of Jeffrey MacDonald's body in 1974.
Brennan William J. Jr. Mr. William J. Brennan, Jr.
William J. Brennan, Jr.


April 25, 1906 - July 24, 1997.  Last name also appears misspelled as Brennon  Served as an Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1956-1990), and was known for being a leader of the Court's liberal wing.
Brenner Edward Mr.

M.D.
Brian

Last name unknown.  Per Vickie Freese, "a guy named Brian" and Pat Scott dated, circa 1971.
Brill

Doctor at Pilgrim State Hospital.  Described as a leading authority on drugs and criminal activity involving drugs.
Brinson Peggy J. Ms.

Clerk's Office, Cumberland County Superior Court.  Made available true certified copies of documents relating to Allen Mazerolle's arrest.
Brisentine Robert A. Jr. Mr.

Ca. 1971, was an Army CID agent and polygraph examiner who conducted polygraph examinations of various suspects and persons of interest, relating to the MacDonald murders.  One of the seven so-called Stoeckley witnesses to whom Helena Stoeckley made incriminating statements.  Examined Stoeckley April 23-24, 1971.  Testified at trial in 1979 that in his opinion, she was under the influence of drugs during the April 23 examination.
Britt Gloria Ms.

U.S. Attorney's Office (circa 1986).
Britt Jimmy Bluther Mr. Jimmy Britt, 1979 (l) and 1996 (r) (Photo: <em>Raleigh News & Observer</em>)
Jimmy Britt, 1979 (l) and 1996 (r)
Photo: Raleigh News & Observer


Dates of death reported both as Oct. 19, 2008, Oct. 22, 2008 and Oct. 28, 2008.  Former Deputy U.S. Marshal; retired in Nov. 1990.  Husband of Mary Britt (married 1957, divorced 1989).  By 2004, was the husband of Nancy Britt.
Britt Mary Mrs. Mary Britt, Sept. 17, 2012 (Photo: <em>Raleigh News & Observer [cropped])
Mary Britt, Sept. 17, 2012
Photo: Raleigh News & Observer (cropped)


Married Jimmy Britt in 1957; was divorced in 1989.  Defense witness at Sept. 2012 evidentiary hearing.
Britt Nancy Mrs.

Employed in an administrative capacity in the U. S. Marshal's Office, Eastern District of North Carolina, ca. 2000.  Wife of Jimmy Britt in 2004.
Britt William Earl Mr.

Born 1932.  Federal judge of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina (1981-1983).
"Broadway [Dr.]" Mr.

Per Joe McGinniss in Fatal Vision, circa Jan. 1971, Jeffrey MacDonald worked part-time in New York for a "West Side physician known colloquially as 'Dr. Broadway' -- a man whos specialty it was to cater to the partciular needs of persons affiliated with show business."
Brock Andrew "Andy" Mr. Detective Andrew Brock, Jan. 14, 1983
Detective Andrew Brock, Jan. 14, 1983


Circa 1983, was a detective in the Seneca, S.C. Police Department, working for Sam Shaw (Chief).  Investigated the death of Helena Stoeckley.
Brock Joseph G. Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Brock Patricia Ms.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Bromwich Michael R. Mr. Michael R. Bromwich (Photo: www.steptoe.com)
Michael R. Bromwich

Photo: www.steptoe.com


Born Dec. 19, 1953.  Referred to by Judge Fox as "R. Bromwich."  Inspector General, U.S. Dept. of Justice.  Author of report named "The FBI Laboratory: An Investigation into Laboratory Practices and Alleged Misconduct in Explosives-Related and Other Cases" (April 1997).
Bronstein Jeffrey Mr.

No description available.  Shown as having been issued a subpoena on Aug. 12, 1975.
Bronstein Merrill Hirsch Mr. Merrill Bronstein (Photo: BBC documentary "False Witness" [1989])
Merrill Bronstein
Photo: BBC documentary False Witness (1989)


Middle name also misspelled as Hersch.  One of the doctors who examined Jeffrey MacDonald at Womack Army Hospital on Feb. 17, 1970.
Brooks James Mr.

Grand Juror.
Brosman Paul William Mr. Paul William Brosman (Photo: The Jambalaya 1940, Tulane yearbook
Paul William Brosman
Photo: The Jambalaya 1940, Tulane yearbook


Nov. 9, 1899 - Dec. 21, 1955.  13th dean of the Tulane University Law School (1937 to 1951).  According to Edward F. Sherman, he "was on the first civilian Court of Military Appeals created by the UCMJ in 1951 and played a role in the 'civilianizing' of military justice procedures."
Brown Bonnie Ms.

Per Vivian Stevenson, Brown and Colette MacDonald (née Stevenson) were close friends in Patchogue, NY, and Brown later arranged a baby shower for Colette.
Brown Charlie Mr.

First name also appears spelled as Charley.  Per Kathy Smith, on the night of the murders of Jeffrey MacDonald's family, she was at Bruce Fowler's trailer with Fowler, J. C. Conklin, Johnny Laafe (or Laape) and "a guy named Charlie Brown."
Brown Eugene F. Mr.

Grand Juror.
Brown Gerry Ms.

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, Brown was a friend of a nurse who testified for him; he treated Brown's daughter.
Brown John Robert Mr.

Dec. 10, 1909 - Jan. 23, 1993.  U.S. federal judge of the Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in the 1950s and 1960s.  With Elbert Tuttle, Richard Rives, and John Minor Wisdom, was one of the "Fifth Circuit Four" pivotal in the civil rights movement.
Brown Johnny Mack Mr. Johnny Mack Brown [Photo: FOX Carolina (cropped)]
Johnny Mack Brown
Photo: FOX Carolina (cropped)


In 2006, was U.S. Marshal for the District of South Carolina.  Formerly served for 26 years as the Sheriff of Greenville County, Greenville, S.C.
Brown Kathleen S. Ms.

Notary Public, Wake County, N.C,, circa 1990.
Brown Ralph Mr.

E-4; desceased; in 1969 was described as "dope fiend" psyop patient.
Brown Tran Hao Mrs.

In 1969, was a Vietnamese Language Instructor at the Army Education Center, Ft. Bragg, N.C.  Taught a language class which Colette MacDonald and Robert Butner attended.
Browning Dillard Orsen Mr.

Forensic chemist; Army CID Laboratory.  Participated in the examination of exhibits in the MacDonald case from Feb. 1970 to March or early April of 1971.
Bruce

Doctor.  Apparently prescribed pain medication for Helena Stoeckley Davis for her broken arm.
Bruce Donna Ms.

Attorney licensed to practice in the State of California.  Associated with Jeffrey MacDonald's defense.  From early 1987 utnil Sept. 1990, was responsible for custody of the MacDonald case legal files.
Bruce John Stuart Mr. John Stuart Bruce, Sept. 2012
John Stuart Bruce, Sept. 2012


Executive Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina.  Assisted John F. De Pue in handling the MacDonald case for the government.
Brunner Mary Theresa Ms. Mary Brunner, 1969
Mary Brunner, 1969


Born Dec. 17, 1943.  Former member of the Manson Family, led by Charles Manson, and usually considered to be the first member of the group.  Present during the 1969 murder of Gary Allen Hinman.  Subsequently arrested for numerous offenses including credit card theft and armed robbery, and served a preson sentence at the California Institution for Women.
Brussel Mrs.

Wife of Dr. James Brussel.
Brussel James Arnold Mr. Dr. James Brussel
Dr. James Brussel


Ca. 1905 - Oct. 21, 1982.  Last name also appears misspelled as Brussels and Brussells.  Criminologist and Freudian psychiatrist, widely known for his criminal profiling work on the Mad Bomber case in New York in the 1950s.  Ca. Feb. 1971, provided an opinion for the government about Jeffrey MacDonald's involvement in the MacDonald murders.  With Hirsch Lazaar Silverman, examined MacDonald again for the government on Aug. 13, 1979.
Bryan Albert Vickers Mr. Albert Vickers Bryan
Albert Vickers Bryan


July 23, 1899 - March 13, 1984.  Federal judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.  Received his commission Aug. 15, 1961.  Assumed senior status on May 3, 1972, and served in that capacity until his death.  Father of another federal judge, Albert Vickers Bryan, Jr.
Buchanan Mr.

Justice.  Reference in the Jeffrey MacDonald case is to Orange v. Commonwealth, 191 Va. 423, 435, 64 S. F.2d 267, 272 (1950).
Buck Henrietta Ms.

Court reporter (Grand Jury).
Buckles Jesse Mr.

One of the police officers associated with investigation of the Tate murders in 1969.
Buckley Jay William Mr.

Defendant in a 1991 murder case in Pennsylvania at which FBI Agent Michael Malone testified.
Buckley William Frank Jr. Mr. William F. Buckley, Jr.
William F. Buckley, Jr.


Nov. 24, 1925 - Feb. 27, 2008.  Conservative American author and commentator.  Founded the political magazine National Review in 1955.
Budowle Bruce Mr.

With Max Houck, authored Correlation of Microscopic and Mitochondrial DNA Hair Companrisons (Journale of Forensic Science, Sept. 2002).  Also authored a number of other texts re: DNA.
Buffkin (Nemky) Carol Ms.

Née: Nemky.  Per affidavit of Donald Buffkin, Carol (Nemky) Buffkin married him in 1981 and was his wife at the time he knew Greg Mitchell.
Buffkin Donald Mr.

Claimed he knew Greg Mitchell from 1980 until Mitchell's death in 1982.  Gave affidavit re: alleged confession of Greg Mitchell.
Bugliosi Vincent Mr. Vincent Bugliosi
Vincent Bugliosi


Born Aug. 18, 1934.  American attorney and author best known for prosecuting Charles Manson and other defendants accused of the Tate-LaBianca murders.
Bullock Joe M. Mr.

AKA: David Bullock.  Informant for P. E. Beasley and Larry Studer (1969-1971).
Bunch Jody Ms.

Statement of Joe Bullock says he was in a booth at Dunkin Donuts with Allen Boss/Bass and Jody Bunch.
Bunch Richard Mr.

Prisoner in the stockade at Presidio, California in San Francisco, who was killed on October 11, 1968, by a shotgun blast after walking away from a work detail.  His death was one of two events which set off the Presidio mutiny, a sit-down protest carried out by 27 prisoners at the Presidio stockade on October 14, 1968.  The stiff sentences given out at courts martial for the participants (known as the Presidio 27) attracted attention to the extent of sentiment against the Vietnam War in the armed forces.
Burger Warren Earl Mr. Warren Burger
Warren Burger


Sept. 17, 1907 - June 25, 1995.  15th Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court from 1969 to 1986.
Burgess Mr.

Burgess assumed to be last name.  Associated with Vickie Freese, circa 1969-1971.
Burke Diane Ms.

USSC Deputy Clerk (circa 1997).
Burkett Joseph Mr.

Law clerk for defense attorney Bernard Segal during the 1970 Article 32 hearing.
Burkette Betty Ms.

Stepmother of Vickie Freese.
Burnett Annette Ms.

See Cullity, Annette.
Burnett Gary James Mr.

See also "New York Four."  Male Caucasian; New York resident.  When Jeffrey MacDonald was shown Burnett's photo during the March 20, 1971 Pruett and Kearns interview, MacDonald said he didn't recognize the person in the photo.
Burton Linda J. Ms.

U.S. Army nurse, San Antonio, TX.
Bush Ervin B. Jr. Mr.

Court reporter, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of North Carolina (circa 1979).
Bush Jo B. Miss

Official Reporter, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of North Carolina, circa 1979; still worked in that capacity in 1999.
Bushey Frankie Ms.

Born Oct. 26, 1934.  Last name also misspelled as Boushy and Bushie.  In 1980, claimed that she and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fleck were at Dunkin' Donuts on Feb. 16, 1970 at about 11:30 p.m.  Claimed that she observed a woman and three white males enter the establishment, that they were still there when she left about 12:55 a.m., and that the people resembled members of the Stoeckley group.
Buss James "Jim" Mr.

Reporter and researcher at Vanity Fair magazine, circa 1998.
Butler Mr.

Captain; husband of Mary Butler.  Per Jeffrey MacDonald, the Butlers were among his best friends.
Butler Algernon Lee Mr. Algernon Lee Butler
Algernon Lee Butler


Aug. 2, 1905 - Sept. 5, 1978.  U.S. federal judge on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina, receiving his commission on Aug. 31, 1959.  Served as chief judge from 1961 to 1975, assumed senior status on Aug. 2, 1975, and served in that capacity until his death.
Butler J. M.

Authored Recent Developments in Y-short Tandem Repeat and Y single Nucleotide Polymorphism Analysis, published 2003 by J. M. Butler of the National Institute of Standards.
Butler Mary D. Ms.

Character witness for Jeffrey MacDonald at trial.  Per Jeffrey MacDonald, the Butlers were among his best friends.
Butner Mary Carol Mrs.

AKA: Carol S. Butner.  Née Steib.  Circa 1969-1970, was the wife of Robert W. Butner and friend of Jeffrey MacDonald and his family.
Butner Robert Westbrook "Bob" Mr.

Army Captain assigned to Ft. Bragg, NC, from Sept. 18, 1969 to about June 25, 1970.  Husband of Mary Carol Butner, self-described "close" friend of Jeffrey MacDonald, and one of MacDonald's escort officers in the spring of 1970.
Butts

CW3.  In February 1971, was described as a former neighbor of Jeffrey MacDonald's.
Butts Coy Electra Ms.

Mother of Geraldine Butts Holden.
Butzner John Decker Jr. Mr.

Oct. 2, 1917 - Jan. 20, 2006.  Last name also appears misspelled as Burstner.  Judge for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit (1967-1982).
Buzhardt Mr.

No description available.
Byrd Billy Mr.

According to statement of Debra Lee Harmon (drug user who saw a girl in a park), Byrd was a detective with the Fayetteville Police Department.
Byrne Kevin Bruce Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.


Cahn Richard C. Mr. Richard C. Cahn
Richard C. Cahn


Lawyer for the Kassabs.  Yale University law graduate; admitted to the New York bar (1956) and Florida bar (1966).  His experience includes work in the U.S. Dept of Justice (1956-1957).
Caldwell John "Johnny" Lewis Mr.

Sergeant.  Was at crime scene when Paulk arrived.  Tevere's roommate.
Calkins Carl J. Mr.

Chief of Police, Long Beach Police Dept.
Callahan Kathleen Ms.

Judicial Law Clerk, U.S. Courts, Tucson, AZ area, since July 2014.  Authored Note: In Limbo: In re Davis and the Future of Herrera Innocence Claims in Federal Habeas Proceedings, 53 Arizona Law Review 629 (2011).
Callahan Philip Mr. Phil Callahan, 2007
Phil Callahan, 2007


AKA: JusttheFacts; JTF.  Widely respected as one of the most knowledgable researchers and commentators on the murders of Colette, Kimberley and Kristen MacDonald.  Owner of the MacDonald Case Facts website.
Calley William Laws Jr. Mr. William Calley Jr.
William Calley Jr.


Born June 8, 1943.  Former U.S. Army officer found guilty of murdering 22 unarmed South Vietnamese civilians in the My Lai Massacre on March 16, 1968, during the Vietnam War.
Campbell Mr.

Husband of Marian L. Campbell.
Campbell Glen Travis Mr. Glen Campbell, 1967
Glen Campbell, 1967


Born April 22, 1936.  American country music singer, guitarist, songwriter, television host, and occasional actor.  Best known for a series of hits in the 1960s and 1970s, and for hosting a variety show called The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour on CBS television.
Campbell Mable Ms.

First name also shown misspelled as Mabel.  In 1983, claimed that shortly before Feb. 17, 1970, she saw two white males, one black male and a white female at a drive-in.  Jeffrey MacDonald's defense claimed this was the Stoeckley group.
Campbell Marian L. Ms.

Claimed that at 1:30 a.m. on Feb. 17, 1970, she saw a woman resembling Helena Stoeckley, a black man and one white man leaving Dunkin' Donuts.  Jeffrey MacDonald's defense claimed this was the Stoeckley group.
Camps Francis E.

With Rutherford Birchard Hayes Gradwohl, Ann E. Robinson, and Bernard G. B. Lucas, authored Gradwohl's Legal Medicine (The Williams and Wilkins Company, Balitimore, 1968).
Candish David Mr.

Executive Director of the Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands (July 1970 - Feb. 1973).  Was contacted at one point by Helena Stoeckley.
"Candy" Mr.

See Sanders, Robert Murray.
Canik James C. Mr.

Sent AFDIL fee schedule to Jeffrey MacDonald defense attorney Philip Cormier on March 30, 1999 regarding costs of DNA testing in the MacDonald case.
Cannady Ann Sutton Ms. Ann Sutton Cannady (Photo: BBC documentary "False Witness" [1989])
Ann Sutton Cannady
Photo: BBC documentary False Witness (1989)


Last name also appears misspelled as Cannaday.  In early 1971, worked at The Manor, a ministry and halfway house located in Fayetteville, N.C. with Randy Phillips and Juanita Sisnerios.  Claimed that in March 1971 a man resembling Greg Mitchell wrote incriminating statements on a wall.  In 1988, claimed in a documentary that the man was definitely Mitchell.
Cannady Samuel H. Mr.

Grand Juror.  Excused from all jury duty subsequent to Jan. 13, 1975.
Capote Truman Streckfus Persons Mr. Truman Capote, 1980 (Photo: Jack Mitchell)
Truman Capote, 1980
Photo: Jack Mitchell


Sept. 30, 1924 - Aug. 25, 1984.  American writer best known for his book In Cold Blood (1966) and the novella Breakfast at Tiffany's (1958).
Cardwell William Dale Mr. Dale Cardwell (Photo: Doraville Police Dept.)
Dale Cardwell
Photo: Doraville Police Dept.


Born 1963.  Six-time Emmy award-winning investigative reporter.  Correspondent for "CNN News," circa 1990.  Later ran unsuccessfully as a Democrat from Georgia in the 2008 U.S. Senate race.  In June 2010, was arrested and charged with DUI by Doraville, GA police.
Carlson Norman A. Mr. Norman Carlson
Norman Carlson


Former Director U.S. Dept. of Justice Federal Bureau of Prisons (1970-1987).
Carlucci Tina Ms.

See DeWitt, Judith.
Carney Donna Marie Ms.

Deceased.  AKA: Mrs. Donna Fielden (née: Carney).  Formerly lived at 105 North Anteros St., Stockton, CA.  Identified as a suspect in the MacDonald murders.
Carpenter Gerry Ms.

Woman with whom Jeffrey MacDonald said he had sexual relations after the murders of his family and the 1970 Article 32 hearing.
Carr James Mr.

Shown as having been issued a subpoena to testify, which was returned unserved.
Carroll Ginny Ms.

Staff writer for the Raleigh, N.C. News & Observer (ca. 1979), whose articles about the MacDonald trial appeared in the Aug. 17, 1979 and Aug. 22, 1979 editions.
Carson John William "Johnny" Mr. Johnny Carson, October 1970
Johnny Carson, October 1970


Oct. 23, 1925 - Jan. 23, 2005.  American television host and comedian, known for thirty years as host of The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962-1992).
Carter Alprentice "Bunchy" Mr. Alprentice Bunchy Carter
Alprentice "Bunchy" Carter


Oct. 12, 1942 - Jan. 17, 1969.  African American activist who founded the Southern California chapter of the Black Panther Party.  He was shot and killed by a rival group, and is celebrated by his supporters as a martyr in the Black Power movement in the U.S.
Carter, Douglas C. Mr.

SP4; 1st PSYOP Unit.
Carter Ernest Greenwood Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Carter John Mr.

See also DeCarter, John R.; may be same person.  Detective with Cumberland County Sheriff's Office.
Carter Thelma Ms.

AKA: Thelma Tyndell (née Carter).  Per Mabel Campbell, Carter was a co-worker.
Cartrette Larry R. Mr.

Grand Juror.
Casale Ms.

In February, 1986 was associated with Senator Frank Lautenberg's office.
Case Butch Mr.

Per Bruce Fowler, in 1970 Case was a member of a motorcycle gang in Cincinnati, Ohio, called the Cincinnati Outlaws.
Casey Rick Mr.

Authored "New Science Panel Chief Fights DNA" (Houston Chronicle, Oct. 11, 2009).
Cash Reese

Circa 1970, was associated with the U.S. Marshal's Office, Washington, D.C.  Coordinated with U.S. Attorney Warren Coolidge regarding a possible arrest of Jeffrey MacDonald, depending upon the outcome of the Article 32 hearing.
Casper Edwin George Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Caspar.  In February, 1970 was the husband of Winnie Casper and was living at 334 N. Dougherty St., Ft. Bragg, N.C.
Casper Winnie Archer Mrs.

Last name also appears misspelled as Caspar.  In Feb. 1970, was the wife of Edwin Casper; lived at 334 N. Dougherty St., Ft. Bragg, N.C.  Claimed to have heard voices, "laughing and scuffling" outside her window on the night of Feb. 16-17, 1970.
Castelan Juan Casteneda Mr.

PFC.  On Feb. 17, 1970, was an ambulance driver for Womack Army Hospital, Ft. Bragg, N.C.  With ambulance driver James Paulsen and partner SP5 Donald Jeffery, put Jeffrey MacDonald on a gurney to be taken to Womack Army Hospital, and rode with Jeffery and MacDonald to the hospital.
Castonguay Roger T. Mr.

Circa 1989, was FBI Assistant Director In Charge, Laboratory Division.
Caverly Robert H. Mr.

FBI, Fayetteville office.
Cavett Richard Alva "Dick" Mr. Dick Cavett
Dick Cavett


Born Nov. 19, 1936.  American television personality and former talk show host.  Interviewed Jeffrey MacDonald for The Dick Cavett Show on Dec. 15, 1970.
Cazares Dianne Marie Mrs.

First name also appears misspelled as Diane and Diana.  Last name also appears misspelled as Czaris and Sizaras.  Née Hedden (also appears misspelled as Redden, Van Hedden, and Hedin).  Wife of Raymond Cazares.  With Kathy Smith, shared an apartment with Helena Stoeckley, ca. 1970.
Cazares Raymond Mr.

Husband of Dianne Cazares.  Discharged from the U.S. Army in Oct. 1970.  Arrested for possession of marijuana during Sept. 1970, and in May of 1971 was serving a five-year jail sentence.  Also served prison time in North Carolina for possession of heroin.  Per Jeffrey MacDonald's defense team, was in prison in San Diego, CA in 1990.
Celler Emanuel Mr. Emanuel Celler
Emanuel Celler


May 6, 1888 - Jan. 15, 1981.  Served in the U.S. House of Representatives (March 1923 to Jan. 1973).  As Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee from 1949 to 1973 (except for a break when the Republicans controlled the House), Celler was involved in drafting and passing the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Civil Rights Act of 1968 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Chamberlain Craig Stanley Mr. Craig Chamberlain, 1979
Craig Chamberlain, 1979


SP4.  Chemist, USA CID Laboratory.  Trained in blood stain analysis by Janice Glisson.
Chamberlain Dean Mr.

Boyfriend of Colette MacDonald (née Stevenson), ca. 1962, prior to her marriage to Jeffrey MacDonald.
Chambers

Investigator for North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation.  Re: Neil Braswell, Chambers advised Peter Kearns that the Bureau does not make written reports on the results of their polygraph examinations.
Champion Darl

No descripion available.  Appears on 1979 trial witness list.
Chandler Stephen D. Mr.

E-4; 15th PSYOP Unit.
Char Dr.

Doctor who conducted psychiatric evaluation of Greg Mitchell on Dec. 21, 1970.
Charest John Edward Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Charles Helen Ms.

According to MacDonald, Helen Charles was living with MacDonald's brother Jay.
"Charlie"

See McCoy (assumed), Charlie.
Chase Carl Mr.

Captain, MPC, and Deputy Provost Marshal at Ft. Bragg, NC, ca. 1970.  Commanding officer in July 1970, in charge of detail when the CID forcibly took hair samples from Jeffrey MacDonald.
Cheroke James J. Mr.

FBI Special Agent.  After the departure of FBI Special Agent C. Andrew Thomure, Cheroke was the assigned FBI case agent in the investigation of the factual claims found in the affidavit of Jimmy Britt filed in Jeffrey MacDonald's Application for Authorization to File a Successive Motion for Relief Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 2255.
Chester John Wayne Mr.

Former Army captain and neighbor of MacDonald family.  Ca. 1970, lived at 306 Castle Drive, Ft. Bragg, NC, with his wife, Susan Chester.
Chester Susan Ms.

Former neighbor of MacDonald family.  Ca. 1970, lived at 306 Castle Drive, Ft. Bragg, NC, with her husband, John Chester.
Chin Ming W. Mr. Ming W. Chin
Ming W. Chin


Born Aug. 31, 1942.  Became an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of California on March 1, 1996.  Co-authored Section 1:2 of Forensic DNA Evidence: Science and the Law.
Chloe

See "Daphnis and Chloe."
Christian David M. Jr. Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Christian/Christen Ms.

See Ramage, Elizabeth Ann.
Chucala Steven Mr.

Major, JAGC; Staff Judge Advocate, circa 1974.
Chung Constance Yu-Hwa Povich "Connie" Ms. Connie Chung, 2008 (Photo: Phil Konstantin)
Connie Chung, 2008
Photo: Phil Konstantin


Born Aug. 20, 1946.  American journalist.  Removed as CBS Evening News co-anchor in 1995 after her controversial interviews with a fireman and Newt Gingrich's mother.  Married to talk show host Maury Povich, with one adopted son.
Cicardo

In February 1971, was identified as "arranging a citizens' fund" to support Jeffrey MacDonald's defense.
Cilman Alan Jay Mr. Alan Jay Cilman
Alan Jay Cilman


FOIA attorney for Jeffrey MacDonald, ca. 1979.  Disbarred by State of California (Aug. 19, 1993).  Suspended from the practice of law for two years by the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board (July 23, 1998).  Suspended from the practice of law in the Commonwealth of Virginia several times between July 23, 1998 and Aug. 10, 2001; again suspended for two years effective June 28, 2002.
Cipes Robert M. Mr.

Edited Vol. 8 of Moore's Federal Practice.
Cirrone Charles David Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Civiletti Benjamin Richard Mr. Benjamin Civiletti
Benjamin Civiletti


Born July 17, 1935.  U.S. Attorney General (Aug. 16, 1979 - Jan. 19, 1981).  In 2005, became the first U.S. lawyer to charge $1000 an hour.  Allegedly asked FBI Agent Ted Gunderson to "retire early."
Claiborne Ross Mr.

Hired by Dell Publishing in 1957; eventually became editorial director and co-founder of Dell's Delacorte Press.  Joined Warner Books in Sept. 1981; by July 1983, was no longer a publisher at Warner.
Clark

Per James Douthat, Clark was a U.S. Army Captain, ca. 1970.
Clark Mr.

Federal judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.
Clark Ms.

Reference is only by Jeffrey MacDonald to "the Clark girl."
Clark John M. Mr.

Criminal Investigator.  During the CID investigation, statements were received from Clark and other individuals covering interviews of friends and/or former neighbors and acquaintances of Jeffrey and/or Colette MacDonald.
Clark Morris Sam Mr.

Assistant Section Chief of the Scientific Analysis Section, FBI.  Code initials were "IZ."
Clark Neil Mr.

Per Ted Gunderson: "Attorney Neil Clark accepted Nolle Prosequi on Feb. 7, 1971, dismissing all charges against Rizzo."
Clark Thomas Campbell Mr. Thomas Campbell Clark
Thomas Campbell Clark


Sept. 23, 1899 - June 13, 1977.  U.S. Attorney General (1945 to 1949) and an Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1949 to 1967).
Clark Timothy Steven Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Clark W. G.

Cumberland County Sheriff.
Clark William Ramsey Mr. Ramsey Clark, Feb. 28, 1968
Ramsey Clark, Feb. 28, 1968


Born Dec. 18, 1927.  Middle name also appears misspelled as Ramsay.  American lawyer, activist and former public official.  U.S. Attorney General (1967-1969).  Supervised the drafting and played an important role in the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and Civil Rights Act of 1968.
Clary Mr.

Juror in the 1979 trial of Jeffrey Macdonald.
Clement Meghan E. Ms.

Technical Director, Forensic Identity laboratory at Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings (LabCorp); defense DNA expert.
Clingingsmith, Jessie L.

E-4; 15th PSYOP Unit.
Clinton William Jefferson "Bill" Mr. Bill Clinton
Bill Clinton


Born Aug. 19, 1946.  American politician; served as 42nd President of the U.S. (1993-2001).
Coakley Catherine Mrs.

Described by the government as one of the "close personal friends" of Jeffrey MacDonald's, who visited him during his hospitalization at Ft. Bragg, N.C. and who were interviewed by the FBI.
Cobb Mr.

Alterntae juror in the 1979 trial of Jeffrey MacDonald.
Cochran Pamela Lorraine Mrs.

See Kalin, Pamela Lorraine.
Cochran William W. Mr.

Husband of Pamela Lorraine Cochran (née Kalin).
Cockman David R. Mr. David R. Cockman
David R. Cockman


Attorney in Raleigh, N.C.  May be same as named in law firm of Dupree, Weaver, Horton, Cockman and Alvis in Raleigh, N.C., where Jimmie Proctor was associated from Sept. 1962 until May 1969.
Cody Edmund Mr.

Referred to on front cover of magazine: "The Missing Wives of Edmund Cody."
Coggins Steve Mr.

During the 1979 trial of Jeffrey MacDonald. was a law clerk for Judge Franklin Dupree, also once serving as a model during a courtroom demonstration.  Per Dupree, Dupree contacted Coggins on the weekend of Aug. 18-19, 1979, to instruct Coggins to try to find a new lawyer for Helena Stoeckley, who claimed she was fearful that Bernard Segal could cause her physical injury.
Cohen Andrew Mr.

Law Clerk to Judge Franklin Dupree (circa 1991).
Cohen Laurie P. Ms. Laurie P. Cohen
Laurie P. Cohen


Reporter for The Wall Street Journal (1983 - 2008).  Her articles for that publication include Strand of Evidence: FBI Crime-Lab Work Emerges as New Issue in Famed Murder Case -- Jeffrey MacDonald's Lawyer Alleges Fraud by Agent with History of Problems -- Mystery of Blond Fibers (April 16, 1997), and Fatal Revision: The Plot Thickens in Famed Murder Case: Dr. MacDonald Pins Hope on U.S. Marshal's Account of What a Suspect Said (Dec. 14, 2005).
Cohen Rebecca Jane Mrs.

Last name also appears spelled as Coahn.  Attended same Child Psychology class as Colette MacDonald on Feb. 16, 1970.  Described Colette telling instructor that her youngest daughter, Kristen, wanted to sleep in master bed, and that "it was her husband's decision that the child stay in their bed and that she sleep on the couch." Also saw Colette at the "shoppette" after class.
Coit John Mr.

Associated with the Charlotte News and Observer.
Cole Gary Michael Mr. Gary Cole (Photo: Gary Cole Archives)
Gary Cole
Photo: Gary Cole Archives


Born Sept. 20, 1956.  American actor and voice artist.  Played Jeffrey MacDonald in TV movie Fatal Vision (1984).
Cole Janice McKenzie Ms. Janice McKenzie Cole
Janice McKenzie Cole


U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina (1994-2001).  Also served as a North Carolina District Court Judge, as well as being the founder of the Cole Immigration Law Center in North Carolina.
Cole Shirley J. Mrs. Shirley Cole (Photo: BBC documentary "False Witness" [1989])
Shirley Cole
Photo: BBC documentary False Witness (1989)


Claimed that in the early morning hours of Feb. 17, 1970, she saw a blue Mustang and three people whom the defense maintained were members of the "Stoeckley group."
Cole Wineford "Winnie"

Per P. E. Beasley, alleged by Helena Stoeckley (ca. 1970) to be an associate of Ike Atkinson and involved in smuggling of drugs in body cavities of deceased soldiers.
Coleman James E. Jr. Mr. James E. Coleman, Jr.
James E. Coleman, Jr.


Attorney.  Professor of Law at Duke Center for Criminal Justice and Professional Responsibility.  Associated with North Carolina Center on Actual Innocence.
Colleen

Per Jerry Potter, "Colleen" and Jeffrey MacDonald helped Josephine Kingston and her daughter pack for a move to be with Col. Kingston.  This writer believes Potter meant "Colette" (MacDonald) and not "Colleen."
Columbo/Colombo Robert L. Mr.

Correct spelling of last name unknown.  Criminal investigator.  Interviewed Jeffrey MacDonald's sister, Judy Alvey (née: Judy MacDonald).
Comisky John Mr.

Named by defense as a member of the "Stoeckley group."
Comisky Patricia Anne "Pat" Ms.

See also Pat (no last name); may be same person.  In 1971, was approximately 18 years old and a patient in the psychiatric ward of the Women's Prison in Raleigh, N.C., where at one point she was seen by Dr. Ian C. Wilson.  One of 125 people whose figerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Comisky Richard Mr.

See also Richard; may be same person.  Claimed he saw Helena Stoeckley in Rowan Park sometime between August and October 1970; that she was with a white male with a "scraggly" mustache; and that she said "We did the MacDonald thing" and "We did the killings."
Condrey J. B.

Captain, McDowell County Prison, Spindale, N.C., ca. 1980.
Conklin John C. Mr.

See also Conklin, John H. and Conklin, John L.  AKA: "J. C." Conklin.  Last name also appears misspelled as "Poplin" (phonetic).  Per Prince Beasley, Helena Stoeckley stated she knew a drug addict by the name of John Conklin who was living at 1108 Clark St. "at this time" and was AWOL from the Army.  Beasley says that Conklin was also "shacking up" with Kathy Smith and Dianne Hedden Cazares.
Conklin John H. Mr.

See also Conklin, John C.; may be same person.  In 1971, was described by the Army CID as having departed the 82nd MP Co., Ft. Bragg (N.C.) on July 9, 1970, assigned to Pers Mail Sec. APO.
Conklin John L. Mr.

See also Conklin, John C.; may be same person.  U.S. Army serviceman, ca. 1971.
Conley

Interviewed circa February 1971 regarding relationship with Neil Keith Braswell.
Connelly Bob Mr.

Greg Mitchell's boss at Toledo Scales.
Conners Arthur Boyd Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Connors.  DAC Chemist; Chief of Chemistry Division, circa 1970.
Connolly Paul A. Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Connelly.  CID investigator, circa 1970.  Accompanied CID Agent William Ivory when Dr. Neal was escorted through the crime scene on Feb. 17, 1970.  Was later sent by Ivory to the morgue at Womack Army Hospital, Ft. Bragg, N.C. for the purpose of obtaining evidence and clothing from the bodies of Colette, Kimberley and Kristen MacDonald.  Also was the first CID agent to interview Jeffrey MacDonald.
Connor Patricia S.

Clerk, U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Conrad

Per Robert Stevenson, Conrad was a jewelry designer associated with "the Conrad shop" in Greenwich Village, NY, in the late 1960s.
Conradi Sandra Ms.

Last name also appears misspelled as Conrotty.  Conducted autopsy on Helena Stoeckley Davis (Jan. 1983).  Said by Dr. Ronald Wright to be an "outstanding forensic pathologist."
Conroy

FBI Special Agent.
Cook Larry Mr.

Per Prince Beasley, Cook was a black male who worked in the mess hall at Ft. Bragg, circa 1970.  Per Pat Reese, Cook was a "small thin guy" involved in Operation Awareness, a drug rehabilitation program at Ft. Bragg.
Cooke Elmer W. Mr.

Administered oath re: statement of Richard Purkiss.
Cooke Janet Leslie Ms. Janet Cooke
Janet Cooke


Born July 23, 1954.  Former American journalist.  Won a Pulitzer Prize in 1981 for an article written for The Washington Post, but the story was later discovered to have been fabricated.  Cooke subsequently returned the Pulitzer after admitting she had fabricated stories.
Cooley George Mr.

Stepfather of Bruce Fowler.
Cooley Leslie K. Ms. Leslie Cooley (Photo: StarNews)
Leslie Cooley
Photo: StarNews


Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina.
Coolidge Warren Harding Mr.

U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina (1969-1973), and a Republican candidate for North Carolina Attorney General (1968).
Cooper

One of several CID agents who conducted interviews on Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. 1970.
Cooper Charles E. "Charlie" Mr.

Middle initial also wrongly appears as "C."  Ca. 1970, was a U.S. Army fingerprint examiner at Ft. Bragg, N.C.  Obtained footprints of Jeffrey MacDonald at Womack Army Hospital on Feb. 25, 1970.
Cormier Philip George Mr. Philip Cormier
Philip Cormier


First name also shown misspelled as Phillip.  Associate with the law firm Good & Cormier (formerly Silverglate & Good).  Attorney who first began representing Jeffrey MacDonald in 1990.
Cornell Robert K. Mr.

Lt. Colonel, circa 1971.
Cornyn John III Mr. John Cornyn, 2009
John Cornyn, 2009


Born Feb. 2, 1952.  Senior U.S. Senator for Texas, serving since 2002.  Member of the Republican Party and the Senate Minority Whip for the 113th Congress.
Couch Raymond "Ray" Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Crouch.  Private investigator.
Coulbourne Murray A. Mr.

SPR; BQ, Staff & Fac. (1969); described as "dope fiend."
Coup Dennis Mr.

LTC, Criminal Law Division, Office of the Judge Advocate General, Dept. of the Army, Washington, D.C.
Courtland

Psychiatrist, assumed to have examined Jeffrey MacDonald in 1970.  Per James Blackburn (1979), believed to have submitted non-grand jury statement to the prosecution.
Cousin George Mr.

E-1; HHC, 6th SF Gp (1969); described as "dope fiend."
Cowans Stephen Mr. Stephen Cowans
Stephen Cowans


Convicted in the 1997 shooting of a Boston Police officer.  Exonerated in 2004 after DNA redundancy proved his innocence.
Cox Rayma

Administrative Technician, Colorado State Judicial Dept., ca. 1975.  Provided information to Jeffrey MacDonald's defense team re: jury selection process.
Cox Wally Mr.

Cpt.  Escort officer, circa July 1970.
Craigo Lois Ms. Lois Craigo
Lois Craigo


1925 - March 26, 2013.  Served at Furman University for 29 years, the last 12 years as Assistant Registrar.  Retired in June 1990.
Cramado Debbie Mrs.

Last name also appears misspelled as Cromartie and Crumfler.  Sister of Myra Posey and wife of Jimmy Cramado.
Cramado Jimmy Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Cromartie and Crumfler.  Husband of Debbie Cramado (Myra Posey's sister) and brother-in-law of William Edward Posey.
Crapse James A. Mr.

SPC.
Craven James Braxton Jr. Mr.

April 3, 1918 - May 3, 1977.  Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Western District of North Carolina (1948-1952); appointed as a Special judge of the North Carolina Superior Court (1956-1961).  Received commission as a federal judge of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of North Carolina on Aug. 10, 1961, and served as chief judge from 1962-1966.  Federal judge for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit (1966-1977).
Crawley Jack Benjamin Jr. Mr. Jack Crawley, Sept. 2012 (Photo: blackburnseminars.com [cropped])
Jack Crawley, Sept. 2012
Photo: blackburnseminars.com (cropped)


Assistant U.S. Attorney on the trial team during the 1979 trial of Jeffrey MacDonald.  Government witness at Sept. 2012 evidentiary hearing.
Creek Enoch Jr. Mr.

Murdered by Robert Abney.  Reference in the Jeffrey MacDonald case is to U.S. v. Abney, 508 F.2d 1285 (1975).
Crews

A doctor Greg Mitchell knew at Ft. Bragg, NC.
Cripe Clair A.

General Counsel, U.S. Dept. of Justice, Federal Prison System.
Cristina Francis M. Mr.

FBI Special Agent.
Cronin Bill Mr.

Front Office, FBI Laboratory (1975-1979); Unit Chief Serology, Section Chief (1979-1983).
Cronkite Walter Leland Jr. Mr. Walter Cronkite, 2004
Walter Cronkite, 2004


Nov. 4, 1916 - July 17, 2009.  American broadcast journalist, best known as anchorman for the CBS Evening News from 1962-1981.
Crook Mr.

Circa 1979, prepared and signed report used at trial re: Neutron Activation Analysis.
Crossen Cynthia Ms.

Veteran reporter for the Wall Street Journal,
Crouch Raymond Mr.

See Couch, Raymond.
Crouchley John S. Mr.

Law student clerk to attorney Brian O'Neill (May 1983 - April 1984).  Appears to be first person to describe synthetic fibers in the MacDonald case as having come from a wig (an unfounded claim).  Later licensed to practice law in the State of California.
Crow Denise Ms.

No description available.
Culliford Bryan J. Mr.

Authored "The Examination and Typing of Bloodstains in the Crime Laboratory" (Dec. 1971).
Cullity Annette Ms.

See also "New York Four."  AKA: Annette Burnett.  Née Cullity.  Female Caucasian; New York resident.  When Jeffrey MacDonald was shown her photo during the March 20, 1971 Pruett and Kearns interview and was asked if he recognized her, MacDonald replied, "I don't think so.  I don't remember, as far as I know."
Cummings John Mr.

Last name also misspelled as Cummins.  Prize-winning investigative reporter at N.Y. Newsday in Long Island, N.Y.  Co-authored the "Heist" (1987), "Goombata: The Improbably Rise and Fall of John Gotti and His Gang" (1990) and "Death Do Us Part" (1993).  Interviewed Jeffrey MacDonald during July 1970, before MacDonald's testimony at the Article 32 military hearing.
Cummins Robert Mr.

Detective, Suffolk County Police Department.
Curran Joseph F. Mr.

Shown only in reference to "Of Counsel Joseph F. Curran (MD. VA.)."
Currin Manie Ms.

Court Reporter during 1974-1975 Grand Jury.
Currin Margaret Person Ms. Margaret Person Currin
Margaret Person Currin


U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina (1988-1993).
Currin Samuel T. Mr. Sam Currin (Photo: WTVD-TV, Raleigh-Durham, NC)
Sam Currin
Photo: WTVD-TV, Raleigh-Durham, NC


Former federal prosecutor and Republican Party chairman, N.C.  U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina (1981-1987) and North Carolina Senior Court Judge (1987-1998).  On Sept. 5, 2007, at age 58, he was sentenced to 5 years and 10 months in federal prison after pleading guilty to charges of money laundering and obstruction.  In July 2009, Senior U.S. District Judge William Earl Britt ordered his early release after Currin's defense attorney, Thomas Walker, argued that Currin should be granted the kind of leniency Currin often opposed for criminals.
Curry J. Paul Mr.

Per Ted Gunderson, Curry was a doctor who gave Gunderson $5,000.00 on Dec. 24, 1979 to help with MacDonald's investigation.
Curry William J. Mr.

Attorney involved in an unknown capacity in the MacDonald case, circa 1977 and 1980.
Curtis Joe Mr.

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, was an inmate in a cell beside MacDonald's at Terminal Island.


D'Amore Mario Sabastian Mr.

See also Demon (phonetic); may be same person.  Circa 1970, was an Army MP and Richard Tevere's partner.  Described by Kenneth Mica as having been present at initial entrance to the crime scene.
Dahlman Ernest Sr. Mr.

Described as a "close personal friend" of Jeffrey MacDonald's, who, along with his wife, their son and their son's wife, visited MacDonald during his hospitalization at Womack Army Hospital, and who was later interviewed by the FBI.
Dahlman Ernest Sr. Mrs.

Described as a "close personal friend" of Jeffrey MacDonald's, who, along with her husband, their son and their son's wife, visited MacDonald during his hospitalization at Womack Army Hospital, and who was later interviewed by the FBI.
Daily Mr.

Circa 1970-1971, was an Army Captain who offered defense attorney Bernard Segal's depositions of investigators to Colonel Pruett.
Dallas Belinda Ms.

Signed morgue receipt for bodies of Kimberley and Kristen MacDonald which were received at 8:00 a.m. on Feb. 17, 1970.
Dalta Jacki Ms.

Notary Public (Harnett County, North Carolina; circa 1988).
Daniel David Mr.

Clerk, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of North Carolina (circa 1998).
Daniel Deborah S. Ms.

Deputy Clerk, U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Daniels Dorsey Mr.

In 1970, was the manager at the Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Company, Fayetteville, N.C., where operators Carolyn Goldman and Janice Carolyn Landen took the initial call from Jeffrey MacDonald on the morning of Feb. 17, 1970.
Danka Jetty C.

Bookkeeper for McFayden's Plumbing and Heating Co., Greensboro, N.C. (ca. 1970), where Neil Braswell worked.  Provided payroll records re: Braswell's precence at work on Feb. 16-17, 1970.
Dannelly Ellen Ms.

Private investigator, North Carolina.  Licensed July 14, 1989.  Daughter of Raymond R. Shedlick, Sr.  Began to assist Shedlick in March 1983.
Danziger Richard Mr.

Convicted in 1989 of the 1988 sexual assault of Nancy DePriest.  His co-defendant, Christopher Ochoa, was convicted of her murder.  Danziger was exonerated by DNA testing in 2002.
Daouod Yasser

DNA Analyst, Dept. of Defense, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP).
"Daphnis and Chloe" Daphnis and Chloe
Daphnis and Chloe


The only known work of the 2nd century AD Greek novelist and romancer Longus.
Darby Robert A. Mr.

Criminal Investigator.  During the CID investigation, statements were received from Darby and other individuals covering interviews of friends and/or former neighbors and acquaintances of Jeffrey and/or Colette MacDonald.
Darden Iris Mrs.

Kimberley MacDonald's schoolteacher at the Post Kindergarten Annex, Spring Lake area. Ft. Bragg, N.C.
Darden William H. Mr.

Article I federal judge serving on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (Nov. 13, 1968 - Dec. 29, 1973).  Served as chief judge from 1971 to 1973.
Darris Ron Mr.

Associated with Headstart Hair (Winterhaven, FL).  Allegedly a person who by 1992 had been in the wig business for more than 30 years.
"Dave"

See also Mitchell, Greg Howard.  Defense claims "Dave" and Mitchell are the same person.  Described by Ann Sutton Cannady, Randy Phillips and Juanita Sisnerios as having visited The Manor, a ministry and Fayetteville, N.C. providing counseling and assistance to young people having alcohol and drug problems.
Davenport Albert Mr.

Maintenance worker at Seneca Gardens Apartments where Helena Stoeckley was found deceased on January 14, 1983.
Davenport Steve Mr.

Polygrapher who examined Jimmy Britt in 2005.
Davidson Karen R. Ms.

Last name also appears misspelled as Davidsen.  Attorney admitted to practice in the State of California and the Federal District Court for the Central District of California.  From Nov. 11, 1982 through Feb. 15, 1984, worked on post-trial remedies for Jeffrey MacDonald, with attorney Brian O'Neill.
Davis Mr.

Described by Bernard Segal as being the manager of Fayetteville office of Southern Bell Telephone Company, ca. 1970.
Davis Charles J. Jr. Mr.

Lt. Colonel.  In 1970, was Chief of Pathology at Womack Army Hospital, Ft. Bragg, N.C.  Dr. George Gammel's direct supervisor, and witness to autopsies of Colette and Kimberley MacDonald.
Davis Cody Mr. Cody Davis
Cody Davis


Wrongfully convicted in 2006 of the robbing of a bar at gunpoint in Florida.
Davis David Mr.

