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Fatal Vision by Joe McGinniss
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Apr 14, 2009

really liked it
bookshelves: non-fiction
Read in January, 1985

Dr Jeffrey MacDonald presented to the world the face of a charming, sensitive man, but behind this mask was an individual who, from the time the murders were committed in 1970 until his final appeal was rejected in 1985, tried his utmost to avoid punishment for the horrific act. This story stands as a monument to the laudable persistence of MacDonald's parents-in-law, who refused to give up their crusade for justice until MacDonald was convicted, and the souls of his wife and children were finally at peace. It is also a tribute to the experts who by sheer talent and technology have advanced the field of forensic science to the degree where it is now viewed as indisputable evidence.

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