THE JEFFREY MACDONALD CASE

For researchers of the Jeffrey MacDonald case: The murders of Colette, Kimberley and Kristen MacDonald

EXHIBITS AND FINDINGS



March 29, 1972
USACIL Consolidated Report


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                                           DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
                                  USA CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION LABORATORY
                                             FORT GORDON, GEORGIA 30905




        CIDC-V                                             29 March 1972




        SUBJECT: USACIL Consolidated Report Number FA-D-P-C-FP-82-70




        Commanding Officer
        USA Criminal Investigation Division Agency (USACIDA)
        ATTN: Captain Leson
        Temo B, STOP 106
        2d and S Street SW
        Washington, DC 20315



        1. In response to a request by the Commanding Officer, USACIDA, a review
        of the Chemistry portion of the consolidated Laboratory Report Number
        FA-D-P-C-FP-82-70 has been made.

        2. During this review numberous paragraph consolidations and the following
        corrections and additions were made:

            a.  Exhibit D-33 was omitted from Par. 10 (11) and added to Par. 19 (20).

            b.  Exhibit E-4 was omitted from Par. 49 (79) since this exhibit is
        mentioned in Par. 57 (87).

            c.  Exhibit D-29c was added to Par. 27 (28).

            d.  Exhibit D-30K was added to Par. 48 (78).

            e.  Exhibits D-57NB and D-63NB are now designated correctly as E-57NB
        and E-63NB, respectively.

            f.  Exhibits A-5 - A-16, D-279, D-55NB, E-123, E-320, E-321, G-11 - G-17
        are now listed in Evidence Examined.








 




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        CIDC-V                                                    29 March 1972
        SUBJECT: USACIL Consolidated Report Number FA-D-P-C-FP-82-70



        NOTE:  Designations in parentheses refer to the paragraph numbers from
        the original consolidated report.







                                                /s/ Janice S. Glisson
                                                JANICE SUPER GLISSON, DAC
                                                [REDACTED]
                                                Chemist







                                                /s/ Arthur B. Conners
                                                ARTHUR BOYD CONNERS, DAC
                                                [REDACTED]
                                                Chief, Chemistry Division

























 




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                                         DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
                                USA CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION LABORATORY
                                           FORT GORDON, GEORGIA 30905





    LABORATORY REPORT                                              UNIT CASE NUMBER
    NUMBER FA-D-P-C-FP-82-70                                       70-CID023-10198
    (CONSOLIDATED)







                                    Index of Exhibits

                    A complete index of the exhibits examined in this
                    case is found on pages 1 thru 13 of this consoli-
                    dated report. Note that an alpha-numeric system
                    was adopted by USACIL technicians to identify the
                    evidence forwarded to the laboratory for processing.
                    The system was devised to assist laboratory person-
                    nel in easily identifying the type evidence to be
                    examined (i.e. the letter "D" is the previx utilized
                    for blood-stains, the letter "V" is the prefix used
                    for fingerprints, etc.), while letter suffixes indi-
                    cate the location of where the exhibits were found
                    at the crime scene. (i.e. NB=north bedroom, MBR=
                    master bedroom, K=kitchen, etc.) All evidence in
                    this case was handled in accordance with current
                    Army regulations and accountability records are on
                    file both at the office of the requesting unit and
                    in the administrative and technical divisions of
                    USACIL.

















 




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                                         DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
                                USA CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION LABORATORY
                                           FORT GORDON, GEORGIA 30905





        LABORATORY REPORT                                    UNIT CASE NUMBER
        NUMBER FA-D-P-C-FP-82-70                             70-CID-23-10198
        (CONSOLIDATED)


        CONTRIBUTOR:  Detachment Commander, Det B, 3d MP GP (CI)
                      Ft Bragg, NC 28307

        SUSPECT:      MacDONALD, CPT Jeffrey

        VICTIM:       MacDONALD, Mrs. Collette; MacDONALD, Kristen;
                      MacDONALD, Kimberly