Born 1982.  Helena Stoeckley's son by Ernest Davis.
Davis Ernest Leroy Mr. Ernest Davis, 1979
Ernest Davis, 1979


Born 1957, per Errol Morris.  Boyfriend of and engaged to Helena Stoeckley at the time of the MacDonald trial; married her in 1980.
Davis Faddis Mr.

Deceased prior to or in 1990, per Jeffrey MacDonald's defense team.  Former Fayetteville, N.C. police dispatcher who allegedly received call(s) on Feb. 18, 1970 from P. E. Beasley, stating that Beasley had in custody Helena Stoeckley and others who were possibly involved in the MacDonald murders.  Per Blaine O'Brian, Faddis told Beasley that he (Faddis) would call the CID at Ft. Bragg to advise them of this.
Davis Ray Mr.

Per Dwight Smith, was a State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) Agent, North Carolina.
Davis Rex D. Mr.

Director; Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Division.
Daw Barbara Helen Mrs.

In 1970, was the wife of Roy Daw and mother of Chris and Kim Daw.  Claimed that a young girl named Mary Hardin came to live with the Daw family, and reportedly terrorized the family.  Jeffrey MacDonald's defense team surmised that Hardin might actually be Helena Stoeckley, but per defense attorney Michael Malley (1971), Mrs. Daw was "apprently the victim of an imaginary illness . . . she seems to have been a mental patient at one time," and the testimony about Hardin was "politely ignored as a dead-end from the point of view of the MacDonald case."
Daw Chris Lavoy Mr.

Son of Barbara and Roy Daw; brother of Kim Daw.
Daw Kim Joyce Ms.

Daughter of Barbara and Roy Daw; sister of Chris Daw.
Daw Richard (assumed) "Dick" Mr.

Associated Press newspaper reporter, ca. 1970.
Daw Roy Cornelius Mr.

Also referred to as Robert Daw by wife Barbara.  In 1970, was the husband of Barbara Daw, and father to son Chris and daughter Kim Daw.
Dawn

Babysitter for the children of Vivian and Robert Stevenson, ca. 1971.
Daws (phonetic)

Per Helena Stoeckley, she had an appointment with this psychologist at Clemson University, Clemson, S.C. on Sept. 12, 1981.
Day Coy E.

Juror re: Allen Mazerolle's 1970 arrest for possession and transportation of LSD.
Day Thomas E. Mr.

Lt. Colonel, circa 1971.
Dean James Byron Mr. James Dean in Rebel Without a Cause (1955)
James Dean in Rebel Without a Cause (1955)


Feb. 8, 1931 - Sept. 30, 1955.  American actor and cultural icon.
Debbie

No description available.
De Bra Don W. Jr. Mr.

CPT, MC.  Physician who evaluated Helena Stoeckley re: her June 4, 1970 hospital admission.
De Brier Samson Mr. Samson De Brier
Samson De Brier


March 18, 1909 - April 1, 1995  Actor and occultist, best known for hosting a popular Hollywood salon during the fifties and sixties, and for appearing in the 1954 underground film Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome.
DeCarter John R. Mr.

See also Carter, John; may be same person.  Last name also appears misspelled as DeCortes, Carter (John D.), and de Carter.  Cumberland County Sheriff's Dept. ca. 1970, and witness re: Allen Mazerolle's arrest.
Dedman Harold "Hal" Mr.

Last name also shown spelled as Deadman.  Former FBI Laboratory official.
Deedrick Douglas W. Mr.

With Sandra Koch, authored academic journal article entitled Microsopy of Hair, Part 1: A Practical Guide and Manual for Human Hairs.
Deeham Frances B. Ms.

Notary Public, Florida, circa 1984.
DeForest Peter R. Mr.

Defense expert with regard to DNA testing.
de Graffenreid Frank Mr.

Detective Lt., Auburn, Alabama Police Dept., circa 1971.
Dehart Mrs.

Lived with Janice Fowler in Cincinnati, Ohio, ca. 1970.
Deis Mr.

Last name shown spelled both as Dies and Deis; this writer believes that Deis is probably the correct spelling.
Dekay, John E. Mr.

PFC; 15th PSYOP Unit.
Delgado Abraham Mr.

E-1; Six Co. 7th SF Gp (1969); described as "dope fiend."
Delgado Tina Marie Ms.

Biometrics Analysis Section Technical Leader, FBI Laboratory.
DeLorean John Zachary Mr. John DeLorean
John DeLorean


Jan. 6, 1925 - March 19, 2005.  American engineer and executive in the U.S. auto industry, and founder of the DeLorean Motor Company.  Also well known for his 1982 arrest on charges of drug trafficking.  He successfully defended these charges, showing that his involvement was a result of entrapment by federal agents.
Dembeck Adeline A. Ms.

Author of Guidebook to Man-Made Textile Fibers and Textured Yarns of the World.
Demon (phonetic)

See also D'Amore, Mario; may be same person.  Per Kenneth Mica, he saw "Specialist Four Demon (phonetic)" at the MacDonald crime scene.
Depasquale Kenneth "Kenny" Mr.

Manager of the Sheraton Motel, San Antonio, TX, and acquaintance of Jeffrey MacDonald during the period July-Aug. 1969.
De Pue John Fichter Mr. John De Pue, March 2010<BR>Fair-use image by C. Masewicz (cropped)
John De Pue, March 2010
Fair-use image by C. Masewicz (cropped)


Attorney.  Prior to joining the U.S. Dept. of Justice, served in the Army's Judge Advocate General Corp (Republic of Viet Nam) and taught international law at West Point.  Joined the U.S. Dept. of Justice Criminal Division's Appellate Section in 1978.  In 1989, joined the Criminal Division's General Litigation Section as its senior legal advisor for counterterrorism and, upon the establishment of a Counterterrorism Section in that Division, served as its principal appellate advocate.  Retired from the Army Reserve in 2000 with the rank of Brigadier General and from the Dept. of Justice in 2005.  Subsequently returned to duty with the Justice Dept. as an annuitant.
DeRosa Jerry Mr.

LAPD Officer who was first to arrive at the scene of the Tate murders in 1969.
Dershowitz Alan Morton Mr. Alan Derschowitz
Alan Derschowitz


Born Sept. 1, 1938.  American lawyer, jurist, and political commentator.  Prominent scholar on U.S. constitutional law and criminal law.  Spent most of his career at Harvard Law School where in 1967, at age 28, he became the youngest full professor of law in its history.  Retired from teaching at Harvard Law in Dec. 2013.

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, Derschowitz was hired by him following the denial of MacDonald's 1984 motions for post-trial relief.
Dettlaff-Kakol A.

With R. Pawlowski, authored First Polish DNA "Manhunt" - an application of Y Chromosomes STR's (pub. online June 22, 2002).
Deukmeiian Courken George Jr. Mr. George Deukmeiian
George Deukmeiian


Born June 6, 1928.  California Attorney General (1979-1983).  Attorney for complaintant Robert Rowland in 1979 and 1982 re: revocation of Jeffrey MacDonald's California medical license.  Governnor of California (1983-1991).
DeVries Juliana Ms.

Paralegal (ca. 2013).
DeWitt Judith K. or D. "Judy" Miss

Last name also appears misspelled as DeWitte.  AKA: Tina Carlucci (alias used by Joe McGinniss in Fatal Vision).  WAC Army nurse who had an intimate relationship with Jeffrey MacDonald in San Antonio, Texas in late 1969.
Diana

No determinination can be made from document whether name is Diana or Diana Jay (Jay may be name of another individual, possibly male).
Diane

Per defense, MacDonald spoke to "Diane" on 11/25/85 and gave her a list of people whose testimony he wanted.
Dice John Mr.

Reference is only by Judge Dupree to "John Dice against John Dice."
Dick Joe Mr.

Confessed to a murder for which James Donnelly was wrongly convicted (1913).
Dickerson David Harlan Mr.

Military Policeman; SP4.  Patrol driver for Lt. Joseph Paulk.
Dickerson Dwight B. Jr. Mr.

2LT.
Dickinson Bill Mr.

Deputy Marshal (retired).  Gave a copy of newspaper articles re: Jimmy Britt to USDM Dennis Meehan, which resulted in Meehan's first awareness of the allegations made by Jimmy Britt re: the transportation of Helena Stoeckley.
Didion Joan Ms. Joan Didion, 2008
Joan Didion, 2008


Born Dec. 5, 1934.  American author best known for her novels and literary journalism.  One of her articles, "A Problem in Making Connections," was enclosed in a lipstick-imprinted card, signed "Love, Jo," which was mailed to Jeffrey MacDonald's office on Feb. 14, 1970 from Hawaii by Jo Kingston, the then-wife of Col. Robert Kingston.
Dies Mr.

See Deis (Mr.)
Dillon Denis E. Mr. Denis Dillon
Denis Dillon


1923 - Aug. 15, 2010.  Former pplice officer in New York City.  Later hired into the U.S. Justice Department, and served for over 30 years as chief prosecutor, U.S. Attorney's Office, Nassau County, N.Y.
Dillon Wendy Lee Ms.

Resident of Havelock, N.C. (ca. 2005).  Daughter of Geraldine Butts Holden, and sister of Crae Willis.
Dineen Brian Mr.

Per affidavit of Bryant Lane (March 1, 2005), Brian Dineen named as someone he knew in the early 1980s.
Dinkins

Interviewed circa February 1971 regarding relationship with Neil Keith Braswell.
Dipp Barbara Ms.

Notary Public, circa 1990.
Dixon Marden Mr.

Formerly associated with Armed Forces Institute in Washington, D.C.
DiZinno Joseph A. Mr. Joseph DiZinno
Joseph DiZinno


FBI Special Agent (1986-1989; retired 2008).  Served in the FBI Laboratory as Supervisory Special Agent (1989-1997); Unit Chief, Mitochondrial DNA Unit (1997-2000); Section Chief - Scientific Analysis Section (2000-2002); Deputy Assistant Director (2002-2006); and Assistant Director Laboratory Division (2006-2008).
Dobbs William "Bill" Mr.

Once married to Jan Snyder.
Dodd Judith C. Ms.

Associated with CID Agency, circa 1971.
Doherty Dennis Gerrard Stephen "Denny" Mr. Dennis "Denny" Doherty
Dennis "Denny" Doherty


Nov. 29, 1940 - Jan. 19, 2007.  Canadian singer, songwriter and musician, most widely known as a founding member of the 1960s musical group The Mamas & the Papas.
Doherty Nancy Ms.

See McGinniss (née Doherty), Nancy.
Dominica (Sister) Ms.

In 1971, was a Catholic sister at Aquinas Junior College in Nashville, Tennessee.
Donnelly James Mr.

Wrongly convicted (1913) of a murder which Joe Dick confessed committing.
Donohue Thomas John Mr.

FBI Special Agent.
Donovan Denis Mr.

Psychiatrist in Chapel Hill, N.C.; treated Maggie Mauney, ca. 1982-1984.
Donovan Mary Ms.

On Feb. 17, 1970, was a retired military army nurse working as a civilian nurse at Womack Army Hospital, Ft. Bragg, N.C.
Dooley J. L.

CPT, FA, Assistant Adjutant.
Doremus Vernon G. Mr.

E-3; E. SFTG (1969); described as "dope fiend."
Douce

May have been FBI agent, ca. 1979.  Questioned Jeffrey MacDonald during MacDonald's hypnosis session with Dr. Kroger (June 1979).
Douglas William Orville Mr. William Orville Douglas
William Orville Douglas


Oct. 16, 1898 - Jan. 19, 1980.  Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.  His term, lasting 36 years and 209 days (1939-1975), is the longest term in the history of the Supreme Court.
Douthat Ms.

Wife of MacDonald's military lawyer, James Douthat.
Douthat James F. Mr. James Douthat
James Douthat


Last name also misspelled as Dalthan and Dalphid.  Jeffrey MacDonald's military lawyer.
Dowell Mr.

Colonel (U.S. Army), ca. 1971.
Drake Ralph Wilbur Mr.

Aug. 7, 1911 - 2002.  Judge who married Helena Stoeckley and Ernest Davis on April 1, 1980 in Greenville County, S.C.  Retired in 1990.
"Dre"

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, "Dre" was MacDonald's idea for the name of a composite character in a movie he hoped to have made.
Dreiband Susan Ms.

According to Fred Bost, Dreiband was associated with the Army CID's public affairs office.
Dreupple

Chief of Womack Army Hospital.
Dreyfus Alfred Mr. Alfred Dreyfus
Alfred Dreyfus


Oct. 9, 1859 - July 12, 1935.  French artillery officer of Jewish background whose trial and conviction in 1894 on charges of treason became one of the most tense political dramas in modern French history.  Known today as the Dreyfus Affair, the incident eventually ended with Dreyfus' complete exoneration.  [Wikipedia]
Dreyfus Cherise B.

Associated with FBI Laboratory, Quantico, VA.
Druwiec

Interviewed circa February 1971 regarding relationship with Neil Keith Braswell.
Dua Ruea

COMUSACIDC, Washington, D.C. (circa 1975).
Dublin Ruby L. Ms.

Notary Public, Los Angeles County, California, circa 1991.
Duckett James A. Mr. James Duckett
James Duckett


Sexually assaulted and murdered 11-year-old Teresa McAbee on the night of May 11, 1987, in Mascotte, Florida.  Michael Malone, who examined evidence in the Jeffrey MacDonald case, testified at Duckett's trial.
Duffy Robert John Mr.

MP; SP4.  Circa Feb. 16-17, 1970, was the patrol partner of Jackson.  Present at initian entrance to crime scene.
Duncan Allyson Ms. Allyson Duncan
Allyson Duncan


Born Sept. 5, 1951.  Federal Judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, and its first female African-American judge.
Dunn Mr.

Attended a "Jump Party" in San Antonio, Texas, on December 6, 1969, at which Jeffrey MacDonald was present.
Dunn Paige Ms.

Double-dated with Jeffrey MacDonald and escort officer Robert McPherson shortly after the Feb. 17, 1970 murders, while MacDonald was confined to Bachelors Officers Quarters (BOQ).
Dupree

MSG.  With LTC Himma, took hair samples from Jeffrey MacDonald's body in the presence of Cpt. Somers, Cpt. Rainer, and CID agent John Hodges on July 20, 1970.
Dupree Elizabeth Rosalyn Ms.

See Proctor, Elizabeth Rosalyn.
Dupree Franklin Taylor Jr. Mr. Judge Franklin Dupree, Jr., circa 1979
Judge Franklin Dupree, Jr., circa 1979


Oct. 8, 1913 - Dec. 17, 1995.  Last name also appears misspelled as Depree.  Chief judge for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina (1979-1983).  Assumed senior status on Dec. 31, 1983, serving in that capacity until his death.
Durham Mr.

Major (U.S. Army), ca. 1971.
Durham Katie O. Ms.

Grand Juror.
Durham Theron E. "Ted" Mr.

First name also appears misspelled as Thuron.  Oconee County, S.C. Coroner, 1968-1992.  Authorized the autopsy of Helena Stoeckley.
Durkin Kathleen M. Ms.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Dust Ersley E. Mr.

Signature "Ersley E. Dust," rather than "Mrs. Earsley E. Dust" appears on p. 2 of statement purportedly given by Mrs. Earsley E. Dust to P. E. Beasley re: Helena Stoeckley.  May be related to Lawrence D. Dust.
Dust Ersley E. Mrs.

Gave statement to P. E. Beasley re: Helena Stoeckley.  May be related to Lawrence D. Dust and/or Ersley Fitzgerald.
Dust Lawrence D. Mr.

Appears as witness on statements to P. E. Beasley re: Helena Stoeckley.  May be related to Mrs. Ersley Dust.
Dwyer Jim Mr.

With Barry Scheck and Peter Neufeld, co-authored Actual Innocence (Doubleday 2000).
Dylan Bob Mr. Bob Dylan in Spain, 2010
Bob Dylan in Spain, 2010


Born May 24, 1941 as Robert Allen Zimmerman.  American musician, singer-songwriter, artist and writer.  Lyrics to his song "I Shall Be Released" were used in Joe McGinniss's book Fatal Vision.
Dystel Jane Ms.

Associated with publisher W. W. Norton & Company, circa 1990.


Eagles Catherine Caldwell Ms.

Born 1958.  Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina and a former Superior Court judge in Guilford County, North Carolina.
Eastburn Erin Miss Erin Eastburn
Erin Eastburn


Daughter of Gary and Kathryn Eastburn.  Murdered in May 1985 by Timothy Hennis.
Eastburn Kara Miss Kara Eastburn
Kara Eastburn


Daughter of Gary and Kathryn Eastburn.  Murdered in May 1985 by Timothy Hennis.
Eastburn Kathryn Mrs. Kathryn Eastburn
Kathryn Eastburn


Wife of Gary Eastburn.  Murdered in May 1985 by Timothy Hennis.
Easton Meyland Mr.

Captain and Group Surgeon who assigned Jeffrey MacDonald to Cpt. James Williams' control.
Eaton Lynette Alanse Ms.

Attended a "Jump Party" in San Antonio, Texas, on December 6, 1969, at which Jeffrey MacDonald was present.  By 1971, Eaton had married and become Mrs. Lynette Long.
Ecaven

Name partially illegible.  CID agent.  In the presence of Cpt. Somers, Cpt. Rainer, and CID agent Hodges, witnessed the taking of hair samples from Jeffrey MacDonald by Lt. Himma and MSC Dupree on July 20, 1970.
"Eddie"

See also Smith, Dwight Edward; may or may not be the same person.  Alleged by Helena Stoeckley to have been a black male who introduced her to heroin.
Edenfield Wayne Mr.

FBI Special Agent.
Edmunds Susan Ms.

Notary Public (1984).
Edwards Henry E. Mr.

Dr. (MAJ).  Psychiatrist at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC.  Submitted joint Report of Psychiatric Evaluation (with Dr. Bruce H. Bailey and Dr. Donald W. Morgan, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC), regarding their examination of Jeffrey MacDonald during the period Aug. 17, 1970 - Sept. 4, 1970.
Edwards Howard T. Mr.

Grand Juror.
Edwards John Reid Mr.

Born June 10, 1953.  Law clerk for Judge Franklin Dupree (1977-1978).  Elected to the U.S. Senate in 1998.  Indicted in June 2011 on six felony charges of violating multiple federal campaign contribution laws.  His trial began on April 23, 2012.  On May 31, 2012, he was found not guilty on one count, and a mistriial was declared on the remaining charges.
Edwards Kenneth Mr.

In 1970, was the husband of Rosalie Edwards, and lived at 540 Castle Dr., Ft. Bragg, N.C., two doors west of the MacDonald family.
Edwards Rosalie E. Mrs.

In 1970, was the wife of Kenneth Edwards, and lived at 540 Castle Dr., Ft. Bragg, N.C., two doors west of the MacDonald family.
Ehnes Sharon K. Miss

Former WAC who described knowing about Jeffrey MacDonald's participation in "jump parties" in San Antonio, TX in 1969.
Ehrlich Jake W. Mr.

Oct. 15, 1900 - Dec. 24, 1971.  American lawyer.
Eiler Brenda Lynn Ms.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Eisenberg Marcia Ms. Marcia Eisenberg (Photo: Becky Kirkland [cropped])
Marcia Eisenberg
Photo: Becky Kirkland (cropped)


Forensic testing specialist; Senior Vice President, Research and Development, Science and Technology at LabCorp.
Eisenhower Dwight David "Ike" Mr. Dwight Eisenhower, 1959
Dwight Eisenhower, 1959


Oct. 14, 1890 - March 28, 1969.  34th President of the U.S. (1953-1961).
Eisman Dennis H. "Denny" Mr. Dennis Eisman, July 23, 1970
Dennis Eisman, July 23, 1970


Member of Jeffrey MacDonald's defense team (circa 1970).
Eldridge Jane Wolf Ms.

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, was an attorney assisting Gary Bostwick in the 1987 MacDonald vs. McGinniss civil trial.
Elliot Cass Ms. Cass Elliot
Cass Elliot


Sept. 19, 1941 - July 29, 1974.  Born Ellen Naomi Cohen.  AKA: Mama Cass.  American singer and member of The Mamas & the Papas.
Elliot Jeffrey Mr.

Doctor; questioned Fred Kassab and interviewed Jeffrey MacDonald for Playboy magazine article (pub. April 1986).
Ellis George M. Mr.

CID Criminal Investigator.
Embrey Mr.

Juror in the 1979 trial of Jeffrey MacDonald.
Emerson Henry E. Mr.

General; Special Forces Commander.
English Bob Mr.

No description available.
Entrekin Morgan Mr. Morgan Entrekin, May 2012 (Photo: GroveAtlantic Inc. [cropped])
Morgan Entrekin, May 2012
Photo: GroveAtlantic Inc. (cropped)


President and publisher of Grove/Atlantic Inc. Books in New York City; one of six owners.  Began his career at Delacorte Press.  Moved to Simon & Schuster in 1982.  In 1984, started his own imprint at Atlantic Monthly Press, and merged this company with Grove Press to create Grove/Atlantic Inc. in 1993.
Epperson Samuel S. Mr.

Grand jury foreman, 1974-1975.
Ervin Samuel James Jr. Mr. Sam Ervin
Sam Ervin


Sept. 27, 1896 - April 23, 1985.  U.S. Senator (D-North Carolina; 1954-1974).  Made allegations similar to the so-called "Kassab-Malley Allegations" that the CID and Military Police were negligent in the investigation of the MacDonald murders and that they may have committed perjury while testifying at the 1970 Article 32 hearing.
Escott Durant Williams

With defense attorney Bernard Segal, served as attorney for Jeffrey MacDonald, circa 1975.  Filed notice to withdraw on Aug. 14, 1975.
Eshelman Wayne M. Jr. Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Ethridge Linda Ms.

Lived with Bruce Fowler, Larry Syrus (phonetic), Charlie Brown and Sam Belmont in Fayetteville, N.C., ca. 1970.
Eucidias (phonetic) (Sister) Ms.

Religious administrator at St. Mary's Hospital.
Evans Bobbie Sue Mrs.

First name also appears misspelled as Bobby.  Defense witness at 1970 Article 32 hearing.
Evenson John Eric II Mr. Eric Evenson at Congressional hearing, May 2014
Eric Evenson at Congressional hearing, May 2014


Former Assistant U.S. Attorney, Eastern District of North Carolina; assumed that title in 1990.
Everett Robinson O. Mr. Robinson O. Everett
Robinson O. Everett


March 18, 1928 - June 12, 2009.  Senior judge for the Court of Appeals for the Armed Services, and Commissioner and then Chief Judge for the U.S. Court of Military Appeals (now the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces) from 1980 until 1990.  Authored Military Justice in the Armed Forces of the United States (1956).


Faber Frederick Charles Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Faherty

Jeffrey MacDonald's escort officer at the time the CID tried to search MacDonald's room for a stolen .38 caliber pistol/gun.
Faigman David L. Mr. David Faigman
David Faigman


University of Virginia Law School graduate.  Writes in the areas of science and the law, and constitutional law.  Co-authored Section 31.30 of Modern Scientific Evidence (2013-14 ed.).
Fail Helen Ms.

See Fell, Helen.
Faircloth James Mr.

Circa 1970, was a farmer living in Sampson County, N.C., near Fayetteville.  Claimed to have seen a yellow Mustang car and suspicious persons on his farm on or about Feb. 19, 1970.
Falknor

With Steffen, co-authored "Evidence of Character: From the Crucible of the Community to the Couch of the Psychiatrist," 102 Univ. of Pa. Law Review (1954).
Farmer James Mr.

Father of Janice Fowler; divorced his wife when Janice was in 7th grade.
Farmer James Mrs.

Mother of Janice Fowler.  Divorced when Janice was in 7th grade; married Sgt. Allen Seibert within a year.
Farrick Dan M. Jr. Mr.

No descripion available.  Appears on 1979 trial witness list.
Farrish Rese E.

Associated with USACIDC, Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. 1979.  Appears on 1979 trial witness list.
Fasano Michael A. Mr.

DNA Analyst, Dept. of Defense, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP).
Fasano Steve Mr.

Former Jackson, Mississippi police officer who was convicted of the May 14, 2002 robbery of the Citizens State Bank in Morton, Mississippi.
Faulk Russell Dale Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Fell Helen Ms.

Born 1938, per Errol Morris.  Last name also appears misspelled as Fail.  Close friend of Dorothy MacDonald, and described as one of the "close personal friends" of Jeffrey MacDonald.  In 1970, was head of a Citizens Committee for Justice for MacDonald.
Fennell Sandra N. Ms.

Associated with Jeffrey MacDonald's defense, circa 1990.
Ferguson Mr.

Liaison who reserved motel rooms for people attending a December 6, 1969 "Jump Party" in San Antonio, Texas, at which Jeffrey MacDonald was present.
Ferleger David Mr.

Lawyer associated with Adam Stein (lawyer for Robert Sadoff).
Ferrari Mario J. Mr.

In 1989, was a retired Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve and retired chief of police in Camden, N.J.  Attended annual training courses at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP) in Washington, D.C. from April 1970 until 1986.
Ferraro Benjamin D. Mr.

Administered oath re: CID witness statement(s).
Field John A. Jr. Mr.

March 22, 1910 - Dec. 16, 1995.  Federal judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, receiving his commission on Sept. 22, 1971.  Assumed senior status on April 1, 1976, and served in that capacity until his death.
Fielden Donna Marie Mrs.

See Carney, Donna Marie.
Finck Pierre Antoine Mr. Pierre A. Finck (Photo: Spartacus Educational)
Pierre A. Finck
Photo: Spartacus Edcucational


In 1960, was appointed Chief of the Wound Ballistics Pathology Branch of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP). In 1964, appeared as an expert medical witness before the Warren Commission re: the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
Findeiss James Clifford Mr.

Lieutenant.  Husband of Pamela E. Findeiss.  Attended medical school with Jeffrey MacDonald from September 1964 to June 1968.
Findeiss Pamela E. Mrs.

In 1971, was the wife of James C. Feindeiss and was "closely associated" with Jeffrey MacDonald and his family.
Findlay I

Co-author of DNA Fingerprinting from Single Cells, Nature (Oct. 9, 1997).
Findley Keith A. Mr.

With Michael S. Scott, authored The Multiple Dimensions of Tunnel Vision in Criminal Cases, 2006.
Fine David J. Mr.

Notary Public.
Fine Frances-Ann Ms.

Litigation Assistant for Bernard Segal, ca. 1979.
Finelli Louis N. Mr.

Last name also misspelled as Finnelli.  Army Lt. Colonel.  Chief deputy medical examiner and director of the Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory.
Fisher Cortez Mr.

Defendant in U.S. v. Fisher, 711 F.3d 460 (4th Cir., 2013).
Fisher Robert M. Mr.

DNA Analyst, Dept. of Defense, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP).
Fisher Russell S. Mr.

Dr.; M.D.; Chief Medical Examiner, Maryland Department of Post Mortem Examiners.  Reviewed medical and investigative records and conducted interviews at the request of the Army in the role as a special medical consultant in the MacDonald case investigation.
Fitzgerald Ersley

Shown as "witness" to statement by Debbie Odell Wood to Prince Beasley.
Flanagan Edward M. Jr. Mr. Edward M. Flanagan, Jr.
Edward M. Flanagan, Jr.


Circa 1970, was Major General; Commanding General, U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Center for Military Assistance, Ft. Bragg, N.C.  Dismissed charges against Jeffrey MacDonald on Oct. 23, 1970, following a formal pre-court martial investigation and hearing (Article 32 hearing).
Fleck Ray Mr.

Neighbor of Frankie Bushey when she lived at 910 Sandlewood Dr., Fayetteville, N.C., in 1970.  With his wife, accomanied Bushey to Dunkin' Donuts on Feb. 16, 1970 at about 11:30 p.m.
Fleck Ray Mrs.

Neighbor of Frankie Bushey when she lived at 910 Sandlewood Dr., Fayetteville, N.C., in 1970.  With her husband, accomanied Bushey to Dunkin' Donuts on Feb. 16, 1970 at about 11:30 p.m.
Flinn Larry Leonard Mr.

CID chemist who participated in testing of blood stains in the Jeffrey MacDonald case.  Trained in blood stain analysis by Janice Glisson (CID).
Flowe Ms.

Juror in the 1979 trial of Jeffrey Macdonald.
Floyd, Cathy Mrs.

Per Lynne Markstein, Floyd and her husband, Jack, were friends of hers who ran a Golden Corral Steak House in Laurinburg, N.C., ca. 1979.
Floyd, Jack Mr.

Per Lynne Markstein, Floyd and his wife, Cathy, were friends of hers who ran a Golden Corral Steak House in Laurinburg, N.C., ca. 1979.
Foell Shelia Ms.

Deputy Clerk, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina.
Fogle Lenora Ms.

Deputy Clerk, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina.
Folger Abigail Ms. Abigail Folger
Abigail Folger


Aug. 11, 1943 - Aug. 9, 1969.  Coffee heiress and Manson Family murder victim.
Fonda Jane Ms. Jane Fonda, 1963 and in later years
Jane Fonda, 1963 and in later years


Born Dec. 21, 1937 as Lady Jayne Seymour Fonda.  American actress, writer, political activist, former fashion model, and fitness guru.  Per Vickie Freese, Fonda "hung out" in the Haymount section of Fayetteville, N.C. in 1968.
Ford Gerald Rudolph "Jerry" Jr. Mr. Gerald Ford
Gerald Ford


July 14, 1913 - Dec. 26, 2006.  Born Leslie Lynch King, Jr.  38th President of the U.S. (1974-1977).
Foreman Thomas J. Mr.

CID Criminal Investigator, circa 1971.
Forest Steven Lee Mr.

Last name also appears spelled as Forrest.  Named by Fred Bost as a suspect, based on an artist's conception of the "intruders" as described by Jeffrey MacDonald.
Forrest John Mr.

Per Dianne Cazares (née Dianne Hedden), John Forrest was a cook on post at Ft. Bragg, N.C., circa 1970.
Fortner Richard Michael Mr.

Per Ted Gunderson, Fred Bost declared Fortner to be a suspect, based on Jeffrey MacDonald's composite drawings.
Foster Gary Mr.

Alleged by Joe Bullock (per P. E. Beasley) to be the owner a blue Mustang.
Foster George Arthur Mr. George Foster
George Foster


Born Dec. 1, 1948.  Former American professional baseball outfielder; played in Major League Baseball from 1969 to 1986.  One of the most feared right-handed sluggers of his era, he was a key piece of the Cincinnati Reds' "Big Red Machine" that won consecutive World Series in 1975 and 1976.
Foster Randal "Randy" Mr.

Described by Barbara Daw as a young adult male who visited Mary Hardin when Hardin lived with Daw.
Foster Vincent "Vince" Walker Jr. Mr. Vincent Foster
Vincent Foster


Jan. 15, 1945 - July 20, 1993.  Deputy White House Counsel during the first few months of President Bill Clinton's administration, and friend of Hillary Rodham Clinton.  Unhappy with work in politics, he spiraled into depression, leading to his suicide in 1993.
Fowler Brian Mr.

U.S. Army serviceman, ca. 1971.
Fowler Bruce Johnny Mr. Bruce Fowler (Photo: BBC documentary "False Witness" [1989])
Bruce Fowler
Photo: BBC documentary False Witness (1989)


Born July 25, 1949.  Stepson of George Cooley.  Married Janice Fowler on Nov. 9, 1966; she divorced him approximately a month later, claiming cruelty.  Remarried her on Feb. 13, 1967; she subsequently left him in Feb. 1970.  Named by defense as a member of the "Stoeckley group."  Described by Helena Stoeckley as being the owner of the car she claimed to have been in when seen by her neighbor, William Posey (who later recanted his statement).
Fowler Janice Marie Mrs.

Born Oct. 1, 1952.  First name also appears misspelled as Janet.  Biological daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Farmer; stepdaughter of Sgt. Allen Seibert.  Married Bruce Fowler on Nov. 9, 1966; divorced him approximately a month later. claiming cruelty.  Remarried Fowler on Feb. 13, 1967; left him in Feb. 1970.
Fox James Carroll Mr.

Born 1928.  Received commission Sept. 30, 1982 as a judge for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina.  Served as chief judge (1990-1997), assuming senior status on Jan. 31, 2001.
Fox Richard H. Sr. Mr.

Consulting criminalist and questioned document examiner.
Fram Robert "Bob" Berry Mr. Robert Fram
Robert Fram


Jan. 24, 1956 - Aug. 24, 2014.  Physical Science Technician in the FBI Serology Unit (1981-1985).  Appointed as an FBI Special Agent in March 1985 and held that position until his retirement in 2009.
Frankel Marvin E. Mr.

July 26, 1920 - March 3, 2002.  U.S. federal judge for the District Court for the Southern District of New York (1965-1978), whose views helped to establish sentencing guidelines for the federal courts.
Frankfurter Felix Mr. Felix Frankfurter
Felix Frankfurter


Nov. 15, 1882 - Feb. 22, 1965.  Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.  Served for 23 years, and was a noted advocate of judicial restraint in the judgments of the Court.
Franklin

Criminal investigator.
Franklin Benjamin Mr. Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin


Jan. 17, 1706 [O.S. Jan. 6, 1705] - April 17, 1790.  One of the Founding Fathers of the United States.  World-renowned polymath, leading author, printer, political theorist, politician, postmaster, scientist, inventor, civic activist, statesman, and diplomat.
Franklin Russell Eugene Mr.

School bus driver at Ft. Bragg, N.C. who transported Kimberley MacDonald to her school in 1970.
Frazier Paula Ms.

Ca. 1979, was associated with FBI Microscopic Analysis Unit, Scientific Analysis Section, Washington, D.C.  Appears on 1979 trial witness list.
Frazier Sandy Mr.

Alleged to have been a minister who, with his wife, Mrs. Selby Frazier, once ran a halfway house in Fayetteville, N.C.
Frazier Selby Mrs.

Alleged to have once ran a halfway house in Fayetteville, N.C., with her husband, Sandy Frazier.  Her sister was allegedly a nurse who worked with Jeffrey MacDonald at Cape Fear Hospital, and who relayed information about Helena Stoeckley.
Fredericks William R. Mr.

Notary Public, Napa County, California.
Freedberg Sydney P.

Authored "Sloppy Lab Work Casts Doubt on Some Florida Cases" (St. Petersburg Times, March 5, 2001.
Freedman Liz Ms.

Employed by attorney Bernard Segal.
Freese Vickie Diane Ms.

Septdaughter of Betty Burkette.  Claimed to have lived with Pat Scott, and to have known Mark Billings, Denise Grove, Laura Lain, and "a guy named Neil" [may be Braswell] in Fayetteville, ca. 1969-1971.
Freitas Alexander Mr.

First Sergeant (NMI).
Frey Andrew L. Mr. Andrew L. Frey
Andrew L. Frey


Deputy Solicitor General under Rex E. Lee (1973-1986).
Frey Glenn Lewis Mr. Glenn Frey, 2008
Glenn Frey, 2008


Nov. 6, 1948 - Jan. 18, 2016.  American musician, singer, songwriter and actor, best known as a founding member of the Eagles.  Lyrics to the Eagles song "Heartache Tonight" were used in Joe McGinniss's book Fatal Vision.
Friar James Earl "Jimmy" Mr. Jimmy Friar (Photo: BBC documentary "False Witness" [1989])
Jimmy Friar
Photo: BBC documentary False Witness (1989)


First name also appears spelled as Jimmie.  Last name also appears misspelled as Fryer and Frier.  Not to be confused with FBI lab technician James Frier.  In July 1983, claimed he had tried to call Dr. Richard MacDonald at about 2:00 a.m. on Feb. 17, 1970, but reached the Jeffrey MacDonald residence by mistake.  Claimed that a laughing woman answered the phone.  Jeffrey MacDonald's defense team maintained that the woman was Helena Stoeckley, but did not call Friar to testify at trial.
Fried Charles Mr. Charles Fried
Charles Fried


Born April 15, 1935.  38th Solicitor General of the U.S. (Oct. 1985 - Jan. 20, 1989).  Associate Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (Sept. 1995 - June 1999).  Also served as counsel to major law firms and clients.  In 1990, was considered as potential candidate to accompany Jeffrey MacDonald's defense team to possible meeting with Dept. of Justice re: attempt to get the DOJ to "confess error."
Friedman Barry A. Mr. Barry Friedman (Photo: Thompson Hine [cropped])
Barry Friedman
Photo: Thompson Hine (cropped)


Trial attorney, U.S. Dept. of Justice, Criminal Division (1977-1979).
Friendly Henry Jacob Mr. Henry Friendly
Henry Friendly


July 3, 1903 - March 11, 1986.  Prominent judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (1959-1974).  Chief judge (1971-1973), holding senior status until his death by suicide in 1986.
Frier James C. Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Fryer.  Not to be confused with James Friar.  FBI agent representing the Scientific Analysis Section of the FBI Laboratory.  Also referred to as "RR" in lab reports.  Performed examinations of fibers in the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Frishman Mr.

Allegedly gave statement re: use of saran in wigs.
Froede Richard C. Mr.

Doctor; Colonel.  Mario Ferrari's direct supervisor.
Frye Eugune Mr.

Assistant Director for Budget Operations, Department of Justice.
Frykowski Voityck Mr. Voityck Frykowski
Voityck Frykowski


Dec. 22, 1936 - Aug. 9, 1969.  Manson Family murder victim.
Fuentes Earl L. Mr.

E-1; Unit unknown (1969); described as "dope fiend."
Fulginiti Ms.

Apparently a prosecutor; not related to MacDonald case, but commented on it during 2005 Larry King Live show.
Fuller Melville Weston Mr. Melville Weston Fuller, 1908
Melville Weston Fuller, 1908


Feb. 11, 1833 - July 4, 1910.  Eighth Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court between 1888 and 1910.  Reference in the Jeffrey MacDonald case is to Wilson v. U.S., 162 U.S. 613 (1896).


Gadberry Larry D. Mr.

Ca. 1979, was associated with USACIDC.  Appears on 1979 trial witness list.
Gaddis James Theodore "Jim" Mr. Jim Gaddis (Photo: BBC documentary "False Witness" [1989])
Jim Gaddis
Photo: BBC documentary False Witness (1989)


Last name also appears misspelled as Gattison.  Nashville police officer, ca. 1971; served undercover with partner John "Jack" Rohtert.  On April 24, 1971, surreptitiously obtained a hair sample and fingerprints from Helena Stoeckley.  One of the seven so-called Stoeckley witnesses to whom Helena Stoeckley made incriminating statements.
Gadsden Richard H. Mr.

Ph.D.; Professor of Biochemistry and Laboratory Medicine; Director, Division of Clinical Chemistry; involved with autopsy of Helena Stoeckley.
Gaensslen Robert E. Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Gaensselen.  Ph.D; Associate Professor, Director of Forensic Science, University of New Haven, West Haven, CT.  Spoke and wrote to Brian Murtagh about blood evidence.
Gallagher Barbara Ms.

Apparently was Stephen Shea's secretary.  Also acted as surety on bail bond for MacDonald by posting her home "in place of Dr. and Mrs. Paul Hildebrand ($22,500)..."
Galvan Gayle Mr.

Contacted the telephone company in New York City, NY, and determined that records are only maintained for nine months.
Gammel George Ernest Mr.

Dr.; pathologist at Womack Army Hospital.  Performed autopsy on Colette MacDonald.
Gammon Rick Mr. Rick Gammon (Photo: Gammon, Howard & Zeszotarski law firm)
Rick Gammon
Photo: Gammon, Howard & Zeszotarski law firm


With co-counsel Wade Smith, represented James Blackburn in State v. Blackburn (ca. 1992-1993).  Later became partner at law firm of Gammon, Howard & Zeszotarski.
Garcia Betty J. Mrs.

Mother of Rocky Garcia.  On Dec. 31, 1970, reported to Pat Reese of the Fayetteville Observer that Cathy Perry, a former boarder at Garcia's home, might be involved in the MacDonald murders because Perry had given Garcia clothes and "bloody" boots.
Garcia Harry Mr.

See also Garcia, Rocky; may be same person.  Alleged by Stanley Warmbrod to have been one of a group in a photo which also included himself, Cathy Perry, Sam Hogg and her husband, and "Bob."
Garcia Rocky Mr.

See also Garcia, Harry; may be same person.  Son of Betty Garcia.  Alleged by Vickie Freese to have been a drug user and possibly a dealer in Fayetteville, N.C., ca. 1969-1971.
Gardner Robert M. Mr.

FBI Special Agent.
Garland Patrick Vincent Mr.

SP7; Firearms Examiner.
Garrett Brandon L. Mr.

Authored Convicting the Innocent: Where Criminal Prosecutions Go Wrong (Harvard 2011).
Garrison Mr.

Associated in an investigative capacity with with Jeffrey MacDonald's defense team, ca. 1970.
Gates Donald Mr. Donald Gates (Photo: Associated Press)
Donald Gates
Photo: Associated Press


Wrongly convicted in 1982 of the rape and murder of Catherine Schilling.  Freed Dec. 15, 2009 after DNA evidence proved that another man committed the crime.  Michael Malone, who examined evidence in the Jeffrey MacDonald case, testified at the 1981 Gates trial.
Gates Elise Mrs.

Wife of Kenneth R. Gates, and former acquaintance of Jeffrey MacDonald.
Gates Kenneth R. Mr.

Husband of Elise Gates, and former acquaintance of Jeffrey MacDonald.
Gattelson Mr.

Captain, ca. 1971, per Bernard Segal.
Gaudette B. D.

Author of Probabilities and Human Pubic Hair Comparisons.
Gay John Mr.

Born April 1, 1924.  American screenwriter.
Gaydan L. E.

LTC, GS; Adjutant General; Dept. of the Army.
Gebhardt Mr.

Assumed to be associated with U.S. Government; title unknown.
Geimer William Mr.

Allen Patrick Mazerolle's attorney re: charge of possession and transportation of LSD.
Geller Kenneth Steven Mr. Kenneth S. Geller
Kenneth S. Geller


Born Sept. 22, 1947.  Managing Partner of the law firm Mayer Brown and a former Deputy Solicitor General in the U.S. Dept. of Justice.
Gemma Frank Eugene Mr.

Chief of General Surgery service, Womack Army Hospital.  Dr. Merrill Bronstein's immediate supervisor.
Gene

Referred to by William Posey as "Gene, the man I work with..."
George

"George" is first name; pseudonym.  Per Ted Landreth (ca. Oct. 1992), he believed George had knowledge of, or participated in, the MacDonald murders.  George denied having any involvement, and no evidence ever connected him to the crimes.
George Gary E. Mr.

CID Criminal Investigator.  Submitted Investigator's Statement incorporating his interview of Mrs. Margaret O. Rose.
George Willard

Allegedly a company which pre-treated and curled saran fibers and then sold them to wigmakers for use in cosmetic wigs to be worn by humans.
Germano Gerald Dominic Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Gewin Walter Pettus Mr.

Dec. 9, 1908 - May 15, 1981.  Received commission to a new seat on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.on Feb. 9, 1962.  Assumed senior status on Nov. 1, 1976, and served in that capacity until his death.
Gewolb Josh Mr. Josh Gewolb
Josh Gewolb


Per Jeffrey MacDonald, became a "new and important member" of MacDonald's legal team in the fall of 2002.
Gibson Mary B. Ms.

Notary Public, York County, South Carollina, circa 1988.
Gilbert Benjamin Mr.

Doctor.  Per Jeffrey MacDonald, was director of the Industrial Clinic at the World Trade Center in New York in 1971.
Gilchrist David Clifton Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Gill Peter Mr.

Authored "Application of Low Copy Number DNA Profiling" (2001).
Gill Stanley Ray Mr.

Died March 22, 2011 at the age of 69.  Commonly referred to as S. Ray Gill.  Served as Florida state attorney of the Fifth Judicial Circuit for four years in the late 1980s.
Gillespie Kenneth Harlow Mr.

SGT.  Medical corpsman on duty at Womack Army Hospital on Feb. 17, 1970.
Gilliam Charles Phillips Mr. Charles Gilliam
Charles Gilliam


Born 1950.  Former judge for the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of North Carolina.
Gillis Mary A. Ms.

Juror re: Allen Mazerolle's 1970 arrest for possession and transportation of LSD.
Gilmore Bill Mr.

Warden, State Medical and Diagnostic Center, Dept. of Corrections, Mt. Meigs, Alabama, ca. 1971.
Ginsburg Ruth Joan Bader Ms. Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Ruth Bader Ginsburg


Born March 15, 1933.  Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, taking the oath of office on Aug. 10, 1993.
Gire Ruth E. Ms.

PFC.  WAC who claimed to have spent the night with Jeffrey MacDonald after they attended a party at a motel on Dec. 6, 1969.
"Girl in the Polka Dot Dress"

Described in Esquire magazine article only as "Dead in California."  May or may not be same person Robert F. Kennedy's assassin, Sirhan Sirhan, claimed brainwashed Sirhan into shooting Kennedy in 1968.
Gladys

No description available.
Glanton Tex Mr.

Defense description is ambiguous: "Shirley Cole was driving a friend of her husband, Tex Glanton..."; may refer to the friend or to Cole's husband.
Glass Stephen Mr. Stephen Glass (Photo: CBS News, via AP)
Stephen Glass
Photo: CBS News, via AP


Born September 15, 1972.  American former journalist and writer for The New Republic.  In 1998, it was revealed that as many as half of his published articles were fabrications.
Glazer Sidney M. Mr.

Senior Counsel for Appeals, U.S. Dept. of Justice, Criminal Division, ca. 1979.
Gleason Joseph E. Mr.

Agent, U.S. Military Personnel Center, Alexandria, VA (circa 1979).
Glisson Janice Super Mrs.

Dec. 22, 1924 - April 30, 2017.  DAC Chemist; Senior Chemist and serologist, ca. 1970.
Glueck Eleanor Mrs.

April 12, 1898 - Sept. 25, 1972.  Née Eleanor Touroff.  American social worker and criminologist.  With her husband, Sheldon Glueck, collaborated extensively on research related to juvenile delinquency.
Glueck Sheldon Mr. Sheldon Glueck
Sheldon Glueck


Aug. 15, 1896 - March 10, 1980.  Polish-American criminologist.  With his wife, Eleanor Glueck, collaborated extensively on research related to juvenile delinquency.
Goins Cecil Mr.

Per Jimmy Britt, Goins was a friend of his and a retired Deputy U.S. Marshal.
Gold Richard Mr.

Last name partially illegible; may be Gold or variation.  FBI (ca. 1974).
Goldberg Donald Mr.

Per Jimmy Friar, alleged to be an associate and employee of columnist Jack Anderson.
Golding Marshall Tamor Mr.

Trial attorney.  Also served as Criminal Investigator in the Judicial Security Division of the Office of Protective Operations of the U.S. Marshals Service.  Joined U.S. Dept. of Justice in April 1957.
Goldman Carolyn Mrs.

AKA: Carolyn Blackman.  In 1970, was a telephone operator at Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Company, Fayetteville, N.C.  Received initial call from Jeffrey MacDonald on the morning of Feb. 17, 1970; transferred the call to fellow operator Janice Carolyn Landen.
Golson Barry Mr. Barry Golson
Barry Golson


American editor, journalist, and author.  His professional experience includes service as editor-in-chief for Playboy magazine for 12 years, where he co-authored and edited a number of influential articles.