        OFFENSE:      Murder

        ___________________________________________________________________________
        EVIDENCE EXAMINED:

            Exhibit A - Piece of wood 31" x1 " x 1 " bearing red-brown and white
                        stains
            Exhibit A1- One length of wood approximately 11 3/8" x 1 9/16" x 1 5/8"
            Exhibit A2- One length of wood approximately 7 15/16" x 1 9/16" x 1 3/4"
            Exhibit A3- One length of wood approximately 19 1/2" x 3 1/2" x 1 1/8"
            Exhibit A4- One length of wood approximately 17 1/8" x 5 3/8" x 1 1/2"
            Exhibit A5 thru A16 - Home made shelving and sections of shelving
            Exhibit B1- Paring knife marked "Old Hickory" bearing red-brown stains
            Exhibit B2- Paring knife marked "Geneva Forge USA" bearing red-brown stains
            Exhibit C - Ice pick bearing red-brown stains
            Exhibit D1- Red brown stain from south radiator in east bedroom
            Exhibit D-1a - Red-brown stain from south radiator in east bedroom
            Exhibit D2- Red-brown stain near south radiator in east bedroom
            Exhibit D-2a - Control area near south radiator in east bedroom
            Exhibit D-2R - Red-brown stain near south radiator in east bedroom
            Exhibit D4- Red-brown stain from southern runner of bed in east bedroom
            Exhibit D-4a - Control area from southern runner of bed in east bedroom
            Exhibit D5- Portion of curtain bearing red-brown stain from south window,
                        in east bedroom
            Exhibit D7- Red-brown stain from south closet door in east bedroom
            Exhibit D8- Red-brown stain from south closet door in east bedroom








 




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      LABORATORY REPORT                                   UNIT CASE NUMBER
      NUMBER FA-D-P-C-FP-82-70                            70-CID-23-10198
      (CONSOLIDATED)


          Exhibit D-9 - Red-brown stain from right side of light switch in east
                        bedroom
          Exhibit D-9a- Control area from right side of light switch in east bedroom
          Exhibit D-10- Red-brown stain from bottom south edge of west door jam in
                        east bedroom
          Exhibit D-10a-Red-brown stain from bottom south edge of west door jam in
                        east bedroom
          Exhibit D-11 -Red-brown stain from south-west corner of dresser in east
                        bedroom
          Exhibit D-12 -Portion of lampshade bearing red-brown stain on dresser
                        in east bedroom
          Exhibit D-13 -Red-brown stain from knife on floor of east bedroom
          Exhibit D-14 -Red-brown stain from front of dresser in east bedroom
          Exhibit D-14a-Red-brown stain from front of dresser in east bedroom
          Exhibit D-15 - Portion of curtain bearing red-brown stains from east
                         window of east bedroom
          Exhibit D-17 - Red-brown stain from east radiator of east bedroom
          Exhibit D-18 - Red-brown stain from east wall over north-east corner of
                         headboard of bed in east bedroom
          Exhibit D-18a- Red-brown stain from east wall over northeast corner of
                         headboard of bed in east bedroom
          Exhibit D-19 - Sheet bearing red-brown stains from bed in east bedroom
          Exhibit D-20 - Pillow case bearing red-brown stains from bed in east
                         bedroom
          Exhibit D-23 - Three wooden splinters bearing red-brown stains and other
                         debris from floor near body outline of east bedroom
          Exhibit D-25 - Red liquid on rug mat under rug in area of body outline in
                         east bedroom
          Exhibit D-26 - Red-brown stain on ceiling near light in east bedroom
          Exhibit D-27 - Red-brown stain on ceiling near light in east bedroom
          Exhibit D-27R- Red-brown stain on ceiling near light in east bedroom
          Exhibit D-28 - Red-brown stain on ceiling near light in east bedroom
          Exhibit D-29 - Red-brown stain from footboard of bed in east bedroom
          Exhibit D-29a- Control area from footboard of bed in east bedroom
          Exhibit D-29b- Red-brown stain from footboard of bed in east bedroom
          Exhibit D-29c- Red-brown stain from footboard of bed in east bedroom
          Exhibit D-30 - Red-brown stain marked "PIG" on headboard in east bedroom
          Exhibit D-30a- Control area marked "PIG" on headboard in east bedroom
          Exhibit D-30b- Red-brown stain marked "PIG" on headboard in east bedroom
          Exhibit D-31 - Pink tissue bearing red-brown stains at entrance to hall
                         bathroom
          Exhibit D-33 - Red-brown stain from eyeglasses found on floor of livingroom
          Exhibit D-34 - "Midnight Sun" shampoo box bearing red-brown stains from
                         east bedroom
          Exhibit D-35 - White plastic hairbrush bearing red-brown stains near body
                         outline in east bedroom
          Exhibit D-36 - Red-brown stain from step ladder in hall bathroom.