Jeffrey MacDonald was inerviewed by Jeffrey Elliot for a Playboy magazine article published in April 1986.  On Nov. 15, 1985, prior to publication, Freddy Kassab wrote to Elliot, expressing his dissatisfaction with Elliot's "one-sided story," and sent a copy of the letter to Barry Golson.
Goldstein Bruce Mr. Bruce Goldstein (Photo: Zuckerman Spaeder [cropped])
Bruce Goldstein
Photo: Zuckerman Spaeder (cropped)


Attorney at law firm Zuckerman Spaeder.  Associated with Jeffrey MacDonald's defense, ca. 1990, re: input on selection of candidates to accompany defense to possible meeting with Dept. of Justice re: attempt to get the DOJ to "confess error."
Good Andrew Mr. Andrew Good
Andrew Good


Partner in law firm Good & Cormier (formerly Silverglate & Good).  Per Jeffrey MacDonald, Good was hired following the denial of MacDonald's 1984 motion for post-trial relief.  Per the Government, "Mr. Good and Mr. Scheck filed notices of appearance...in 1999."
Good Josh Mr.

Associated with law firm Good & Cormier.  Assumed to be related to Andrew Good.
Goodell Charles Ellsworth Mr. Charles Goodell
Charles Goodell


March 16, 1926 - Jan. 21, 1987.  U.S. Representative and a Senator from New York, notable for coming into both offices under special circumstances following the deaths of his predecessors.
Gordon Mike Mr.

Allegedly was a Monroe, N.C. resident and a mutual friend of Donald Owen Mills and Greg Mitchell.
Gormley William T. Mr.

Doctor; Colonel, USAF, MC.  Assistant Armed Forces Medical Examiner.
Gowen Mr.

Per Wade Smith to Dupree at trial, "...a Mr. Gowen will testify not as to statements made by [Helena Stoeckley] but to show where she was soon after this occurred."
Gradwohl Rutherford Birchard Hayes

With Francis E. Camps, Ann E. Robinson, and Bernard G. B. Lucas, authored Gradwohl's Legal Medicine (The Williams and Wilkins Company, Balitimore, 1968).
Graham Grant Dale Sr. Mr.

MSgt, USAF; Chief, Forensic Trace Materials Analysis Laboratory.  Performed microscopic examinations of many DNA samples in the MacDonald case.
Graham Kenneth W. Jr. Mr.

With Charles Alan Wright, co-authored Section 5265 of Federal Practice and Procedure.
Graham Ronald E. Mr.

CPT, INF, Acting Assistant AG.
Granado Joe Mr.

In 1969 was a forensic chemist with SID, the Scientific Investigation Division of the Los Angeles Police Department.  Collected blood samples at the Tate residence after the murders there in 1969.
Granoff Paul Mr. Paul Granoff
Paul Granoff


Last name also appears misspelled as Gornoff.  Doctor who treated Colette MacDonald during birth of Kristen.
Grassley Charles Ernest "Chuck" Mr. Charles "Chuck" Grassley
Charles "Chuck" Grassley


Born Sept. 17, 1933.  Senator (R-Iowa).  In a document Jeffrey MacDonald created in which he gave instructions to an unknown person or persons on how to write documents for MacDonald's legal case, MacDonald wrote, "Somewhere you need to quote Senator Chas. Grassley when discussing flawed lab investigation, to wit: 'Bad scientific evidence used in court means good guys can go to prison and bad guys can walk.  That's not what we want.  That's un-American.'  This is a very impcting quote.  I really do want you to have that in there."
Gray

Per Edwin Casper, named as possible neighbor, ca. 1970.
Gray Louis Patrick III Mr. Louis Patrick Gray
Louis Patrick Gray


July 18, 1916 - July 6, 2005.  Acting FBI Director, May 1972 - April 1973.  Per Freddy Kassab, after June 1972 "I thought perhaps we could get the FBI back on the case.  My lawyer, Richard C. Cahn...had worked for the new FBI Director, L. Patrick Gray III, in the Nixon campaign...We decided that he would write a letter to Gray.  The reply was incredible, obviously Hoover's orders still stood.  To quote from the letter - 'Inasmuch as there was no evidence indicating civilian subjects were involved the FBI had no jurisdiction.'"
Grayson Eve Ms.

Alleged by Jimmy Friar to have been associated with the Gastonia parole office, ca. 1982.
Greacan John M. Mr.

Clerk of the Court, U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit.
Grebner Franz Joseph "Joe" Mr.

Aug. 1, 1925 - May 1986.  Last name also misspelled as Graebner.  Married Patricia Gephart.  In 1970, was serving as Detachment Commander, Detachment B, 3d, and as Chief of Investigation at Ft. Bragg, N.C.
Greco Susan Penn "Sue" Ms.

In 1997, was president of Pengra Spectro-Analytics in Annapolis, Maryland, a material analysis company specializing in instrumental analyses of polymers and polymer components.
Green Albert Mr.

Colonel.
Green Mary L. Ms.

Grand Juror.
Green Shirley S. Ms.

Last name also appears misspelled as Greene.  Physical science technician in the Microscopic Analysis Unit of the FBI Laboratory who assisted Paul Stombaugh in the examination of Jeffrey MacDonald's pajama top in 1974.
Greenberg Myrna K. Ms.

First name also appears misspelled as Myra.  Associate attorney to Brian O'Neill (Nov. 1983 through May 1985), aiding in Jeffrey MacDonald's defense.  May be related to Sandy Greenberg.
Greenberg Sandy

Loaned money to defense attorney Michael Malley, ca. 1970.  May be related to Myrna Greenberg.
Gregg David William Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Gregory Thurlox M.

Juror re: Allen Mazerolle's 1970 arrest for possession and transportation of LSD.
Gridley T. H. Mr.

Doctor; M.D.; Chief Psychiatry Service, Veterans Administration, ca. 1973.  After psychological evaluation of Pinrce Beasley by consultant Dr. Mary Huse, diagnosed Beasley in July 1973 as having "nonpsychotic organic brain syndrome pre-senile brain disease."
Grier Roosevelt "Rosey" Mr. Rosey 
Grier, 2008
Rosey Grier, 2008


Born July 14, 1932.  American actor, singer, Christian minister, and former professional American football player.
Grissom Brandi Ms.

Authored "DNA Evidence Leads to Morton's Release After 25 Years" (Texas Tribune, Oct. 4, 2011).
Griswold

SGT, PMI Section, circa Oct. 1970.
Grogan Jacqueline M. Ms.

Juror re: Allen Mazerolle's 1970 arrest for possession and transportation of LSD.
Grogan Steve Dennis Mr. Steve Grogan
Steve Grogan


Born May 24, 1952.  AKA: Clem Tufts, Grant Mollan, Scramblehead.  American musician, high school dropout, murderer and former member of the Manson Family led by Charles Manson.  As a convict, became head of a prison program designed to deter juveniles from committing crimes.  Released from prison in 1985.
Grotts B. J. Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Grott.  CID Agent.
Grove Denise Ms.

Alleged by Vickie Freese to have been a prostitute and friend of hers in Fayetteville, N.C., ca. 1971.
Grover Orrin Leigh III Mr.

Attorney associated with Bernard Segal, ca. 1976.  Admitted to The State Bar of California on June 27, 1975.  Records show "Disciplinary and Related Actions" against him Dec. 29, 1989 for "Public reproval with/duties."  On July 1, 2015, his law license was suspended for failure to pay Bar member fees, and his status was listed as "Not Eligible To Practice Law."
Grubb Michael J. Mr.

Circa July 19, 1979, submitted affidavit with defense motion in limine to exclude references in government's opening statements and testimony at trial that Jeffrey MacDonald's bloody footprints in 544 Castle Drive may have been made by someone carrying some object.
Guevara Pedro Mr.

CID agent.
Guin Bill Mr.

Lived next door to Robert Sanders at Hickory Trailer Park, Fayetteville, N.C., circa 1970.  On Aug. 17, 1979 was issued a subpoena to testify at trial.
Guinn Vincent Perrie Mr. Vincent P. Guinn
Vincent P. Guinn


Nov. 9, 1917 - Nov. 7, 2002.  Professor of Chemistry and internationally known scientist.  Was one of the first chemists who recognized the value of Neutron Activation Analysis in forensic applications.  Defense witness at Jeffrey MacDonald's 1979 trial.
Gull Jason Mr.

Paralegal with Silverglate & Good, ca. 1993.
Gum Robert F. Mr.

No descripion available.  Appears on 1979 trial witness list.
Gunderson (assumed) Lori/Laurie Ms.

First name appears spelled both as Lori and Laurie; last name is assumed.  Daughter of Ted Gunderson.
Gunderson Theodore L. "Ted" Mr. Ted Gunderson
Ted Gunderson


Nov. 7, 1928 - July 31, 2011.  AKA: Harry Jackson.  Former FBI Special Agent (1951-1979).  After retirement from the FBI in 1979, became a private investigator based in Los Angeles, CA.  Hired as a private investigator for Jeffrey MacDonald in Jan. 1980.  With detective P. E. Beasley, coerced "confessions" and other statements from Helena Stoeckley.  Per Ernest Davis, represented himself to Davis as "Harry Jackson," a "bondsman."


Haas Roy E. Mr.

CW2; Fingerprint Examiner.
Haber Bill Mr.

Associated with Creative Artists (ca. 1983).
Hacker Friedrich J. Mr. Friedrich Hacker, 1975 (Photo: Copyright Christian Brandstätter Verlag, Wien)
Friedrich Hacker, 1975
Photo: Copyright Christian Brandstätter Verlag, Wien


Jan. 19, 1914 - June 23, 1989.  Vienna-born psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, and expert on aggression and terrorism.
Hader Robert J. Mr.

Doctor who testified for the Government regarding grand jury selection.
Hageny Thomas R. Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Hagney.  Sgt.  Circa Feb. 16-17, 1970, was patrol supervisor for SP4 Jackson and SP4 Robert Duffy, and was present at the initial entrance to the crime scene.  One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/ro palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Haggerty Charles T. Mr.

Criminal Investigator.  During the CID investigation, statements were received from Haggerty and other individuals covering interviews of friends and/or former neighbors and acquaintances of Jeffrey and/or Colette MacDonald.
Hagney Tom Mr.

See Hageny, Thomas R.
Hahn Robert "Bob" Mr.

Detective; Suffolk County Police Department.
Hahnel Laura R. Mrs.

During the CID investigation, statements were received from Hahnel and other individuals covering interviews of friends and/or former neighbors and acquaintances of Jeffrey and/or Colette MacDonald.  In the CID final report covering the period from Feb. 17, 1970 to April 10, 1972, Hahnel is listed only as a former acquaintance.
Hall Bruce Mr.

Correspondent for "CBS Evening News," circa 1990.
Hall Carolyn Y. Ms.

Notary Public in and for the State of North Carolina; took grand jury testimony.
Hall Cynthia Holcomb Ms. Cynthia Hall
Cynthia Hall


Feb. 19, 1929 - Feb. 26, 2011.  Senior Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (Aug. 31, 1997 - Feb. 26, 2011).
Hall Jimmy Earl Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Hall Kenneth Keller "K. K." Mr.

Feb. 24, 1918 - July 8, 1999.  Federal judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, receiving commission Sept. 3, 1976.  Assumed senior status on Feb. 24, 1998 and served in that capacity until his death.
Hall Priscilla J. Ms.

Associated with Hawkins Funeral Chapel, Charlottesville, VA (ca. 1982).  Signed death certificate of Greg Mitchell on June 3, 1982.
Hall Sandra S. Ms.

Notary Public, Cumberland County, N.C., ca. 1984.
Halleck Mr.

Psychologist.  Stated that his impressions of MacDonald "are based on previous reports, upon three examinations of him on July 11, 12, and 16, 1979 (which lasted over two hours each) and by interviews, one by telephone and one face-to-face, with women with whom he had been intimate."
Hamar Darrell J. Mr.

FBI Special Agent, Nashville.
Hamby Sheila Ms.

Friend of Helena Stoeckley's.  Stoeckley considered Hamby to be a "witch."
Hamm Mr.

Associated with CID Laboratory (1974).
Hamm, Richard E. Mr.

E-2; 13th PSYOP Unit.
Hammer Michael "Mike" Mr. Top: From the Files of...Mike Hammer (January 31, 1954), by Mickey Spillane, Ed Robbins and Joe Gill. Bottom: Mickey Spillane (1974) and the cover from his book, Kiss Me, Deadly, which Jeffrey MacDonald claimed to have been reading at 1:00-2:00 a.m. on the morning of the murders
Top: From the Files of...Mike Hammer (January 31, 1954), by Mickey Spillane, Ed Robbins and Joe Gill.
Bottom: Mickey Spillane (1974) and the cover from his book, Kiss Me, Deadly, which Jeffrey MacDonald claimed to have been reading at 1:00-2:00 a.m. on the morning of the murders


Fictional character created by the American author Mickey Spillane in 1947.  Per Wikipedia, "Hammer is in many ways the archetypical 'hard man'; brutally violent, and fueled by a genuine rage aainst violent crime..."  Jeffrey MacDonald claimed to have been reading a Mike Hammer mystery, Kiss Me, Deadly, at 1:00-2:00 a.m. on February 17, 1970, the morning of the murders.
Hampson John Charles Mr.

New York resident (ca. 1970-1971), and possible acquaintance of the so-called New York Four/Long Island Four.  On March 20, 1971, Jeffrey MacDonald was shown a photo of Hampson but failed to identify him as one of the alleged intruders.
Hancock William Franklin "Frank" Jr. Mr.

Doctor; pathologist at Womack Army Hospital.  Performed autopsies on Kimberley and Kristen MacDonald.
Hanley Patrick D. Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Hannaford Mark Warren Mr. Mark Hannaford
Mark Hannaford


Feb. 7, 1925 - June 2, 1985.  U.S. Representative from California (1975-1979), whose staff helped locate character witnesses for Jeffrey MacDonald's defense.
Hannah Charles Arthur Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Hanah and Hanna.  Chief of Fingerprint Division, Ft. Gordon; Hilyard Medlin's supervisor.
Hanson Theodore L. Mr.

Clerk of the District Court, Cass County, Fargo, N.D., ca. 1975.  Provided information to Jeffrey MacDonald's defense team re: jury selection process.
Hantman Alfred L. Mr.

Deputy Chief, General Crimes Section, Criminal Division, U.S. Dept. of Justice, Washington, D.C.
Haracivit John J. Mr.

Juror re: Allen Mazerolle's 1970 arrest for possession and transportation of LSD.
Hardin Lonny R. Mr.

Last name also shown spelled as Harden.  Criminal Investigator. During the CID investigation, statements were received from Hardin and other individuals covering interviews of friends and/or former neighbors and acquaintances of Jeffrey and/or Colette MacDonald.
Hardin Mary Ms.

Alleged by Barbara Daw to have been a young girl who came to live with the Daw family, and reportedly terrorized the family.  Jeffrey MacDonald's defense team surmised that Hardin might actually be Helena Stoeckley, but per defense attorney Michael Malley (1971), this became a "dead-end from the point of view of the MacDonald case." due to Daw's mental state.
Hardison David Mr.

Juror in the MacDonald trial; foreman.
Harlan John Marshall II Mr. John Harlan
John Harlan


May 20, 1899 - Dec. 29, 1971.  Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1955-1971).
Harmon Mrs.

May be mother of Debra Harmon.
Harmon Debra Lee Ms. Debra Lee Harmon (Photo: BBC documentary "False Witness" [1989])
Debra Lee Harmon
Photo: BBC documentary False Witness (1989)


Fayetteville, N.C. resident, ca. 1969-1970.  In 1983, claimed to have seen a girl resembling Helena Stoeckley at Rowan Street Park, a week after the MacDonald murders.  In Aug. 1979 was a police informant.
Harmon Matthew J. Jr. Mr.

Notary Public, Alameda County, California, circa 1979.
Harper Mr.

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, Harper was his day-watch officer for 18 months at Terminal Island.
Harrell Darl V.

Special Agent DEA.  Appears on 1979 trial witness list.
Harris Pamela Ann Ms. Pamela Ann Harris
Pamela Ann Harris


Born Sept. 23, 1962.  Judge, U. S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.  Nominated by Barack Obama on May 8, 2014, to a seat vacated by Andre Maurice Davis.  Confirmed by the Senate on July 28, 2014, and received commission on July 29, 2014.
Harris Phillip B. Mr.

Juror re: Allen Mazerolle's 1970 arrest for possession and transportation of LSD.
Harris Shelby Don Mr.

1948-2008, per Errol Morris.  Acquaintance of Helena Stoeckley, and named by defense as a member of the "Stoeckley group."
Harrison Ronald Howard Mr.

Middle name also wrongly appears as Harold.  Circa 1970, was 1st Lieutenant, frequent visitor to MacDonald residence, and often described as MacDonald's best friend.
Harrop Gregory W. Mr.

Investigator.  During the CID investigation, statements were received from Harrop and other individuals covering interviews of friends and/or former neighbors and acquaintances of Jeffrey and/or Colette MacDonald.
Hart Tommy Mr.

Per P. E. Beasley, alleged by Helena Stoeckley (ca. 1970) to be an associate of Ike Atkinson and involved in smuggling of drugs in body cavities of deceased soldiers.
Harvey Alexander II Mr.

Born May 3, 1923.  Former judge on the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland.  Receiued commission Sept. 22, 1966.  Chief judge (1986-1991); assumed senior status on March 8, 1991.  Retired on Jan. 30, 2004.
Harvey Alton H. Mr. Alton H. Harvey
Alton H. Harvey


April 11, 1932 - April 23, 2005.  Major General, Judge Advocate General of the Army (July 1, 1979 - July 31, 1981).  Subsequently served as Dean of the Mississippi College School of Law until final retirement in 1991.
Hastings Alcee Lamar Mr. Alcee Hastings
Alcee Hastings


Born Sept. 5, 1936.  U.S. Representative for Florida's 20th congressional district, serving in Congress since 1993.  Also served as a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida from 1979 until his impeachment and removal from that post in 1989.
Hatch Orrin Grant Mr. Orrin Hatch
Orrin Hatch


Born March 22, 1934.  Senior U.S. Senator (R-Utah).
Hausman Leon Augustus Mr. Leon Augustus Hausman, 1926 (Photo: embryo.asu.edu/pages/leon-augustus-hausman [cropped])
Leon Augustus Hausman, 1926
Photo: embryo.asu.edu/pages/leon-augustus-hausman (cropped)


Last name also appears misspelled as Hausmann.  Author of publications regarding hair identification.
Hawkins Bennie J. Mr.

CID Criminal Investigator, ca. 1970.  Duties included going to the morgue at Womack Army Hospital, Ft. Bragg, N.C., on the morning of Feb. 17, 1970, with the intention of obtaining fingerprints from the bodies of Colette, Kimberley and Kristen MacDonald.  Subsequently obtained fingerprints and footprints from Jeffrey MacDonald.  Also interviewed Joseph Lee in Suffold County, NY, in May, 1970, and obtained information about the so-called New York Four group.
Hawley Gessner G.

Author of The Condensed Chemical Dictionary, re: saran and other chemical products.
Hay R. L.

Doctor at Hamlet Hospital, Hamlet, NC, ca. 1970.
Hayes Ms.

Juror in the 1979 trial of Jeffrey Macdonald.
Hayes Anne Margaret Ms.

Chief, Appellate Section and Assistant U.S. Attorney.
Hayes Hughie C. Mr.

Juror re: Allen Mazerolle's 1970 arrest for possession and transportation of LSD.
Hayes Jeannette Ms.

Alleged to have married Shelby Don Harris on April 17, 1975.
Hayes, Larry W. Mr.

E-2; 13th PSYOP Unit.
Hayes Philip Mr.

Per Helena Stoeckley, she talked to this doctor regarding her alleged presence in the MacDonald house.
Hayes Sammy Mr.

Possible friend or associate of Neil Keith Braswell.
Haynes Shirley Ms.

Wrote newspaper article in The Independent (Fuquary-Varnia, N.C.; Nov. 28, 1984) re: Jimmie Proctor.
Haynes John Mr.

Law clerk for Bernard Segal during the 1970 Article 32 hearing.
Haynsworth Clement Furman Jr. Mr. Clement F. Haynsworth, Jr. (Photo: Associated Press)
Clement F. Haynsworth, Jr.
Photo: Associated Press


Oct. 30, 1912 - Nov. 22, 1989.  Judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.  Received commission April 4, 1957, and became Chief Judge in 1964.
Heafner J. Horace Mr. J. Horace Heafner (Photo: newsleader.com)
J. Horace Heafner
Photo: newsleader.com


Oct. 15, 1928 - March 13, 2014.  Last name also appears misspelled as Haefner and Hoefner.  At the time of his death, was a retired FBI Chief of the Special Projects Unit.
Healey

Doctor who requested a prenatal chest examination for Colette MacDonald on Feb. 12, 1970.
Healey Linda Ms.

Editor, publisher and theater website developer, whose experience includes associations with Putnam/Berkeley (ca. 1982), W. W. Norton (ca. 1987), Farrar Straus & Giroux, and Pantheon Books.
Hearst Patricia Campbell "Patty" Ms. Patty Hearst: 1974 mugshot and in later years
Patty Hearst: 1974 mugshot and in later years


Born Feb. 20, 1954.  American newspaper heiress and occasional actress.  Granddaughter of publishing magnate William Randolph Hearst.  She became famous in 1974 when she was kidnapped but soon afterwards joined her kidnappers by robbing a bank.  She spent time in prison before her sentence was commuted by President Jimmy Carter.
Hebble Nancy Ms.

Associated with The Shingle magazine published by the Philadelphia Bar Association.  Communicated with Freddy Kassab regarding his response to an article published in the magazine in the spring of 1985.  The article was written by Dennis Eisman, one of Jeffrey MacDonald's lawyers at the 1970 Article 32 hearing, and was entitled "Shattered Vision: Was Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald Framed?"
Hedden Dianne Marie Mrs.

See Cazares, Dianne Marie.
Hedden George Mr.

Father of Dianne Cazares.  Co-owner of John and George's Bar and Grill in Bloomingdale, NJ, ca. 1971.
Hedden George Mrs.

Mother of Dianne Cazares.
Heinemann Frederick Mr.

Chief of Police, Raleigh, North Carolina Police Department.
Heller Melvin S. Mr. Melvin S. Heller
Melvin S. Heller


Aug. 11, 1922 - Jan. 12, 2016.  Pioneer in the field of forensic psychiatry.  Publications include "Dangerousness of Diagnosis and Disposition" (1969).
Hemingway Ernest Miller Mr. Ernest Hemingway, 1939
Ernest Hemingway, 1939


July 21, 1899 - July 2, 1961.  American author, journalist and winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1954.
Hemphill Robert Witherspoon Mr. Robert W. Hemphill
Robert W. Hemphill


May 10, 1915 - Dec. 25, 1983.  U.S. Representative from South Carolina (1957-1964).  Later served as judge on both the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of South Carolina and the U.S. District Court for the Western District of South Carolina, receiving commission on April 30, 1964.  Chief Judge of the Eastern District (1964-1965).  On Nov. 1, 1965, the two District Courts were re-combined, and Hemphill was reassigned by operation of law to the U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina.  Served as Chief Judge of the entire District (1979-1980), assuming senior status on May 10, 1980.
Henderson Mr.

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, he was questioned by Dr. Brussel about a possible homosexual named Henderson.  MacDonald denied having knowledge of this person.
Henderson Richard L. Mr.

2nd Lieutenant, MSC.  Assistant Registrar, Womack Army Hospital Specialized Treatment Center, Ft. Bragg, N.C.
Hendley J. Jr.

Alleged by Fred Bost on Jan. 13, 1980 to have been a suspect in the MacDonald murders.
Henley Don Mr. Don Henley
Don Henley


Born July 22, 1947.  American singer, songwriter and drummer, best known as a founding member of the Eagles before launching a successful solo carerr.  Lyrics to the Eagles song "Heartache Tonight" were used in Joe McGinniss's book Fatal Vision.
Henniger Wallace Clifton Mr.

Last name also appears spelled as Henninger.  SSG and medical corpsman on duty at Womack Army Hospital Emergency Room on Feb. 17, 1970.
Henninger Gordon Mr.

Associated with attorney Brian O'Neill, ca. 1983.
Herbie

No description available.
Herter Frederic P. Mr. Dr. Frederic Herter (Photo: American University of Beirut)
Dr. Frederic Herter
Photo: American University of Beirut


Graduate of Harvard Medical School.  In 1970, was a professor of surgery at Columbia University, acting Chairman of the Dept. of Surgery, and Director of Surgical Services at Presbyterian Hospital.  Became acquainted with Jeffrey MacDonald at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, and testified in MacDonald's defense during the 1970 Article 32 hearing.
Hertz Randy Mr.

With James S. Liebman, authored Federal Habeas Corpus Practice and Procedure.
Hertzog Robert Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Hurtzog.  M.D.; pathologist in Williamsville, NY.  Educated/trained at Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, and University of Maryland School of Medicine.
Hewlitt-Doyle Susan R. Ms.

Notary Public (circa 1984).
Heymann Philip B. Mr. Philip Heymann (Photo: c-span.org [cropped])
Philip Heymann
Photo: c-span.org (cropped)


Born Oct. 30, 1932.  Former Assistant U.S. Attorney General in charge of the Criminal Division (1978-1981) and Deputy U.S. Attorney General (1993-1994).  In Oct. 1990, was considered as possible candidate to accompany defense if defense decided to arrange a meeting with Dept. of Justice, re: attempt to get DOJ to "confess error," despite having commended the work of FBI lab technicians involved in the case.
Hickerson David A. Mr. David A. Hickerson
David A. Hickerson


Associated with Jeffrey MacDonald's defense (ca. 1990-1991).  Per information accessed in 2013, he is a partner with Foley & Lardner LLP and a member of the firm's Government Enforcement Compliance & White Collar Defense; Business Litigation & Dispute Resolution and IP Litigation Practices.
Hicks John W. Mr.

FBI Laboratory Director (1989 - July 1994).
Hiestand Mahlon Mr.

May 4, 1941 - Sept. 20, 2009.  Last name also appears misspelled as Heeston, Heestan, Highstand, Hiesand.  Captain, group surgeon in Sixth Special Forces in Dec. 1969, and Jeffrey MacDonald's immediate suprervisor.
Highleyman S. L.

Last name also appears misspelled as Heileman.  Author of article "The Deceptive Certainty of the Lie Detector" (Hastings Law Journal, 1958).
Highsmith-Smith Virginia H. Ms.

See Smith, Virginia H.
Hildebrand Eva Ms.

With her husband, Paul Hildebrand, gave deed of trust (Central District of California), in the amount of $25,000.00 re: Jeffrey MacDonald's bail.
Hildebrand Paul Mr.

With his wife, Eva Hildebrand, gave deed of trust (Central District of California), in the amount of $25,000.00 re: Jeffrey MacDonald's bail.
Hilger Norman E. Mr.

Administered oath to William Ivory (CID), 1973.
Hill Melissa H. Ms. Melissa H. Hill (PHOTO: Tharrington Smith LLP [cropped])
Melissa H. Hill
PHOTO: Tharrington Smith LLP (cropped)


Criminal and civil litigation attorney.  Joined Tharrington Smith law firm (N.C.) in 1987.
Hill Sandy Miss

Student at Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, circa 1969-1971.  Acquainted with Judith DeWitt.
Himma Einar Mr.

LTC.  With MSG Dupree, took hair samples from Jeffrey MacDonald's body in the presence of Cpt. Somers, Cpt. Rainer, and CID agent John Hodges on July 20, 1970.  Per MacDonald, Col. Himma was a physician who was "the head of all Green Beret physicians," and who had first recruited MacDonald into the Green Berets while MacDonald was at Ft. Sam Houston, TX, in July 1969.
Hinton Teresa Ms.

Maggie Mauney's supervisor.  Also worked with Jeffrey MacDonald when he was an emergency room doctor.
Hinzmann Hilary Mr.

Editor at W. W. Norton & Company, ca. 1990.
Hobbs William Mr.

Circa 1971, was an FBI Agent and Agent-in-Chief of the Nashville (TN) Resident FBI Office.  Passed initial information to the Ft. Campbell CID office regarding Helena Stoeckley (April 2, 1971).  Also acted as a lecturer at Aquinas College, which Stoeckley had attended.
Hobgood Robert H. Mr. Robert H. Hobgood
Robert H. Hobgood


Superior Court judge for the Ninth Judicial District, assuming senior status in 1980.
Hodge Barbara Mrs.

Last name also appears as Hodges.  Office of Staff Judge Advocate, Ft. Bragg, N.C.  Transcribed Article 32 hearing.  Also appears on 1979 trial witness list.
Hodges John W. Mr.

CID Criminal Investigator; Duty Investigator.
Hodson Kenneth Joe Mr. Kenneth J. Hodson
Kenneth J. Hodson


April 27, 1913 - Nov. 11, 1995.  Major General, USA.  American military lawyer and 27th Judge Advocate General of the U.S. Army (1967-1971).
Hoffman Charles Michael Mr.

Forensic chemist.  Prosecution witness at Jeffrey MacDonald's 1979 trial re: Neutron Activation Analysis.
Hoffman Larry Mr.

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, Hoffman once brought his wife to MacDonald to be treated for psoriasis.
Hoffman Larry Mrs.

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, Mrs. Hoffman was once brought to MacDonald by her husband, Larry Hoffman, to be treated for psoriasis.
Hoffman Mile

"Mile" may be misspelling of "Miles."  Chief of Forensics Lab, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF), ca. 1975.
Hogan P. M.

In 1983, was serving as Administrative Law Judge; Office of Administrative Hearings re: revocation of Jeffrey MacDonald's California medical license.
Hogan Thomas S. Jr. Mr. Thomas S. Hogan
Thomas S. Hogan


Lawyer whose experience includes service as Assistant State Attorney of the Sixth Judicial Circuit in Florida (1981-1984), and as Excecutive Assistant State Attorney of Florida's Fifth Judicial Circuit (1985-1989).
Hogg Mr.

Surname assumed.  Per Raymond Shedlick, Stanley Warmbrod identified Hogg as one of a group in a photo which also included himself, Cathy Perry, Harry Garcia, Hogg's wife Sam, and "Bob."
Hogg Sam Mrs.

Per Raymond Shedlick, Stanley Warmbrod identified Hogg as one of a group in a photo which also included himself, Cathy Perry, Harry Garcia, Hogg's husband, and "Bob."
Hogsett Smith F. Mr.

CPT; doctor.  Former acquaintance of Jeffrey MacDonald's.
Holden G. C. Mr.

Husband of Geraldine Butts Holden.
Holden Geraldine Butts "Gerry" Mrs.

Dec. 3, 1925 - Mar. 21, 2005.  Last name also appears misspelled as Holder.  Nickname appears spelled both as "Gerry" and "Jerry."  Administrative assistant for the Federal Government for over 35 years; retired from the U.S. Marshal's Office in Raleigh, N.C.  Per Jimmy Britt, in 1979 he and Holden were assigned to travel to Greenville, S.C., for the purpose of assuming custody of Helena Stoeckley, who was being held at the Pickens County Jail.  This claim later proved to be false.
Holder Eric Himpton Jr. Mr. Eric Holder
Eric Holder


Born Jan. 21, 1951.  82nd U.S. Attorney General, in office since 2009.  First African-American to hold that position.
Holder Geneva Caroel Ms.

Notary Public, Wake County, N.C., circa 1984.
Holding George E. B. Mr. George Holding
George Holding


Born April 17, 1968.  U.S. Attorney for North Carolina's Eastern District (2006-2011).  Assumed office as U.S. Representative for North Carolina's 13th congressional district on Jan. 3, 2013.
Holdren Victor P. Mr.

FBI Special Agent.
Holland Mitchell M. Mr. Dr. Mitchell Holland
Dr. Mitchell Holland


Director, Forensic Science; Associate Professor, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, University Park, Pennsylvania.  From 1991-2000, held various positions at the Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory (AFDIL) in Rockville, Md., including Scientific Laboratory Director from 1993-2000.
Holland Patricia "Trish" L. Ms. Patricia "Trish" Holland
Patricia "Trish" Holland


Former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina.  In June of 2008, she became a certified mediator for matters across North Carolina involving cases in state and federal court.
Holland Peter Mr.

Ca. 1978, was an M.D. and Resident in Psychiatry.  Examined Helena Stoeckley in 1978 while he was a resident at Dorothea Dix Hospital in Raleigh, N.C.
Hollowell Weldon Mr.

First Assistant to Warren Coolidge; also First Assistant to Thomas McNamara.
Holmes Oliver Wendell Jr. Mr. Oliver Wendell Holmes
Oliver Wendell Holmes


March 8, 1841 - March 6, 1935.  Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1902-1932), and Acting Chief Justice (1930).  One of the most widely cited U.S. Supreme Court justices in history.
Holmes Thomas H. Mr.

With Richard H. Rahe, Merle Meyer, Michael Smith and George Kjaer, co-authored "Social Stress and Illness Onset," 8 Journal of Psychosomatic Research 35 (1964).
Holtzer Kevin Carter Mr. Kevin Carter Holtzer
Kevin Carter Holtzer


Defendant in Michigan v. Kevin Holtzer murder case, in which DNA testing by LabCorp was involved.  Holtzer was convicted and sentenced to life in prison for the Feb. 16, 1998 first-degree murder of 18-year-old Kaylee Bruce.
Hood David G. Mr.

Juror re: Allen Mazerolle's 1970 arrest for possession and transportation of LSD.
Hood Robert H. Mr.

Warden, FCI Sheridan.
Hood Robert H. III Mr.

Defense counsel.
Hoover John Edgar Mr. J. Edgar Hoover
J. Edgar Hoover


Jan. 1, 1895 - May 2, 1972.  First Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) of the U.S., appointed director of the Bureau of Investigation – predecessor to the FBI – in 1924.  He was instrumental in founding the FBI in 1935, where he remained director until his death.
Hope Leslie Townes "Bob" Mr. Bob Hope, 1986
Bob Hope, 1986


May 29, 1903 - July 27, 2003.  English-born American comedian, vaudevillian, actor, singer, dancer, author, and athlete.
Hopp Leigh P.

CID Agent.
Hopper Joan Mrs.

Per Dianne Cazares, was her roommate, ca. 1969, and the girlfriend of Wesley Phelps.
Horan Robert J. Mr.

Captain, circa 1971.
Horn Jo-Ann Ms.

With fellow attorneys Gary Bostwick and Keith Williams, represented Jeffrey MacDonald during the 1987 MacDonald vs. McGinniss civil trial.
Horowitz Alan I. Mr. Alan I. Horowitz (Photo: Miller Chevalier)
Alan I. Horowitz
Photo: Miller Chevalier


Assistant to the Solicitor General, U.S. Dept. of Justice (1979-1986).
Horstman

Plaintiff in Horstman v. State of Florida, 530 So.2d 368 (Fla.Dist.Ct.App., 1988).
Houck Lucy Ms.

With Max Houck, authored What is Touch DNA? (Scientific American, Nov. 2008).
Houck Max Mr. Max Houck (Photo: Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post [cropped])
Max Houck
Photo: Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post (cropped)


With Bruce Budowle, authored Correlation of Microscopic and Mitochondrial DNA Hair Comparisons (Journal of Forensic Science, Sept. 2002).  With Lucy Houck, authored What is Touch DNA? (Scientific American, Nov. 2008).
Hough Charles Merrill Mr. Charles Merrill Hough
Charles Merrill Hough


May 18, 1858 - April 22, 1927.  Judge for the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York (1906).  Joined the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit as a federal judge in 1916, and served in that capacity until his death.  Reference in the Jeffrey MacDonald case is to Hough's opinion in U.S. v. Oppenheimer.
House Paul Gregory Mr. Paul House
Paul House


Wrongfully convicted in 1986 for the July 13, 1985 murder of Carolyn Muncey.  A U.S. Supreme Court intervention (House v. Bell) led to his exoneration on May 12, 1999, after he had served 22 years on Tennessee's death row.
Howard Daniel H. Mr.

Criminal Investigator.  During the CID investigation, statements were received from Howard and other individuals covering interviews of friends and/or former neighbors and acquaintances of Jeffrey and/or Colette MacDonald.
Howard James S. III Mr.

Resident in Psychiatry at North Carolina Memorial Hospital in Chapel Hill, N.C., ca. 1970.  Prepared and signed a report dated May 14, 1970, regarding Helena Stoeckley.
Howard Jeffrey Mr.

Law clerk for Judge Franklin Dupree during the 1979 trial of Jeffrey MacDonald.
Howard Josh B. Mr. Josh B. Howard, May 2013 (Photo: Gammon, Howard & Zeszotarski law firm)
Josh B. Howard, May 2013
Photo: Gammon, Howard & Zeszotarski law firm


Partner at law firm of Gammon, Howard & Zeszotarski.
Howard Malcolm Jones Mr.

Born 1939.  Assistant U.S. Attorney, Eastern District of North Carolina (1973-1974).  Became a federal judge for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina in 1988, assuming senior status in 2005.
Howell George W. Mr.

Acquaintance of Jeffrey MacDonald's through trips made by members of Special Forces of Ft. Bragg to Ft. Sam Houston in 1969.
Hsu Spencer S. Mr.

First name also appears misspelled Spencr.  Last name also appears misspelled as Hau.  Authored "Convicted Defendants Left Uninformed of Forensic Flaws Found by Justice Dept." Washington Post, April 2012.
Huber John R. Mr.

Possibly an alternate juror in 1979 trial of Jeffrey MacDonald; mentioned in reference to voir dire.
Hudgins Bonnie Ms.

Friend of Helena Stoeckley, Jane Zillioux, and Charles "Red" Underhill in Nashville, TN, ca. 1970.
Hudson Richard Page Jr. Mr. Richard Page Hudson, Jr.
Richard Page Hudson, Jr.


Feb. 14, 1931 - Sept. 30, 2012.  Also wrongly referred to by Bernard Segal as "Dr. Page."  In 1968, became North Carolina's first Chief Medical Examiner.
Huff Gregory P. Mr.

Specialist Four; recorded information in the BOQ log re: MacDonald's activities.
Huffington John Norman Mr.

Convicted in 1981 of murdering two people in Connecticut during a drug deal gone wrong.  Received two life sentences for the crimes.  Michael Malone, who examined evidence in the Jeffrey MacDonald case, testified at the trial.
Hughes Jerry Rich Mr.

Director of the Emergency Dept. at Cape Fear Hospital in Feyetteville, N.C. (ca. 1969-1970).  In 1979, was Director of the Emergency Dept. at Long Beach Community Hospital in California.  Friend of Jeffrey MacDonald's, who helped MacDonald obtain work in California after the murders.
Hughes Mark Westly Mr.

Accused by Steve Fasano at trial of being the true perpetrator of the May 14, 2002 robbery of the Citizens State Bank in Morton, Mississippi, of which Fasano was being accused.
Hughes Phyllis Ms.

Wife of Jerry Hughes.  Per Ted Gunderson, in Nov. 1979 Phyllis Hughes and Steve Shea asked Gunderson to investigate the MacDonald case.
Humphries John Mr.

Former military policeman, member of the police reserve, and owner of a shop on Bragg Blvd. in Fayetteville, N.C. ca. 1970.  Claimed that on Feb. 16, 1970 between 6:00 and 7:00 p.m. three men, two white and one black, entered his shop.  Believing that they were going to rob him, he displayed a pistol and they left, getting into a light colored van in which there was a girl wearing a white floppy hat.  Jeffrey MacDonald's defense claimed this was the so-called Stoeckley group.
Hunt Darryl Mr. Darryl Hunt
Darryl Hunt


Born 1965.  Wrongfully convicted in 1984 of the Aug. 10, 1984 rape and murder of Deborah Sykes.  Exonerated in 2004 by DNA and other evidence, after serving more than 19 years in prison.
Hunter Carol May Ms.

See Larsen, Carol.
Hunter Colin H. Mr. Colin Hunter (Photo: Stoel Rives LLP)
Colin Hunter
Photo: Stoel Rives LLP


Intern, National Security Division, U.S. Dept. of Justice.
Hurkos Peter Mr. Peter Hurkos
Peter Hurkos


Born May 21, 1911; died June 1, 1988.  Born Pieter van der Hurk.  Dutchman who claimed that he manifested extra-sensory perception (ESP).
Hurst Carolyn G. Ms.

With William C. Hurst, submitted Short Form Deed of Trust in the amount of $15,000.00 as partial justification to secure replacement bond re: MacDonald's arrest.
Hurst Lewis Willard Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Hurst William C. Mr.

With Carolyn G. Hurst, submitted Short Form Deed of Trust in the amount of $15,000.00 as partial justification to secure replacement bond re: MacDonald's arrest.
Hurt Cheryl "Sherry" "Cher" Ms.

See also Sher and Sherry; may be same person.  Associated with Vickie Freese, circa 1969-1971.
Hurt R. L.

In 1970, was a patrolman for the Fayetteville, N.C. Police Department.  Per CID Agent Richard Mahon, Helena Stoeckley told P. E. Beasley (Prince Beasley) that she had more than one floppy hat, and that she had given one of them to Patrolman Hurt "because he had asked me for it."
Huse Mary Ms.

Psychologist who examined P. E. Beasley in 1973 and found that he suffered from psychoneurosis and organic brain damage, with signs of confabulation and confusion.
Hutchins Eleanor P.

Signature appears under the designation "For the Commander:" on Greg Mitchell's army medical records.
Hutton Robert James "Lil' Bobby" Mr. Robert "Lil' Bobby" Hutton
Robert "Lil' Bobby" Hutton


April 21, 1950 - April 6, 1968.  Also referred to as "Little Bobby."  Treasurer and first recruit to join the Black Panthers Party.
Huxley Aldous Leonard Mr. Aldous Huxley
Aldous Huxley


July 26, 1894 - Nov. 22, 1963.  English writer best known for his novels, including Brave New World.  Lived in Los Angeles, CA, from 1937 until his death.
Hyatt

No description available.


Ingland James W. Mr.

Charged with kidnapping and attempted killing of Richard Fortner, ca. 1970.  One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Ingland Terry William Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Ingold John Mr.

With Karen Agué, authored "DA Clears Ramsey Family; 'Touch DNA' Test Cited as Significant, Powerful Evidence" (Denver Post, July 10, 2008).
Ingram Mr.

Lieutenant Colonel; Deputy Commander of the 3d Criminal Investigation Group.
Ingram John Mr.

Per Helena Stoeckley, she talked to this doctor regarding her alleged presence in the MacDonald house.
Irving Clifford Michael Mr. Clifford Irving
Clifford Irving


Born Nov. 5, 1930.  American investigative reporter and novelist.  Best known for a fictional "autobiography" of Howard Hughes in the early 1970s.  After Hughes denounced him and sued the publisher, Irving confessed to the hoax and was sentenced to two and a half years in prison, of which he served 17 months.
Isaacs M. D.

With K. K. Laing, authored The Examination of Paints and Fibers by Microspectrophotometry.
Isis

Egyptian mythological goddess.
Ivory William Francis "Bill" Mr. Bill Ivory: (l-r) 1971, 1979, and 2012 (Photo on right: blackburnseminars.com [cropped])
Bill Ivory: (l-r) 1971, 1979, and 2012
Photo on right: blackburnseminars.com (cropped)


Born 1939.  CID Duty Investigator and lead agent in the original MacDonald murder investigation (1970); recruited in 1971 by the CID to join the reinvestigation team.  Inducted into the CID Hall of Fame in 2007.  Government witness at Sept. 2012 evidentiary hearing.  More


Jack

Alleged by James Nance, Jr. to be possible name of person who called him to advise that Betty Garcia wanted to talk with him, and who brought Garcia to Nance's office.
Jack

Last name unknown.  Alleged by Vickie Freese to have been a Fayetteville, N.C. resident who was "supposed to have hypnotic powers."  Father was alleged by Raymond Shedlick to have been a preacher in Winston-Salem, N.C., ca. 1983.
Jackson

No description available.
Jackson Mr.

SP4.  Circa Feb. 16-17, 1970, was the patrol partner of Robert Duffy (MP).
Jackson Harry Mr.

See Gunderson, Ted.
Jackson Jerry M. Mr.

Possibly an alternate juror in 1979 trial of Jeffrey MacDonald; mentioned in reference to voir dire.
Jackson John Mr.

Defendant in case in which Michael Malone testified.
Jackson Robert Houghwout Mr. Robert H. Jackson
Robert H. Jackson


Feb. 13, 1892 - Oct. 9, 1954.  U.S. Attorney General (1940-1941) and an Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1941-1954).  Chief U.S. prosecutor at the Nuremberg Trials.
Jacobson Severt Harold Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Jacobsen.  In 1970, was an Army Major and surgical resident on duty at Womack Army Hospital Emergency Room.  Treated Jeffrey MacDonald after Dr. William Straub had seen him.
Jacoby Meyer Mr.

First name also appears misspelled as Myer.  Wigmaker who allegedly made white Santa Claus wigs and beards using saran fibers.
James

Reference is only by Jeffrey MacDonald to "Dr. James' lake house."
James Richard L. Mr.

Gave declaration re: 1979 jury foreman, David Hardison.
James Robert S. Mr.

See Lisenba, Raymond L.
James Steven Mr. Steve James
Steve James


Feb. 19, 1962 - Dec. 18, 1993.  American actor, stuntman and martial artist.  Played Jimmy Britt in the Fatal Vision mini-series which aired Nov. 18-19, 1984.
Jarrett Joann Ms.

See also Jarrett, Joyce and/or Jarrett, Judy and/or "Joy"; may be same person.  Allegedly a New York resident, ca. 1975, from whom the defense sought statetments made about Jeffrey MacDonald.
Jarrett Joyce Mrs.

See also Jarrett, Joann and/or Jarrett, Judy and/or "Joy"; may be same person.  Described as resident of Long Island, NY, ca. 1972.  Alleged by Robert Stevenson to have lived with Jeffrey MacDonald in Huntington Beach, CA from about July 1971 to Nov. 1971.
Jarrett Judy Mrs.

See also Jarrett, Joann and/or Jarrett, Joyce and/or "Joy"; may be same person.  Described as resident of Patchogue, NY and an "undeveloped lead," ca. 1972.
Javits Jacob Koppel "Jack" Mr. Jacob Javits
Jacob Javits


May 18, 1904 - March 7, 1986.  U.S. Senator from New York (1957-1981).
Jay

Ambiguous description by Raymond Shedlick leaves uncertainty as to whether Jay is last name of female named Diana, or the first or last name of another, possibly male, individual.
Jeffery Donald Rinzo Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Jeffrey and Jeffries.  SP5.  On Feb. 17, 1970, was a medical corpsman assigned to ambulance duty at Womack Army Hospital, Ft. Bragg, N.C.  With ambulance driver James Paulsen and partner Juan Castelan, put Jeffrey MacDonald on a gurney to be taken to the hospital, and rode with Castelan and MacDonald to the hospital.
Jenefoweler Janet Ms.

Associated with Vickie Freese circa 1969-1971.
Jenkins James E. Mr.

FBI fingerprint examiner.
Jenkins Joseph E. Jr. "Jody" Mr.

Circa Oct. 1969, was attending Virginia Military Institute (VMI).  Friend of Leslie Kingston.  One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints wee obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Jensen Delwen Lowell Mr. Delwen Lowell Jensen
Delwen Lowell Jensen


Born 1928.  Former U.S. federal judge.  District Attorney, Alameda County, CA (1969-1981).  Assistant U.S. Attorney General, Criminal Division, U.S. Dept. of Justice (1981-1983).  Associate U.S. Attorney General, U.S. Dept. of Justice (1983-1985).  Deputy U.S. Attorney General, U.S. Dept. of Justice (1985-1986).  Assumed senior status as a U.S. District Court Judge for the Northern District of California on June 27, 1997.
Jensen Lisa L. Ms.

Notary Public, Minnesota, ca. 2009.
Jetta Charles F. Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
"Joe"

Per Bennie Hawkins (1970), was an undercover agent, presumably for Suffolk County Police Dept. in New York.
Johnson Mr.

See also Johnson, David F.; may be same person.  CID Investigator.  Among other duties, Johnson and CID agent John Reynolds attempted unsuccessfully to obtain hair samples and fingerprints from the family of Donald Kalin.
Johnson Betty Ms.

Deputy clerk, General Court of Justice, N.C., ca. Feb. 1970.
Johnson Betty Jean Ms.

Per notes of Grant Bosburgh, Debra Harmon claimed that "this girl was a few years older and was really in deep with the soldiers who made the deals from NYC."  One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Johnson Bill Mr.

May be detective who worked with police informant Debra Harmon.
Johnson David F. Mr.

See also Johnson, Mr.; may be same person.  CID agent, circa 1971.
Johnson Fred Mr.

Juror re: Allen Mazerolle's 1970 arrest for possession and transportation of LSD.
Johnson Gary Mr.

Testified that Robert Abney asked him to providce an alibi.  Reference in the Jeffrey MacDonald case is to U.S. v. Abney, 508 F.2d 1285 (1975).
Johnson Gregg Mr.

Boyfriend of Miss Sandy Hill, circa 1969-1971.  Acquainted with Judith DeWitt.
Johnson Henry Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Johnson Joseph Mr.

Father of Ann Johnson-White.
Johnson Lyndon Baines Mr. Lyndon Baines Johnson
Lyndon Baines Johnson


Aug. 27, 1908 - Jan. 22, 1973.  36th President of the U.S. (1963-1969).
Johnson Neal A. Mr.

Captain (U.S. Army) at Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. 1971.
Johnson Neal E. Mr.

See also Johnson, Neil; may be same person.  U.S. Army serviceman discharged at Ft. Bragg, N.C. on June 26, 1970.
Johnson Neil Mr.

See also Johnson, Neal E.; may be same person.  Per Prince Beasley, Helena Stoeckley named Neil Johnson as someone with whom she was well acquainted.  Johnson was in the Army at the time and was later discharged.
Johnson-White Ann R. Mrs.

Former girlfriend of Neil Braswell.  Acquainted also with Braswell's wife, Shirley Braswell.  Said Braswell never mentioned the MacDonald murders to her; described him as a liar.
Johnson William Carl Mr.

Juror re: Allen Mazerolle's 1970 arrest for possession and transportation of LSD.
Johnson William F. Mr.

CPT, INF, Acting Assistant AG.
Johnston Julie Richards Ms.

Clerk of Court, U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit, ca. 2015.
Johnstone Addie Willis Ms.

Proffered corroboration of Helena Stoeckle's alleged involvement in the MacDonald murders.
Jones Mr.

Per Roy Daw, was a Lt. Colonel and the father of Chris Jones.
Jones Ms.

Referred to by attorney Brian O'Neill only as "the witness."
Jones Bobby Mr.

Per affidavit of Donald Buffkin, he recalls Greg Mitchell having an African-American "army buddy" who served in Vietnam with him.  Buffkin claims that Mitchell stated that Bobby Jones of Orangeberg, S.C., accompanied Mitchell to the MacDonald hom on Feb. 17, 1970.
Jones Chris Ms.

Per Barbara Daw, was the girlfriend of Thomas McCormick, one of the men who visited Mary Hardin when Hardin lived with Daw.
Jones Donna Marie Ms.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Jones Nancy Ms.

Defense attorney Wade Smith's paralegal.
Jordan

Per Helena Stoeckley, she talked to this doctor regarding her alleged presence in the MacDonald house.
Jordan Libby Ms.

Law Clerk for Senior U.S. District Judge James Fox, Eastern District of North Carolina.
Jordan Mark Mr.

Prisoner at the U.S. Penitentiary in Florence, CO, who was murdered a fellow prisoner, David Stone, on June 3, 1999.
Joseph Marjory L. Ms.

Author of Introductory Textile Science (1966), re: saran and other fibers.
"Joy" Jeffrey MacDonald and Joy at Huntington Beach, CA (assumed ca. Jan. 24, 1975)
Jeffrey MacDonald and Joy at Huntington Beach, CA (assumed ca. Jan. 24, 1975)


See also Jarrett, Joann and/or Jarrett, Joyce and/or Jarrett, Judy; may be same person.  Named only as Joy in Joe McGinniss's book Fatal Vision (1983).  Jeffrey MacDonald's girlfriend ca. 1971-1975, while he was living in Huntington Beach, CA.  Per MacDonald, she was a "gorgeous receptionist who worked for one of the yacht dealers in the area," and was "the most sensual woman I've ever seen."  By August of 1975, their relationship had deteriorated, and he began dating a new woman, named by McGinniss only as "Bobbi."
Joyner Nancy Diane Ms.

See also Nancy; may be same person.  AKA: Diane Joyner.  Last name also shown misspelled as Jorner.  Per Laura Smith (AKA: Jane Neuman; Laura Jane Riddle Smith), Joyner and Doug Walker were acquaintances of Neil Keith Braswell.
Judson James G. Mr.

Provost Marshal Investigator at Fort Bragg.  His partner during at least some interviews was Vernon Park.
Junkin Timothy D. Mr. Tim Junkin
Tim Junkin


Law partner with John Moffett.  Hired by Kathryn MacDonald in 2004 as defense lawyer for Jeffrey MacDonald.


Kalin Donald Leroy Mr.

CW3, ca. 1970.  Husband of Violet Kalin; father of Pamela, Vicki, Paul, and Donald Kalin, Jr.  Lived next to and west of the MacDonalds.  Identified the bodies of Colette, Kimberley and Kristen MacDonald at the crime scene.
Kalin Donald Lewis Jr. Mr.

Son of Donald and Violet Kalin.
Kalin Pamela Lorraine Miss

AKA: Pamela Cochran (Mrs. William W. Cochran).  Daughter of Donald and Violet Kalin.  Babysitter for Kimberley and Kristen MacDonald, ca. 1969-1970.
Kalin Paul Andrew Mr.

Son of Donald and Violet Kalin.
Kalin Vicki Marguerite Miss

Oldest daughter of Donald and Violet Kalin.
Kalin Violet Mary Mrs.

Middle initial also appears as K.  Wife of CW3 Donald L. Kalin; mother of Pamela, Vicki, Paul, and Donald Kalin, Jr.  Told CID Investigator William Ivory that sometime during the night of 16-17 Feb. 1970, she was awakened by the loud and angry voice of Colette MacDonald.
Kalterbach Kathleen Ms.

Presumed to be Notary Public (circa June 1985).
Kane Francis Borgia Jr. Mr.

Colonel; Commander, 6th Special Forces Group, Ft. Bragg, N.C., and Jeffrey MacDonald's immediate commander in 1970.  Husband of Joan Kane.
Kane Joan Trudeau Mrs. Joan Kane
Joan Kane


June 22, 1925 - Oct. 13, 2015.  Survived by husband Col. Francis B. Kane, Jr. (ret.), to whom she was married for 70 years.  Mother of eight children.
Kane Joseph T. III Mr.

E-2; D. 7th SF Gp (1969); described as "dope fiend."
Kane Mary Kay Ms.

With Arthur R. Miller and Charles Alan Wright, co-authored Federal Practice and Procedure (1995).
Kaney Paul M. Mr.

M.D.; University of Virginia Hospital (ca. 1982).  Signed death certificate of Greg Mitchell on June 3, 1982.
Kantor Mr.

Juror in the 1979 trial of Jeffrey MacDonald.
Kapiloff Steve Mr.

Employee of attorney Brian O'Neill, ca. 1986.  Conducted a review of all FOIA releases received by O'Neill.
Kaser Lindsey

Apparently associated with defense law firm Silverglate and Good.
Kassab Alfred G. "Freddy" Mr. Alfred "Freddy" Kassab, 1979
Alfred "Freddy" Kassab, 1979


Jan. 19, 1921 - Oct. 24, 1994.  AKA: Fred, Freddy; nickname also appears misspelled as Freddie.  Husband of Mildred Kassab and stepfather of murder victim Colette MacDonald.  More
Kassab Mildred Mrs. Mildred Kassab: (l-r) 1958, 1979 and date unknown
Mildred Kassab: (l-r) 1958, 1979 and date unknown


Aug. 11, 1916 - Jan. 19, 1994.  AKA: Mildred Stevenson Kassab.  Wife of Alfred Kassab and mother of murder victim Colette MacDonald.  More
Kastenmeier Robert William Mr. Robert Kastenmeier
Robert Kastenmeier


Born Jan. 24, 1924.  Member of the U.S. House of Representatives for Wisconsin (1959-1991).  Also served on the House Judiciary Committee involved in the creation of the Copyright Act of 1976.
Kathy

Last name unknown.  Described by Helena Stoeckley as Ted Gunderson's secretary.
Katzenbach Nicholas deBelleville "Nick" Mr. Nicholas Katzenbach, May 6, 1968
Nicholas Katzenbach, May 6, 1968


Jan. 17, 1922 - May 8, 2012.  65th U.S. Attorney General (Feb. 11, 1965 - Oct. 2, 1966).
Kavanaugh Lisa M. Ms.

Paralegal for defense.
Kay Janet Ms.

Reporter for Los Angeles Herald Examiner.  Interviewed Ted Gunderson on April 1, 1982.
Keady Phillip Mr.

Inmate at Sheridan whose life MacDonald claimed to have saved.
Kearns Nicholas Mr.

Assistant U.S. Attorney; worked with Warren Coolidge, ca. 1982.
Kearns Peter Edmund Mr. Peter Kearns, 1971 and 1979
Peter Kearns, 1971 and 1979


Jan. 17, 1934 - Aug. 28, 2007.  Chief Warrant Officer and lead investigator during the CID reinvestigation.  More
Keaton Bill Mr.

Per Prince Beasley, Helena Stoeckley said that Keaton and his wife lived at 1108 Clark St., Apt. 1, Fayetteville, N.C., ca. 1970.
Keaton Bill Mrs.

Per Prince Beasley, Helena Stoeckley said that Keaton and her husband lived at 1108 Clark St., Apt. 1, Fayetteville, N.C., ca. 1970.
Keaton R. M.

SBI Lab, Raleigh, N.C.  Apparently was state witness during Allen Mazerolle's trial on drug charges.
Keator Hervey E. Mr.

First name also appears misspelled as Hurvey.  Colonel and Provost Marshal, ca. Aug. 1970.  Acting Chief of the Fayetteville, N.C. Police Dept., ca. 1973.
Keefe John V. Mr.

Alleged by James Williams to have been a Lt. Col. at Ft. Bragg, N.C. who was to have briefed Col. Francis Kane about activities on the morning of Feb. 17, 1970.
Keeler Robert "Bob" Mr. Bob Keeler
Bob Keeler


Pulitzer Prize winning writer and journalist, and former editor and columnist at Newsday.  Per Joe McGinniss, Keeler approached Freddy Kassab about signing up with Keeler "in some regard."
Keeney John Christopher "Jack" Mr. Jack Keeney
Jack Keeney


Feb. 19, 1922 - Nov. 19, 2011.  Former Deputy U.S. Assistant Attorney General.  At retirement in 2010, was the longest-serving federal prosecutor in American history.
Kelleher Thomas J. Jr. Mr.

Former Assistant Director of the FBI Laboratory Operations in Washington, D.C.
Kelley Bernard "Bernie" Mr.

Last name also appears spelled as Kelly.  In the late 1960s was a jewelry designer who designed a ring for Colette MacDonald.
Kelley Joe Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Kelly.  Per Robert Brisentine, Helena Stoeckley alleged in 1971 that Kelley was "a negro soldier" assigned to a Medical Holding Detachment at Womack Army Hospital, Fort Bragg, N.C. in 1970, and was potentially involved in the MacDonald family murders.
Kelley Ronald Edward Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Kelly Mr.

Per Ted Gunderson, Kelly was the "agent in charge" of the FBI's investigation of Gunderson.
Kemp Willard F. Mr.

CID Criminal Investigator, circa 1971.
Kennedy Anthony McLeod Mr. Anthony Kennedy
Anthony Kennedy


Born July 23, 1936.  Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, appointed in 1988.
Kennedy Edward Moore "Ted" Mr. Edward "Ted" Kennedy
Edward "Ted" Kennedy


Feb. 22, 1932 - Aug. 25, 2009.  U.S. Senator from Massachusetts.
Kennedy John Fitzgerald Mr. John F. Kennedy
John F. Kennedy


May 29, 1917 - Nov. 22, 1963.  Commonly known as "Jack" or by his initials JFK.  35th U.S. President; assassinated on Nov. 22, 1963.

On May 18, 1995, Jeffrey MacDonald referred briefly to Kennedy when writing about Ft. Bragg: "As important & seemingly over-riding as Vietnam now seems, please recall other issues were, back then, really hot issues...'Hippies' and flower children were everywhere.  It was the era of Woodstock, Chappaquiddick, the shocking deaths of JFK, RFK, & Martin Luther King..."
Kennedy Robert Francis "Bobby" Mr. Robert F. Kennedy (1962)
Robert F. Kennedy (1962)


Nov. 20, 1925 - June 6, 1968.  One of two younger brothers of President John Kennedy, and Attorney General for his administration.  Assassinated June 6, 1968.

On May 18, 1995, Jeffrey MacDonald referred briefly to Kennedy when writing about Ft. Bragg: "As important & seemingly over-riding as Vietnam now seems, please recall other issues were, back then, really hot issues...'Hippies' and flower children were everywhere.  It was the era of Woodstock, Chappaquiddick, the shocking deaths of JFK, RFK, & Martin Luther King..."
Kennedy Vernoy Mr.

Died June 11, 2007.  Former U.S. Deputy Marshal, S.C.  In 1979, accompanied by a female temporary employee from the U.S. Marshal's Office in South Carolina, transported Helena Stoeckley to North Carolina.
Kerner Otto Jr. Mr. Otto Kerner, 1967
Otto Kerner, 1967


Aug. 15, 1908 - May 9, 1976.  33rd Governor of Illinois (1961-1968).  Per Jeffrey MacDonald, Victor Woerheide was "instrumental in obtaining indictments on Governor Otto Kerner in Illinois..."
Kerr David I. Mr.

Juror re: Allen Mazerolle's 1970 arrest for possession and transportation of LSD.
Kerwin Walter Thomas Jr. "Dutch" Mr. Walter T. Kerwin, Jr.
Walter T. Kerwin, Jr.


June 14, 1917 - July 11, 2008.  Commanding General, U.S. Continental Army Command (1973).  Commanding General, U.S. Army Forces Command (1973-1974).  Vice Chief of Staff, U.S. Army (1974-1978).  First commander of U.S. Army Forces Command and a member of the Association of the U.S. Army's Advisory Board of Directors (1984).
Kesey Kenneth Elton "Ken" Mr. Ken Kesey
Ken Kesey


Sept. 17, 1935 - Nov. 10, 2001  American novelist, essayist, and countercultural figure.
Kestor

Colonel, ca. 1971.  Provided information re: Alfred Kassab's dissatisfaction with the interviews of Robert and Vivian "Pep" Stevenson.
Kilpatrick

Doctor.
Kimmel Stephen C. Mr.

Vice Consul, Rome, Italy.
Kincheloe Samuel E. Mr.

In 1970, was an Army Major, Infantry; Adjutant, and signatory on documents relating to the 1970 Article 32 military hearing involving Jeffrey MacDonald.
"King"

Companion of "Princess Leda Amun Ra."
King Mr.

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, King was a lieutenant while MacDonald was imprisoned at Texarkana.
King Charles A. Mr.

E-2; 13th PSYOP Unit.
King James A. Mr.

CID Agent; present at the autopsy of Colette MacDonald.
King Julie L. Ms.

Notary Public, Wake County, N.C.
King Larry Mr. Larry King, Sept. 2010
Larry King, Sept. 2010


Born Nov. 19, 1933.  American television and radio host.
King Martin Luther Jr. Mr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 1964
Martin Luther King, Jr., 1964


Jan. 15, 1929 - April 4, 1968.  Clergyman, activist and African-American civil rights leader.  Best known for his role in the advancement of civil rights using nonviolent civil disobedience.

On May 18, 1995, Jeffrey MacDonald referred briefly to King when writing about Ft. Bragg: "As important & seemingly over-riding as Vietnam now seems, please recall other issues were, back then, really hot issues...'Hippies' and flower children were everywhere.  It was the era of Woodstock, Chappaquiddick, the shocking deaths of JFK, RFK, & Martin Luther King..."
King Robert Bruce Mr. Robert Bruce King
Robert Bruce King


Born Jan. 1940.  Federal judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit; confirmed Oct. 8, 1998.
Kingston Josephine Rae "Jo" Mrs.

Jan. 5, 1924 - July 11, 1992.  Surname and/or middle names also shown as Cody and Sprague.  Married to Colonel (later General) Robert Kingston for 36 years and mother to two children, George and Leslie.  In 1970, claimed to be a friend of Jeffrey MacDonald's; some believe that both she and her daughter Leslie were more intimately involved with him.
Kingston Leslie Mildred Miss

AKA: Mrs. Leslie Reiman.  Daughter of Josephine "Jo" Kingston and Colonel (later General) Robert Kingston.  In 1970, claimed to be a friend of MacDonald's; some believe that both she and her mother were more intimately involved with him.
Kingston Robert Charles "Bob" Mr. Robert Kingston, 1984
Robert Kingston, 1984


July 16, 1928 - Feb. 28, 2007.  Colonel and Commander of the 3rd Special Forces Group at Ft. Bragg, N.C. (1969), and Jeffrey MacDonald's commanding officer.  Later served as Commanding General of the Rapid Deployment Joint Task Force (1981).  Husband of 36 years to Josephine Cody "Jo" Kingston, and father to George and Leslie Kingston.
Kirby Mrs.

May have had some relationship with Jeffrey MacDonald and some knowledge of "P.E. for Colonel" which is not further described.
Kirk Paul L. Mr.

Author of Crime Investigation, edited by John I. Thornton.
Kirkman Charles Mr.

Last name also appears spelled as Kirman.  Attorney for Betty Garcia and former law partner of James Nance.  May be same person shown in online records as Fayetteville, N.C. attorney Charles H. Kirkman (May 18, 1926 - Sept. 21, 2013).
Kite Daniel E. Mr.

Associated with DNA testing (AFDIL) in the MacDonald case.
Kjaer George Mr.

With Richard H. Rahe, Merle Meyer, Michael Smith and Thomas H. Holmes, co-authored "Social Stress and Illness Onset," 8 Journal of Psychosomatic Research 35 (1964).
Kleiber M.

With P. Wiegnand, authored DNA Typing of Epithelial Cells After Strangulation (1997).
Klein Harry Mr.

Youngest son of Raymond Klein.
Klein Raymond R. Mr.

Gave deposition and declaration about trial juror Hardison.
Kleinschmidt Gerhard Mr.

Last name appears misspelled as Klienschmidt.  Trial Attorney, General Crimes Division, U.S. Dept. of Justice in Washington, D.C. (June 1971 - March 1985), then Assistant U.S. Attorney in Northern District of Texas.
Klopfer Peter H. Mr.

Plaintiff in Klopfer v. North Carolina, 386 U.S. 213 (1967), a case in which the U.S. Supreme Court held that the due process clause of the Fourteenth Amendment incorporates the Sixth Amendment right to a speedy trial and makes that provision applicable to the States.
Knight

Veterinarian in Fayetteville, N.C., ca. 1980.
Knight Harry L. Mr.

Deputy Sheriff, Greensboro, N.C., ca. 1971.
Koch Sandra L. Ms.

With Douglas Deedrick, authored academic journal article entitled Microsopy of Hair, Part 1: A Practical Guide and Manual for Human Hairs.
Kolker Peter R. Mr. Peter R. Kolker (Photo: Zuckerman Spaeder [cropped])
Peter R. Kolker
Photo: Zuckerman Spaeder (cropped)


Attorney at law firm Zuckerman Spaeder.  Associated with Jeffrey MacDonald's defense, ca. 1990, re: input on selection of candidates to accompany defense to possible meeting with Dept. of Justice re: attempt to get the DOJ to "confess error."
Kopechne Mary Jo Ms. Mary Jo Kopechne
Mary Jo Kopechne


July 26, 1940 - July 18, 1969.  American teacher, secretary, and political campaign specialist who died in a car accident at Chappaquiddick Island while a passenger in a car being driven by longtime U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy.

On May 18, 1995, Jeffrey MacDonald referred briefly to the Chappaquiddick incident when writing about Ft. Bragg: "As important & seemingly over-riding as Vietnam now seems, please recall other issues were, back then, really hot issues...'Hippies' and flower children were everywhere.  It was the era of Woodstock, Chappaquiddick, the shocking deaths of JFK, RFK, & Martin Luther King..."
Kopp Elizabeth Z. Ms.

Submitted affidavit (circa 1991) in support of response of the U.S. to MacDonald's petition for post-conviction relief.
Koppert Budd Mr.

Tega Cay, S.C. police officer, ca. 1988.  Provided information re: Sam Lee and Greg Mitchell.
Kornstein Daniel J. Mr. Daniel J. Kornstein (Photo: Michael Papas)
Daniel J. Kornstein
Photo: Michael Papas


New York attorney, essayist and author.  Represented Fatal Vision author Joe McGinniss during the seven-week MacDonald vs. McGinniss civil trial (1987).
Kramer Candy Ms.

See Sizelove, Sheree.
Kramer Mark Mr.

Associated with Consolidated Millinery (New York, NY).
Krawlec/Krawiec Paul A. Mr.

Correct spelling of last name unknown.  Patrolman, Police Department, Greensboro, N.C., ca. 1970-1971.  Provided information re: Neil Braswell.
Kritzman Edward M. Mr.

Clerk, Central District of California (Los Angeles).  Acknowledged deed of receipt of Short Form Deed of Trust of Stephen Robert Shea in the amount of $17,000.00 to be used as security in lieu of cash bail for Jeffrey MacDonald.
Kriwanek Pamela Ms.

Per Fred Bost, Pamela Kriwanek was the 18-year-old daughter of Col. Robert Kriwanek.
Kriwanek Robert J. Mr. Robert Kriwanek, July 24, 1970
Robert Kriwanek, July 24, 1970


Jan. 1, 1922 - Feb. 3, 2002.  Last name also appears misspelled as Kawanak and Kriwarek.  Army Colonel and Provost Marshal at Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. 1970.
Kroger William Saul Mr.

April 14, 1906 - Dec. 4, 1995.  American medical doctor, gynecologist and neuropsychiatrist who pioneered the use of hypnotism in medicine and criminal investigations.  Conducted a hypnosis session with Jeffrey MacDonald in June, 1979.
Krogman Lloyd Mr.

Referred to as "Dr. Krogman" by Paul Stombaugh.  Per Stombaugh, Krogman had published works with regard to hair comparisons.
Kronenberg John R. "Jack" Mr.

March 15, 1923 - March 11, 2011.  Served for 15 years as a Los Angeles, California, public defender, and was appointed on April 23, 1973 as U.S. Magistrate, U.S. District Court, Central District of California.  Sat in the Court's Western Division in Los Angeles until his July 14, 1992 retirement.  Also served as a recalled magistrate judge from June 6, 1994 to March 17, 1995.
Krulewitch

Defendant in Krulewitch v. United States, 336 U.S. 440 (1949).
Krystia Elizabeth Ann Ms.

See Ramage, Mrs. Elizabeth Ann.
Krystia Theodore Alexander Mr.

Captain; husband of Elizabeth Ann Krystia (née Ramage).
Kuester Helena Ms.

Bureau of Vital Statistics, Richmond, Virgina.
Kuhan E. Warren

Notary Public, Wake County, N.C., ca. 2013.
Kuhlman Merlin S. Mr.

Administered oath re: witness statement(s), ca. 1972.
Kulbeck Larry James Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Kurichh Kathryn Ms.

See MacDonald, Kathryn.
Kurtis Bill Mr. Bill Kurtis
Bill Kurtis


Born Sept. 21, 1940 as William Horton Kuretich.  American television journalist, producer, narrator, and news anchor.

On Oct. 25, 1998, Jeffrey MacDonald voiced his concerns about the American Justice television show, writing "I find it incredible, actually incomprehensible, that you used several lengthy clips of prosecutor James Blackburn...yet you never informed the viewers he is a convicted felon...To me, this vital omission on your behalf can only be attributed to a strong pro-prosecution bias, and it was extremely unfair for 'American Justice' and Bill Kurtis to have not told the viewers this mind-boggling piece of information."
Kwiatkoski/Kwiotowski Ellie Ms.

Correct spelling of last name unknown.  Friend of the Kassab's and former acquaintance of Carole Larsen.
Kyles Curtis Lee Mr.

Plaintiff in Kyles v. Whitley, 514 U.S. 419 (1995), a U.S. Supreme Court case that held that a prosecutor has an affirmative duty to disclose evidence favorable to a defendant.


Laape John Mr.

Last name also appears (apparently misspelled) as Laafe.  Per Kathy Smith, she was with Laafe (Laape), Bruce Fowler, Charlie Brown and J. C. Conklin on the night of the murders, at Fowler's trailer.
Laba Charlene "Char" Ms.

Volunteer associaed with Jeffrey MacDonald's website.
Labb (phonetic) Dean Mr.

Alleged by Bernard Segal to have been a drafter of the Rules of Evidence.
Laber Terry Lee Mr. Terry Laber, ca. 1999 (Photo: Craig Lassig)
Terry Laber, ca. 1999
Photo: Craig Lassig


Forensic chemist trained in blood stain analysis by CID lab technician Janice Glisson.  Became supervisor of the Serology Section of the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension Laboratory in St. Paul, performing examinations on blood stains, hairs, fibers, soils and other trace materials.
LaBianca Pasqualino Antonio "Leno" Mr. Anotonio "Leno" LaBianca
Anotonio "Leno" LaBianca


Aug. 6, 1925 - Aug. 10, 1969.  Born in Los Angeles, California to Italian immigrant parents.  Married Rosemary LaBianca (née Elliott) in 1960 in Carmel, Californa.  Murdered by members of the Manson Family on Aug. 10, 1969.
LaBianca Rosemary Mrs. Rosemary LaBianca
Rosemary LaBianca


Dec. 15, 1930 - Aug. 10, 1969.  Born in Arizona to parents who were divorced.  Her birth name was Ruth Katherine Elliott.  Married Antonio "Leno" LaBianca in 1960 in Carmel, California.  Murdered by members of the Manson Family on Aug. 10, 1969.
Lacey William C. Mr.

Ft. Knox, KY; witness to statement of Winnie Casper, 1971.
Lacy Mary Ms. Mary Lacy
Mary Lacy


Born 1950.  District Attorney in Boulder, CO (2001-2009).  Probably best noted for utilizing touch DNA to exclude John and Patsy Ramsey as contributors of DNA re: the murder of their daughter, JonBenet Ramsey.
Ladendorf Barry Dean Mr. Barry Ladendorf, April 2012
Barry Ladendorf, April 2012


Served for 31 years as Deputy Attorney General in the Dept. of Justice, State of California.  With Courken George Deukmeiian Jr., served as attorney for complaintant Robert Rowland in 1982 re: revocation of Jeffrey MacDonald's California medical license.
Lagattuta Bill Mr. Bill Lagattuta (Photo: billlagattuta.com)
Bill Lagattuta
Photo: billlagattuta.com


Television anchorman, painter and sculptor.  In July 1995, became a correspondent for 48 Hours, the CBS news magazine.
Lain Laura "Lori" Ms.

Per Vickie Freese, practiced witchcraft in Fayetteville, N.C. circa 1969-1971, and had been "running around" with Pat Scott in Sept. 1971.
Laing K. K.

With M. D. Isaacs, authored The Examination of Paints and Fibers by Microspectrophotometry.
Lamb Kenneth Mr.

Per Ted Gunderson, Lamb and his wife were Jeffrey MacDonald's neighbors, and claimed that someone tried to break into their home about 2:00 a.m. on Feb. 17, 1970.
Lamb Kenneth Mrs.

Per Ted Gunderson, Lamb and her husband were Jeffrey MacDonald's neighbors, and claimed that someone tried to break into their home about 2:00 a.m. on Feb. 17, 1970.
Lamke/Lanke (illegible) Dale L.

No description available.  Signature appears on Greg Mitchell's army records.
Landeen Robert H. Mr.

M.D.; Captain, MC; Assistant Division Psychiatrist.  Submitted report on Jan. 8, 1971 re: examination of Greg Michell.
Landen Janice Carolyn "Janie" Miss

AKA: Mrs. Carolyn Terry.  Last name also misspelled as Lander and Landon.  In 1970, was a telephone operator at Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Company, Fayetteville, N.C.  Call from Jeffrey MacDonald on the morning of Feb. 17, 1970 was received by operator Carolyn Goldman and was subsequently transferred to Landen.
Landers Ann Ms. Ann Landers, a.k.a. Eppie Lederer, 1961 and 1983
Ann Landers, a.k.a. Eppie Lederer, 1961 and 1983


Pen name created by Chicago Sun-Times advice columnist Ruth Crowley in 1943 and taken over by Eppie Lederer in 1955.  The "Ask Ann Landers" syndicated column was a regular feature in many American newspapers for 56 years.  Eppie Lederer was born Esther Pauline Lederer (née Friedman) on July 4, 1918 and died on June 22, 2002.  Her twin sister, Abigail Van Buren, also gave advice in many newspapers in her "Dear Abby" column.
Landreth Ted Mr.

Produced the 1989 television documentary False Witness, about the MacDonald murders.
Lane Julian Mr.

Associated with 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, ca. June 1981.
Lane Noah Bryant Mr.

AKA: Bryant Lane.  Husband of Norma Lane.  Gave affidavits re: alleged confession of Greg Mitchell.
Lane Norma Darwin Mrs.

Wife of Bryant Lane.
Lanszack (phonetic) John Mr.

SGT.  Alleged by Shelby Don Harris to have been his military roommate.
Lara Patricio P. Mr.

M.D.; Clinical Director, North Carolina Department of Mental Health; Dorthea Dix Hospital, Raleigh, N.C.  Signed Helena Stoeckley's medical record.
Laris Michael Mr.

Authored "Stringing Together the Clues of DNA: Fairfax Lab Solves World's Mysteries" (Washington Post, Sept. 12, 2008).
Larkin Daniel T. Mr.

LTC, MPC; Commanding, Dept. of the Army Headquarters, 11th Military Police Group, Ft. Bragg, N.C., circa Oct. 1970.
Larkin John Mr.

Relative of Jeffrey MacDonald's.  Allegedly left New York State Police Dept. in approximately April 1969; reason unknown.
Larkins John Davis Jr. Mr. John D. Larkins, Jr.
John D. Larkins, Jr.


June 8, 1909 - Feb. 16, 1990.  Conciliation Commissioner in Bankruptcy for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina (1930).  U.S. Senator (D-North Carolina) from 1936 to 1954.  Confirmed Aug. 21, 1961 as a federal judge for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina.  Assumed senior status on June 8, 1979, and served in that capacity until his death.
Larsen Carol Ms.

AKA: Penny Wells (alias used by Joe McGinniss in Fatal Vision,) and Carol May Hunter.  First name also appears spelled as Carole; last name also appears spelled as Larson.  Former resident of Patchogue, NY.  Moved to California after the MacDonald murders.  Circa 1972, was a resident of Long Beach, CA.  One of MacDonald's girlfriends with whom he had an extra-marital affair; MacDonald attempted to woo her on the night before his marriage to Colette, and on the day after his daughter Kimberley was born.
Larsen Charles Mr.

Father of Carol Larsen.
Larsen Fred Mr.

Associated with FBI Special Projects Section, ca. 1974.  Also appears on 1979 trial witness list.
Lash (illegible) James Franklin Mr.

No description available.  Signature appears on Greg Mitchell's army records.
Lastella John Mr.

Per Donald Owen Mills, Greg Mitchell formed a company with Lastella and Coy Poff, known as World Satellite Company, ca. 1981-1982.
Lautenberg Frank Raleigh Mr. Frank Lautenberg
Frank Lautenberg


Jan. 23, 1924 - June 3, 2013.  U.S. Senator from New Jersey (1982-2001 and 2003-2013).
Lawrence Seymour Mr.

Feb. 11, 1927 - Jan. 4, 1994.  Independent book publisher in New York City and Boston for almost 30 years.
Lawson Edward Sr. Charles Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Leahy Patrick Joseph Mr. Patrick Leahy
Patrick Leahy


Born March 31, 1940.  Senior U.S. Senator from Vermont, in office since 1975.
Lear Norman Milton Mr. Norman Lear: Jan. 17, 2008
Norman Lear: Jan. 17, 2008


Born July 27, 1922.  American television writer and producer.  As a political activist, he founded the advocacy organization People For the American Way in 1981 and has supported First Amendment rights and progressive causes.
Leary Timothy Francis Mr. Timothy Leary (1989)
Timothy Leary (1989)


Oct. 22, 1920 - May 31, 1996.  American psychologist and writer known for advocating psychedelic drugs.
Leda Leda and the Swan, a 16th-century copy by Peter Paul Rubens, after a lost printing by Michelangelo (National Gallery, London)
Leda and the Swan, a 16th-century copy by Peter Paul Rubens, after a lost printing by Michelangelo (National Gallery, London)


Name also misspelled as Lena and Lida.  Leda and the Swan is a story and subject in art from Greek mythology in which the god Zeus, in the form of a swan, seduces, or rapes, Leda.

Leda appears in an article published in the March 1970 issue of Esquire magazine, from which it is believed Jeffrey MacDonald obtained details for his story that "intruders" committed the murders of his wife and children.
"Leda Amun Ra" Ms.

AKA: "Princess Leda."  Southern California resident (ca. 1969); described by others as being a witch.
Ledford Vance Mr.

Husband of Violet Ledford.  Alleged by Betty Jane Bishop to have been her neighbor, ca. 1969.
Ledford Violet Mrs.

Wife of Vance Ledford and mother of Greg Mitchell.  Alleged by Betty Jane Bishop to have been her neighbor, ca. 1969.
Lee Henry Chang-Yu Mr. Dr. Henry Lee
Dr. Henry Lee


Born Nov. 22, 1938.  Chinese-born American forensic scientist.  Chief Emeritus for Scientific Services for the State of Connecticut.
Lee Joseph Mr.

See also "New York Four."  Male Caucasian; New York resident.
Lee Rex Edwin Mr. Rex E. Lee
Rex E. Lee


Feb. 27, 1935 - March 11, 1996.  Constitutional lawyer, law clerk for former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Byron White, and the 37th U.S. Solicitor General under the Reagan administration (Aug. 1981 - June 1985).
Lee Sam Mr. Sam Lee (Photo: BBC documentary "False Witness" [1989])
Sam Lee
Photo: BBC documentary False Witness (1989)


In 1988, provided information re: Bryant Lane and statements made by Greg Mitchell ca. 1979-1980.
Leffingwell John Francis Mr.

Alleged by Fred Bost to have been a military policeman at Ft. Bragg, N.C. in 1970, and an inmate in Sampson County Prison, N.C., ca. 1979.
Legat William Edward Mr.

CPT and psychiatrist.  Acquainted with Jeffrey MacDonald for a six-week period (July-Aug. 1969) at Ft. Sam Houston, TX.
Leibman James S. Mr.

See Liebman, James S.
Lemberger Phil Mr.

Born ca. 1936.  Former CID Agent who worked with P. E. Beasley, Rudy Studer, William Ivory, and others, ca. 1970.  In 1990, alleged that Ivory had interviwed Helena Stoeckley shortly after the MacDonald murders, and taken her to a "safehouse."
LeMien Wilhelmina Ms.

Mother of Dorothy MacDonald.
Lennhoff John Mr.

Tested fibers from Mexico City wig which had been given to Lucia Bartoli by Jaume Ribas.
Lennon Daniel A. Mr.

In 1970, was an Army Colonel and Staff Judge Advocate, XVIII Airborne Corps and Ft. Bragg, N.C.
Lennon William Herbert Mr. William Lennon
William Lennon


April 20, 1915 - Aug. 12, 1969.  Father of singing group, the Lennon Sisters.  Shot and killed in the parking lot of the Venice Golf Course in Marina Del Rey, California, where he worked.  His assailant was a delusional stalker who believed that he was actually married to Lennon's daughter Peggy.  [Source: findagrave.com]
Leon

SSG.  Administrative NCO for Col. Warren Rock, ca. 1970.
Leon Carol Ms.

Alleged by Jeffrey MacDonald to have been a friend of his in Long Island, NY.
Leon Harold Mr.

Alleged by Jeffrey MacDonald to have been a friend of his in Long Island, NY.
Leonard J. Rich Mr. J. Rich Leonard
J. Rich Leonard


Born circa 1949.  Wrongly referred to by Jeffrey MacDonald (2015) as Jerry Leonard.  Former law clerk for Judge Franklin Dupree (Sept. 1976 through Aug. 1978).  Magistrate, Clerk of Court, Eastern District of North Carolina (July 1979 - 1992) and Magistrate Judge (1981).  In 1992, began serving as U.S. Bankruptcy Judge for the Eastern District of North Carolina.  Government witness at Sept. 2012 evidentiary hearing.
Leonard Jerry Wayne Mr.

Former law clerk to Judge Franklin Dupree (ca. 1971-1972).  Helena Stoeckley's attorney in 1979.  Defense witness at Sept. 2012 evidentiary hearing.
Leonard Susan M. Ms.

Notary Public, New Hanover County, N.C.
Leson Joel L. Mr. Joel L. Leson
Joel L. Leson


Colonel.  Served in the military from 1965 to 1991.  Project Officer (Commanding Officer), USA Criminal Investigation Laboratory, Ft. Gordon, N.C. (May 13, 1969 - Aug. 24, 1970).  Recognized in the U.S. Army Criminal Command's CID Hall of Fame in 2003.
Letzler Kenneth A. Mr.

Attorney; counsel for Jeffrey MacDonald.
Levine Ronald S.

Notary Public (circa 1996).
Lewis Jim Mr.

Apparently author of newspaper article.
Lewis Linda Ms.

Associated with "Glam-Oranam" Cleaners, Fayetteville, N.C.  Gave statement to Raymond Couch re: Helena Stoeckley, Judge Dupree and others.
Liebman James S. Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Leibman.  With Randy Hertz, authored Federal Habeas Corpus Practice and Procedure.
Li'l Abner Li'l Abner
Li'l Abner


Satirical American comic strip featuring a fictional clan of hillbillies in the impoverished mountain village of Dogpatch, KY.  Written and drawn by Al Capp (1909-1979), the strip ran for 43 years, from Aug. 13, 1934 through Nov. 13, 1977.
Limburger

Described by Bernard Segal on July 14, 1979 as a colonel.  Described by Segal on July 27, 1979 as a CID agent.
"Linda"

See Stoeckley, Helena Worlie.  Possible alias of Helena Stoeckley; described by Jane Zillioux as person who told Zillioux she was involved in the MacDonald murders.
Linda

Assistant to investigator and polygraph examiner Robert Brisentine.
Lindell Chuck Mr.

Authored "Morton Freed From Life Term" (Austin American Statesman, Oct. 5, 2011), re: the 1987 wrongful conviction of Michael Morton.
Lindley Joe Mr.

On Feb. 17, 1970, was employed by Womack Army Hospital, Ft. Bragg, N.C. and may have taken the intitial call from the Provost Marshal's Office (PMO) to send ambulances to 544 Castle Drive.
Lindsey-Smith Jennifer Ms. Jennifer Lindsey-Smith
Jennifer Lindsey-Smith


Head of the FBI's DNA Analysis Unit, ca. 1995.
Linkletter Diane Ms. Diane Linkletter
Diane Linkletter


Oct. 31, 1948 - Oct. 4, 1969.  Daughter and youngest child of American media personality Art Linkletter and his wife Lois Foerster.  Committed suicide at the age of 20 in West Hollywood, California.
Linton George E. Mr.

Ph.D.  Author of The Modern Textile Dictionary, re: saran and other fibers.
Lipsitz Laura A. Ms.

Lawyer; practiced in Florida.  Also Assistant State Attorney for the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida.  Created list of some of the contradictions and statements of Jeffrey MacDonald for use by prosecutors at MacDonald's 1979 criminal trial.
Lipskin Beth M. Ms. Beth Lipskin, Nov. 17, 2007 (Photo: Jerilee Bennett, The Gazette)
Beth Lipskin, Nov. 17, 2007
Photo: Jerilee Bennett, The Gazette


Nov. 17, 1952 - Nov. 20, 2007.  Executive Director, American Academy of Forensic Science, Colorado Springs, CO, ca. 1988.
Lisenba Raymond L. Mr.

AKA: Robert S. James.  Plaintiff in Lisenba v. California, 314 U.S. 219 (1941), a case in which the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the death penalty where the defendant was held for over 24 hours, slapped and deprived of sleep and food, after which a confession was made.  Defendant argued that the confession was coerced.  [Source: Wikipedia]
Little Charles E. Jr. Mr.

FBI.
Littlejohn

Interviewed ca. Feb. 1971 regarding relationship with Neil Keith Braswell.
Lloyd Gloria Ms.

Last name also appears misspelled as Loyd.  AKA: Gloria Lloyd Meolla.  In 1963, was a divorced woman who worked for Building Ventures, Inc., Montack, Long Island, NY.  Rumored by Carol Anderson to have had a brief affair with Jeffrey MacDonald in the summer of 1964, following his first year of marriage.
Lloyd Judy Ms.

Deputy Clerk, Cumberland County District Court Records Division, Fayetteville, North Carolina.
Loane IV

Per Bernard Segal, was Lt. Col. and Chief of Personnel Claims Division, Dept. of the Army.
Locard Edmund Mr. Edmund Locard
Edmund Locard


Dec. 13, 1877 - May 4, 1966.  Pioneer in forensic science; became known as the Sherlock Holmes of France.  Formulated the basic principle of forensic science, "Every contact leaves a trace," which became known as Locard's exchange principle, sometimes referred to as the Transfer Theory of Locard.
Locklear Lizzie Mrs.

Mother of Jan Snyder (Jan Locklear; Jan Ault).
Locklear Lucius Mr.

Father of Jan Snyder (Jan Locklear; Jan Ault).
Loewy

No description available.
Loftus Elizabeth F. Ms. Elizabeth F. Loftus, 2011
Elizabeth F. Loftus, 2011


Born in 1944 as Elizabeth Fishman.  American cognitive psychologist and expert on human memory.  In 2002, she was ranked 58th in the Review of General Psychology's list of the 100 most influential psychological researchers of the 20th century, and was the highest ranked woman on the list.

Jeffrey MacDonald's lawyers claimed that her statements about "retrograde amnesia" comprised post-trial newly-discovered evidence.
Lombardo Mildred Ms.

Notary Public, New York, ca. 1991.
Long Island Four

See New York Four.
Long Marge Ms.

Neighbor of Kathryn MacDonald's, ca. 2015, who allowed use of fax machine for filing case document(s).
Lonky Martin L. Mr.

Doctor; Research Analysis Office, Dept. of the Army, U.S. Army Land Warfare Laboratory, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.  Conducted tests on the coffee table found overturned in the living room of 544 Castle Drive and determined the degree of improbability of the table coming to rest on its edge with magazines stacked beneath the edge as found on the morning of the murders on Feb. 17, 1970.
Lonny

Described in Esquire magazine article as "a Bible salesman whom one meets Sunday morning on the Strip..."
Lopez Juan Mr.

Psychiatrist who treated Cathy Perry in Jacksonville, Florida, circa 1983.
Lord Sterling Mr. Sterling Lord (Photo: sll.com/agents.aspx)
Sterling Lord
Photo: sll.com/agents.aspx


Born ca. 1921.  American literary agent whose clients include Joe McGinniss, author of Fatal Vision.
Loth

Detective with Suffolk County Police Dept., NY, ca. 1970.
Lothspeich James Curtis "Jim" Mr. Jim Lothspeich
Jim Lothspeich


May 15, 1928 - Feb. 25, 2015.  Resident of Fayetteville, N.C.  FBI special agent for 25 years, retiring in 1980.
Lovasco Eugene Sr. Mr.

Defendant in U.S. v. Lovasco, 431 U.S. 783 (1977), in which the U.S. Supreme Court held that the Court of Appeals for the Eight Circuit erred in affirming the District Court's order dismissing the indictment for the Government's delay in obtaining the indictment, in violation of the Sixth and Fourteenth U.S. Constitutional amendments.
Lowenstein Allard Kenneth Mr. Allard Lowenstein
Allard Lowenstein


Jan. 16, 1929 - March 14, 1980.  First name also misspelled as Allen.  Antiwar and civil rights activist; Congressman (D-NY) from 1969 until 1971.

In 1970, Lowenstine became a believer in MacDonald's cause and arranged for Bob Schieffer of CBS to interview him.  In 1971, MacDonald failed to keep an appointment with Lowenstein, and did not contact him again until 1973.  Lowenstein did not return MacDonald's call, telling Freddy Kassab that "As I looked further into this and discovered things...I decided that I would simply get out of it entirely."
Lucas Rose A. Ms.

Notary Public, Wake County, NC, ca. 1984.
Lucero Carlos F. Mr. Carlos F. Lucero
Carlos F. Lucero


Born Nov. 23, 1940.  Judge for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit; joined the court in 1995.
Lundgren Fred Mr.

Ca. 1979, was associated with ATF.  Appears on 1979 trial witness list.
Lupo Joseph Mr.

Wrote discharge summary Sept. 29, 1970 re: diagnosis of Greg Mitchell.
Lutz Monty Cling Mr.

In 1970, was an Army Chief Warrant Officer and firearms examiner.  On June 2, 2011, Lonky attended a banquet for the Association of Firearm and Tool Mark Examiners (AFTF) as a past president of AFTF (1975-1976).
Lysaght Brian C. Mr. Brian C. Lysaght
Brian C. Lysaght


Attorney and partner in law firm O'Neill & Lysaght, ca. 1986.


MacDonald Buddy Mr.

Last name also appears (apparently misspelled) as McDonald.  Male Caucasian.  Per Laura Smith (AKA: Jane Neuman; Laura Jane Riddle Smith), Buddy MacDonald was described by Neiil Keith Braswell as having participated in the MacDonald murders.
MacDonald Colette Katherine Mrs. Colette MacDonald: Sep. 14, 1963 (left) and ca. 1968
Colette MacDonald: Sep. 14, 1963 (left) and ca. 1968


May 10, 1943 - Feb. 17, 1970.  Née: Stevenson.  Married Jeffrey MacDonald Sept. 14, 1963; was murdered by him on Feb. 17, 1970.  More
MacDonald Dorothy M. "Perry" Mrs. Dorothy MacDonald: (l-r) 1970 and ca. 1991
Dorothy MacDonald: (l-r) 1970 and ca. 1991


June 9, 1919 - Feb. 10, 1991. Née Lemien.  Mother of Jeffrey MacDonald, daughter of Wilhelmina LeMien and James Perry, and wife of Joseph Arthur Robert Pierre "Mac" MacDonald.
MacDonald Herbert L. Mr.