 




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        LABORATORY REPORT                                    UNIT CASE NUMBER
        NUMBER  FA-D-P-C-FP-82-70                            70-CID-23-10198
        (CONSOLIDATED)


            Exhibit D-37 - Red-brown stain from stool in hall bathroom
            Exhibit D-38 - Control area from stool in hall bathroom
            Exhibit D-39 - Control area from step ladder in hall bathroom
            Exhibit D-40 - Wicker material bearing red-brown stains from stool in
                           hall bathroom
            Exhibit D-41 - Red-brown stain from left side of sink in hall bathroom
            Exhibit D-42 - Control area from left side of sink in hall bathroom
            Exhibit D-43 - Red-brown stains from front and right side of sink in
                           hall bathroom
            Exhibit D-44 - Red-brown stains from front and right side of sink in
                           hall bathroom
            Exhibit D-45 - Red-brown stain from right side of sink in hall bathroom
            Exhibit D-46 - Red-brown stain from right side of sink in hall bathroom
            Exhibit D-47 - Control area from right side of sink in hall bathroom
            Exhibit D-48 - Red-brown stains from faucets of sink in hall bathroom
            Exhibit D-49 - Pink tissue bearing red-brown stains from sink in hall
                           bathroom
            Exhibit D-51 - Red-brown stains from above left side of sink on wall in
                           hall bathroom
            Exhibit D-52 - Red-brown stain from wall close to lower right corner of
                           mirror in hall bathroom
            Exhibit D-53 - Red-brown stain on south wall by light switch in hall
                           bathroom
            Exhibit D-54 - Red-brown stain on south top edge of bathtub in hall
                           bathroom
            Exhibit D-55 - Cloth toilet seat cover bearing red-brown stain from hall
                           bathroom
            Exhibit D-56 - Red-brown stain from east side of door jam of hall bathroom
            Exhibit D-57 - Control area from east side of door jam of hall bathroom
            Exhibit D-58 - Red-brown stain on east door jam of hall bathroom
            Exhibit D-59 - Red-brown stain on wall close to hall bathroom entrance
            Exhibit D-61 - Red-brown stain on north hall wall
            Exhibit D-62 - Red-brown stain on north hall wall
            Exhibit D-63 - Red-brown stain on north hall wall close to east bedroom
            Exhibit D-64 - Red-brown stain on north hall wall and east bedroom door
                           jam
            Exhibit D-65 - Red-brown stain on south door jam of east bedroom
            Exhibit D-66 - Red-brown stain on south door jam of east bedroom
            Exhibit D-67 - Red-brown stain on south hall wall
            Exhibit D-68 - Red-brown stain on south hall wall
            Exhibit D-69 - Red-brown stain on south hall wall
            Exhibit D-70 - Red-brown stain on base board of south hall wall
            Exhibit D-71 - Red-brown stain on south hall wall
            Exhibit D-72 - Red-brown stain on south hall wall
            Exhibit D-73 - Red-brown stain on baseboard and south hall wall
            Exhibit D-74 - Red-brown stain on inside of west door jam of south bedroom



 




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        LABORATORY REPORT NUMBER                             UNIT CASE NUMBER
        FA-D-P-C-FP-82-70                                    70-CID-23-10198
        (CONSOLIDATED)