Edited Flight Characteristics and Stain Patterns of Human Blood, by John Thornton.
MacDonald Howard Hughes Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
MacDonald James Barthold "Jay" Mr. Jay MacDonald, ca. 1991
Jay MacDonald, ca. 1991


Jeffrey MacDonald's older brother.
MacDonald Jeffrey Robert Mr. Jeffrey MacDonald: (top, l-r) 1961, 1970; (bottom, l-r) 1979, 2007
Jeffrey MacDonald: (top, l-r) 1961, 1970; (bottom, l-r) 1979, 2007


Born Oct. 12, 1943.  Convicted in August 1979 of the Feb. 17, 1970 murders of his then-wife, Colette, and his two daughters, Kimberley and Kristen.  Married Kathryn Kurichh Aug. 30, 2002.  More
MacDonald Jerry Wayne Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
MacDonald Joseph Arthur Robert Pierre "Mac" Mr.

Aug. 23, 1916 - March 5, 1966.  Husband of Dorothy MacDonald and father of James (Jay), Judy and Jeffrey MacDonald.
MacDonald Judith Marguerite Ms. Judy MacDonald
Judy MacDonald


Died June 26, 2011.  AKA Judy Alvey (née: MacDonald).  Sister of James (Jay) and Jeffrey MacDonald.
MacDonald Kathryn A. Mrs. Kathryn MacDonald, June 2005 (Jeffrey MacDonald in background)
Kathryn MacDonald, June 2005 (Jeffrey MacDonald in background)


Née Kurichh.  Married convicted triple murderer Jeffrey MacDonald on Aug. 30, 2002.
MacDonald Kimberley Kathryn Miss Kimberley MacDonald: (top, l-r) ca. Spring 1964 and ca. 1966; (bottom, l-r) ca. 1968 and 1969
Kimberley MacDonald: (top, l-r) ca. Spring 1964 and ca. 1966; (bottom, l-r) ca. 1968 and 1969


April 18, 1964 - Feb. 17, 1970.  First name also appears misspelled as Kimberly.  Daughter of Colette and Jeffrey MacDonald; murdered by Jeffrey MacDonald on Feb. 17, 1970.  More
MacDonald Kristen Jean Miss Kristen MacDonald: (l-r) 1967, 1968 and 1969
Kristen MacDonald: (l-r) 1967, 1968 and 1969


May 8, 1967 - Feb. 17, 1970.  First name also appears misspelled as Christine.  Daughter of Colette and Jeffrey MacDonald; murdered by Jeffrey MacDonald on Feb. 17, 1970.  More
MacDonald Richard M. Mr.

Last name also shown spelled as McDonald.  Psychiatrist; Major; military doctor who may have consulted with James Earl Friar, but didn't treat him.  Friar claimed to have called Jeffrey MacDonald's residence on the night of Feb.16-17, 1970, but was actually trying to call Dr. Richard MacDonald.
MacDonnell Herbert Leon Mr. Herbert L. MacDonnell
Herbert L. MacDonnell


Born in 1928.  Forensic scientist; Analytical Research Chemist at Corning Glass Works, Corning, NY.  Established the Laboratory of Forensic Science in Corning, NY in 1972.  Inventor of the MAGNA Brush used worldwide in fingerprint collecting.  Founder of the Institute on the Physical Significance of Human Bloodstain Evidence and the International Association of Bloodstain Pattern Analysis.

In Dec. 2012, it was reported that New York police claimed that MacDonnell, then 84, possessed inappropriate pictures of an 11-year-old girl.  Another victim surfaced after McDonnell was arrested, and he was subsequently charged with forcible touching, exposure of person, second-degree harassment, endangering the welfare of a child, and second-degree sexual abuse.  In July 2013, he pleaded guilty to reduced charges in order to avoid a trial.  He was sentenced to three years probabion, payment of fines, and orders of protection were issued for both victims.
MacDougal Mr.

Per Ted Gunderson, MacDougal may be last name.  Per Gunderson, MacDougal was a doctor who lived behind the Jeffrey MacDonald residence.
MacFarlane Michael D. Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
MacIvor Michael Mr.

Resident of Florida who was murdered in August 1991.  Thomas Overton was convicted of the crime.
MacIvor Susan Mrs.

Resident of Florida who was murdered in August 1991.  Thomas Overton was convicted of the crime.
Mack James L. Mr. Dr. James L. Mack
Dr. James L. Mack


Clinical psychologist specializing in forensic psychology and problems associated with neurological deficits.  Assistant Professor Emeritus, Psychiatry, CWRU School of Medicine.  Conducted examination of Jeffrey MacDonald for Dr. Robert Sadoff, ca. April 1970.
MacKenzie

Private who was tried by general court-martial at Ft. Lewis, Washington, on March 29, 1974.
MacKenzie John Ashton Mr.

Sept. 17, 1917 - Jan. 1, 2010.  Judge for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, receiving commission Aug. 25, 1967.  Chief Judge (1979-1985).  Assumed senior status Nov. 30, 1985, and served in that capacity until retirement on Jan. 30, 1998.  Reference in the MacDonald case is to U.S. v. Frazier, 394 F.2d 258, 262 (4th Cir. 1968).
Madden Raymond, Jr. "Butch" Mr. Raymond (Butch) Madden, 1979 (left), and in later years
Raymond (Butch) Madden, 1979 (left), and in later years


Aug. 8, 1942 - Oct. 26, 2012.  In 1984, was an FBI Special Agent assigned to the Raleigh Resident Agency in Charlotte, N.C.  Retired from the FBI after a 37-year career.  Government witness at Sept. 2012 evidentiary hearing.
"Mad Dog"

Alleged by Helena Stoeckley to be black male intruder.
Madison Catherine Ms.

Mother of Mildred Kassab and Helen Madison.
Madison Helen Ms.

Mildred Kassab's sister.
Madrid Ruth J. Ms.

Notary Public, San Bernardino County, California, circa 1991.
Mahon Mary Mrs.

Wife of CID investigator Richard Mahon.
Mahon Richard J. "Dick" Mr. Richard Mahon, 1971 and 1979
Richard Mahon, 1971 and 1979


See also Mahoney; may be same person.  Last name also appears misspelled as Mahone.  CID Criminal Investigator.
Mahoney Mr.

See also Mahon, Richard; may be same person.  Per Prince Beasley, Detective Andy Brock told him that a detective named Mr. Mahoney had visited the apartment of Helena Stoeckley shortly after her death.
Maki Leonard John Mr.

SP4.  Out-patient at Womack Army Hospital who found Jeffrey MacDonald's stolen wallet on the ground outside the hospital at about 1:30 p.m. on Feb. 17, 1970.
Malcolm Janet Ms. Janet Malcolm (Photo: The New Yorker)
Janet Malcolm
Photo: The New Yorker


Born 1934.  Author of The Journalist and the Murderer (1990), which explored the relationship between author Joe McGinniss and Jeffrey MacDonald.
Malden Karl Mr. Karl Malden, 1950s
Karl Malden, 1950s


March 22, 1912 - July 1, 2009.  Born Mladen George Sekulovich.  Serbian American actor who played Freddy Kassab in the Fatal Vision mini-series which aired Nov. 18 and 19, 1984.
Malley Michael J. Mr. Michael Malley (Photo: BBC documentary "False Witness" [1989])
Michael Malley
Photo: BBC documentary False Witness (1989)


See also Malloy; may be same person.  Friend of Jeffrey MacDonald's.  Attorney admitted to practice in Arizona and the District of Columbia.  Represented MacDonald from the onset of the case during the 1970 Article 32 hearing through the end of the 1982 appellate process.
Mallory Brenda Ms.

Per Shelby Don Harris, Mallory was once a girlfriend of his.
Mallow Archie Mr.

See Malloy, Archie.
Malloy

See also Malley, Michael; may be same person.  In a Nov. 8, 2011 order, Judge Fox refers to "Mr. Malloy" as having made "some kind of appearance on MacDonald's behalf since he was indicted in 1975."
Malloy Archie Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Mallow.  Baker at Dunkin' Donuts, ca. Feb. 17, 1970.
Malone Michael P. Mr. Michael Malone
Michael Malone


FBI Special Agent.  Senior examiner of the Hairs and Fibers Unit (HFU) of the FBI Laboratory in Washington, D.C.
Maness Earline G.

Notary Public, ca. 1982.
Manion James Mr.

Anesthesiologist at St. Mary's Hospital, Long Beach, California, from 1973-1979.  Acquaintance of Jeffrey MacDonald.
Mansfield Walter Roe Mr.

July 1, 1911 - Jan. 8, 1987.  Judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (May 20, 1971 - July 2, 1981).  Assumed senior status in 1981 but continued to hear cases until his death.
Manson Charles Milles Mr. Charles Manson: (top, l-r) ca. 1946 and 1969; (bottom, l-r) March 2009 and June 2011
Charles Manson: (top, l-r) ca. 1946 and 1969; (bottom, l-r) March 2009 and June 2011


Born Nov. 12, 1934.  American criminal, musician, and leader of what became known as the Manson Family, a quasi-commune that arose in California in the late 1960s.  Convicted in 1971 of conspiracy to commit the murders of Sharon Tate and Leno and Rosemary LaBianca, carried out by members of the group at his instruction.
Manson Paul Mrs.

Circa 1970, was the wife of Dr. Paul Manson and was acquainted with the MacDonald family at Northwestern University from 1964 to 1968.
Manson Paul Velas Mr. Paul V. Manson
Paul V. Manson


Middle initial also appears wrongly as N.  In 1979, was a plastic surgeon at John Hopkins, acting in that capacity since 1976.  Friend of Jeffrey MacDonald's who testified as a characer witness during the 1970 Article 32 hearing and at MacDonald's 1979 criminal trial.
Maraynes Allan Mr. Allan Maraynes (Photo: NBC)
Allan Maraynes
Photo: NBC


Senior Investigative Producer for Dateline NBC.  Previously spent 14 years at CBS News, ten of them as a producer at 60 Minutes.  Appearently was also associated with ABC News show 20/20 in 1991.
Marchetti

Per Bernard Segal (1970), he was "advised that the government has already assigned two other counsels; I believe Captain Marchetti and another counsel to assist the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina."
Margolin Ephraim Mr. Ephraim Margolin (Photo: The Law Offices of Ephraim Margolin)
Ephraim Margolin
Photo: The Law Offices of Ephraim Margolin


First name also appears misspelled as Efriam, Efraim, and Ephriam.  Yale Law School graduate and criminal defense attorney.  Admitted to the California State Bar (1962), the U.S. Federal Court (1962), the U.S. Supreme Court (1970) and the U.S. Tax Court (1989).  Chairman, Amicus Curiae Committee, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
"Marie"

Per William Ivory (1970), Helena Stoeckley said "Marie" was a girl with whom she lived.
Mark Herman Francis Mr. Herman Francis Mark, 1986 (Photo: James J. Bohning. CHF Collections)
Herman Francis Mark, 1986
Photo: James J. Bohning. CHF Collections


May 3, 1895 - April 6, 1992.  Vienna-born professor, doctor and chemist who was a leader in research on polymer, giant long-chain molecules used in the manufacture of plastics and other materials.  In Brooklyn, N.Y., he was dean emeritus of Polytechnic University; moved to Texas in 1990.
Markham John J. E. II Mr.

Attorney associated with Jeffrey MacDonald's defense, assumed ca. 1991-1998.
Markstein Lynne Ms.

First name also misspelled as Lynn.  Claimed to have met Helena Stoeckley in the X-ray waiting room at Wake Memorial Hospital in Raleigh, N.C. on Aug. 20, 1979.
Markwith Randi Dee Ms. Randi Markwith and Jeffrey MacDonald, 1982
Randi Markwith and Jeffrey MacDonald, 1982


Per Joe McGinniss, in 1982 was a 20-year-old student at Long Beach State University in California, and a volunteer at St. Mary's Hospital.  Described in a New York Times article ("Ruling Restoring Conviction Ends Ex-Army Doctor's New Life," pub. April 5, 1982) as being 25 years old in 1982.  One of Jeffrey MacDonald's many girlfriends; per MacDonald, she was "the first person I've felt great with since Colette."  They became engaged in March 1982, but Markwith later broke off the engagement.
Maroney Kevin T. Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Moroney.  Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Criminal Division, ca. 1974.
Marshall

Reference is to State v. Cicely, 13 Smedes and Marshall, 292 (1894).
Marshall Thomas K. Mr. Thomas K. Marshall

Pathologist from Ireland.  Wrote scientific paper about how to determine times of death.
Marshall Thurgood Mr. Thurgood Marshall
Thurgood Marshall


July 2, 1908 - Jan. 24, 1993.  Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court from Oct. 1967 until Oct. 1991.  He was the Court's 96th justice and its first African-American justice.
Martin

Martin may be first or last name.  Per Raymond Couch, Albert Davenport requested that Martin accompany him into the Seneca Gardens apartment where Helena Stoeckley was found deceased on Jan. 9, 1983, but Martin did not do so.
Martin

Associated with Vickie Freese, John Benton and Denise Grove circa 1969-1971.
Marva

Clerk during 1987 MacDonald vs. McGinniss civil trial.
Marvin Lee Mr. Lee Marvin, 1970
Lee Marvin, 1970


Feb. 19, 1924 - Aug. 29, 1987.  American film actor known for his gravelly voice, white hair and 6 ft. 2 in. stature.  Appeared on the cover of the March 1970 issue of Esquire magazine from which it is believed Jeffrey MacDonald obtained details for his story of "intruders."
"Mary" Ms.

Per Helena Stoeckley, "Mary" was an acquaintance.
"Mary" Ms.

Described as "Caucasian female, San Antonio, TX."  One of the women with whom Jeffrey MacDonald had a relationship while on temporary duty in San Antonio in the summer of 1969.
Massey James Fred Mr.

AKA: Fred Massey.  Assistant Chief of Police at the Walhalla Police Department.
Masson Jeffrey Moussaieff Mr. Jeffrey Masson
Jeffrey Masson


Born March 28, 1941 as Jeffrey Lloyd Masson.  American author.  Best known for his conclusions about Sigmund Freud and psychoanalysis.  Sued author Janet Malcolm in 1984 for libel, a case ultimately decided in Malcolm's favor in November 1994.
Matsumoto Kenneth K. Mr.

E-1; 15th PSYOP Unit.
Matthews

Assumed to be author of Matthews Textile Fibers.
Matthews

See also Besant-Mathews, Patrick; may be same person.  Doctor.
Matthews/Mathews Linda Grace Mrs.

AKA: Bonnie Wood (alias used by McGinniss in Fatal Vision).  Last name shown both as Matthews and Mathews.  Had sex with Jeffrey MacDonald "as frequently as possible" while he was under guard in the BOQ.
Mauersberger Herbert R. Mr.

Edited Matthews' Textile Fibers (re: saran and other fibers).
Mauney Margaret "Maggie" Ms.

Last name also appears misspelled as Mouney.  Acquaintance of and friendly with Helena Stoeckley.
Mavalt Clyde Mr.

No description available.
May-Parker Jennifer Prescod Ms.

Born 1964.  Chief of the Appellate Division of the U.S. Attorney's Office in the Eastern District of North Carolina.  Forner nominee for first African-American judge for the Eastern District of North Carolina, but failed to get a hearing due to the inexplicable withholding by Sen. Richard Burr of the "blue slip" indication of approval.
Mayers Daniel K. Mr.

With Fletcher L. Yarbrough, co-authored Bix Vexari: New Trials and Successive Prosecutions, 74 Harv. L. Rev. 1, 32 (1960).
Mazerolle Allen Patrick Mr.

Born Oct. 24, 1949.  See also "Big Al"; may be same person.  First name also appears misspelled as Alan.  Last name also appears misspelled as Mazzerolle, Mazerole, Mazzarole, and Mazorelle.  Named by defense as a member of the "Stoeckley group," despite the fact that Mazerolle was in jail when the MacDonald murders were committed.
McAllister David Haze Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
McCaffey Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as McCafferty and MacAfree.  Photographer for Dept. of Pathology; took autopsy photos of Colette, Kimberley and Kristen MacDonald.
McChorter (illegible) Mr.

No description available.
McCloskey James C. Mr.

Associated with Centurion Ministries, Inc., ca. 1996.
McConnell

Received USACIL report, May 3, 1970.
McCord James Walter Jr. Mr. James McCord (Photo: Gjon Mili/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images [cropped])
James McCord
Photo: Gjon Mili/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images (cropped)


Born July 26, 1924.  Electronic surveillance expert and former CIA officer.  With four other accomplices, was arrested during the second break-in to the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate complex on June 17, 1972.
McCormick Thomas "Tom" Mr.

Alleged by Barbara Daw to have been possible name of one of the men who visited Mary Hardin when Hardin lived with Daw.
McCoy Mr.

Involved in so-called "hair incident" when the CID forcibly took hair sample from Jeffrey MacDonald.
McCoy (assumed) Charlie Mr.

Alleged by Donald Buffkin to have been the owner of the Hull Bar, frequented by Buffkin, Bryant Lane, Donald Mills and Greg Mitchell.
McCracken/McCrackken

Last name appears spelled both as McCracken and McCrackken.  Army Major and doctor who referred Helena Stoeckley for hospital admission, circa April 1970.
McCree Wade Hampton Jr. Mr. Wade H. McCree
Wade H. McCree


July 3, 1920 - Aug. 30, 1987.  First African-American judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and the second African-American Solicitor General in the history of the U.S.  Joined the faculty of the University of Michigan Law School after leaving government service in 1981, and taught there until the time of his death.
McCrone Walter C. Mr. Dr. Walter C. McCrone (Photo: McCrone Research Institute)
Dr. Walter C. McCrone
Photo: McCrone Research Institute


1916-2002.  Head of McCrone Associates, a research laboratory in Chicago, Illinois.  Founder of the McCrone Research Institute, which states that he "is often referred to as the Father of Modern Microscopy because his work revolutionized the use of, and understanding of, the light microscope for materials analysis."
McDaniel Robyn H.

Notary Public, Wake County, N.C., ca. 1991.
McDaniels Eddie Mr.

Last name also appears spelled as McDaniel.  Per Betty Jane Bishop, was a friend of Greg Mitchell.  Accompanied Jackie Don Wolverton when Wolverton deposited laundry bags (minus marijuana) on Betty Garcia's front porch.  McDaniels also claimed that Cathy Perry tried to stab him.  Represented by James Nance, Jr.
McDermott Mr.

No description available.
McDonald Howard E. Mr.

Had association with Neil Braswell, ca. 1970.  Described Braswell as being a drug abuser and a pathological liar.
McDonald Ozzie H. Mr.

E-6; 1st PSYOP Unit.
McDonald Richard M. Mr.

See MacDonald, Richard M.
McFadyen Mr.

Assumed to be owner of McFadyen's Plumbing, Greensboro, N.C., ca. Feb. 1970, where Neil Keith Braswell was employed during the period Feb. 13-18, 1970.
McGann Robert Charles Mr. Robert C. McGann, M.D. (Photo: Estero Urgent Care)
Robert C. McGann, M.D.
Photo: Estero Urgent Care


Medical doctor; board-certified in general surgery.  Character witness for Jeffrey MacDonald at the 1970 Article 32 hearing and at MacDonald's 1979 criminal trial.
McGinniss Joseph R. Sr. "Joe" Mr. Joe McGinniss, 1979 and Sept. 2010 (Photo on right [cropped]: AP, Dan Joling file)
Joe McGinniss, 1979 and Sept. 2010

Photo on right (cropped): AP, Dan Joling file


Dec. 9, 1942 - March 10, 2014.  Last name also appears misspelled as McGuinness.  Author of Fatal Vision, about Jeffrey MacDonald and the murders of Colette, Kimberley and Kristen MacDonald.  In 1984, MacDonald sued McGinniss over the publication of the book.  In 1987, the trial resulted in a hung jury, and McGinniss's publisher's insurance company subsequently settled out of court for $325,000.  Government witness at Sept. 2012 evidentiary hearing.  More
McGinniss Nancy Doherty Mrs. Nancy Doherty McGinniss
Nancy Doherty McGinniss


Née: Doherty.  Wife of author Joe McGinniss.
McGowan John Mr.

Captain; neighbor of Janet Snyder, ca. 1970.  Husband of Judy McGowan.
McGowan Judy Mrs.

Neighbor of Janet Snyder, ca. 1970.  Wife of John McGowan.
McGrady Jacquelyn E. Ms.

Notary Public, Martinez, CA, ca. 1991.
McLean Allen R. Mr.

Jeffrey MacDonald's Supervisory Probation Officer, Office of Federal Probation, Long Beach, CA, ca. 1981-1982.
McMann Howard Mr.

Resident of Salem, S.C., ca. 1982.  Assumed to be husband of Sara McMann.
McMann Sara Mrs.

First name also appears misspelled as Sarah.  Last name also appears misspelled as MacMann and McCann.  Assumed to be wife of Howard McMann.  Invited Helena Stoeckley to live with her and her husband from Oct. 1982 to Dec. 1982.  Had custody of David Davis (son of Ernest Davis and Helena Stoeckley Davis) while Ernest Davis was in jail.  With her husband, became the legal guardian of David Davis after the death of Helena Stoeckley in Jan. 1983.  Defense witness at Sept. 2012 evidentiary hearing.
McMeekin Robert R. Mr.

Colonel and medical doctor.  Chief of the Division of Aerospace Pathology at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology.  Director of AFIP (1983-1987).
McNair Nancy Ms.

Picked up defense exhibits Nov. 14, 1984.
McNally Thomas B. Mr.

FBI Special Agent.  With FBI agent Raymond "Butch" Madden, interviewed P. E. Beasley on Nov. 18, 1981.
McNamara John M. Mr.

Long Island, N.Y. car dealer and philanthropist.  Indicted in 1973 on a Federal extortion charge which was eventually dropped.  On Sept. 10, 1992, The New York Times reported that McNamara "admitted yesterday that he had bilked General Motors in a $6 billion loan scheme...McNamara, 53 years old, pleaded guilty to fraud in Federal District Court in Brooklyn."  Convicted in 1992, McNamara took a plea deal which had the result of reducing a potential maximum sentence of $800 million in fines and 20 years in jail to a 5-year jail term.

On March 10, 1993, Jeffrey MacDonald authored a document titled "The Fall From Grace of MacDonald Prosecutors," in which he described McNamara as the brother of U.S. Attorney Thomas P. McNamara (Raleigh, N.C.) and referred to John McNamara's 1992 indictment.
McNamara Thomas P. Mr.

U.S. Attorney, Eastern District of North Carolina (1972-1976).  In June 1973, submitted memo describing the strengths and weaknesses of the government's case against Jeffrey MacDonald, and gave recommendations regarding presenting the case to a Grand Jury if a criminal indictment was sought.
McNeill David Jr. Mr. David McNeill Jr.
David McNeill Jr.


LTC and Deputy Staff Judge Advocate for the XVIII Airborne Corps and Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. 1984.
McPherson Robert "Bob" Mr.

With Paul Raines, was an escort officer for Jeffrey MacDonald in May, 1970, when MacDonald was confied to Bachelor Officers Quarters (BOQ).  Also accompanied MacDonald and one of MacDonald's female friends on a double date during that period.
McWright Cornelius Glen Mr.

Aug. 3, 1929 - Jan. 17, 2006.  Middle name also appears misspelled as Glenn.  Joined the FBI in 1955 as a special agent handling criminal and national security investigations.  Later transferred to the FBI laboratory, where he became a specialist in forensic sciences, scientific intelligence and nuclear, biological and chemical weapons.
Means Brian R. Mr.

Author of Postconviction Remedies (2011 Edition; issued August 2011).
Medearis Miller

First name partially illegible; may be Miller.  Secretary-Treasurer, California Board of Medical Quality Assurance (ca. 1983).
Medlin Hilyard Orvis Mr.

Master Sgt. E-8, and fingerprint examiner, U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory, Ft. Gordon, GA (1963 - June 1971).  With Ralph Turbyfill, dusted for prints at 544 Castle Dr., Ft. Bragg, N.C., accompanied by photographer Harold Page.  Testified that a bloody footprint in Type A blood (same type as Colette MacDonald) on the floor of the bedroom of Kristen MacDonald was made by Jeffrey MacDonald.
Meehan Dennis C. Mr.

Deputy U.S. Marshal, Eastern District of North Carolina (1978-2001).  With his then-wife, Janice, transported Helena Stoeckley from Pickering County Jail in Pickering, S.C. to the Wake County Jail, Raleigh, N.C. on Aug. 15, 1979.  Government witness at Sept. 2012 evidentiary hearing.
Meehan Janice K. Mrs.

With her then-husband, Dennis, transported Helena Stoeckley from the Pickering County Jail in Pickering, S.C. to the Wake County Jail, Raleigh, N.C. on Aug. 15, 1979.  Government witness at Sept. 2012 evidentiary hearing.
Meehan Kirk P. Mr.

Administered oaths re: CID witness statements, ca. 1970.
Meese Edwin III "Ed" Mr. Edwin Meese (Photo: Heritage Foundation)
Edwin Meese
Photo: Heritage Foundation


Born Dec. 2, 1931.  Served as 75th Attorney General of the U.S. (1985-1988), a position from which he resigned while serving in office under investigation from a special prosecutor.
Mejia Mr.

Alleged by Lucia Bartoli to have been Director General of Proveedora Mexicana de Monofilamentos, a Mexican fiber manufacturing company, ca. Oct. 1993. whom she contacted while researching saran wigs.
Meler Kathy Ann Ms.

FBI Agent, ca. 1979.
Mellon Jennifer N. Ms.

Authored Note, "Manufacturing Convictions: Why Defendants are Entitled to the Data Underlying Forensic DNA Kits," 51 Duke L.J. (2001).
Melton Terry W. Ms. Terry Melton
Terry Melton


President and CEO of Mitotyping Technologies, a private ASCLD/LAB-accredited laboratory in State College, PA, that specializes in performing mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) analyses for law enforcement agencies, attorneys, and private individuals.  Offered as an expert witness in DNA by Jeffrey MacDonald's defense.
Melvin J. E. Mr.

Per P. E. Beasley, was an army captain who called him on Feb. 17, 1970 to relay information regarding the MacDonald murders and descriptions of alleged intruders.
Mercer Roger Mr. Roger Mercer (Photo: fayobserver.com [cropped])
Roger Mercer
Photo: fayobserver.com (cropped)


Born 1946.  Reporter with Fayetteville Times.  Interviewed Ted Gunderson ca. Feb. 24, 1983.
Mero Scott Mr.

Polygraph examiner who examined Helena Stoeckley Oct. 25-26, 1980.  Stoeckley refers to him only as "Scott," and claimed he tested her three times.  Per Stoeckley, Mero was the son of the owner of a detective agency.
Metcalf Audria L. Mr.

CID Agent, New York Field Office, First Region, USACIDC, Brooklyn, NY.
Meyer Merle

With Richard H. Rahe, Michael Smith, George Kjaer and Thomas H. Holmes, co-authored "Social Stress and Illness Onset," 8 Journal of Psychosomatic Research 35 (1964).
Meyers John Dolan Mr.

See Myers, John Dolan.
Meymandi Assad Mr. Dr. Assad Meymandi
Dr. Assad Meymandi


First name also appears misspelled as Asad.  Last name also appears misspelled as Muymandi.  M.D., psychiatrist and neurologist, Raleigh, N.C.  Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry at UNC, Chapel Hill, N.C.  Treated Maggie Mauney, ca. 1967 and 1971.
Mica Kenneth C. Mr. Kenneth Mica, ca. 1970
Kenneth Mica, ca. 1970


Army MP; SP4 (ca. 1970).  Second MP to enter the crime scene on Feb. 17, 1970 (after Richard Tevere).  Gave Jeffrey MacDonald mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.  Also claimed to have seen a woman matching the description Jeffrey MacDonald had given of the female intruder, and said the woman was standing alone on a street corner while he and his partner, Dennis Morris, were on the way to 544 Castle Dr.
Michael Deborah Carol Ms.

Notary Public, Commonwealth of Virginia, ca. 2010.
Michael Martin Blane Mr. Martin Blane Michael
Martin Blane Michael


Feb. 17, 1943 - March 25, 2011.  Circuit Judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit (Oct. 1, 1993 - March 25, 2011).
Michaud Louise Therese Ms.

CW2; Apprentice Examiner of Questioned Documents, ca. 1972.
Michelle

Associated with Cay Associates of Northern Virginia, ca. 1988.
Middlebrooks Mr.

Defendant in State v. Middlebrooks, No. P13-529 (North Carolina, 2013).
Miedema Mr.

Locksmith from Directorate of Engineering and Housing, Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. 1984.
Mike

Assistant to R. J. Warren (4th Circuit), per Jeffrey MacDonald.
Miles J. Hart Jr. Mr. Hart Miles
Hart Miles


Per Jeffrey MacDonald, Miles was hired in Dec. 2005 as defense attorney.  Per the Government, Miles represented MacDonald since 2006.  Worked with co-counsel Joe Zeszotarski.  Filed motion to withdraw as counsel on Sept. 30, 2011.
Milford Robert A. Mr.

Convicted in 1991 of homicide, attempted murder, arson, armed robbery, grand theft auto and other grand thefts.  Michael Malone, who examined evidence in the Jeffrey MacDonald case, testified at the Milford trial.
Mill Wale (illegible)

Employer of Greg Mitchell's, ca. 1967.
Miller

See also Miller, Margaret; may be same person.  Described by Greg Mitchell as a doctor he knew at Ft. Bragg, N.C.
Miller Mr.

In late January 1971, was described as a former fellow employee of Neil Keith Braswell.
Miller Arthur Raphael Mr. Arthur R. Miller (Photo: David Shankbone [cropped])
Arthur R. Miller
Photo: David Shankbone (cropped)


Leading scholar in the field of American civil procedure and University Professor at New York University.  Co-author of the 54-volume treatise Federal Practice and Procedure with Charles Alan Wright and Kenneth W. Graham, Jr., among others.
Miller Barbara L. Ms.

Attorney, Dept. of Justice, Raleigh, N.C.
Miller David Lee Mr. David Lee Miller (Photo: FOX News)
David Lee Miller
Photo: FOX News


Producer and reporter at WNYW-TV's (FOX 5) "A Current Affair," circa 1990.
Miller Janet Ms.

Maryland resident and friend of Mary Carol Butner, ca. Feb. 1970.  Presumed to be the wife of Miles Miller.
Miller Kendra Ms.

Notary Public, Los Angeles County, CA, ca. 1991.
Miller Margaret Y. Ms.

See also Miller (doctor); may or may not be same person.  Shown as "investigating officer" on Greg Mitchell's army medical records.
Miller Miles Mr.

Maryland resident and acquaintance of Mary Carol Butner, ca. Feb. 1970.  Presumed to be the husband of Janet Miller.
Miller Toni Ms.

Née may be Rose.  Secretary at the Sheraton Motel in San Antonio, TX, in the summer of 1969, who had a relationship with Jeffrey MacDonald.
Mills Donald Owen Mr.

First name also shown spelled as Ron; assumed to be typographical error.  Antique dealer (1984) and resident of Charlotte, N.C.  Formed a business with Greg Mitchell known as Mills-Mitchell Corporation (also known as M & M Electric), ca. 1980.
Mills Frank Mr.

FBI Sepcial Agent, Greenville, S.C. (1962-1990).  Arrested Helena Stoeckely Aug. 14, 1979 on a material witness warrant, and took her to the Pickens County Jail,  Government witness at Sept. 2012 evidentiary hearing.
Mills Ron Mr.

See Mills, Donald Owen.
Milne James Whitton "Jim" Jr. Mr.

Ca. 1945 - Sept. 16, 2008.  Middle name also appears misppelled as Whitten.  In 2008 was the husband of Sandra Ellis Milne and father to James "Whitt" Milne III.  Claimed that on the night of Feb. 16-17, 1970 he saw people in white sheets and carrying candles in the vicinity of his home near 544 Castle Drive, Ft. Bragg, N.C.
Milne James Whitton Mrs.

Wife of James Milne, Jr., ca. 1970.  No first or middle name found in case documents; may be Sandra Ellis Milne (wife at the time of his death in 2008).
Milne John H. (assumed) Mr.

Younger brother of James Whitton Milne, Jr.  Attorney in Richmond, VA, ca. 1979.
Milone Suzanne B. Ms.

Assistant Clerk, Superior Court of Wake County, N.C., ca. 1993.
Minix Thomas Ernest Mr. Thomas E. Minix
Thomas E. Minix


June 2, 1932 - March 19, 2015.  Colonel; U.S. Army.  Adjutant General in the 101st Airborne Division (1970-1971).
Mitchell Gary Mr.

Named by defense as a member of the "Stoeckley group."  Not to be confused with Greg Mitchell, another so-called Stoeckly group member.
Mitchell Gregory Howard "Greg" Mr. Greg Mitchell, ca. 1967
Greg Mitchell, ca. 1967


July 6, 1950 - June 3, 1982.  See also "Dave."  Helena Stoeckley's boyfriend, ca. 1970.  Married Pat Mitchell in Jan. 1972.  Named by defense as a member of the "Stoeckley group."
Mitchell Howard Gray Mr.

Greg Mitchell's father.
Mitchell John Newton Mr. John Mitchell
John Mitchell


Sept. 15, 1913 - Nov. 9, 1988.  67th U.S. Attorney General (Jan. 21, 1969 - March 1, 1972).
Mitchell Patricia "Pat" Mrs.

Wife of Greg Mitchell.  Later became Patricia Dennis.
Mitchell Susan Ms.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Mitchell Violet Mrs.

Née Rivenbark.  Greg Mitchell's mother.
M'Naghten Daniel Mr. Daniel M'Naghten
Daniel M'Naghten


1813-1865.  Last name pronounced, and sometimes spelled, McNaughtan or McNaughton.  Scottish woodturner who assassinated English civil servant Edward Drummond while suffering from paranoid delusions.  Through his trial and its aftermath, he has given his name to the legal test of criminal insanity in England and other common law jurisdictions known as the M'Naghten Rules.
Moffett John Christian Mr.

Born June 10, 1959.  Attorney and partner at the law firm of Moffett & Junkin (2003-2007).  Sole practitioner (2007-2012).  Per Jeffrey MacDonald, was hired by Kathryn MacDonald in 2004 as part of MacDonald's defense team.  Associate Judge in the Sixth District Court of Maryland since Sept. 6, 2012.
Mol Gretchen Ms. Gretchen Mol, June 2009
Gretchen Mol, June 2009


Born Nov. 8, 1972.  American actress and former model.
Monger

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, was a Colonel who talked to Ron Harrison regarding a fight in which one of Harrison's associates had participated.
Montagne Arthur R. Mr.

See also "Art" may be same person.  E-2; D, SFTG (1969); described as "dope fiend."
Montague Bert Mr.

Court clerk, ca. 1992.
Montaser Akbar

With Mary W. Tungol and Edward G. Barnck, authored Analysis of Single Polymer Fibers by Fourier Transform Infrared Microspectrophotometry: The Results of Case Studies.
Moody, John C. Mr.

E-1; 1st PSYOP Unit.
Moore James Frank Mr.

CPT and Major.  Per Jeffrey MacDonald, was one of his best friends.
Moore James Ronald Mr.

Arrested by FBI agents on June 20, 1972 and later convicted of knowingly receiving a stolen motor vehicle.  Reference in the Jeffrey MacDonald case is to U.S. v. Moore, 48 F.2d 1284 (1973) and Moore v. Arizona, 414 U.S. 25 (1973).
Moore James William Mr.

Authored Moore's Federal Practice.
Moore Michael E. Mr.

Attorney, U.S. Dept. of Justice, ca. 1977.
Moore Rebecca J. Ms.

Daughter of Major James Moore and friend of Kimberley MacDonald.
Moore Regina Joyce Ms.

Assumed to be the wife of Major James Moore and friend of Jeffrey and Colette MacDonald.
Moore Robert Lowell "Robin" Jr. Mr. Robin Moore
Robin Moore


Oct. 31, 1925 - Feb. 21, 2008.  American writer.  Co-wrote "The Ballad of the Green Berets," sung by Barry Sadler.  Lyrics to the song were used in Joe McGinniss's book Fatal Vision.
Moorhead Carlos John Mr. Carlos Moorhead
Carlos Moorhead


May 5, 1922 - Nov. 23, 2011.  Last name also appears misspelled as Moorehead.  Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from California's 20th district (1973-1975), the 22nd district (1975-1993), and the 27th district (1993-1997).
Moot John Mr.

Associated with National Hair Technologies, Inc.
Moran William J. Mr.

FBI Special Agent, N.C., ca. 1982.  Interviwed Shelby Don Harris.
Morelli, Joseph J. Mr.

E-2; 15th PSYOP Unit.
Morgan

Described as having provided affidavit used as defense exhibit in 1975.
Morgan Donald W. Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Horton.  Psychiatrist at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC (ca. 1970).  Submitted joint Report of Psychiatric Evaluation (with Dr. Bruce H. Bailey and Dr. Henry E. Edwards, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC), regarding their examination of Jeffrey MacDonald during the period Aug. 17, 1970 - Sept. 4, 1970.
Morgan George Donald Jr. Mr.

With Molly Morgan, acted as surety on bail bond for MacDonald by posting their home "in place of Dr. and Mrs. John R. Page..."
Morgan Molly Sue Ms.

With George Morgan, acted as surety on bail bond for MacDonald by posting their home "in place of Dr. and Mrs. John R. Page..."
Morgan Robert Dale Mr. Robert Dale Morgan
Robert Dale Morgan


May 27, 1912 - May 29, 2002.  U.S. Federal judge in Illinois (1967-2002).  Chief judge for the U.S. District Court for the Central District of Illinois (1979-1982).  Cited by Judge Franklin Dupree as involved in a recusal case not directly related to the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Morgan Sherridale Mr. Sherridale Morgan
Sherridale Morgan


1934 - Sept. 17, 2009.  Ft. Bragg Boxing team coach for eight years; head coach from 1972-1974.  Retired from the Army in 1976.  Inducted into the Carolina Boxing Hall of Fame (2001) and the Greater Flint African-American Hall of Fame (2003).
Moritz Alan Mr.

Doctor, ca. 1972, to whom Peter Kearns sent questions re: the MacDonald case.
Morrell James Francis Mr.

Husband of Jean Morrell.
Morrell Jean "Jeannie" Modelle Mrs.

Last name also appears misspelled as Morrel.  Witness at the 1970 Article 32 hearing.
Morris Beatrice S. Ms.

Notary Public, NJ, ca. 1984.
Morris Dennis Ronald Mr.

Wrongly referred to by Jeffrey MacDonald in 1974 as Marse.  PFC.  MP Kenneth Mica's patrol partner.  Present at initial entrance to the crime scene at 544 Castle Drive on the morning of Feb. 17, 1970.
Morris Errol Mark Mr. Errol Morris, 2008<BR>Photo: Bridget Laudien
Errol Morris, 2008 (Photo: Bridget Laudien)


Born Feb. 5, 1948.  American film director and author of A Wilderness of Error: The Trial of Jeffrey MacDonald.
Morrison James E. Mr.

Notary Public, Alameda County, CA, ca. 2005.
Morse Carol Mrs.

Married Everett Morse May 1, 1976.
Morse Everett Mr.

Lived across the street from Greg Mitchell (1972-1974) and was a co-worker of Mitchell's.  Husband of Carol Morse.  Gave affidavit re: Mitchell's alleged confession.
Morton Charles B. Mr.

Middle initial appears in online records as V.  Institute of Forensic Sciences Oakland CA.  1979 defense witness in the area of fabric impressions and comparisons and analysis, friction ridge impressions and forensic photography.
Morton Christine Mrs. Christine Morton and son Eric, ca. 1986 (Photo: Eric Olson [cropped])
Christine Morton and son Eric, ca. 1986
Photo: Eric Olson (cropped)


Murdered in 1986.  Wife of Michael Morton.
Morton Michael Mr. Michael Morton (Photo: Austin-American-Statesman)
Michael Morton
Photo: Austin-American-Statesman


Wrongfully convicted in 1987 in a Williams County, Texas court of the 1986 murder of his wife, Christine Morton.  Exonerated by DNA evidence after spending almost 25 years in prison.
Moschella Emil P. Mr.

Chief, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Section; Records Management Division, FBI, ca. 1990.
Moser

CW3, ca. 1970.
"Moses"

Alleged by Gary Mitchell and Keith Bowen to have been a black man who wore an Army jacket with sergeant stripes and who was part of the "Stoeckley group."
Moss John Emerson Mr. John Moss
John Moss


April 13, 1915 - Dec. 5, 1997.  Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1953-1979), and once held the chair for the Foreign Operations and Government Information Subcommittee of the House Government Operations Committee.  Known for his championing of the federal Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
Motz Diana Jane Gribbon Ms. Diana Gribbon Motz
Diana Gribbon Motz


Born July 15, 1943.  Judge, Court of Special Appeals, 6th Appellate Circuit (1991-1994).  Federal Judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit since June 16, 1994.  Member of the Advisory Committee on Appellate Rules, U.S. Judicial Conference.
Mueller Robert Swan III Mr. Robert Mueller
Robert Mueller


Born Aug. 7, 1944.  Assistant U.S. Attorney, District of Massachusetts (1982).  Acting Deputy Attorney General of the U.S. Dept. of Justice for several months before becoming the FBI Director (Sept. 4, 2001 - Sept. 4, 2013).
Mulderig Gerald J. Mr.

Postmaster, Medford Long Island, NY, ca. 1972.  Provided information re: Carol Larsen and her father, Charles.
Mulgeahy (phonetic) Mr.

Post-duty chaplain at Ft. Bragg, N.C. in 1970.  Performed last rites for Colette, Kimberley and Kristen MacDonald.
Mulligan Robert Mr. Robert Mulligan, 1991, on the set of "The Man in the Moon"
Robert Mulligan, 1991, on the set of "The Man in the Moon"


Aug. 23, 1925 - Dec. 20, 2008.  American film and television director best known as the director of humanistic American dramas, including To Kill A Mockingbird (1962), Summer of '42 (1971), The Other (1972), Same Time, Next Year (1978) and The Man in the Moon (1991).
Mulligan Robert Mr.

Commissioner For Taking Affidavits In And For The Province of British Columbia, Canada, ca. 1984.
Mullney

Detective; Suffolk County Police Dept., NY, ca. 1970.
Multrie Algenon

No description available.
Mumma Christine C. Ms. Christine Mumma
Christine Mumma


Executive Director, North Carolina Center on Actual Innocence.  Attorney for Jeffrey MacDonald; filed notice of appearance on Sept. 20, 2011.
Muncey Carolyn Mrs.

Murdered July 13, 1985.  Wife of Hubert Muncey.
Muncey Hubert Mr.

Husband of Carolyn Muncey, who was murdered July 13, 1985.  Thought by some to have committed the crime, for which Paul Gregory House was wrongfully convicted in 1986.
Murdock Marjorie Ms.

Character witness for Jeffrey MacDonald.
Murga Kimberly B. Ms. Kimberly Murga
Kimberly Murga


Forensic investigator.  In 1998 began work at the Armed Forces DNA laboratory in Rockville, MD.  At the time of the completion of the DNA testing in the Jeffrey MacDonald case (March 10, 2006), was Assistant Technical Leader of the Nucleear DNA Section of the Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory.
Murnaghan Francis Dominic Jr. Mr. Francis D. Murnaghan, Jr. (Photo: The Francis D. Murnaghan, Jr. Appellate Advocacy Fellowship)
Francis D. Murnaghan, Jr.
Photo: The Francis D. Murnaghan, Jr. Appellate Advocacy Fellowship


June 20, 1920 - Aug. 31, 2000.  Federal judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, receiving his commission on July 13, 1979 and serving in that capacity until his death.  Described by some as being "universally regarded as one of the most influential judges in the history of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit."
Murphy Mrs.

Per Grant Bosburgh, may be name of Debra Harmon's mother.
Murphy John J. Mr.

Paralegal for attorney Harvey Silverglate, ca. 1990.
Murphy Paul Mr.

Per Grant Bosburgh, was stepfather of Debra Harmon.
Murphy Robert M. Mr.

FBI Special Agent; Director of FBI, Charlotte, N.C. Division Field Office, ca. 1970.
Murray Donald M. Mr. Donald M. Murray
Donald M. Murray


FBI Special Agent (1954-1979).  Director of the North Carolina Alcohol Law Enforcement (ca. 1979-1992).  The Cyprus of Raleigh Club reports that he became a member of that club in February, 2013.  Present when photographs of Jeffrey MacDonald were taken Aug. 14, 1974.  Also held the key for the jail cell in which evidence was kept.
Murray Peter C. Mr.

FBI Special Agent, ca. 1999.
Murtagh Brian Michael Mr. Brian Murtagh, 1979 and Sept. 2012 (Photo on right: blackburnseminars.com [cropped])
Brian Murtagh, 1979 and Sept. 2012
Photo on right: blackburnseminars.com (cropped)


CPT; Staff Judge Advocate Office, USACIDC.  U.S. Dept. of Justice attorney.  Co-prosecutor with James Blackburn in the 1979 MacDonald murder trial.  (Note: Due to space considerations, not all links to documents in which he appears are shown.)  More
Musgrave Walter Edmund Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Mutt and Jeff Mutt and Jeff
Mutt and Jeff


Newspaper comic strip created by cartoonist Bud Fisher in 1907.  Commonly regarded as the first daily comic strip.
Myers John Dolan Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Meyers.  Private investigator.


Nance James R. Jr. Mr. James R. Nance, Jr. (Photo: Lewis, Deese and Nance LLP)
James R. Nance, Jr.
Photo: Lewis, Deese and Nance LLP


Born May 26, 1940.  Attorney in Fayetteville, N.C.  Hired in 1970 to represent Jeffrey MacDonald and his legal counsels during the Article 32 hearing.  Also became Betty Garcia's attorney.
Nancy

See also Nancy D. Joyner and Nancy C. Taylor; may be same person.  One of many people about whom Cathy Perry was questioned.
Napue Henry Mr.

Petitioner in Napue v. Illinois, 360 U.S. 264 (1959), a U.S. Supreme Court case that held that the 14th Amendment due process clause bars prosecutors from knowingly presenting false testimony and obligates them to correct such testimony when it occurs.
Neal William Paul Mr.

In 1970, was an Army Captain and Professional Officer of the Day at Womack Army Hospital, Ft. Bragg, N.C.  Interned at Doctors Hospital in Columbis, Ohio and received a Doctorate of Osteopathy degree.  Arrived at 544 Castle Dr., Ft. Bragg, N.C. on the morning of Feb. 17, 1970 to examine the bodies of Colette, Kimberley and Kristen MacDonald.  Testified at Jeffrey MacDonald's 1970 Article 32 hearing.
Neeley Joe Mr.

U.S. Marshal, Greenville, S.C., ca. 1979.  Advised that Helena Stoeckley had been transported from Pickens County Jail to Raleigh, N.C. on Aug. 15, 1979.
Neil

Alleged by Vickie Freese to have been a man she knew in Fayetteville, N.C. in 1971 who may have been a member of the Military Police, but was not with the CID, and who was called to 544 Castle Drive to "investigate" the MacDonald murders.
Neil Bob Mr.

Per Ted Gunderson, alleged by Allison Semmes to be a blood, hair and/or fiber expert, formerly associated with the FBI.
Nelson Bjarne

Per James Paulsen, was one of his close friends in 1970.
Nelson Robin

Notary Public, Maricopa County, AZ, ca. 1984.
Nemky Carol Ms.

See Buffkin (Nemky), Carol.
Nemrow Abraham Mr.

Ca. 1975, was Acting Clerk of Court, U.S. Army Judiciary, Office of the Judge Advocate General, and custodian of records of trial by general courts-martial.
Nephthys

Member of the Great Ennead of Heliopolis in Egyptian mythology.
Nesbitt Lisa D. Ms.

Deputy Clerk, U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, ca. 2009.
Neufeld Peter J. Mr. Peter Neufeld (Photo: Business Wire)
Peter Neufeld
Photo: Business Wire


With Barry Scheck, co-founded the Innocence Project in 1992.
Neuman Laura Jane Riddle Smith Ms.

Last name also appears spelled as Neumann.  AKA: Laura Smith, Jane Newman (née Neuman or Neumann).  Described as former acquaintance of Neil Keith Braswell.  In late January 1971, was described as his former wife.  Claimed she was with Braswell at about 8:30 p.m. or 9:30 p.m. on Feb. 16, 1970, and saw him next about 4:30 p.m. on Feb. 17, 1970, in Greensboro.  Stated that in her opnion, Braswell was a pathological liar.
Neville Philip Mr.

Nov. 5, 1909 - Feb. 13, 1974.  U.S. federal judge on the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota (July 31, 1967 - Feb. 13, 1974).
Newdigger Virginia Ms.

In 1982, was the manager of the Seneca Garden Apartments where Helena Stoeckley lived.
Newhart Mr.

Alleged by Bryant Lane to have been an FBI Agent.
Newman Barry Mr. Barry Newman
Barry Newman


Born Nov. 7, 1938.  Actor who played Bernie Segal in the Fatal Vision mini-series which aired nationwide on Nov. 18 and 19, 1984.
Newman Elwood "Spider" Mr.

Died Sept. 19, 1973.  Per P. E. Beasley, named by Helena Stoeckley (ca. 1970) as an associate of Ike Atkinson, and involved in smuggling of drugs in body cavities of deceased soldiers.  Committed suicide at his home on Sept. 19, 1973 during jury deliberations in his trial re: drug sales.  Unaware of his death, the jurors returned a verdict of guilty.
Newman Michael Douglas Mr.

Senior Clinical Technician, Womack Army Hospital, Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. 1970.  Examined Jeffrey MacDonald on Feb. 17, 1970.  Discarded MacDonald's pajama bottoms before they could be examined as evidence.
Newman "Red" Mr.

Per P. E. Beasley, alleged by Helena Stoeckley (ca. 1970) to be the son of Elwood "Spider"Newman, an associate of Ike Atkinson, and involved in smuggling of drugs in body cavities of deceased soldiers.
New York Four

AKA: Long Island Four.  Consisted of Kenneth Barnett, Annette Burnette (née Cullity), Gary Burnett, and Joseph Lee.  Jeffrey MacDonald had met this group while visiting his brother Jay in Long Island, and it is believed he used descriptions of them when describing the "intruders" whom he claimed had murdered his family.
Nichols Alan Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Nicol.  Professor; revised and edited textbook entitled Techniques of Crime Scene Investigation by Dr. Svensson and Dr. Wendell.
Niemeyer Paul Victor Mr. Paul V. Niemeyer
Paul V. Niemeyer


Born April 5, 1941.  Judge on the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland (1988 -1990).  Judge for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, receiving commission Aug. 7, 1990.  In 1993, became a member of the Advisory Committee on Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, serving as chair of the committee from 1996 through 2000.
Nimmich Kenneth Mr.

Former Chief of the Scientific Analysis Section Laboratory Divison; FBI.
Nin Anaïs Ms. Anais Nin
Anaïs Nin


Feb. 21, 1903 - Jan. 14, 1977.  Born Angela Anaïs Juana Antolina Rosa Edelmira Nin y Culmell.  Author born to Cuban parents in France, where she was also raised.
Nix Benny Mr.

Allegedly associated with Helena Stoeckley when she lived in the Nicholas Trailer Park, Seneca, S.C.
Nixon Richard Milhous Mr. Richard Nixon
Richard Nixon


Jan. 9, 1913 - April 22, 1994.  37th President of the United States, serving from Jan. 20, 1969 to Aug. 9, 1974, when he became the only president to resign the office.
Noguchi Thomas Tsunetomi Mr. Thomas Noguchi
Thomas Noguchi


Born Jan. 4, 1927.  Former Chief Medical Examiner-Coroner for the County of Los Angeles (1967-1982).  Known as the "coroner to the stars."  Did not examine the bodies of Colette, Kimberley or Kristen MacDonald, but included the MacDonald case in his book Coroner at Large.
Norman Vicki Sue Ms.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Novarro Ramón Mr. Ramon Novarro
Ramón Novarro


Feb. 6, 1899 - Oct. 30, 1968.  Born Jose Ramón Gil Samaniego.  Last name also appears misspelled as Navarro.  Mexican-American film, stage and television actor who began his career in silent films in 1917.
Novinsky Sophia A. Ms.

FOIA technician, U.S. Dept. of Justice.
Nuchereno John Robert Mr.

PV2 and ambulance driver for Womack Army Hospital, Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. 1970.  On Feb. 17, 1970, was instructed to send two ambulances to the Jeffrey MacDonald residence at 544 Castle Drive, and was in the ambulance with MacDonald when MacDonald was taken to the hospital.
Nydee Tina Ms.

Associated with Creative Artists, ca. 1983.


Oakley Ellen T. Ms.

Court reporter, ca. 1984.
Oberhaus A. Edward Jr. Mr.

Senior Vice President, Kaneka Corp.  Gave statements regarding the use of synthetic fibers in wigs and hairpieces.
O'Brian Blaine Mr.

1931 - Aug. 10, 2002.  Last name also appears spelled as O'Brien.  Deputy Sheriff of Cumberland County, N.C. and a member of the Narcotics Squad, ca. 1970.  Claimed to have heard two police radio reports from P. E. Beasley to the Fayetteville, N.C. police dispatcher (Faddis Davis) on Feb. 18, 1970 re; Beasley's custody of Helena Stoeckley and others who were possibly involved in the MacDonald murders.
O'Bryant

CID investigator, ca. 1970.  With James King, talked to Roy Daw re: phone calls Daw claimed to have received in the fall of 1969.
Ochoa Christopher Mr. Christopher Ochoa
Christopher Ochoa


Convicted in 1989 of the 1988 murder of Nancy DePriest.  His co-defendant, Richard Danziger, was convicted of rape.  Ochoa was exonerated by DNA testing on Feb. 6, 2002.
Ochoa Pedro Jr. Mr.

SFC, USA; NCOIC, Claims.  Conducted and recorded complete inventory of 544 Castle Drive on June 1, 1984.  On June 7, 1984, witnessed the burning of all items listed on the inventory.
O'Connell John T. Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as O'Connel.  Investigator.  Associate of Ray Shedlick.  Per Jeffrey MacDonald, MacDonald hired O'Connell in 1982.
O'Connell Maxine S. Ms.

Grand Juror; Deputy Foreman.
O'Connor Sandra Day Ms. Sandra Day O'Connor
Sandra Day O'Connor


Born March 26, 1930.  Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1981-2006).  First woman to be appointed to the Court.
O'Connor William V. Mr.

FBI Special Agent, ca. 1982.
Ogg Joseph Willard "Joe" Mr. Joe Ogg
Joe Ogg


Oct. 21, 1936 - June 23, 2011.  Police Officer in Nashville, TN for over 42 years.  Was on duty at a safehouse at 1905 Portland Ave., where photographs of footprints, palm prints and fingerprints were taken on April 21, 1971 by Frank Toledo, for the purpose of investigating Helena Stoeckley.
Ogle Robert R. Jr. Mr.

Forensic Consultant, ca. 1979, referred to by John Thornton.
O'Hara Charles E. Mr.

Co-authored book with James Osterburg.
Ojida Carolyn Ms.

Created log of Jeffrey MacDonald's June 1979 hypnosis session.
Oliver Ann Ms.

Bookkeeper and office manager with law firm Tharrington, Smith and Hargrove, Raleigh, N.C., ca. 1980.
Olsen Bernhard III Mr.

Surveying Officer; Dept. of the Army, ca. Dec. 1971.
Olsen Robert D. Sr. Mr.

May 15, 1934 - Feb. 23, 1989.  CID Latent Fingerprint Examiner, ca. 1975; advanced to Special Agent in Charge of the Latent Fingerprint Division with the US Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory (USACIL) in Fort Gordon, GA.  Best known for revising Walter Scott's 1951 book Fingerprint Mechanics, (pub. 1978, titled Scott's Fingerprint Mechanics), referred to as the "granddaddy" of textbooks on fingerprints.  Retired from the Army Crime Lab in 1978 and worked with the Kansas Bureau of Investigation until his death.
Olsten Cheryl Miss

No description available.
O'Neal (illegible) Donald R. Mr.

PFC E-3.  Middle initial uncertain; last name not completely legible.
O'Neill Brian Mr. Brian O'Neill
Brian O'Neill


Last name also appears misspelled as O'Neil.  Attorney representing Jeffrey MacDonald (1982-1986).
Oppenheimer

Indicted Feb. 25, 1914 for conspiracy to conceal assets in bankruptcy proceedings.  U.S. v. Oppenheimer, 242 U.S. 85 (1916) was a landmark Supreme Court decision applying the common law concept of res judicata (literally: the thing is decided) to criminal law cases.
O'Quinn

Described as having provided affidavit used as defense exhibit in 1975.
Orfield Lester B. Mr.

Professor who served as a member of the Advisory Committee on Rules of Criminal Procedure.
Orr Raymond P. Mr.

CW2.  CID Investigator, ca. 1970.
Orr Robert "Bob" Mr.

Ca. 1970, was employed by the Circus Lounge in Fayetteville, N.C., and associated with fellow employee Janice Fowler.
Ortiz

Per Edwin Casper, named as possible neighbor, ca. 1970.
Osiris

Egyptian god, usually identified as the god of the afterlife, the underworld, and the dead, but more appropriately as the god of transition, resurrection, and regeneration.
Ossman Julian J. Mr.

Lieutenant and attorney; administrative assistant to Clifford Somers during MacDonald's 1970 Article 32 hearing, but took no active part in that proceeding.
Osterburg James William Mr.

Jan. 27, 1917 - Nov. 23, 2012.  Professor at the University of Illinois Chicago Circle and former New York Police Dept. crime scene technician.  Testified for the defense at Jeffrey MacDonald's 1979 criminal trial as an expert in the area of fingerprints, crime scene investigation and preservation and general criminalistic matters.  In 2010 was awarded the Paul L. Kirk Award, the highest award conferred by the Criminalistics Section of the American Academy of Forensic Science.
Otto John Mr.

Executive Assistant to FBI Director Judge William H. Webster, ca. 1982.
Oumano Robert Mr.

President of Franco-American Novelty Company, ca. 1996, who confirmed the use of saran in wigs made for human use.
Overby Elizabeth Ms.

Court reporter, ca. 1975.
Overton Thomas Mr. Thomas Overton
Thomas Overton


"Cat burglar" in Florida who was convicted of the August 1991 murders of Michael and Susan MacIvor.
Owens Jim Mr.

Per William Posey at the 1970 Article 32 hearing, "Jim" was "Helen's" [sic; Helena Stoeckley's] boyfriend and drove a 1964 or 1965 yellow Plymouth.


Paarmann L. Dean Mr.

FBI Special Agent (retired).  Interviewed Kenneth Edwards Feb. 18, 1970.
Page Mr.

Unidentified; mentioned only by Woerheide during Mahon's grand jury testimony (Nov. 21, 1974): "Mr. Page and Mr. Benton say they'd like to spend a little time with me over the lunch hour."
Page Bernadette R. Ms.

With husband John R. Page, apparently gave deed of trust (Central District of California), in the amount of $16,000.00 re: MacDonald's arrest.
Page Harold Victor "Hal" Mr.

CW2; USACIL photographer, Ft. Gordon, Georgia, ca. 1970.  Third and last photographer to photograph the crime scene on Feb. 17, 1970 (after James Alexander and Hugh Squires).  Also took photographs of fingerprints processed by Hilyard Medlin.  Was a pipe-smoker, and the most likely contributor of the burnt match found on the floor of Kristen MacDonald's bedroom.
Page John R. Mr.

With wife Bernadette R. Page, apparently gave deed of trust (Central District of California), in the amount of $16,000.00 re: MacDonald's arrest.
Palmer William Murley Mr.

Appeared as pro bono counsel for Jeffrey MacDonald on Feb. 9, 2015, regarding MacDonald's appeal to the 4th Circuit opened Oct. 22, 2014.
Pappas William Mr.

Law clerk for Judge Franklin Dupree during the 1979 MacDonald trial.
Parent Steven Earl Mr. Steven Earl Parent
Steven Earl Parent


Feb. 12, 1951 - Aug. 9, 1969.  Manson Family murder victim.
Paris Bryant D. "Pete" Jr. Mr. Bryant D. Paris, Jr.
Bryant D. Paris, Jr.


Executive Secretary and Executive Director of the North Carolina Board of Medical Examiners (1973-1997).  In 1982, corresponded with Freddy Kassab re: Jeffrey MacDonald's North Carolina medical license.
Park Vernon C. Mr.

May be same as North Carolina resident Vernon C. Park shown in obituary records as being born Nov. 25, 1943 and passing away Feb. 26, 2013.  On Feb. 17, 1970, Park was Operations Sergeant for the Provost Marshal Investigative Section, Ft. Bragg, N.C.  Partner during part of interviews was James G. Judson.  Park's supervisor was David L. Weiss.
Parker Mr.

Juror in the 1979 trial of Jeffrey MacDonald.
Parker Barbara Ms.

Submitted affidavit, possibly circa 1991.
Parker Harold E. Mr. Harold E. Parker
Harold E. Parker


Assistant Judge Advocate General for Military Law, DA (1971-1975).  In a Memorandum for the Secretary of General Staff, DA, set forth his comments and opinions regarding the conduct of military lawyers assigned to the Government's case at the Article 32 hearing.  Also furnished details regarding certain legal procedures which apparently were found "in sufficiency and/or law" by Alfred Kassab.
Parker Jessie L.

Medic at Womack Army Hospital, Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. 1970.
Parker Joseph Mr.

CID agent.  Among other activities, on April 21, 1971, with CID agents Richard Mahon and Frank Toledo, went to a "safehouse" at 1905 Portland Ave., Nashville, TN,, where Helena Stoeckley lived ca. 1970, for the purpose of investigating Stoeckley.
Parker Maurice Mr.

CW-4; Commanding Officer, Det. C 3rd MP Gp (CT), Ft. Campbell, KY, ca. 1971.
Parris E. Spencer Mr. E. Spencer Parris (Photo: Martin & Jones, Attorneys at Law)
E. Spencer Parris
Photo: Martin & Jones, Attorneys at Law


Last name also appears misspelled as Parrish.  Law clerk to Judge Franklin Dupree (1983-1985).  Named as a Super Lawyer since its inception (2007-2013).  Per information accessed in 2013, practices law with the law firm of Martin & Jones in Raleigh, N.C.
Parson Joe W. Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Parsons.  Deputy Provost Marshal; LTC and Major.  His statement on Dec. 20, 1970 was submitted by General Kerwin in response to Senator Ervin's allegations of investigative misconduct and possibly perjury by the CID and Military Police.
Pasrick

Received USACIL Report, May 25, 1971.
Passalaqua Joseph D. Mr.

Special Agent, ca. 1973.  Administered oath re: stattement of B. J. Grotts.
Pat

See also Pat Scott and Patricia Comisky; may be same person.  One of many people about whom Cathy Perry was questioned.
Pate Neal E. Mr.

Staff Sergeant, Admin. NCO, 182nd Avn. Co., Ft. Bragg, NC., ca. 1971.  Provided information to Richard Mahon re: Allen Mazerolle.
Pauley

No description available.  Appears on Oct. 1974 Lab Work Sheet of Paul Stombaugh.
Paulk Joseph Loy Mr.

1st Lieutenant and Military Police Duty Officer, Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. 1970.  Present at the crime scene with the first arriving Military Police, and gave initial briefing to William Ivory.
Paulsen James Warner Jr. Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Paulson.  PV1; medical corpsman and ambulance driver at Womack Army Hospital, Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. 1970.  Activities included checking the bodies of Colette, Kimberley and Kristen MacDonald at the crime scene to verify their deaths.  His attire and hair length led the defense to later claim that a "civilian" was present at the crime scene.  Stole Jeffrey MacDonald's wallet from the living room, and also sat on the couch, which the defense later claimed compromised the investigation.
Pawlowski R.

With A. Dettlaff-Kakol, authored First Polish DNA "Manhunt" - an application of Y Chromosomes STR's (pub. online June 22, 2002).
Payne Robert Mr.

Captain and Chief of Military Justice Section at Fort Gordon, GA, ca. 1970.  Per Dennis Eisman, was a representative from "our" office.  Per Bernard Segal, Payne made inquiries for the defense during the 1970 Article 32 heaering.
Pearce William H. Mr.

Oct. 1, 1922 - April 6, 2010.  Last name also appears misspelled as Pierce.  Retired U.S. Army Lt. Colonel; served the Army for 21 years.  Worked as an optometrist in the Army and later in his own practice in Fayettville, N.C.  Verified that the eyeglasses found in the living room of 544 Castle Drive were the lenses he had prescribed for Jeffrey MacDonald in Dec. 1969, although he could not identify the frames.  Also recounted other examinations of MacDonald and prescriptions he had prepared for him.
Pearson Andrew Russell "Drew" Mr. Drew Pearson
Drew Pearson


Dec. 13, 1897 - Sept. 1, 1969.  American columnists noted for his syndicated newspaper column "Washington Merry-Go-Round," in which he attacked various public persons.  Also had a program on NBC Radio entitled Drew Pearson Comments.
Pendlyshok Charles "Chuck" Mr.

Lieutenant and medical supply officer at Fort Bragg, N.C., ca. 1970.  Husband of Janice Pendlyshok.  Per James Williams, Pendlyshok was his closest friend.
Pendlyshok Janice A. Mrs.

Wife of Lt. Charles Pendlyshok.  Ca. 1970, resided in the building immediately northeast of the MacDonald residence.  Alleged that she heard a woman and children screaming on the night of the murders.
Perez-Reyes Mario Mr. Mario Perez-Reyes, MD
Mario Perez-Reyes, MD


Jan. 10, 1928 - Oct. 10, 2013.  Last name also appears misspelled as Rayes-Ferez.  Native of Mexico.  Professional experience included service as emeritus professor of Psychiatry at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, N.C. in the fields of pharmacology, psychiatry and psychology, and diseases.  Cited in an online tribute by "leigh" as being "responsible for much of the early systematic investigation of marijuana and its constituents in humans, reaching back to the early 1970s and continuing well into the late 1990s....Dr. Perez-Reyes made some of the earliest advances in marijuana research in human subjects, a foundation upon which much of today's cannabinoid research continues to build."  Collaborated with 39 co-authors from 1964 to 1994, and during his career was cited by 695 authors.  In 1970, was the attending doctor for Helena Stoeckley.
Perkins Kathryn M. Ms.

Notary Public, New Hanover County, N.C., ca. 1984.
Pernell Mildred H. Ms.

Last name also appears spelled as Pennell.  Lt. Colonel, ca. 1970.  On Feb. 17, 1970, was a nurse and night supervisor at Womack Army Hospital, Ft. Bragg, N.C. who obtained information from Jeffrey MacDonald when he was brought to the hospital.
Perris Mr.

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, was possible name of a boxer and "runner up in the 3rd Army," assumed ca. 1969.
Perry Mr.

Surname assumed.  Father of Cathy Perry.
Perry Cathy Elizabeth Miss

Born Nov. 9, 1950; died in 2006, per Errol Morris.  First name also appears misppelled as Kathy.  AKA: Cathy Perry Williams.  Allegedly the common-law wife of Stanley Warmbrod, ca. 1970.  Former boarder in Betty Garcia's home.  Diagnosed as schizophrenic.  In November 1984, falsely confessed to being present during the MacDonald murders.
Perry James Mr.

Father of Dorothy MacDonald.
Perry James Joseph Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Perry Karen Ms.

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, was a friend of his in Long Island, NY.
Perry Ruth Elizabeth Mrs.

Mother of Cathy Perry.
Person Marion B.

Clerk of the Superior Court, General Court of Justice, N.C., ca. Feb. 1970.
Persons Wilton Burton Jr. Mr. Wilton B. Persons, Jr.
Wilton B. Persons, Jr.


Dec. 2, 1923 - April 3, 2015.  First name also appears wrongly as William.  Major General; Judge Advocate General of the Army (1975-1979).
Peter

Per Robert Stevenson, was the first boyfriend of Colette MacDonald (née Stevenson), ca. 1950-1953.
Peter

Assumed to be associated with WCVB-TV (Boston) "Chronicle," ca. 1990.
Peterman James A. Mr.

LTC.  Chaplain.  Authorized to visit Jeffrey MacDonald when MacDonald was restricted to Bachelor Officers Quarters (BOQ) in 1970.
Petersen Henry E. Mr. Henry E. Petersen
Henry E. Petersen


1921-1991.  Last name also appears misspelled as Peterson.  Assistant Attorney General of the U.S. (Criminal Division), 1972-1974..  Conducted many of the Watergate questionings and was possibly the only one conducting research into allegations of U.S. voting fraud as early as the 1970s.  Resigned from office Nov. 1, 1975.
Peterson Grady Mr.

Ca. 1983, was nurse technician at Haymount Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Fayetteville, N.C. where Helena Stoeckley Sr. resided at the time of her death.
Peterson Larry Mr. Larry Peterson (Photo: Jeff Fusco/Getty Images for NPR)
Larry Peterson
Photo: Jeff Fusco/Getty Images for NPR


Wrongfully convicted in New Jersey of rape and murder in 1989.  His sentence was vacated in July 2005.
Peterson Scott Lee Mr. Scott Peterson, 2011 mugshot
Scott Peterson, 2011 mugshot


Born Oct. 24, 1972.  Convicted of murdering his wife, Laci Peterson, and their unborn son in Modesto, CA, in 2002.
Pharf Brian Mr.

HHC, CMA (1969); described as "dope fiend."
Phelps Wesley Mr.

Per Dianne Cazares, was the boyfriend of Joan Hopper, ca. 1969.
Phillips

PFC, ca. 1970.
Phillips David F. Mr.

Attorney of counsel for Jeffrey MacDonald, ca. 1976.
Phillips James Dickson Jr. Mr. James Dickson Phillips, Jr. (Photo: North Carolina Collection Photographic Archives)
James Dickson Phillips, Jr.
Photo: North Carolina Collection Photographic Archives


Born Sept. 23, 1922.  Senior federal judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.  Received confirmation Aug. 11, 1978, and assumed senior status July 31, 1994.
Phillips John Edmund Andrew "Papa John" Mr. John Phillips
John Phillips


Aug. 30, 1935 - March 18, 2001.  American singer, guitarist, songwriter, promoter, and a member and leader of the vocal group The Mamas & the Papas.
Phillips Mellie Ms.

Employee of Mattel, Inc..  Gave statements that saran is primarily used to make doll hair, rather than cosmetic wigs.
Phillips Michelle Ms. Michelle Phillips
Michelle Phillips


Born June 4, 1944.  Née Gilliam.  American singer, songwriter, actress, and member of the 1960s vocal group The Mamas & the Papas.
Phillips Pauline Esther "Popo" Ms.

See Van Buren, Abigail.
Phillips Randy Mr.

Reverend/minister who worked at The Manor ministry, Fayetteville, N.C., ca. 1971.
Phillips Ronald Mr.

Executive Officer of the Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory at Fort Gordon, GA, ca. 1979.
Phillips Wallace V. Mr.

Retired Army First Sergeant; father of Randy Phillips.
Pickering Myron R. "Mike" Mr. Myron Pickering, 1971 and in later years
Myron Pickering, 1971 and in later years


CID Criminal Investigator (April 1965 - May 1976) whose duties included investigating incidents of alleged marital infidelity by Jeffrey MacDonald.  Per information accessed Nov. 2013, has been serving since Nov. 2001 at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii as an Army JAG Investigator (Tort Claims Investigator for claims of property damage, personal injury and death filed against the U.S).
Pierce William H. Mr.

See Pearce, William H.
Pike Otis Grey Mr. Otis Pike
Otis Pike


Aug. 31, 1921 - Jan. 20, 2014.  Contressman for New York (Jan. 3, 1961 - Jan. 3, 1979).
Platt Mark Mr. Mark Platt
Mark Platt


New York attorney.  With Daniel Kornstein, represented Fatal Vision author Joe McGinniss during the seven-week MacDonald vs. McGinniss civil trial (1987).
Plott Glenn Mr.

Contact for Lynne Markstein, ca. 1980.
Podgorny George Mr. George Podgorny, MD (Photo: The Central Line)
George Podgorny, MD
Photo: The Central Line


Died Nov. 5, 2013.  M.D.  Testified for the defense at Jeffrey MacDonald's 1979 criminal trial regarding his examination of MacDonald "for a few minutes" on the night of Aug. 14, 1979.
Poff Coy

Per Donald Owen Mills, Greg Mitchell formed a company with Poff and John Lastella, known as World Satellite Company, ca. 1981-1982.
Poirier Joseph G. Mr.

Psychologist who conducted class in Child Psychology attended by Colette MacDonald at the North Carolina State Extension program at Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. 1970.
Poisson

Per Paul Connolly, "Major Poisson" was securing the front door of 544 Castle Drive, Ft. Bragg, N.C. when Connolly arrived at the scene on Feb. 17, 1970.
Pollak Jerry

Employed by Artistic Wig and Novelty Co. in Brooklyn, N.Y. (ca. 1964-1970).  Served as Vice President and director of A & B Artistic Wig, Long Island, N.Y. (April 1970 to 1987).  Submitted an affidavit stating that saran was used in masquerade and novelty wigs worn by humans.
Ponce F. G.

Ca. 1979, was a police artist for the Los Angeles, CA, Police Dept., and for the FBI office in Los Angeles.  Prepared composite drawings of alleged intruders per Jeffrey MacDonald's descriptions during MacDonald's June 1979 hypnosis session.
Ponter H. K.

Shown as an employer of Greg Mitchell's.
Poole

Colonel, ca. 1971.
Poole Gerald R. Mr.

E-4; B 6th SF Gp (1969); described as "dope fiend."
Pope William H. Mr. William H. Pope
William H. Pope


June 14, 1870 - Sept. 13, 1916.  First federal judge after New Mexico achieved statehood, and the last chief justice of the territorial Supreme Court, sworn into office in late February, 1912.  Reference in the Jeffrey MacDonald case is to U.S. v. Oppenheimer, in which Pope quashed a second indictment on Jan. 29, 1916.
Pope William W. Mr.

Field Supervisor, Carpenter Shop, Directorate of Engineering and Housing, Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. 1984.
Poplin Mr.

See Conklin, John C.
Porath Raymond Bartmann Mr.

Jan. 7, 1916 - Sept. 16, 1985.  CW3; Examiner of Questioned Documents, ca. 1972.
Porter Jeffery B. Mr.

Army Criminal Records Center FOIA officer, ca. 1991.
Portia

No description available.  Reference is only to "Ted [Gunderson] will make copies [of photos provided by Pat Mitchell] to show to Portia..."
Posey Jim Mr. Jim Posey (Photo: BBC documentary "False Witness" [1989])
Jim Posey
Photo: BBC documentary False Witness (1989)


Brother of William Edward "Bill" Posey.  Claimed in an interview for the documentary False Witness (1989) that he, along with his brother, saw Helena Stoeckley get dropped off at her home during the early morning hours on Feb. 17, 1970 by a black man who was wearing an army jacket.
Posey Myra A. Ms.

In 1970, was a resident of Fayetteville, N.C., married to William Edward Posey (not to be confused with LTC William Posey).  In February of that year, lived next door to Helena Stoeckley.
Posey William "Bill" Mr.

LTC, ca. 1970.  Not to be confused with William Edward Posey.  Per Cpt. James Williams, was Williams' commander in 1970.
Posey William Edward "Bill" Mr. William Posey (Photo: BBC documentary "False Witness" [1989])
William Posey
Photo: BBC documentary False Witness (1989)


Not to be confused with LTC William Posey.  Brother of Jim Posey.  In 1970, was a resident of Fayetteville, N.C., married to Myra Posey.  One of the seven so-called Stoeckley witnesses to whom Helena Stoeckley allegedly made incriminating statements, but was found to be untruthful regarding information he related.
Potter Jerry Allen Mr. Jerry Allen Potter
Jerry Allen Potter


Jan. 14, 1941 - June 25, 2004.  With Fred Bost, co-authored the book Fatal Justice about the Jeffrey MacDonald case (pub. 1997).
Potter Prebble Mrs. Prebble Potter
Prebble Potter


Wife of Fatal Justice co-author Jerry Allen Potter.
Pouwka Kathleen Ms.

Notary Public, Los Angeles, CA (circa 1980s).
Powell John R. Jr. Mr.

SP4; B, SFTC (1969); described as "dope fiend."
Powell Lewis Franklin Jr. Mr. Lewis Powell
Lewis Powell


Sept. 19, 1907 - Aug. 25, 1998.  Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (Jan. 7, 1972 - June 26, 1987).
Powers Francis Gary Mr. Francis Gary Powers
Francis Gary Powers


Aug. 17, 1929 - Aug. 1, 1977.  American pilot whose Central Intelligence Agency U-2 spy plane was shot down while flying a reconnaissance mission over Soviet Union airspace, causing the 1960 U-2 incident.
Presley Lawrence A. Mr.

In 1980, became an FBI Special Agent in Michigan.  In 1985, transferred to the FBI Laboratory in Washington, D.C., and was a forensic microscopist in the Hair and Fiber Unit.  In 1988, was in the first group forensic DNA examiners in the FBI Laboratory Division.  Became Chief of the DNA Analysis Unit in 1993, and Chief of the Quality Assurance Unit in 1995.  Transferred to the Training Unit at the FBI Academy in Quantico, VA in 1999, where he was a forensic science instructor.  In 2001, became as Director of Criminalistics at National Medical Services, later serving as a consultant.
Press J. J.

Edited Man-Made Textile Encyclopedia, re: saran and other fibers.
Presson D. J. Mr.

Army CID Criminal Investigator, ca. 1971.
Price Billy Mr.

Per Bruce Fowler, in Feb. 1970 was living with Fowler, Johnny Laape and Charlie Brown in a trailer near Treasure City shopping center, Fayetteville, N.C.
Price Harold L. Mr.

PFC.  Assigned to HHC, 13th Psychological Operations Group at Ft. Bragg.  Former classmate of Mrs. Violet Kalin's in a German language class, and said by her to match the description Jeffrey MacDonald had given of the alleged Negro male intruder.
Prichard Jeremy Mr.

True perpetrator of the robbing of a bar at gunpoint in Florida, for which Cody Davis was wrongfully convicted in 2006.
Princkle John Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Princkney.  In 1970, was a former police artist with the Crime Laboratory in Philadelphia, PA.  Prepared a set of four composite drawings in April 1970 to portray the alleged intruders whom Jeffrey MacDonald claimed had murdered his family.
Pro Maynard J. Mr.

Chief, Forensic Staff, Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Division, ca. 1971.  Submitted laboratory report re: neutron activation analysis of latex rubber glove fragments.
Probst Charles E. Jr. "Chuck" Mr.

In 1970, was an Army Captain, civilian doctor, and friend of Jeffrey MacDonald's.  Also briefly dated Leslie Kingston during that period.
Proctor Elizabeth Rosalyn Ms.

Née Elizabeth Dupree; daughter of Judge Franklin Dupree.  Married Jimmie Proctor in 1973 and the couple moved to Asheville, N.C.  Later divorced and remarried, becoming Mrs. Paul Edward Steven Demint, III.  In 1985, with her friend, Nancy Wood, licensed the name ART Gallery, Ltd, an acronym for A Regional Tradition Gallery, and eventually became sole owner of the gallery.
Proctor Jimmie Creech "Jim" Mr.

Per his affidavit, first name is Jimmie, not James.  Former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Western District of North Carolina; resigned from that position circa late Dec. 1970 - early 1971.  Admitted to the North Carolina bar (1965), the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit (1969), the U.S Supreme Court (1971), and the U.S. Court of Military Appeals and U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia (1972).  Married Elizabeth Dupree, daughter of Judge Franklin Dupree, in 1973.  Second wife (by 1980) was Louise "Lou" Proctor.  Per information obtained in Nov. 2013, he practices law in Trenton, N.C.
Proctor Louise "Lou" Mrs.

Second wife of Jimmie Proctor.
Proctor Nancy Ms.

Daughter of Jimmie and Elizabeth Proctor, and grandchild of Franklin Dupree.
Proctor Shannon Ms.

Coordinator re: Jeffrey MacDonald's appeal to the Fourth Circuit opened Oct. 22, 2014.
"Professor" ["The Professor"]

True name unknown.  Subject of a photograph shown to Vivian Stevenson during a CID interview on Feb. 9, 1971.
Proxmire Edward William Mr. William Proxmire
William Proxmire


Nov. 11, 1915 - Dec. 15, 2005.  U.S. Senator (D-WI) from 1957 to 1989.
Pruett Jack G. Mr. Jack Pruett, ca. 1970
Jack Pruett, ca. 1970


Last name also appears misspelled as Pruitt and Pruette.  In 1970, was an Army CID Criminal Investigator and Colonel.
Pugh Jerry Mr.

Attended a "Jump Party" in San Antonio, Texas, on December 6, 1969, at which Jeffrey MacDonald was present.
Puretz Jeffrey S. Mr. Jeffrey S. Puretz
Jeffrey S. Puretz


Former law clerk to U.S. Attorney Brian Murtagh, and author of the so-called "Puretz memo."  Per defense (1990), worked at Dept. of Justice as a paralegal from July 10, 1978 through April 18, 1980.
Purkiss Diana Ms.

In 1979, was the wife of Richard A. Purkiss.  Became acquainted with Jeffrey MacDonald in September 1963, and became a character witness for him at his 1979 criminal trial.
Purkiss Richard A. Mr.

Husband of Diana Purkiss.  Former student at Princeton University, where he became acquainted with Jeffrey MacDonald in September, 1963.  By 1979, he was a stockbroker in Devon, Pennsylvania.
Pye August Kenneth Mr. Augustus Kenneth Pye
Augustus Kenneth Pye


Aug. 21, 1931 - July 11, 1994.  Law professor, chancellor of Duke University, and ninth president of Southern Methodist University (1987-1994).


No "Q" names found.



Raby Kenneth A. Mr. Maj. Kenneth Raby
Maj. Kenneth Raby


Major and Chief of the Criminal Law Division, Department of the Army.  One of his most high-profile cases involved the 1970 defense of Lt. William Calley, a former U.S. Army officer who was accused and later found guilty of murder for his role in the My Lai Massacre on March 16, 1968 during the Vietnam War.
Radoll John V. Mr.

Major, ca. 1970-1971.  Signature appears on Greg Mitchell's army records.
Rahe Richard H. Mr.

With Merle Meyer, Michael Smith, George Kjaer and Thomas H. Holmes, co-authored "Social Stress and Illness Onset," 8 Journal of Psychosomatic Research 35 (1964).
Raines Paul Mr.

Last name also appears (apparently misspelled) as Raniery, Ranieri, and Rainer.  Army captain, ca. 1970.  With Robert McPherson, was an escort officer for Jeffrey MacDonald in May 1970, when MacDonald was confined to Bachelor Officers Quarters (BOQ).  Along with Cpt. Clifford Somers and CID agent John Hodges, was present when LTC Himma and MSG Dupree took hair samples from Jeffrey MacDonald's body in July 1970.
Ramage Elizabeth Ann Mrs.

Née Elizabeth Krystia.  Last name also appears misspelled as Christian and Christen.  Wife of Theodore Alexander Krystia.  On Feb. 16, 1970, attended a Child Psychology class with Colette MacDonald, and drove to and from the class with her.
Ramsey John Bennett Mr. John Ramsey
John Ramsey


Born Dec. 7, 1943.  American businessman, author and father of homicide victim JonBenét Ramsey.
Ramsey JonBenét Patricia Miss JonBenet Ramsey
JonBenét Ramsey


Aug. 6, 1990 - Dec. 25, 1996.  American child beauty pageant queen who was murdered in her home in Boulder, Colorado in 1996.
Ramsey L. B.

MG, ca. 1970.
Ramsey Patricia Ann "Patsy" Mrs. Patsy Ramsey, 1977 and 1996
Patsy Ramsey, 1977 and 1996


Dec. 29, 1956 - June 24, 2006.  Née Paugh.  Former American beauty pageant contestant and mother of homicide victim JonBenét Ramsey.
Rancer

Interviewed ca. Feb. 1971 regarding relationship with Neil Keith Braswell.
Rappeport Jonas R. Mr. Jonas R. Rappeport, MD
Jonas R. Rappeport, MD


Last name appears misspelled as Rappapor and Rappaport.  Opened a private practice in clinical psychiatry in 1959 in Baltimore, MD.  In 1967, became Chief Medical Officer for the Supreme Bench in Baltimore City.  First President and first Medical Director of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law (AAPI), founded in 1969, and as Beltimore City's Chief Medical Officer.  Retired from forensic practice in 1999.
Raskin David C. Mr.

Psychologist and polygraph examiner.  Professor Emeritus of Psychology at the University of Utah as of 1995.  Per information accessed in 2013, was practicing in Homer, Alaska.  Adinistered polygraph exam to Jeffrey MacDonald in 1985.
Raskin Jacqueline S. Ms.

DNA Analyst, Dept. of Defense, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP).
Ray James Earl Mr. James Earl Ray
James Earl Ray


March 10, 1928 - April 23, 1998.  American convicted of the assassination of activist Martin Luther King, Jr.
Rea William J. "Bill" Mr. William J. Rea
William J. Rea


Feb. 21, 1920 - Aug. 3, 2005.  Federal judge on the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, receiving commission June 15, 1984.  Assumed senior status on March 31, 1998, and served in that capacity until his death.  Judge in Jeffrey MacDonald's civil suit against Fatal Vision author Joe McGinniss in 1987.
Read Elizabeth Ms. Elizabeth Read
Elizabeth Read


Partner in defense law firm Markham & Read.
Reagan Ronald Wilson Mr. Ronald Reagan
Ronald Reagan


Feb. 6, 1911 - June 5, 2004.  American politician and actor.  Governor of California for two terms, once in 1967 and again in 1971, and 40th President of the U.S. (1981-1989).
Rector James B. Mr.

March 8, 1944 - May 19, 1969.  Bystander who died four days after suffering shotgun wounds inflicted by the police on "Bloody Thursday" (May 15, 1969), while watching the rioting concerning People"s Park at Berkeley, California.
Redd Laura Ms.

Notary and paralegal for Jeffrey MacDonald's defense attorney, Hart Miles.  Among other duties, notarized the affidavit of Helena Stoeckley, Sr. on March 31, 2007.  Defense witness at Sept. 2012 evidentiary hearing.
Reddick Maddie Ms.

Supervisory administrative assistant at the U.S. Marshal's Office in Raleigh, N.C. for almost 30 years.  At the time of the 1979 MacDonald trial was the disbursing officer in charge of salaries for federal employees, witnesses and jurors.  Government witness at Sept. 2012 evidentiary hearing.
Redford Charles Robert Jr. Mr. Robert Redford, 2012
Robert Redford, 2012


Born Aug. 18, 1936.  Better known as Robert Redford  American actor, film director, producer, businessman, environmentalist, philanthropist, and founder of the Sundance Film Festival.
Reed David B. III Mr.

Major, ca. 1971.
Reed James M. Mr.

FBI Special Agent, Washington, D.C., ca. 1984.
Reese Walter Patrick "Pat" Mr. Pat Reese (Photos: Johnny Horne and the Fayetteville Observer)
Pat Reese
Photos: Johnny Horne and the Fayetteville Observer


Jan. 24, 1927 - Sep. 30, 2001.  Newspaper reporter and actor; noted for his crime scene reporting.  Joined the Fayetteville Observer, Feyetteville, N.C. in Feb. 1957.  Eventually became the senior staff writer, serving in that capacity until his death.  Helped develop the Army's anti-drug program in the 1970s.  In Feb. 1970, spoke with suspect Helena Stoeckley two days after the MacDonald murders.  More
Reeves Jimmy Mr. Jim Reeves, Feb. 21, 1970
Jim Reeves, Feb. 21, 1970


Specialist 6; Sgt. E-6.  Member of CID Investigator Robert Shaw's team in 1969.  Accompanied Jeffrey MacDonald to the funerals of Colette, Kimberley and Kristen MacDonald on Feb. 21, 1970.
Reggie

Claimed by Greg Mitchell to be a "negro" whom Mitchell knew.
Rehnquist William Hubbs Mr. William Rehnquist
William Rehnquist


Oct. 1, 1924 - Sept. 3, 2005.  Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1972-1986) and 16th Chief Justice (1986-2005).
Reibold Kay Ms.

Was asked by Helena Stoeckley's attorney, Jerry Leonard, to act as companiion and friend to Stoeckley during Jeffrey MacDonald's 1979 criminal trial.
Reich June Mrs.

Former acquaintance of Colette MacDonald.  Related that she had seen Jeffrey MacDonald strike Colette in the face during an argument at the Reich home when the couple were teenagers.
Reich Norman Mr.

President and Director of A & B Artistic Wig Corporation and successors (1956-1987).
Reid John E. Mr.

1910-1982.  Wrongly referred to by Ted Gunderson as Joseph Reid.  Polygraph examiner who administered an exam to Jeffrey MacDonald in Philadelphia, PA, ca. April 1970.
Reilly Edward F. Jr. Mr. Edward F. Reilly, Jr.
Edward F. Reilly, Jr.


Senator from Kansas for 28 years.  On May 31, 2001, was designated Chairman of the U.S. Parole Commission.
Rein Robert Edward "Bo" Mr. Bo Rein
Bo Rein


July 20, 1945 - Jan. 10, 1980.  American football and baseball player.  Head football coach at North Carolina State University (1976-1979).  After the 1979 season, was hired by Louisiana State University, where he coached until his death.
Renfro Michael Mr.

Law clerk for attorney Bernard Segal during Jeffrey MacDonald's 1970 Article 32 hearing.
Reno Janet Wood Ms. Janet Reno
Janet Reno


Born July 21, 1938.  78th U.S. Attorney General (March 11, 1993 - Jan. 20, 2001).  First woman to serve as Attorney General.
Resor Stanley Rogers Mr. Stanley R. Resor
Stanley R. Resor


Dec. 5, 1917 - April 17, 2012.  9th U.S. Secretary of the Army (July 2, 1965 - June 30, 1971).
Retzel M.

First name truncated at right margin; shown as "M" and "Mari."
Revell Oliver B. "Buck" Mr. Oliver 'Buck' Revell, 1989
Oliver "Buck" Revell, 1989


Assistant Director FBI (June 1980 - Aug. 31, 1984), and recognized expert in the fields of national security and terrorism.
Reynolds James S. Mr.

Chief, Terrorism and Violent Crimes Section, U.S. Dept. of Justice, ca. 1992.
Reynolds John William Mr.

CID Criminal Investigator, ca. 1971.
Rezneck Daniel A. Mr.

Authored "The New Federal Rules of Criminal Procedcure," 1966 54 Geo. L.J. 1276.
Rhodes Wallace Lloyd Jr. Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Rhoes.  Convicted with accomplice James Marcus Shields of first degree murder, kidnapping and robbery, offenses which occurred on Sept. 17, 1972 after the two had escaped from an Idaho jail.  On July 19, 1974, the Supreme Court of Montana reversed sentences of death on the first degree murder counts, and modified the judgments by imposing terms of life imprisonment in the Montana State Prison.  While serving time at Marion Penitentiary, Rhodes and Shields allegedly bragged to fellow inmate A. Ken Bankston about being present during the Macdonald murders.
Ribas Jaume Mr.

Per the U.S. Government in 2013, died in 1997.  Per Lucia Bartoli, died Dec. 28, 1993.  Former CEO of Fibras Omni in Mexico City, ca. 1993.
Richard

See also Richard Comisky; may be same person.  One of many people about whom Cathy Perry was questioned.
Richards Julie A. Ms.

Clerk, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of North Carolina.
Richardson Mr.

Alternate juror in the 1979 trial of Jeffrey MacDonald.
Richardson Mrs.

Possibly the wife of 1979 trial juror Mr. Richardson.  Referred to in context of cake given to Judge Dupree by the jury during the trial.
Richardson Mary Ms. Mary Richardson
Mary Richardson


Former co-anchor and reporter for WCVB-TV (Boston) "Chronicle"; left that organization in 2010.
Rien Rich Mr.

No description available.  Referred to by Joe McGinniss.
Rigsby Rhonda Ms.

Allegedly did work on the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Riker Sean Mr.

Present in the prison yard at the U.S. Penitentiary in Florence, CO, when fellow prisoner David Stone was stabbed on June 3, 1999 by another inmate, Mark Jordan.
Riley Mr.

Associated with U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, ca. 1975.
Riley Richard Wilson Mr. Richard Riley
Richard Riley


Born Jan. 2, 1933.  Governor of South Carolina (Jan. 21, 1983 - Jan. 20, 2001).
Riopello Albert Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Ritchie Mary Moore Ms.

Court reporter, ca. 1974-1975.
Ritchie Michael Brunswick Mr. Michael Ritchie
Michael Ritchie


Nov. 28, 1938 - April 16, 2001.  American film director of distinguished and often experimental films with comical and/or satirical leanings like The Candidate and Smile.  Also directed sports films like The Bad News Bears and Chevy Chase's Fletch comedies.
Riter Hilary S. Ms.

Authored It's the Prosecution's Story, But They're Not Sticking to It: Applying Harmless Error and Judicial Estoppel to Exculpatory Post-Conviction DNA Testing Cases, (2005).
Rivera Sherri Ms.

See also Sher and Sherry; may be same person.  Per Helena Stoeckley, Rivera was an acquaintance.
Rizzo Thomas Joseph Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Rezo.  Co-arrestee with Allen Mazerolle.
Robbins

Ops. Off, Det. E, 12 Gp., ca. 1971.
Robbs William Mr.

FBI Special Agent, ca. 1971.
Roberson, Steven L. Mr.

E-4; 1st PSYOP Unit.
Roberto Timothy Mr.

Husband of Dianne Cazare's sister.
Roberto Timothy Mrs.

Dianne Cazares's sister.  Wife of Timothy Roberto.
Roberts John Glover Jr. Mr. John Roberts
John Roberts


Born Jan. 27, 1955.  17th Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, serving since 2005.
Roberts Kathy Ms.

Airline hostess, ca. 1969.  Per Charles Probst, Jeffrey MacDonald told him that he had a hard time getting Roberts to go to bed with him, apparently because of her bad experience with a divorce.
Robin-Vergeer Bonnie Ilene Ms.

Defense attorney for Jeffrey MacDonald, ca. 1997.
Robinson Mr.

FBI Special Agent, Dallas, TX.  May have been told by Ted Gunderson that Gunderson believed in psychics.
Robinson James Kenneth Mr. James K. Robinson
James K. Robinson


Nov. 27, 1943 - Aug. 6, 2010.  Middle initial also appears wrongly as R.  General Crimes Section, Criminal Division of the U.S. Dept. of Justice, ca. 1972.  Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division, U.S. Dept. of Justice (1998-2000).
Rock

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, was a Captain serving in Viet Nam in 1971, and was one of his best friends.
Rock Warren V. Mr.