            Exhibit D-75  - Red-brown stain on outside of west door jam of south
                            bedroom
            Exhibit D-76  - Red-brown stain from south hall wall
            Exhibit D-77  - Red-brown stain from south hall wall
            Exhibit D-78  - Red-brown stain from south hall wall
            Exhibit D-79  - Red-brown stain from south hall wall
            Exhibit D-80  - Red-brown stain from south hall wall
            Exhibit D-81  - Red-brown stain from south hall wall
            Exhibit D-82  - Red-brown stain from south hall wall
            Exhibit D-83  - Red-brown stain from south hall wall
            Exhibit D-84  - Red-brown stain from north wall of hall
            Exhibit D-85  - Red-brown stain from high on south hall wall
            Exhibit D-88  - Red-brown stain on south hall wall
            Exhibit D-89  - Red-brown stain on south hall wall and baseboard
            Exhibit D-90  - Red-brown stain on north hall wall
            Exhibit D-92  - Red-brown stain on north hall wall
            Exhibit D-93  - Red-brown stain on north hall wall
            Exhibit D-94  - Red-brown stain on north hall wall
            Exhibit D-95  - Red-brown stain on north hall wall
            Exhibit D-98  - Red-brown stain from baseboard of north hall wall
            Exhibit D-104 - Red-brown stain from west door jam to north bedroom
            Exhibit D-106 - Red-brown stain from hall baseboard at entrance to bathroom
            Exhibit D-107 - Red-brown stain from hall baseboard at entrance to bathroom
            Exhibit D-108 - Red-brown stain from hall baseboard at entrance to bathroom
            Exhibit D-109 - Red-brown stain from hall baseboard at entrance to bathroom
            Exhibit D-110 - Red-brown stain from hall baseboard at entrance to bathroom
            Exhibit D-111 - Red-brown stain from east wall at living room
            Exhibit D-112 - Red-brown stain from east wall at living room
            Exhibit D-113 - Red-brown stain from east wall at living room
            Exhibit D-114 - Red-brown stains from edge of south closet door on east
                            hall wall
            Exhibit D-118 - Wooden splinter bearing red-brown stain and debris off of
                            north pillow from bed in south bedroom
            Exhibit D-121 - North pillow and cover bearing red-brown stains from bed
                            in south bedroom
            Exhibit D-122 - South pillow and cover bearing red-brown stains from bed
                            in south bedroom
            Exhibit D-123 - Purple bed cover bearing red-brown stains from bed in
                            south bedroom
            Exhibit D-124 - Quilt bearing red-brown stains from bed in south bedroom
            Exhibit D-125 - Purple blanket bearing red-brown stains from bed in south
                            bedroom







 




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      (CONSOLIDATED)


          Exhibit D-126 - Top sheet bearing red-brown stains from bed in south
                          bedroom
          Exhibit D-127 - Bottom sheet bearing red-brown stains from bed in south
                          bedroom
          Exhibit D-128 - Portion of collar bearing red-brown stains from bed in
                          south bedroom
          Exhibit D-129 - Bed mat bearing red-brown stains from bed in south bedroom
          Exhibit D-130 - Red-brown stain on headboard of bed in south bedroom
          Exhibit D-132 - Red-brown stain on west wall of south bedroom
          Exhibit D-133 - Red-brown stain on west wall of south bedroom
          Exhibit D-134 - Red-brown stain on north wall of south bedroom
          Exhibit D-135 - Red-brown stain on north wall of south bedroom
          Exhibit D-136 - Red-brown stain on north wall of south bedroom about seven
                          feet high over bed
          Exhibit D-137 - Red-brown stain on north wall of south bedroom
          Exhibit D-138 - Red-brown stain on west picture of clown on north wall of
                          south bedroom
          Exhibit D-139 - Cloth doll bearing red-brown stain from south bedroom
          Exhibit D-140 - Red-brown stain on west wall above north closet door at
                          east bedroom
          Exhibit D-141 - Red-brown stains on south closet door of east bedroom
          Exhibit D-142 - Portion of mattress, southeast corner, bearing red-brown
                          stains from bed in south bedroom
          Exhibit D-143 - Portion of mattress, middle end of bed in south bedroom
          Exhibit D-144 - Portion of hall floor at west entrance bearing red-brown stains
          Exhibit D-145 - Portion of hall floor bearing red-brown stains
          Exhibit D-146 - Portion of hall floor near south bedroom bearing red-brown
                          stains
          Exhibit D-147 - Portion of hall floor near south bedroom bearing red-brown
                          stains
          Exhibit D-148 - Portion of hall floor near south bedroom bearing red-brown
                          stains
          Exhibit D-149 - Portion of hall floor near south bedroom bearing red-brown
                          stains
          Exhibit D-150 - Portion of hall floor between bathroom and south bedroom
                          bearing red-brown stains
          Exhibit D-151 - Portion of hall floor between bathroom and south bedroom
                          bearing red-brown stains
          Exhibit D-152 - Portion of hall floor in front of bathroom bearing red-brown
                          stains
          Exhibit D-153 - Portion of hall floor in front of bathroom bearing red-brown
                          stains
          Exhibit D-154 - Portion of hall floor in front of bathroom bearing red-brown
                          stains
          Exhibit D-155 - Portion of hall floor between east bedroom and bathroom
                          bearing red-brown stains
          Exhibit D-156 - Portion of hall floor near entrance to east bedroom bearing
                          red-brown stains

 




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      (CONSOLIDATED)

          Exhibit D-157 - Portion of hall floor near entrance to east bedroom
                          bearing red-brown stains
          Exhibit D-158 - Portion of hall floor near entrance to east bedroom
                          bearing red-brown stains
          Exhibit D-159 - Upholstry from green chair in east bedroom bearing red
                          brown stains
          Exhibit D-161 - Portion of floor bearing red-brown stains from under living
                          room window
          Exhibit D-163 - Portion of floor at entrance to kitchen bearing red-brown
                          stains
          Exhibit D-165 - Portion of floor at entrance to kitchen bearing red-brown
                          stains
          Exhibit D-207A- Portion of rug bearing red-brown stains from master bedroom
                          (east bedroom)
          Exhibit D-207B- Portion of rug bearing red-brown stains from entrance to
                          master bedroom. (east bedroom)
          Exhibit D-207C- Portion of rug bearing red-brown stains from master bedroom.
                          (east bedroom)
          Exhibit D-208 - Clothing bearing red-brown stains from Kimberly MacDonald
          Exhibit D-209 - Clothing bearing red-brown stains from Collette MacDonald
          Exhibit D-210 - Blue pajama top bearing red-brown stains
          Exhibit D-211 - Blue sheet bearing red-brown stains from floor of east
                          bedroom
          Exhibit D-212 - Clothing bearing red-brown stains from floor of east
                          bedroom
          Exhibit D-214 - Bath mat bearing red-brown stains from body of Collette
                          MacDonald
          Exhibit D-215 - Portion of north bedroom floor bearing red-brown stains
                          (footprint) parked Q thru Z
          Exhibit D-216 - Portion of north bedroom floor bearing red-brown stains
                          (footprint) marked 9 thru 16
          Exhibit D-217 - Portion of hall floor bearing red-brown stains (footprint)
                          marked F thru K
          Exhibit D-218 - Picture bearing red-brown stain from living room floor
          Exhibit D-219 - Blue girl's coat bearing red-brown stains
          Exhibit D-220 - Purple-brown quilt bearing red-brown stain
          Exhibit D-221 - Terry cloth robe bearing red-brown stains
          Exhibit D-222 - Pot holder bearing red-brown stains
          Exhibit D-223 - Top of toilet tank bearing red-brown stains
          Exhibit D-224 - Two bottles containing liquid from hall bathroom sink trap
          Exhibit D-225 - Poncho bearing red-brown stains
          Exhibit D-227 - Green-blue-yellow throw rug bearing red-brown stains from
                          east bedroom
          Exhibit D-228 - Pair of shoes bearing red-brown stains from east bedroom
          Exhibit D-229 - Multicolored bed spread bearing red-brown stains from
                          east bedroom




 