Dec. 22, 1919 - Nov. 14, 2013.  U.S. Army Colonel and Investigating Officer at Jeffrey MacDonald's 1970 Article 32 hearing.
Rodgers Shirley Ann Ms.

Deputy Clerk, U.S. Marshal's Office, ca. 1979.  Submitted affidavit with regard to her job and procedure for obtaining names for Master Jury Wheel.
Rodino Peter Wallace Jr. Mr. Peter Rodino, 1977
Peter Rodino, 1977


June 7, 1909 - May 7, 2005.  U.S. congressman from New Jersey (1949-1989).  Also served as chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, where he oversaw the impeachment hearings that led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon.
Rodriguez William C. III Mr. William C. Rodriguez III (Photo: Catholic Review)
William C. Rodriguez III
Photo: Catholic Review


Ph.D.  Chief Deputy Medical Examiner, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP), ca. 1999.
Roebuck William E. Mr.

Grand Juror.
Rogers Mrs.

Ca. Feb. 1971, was a former neighbor of the Jeffrey MacDonald family at Ft. Bragg, N.C.
Rogers Dennis Mr. Dennis Rogers, ca. 2014 (Photo: Dennis Rogers [cropped])
Dennis Rogers, ca. 2014
Photo: Dennis Rogers (cropped)


Staff Sgt. at Ft. Bragg, N.C. (ca. 1970).  In 1971, became a newspaper reporter, and has been writing for the Raleigh, N.C. News & Observer since 1976.  More
Rogers Joyce A. Ms.

Notary Public, County of York, State of South Carolina, ca. 1988.
Rogers Phillip Mr.

See Rogers, William.
Rogers William Mr.

First name also appears as Phillip.  Last name also appears (apparently misspelled) as Rodgers.  Also referred to as Judge Rodgers [sic].  Police Justice, Patchogue, NY, ca. 1970.  Apparent legal representative of Jeffrey MacDonald on Dec. 18, 1970.  Presented himself with Jeffrey MacDonald in the office of the Chief of Police, Suffolk County, and with him was allowed to read police files, re: so-called New York Four/Long Island Four and/or other, prepared by that agency which were furnished to the CID.
Rohrer Dale F.

SP4.  Guard; Officer on Duty at Grant Hall (location of Jeffrey MacDonald's BOQ room), Ft. Bragg, N.C., July 31, 1970.
Rohtert John "Jack" Mr. John J. Rohtert
John J. Rohtert


Retired Metro Police Officer, Nashville, TN.  In April 1971 was dcescribed as a young and relatively inexperienced Nashville police officer who used Helena Stoeckley as an informant.  Served as partner with fellow undercover officer James "Jim" Gaddis.
Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones in 1965 trade ad
The Rolling Stones in 1965 trade ad


English rock band formed in London in 1962.
Roppel Ruth Ms.

Processing Supervisor, FBI Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Section, ca. 1990.  Circa 1991, submitted affidavit in support of response of the U.S. to Jeffrey MacDonald's petition for post-conviction relief.
Rose Margaret O. Mrs.

Colette MacDonald's classmate in Vietnamese Language course, Oct. 1969.
Rosenbaum A. H.

Physician who evaluated Helena Stoeckley after her April 13, 1970 hopsitalization.
Ross L. Jeffrey Mr.

In 1983, became Chief of the Criminal Division's FOI/PA Unit (FOIA), U.S. Dept. of Justice.
Ross Paul L. Mr.

Major, ca. 1967.  Signature appears on Greg Mitchell's army records.
Rossi Hagan A. Mr.

First name also appears misspelled as Hogan.  Military Police Investigator, Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. 1970.  Among other duties, accompanied William Ivory to the MacDonald murder crime scene.
Rothstein Kevin Mr.

With David Weber, authored "Man Freed After 6 Years; Evidence was Flawed" (Boston Herald, Jan. 24, 2004), re: the 2004 exoneration of Stephen Cowans.
Rouder Ms.

Not to be confused with attorney Wendy Rouder, per Bernard Segal.  Mentioned by Judge Franklin Dupree during 1979 trial: "One of Ms. Rouder's works of art."
Rouder Wendy Phyllis Ms. Wendy P. Rouder
Wendy P. Rouder


Middle name also appears misspelled as Phylis.  Last name also appears misspelled as Rowder.  Attorney associated with Jeffrey MacDonald's defense, ca. 1979.  One of the seven so-called Stoeckley witnesses to whom Helena Stoeckley made incriminating statements.  Defense witness at Sept. 2012 evidentiary hearing.
Rowe Walter F. Mr. Walter Rowe (Photo: home.gwu.edu/~wfrowe)
Walter Rowe
Photo: home.gwu.edu/~wfrowe


First name also wrongly appears as William.  U.S. Army CID forensic chemist and serologist, ca. 1970.  Participated in evidence collection and aided Craig Chamberlain in the removal of floor boards containing a bloody footprint from the hallway of 544 Castle Dr.
Rowland Robert G. Mr.

Executive Director of the California Board of Medical Quality Assurance, ca. 1979.  Complaintant re: Jeffrey MacDonald's California medical license.
Roysen (phonetic)

Per John Chester (1970), the Roysens (phonetic) lived on "other side" of the Chester residence at Ft. Bragg, N.C.  Chester claimed to have been present when Jan Snyder told the Roysens and others the same story she told to Chester and his wife.
Rubin Alvin Benjamin Mr. Alvin Benjamin Rubin
Alvin Benjamin Rubin


March 13, 1920 - June 11, 1991.  Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana (Nov. 3, 1966 - Oct. 8, 1977).  Judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit (Sept. 19, 1977 - July 1, 1989).  Assumed senior status July 1, 1989, and served in that capacity until his death.
Rush D. B.

First name partially illegible.  Physician, ca. 1967.  Signature appears on Greg Mitchell's army medical records.
Russ Zack Mr.

Doctor at VA Hospital, Ashville, N.C., assumed ca. 1983.  One of the several doctors at different hospitals and facilities who treated Jimmy Friar for mental issues.
Russell Donald Stuart Mr. Donald Russell
Donald Russell


Feb. 22, 1906 - Feb. 22, 1998.  Last name also appears misspelled as Russel.  107th Governor of South Carolina (Jan. 15, 1963 - April 22, 1965).  U.S. Senator from South Carolina (April 22, 1965 - Nov. 9, 1966).  Judge of the U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina (Nov. 3, 1966 - May 1, 1971).  Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit (April 23, 1971 - Feb. 22, 1998), serving in that capacity until his death.
Russell John Mr.

Per Fred Bost (ca. 1980), was associated with the public affairs office of the U.S. Dept. of Justice.
Russell William Worthington IV Mr.

Referred to by Bernard Segal as an attorney in a court case of Segal's, ca. 1974.
Russell/Robert (may be first or last name) Mr.

Per notes of Grant Bosburgh, Debra Harmon said that Russell or Robert (Bosburgh writes "something with an R") claimed he knew who killed MacDonald's family and even hinted that he hid a few of them out for a while.  Worked at Royal Dodge.
Ryan James Patrick Mr.

CW4, USA; Chief, Document Division, ca. 1970.
Ryczek Walt Mr.

Reservations Manager, Piedmont Airlines, Winston-Salem, NC.  Listed under "Witnesses" in CID final report for period Oct. 16 - Nov. 7, 1972.
Ryder Geoffrey C. Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Rider (phonetic).  Major in the Medical Corps and psychiatrist, ca. 1970.  Evaluated Jeffrey MacDonald's emotional state during MacDonald's Feb. 1970 hospitalization.
Rye

Per Harvey Silverglate: "...and what he said was Posey, according to Colonel Rye, he described Helena..."
Ryker Gregory Mr.

Major, ca. 1971.
Rylett Mr.

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, was a Sergeant Major, ca. 1970, with whom MacDonald says he was very friendly, a "business type thing."


Sack John Mr. John Sack
John Sack


March 24, 1930 - March 27, 2004.  American literary journalist and war correspondent.
Sadler Barry Mr. Barry Sadler, 1966
Barry Sadler, 1966


Nov. 1, 1940 - Nov. 5, 1989.  American military veteran, author, actor and singer-songwriter.  Lyrics to his "The Ballad of the Green Berets" were used in Joe McGinniss's book Fatal Vision.
Sadoff Robert Leslie Mr. Robert L. Sadoff, M.D.
Robert L. Sadoff, M.D.


Psychiatrist; M.D.  Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in May 1966.  Stationed at Ft. Dix, N.J. (1963-1965) as a psychiatrist in the Medical Corps in charge of outpatient military, working in courts-martial and stockade psychiatry.  By 2013, was practicing in Jenkinstown, N.J.  First interviwed Jeffrey MacDonald on April 21, 1970.
Salome Salome (Painting by Fra Filippo Lippi: 'Herod's Banquet' [detail])
Salome
Painting by Fra Filippo Lippi: "Herod's Banquet" (detail)


Daughter of Herodias, and nemesis of John the Baptist.
Salter Hugh Mr. Hugh Salter (Photo: Carteret County News-Times)
Hugh Salter
Photo: Carteret County News-Times


Sept. 16, 1921 - Sep. 17, 2011.  Former U.S. Marshal for the Eastern District of North Carolina.
Sander Rose M. Ms.

Submitted affidavit, ca. 1991.
Sanders Robert or William Murray Mr.

AKA: "Candy," "Candy Man."  Middle name also appears misspelled as Murry.  Last name also appears misspelled as Saunders.  Referred to by Ted Gunderson and Fred Bost as both William and Robert.  CID Investigator Peter Kearns referred to "Candy" as "maybe R. M. Sanders."  Renter at Hickory Trailer Park, Fayetteville, N.C., ca. 1970.  Named by the defense as a member of the "Stoeckley group."
Sanderson Linda L. Ms.

Notary Public, Ventura County, CA, ca. 1989.
Sandsbark (phonetic) Mr.

Colonel and group commander, ca. 1970, per Franz Grebner.
Sargent Phil Mr.

Last name appears spelled both as Sargent and Sergeant.  In 1979, was Captain of the Pickens County Detention Center in Pickens County, S.C. where Helena Stoeckley was being held.
Satre Narianne

Notary Public, Arlington County, VA, ca. 2011.
Satterfield Robert Joseph Mr.

Indicted by a grand jury on On Oct. 9, 1974 on ten counts of bank robberies and firearms violations.  Reference in the Jeffrey MacDonald case is to U.S. v. Satterfield, 572 F.2d 687 (9th Cir. 1978).
Satterwhite Leigh A.

Notary Public, Wake County, N.C., ca. 2013.
Saunders William Mr.

See Sanders, Robert Murray.
Savarese Ralph Mr.

Per Allen Mazerolle, was his roommate before Mazerolle's Feb. 1970 incarceration.
Saxbe William Bart "Bill" Mr. William Saxbe, ca. 1974-1975
William Saxbe, ca. 1974-1975


June 24, 1916 - Aug. 24, 2010.  Ohio Attorney General (1963-1969).  U.S. Senator from Ohio (Jan. 3, 1969 - Jan. 3, 1974).  70th U.S. Attorney General (Jan. 4, 1974 - Feb. 2, 1975).  11th U.S. Ambassador to India (Feb. 3, 1975 - Nov. 20, 1976).
Scalf Mr.

Wrote letter to Allen R. McLean (Sup. Probation Officer, Long Beach, CA) re: Bond Revocation Order of 3/31/82.
Scalia Antonin Gregory Mr. Antonin Scalia
Antonin Scalia


March 11, 1936 - Feb. 13, 2016.  U. S. Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Legal Counsel (Aug. 22, 1974 - Jan. 20, 1977).  Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit (Aug. 17, 1982 - Sept. 26, 1986).  Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (Sept. 26, 1986 - Feb. 13, 2016).
Scanlon Michael J. Mr.

FBI, ca. 1971.
Scarangelli Dianne Miss

Court Reporter, ca. 1971.
Schaefer Roger William Mr.

Criminal Investigator.  During the CID investigation, statements were received from Schaefer and other individuals covering interviews of friends and/or former neighbors and acquaintances of Jeffrey and/or Colette MacDonald.
Scheck Barry C. Mr. Barry Scheck
Barry Scheck


Born Sept. 19, 1949.  Attorney specializing in DNA.  With Peter Neufeld, co-founded the Innocence Project in 1992.  Per Jeffrey MacDonald, Scheck "began lending his assistance" to MacDonald's case in 1997.  Per the Government, Scheck filed notice of appearance in 1999.
Schembri Marie Ms. Marie Schembri
Marie Schembri


Private investigator and a principal in the private investigative services firm of Schembri and Associates in Brooklyn, NY.
Scheuplein Walter Mr.

FBI Special Agent; FOIA office, ca. 1981.
Schieffer Bob Lloyd Mr. Bob Schieffer
Bob Schieffer


Born Feb. 25, 1937.  Last name also appears misspelled as Scheffer.  Television journalist who joined CBS News in 1969.  Interviewed Jeffrey MacDonald for the Dec. 11, 1970 television presentation "Walter Cronkite, CBS News."
Schilling Catherine Ms.

Rape and murder victim.  Donald Gates was convicted of the crime but was freed Dec. 15, 2009 by a District of Columbia Superior Court Judge after DNA evidence proved that another man committed the crime.  Michael Malone, who examined evidence in the Jeffrey MacDonald case, testified at the Gates trial.
Schizas Judith Ms.

Employee of Mattel, Inc.  Alleged that saran is primarily used to make doll hair, rather than cosmetic wigs.
Schmidgall Kim Mr.

Director, Clerk's Office, Los Angeles, CA, ca. 1981.
Schmidt (illegible)

Signature partially illegible.  Signature appears in designated space for name of dentist or physician on Greg Mitchell's army medical records.
Schneider Michael Mr.

Character witness for Jeffrey MacDonald at trial.
Schofield

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, when Ron Harrison visited the MacDonald home a few days before the murders, he "just had a snack, and that's when we talked.  That's when we had this infamous thing about Esquire, which Ivory and Schofield say it is the key to the case."
Scholberg Myron T. "Mike" Mr. Myron T. Scholberg (Photo: Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post [cropped])
Myron T. Scholberg
Photo: Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post (cropped)


Last name also appears misspelled as Schulburg.  Former FBI Special Agent, Vienna, WA.  Chief of FBI hair unit (1978-1985).  Per Ted Gunderson, worked for Northern Virginia Forensic Crime Laboratory, ca. 1988.
Schwinn Stacy

Court Reporter, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of North Carolina, Western Division, ca. 2011.
Scott Charles "Charlie" Mr.

Per Vickie Freese, was a Fayetteville, N.C. resident in 1971 and was still living there in 1983.  Associated with Vickie Freese, John Benton, Denise Grove and Pat Scott, ca. 1969-1971.
Scott Flora Ms.

No descripion available.  Appears on 1979 trial witness list.
Scott Jack Mr.

Detective; Suffolk County (NY) Police Dept., ca. 1970.
Scott James R. Mr.

Claims Investigator, Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. 1970.
Scott Michael S. Mr.

With Keith A. Findley, authored The Multiple Dimensions of Tunnel Vision in Criminal Cases, 2006.
Scott Pat Ms.

See also Pat; may be same person.  Per Vickie Freese, was her roommate in Sept. 1971 in Fayetteville, N.C.  Described by Freese as a "weird" girl with a young son who was taken care of by Scott's mother.
Scott Paul Mr.

Per Dianne Cazares, lived with Kathy Smith in Spring Lake, N.C., assumed ca. 1969.
Scott Robert D. Mr.

FBI Special Agent in Greenville, South Carolina, ca. 2006.
Scott Robert "Bob" Walker Mr. Robert W. Scott
Robert W. Scott


June 13, 1929 - Jan. 23, 2009.  67th Governor of North Carolina (1969-1973).  Per Jeffrey MacDonald, Warren Coolidge "had been leaking to the news media confidential details of a tax problem of a Democrat, Governor Bob Scott."
Scotten David Mr.

Doctor, ca. 1971.
Scotten David Mrs.

Wife of Dr. David Scotten.
Seary Peggy R. Ms.

Notary Public, ca. 1984.
Sebring Jay Mr. Jay Sebring
Jay Sebring


Oct. 10, 1933 - August 9, 1969.  American hair stylist for celebrities, founder of Sebring International, and Manson Family murder victim.
Seda Ramon M. Mr.

Criminal Investigator, ca. 1970.  During the CID investigation, statements were received from Seda and other individuals covering interviews of friends and/or former neighbors and acquaintances of Jeffrey and/or Colette MacDonald.
Segal Bernard L. "Bernie" Mr. Bernard Segal: (l-r) 1979 and in later years [Photo (r): Golden Gate University School of Law]
Bernard Segal: (l-r) 1979 and in later years
Photo (r): Golden Gate University School of Law


1930 - Aug. 12, 2011.  Wrongly referred to as Jerry Segal during the 1987 Jeffrey MacDonald vs. Joe Mcginniss civil trial.  Became a law school professor at Golden Gate University in San Francisco, CA in 1972.  Attorney and legal counsel for Jeffrey MacDonald during MacDonald's 1970 Article 32 hearing and his 1979 criminal trial.  More
Seger Robert Clark "Bob" Mr. Bob Seger, 2013
Bob Seger, 2013


Born May 6, 1945.  American singer-songwriter, guitarist and pianist.  Co-wrote the Eagles' number-one hit, "Heartache Tonight," the lyrics to which were used in Joe McGinniss's book Fatal Vision.
Segura Pancho "Segoo" Mr. Pancho Segura
Pancho Segura


Born June 20, 1921 as Francisco Olegano Segura.  Last name also appears misspelled as Seguar.  Former leading tennis player of the 1940s and 1950s.  Father of Spencer Segura.
Segura Spencer Francisco Mr.

Attorney for Ted Gunderson in Los Angeles, CA, ca. 1981.  Son of famous tennis pro Pancho Segura.
Seibert Allen Mr.

Sgt.  Stepfather of Janice Fowler; married her mother, previously known as Mrs. James Farmer, ca. 1965.
Seiver

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, may have been an MP at Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. 1970.
Sellick John Frederick Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Selick.  Reference to "Selvey" by Bernard Segal (1979 trial closing arguments) assumed to refer to Sellick.  M.P. and partner with SP4 Daniel Strope, ca. Feb. 16-17, 1970, and present at the initial entrance to the MacDonald murder crime scene.
Selvey

See Sellick, John Frederick.
Semmes Allison C. Mr.

May be same Mr. Allison C. Semmes shown in obituary records as being born May 15, 1926 and passing away June 24, 2013.  Associated with FBI Laboratory serology unit (1954-1976).
Sensabaugh George F. Jr. Mr. George F. Sensabaugh, Jr.
George F. Sensabaugh, Jr.


Middle initial also appears wrongly as S.  Associate Professor of Forensic Science, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley, CA, ca. 1988.  Criminology expert in forensic genetics and fingerprinting.
Sensenbrenner Frank James "Jim" Jr. Mr. Frank "Jim" Sensenbrenner
Frank "Jim" Sensenbrenner


Born June 14, 1943.  Member of the U.S. House of Representatives since 1979, assuming office for Wisconsin's 5th congressional district in 2003.
Sensi Carl A. Mr.

Acting Commander, Criminal Investigation Laboratory, U.S. Army, Military Police School, Dept. of the Army, Fort Gordon, GA, ca. 1970.
Sergeant Phil Mr.

See Sargent, Phil.
Sexton Joel S. Mr.

M.D.; Chief Medical Examiner, Dept. of Pathology, Medical University of South Carolina, ca. 1983.  Involved with autopsy of Helena Stoeckley.
Shalit Ruth Ms. Ruth Shalit
Ruth Shalit


Born 1971.  Freelance writer and former journalist.  Became controversial in 1995 after admitting to "many errors" in a piece she wrote about affirmative action at The Washington Post.  Was later dismissed from The New Republic for plagiarism and inaccuracy.  Authored article about the Jeffrey MacDonald case entitled Fatal Revision (The New Republic, May 26, 1997).
Shaw Lemuel Mr. Lemuel Shaw
Lemuel Shaw


Jan. 9, 1781 - March 30, 1861.  Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (1830-1860).  Reference in the Jeffrey MacDonald case is to Commonwealth v. Webster, 59 Mass. Rept. 295, 299-300 (1850).
Shaw Robert B. Jr. Mr. Robert Shaw, 1979
Robert Shaw, 1979


Died in 2001.  CID Criminal Investigator, ca. 1970.
Shaw Sam Clinton Mr. Sam Shaw
Sam Shaw


Nov. 11, 1925 - Oct. 20, 2010.  Last name also appears misspelled as Shore.  Chief of the Seneca, S.C. Police Dept. (Aug. 9, 1967 - June 30, 1987).
Shaw Sharon Ms.

Taught for the North Carolina State University branch at Ft. Bragg (1968-1974).  One of Colette MacDonald's teachers, ca. 1969-1970, and character witness for defense at Jeffrey MacDonald's 1979 criminal trial.
Shay Stephen Mr.

See Shea, Steve Robert.
Shea Cindy Ms.

Assisted Jeffrey MacDonald's defense at some point during the period Feb. 17, 1970 - Aug. 1979 and possibly thereafter.
Shea Raymond M. Mr.

Last name also misspelled as Shay.  Brother of Stephen Robert "Steve" Shea and Administrator of Jeffrey MacDonald's Defense Fund.
Shea Stephen Robert "Steve" Mr.

First name also appears misspelled as Steven.  Last name also appears misspelled as Shay.  Brother of Raymond Shea.  Emergency department physician at the St. Mary's Hospital in Long Beach, CA, ca. 1979.  Jeffrey MacDonald's partner and close personal friend in California.  Ca. 1975, gave a deed of trust in Orange County, CA, for $1700 re: MacDonald's bail.  Per Ted Gunderson, in Nov. 1979 Shea and Phyllis Hughes asked Gundederson to investigate the MacDonald case.  Ca. 1991, was trustee for the MacDonald Family Trust.
Shea Steven Mr.

Psychologist who interviewed Jimmy Friar, ca. 1983.
Shedlick Raymond R. "Ray" Sr. Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Shadlock.  Father of Ellen Dannelly.  Per Jeffrey MacDonald, was hired to assist defense as a private investigator in 1982.
Sheepley Mr.

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, was a doctor at the hospital in Hamlet, N.C., ca. 1970.
Shelton Paul H. Jr. Mr.

Notary Public, Oconee County, S.C., ca. 1980-1981.
Sher

See also Cheryl Hurt, Sherri Rivera, Sherry, and Sherrie Louise Taylor; may be same person.  One of many people about whom Cathy Perry was questioned.
Sherer Joseph Peter Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Sheridan

Sheridan assumed to be last name.  Defense attorney rumored by Bob Keeler (ca. 1980) as possible attorney for Jeffrey MacDonald if a new trial were to take place.
Sherrill Robert Glenn Mr. Robert Sherrill (Photo: Medina Dugger)
Robert Sherrill
Photo: Medina Dugger


Dec. 24, 1924 - Aug. 19, 2014.  American investigative journalist and longtime contributor to The Nation, Texas Observer, and many other magazines, including Playboy, the New Republic and the New York Times Magazine.
"Sherry"

See also Cheryl Hurt, Sherri Rivera and Sherrie Louise Taylor; may be same person.  Allegedly matched the description of the female intruder Jeffrey MacDonald claimed was in his home on the night of the murders.
Shields James Marcus Mr. James Marcus Shields, Nov. 7, 2013
James Marcus Shields, Nov. 7, 2013


Born 1952.  First name also appears misspelled as Jones.  Convicted with his accomplice, Wallace Lloyd Rhodes, of first degree murder, kidnapping and robbery, offenses which occurred on Sept. 17, 1972 after the two had escaped from an Idaho jail.  On July 19, 1974, the Supreme Court of Montana reversed sentences of death on the first degree murder counts, and modified the judgments by imposing terms of life imprisonment in the Montana State Prison.  On Aug. 10, 1981, Shields escaped from prison; he was captured and on May 27, 1982 received a three-year sentence for that offense.  While serving time at Marion Penitentiary, Shields and Rhodes allegedly bragged to fellow inmate A. Ken Bankston about being present during the Macdonald murders.
Shomber Charles Eldon Mr.

CW2; Firearms Examiner, ca. 1971.
Shortill James Mr.

Husband of Rita Shortill.
Shortill Rita Ms.

Claimed in May 1991 to have heard people laughing near her apartment in Ft. Bragg, N.C. on Feb. 16, 1970.
Siegel Stephen S. Mr.

First name also appears spelled as Steven.  Defense lawyer for Jeffrey MacDonald, ca. 1980.
Sigmon Eddie R. Mr.

Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal, Eastern District of North Carolina, ca. 1979.  Made the personnel assignments for transport of Helena Stoeckley from Pickering County Jail in Pickering, S.C. to the Wake County Jail, Raleigh, N.C. on Aug. 15, 1979.  Government witness at Sept. 2012 evidentiary hearing.
Silas Francis Mr.

Per Ted Gunderson, worked in FBI Laboratory serology unit (1965-1972).
Silberman James H. "Jim" Mr.

Former editor in chief and publisher of the Random House Adult Trade division.  President and editor in chief (1976-1991) of Summit Books, a division of Simon & Schuster.
Silverglate Harvey A. Mr. Harvey Silverglate (Photo: wbur.org)
Harvey Silverglate
Photo: wbur.org


Born May 10, 1942.  Per Jeffrey MacDonald, was hired as defense attorney following the denial of MacDonald's 1984 motions for post-trial relief.
Silverman Hirsch Lazaar Mr.

Ca. 1915 - Aug. 29, 2014.  Clinical and forensic psychologist, and a leading educator in the fields of psychology, behavioral sciences, mental health and education for over 40 years.  With James A. Brussel, examined Jeffrey MacDonald for the government on Aug. 13, 1979.
Simmons Sara A. Ms.

First name also appears misspelled as Sarah.  In 1974, began assisting Bernard Segal in representing Jeffrey MacDonald, and was present when FBI photographs of MacDonald's body were taken.  Attorney; member of the California Bar since 1979.
Simpson Orenthal James "O.J." Mr. Orenthal James Simpson, 1990
Orenthal James Simpson, 1990


Born July 9, 1947.  Former football player and actor.  Acquitted in 1995 of the 1994 murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman.  Lost a civil suit for their wrongful deaths in 1997.  Found guilty in 2008 of numerous felonies, including armed robbery and kidnapping.  Currently serving a 33-year sentence at Lovelock Correctional Center in Lovelock, Nevada.
Sinclair John Jr. Mr.

Known associate of Neil Keith Braswell, ca. 1971.
Singer Norman J. Mr.

Authored Statutes and Statutory Construction.
Singletary Hobart M. Mr.

Grand Juror.
Singletary Mr.

Juror at 1979 trial of Jeffrey MacDonald.
Sisnerios Juanita Mrs.

Last name also appears misspleed as Sisneros.  Ca. 1971, worked at The Manor, a ministry and halfway house in Fayetteville, N.C.
Sizelove Sheree Ms.

Referred to by her actual name in the original version of Joe McGinniss's book Fatal Vision (pub. 1983); referred to as Candy Kramer in the 2012 re-release.  Became the girlfriend of Jeffrey MacDonald in the fall of 1978, while MacDonald was living in Huntington Beach, CA.  Ca. May 1979, became an American Airlines stewardess, and attended the dinner given by "Jeff's Friends" and the Long Beach Police Officers Association on June 18, 1979.  In May 1981, MacDonald told Joe Mcginniss that he and Sizelove were no longer seeing each other.
Skinner Cornelia Otis Ms. Cornelia Otis Skinner (1955)
Cornelia Otis Skinner (1955)


May 30, 1899 - July 9, 1979.  American author and actress.
Slate William K. II Mr.

Clerk, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, ca. 1975.
Slater Bruce H. Mr.

CID Criminal Investigator, ca. 1970.  During the CID investigation, statements were received from Slater and other individuals covering interviews of friends and/or former neighbors and acquaintances of Jeffrey and/or Colette MacDonald.
Sluda Marva Ms.

Shift supervisor at Oconee County Detention Center, S.C., ca. 1982, where Ernest Davis was incarcerated.
Smedes

Reference is to State v. Cicely, 13 Smedes and Marshall, 292 (1894).
Smith

Per Bernard Segal, was a psychologist at University of Virginia Medical School, ca. 1971.
Smith Brian F. Mr.

Administered oath re: witness statement in 1972.
Smith Cathy Ann Miss

See Smith, Kathy Ann.
Smith Charles B. Mr.

MP on duty (Specialist Four) who recorded information re: Jeffrey MacDonald's 1970 confinement in the BOQ.
Smith Dwight E. Mr.

Born 1946, per Errol Morris.  See also "Eddie" may be same person.  AKA: Smitty, ZigZag/Zig Zag.  Acquaintance of Helena Stoeckley, and named by defense as a member of the "Stoeckley group."  Described by Errol Morris in 2012 as being a drug counselor in Fayetteville, N.C.
Smith Francis K.

Notary Public, circa 1984.
Smith Frank Lee Mr. Frnak Lee Smith
Frnak Lee Smith


1947 - Jan. 30, 2000.  Died in prison during the legal battle over whether he was entitled to DNA testing re: his Jan. 31, 1986 conviction for the April 14, 1985 rape and murder of an 8-year-old.  Exonerated Dec. 15, 2000, eleven months after his death, based on DNA testing which identified Eddie Lee Mosley as the true perpetrator.
Smith Geraldine Ms.

One of two "psychics" from Canada hired by Ted Gunderson, ca. 1980.  Determined by FBI agent Homer Young to be a "hoax."
Smith Gialda G. Ms.

Grand Juror.
Smith John R. Mr.

Born March 27, 1948 and resident of Dogwood Mobile Home Park, per Fred Bost.  One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Smith Kathy Ann or Elizabeth Miss

First name also appears spelled as Cathy.  Middle name appears as both Ann and Elizabeth.  With Dianne Cazares, shared an apartment with Helena Stoeckley, ca. 1970.  Loaned Stoeckley a blonde wig, which Stoeckley frequently wore but ceased wearing after Feb. 17, 1970.
Smith Lyle B. Mr.

Criminal Investigator, ca. 1971.  Worked in conjunction with Suffolk County Police (NY) regarding members of the New York Four and John Charles Hampson.
Smith Marjorie "Margie" Ms.

No description available.
Smith Melinda Mary Ms.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Smith Michael Mr.

With Richard H. Rahe, Merle Meyer, George Kjaer and Thomas H. Holmes, co-authored "Social Stress and Illness Onset," 8 Journal of Psychosomatic Research 35 (1964).
Smith Norman B. Mr. Norman B. Smith (Photo: sjrclaw.com)
Norman B. Smith
Photo: sjrclaw.com


Attorney; local counsel for Jeffrey MacDonald's defense, ca. 1990-1991.
Smith Virginia H. Ms.

AKA: Virginia H. Highsmith-Smith.  Coordinator of five-county drug education program and treatment program at Sandhills Mental Health Center, Pinehurst, N.C. (1974-1979).  In Feb. 1977, saw Helena Stoeckley twice on an out-patient basis.
Smith Wade Marvin Mr. Wade Smith, 1979 (left) and in later years
Wade Smith, 1979 (left) and in later years


Attorney; defense co-counsel for Jeffrey MacDonald (1979).  Filed motion to withdraw on Oct. 18, 2011.  Represented James Blackburn in State v. Blackburn (ca. 1992-1993).  Defense witness at Sept. 2012 evidentiary hearing.  More
Smith-Taylor Merlene

USSC Deputy Clerk, ca. 1997.
"Smitty"

See Smith, Dwight Edwin.
Snee Joseph M. Mr.

With August Kenneth Pye, co-authored Status of Forces Agreement and Criminal Jurisdiction (1957).
Snyder Janet "Jan" Mrs.

Née Locklear.  AKA: Jan Ault (after remarriage), Janice Dobbs, and Sean Janet Locklear Ault.  Wife of Kenneth Robert Snyder in Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. 1970.  Claimed to have seen a car on Feb. 21 or Feb. 22, 1970, carrying two young boys whom she thought had a gun.
Snyder Kenneth Robert Mr.

Husband of Jan Snyder.
Snyder Richard Elliot "Dick" Mr.

Born 1933.  American publishing executive, described by some as a "brutal boss" and a "brilliant publisher."  Began working at Simon & Schuster in 1960, serving as President (1975-1986), CEO (1978-1994), and Chairman (1986-1994).  Fired June 14, 1994; per The New York Times, this was "attributed by officials at Viacom to a difference in styles."  Ca. 1981, Freddy Kassab drafted a letter to Snyder, which began, "Sir: I have a story I think needs telling and feel would make an excellent book..."
Sobeloff Simon Ernest Mr. Simon E. Sobeloff
Simon E. Sobeloff


Dec. 3, 1894 - July 11, 1973.  Chief judge, Maryland Court of Appeals (1952-1954).  U.S. Solicitor General (1954-1956).  Appointed judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in 1956; became chief judge in 1958, serving in that capacity until his death.
Somers Clifford L. Mr. Clifford L. Somers
Clifford L. Somers


Born Dec. 27, 1940.  U. S. Army Special Forces (enlisted; 1961-1965).  Admitted to U. S. Court of Military Appeals in 1968.  Captain, U. S. Army JAG Corps 18th Airborne Corps and Ft Bragg, N.C. (1968-1972).  Counsel for the government at Jeffrey MacDonald's 1970 Article 32 military hearing.  Full time military judge (1971-1972).  Admitted to U. S. District Court, Middle District of Florida in 1972.  Civil trial attorney in Tampa, Florida (1972-2014).
Somerville George A. Mr. George A. Somerville (Photo: Harman Claytor)
George A. Somerville
Photo: Harman Claytor


Born 1951.  Attorney, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; filed notice of appearance June 15, 2010 re: Amici Curiae brief for Jeffrey MacDonald.  Joined the firm of Harman Claytor in Nov. 2015.
Sonberg Larry Mr.

Fayetteville, N.C. Police Officer, ca. 1970.  With P. E. Beasley, arrested Allen Mazerolle Jan. 29, 1970.
Sonderson Joan Green Ms. Joan Sonderson (Photo: BBC documentary "False Witness" [1989])
Joan Sonderson
Photo: BBC documentary False Witness (1989)


First name also appears misspelled as Joe.  Waitress at Shute Drive Inn restaurant, Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. 1970.  In 1983, claimed to have seen what Jeffrey MacDonald's defense team maintained was the so-called "Stoeckley group" at the drive-in on Feb. 17, 1970 between 8:00-9:00 a.m.
Sosa Gail Ms.

Friend of Dianne Hedden Cazares, ca. 1970.
Sosa Judy Ms.

Notary Public, Cumberland County, N.C., ca. 1976.
Sotomayor Sonia Maria Ms. Sonia Sotomayor
Sonia Sotomayor


Born June 25, 1954.  Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, serving since August 2009.
Souter David Hackett Mr. David Souter
David Souter


Born Sept. 17, 1939.  Retired Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (Oct. 9, 1990 - June 29, 2009).
Souther John David "J. D." Mr. J. D. Souther
J. D. Souther


Born Nov. 2, 1945.  American musician, singer-songwriter, and actor.  Co-write the Eagles' number-one hit, "Heartache Tonight," the lyrics to which were used in Joe McGinniss's book Fatal Vision.
Spaeder Roger C. Mr. Roger C. Spaeder (Photo: zuckerman.com [cropped])
Roger C. Spaeder
Photo: zuckerman.com (cropped)


Attorney at law firm Zuckerman Spaeder.  Associated with Jeffrey MacDonald's defense, ca. 1990-1998.
Spahn

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, was a lieutenant who witnessed Dennis Eisman being injured during forced taking of hair samples from MacDonald on July 20, 1970.
Spalding Robert P. Mr.

Joined the FBI in 1971 as an investigative agent.  In 1975 began teaching forensic serology at the Forensic Science Research and Training Center, FBI Academy in Quantico, VA.  Expert in bloodstain pattern analysis.
Sparkman Louise Borowicz Ms.

Notary Public, Minnesota, ca. 2011.
Spears

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, was a sergeant, ca. 1969-1970, who was aware that MacDonald was taking possession of drugs belonging to the Army.
Sperlich Peter W. Mr.

Professor of Statistics at the University of California at Berkeley, ca. 1975.  Testified for the defense regarding the grand jury selection process.
Spessert Willard A. Mr.

CID Special Agent, Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. 1970.
Spessert Vernon Mr.

Last name also appears spelled as Spesert.  CID Criminal Investigator, ca. 1970.
Spillane Frank Morrison "Mickey" Mr. Mickey Spillane (1974) and the cover from his book, Kiss Me, Deadly, which Jeffrey MacDonald claimed to have been reading at 1:00-2:00 a.m. on the morning of the murders
Mickey Spillane (1974) and the cover from his book, Kiss Me, Deadly, which Jeffrey MacDonald claimed to have been reading at 1:00-2:00 a.m. on the morning of the murders


March 9, 1918 - July 17, 2006.  American author of crime novels, many featuring his signature detective character, Mike Hammer.
Spinelli Ann Ms.

Apparently designed cover of Joe McGinnis's Fatal Vision.
Springer Gerald Norman "Jerry" Mr. Jerry Springer, 2011
Jerry Springer, 2011


Born Feb. 13, 1944.  Former mayor of Cincinnati, Ohio and host of the television tabloid talk show, The Jerry Springer Show.
Springs Nathan Mr.

Per Prince Beasley, was a Fayetteville resident, ca. 1970, who gave Beasley a statement about Helena Stoeckley and Ernest Davis hitchhiking.
Spritzer Ralph S. Mr. Ralph Spritzer
Ralph Spritzer


Ca. 1918 - Jan. 16, 2011.  Last name also shown misspelled as Spitzer.  Attorney; co-counsel with Bernard Segal when the Jeffrey MacDonald case was heard for the second time in the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in 1980.
Sprouse James Marshall "Jim" Mr. James Marshall Sprouse (Photo: West Virginia & Regional History Collection)
James Marshall Sprouse
Photo: West Virginia & Regional History Collection


Dec. 3, 1923 - July 3, 2004.  Federal judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, receiving commission Sept. 13, 1979.  Assumed senior status Oct. 31, 1992, and served in that capacity until his retirement on July 31, 1995.
Squires Hugh McLean Mr.

Feb. 4, 1925 - July 7, 1991.  Ca. 1970, was GS-9 and Pictorial Officer, Post Signal Division, Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Communications and Electronics, Ft. Bragg, N.C.  Second photographer to arrive at the crime scene on Feb. 17, 1970, after James Alexander.
Stahl Charles J. III Mr. Charles J. Stahl III
Charles J. Stahl III


Ca. 1931 - March 1, 2016.  U.S. Navy's first forensic pathologist (1962).  Chief, U.S. Navy Military Environmental Pathology Division, ca. 1970-1972; retired as Captain in 1980.  Later served as Chief of Laboratory Service at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Johnson City, TN, Assistant Chief Medical Examiner, Professor of Pathology at East Tennessee State University, Chief of Staff of the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Dayton, OH, and Deputy Medical Inspector for the Department of Veterans Affairs.  Also served as Armed Forces Medical Examiner, Washington, DC (1992-1996).
Stan

May be alias; or, per Ray Shedlick (1985), may be Jackie Don Wolverton.  May also be Stanley Warmbrod.  Referred to by P.E. Beasley as "Stan the Doctor."
Standaert Frank G. Mr. Frank G. Standaert (Photo: pharmacology.georgetown.edu)
Frank G. Standaert
Photo: pharmacology.georgetown.edu


Assumed the chair in Pharmacology at Georgetown University Medical Center in 1967.  In 1987. was vice-president for academic affairs, Dean of the School of Medicine at the Medical College of Ohio.
Starkings Karen Ms.

Court reporter, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of North Carolina, ca. 1984.
Steffen

With Falknor, co-authored "Evidence of Character: From the Crucible of the Community to the Couch of the Psychiatrist," 102 Univ. of Pa. Law Review (1954).
Stein Adam Mr. Adam Stein (Photo: Law firm of Ferguson, Stein, Chambers, Gresham & Sumter)
Adam Stein
Photo: Law firm of Ferguson, Stein, Chambers, Gresham & Sumter


See also Stein, Steve; may be same person.  Attorney for Dr. Robert Sadoff.  Founding partner of the law firm Ferguson, Stein, Chambers, Gresham & Sumter.
Stein Steve Mr.

See also Stein, Adam; may be same person.  Per Bernard Segal, in 1982 Segal sent a letter to Stein, "which implements the discussions we had at T. I. [Terminal Island prison] on Monday night [April 19, 1982]."
Steinbrenner George Michael III Mr. George Steinbrenner
George Steinbrenner


July 4, 1930 - July 13, 2010.  American businessman who was the principal owner and managing partner of Major League Baseball's New York Yankees.
Stephens Melinda Ms.

Author of I Accuse: The Torturing of an American Hero.
Stern Marian Ms.

Wife of Robert Kent Stern.  Friend of Dorothy and "Mac" MacDonald, Jack McLeod Andrews and Mary Jean Cameron Andrews.
Stern Robert Kent Mr.

Husband of Marian Stern.  Friend of Jack McLeod Andrews and Mary Jean Cameron Andrews.  Became a close personal friend of Dorothy and "Mac" MacDonald, ca. 1949.  Arranged for psychiatric care for Jay MacDonald.  In August 1970, three months before telling Freddy Kassab the same story, Jeffrey MacDonald told Stern that he had found and killed one of the "intruders" who had killed his family.
Steve

See also Timothy Steven Clark and Steven Lee Forrest; may be same person.  One of many people about whom Cathy Perry was questioned.
Stevens John Paul Mr. John Paul Stevens
John Paul Stevens


Born April 20, 1920.  Associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (Dec. 19, 1975 - June 29, 2010).
Stevens Theodore Fulton "Ted" Sr. Mr. Ted Stevens
Ted Stevens


Nov. 18, 1923 - Aug. 9, 2010.  U.S. Senator for Alaska (Dec. 24, 1968 - Jan. 3, 2009).  Convicted in Oct. 2008 of making false financial statements.
Stevenson Cowles Mr.

Mildred Kassab's first husband; father of Colette and Robert Stevenson.
Stevenson (assumed) Greg Mr.

Born in 1961.  Son of Vivian and Robert Stevenson.
Stevenson Robert C. "Bob" Mr. Bob Stevenson
Bob Stevenson


Born 1939 to Edward Cowles Stevenson and Mildred Stevenson (later known as Mildred Kassab).  Brother of Colette MacDonald and stepson of Alfred "Freddy" Kassab.  Husband of Vivian "Pep" Stevenson; father of a son named Greg and a daughter.  In Sept. 2012 was working as a pastor's assistant.
Stevenson Vivian "Pep" Mrs. Vivian Stevenson
Vivian Stevenson


Name also appears misspelled as Bonnie Stephanson.  Wife of Robert "Bob" Stevenson and sister-in-law of Colette MacDonald.  Mother of a son named Greg and a daughter.
Stewart Potter Mr. Potter Stewart, 1976
Potter Stewart, 1976


Jan. 23, 1915 - Dec. 7, 1985.  Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1958-1981).
Stinebaugh Donald R. Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Stines Bill Mr.

Apparently submitted affidavit with regard to supervising and directing a scientifically based sampling of the jury pool.
Stites Elaine Ms.

AKA: "Tinkerbell," "Tinkerbelle."  Described as associating with Helena Stoeckley and Stoeckley's friends.  Per Charles Keith Bowen, "Tinkerbell" was 14 or 15 years old, "wore a large hat and tried to look hippie, with the head band."
Stock Fred Mr.

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, was warden at Terminal Island Federal Penitentiary where MacDonald was once incarcerated.  Ca. July 1988, becamse warden at Bastrop Federal Correctional Institution, TX.
Stoeckley Clarence Francis Mr.

1920 - Feb. 2002.  Former Lt. Col. and father of Helena Stoeckley.
Stoeckley Clarence Jr. Mr. Clarence Stoeckley Jr., 1968
Clarence Stoeckley Jr., 1968


Helena Stoeckley's twin brother.
Stoeckley Eugene B. "Gene" Mr.

Born 1959, per Errol Morris.  Helena Stoeckley's younger brother.
Stoeckley Eugene B. "Gene" Mrs,

Wife of Eugene "Gene" Stoeckley.
Stoeckley Helena Werle Davis Ms. Helena Stoeckley: (l-r) 1968, ca. 1970-1971, and 1979
Helena Stoeckley: (l-r) 1968, ca. 1970-1971, and 1979


June 7, 1952 - Jan. 9, 1983.  Last name also appears misspelled as Stoeckly, Stockley, and Stokeley.  AKA: Helena Werele, Helena Worlie Stoeckley, Margie Worlie Raynor, Helena Foster, Helena Forrester, Helen, Mary, and Mary White.  Referred to in Jeffrey MacDonald's notes as H.S.  Named by the defense as a suspect in the MacDonald murders, and alleged by defense to have been the unidentified woman MP Kenneth Mica claimed to have seen on Feb. 17, 1970.  Married Ernest Davis in 1980.  More
Stoeckley Helena Werle Sr. Mrs.

1920 - Feb. 2, 2009.  AKA: "Lena" Stoeckley and, in some case documents, "the elder Helena Stoeckley."  Werle also appears spelled as Werele.  Helena Stoeckley's mother.
Stoeckley Saharishad Ms.

Helena Stoeckley's older sister.
Stokes

Referred to by Bernard Segal (1979 MacDonald trial closing argument) as a witness who testified about seeing MPs and other people at the crime scene in 1970.
Stombaugh Paul Morgan Mr. Paul Stombaugh, circa Aug. 7, 1979
Paul Stombaugh, circa Aug. 7, 1979


Ca. 1927 - June 15, 2002.  Last name also appears misspelled as Stahlbaum and Steinbraug.  Per Ted Gunderson, identified by FBI code intitals "JV"; initials also appear as "PMS."  FBI forensic examiner; served with the FBI for 26 years as a Special Agent, retiring in 1976.  Examined hairs and fibers in the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Stombaugh Paul Jr. (assumed) Mr.

First name may be Paul, Jr.  Son of FBI examiner Paul Stombaugh.  On Feb. 25, 1996, Jeffrey MacDonald wrote, "We have found a book involving CIA Operations in which it turns out that a terrible mistake made by Stombaugh's son (also named Paul, I believe) caused the excecution death of a CIA Operative in Moscow during the Cold War.  While Paul Sr. was lying about the MacDonald case, his son was getting CIA agents killed in Russia.  I view that information in the same nasty bucket of slop wherein resides the disbarrment of so many MacDonald prosecutors."
Stone David Mr.

Inmate at the U.S. Penitentiary in Florence, Colorado, who was stabbed to death by fellow inmate Mark Jordan on June 3, 1999.
Stone Michael H. Mr.

Doctor; testified during Jeffrey MacDonald's 1987 civil suit against Joe McGinniss.
Stone Victor Mr. Victor Stone
Victor Stone


Attorney; U.S. Dept. of Justice, ca. 1991.  Special Counsel, U.S. Dept. of Justice (Feb. 1993 - Feb. 2013).  General Counsel, D.C. Corrections Trustee (April 1998 - Sept. 2002).  Chief Counsel, FBI Foreign Terrorist Task Force (Sept. 2002 - June 2005).  Victims's Counsel, Maryland Crime Victims' Resource Center, Inc. as of March 2013.
Stoner Kathy Ms.

Alleged by Toni Annette Turner to have been a friend of Helena Stoeckley's, ca. 1970.
Stout Evelyn E.

Author of Introduction to Textiles.
Stowe

SSG, ca. 1970.
Straub William Henry Mr.

Major, ca. 1970.  Medical officer on duty at Womack Army Hospital Emergency Room, Feb. 17, 1970; first doctor to treat Jeffrey MacDonald.
Strickland Brenda Ms.

Management and Program Analyst, U.S. Dept. of Justice, U.S. Marshals Service, District of South Carolina.  Point of contact re: detention files of Helena Stoeckley.
Strom Joseph Preston "Pete" Mr.

July 31, 1918 - Dec. 14, 1987.  Chief of the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) from 1956 until his death.
Strope Daniel Mr.

MP; SP4.  Circa Feb. 16-17, 1970, was partner on patrol with SP4 John Sellick.
Stroud James T. Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Stroad.  Assistant U.S. Attorney, Eastern District of North Carolina.  Filed notice of appearance as counsel in the Jeffrey MacDonald case ca. Sept. 1975, and served as co-counsel with Victor Woerheide during grand jury proceedings.
Studer Rudolph A. "Rudy" Mr.

Last name also shown spelled as Studor, and misspelled as Struder and Stouter.  Lt., Fayetteville Police Dept., ca. 1970.  Used Helena Stoeckley as an informant and later turned her over to P. E. Beasley.
Stuftt (illegible) Susan Ms.

No description available.  Signature appears on Greg Mitchell's army records.
Styles Pirtia

Secretary to Mile Hoffman (ATF), ca. 1975.
Suarez John M. Mr.

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at UCLA, ca. 1967.  Authored "A Critique of the Psychiatrist's Role as Expert Witness," Journal of Forensic Sciences (April 1967).
Sudor Mr.

Last name also appears (apparently misspelled) as Studer.  Per Paul Connolly, was the owner of Commercial Polygraphs Service, Fayetteville, N.C., ca. 1982.
Sue

Clerk, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of North Carolina, Western Division, ca. 2011.
Sullivan Mr.

Per James Douthat, was a Captain associated with XVIII Corps JAG, ca. 1970.
Sullivan L. B. Mr.

Commissioner of Alabama State Prisons, Montgomery, Alabama, ca. 1971.
Suratt Samuel T. Mr.

Ca. 1933 - Oct. 27, 2014.  Former Archivist of CBS News.  From 1969 to 1991, oversaw and managed the transformation of all CBS News information resources to digital format.
Surrett Dale Mr.

Roommate of Everett Morse, ca. 1973.
Sutherland Scottie Mr.

Last name also appears spelled as Suterland.  Per John Donald Sutton, was a CID agent, but per Franz Grebner, there was no such person in the Post CID or Provost Marshal Investigation Section, and had not been within the last year prior to Sutton's 1970 testimony.
Sutton John III Mr.

Grand Juror.
Sutton John Donald Mr.

In 1970 was a resident of Spring Lake, N.C.  Claimed to have seen a hippie group and a hippie girl supposedly carrying a candle in Rick's Lounge in Fayetteville, N.C. on Feb. 17, 1970.
Sutton Richard O. Mr.

Major and doctor.  Former acquaintance of Jeffrey MacDonald's.
Svensson

With Dr. Wendall, Dr. Svensson wrote textbook entitled Techniques of Crime Scene Investigation.
Sweeney, John J. Mr.

SP6; 1st PSYOP Unit.
"Sweety"

Per Prince Beasley, was a drug dealer and acquaintance of Helena Stoeckley's, ca. 1970.
Sykes Deborah Mrs. Deborah Sykes
Deborah Sykes


Murdered Aug. 10, 1984.  Darryl Hunt was wrongfully convicted of the crime, and was exonerated in 2004 after serving more than 19 years in prison.
Syrus (phonetic) Larry Mr.

Associated with Bruce Fowler, ca. 1970.
Szmolka Peggy Ms.

Worked at Fort Gordon CIL.


Taberlet Pierre Mr.

Authored Reliable genotyping of samples with very low DNA quantities using PCR, Nucleic Acid Research, 1996.
Tackaberry Thomas H. Mr. Thomas H. Tackaberry
Thomas H. Tackaberry


Born Sept. 6, 1923.  Served in the U.S. Army Reserve (1942-1943); the U.S. Army as Lt. General (Commander, XVIII Airborn Corps) at Ft. Bragg, N.C. (1943-1981).  Veteran of WWII (1942-1945); the Cold War (1945-1981); the Korean War (1952-1953), and the Vietnam War (1966-1967, 1969-1970).
Talley James C. Mr.

Notary Public, ca. 1990.
Tarpley Thomas McKee Mr. Thomas M. Tarpley
Thomas M. Tarpley


Born July 4, 1922.  Commanding General, 101st Airborne Division (Airmobile), February 1971 - April 1972.
Tart Lee W. Mr.

Retired Deputy U.S. Marshal; served as such for 29 years, and was serving as a U.S. Marshal circa 1979.
Tate Paul Mr.

Colonel.  Father of Sharon Tate.
Tate Sharon Ms. Sharon Tate
Sharon Tate


Jan. 24, 1943 - Aug. 9, 1969.  American actress and sex symbol.  Daughter of Doris and Paul Tate.  Married film director Roman Polanski in 1968.  Murdered by members of the group known as the Manson Family.
Taylor Barbara Ms.

Submitted affidavit, assumed ca. 1991.
Taylor Eddie Lee Mr.

Defendant in U.S. v. Taylor, 482 F.2d 136 (4th Cir. 1973).
Taylor John Mr.

Per Fred Bost, was a Lt. Col. associated with the public affairs office in CID headquarters at Alexandria, VA, ca. 1979.
Taylor Kathy Ms.

First name also appears spelled as Cathy.  Referred to as one of two "psychics" from Canada hired by Ted Gunderson, ca. 1980.  Per Gunderson, Taylor was not a psychic but was an administrative assistant to psychic Geraldine Smith.
Taylor Mike Mr.

Ca. 1982, was partners with Dan Wigutow, producer of the television movie Fatal Vision, which aired nationwide on Nov. 18 and 19, 1984.  Per McGinniss (Feb. 1983), the partnership later dissolved.
Taylor Nancy C. Miss

See also Nancy; may be same person.  AKA Carol Taylor; Carol may be middle name.  Per Laura Smith (AKA: Jane Neuman; Laura Jane Riddle Smith), was an acquaintance of Neil Keith Braswell, ca. 1970.
Taylor Richard "Rick" Mr.

Sgt., ca. 1970, and brother of Rodney Taylor.  Acquaintance of Greg Mitchell and Shelby Don Harris, assumed ca. 1969.
Taylor Rodney Mr.

Sgt., ca. 1970, and brother of Richard "Rick" Taylor.
Taylor Sherrie Louise Ms.

See also Sher and Sherry; may be same person.  One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Taylor William W. III Mr. William W. Taylor III (Photo: Zuckerman Spaeder [cropped])
William W. Taylor III
Photo: Zuckerman Spaeder (cropped)


Attorney at law firm Zuckerman Spaeder.  Associated with Jeffrey MacDonald's defense, ca. 1990, re: input on selection of candidates to accompany defense to possible meeting with Dept. of Justice re: attempt to get the DOJ to "confess error."
Temple Thomas P. Mr.

CID Criminal Investigator, ca. 1970.
Tenaglia

Major; acting chief of the Psychiatric section of Womack Army Hospital, ca. 1970.
Terranova Jean Marie Ms. Jean Terranova
Jean Terranova


Attorney with law firm of Silverglate & Good, ca. 1999.
Terrell Cader Cothren Mr.

Aug. 16, 1918 - April 15, 1999.  Col. and Deputy Installation Commander, Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. 1970.
Terry Carolyn Mrs.

See Landen, Janie Carolyn.
Tevere Richard Dennis Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Trevor.  Middle initial also wrongly shown as C.  Military Policeman (MP) and Sgt., ca. 1970.  Partner of Mario D'Amore, and first to enter the MacDonald murders crime scene.
Thatch Zachariah W. Mr.

Killed with an axe on May 15, 1895 by George Wilson, his traveling companion.  Reference in the Jeffrey MacDonald case is to Wilson v. U.S., 162 U.S. 613 (1896).
Thaxton Dorothy S. Ms.

Grand Juror.
Thevis Michael George Mr.

Added to the FBI's Most Wanted Fugitives list July 10, 1978.  Arrested Nov. 9, 1978 in Bloomfield, CT, by FBI agents and local police.  Was called "The King of Pornography"; Per Jeffrey MacDonald, was known as "the Porno King of the South," and formerly occupied the cell given to MacDonald at the federal penitentury in Atlanta, GA.
Thoday Alan Mr.

Per Dr. Frishman, helped to found National Hair Technologies and allegedly spoke with him about the use of saran in wigs.
Thoesen Mary Judith "Judy" Mrs.

Lt. and CPT, ca. 1970.  Wife of Richard Thosesen.  Per Jeffrey MacDonald, the Thoesens were among his best friends.
Thoesen Richard Craig Mr.

Lt.  Husband of Mary Judith Thosen.  Per Jeffrey MacDonald, the Thoesens were among his best friends.
Thomas Mr.

District Court judge who dismissed indictment in U.S. v. Oppenheimer on Oct. 1, 1914.
Thomas Bob "Okie" Mr.

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, was an inmate orderly at the federal penitentary in Atlanta, GA.
Thomas Clarence Mr. Clarence Thomas
Clarence Thomas


Born June 23, 1948.  Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, assuming office Oct. 23, 1991.
Thomas Joe Mr.

Per Dr. Frishman, associated with Consolidated Millinery, New York, NY.
Thomas Margaret Ms.

Associated with Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, ca. 2014.
Thompson Carolyn C. Ms.

Notary Public, Orange County, N.C., ca. 2012.
Thompson Dennis A. Mr.

E-2; 1st PSYOP Unit.
Thompson F. Robert Mr.

Per Mario Ferrari, was a U.S. Navy captain under whom Ferrari once served.
Thompson William deForest Mr.

Oct. 24, 1942 - March 8, 2015.  Middle name also wrongly appears as DeForrest; per online obituary records, appears as deForest.  Former Captain, U.S. Army, Judge Advocate General Corps, 82nd Airborne Division, Ft. Bragg, N.C.  Served as defense counsel during preparation for Jeffrey MacDonald's 1970 Article 32 hearing, then served as counsel for the prosecution.  Described in obituary as becoming "one of the nation's preeminent trial lawyers."
Thomure C. Andrew Mr.

In 2005 was the assigned FBI case agent in the investigation of claims in the affidavit of Jimmy Britt.  After his departure, was replaced by FBI SA James Cheroke.
Thornburgh Richard Lewis "Dick" Mr. Richard Lewis Thornburgh
Richard Lewis Thornburgh


Born July 16, 1932.  American lawyer and politician.  In 1975, President Gerald Ford tapped him to serve as the Assistant Attorney General for the Justice Department's Criminal Division.  Also served as the 41st Governor of Pennsylvania (1979-1987), and as the 76th U.S. Attorney General (1988-1991).
Thornhill Mr.

Juror in the 1979 trial of Jeffrey Macdonald.
Thornton John I. Mr. John Thornton
John Thornton


Last name also appears misspelled as Thorton.  Defense expert witness in the area of forensic science and criminalistics, with particular emphasis on blood identification, typing, and staining, fabric impressions, fabric damage, and identification of urine.  Testified at Jeffrey MacDonald's 1979 criminal trial.  Per Thornton, he ceased active involvment in the case in 1981.
Thrasher Alice Ms.

Staff writer for Fayetteville Observer newspaper.
Tibbs Terry D. Mr.

Investigator; Det. A, 5th MP Gp (CI); Fort Sheridan, Illinois, ca. 1970.
Tigar Lionel Mr. Lionel Tigar
Lionel Tigar


Born 1937.  Former Professor of Law, University of Southern California.  Submitted affidavit in U.S. v. Ahmad, Criminal No. 14950 (M.D.PA. 1969) re: electronic surveillance.
Tiller Margaret K. Miss

Associated with American Airlines, Los Angeles, CA, ca. 1972.
Tillson Mr.

CID agent; reported on surveillance of Jeffrey MacDonald in California, ca. Dec. 1971.
Tinkerbelle

See Elaine.
Tobin William A. Mr.

Former FBI Special Agent and metallurgist.  In 1997, was referred to by Jeffrey MacDonald's defense as contending that Michael Malone testified inaccurately in other cases.
Todd Joyce Ms.

Associated with U.S. District Court for Eastern District of North Carolina, ca. 1984-1991.
Toledo Frank M. Mr.

Criminal Investigator.  Among other activities, on April 21, 1971, with CID agents Joseph Parker and Richard Mahon, went to a "safehouse" at 1905 Portland Ave., Nashville, TN, where Helena Stoeckley lived ca. 1970.  Took photographs of footprints, palm prints and fingerprints for the purpose of investigating Stoeckley.
Tolson John Jarvis III Mr. Lt. General John Tolson
Lt. General John Tolson


Oct. 22, 1915 - Dec. 2, 1991.  Lt. General in the U.S. Army; Commander, XVII Airborne Corps at Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. 1967-1968.  Commanding general of the 18th Airborne Corps (promoted to lieutenant general Aug. 1, 1968) and of Ft. Bragg (1968-1971); and deputy commanding general, Continental Army Command (1971-1973).
Tom

Alleged drug dealer and partner with Robert Murray Sanders, ca. 1970.
Tomawski Donna J. Ms.

Court reporter, Eastern District of North Carolina, ca. 1991.
Toney Steven Mr. Steven Toney
Steven Toney


Wrongly convicted April 8, 1983 of rape and sodomy; received a life sentence.  Exonerated July 16, 1996 after DNA testing excluded him as the perpetrator.
Tony

Assistant to R. J. Warren (4th Circuit), ca. 2015, per Jeffrey MacDonald.
Toohey Delbert C. Mr.

FBI Assistant Director, ca. 1989.
Tool Mr.

See also Tool, H. Warren Jr.; may be same person.  FBI Agent, ca. 1970.  Among other duties, debriefed and took statement of Hilyard Medlin re: the so-called "half-filled bloody syringe" that Jeffrey MacDonald's defense maintained had been found at the crime scene.
Tool H. Warren Jr. Mr.

See also Tool, Mr.; may be same person.  One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Torres Carlos Mr.

Born Oct. 11, 1931.  MP at Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. 1970.  Allegedly saw a blue van or Volkswagon at about 2:05 a.m. on Feb. 17, 1970, at the intersection of Honeycutt Rd. and Bragg Blvd.  In 1980, Ted Gunderson attempted to connect this incident to Bruce Fowler's blue Mustang, claiming that witness William Posey advised that he was "told by the Defense Attorneys that a Military Policeman noticed a blue Mustang on Honeycutt Street the night of the murders."
Totenberg Nina Ms. Nina Totenberg, 2013
Nina Totenberg, 2013


Born Jan. 14, 1944.  American legal affairs correspondent for National Public Radio (NPR).  From 1992 to 2013, was also a panelist on the syndicated TV political commentary show Inside Washington.
Tracy Dick Dick Tracy
Dick Tracy


Fictional detective appearing in the comic strip Dick Tracy, created by Chester Gould.  The character was originally named Plainclothes Tracy.  First appeared on Oct. 4, 1931 in the Detroit Mirror.  Gould continued to write and draw the strip until 1977.
Traynor Roger John Mr. Roger J. Traynor
Roger J. Traynor


Feb. 12, 1900 - May 14, 1983.  Associate Justice of the California Supreme Court (Aug. 13, 1940 - Sept. 1, 1964).  Chief Justice of California (Sept 1, 1964 - Feb. 2, 1970).
Treadway Charles Richard Franklin Mr. Charles Richard Franklin Treadway
Charles Richard Franklin Treadway


Oct. 16, 1939 - April 30, 2014.  Obtained psychiatric residency at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.  In 1973, became a member of the National Advisory Mental Health Council.  In 1975, became Associate Vice Chancellor for Medical Affairs at Vanderbilt University; left in 1979 to found Psychiatric Consultants.  Practiced psychiatry at The Treadway Clinic (1996-2002).  After retiring his medical practice, continued to provide psychiatric care to active-duty soldiers and veterans.  Per Helena Stoeckley, she "instigated the methadone program [at Vanderbilt University] with Dr. Richard Treadway."
Tripp Susan Ms.

Deputy Clerk, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of North Carolina, ca. 2015.
Trooper Trooper the pony with Kristen and Jeffrey MacDonald (left) and Kimberley MacDonald (right)
Trooper the pony with Kristen and Jeffrey MacDonald (left) and Kimberley MacDonald (right)


Shetland pony Jeffrey MacDonald bought for his daughters in Dec. 1969.
Trop Herman Mr.

Colonel.  CO, 3d MP Gp (CI), ca. 1970.
Trott Stephen S. Mr. Stephen S. Trott
Stephen S. Trott


Born Dec. 12, 1939.  U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California (1981-1983).  Assistant Attorney General, U.S. Dept. of Justice Criminal Division (1983-1986).  Associate Attorney General (1986-1988).  Became judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit on March 25, 1988, assuming senior status Dec. 31, 2004.
Troutt Mary E. Ms.

GS-4; 123d MP Det. (CI) APO SF, ca. 1971.  Witness to 1971 statement of Mary Carol Butner.
Truat Fred Mr.

Per Ted Gunderson, alleged by Helena Stoeckley to have been a Fayettevile, N.C. Police Dept. captain for whom she worked as an informant, ca. 1969.
Tucci Sharon L. Ms.

Notary Public, N.C., ca. 1984.
Tufts Henry H. Mr. Henry H. Tufts
Henry H. Tufts


Ca. 1918 - July 24, 2002.  Colonel, MPC; Commanding Officer, U.S. Army CID Agency, Washington, D.C., ca. 1971.  Directed planning in the 1960s for the recentralization of the Army's Criminal Investigation Command and headed it until 1975.
Tuiclage John Mr.

Last name partially illegible.  Father of William Edward Posey; accompanied Posey to police station on Aug. 16, 1970 to report break-in at Posey's residence.
Tuiclage John Mrs.

Last name partially illegible.  Wife of John Tuiclage (last name partially illegible) and mother-in-law of William Edward Posey.
Tungol Mary W. Ms.

With Edward G. Barnck and Akbar Montaser, authored Analysis of Single Polymer Fibers by Fourier Transform Infrared Microspectrophotometry: The Results of Case Studies.
Turbyfill Ralph Truitt Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Truby.  CID Agent and student fingerprint examiner, U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory, Ft. Gordon, GA, ca. 1970.  With Hilyard Medlin, dusted for prints at 544 Castle Dr., Ft. Bragg, N.C., and is credited with discovering bloody print on the Esquire magazine found in the living room.  Also attempted to obtain fingerprints from the bodies of Kimberley and Kristen MacDonald.
Turkel Bob Mr.

Doctor who provided medical consultation, ca. 1970, re: Greg Mitchell.
Turner Alvin A. Mr.

Sgt. First Class (SFC); father of Toni Annette Turner.  With his wife, was Helena Stoeckley's landlord at 1108 Clark St., Fayetteville, NC.
Turner Alvin Mrs.

Wife of Alvin A. Turner and mother of Toni Annette Turner.  With her husband, was Helena Stoeckley's landlord at 1108 Clark St., Fayetteville, NC.
Turner Keith A. Mr.

AKA: "Acie" Turner, per acquaintance George Howell; Turner denies being known by that name.  SSG, ca. 1969.  Claimed he did not know Jeffrey MacDonald, but did attend parties in the San Antonio, TX area with personnel from Ft. Bragg. N.C.
Turner Robert C. Mr.

E-2; A, SFTG (1969); described as "dope fiend."
Turner Toni Annette Miss

Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin A. Turner.  In 1971, provided limited information re: Helena Stoeckley.
Tuxbury F. K. Mr.

Subpoenaed Aug. 19, 1975 by the government to be a witness at trial.


UF (Unidentified Female)

Appears as "unidentified female voice in the background" in Ray Shedlick's 1983 interview of Vickie Freese.
Umansky Samuel Walter Mr.

Was employed during 1952-1958 as technical sales associate by Saran Yarns Company.
Underhill Charles Edward "Red" Mr. Charles "Red" Underhill (Photo: BBC documentary "False Witness" [1989])
Charles "Red" Underhill
Photo: BBC documentary False Witness (1989)


Friend of Helena Stoeckley and Jane Zillioux in Nashville, TN, ca. 1970.  One of the seven so-called Stoeckley witnesses to whom Helena Stoeckley made incriminating statements.
Upham Kenneth William Mr.

CW2, USA; Apprentice Document Examiner, ca. 1970.
Urbaniak Susan Mrs.

Long-time friend of Colette MacDonald's.  In a telephone conversation on Oct. 20, 1972, told Mildred Kassab that Colette had confided that she considered Carol Larson as a major rival and possible threat to her marriage.  Also related that Colette had once discovered Jeffrey MacDonald kissing another female at the MacDonald apartment in Chicago, IL,, and that Colette had kicked him in the shins.


Valiant (Prince) Prince Valiant
Prince Valiant


Prince Valiant in the Days of King Arthur, or simply Prince Valiant, is a long-running comic strip created by Hal Foster in 1937.
Van Buren Abigail Ms. Abigail Van Buren (Pauline Phillips), 1961
Abigail Van Buren (Pauline Phillips), 1961


July 4, 1918 - Jan. 16, 2013.  Pen name of Pauline Esther "Popo" Phillips (née Friedman), American advice columnist and radio show host who began the Dear Abby column in 1956.
Van de Kamp John K. Mr. John Van de Kamp, 2012
John Van de Kamp, 2012


Born Feb. 7, 1936.  Los Angeles County District Attorney (1975-1981), and 28th Attorney General of California (1983-1991).
Van Dyke Jon Markham Mr. Jon M. Van Dyke, 1964 graduation (left) and in later years
Jon M. Van Dyke, 1964 graduation (left) and in later years


April 29, 1943 - Nov. 29, 2011.  Taught at Catholic University Law School in Washington, D.C. (1967-1969) and Hastings College of Law at the University of California, San Francisco (1971-1976) before coming to teach at the University of Hawaii William S. Richardson School of Law in 1976.  Attorney on brief for Jeffrey MacDonald, 1975.
Van Giesen Joan F. Ms.

Grand Juror.
Van Hoofstat David E. O. Mr.

Co-authored DNA Typing of Fingerprings and Skin Debris: Sensitivity of Capillary Electrophoresis in Forensic Applications Using Multiplex PCR in proceedings of the 2nd European Symposum of Human Identification, 1998 (Promega, Innsbruck Austria).
van Oorschot Roland A. H. Mr.

With Maxwell K. Jones, authored DNA Fingerprints from Fingerprints, Nature (June 19, 1997).
VanderClute Sara Anne Ms.

Author/journalist.  Wrote Family Circle article about the Kassabs and the MacDonald murder case: "The Parents Who Won Justice For Their Daughter" (June 3, 1980).
Varley Joseph T. Mr.

FBI Special Agent, Los Angeles, CA, ca. 1982.  Interviewed Ted Gunderson on April 29, 1982; Gunderson told him he had erased the tape of the interview he had with Ernest Davis.
Vass Kenneth Steven Mr.

In March 1970 was in the Special Forces and engaged to Lynette Eaton.  Attended a "jump party" in San Antonio, TX, on Dec. 6, 1969, at which Jeffrey MacDonald was present.
Vaughn Currie N.

Per Randy Phillips, was a retired Presbyterian Chaplain at Ft. Bragg, N.C., living in Florida by 1984, who helped to start "The Manor," a halfway house in Fayetteville, N.C.
Vereen Dixie O. Ms.

Photographer for the Raleigh, N.C. News & Observer, ca. 1979.  Her photo of Jimmy Britt, Helena Stoeckley and Ernest Davis appeared in an article by staff writer Ginny Carroll on Aug. 17, 1979.
Verini Salvatore Mr.

Last name also shown spelled as Virini.  Criminal Investigator, ca. 1970.  During the CID investigation, statements were received from Verini and other individuals covering interviews of friends and/or former neighbors and acquaintances of Jeffrey and/or Colette MacDonald.
Vesely Georgia Ms.

Notary Public, Columbia County, GA, ca. 2009.
Viles Thomas C. Mr.

Attorney with Jeffrey MacDonald's defense team (Silverglate & Good), ca. 1991.
Villier James A. Mr. James A. Villier
James A. Villier


Doctor (M.D.) in Charlotte, N.C., specializing in internal medicine.  Alleged by Patricia Dennis (formerly Mitchell) in May 1984 to have told her "several years ago" that Greg Mitchell had a bad liver and might not live ten years.
Vinskey Wolfgang Mr.

1942 - Feb. 11, 2010.  CWO and CID Criminal Investigator, Ft. Devens, MA, ca. 1970.  During the CID investigation, statements were received from Vinskey and other individuals covering interviews of friends and/or former neighbors and acquaintances of Jeffrey and/or Colette MacDonald.  Later was a longstanding member of the American Polygraph Association, also serving on the APA Grievance Committee.
Violetti Leo J. Mr.

See also Violetti, Sern; may be same person.  Last name also appears misspelled as Viollette.  In 1970, was a Master Sgt. at Ft. Bragg, N.C., and testified at Jeffrey MacDonald's 1970 Article 32 hearing.
Violetti Sern

See also Violetti, Leo J.; may be same person.  Per Ron Harrison, may have been persent at the 1969 Thanksgiving dinner at the MacDonald apartment.
Vogenthaler Robert Loren Mr.

SP4; chemist, ca. 1971.  Duties included conducting examination of paint stains on the headboard and footboard of Kimberley MacDonald's bed.
Vossburg Grant Mr.

Per Debra Lee Harmon, was "of a Fayetteville newspaper," ca. 1979.


Waddington Thomas Mr.

Claims Officer, Ft. Bragg.
Wales Philip Skinner Mr.

Feb. 27, 1837 - Sept. 15, 1906.  Former Surgeon General of the U.S. Navy.  On March 2, 1885, was arrested and imprisoned in the District of Columbia; later was court martialed and found guilty of "neglect of duty and culpable inefficiency in the performance of duty."   Reference in the Jeffrey MacDonald case is to Wales v. Whitney, 114 U.S. 564 (1885).
Walker Mr.

Per Bernard Segal (May 1975), was a "Government agent" who testified "he had interviewed a number of persons in trying to connect up Mr. [Joseph E.] Lee in some fashion in this case."
Walker Douglas L. Mr.

SP4.  Former acquaintance of Neil Braswell's.  Said he did not believe Braswell's statements and felt them to be lies.
Walker Mickey Mr.

Per Barbara Daw, was a friend of hers and also an apparent friend of Mary Hardin when Hardin lived with Daw.
Walker (illegible) Ronald Mr.

No description available.  Signature appears on Greg Mitchell's army records.
Walker Thomas Gray Mr. Thomas G. Walker
Thomas G. Walker


Born 1964.  U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina (2011-2016).
Wallace Advil M.

Grand Juror.
Wallace John Clifford Mr. John Clifford Wallace
John Clifford Wallace


Born Dec. 11, 1928.  Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (June 28, 1972 - April 8, 1996); Chief Judge as of Jan. 31, 1991.  Reference in the Jeffrey MacDonald case is to Re Weir, 495 F.2d 979 (9th Cir., 1974) in which Wallace upheld the government's denial of surveillance.
Walsh Charles J. Mr. Charles J. Walsh
Charles J. Walsh


FBI Special Agent (1968-1998).
Walsh William C. Mr. William C. Walsh (Photo: bisceglieandwalsh.com [cropped])
William C. Walsh
Photo: bisceglieandwalsh.com (cropped)


Attorney; partner at Bisceglie & Walsh.  With Anthony Bisceglie, requested FOIA records on Jan. 14, 1993 on behalf of Jeffrey MacDonald.
Walters "June Bug"

Per P. E. Beasley, alleged by Helena Stoeckley (ca. 1970) to be an associate of Ike Atkinson and involved in smuggling of drugs in body cavities of deceased soldiers.
Walters Richard E. Mr.

Chaplain, ca. 1979.  Appears in reference to "Return of Subpoenas to Produce Document on Objects," July 26, 1979.
Walthall Lacy McClure Jr. Mr. Lacy McClure Walthall Jr.
Lacy McClure Walthall Jr.


April 18, 1924 - July 5, 2008.  First name also appears misspelled as Lacey; per obituary, correct spelling is Lacy.  Last name appears misspelled as Whitehall and Walthaw.  Former FBI Special Agent, Fayetteville, N.C.  Served the FBI for 27 years, spending the last 20 years as Special Agent, then became an internal auditor with Southern National Bank in Laurinburg, N.C.
Walthers Russel Mr.

Died Jan. 18, 1971.  In 1968, was a bartender in Santa Barbara, California, who accused a patron, Jerry Allen Arnold, of brutally assaulting and robbing him in the early morning hours of Jan. 18, 1968.  Reference in the Jeffrey MacDonald case is to citation of Arnold v. McCarthy, 566 U.S. F.2d 1377 (9th Cir. 1978).
Walton Jerry H. Mr.

Criminal Investigator; administered oath to Rebecca Cohen, July 1970.
Wambaugh Joseph Aloysius Jr. Mr. Joseph WamBaugh at the 2010 LA Times Festival of Books (Photo: Mark Coggins)
Joseph WamBaugh at the 2010 LA Times Festival of Books
Photo: Mark Coggins


Born Jan. 22, 1937.  Bestselling American writer known for his fictional and non-fictional accounts of police work in the U.S.
Ward Mr.

See also Ward, William C.; may be same person.  Described by Helena Stoeckley as a man who "had me arrested and charged with trespassing" in a letter she wrote circa 1970 to Kathy Smith.
Ward Richard H. Mr.

Once quoted James Osterburg as saying Osterburg was in error in referring to forensic science as a "fringe area" of criminal justice education, and Osterurg agreed.
Ward William C. Mr.

See also Ward, Mr.; may be same person.  Criminal Investigator.  Provided written statement re: details of his investigation surrounding the activities of Jeffrey MacDonald (assumed to be in California, ca. Dec. 1971).
Ware James C. Mr.

CPT and chaplain who gave a lecture in January 1970 about drug abuse, and made a statement about "privileged" conversation.  Authorized to visit Jeffrey MacDonald when MacDonald was restricted to Bachelor Officers Quarters (BOQ) in 1970.
Warmbrod Karlton Mr.

Sep. 23, 1915 - Sep. 20, 1999.  Father of Stanley Warmbrod.  Ca. 1985, was a retired Army Col.
Warmbrod Stanley K. Mr.

See also Stan; may be same person.  Son of Karlton Warmbrod.  1967 graduate of Terry Sanford High School, Fayetteville, N.C.  Boyfriend of Cathy Perry, ca. 1969, whom he met in Jacksonville, FL; later was allegedly her common law husband, and was identified by the Narcotics Section of the CID at Ft. Bragg as a known drug abuser.  Resident of Carthage, N.C., ca. 1999.
Warner

SGM; appears in reference to relief of special guard post for Jeffrey MacDonald, Oct. 1970.
Warner Deirdre E. Mrs.

Wife of Dudley T. Warner.  Personal friend of MacDonald's.  During the CID investigation, statements were received from Mrs. Warner and other individuals covering interviews of friends and/or former neighbors and acquaintances of Jeffrey and/or Colette MacDonald.
Warner Dudley Thomas Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Warrington and Warren.  Husband of Deirdre E. Warner.  Close personal friend of Jeffrey MacDonald and best man at his wedding in 1963.  Visited MacDonald during MacDonald's hospitalization at Ft. Bragg, N.C. and was interviewed by the FBI.
Warren

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, was a captain, ca. 1969-1970, who was aware that MacDonald was taking possession of drugs belonging to the Army.
Warren R. J. Mr.

Deputy Clerk and Case Manager for Jeffrey MacDonald's appeal to the Fourth Circuit, opened Oct. 22, 2014.
Washburn Richard Mr.

Per Grant Bosburgh, alleged by Debra Harmon to have been a Sheriff's deputy, ca. 1979.
Washington Mr.

Per James Douthat (ca. 1970), was a lieutenant who was "chief of the detectives."
Wasky Theodore "Ted" R. Mr.

FBI Special Agent, Fayetteville, N.C., ca. 1984.  Later became FBI Field Office Chief, Cleveland, Ohio.
Watts Alan Wilson Mr. Alan Watts (Photo: www.lysergia.com)
Alan Watts
Photo: www.lysergia.com


Jan. 6, 1915 - Nov. 16, 1973.  British-born American philosopher, writer, and speaker, best known as an interpreter and populariser of Eastern philosophy for a Western audience.  Described in Esquire magazine article as "One of the first California acid voyagers."
Waxhall (phonetic) Linda Ms.

Assistant to John Thornton, ca. 1979.
Webb Guy P. Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Webb Kenneth Lowell Mr.

CW2; Apprentice Examiner of Questioned Documents, Ft. Gordon, GA, ca. 1971.
Webb Robert F. Mr.

FBI Special Agent, Washington, DC, ca. 1991; forensic chemist.
Weber David Mr.

With Kevin Rothstein, authored "Man Freed After 6 Years; Evidence was Flawed" (Boston Herald, Jan. 24, 2004), re: the 2004 exoneration of Stephen Cowans.
Weber Paul Leonard Mr.

SP4, circa 1971.  Attended a "jump party" in San Antonio, TX, on Dec. 6, 1969, at which Jeffrey MacDonald was present.
Webster R. Kenly Mr.

Assistant U.S. Attorney (1965-1968).  Principal Deputy General Counsel, Dept. of Army (1968-1973).
Webster William Hedgcock Mr. William H. Webster
William H. Webster


Born March 6, 1924.  Former Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit (July 18, 1973 - Feb. 22, 1978).  Director of the FBI (Feb. 23, 1978 - May 25, 1987).  Director of CIA (May 26, 1987 - Aug. 31, 1991).  Assumed office as Chairperson of the Homeland Security Advisory Council on March 19, 2002.
Weigly Susan Ms.

No description available.
Weiner Albert Mr.

Per Marie Schembri, alleged by Norman Reich to have been a supplier of saran fibers in the 1960s.
Weinstein Jack Bertrand Mr. Judge Jack B. Weinstein
Judge Jack B. Weinstein


Born Aug. 10, 1921.  Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York (April 15, 1967 - March 1, 1993).  Served as chief judge of that district (1980-1988), taking senior status on March 1, 1993.  With Margaret A. Berger, co-authored Weinstein's Evidence, United States Rules, also known as Weinstein's Federal Evidence, United States Rules (Federal Practice Library, 1997).
Weinstein Kenneth Mr.

LTC, MPC.  Chief; Investigations Division, ca. 1971.
Weinstein Saunder Mr.

Col. and Commanding Officer, 6th Region, USACIDC, Presidio of San Francisco, CA, ca. 1972.  Furnished narrative account of the briefing given to U.S. Dept. of Justice on Feb. 18, 1972, regarding the status of the MacDonald investigation.
Weintraub Barbara Ms.

Associated with defense, ca. 1991.
Weiskopf Ronald M. Mr.

Ca. 1979, was California Deputy Attorney General.  With Courken George Deukmeiian Jr., served as attorney for complaintant Robert Rowland re: revocation of Jeffrey MacDonald's California medical license.
Weiss David Leroy Mr.

Last name also misspelled as Wice.  Staff Sgt. E-6, and Senior CID investigator in charge of Provost Marshal Investigation Section at Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. Feb. 1970.  Testified at Article 32 re: conversation with Kenneth Mica.
Weiss Mike Mr.

Per Jeffrey MacDonald, was an inmate when MacDonald was imprisoned at the Federal Correctional Institution, Sheridan, Oregon.
Welch Carmine Taylor Ms.

Admitting Clerk at St. Mary's Hospital, Long Beach, CA (1967-1979).  Character witness for Jeffrey MacDonald at trial.
Welch Raquel Ms. Raquel Welch (2010)
Raquel Welch (2010)


Born Sept. 5, 1940 as Jo Raquel Tejada.  American actress and singer.
Weld William Floyd Mr. William Weld
William Weld


Born July 31, 1945.  U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts (1981-1986).  Chief of Dept. of Justice Criminal Division (1986-1988).  Governor of Massachusetts (Jan. 3, 1991 - July 29, 1997).
Wells Cherlyn Ms.

Deputy Clerk, Raleigh, N.C., ca. 1984.
Wells Donald L. Mr.

Ca. 1979, was associated with Dwight D. Eisenhower Medical Center, Augusta, GA.  Appears on 1979 trial witness list.
Wendell

With Dr. Svensson, Dr. Wendell wrote textbook entitled Techniques of Crime Scene Investigation.
West Mr.

Attorney for Jerry Leonard, ca. 2012.
Weston Judith Ms.

Paralegal for attorneys Gary Bostwick and Jo-Ann Horn, ca. 1987.
Whisnant Scott Mr.

Author of the book Innocent Victims, about the murders of Kathryn Eastburn and her daughters Kara and Erin in May 1985.
Whitbeck Ernest Mr.

Husband of Florence Whitbeck.  Interviewed by CID Agent Audria L. Metcalf, assumed Oct. 21, 1972.
Whitbeck Florence Mrs.

Wife of Ernest Whitbeck and mother of Judy Whitbeck.  Interviewed Oct. 21, 1972 by CID Agent Audria L. Metcalf.  Stated that in early Sept. 1969 she observed Jeffrey MacDonald kissing Carol Larsen at a train station in Patchogue, NY, and that Larsen was crying.
Whitbeck Judy Ms.

Daughter of Florence Whitbeck.
White Briggs J. Mr.

Former Assistant Director, FBI Laboratory (1970-1975).
White Byron Raymond Mr. Byron White
Byron White


June 8, 1917 - April 15, 2002.  U.S. Deputy Attorney General (Jan. 20, 1961 - April 16, 1962).  Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (April 16, 1962 - June 28, 1993).
White Francis Mr.

Doctor; psychologist at Walter Reed who, with Dr. James Mack, prepared a report on Jeffrey MacDonald, ca. April 1970.
White Kathy Mrs.

No description available.
White Stephen P. Mr.

FBI Special Agent.  Interviewed Jimmy Friar at the McDowell County Prison Unit on Aug. 17, 1979.
Whitehurst Frederic William Mr. Fred Whitehurst
Fred Whitehurst


Former co-worker of Michael Malone.  Supervisory Special Agent in the FBI Laboratory (1986-1998), where he went public as a whistleblower.
Whitfield, Robert M. Mr.

E-6; 92d PSYOP Unit.
Whitley John P. Mr.

Defendant in Kyles v. Whitley, 514 U.S. 419 (1995), a U.S. Supreme Court case that held that a prosecutor has an affirmative duty to disclose evidence favorable to a defendant.
Whitnes Charles C. Mr.

No descripion available.  Appears on 1979 trial witness list.
Whitney Frank DeArmon Mr.

Last name also appears misspelled as Whitty.  U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina (April 2002 - July 2006).  Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of North Carolina; assumed office July 5, 2006 and became Chief Judge on June 2, 2013.
Whitten Lester Hunter "Les" Jr. Mr.

Born Feb. 21, 1928.  Investigative reporter and novelist.  Began his reporting career at Radio Free Europe (1951-1957).  Became an investigative reporter at the Washington Post in 1969, and shared the "Washington Merry-Go-Round" column with Jack Anderson.
Whittington Hartwell C. Mr.

Grand Juror.
Whitty Mr.

No description available.  Appears on docket for March 2, 1978 re: "Motion for Leave to Substitute Sureties - ltr. from [Bernard] Segal addressed to Mr. Whitty indicates service upon U.S. Atty. by Segal..."
Widener Hiram Emory Jr. Mr. Hiram Emory Widener
Hiram Emory Widener


April 20, 1923 - Sept. 19, 2007.  Judge on U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia (July 14, 1969 - Oct, 27, 1972).  Judge on U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit; received commission Oct. 17, 1972, and took senior status July 17, 2007.
Widenhouse M. Gordon Jr. Mr. Gordon Widenhouse
Gordon Widenhouse


Former clerk for U.S. District Judge W. Earl Britt (1981-1983).  Appellate attorney for Jeffrey MacDonald; filed notice of appearance March 14, 2012.
Widmann Douglas J. Mr.

Paralegal for Silverglate & Good law firm, ca. 1991.
Wiegnand P.

With M. Kleiber, authored DNA Typing of Epithelial Cells After Strangulation (1997).
Wiener Jacques Loeb Jr. Mr. Jacques Loeb Wiener Jr.
Jacques Loeb Wiener Jr.


Born Oct.2, 1934.  Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit as of March 12, 1990; assumed senior status Sept. 30, 2010.
Wigert William J. Jr. Mr.

Described only as "former classmate" who provided a statement May 21, 1970.
Wiggins Leon O. Mr.

Former MP, Ft. Bragg, N.C.; was Provost Marshal Investigator on Feb. 17, 1970.
Wigmore John Henry Mr. John Henry Wigmore
John Henry Wigmore


March 4, 1863 - April 20, 1943.  U.S. jurist and expert in the law of evidence.  Law professor at Keio University in Tokyo (1889-1892).  Dean of Northwestern Law School (1901-1929).  Best known for his Treatise on the Anglo-American System of Evidence in Trials at Common Law (1904) and for a graphical analysis method known as a Wigmore chart.
Wigutow Daniel Mr.

Executive producer for film and television.  Partnered with Mike Taylor, ca. 1982.  Produced the movie version of Joe McGinniss's book Fatal Vision, which aired nationwide on Nov. 18 and 19, 1984.
Wiley Sharon A. Ms.

Deputy Clerk, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, ca. 2010.
Wilkes Mrs.

Last name also appears spelled as Wilks.  Juror in the 1979 trial of Jeffrey MacDonald.  Also referred to in context of cake given to Judge Dupree during the trial.
Wilkinson R. C.

Colonel, AGC; Asst. AG, ca. 1971.  Appears on Greg Mitchell's army records.
Willford R. D. Mrs.

Landlord of William Edward Posey and Myra Posey, ca. Feb. 1970.
Williams Mr.

See also Larry Alfred Williams; may be same person.  Identified in Jan. 1971 as an associate of Neil Keith Braswell, living in Arizona.
Williams Mr.

Sgt. and MP, Ft. Bragg, N.C., ca. 1970.  Present at crime scene.  Per Lt. Joseph Paulk, Paulk thinks he told Williams to go to the intersection of Honeycutt and Lucas and lead the medical personnel into the housing area.
Williams Cathy Perry Ms.

See Perry, Cathy Elizabeth.
Williams Crawford Mr.

Referred to as Robert F. Williams by Robert Caverly (July 22, 1970).  FBI agent. Accompanied Caverly and John Hodges to interview of Jeffrey MacDonald on Feb. 19, 1970.
Williams Donald R. Jr. Mr.

One of 125 people whose fingerprints and/or palm prints and footprints were obtained by the FBI and/or CID in connection with the Jeffrey MacDonald case.
Williams Hazel Ms.

Mother of Nancy Williams.
Williams James N. Mr.

Middle initial also shown as H.  CPT; later, Major.  With Robert McPherson and Paul Raines, served as an escort officer for Jeffrey MacDonald while MacDonald was confined to Bachelor Officers Quarters (BOQ) in May, 1970.  In 1988, Williams claimed his closest friend was Charles Pendlyshok.
Williams Keith A. Mr. Keith A. Williams
Keith A. Williams


Attorney.  With fellow attorneys Gary Bostwick and Jo-Ann Horn, represented Jeffrey MacDonald during the MacDonald vs. McGinniss civil trial in 1987.  With attorney Gordon Widenhouse, represented MacDonald at the Sept. 2012 evidentiary hearing and in later years.
Williams Larry Alfred Mr.

See also Williams, Mr. (associate of Neil Braswell); may be same person.  Possible AKA: John Boyer.  The Fayetteville Police furnished information to the effect that on April 29, 1971, a man identifying himself as "John Boyer" called that department and claimed that Donna Marie Fielden (née Carney) was involved in the MacDonald murders.  Williams denied making such a call, but said he did know Fielden/Carney.
Williams Marion E. Mr.

Physics and Chemistry Section Chief, FBI Laboratory, ca. 1972-1975.  Per Ted Gunderson, alleged by Morris Clark to have been Paul Stombaugh's immediate supervisor.
Williams Marshall R. Mr.

Chief; Freedom of Information / Privacy Act Unit, Office of Enforcement Operations, ca. 1993.
Williams Nancy Ms.

Daughter of Hazel Williams.  Married Jimmy Britt on Feb. 1, 1992; divorced in 2000 to address an inheritance problem.
Williams Rebecca Ms.

Notary Public, Los Angeles County, California, ca. 1984.
"Willie the Witch"

Fictional name given by Jeffrey MacDonald to Mildred Kassab as the name of the female he claimed was present during the murders of his family.
Willis Conner Mr.

Grandson of Geraldine Butts Holden and son of Crae Willis.
Willis Crae Ms.

Daughter of Geraldine Butts Holden, sister of Wendy Lee Dillon, and mother of Conner Willis.
Willoughby C. Colon Jr. Mr. C. Colon Willoughby, Jr.
C. Colon Willoughby, Jr.


Former District Attorney, Wake County, N.C. (1986-2014).  Represented the State in State of North Carolina v. James L. Blackburn (1993).
Wilson

Sgt. Criminal Investigation Division, ca. 1970.
Wilson George Mr.

18??-1896.  AKA: James Casherago.  On May 15, 1895, killed his traveling companion, Zachariah W. Thatch, with an axe.  Last man hanged at Fort Smith, Arkansas on July 30, 1896.  Reference in the Jeffrey MacDonald case is to Wilson v. U.S., 162 U.S. 613 (1896).
Wilson Ian C. Mr.

Psychiatrist who "moonlighted" at the Women's Prison in Raleigh, N.C., for the North Carolina Dept. of Corrections (1967-1972).  In mid-1971 he saw Pat Comisky (Patricia Anne Comisky), a convict in the psychiatric ward.  Employed as a psychiatrist by the North Carolina Dept. of Mental Health Services, ca. 1974.
Wilson James Mr. James Wilson
James Wilson


1742 - 1798.  One of the Founding Fathers of the U.S. and a signer of the U.S. Declaration of Independence.  Elected twice to the Continental Congress, and a major force in drafting the U.S. Constitution, representing Pennsylvania.  One of the six original justices appointed by George Washington to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Wilson Jimmy Mr.

Per James Douthat, was an LTC who occupied the room above Jeffrey MacDonald's in the Bachelor Officers Quarters (BOQ) from April 6, 1970 to Sept. 28, 1970.
Wilson Lacella Ms.

Grand Juror.
Wilson L.

Appears as "prosecutor" with Sandra Conradi, re: 1983 autopsy of Helena Stoeckley Davis.
Wilson Will Reid Sr. Mr. Will Reid Wilson, Sr.
Will Reid Wilson, Sr.


July 29, 1912 - Dec. 14, 2005.  Dallas County district attorney (1947-1951).  Texas Supreme Court associate justice (1951-1956).  Attorney General of Texas (1957-1963).  Assistant U.S. Attorney General, Criminal Division (1969-1971).
Windham Cuyler Mr.

North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) Agent, ca. 1970.  Later became SBI Assistant Director and Cumberland County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy; retired ca. 1994.
Wine-Volner Jill Ms. Jill Wine-Volner (Wine-Banks)
Jill Wine-Volner (Wine-Banks)


Born ca. 1945.  AKA: Jill Wine-Banks.  After marrying attorney Ian Volner, became known as Jill Wine-Volner.  Attorney who was one of the prosecutors during the Watergate scandal.  Served as General Counsel of the Army (1977-1980), succeeding Charles D. Ablard.