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          Exhibit D-230 - Pillow bearing red-brown stains from hospital
          Exhibit D-231 - Pillow cover bearing red-brown stains from hospital
          Exhibit D-232 - Blue material, apparently pajama pocket, bearing red-brown
                          stains
          Exhibit D-233 - Fingernail scrapings from left hand of Collette MacDonald
          Exhibit D-234 - Fingernail scrapings from right hand of Collette MacDonald
          Exhibit D-235 - Fingernail scrapings from right hand of Kimberly MacDonald
          Exhibit D-236 - Fingernail scrapings from left hand of Kimberly MacDonald
          Exhibit D-237 - Fingernail scrapings from left hand of Kristen MacDonald
          Exhibit D-238 - Fingernail scrapings from right hand of Kristen MacDonald
          Exhibit D-239 - Fingernail scrapings from Captain MacDonald
          Exhibit D-240 - White cabinet door bearing red-brown stains from kitchen
          Exhibit D-241 - Green sponge bearing red-brown stains from kitchen
          Exhibit D-242 - Yellow sponge bearing red-brown stains from kitchen
          Exhibit D-243 - Cap from baby food bottle bearing red-brown stains from
                          kitchen
          Exhibit D-244 - Medical scrub brush bearing red-brown stains from kitchen
          Exhibit D-245 - Package containing surgeons gloves bearing red-brown stains
                          from kitchen
          Exhibit D-246 - Plastic cover from "kit" can bearing red-brown stains from
                          kitchen
          Exhibit D-247 - Red-brown stains from inside of kitchen cabinet door
          Exhibit D-248 - Red-brown stains from kitchen cabinet under sink between doors
          Exhibit D-249 - Red-brown stains from under edge of sink in kitchen
          Exhibit D-250 - Red-brown stains from under left kitchen sink
          Exhibit D-251 - Red-brown stains from near D-165, dining room floor
          Exhibit D-252 - Red-brown stains from dining room doorway, 1'11" above floor
          Exhibit D-253 - Red-brown stains form dining room doorway, 3' above floor
          Exhibit D-254 - Quilted white pad bearing red-brown stains from east bed
                          room bed
          Exhibit D-255 - White hand towel bearing red-brown stains
          Exhibit D-256 - Debris from Collette MacDonald's hands, including red crusts
          Exhibit D-258 - Red-brown stains from east bedroom floor behind bed head-
                          board (1)
          Exhibit D-259 - Red-brown stains from east bedroom floor behind bed head-
                          board (2)
          Exhibit D-260 - Red-brown stains from floor by north end table in east bed-
                          room (3)
          Exhibit D-261 - Red-brown stains from south surface of north end table in
                          east bedroom (4)
          Exhibit D-262 - Red-brown stains from south surface of north end table in
                          east bedroom (4a)
          Exhibit D-263 - Red-brown stains from east wall baseboard behind headboard
                          of bed in east bedroom (5)
          Exhibit D-264 - Red-brown stains from rug under head of bed in east bedroom
          Exhibit D-265 - Red-brown stains from baseboard behind headboard of bed in
                          east bedroom (7)
          Exhibit D-266 - Portion of rubber rug mat bearing red-brown stains from
                          east side of head of bed in east bedroom (8)

 




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        (CONSOLIDATED)

            Exhibit D-267 - Red-brown stains from inside surface of footboard of bed
                            in east bedroom (9)
            Exhibit D-268 - Red-brown stains from inside surface of footboard of bed
                            in east bedroom (10)
            Exhibit D-269 - Red-brown stains from inside surface of footboard of bed
                            in east bedroom (11)
            Exhibit D-270 - Red-brown stains from left edge of bed footboard in east
                            bedroom (12)
            Exhibit D-271 - Portion of lampshade bearing red-brown stains from north
                            end table in east bedroom (13)
            Exhibit D-272 - Portion of rug bearing red-brown stains from right leg are
                            in east bedroom (17)
            Exhibit D-273 - Portion of rug bearing red-brown stains from crotch and
                            between legs of body in east bedroom (18)
            Exhibit D-274 - Portion of rug bearing red-brown stains from hip area of
                            body in east bedroom (19)
            Exhibit D-275 - Portion of rug bearing red-brown stains from left elbow
                            area of body in east bedroom (21)
            Exhibit D-276 - Portion of rug bearing red-brown stains from left elbow
                            area of body (22)
            Exhibit D-277 - Portion of rug bearing red-brown stains from left armpit
                            area of body in east bedroom (23)
            Exhibit D-278 - Red-brown stains from front side of north night stand in
                            east bedroom (24)
            Exhibit D-279 - One toy bear bearing red-brown stains
            Exhibit D-1K  - Red-brown stain from north door frame of kitchen
            Exhibit D-2K  - Red-brown stain from north door frame of kitchen
            Exhibit D-3K  - Red-brown stain from south door frame of kitchen
            Exhibit D-4K  - Red-brown stain from wall at south side of kitchen door f
            Exhibit D-5K  - Red-brown stain from upper center of refrigerator in kitc
            Exhibit D-6K  - Red-brown stain above handle of refrigerator in kitchen
            Exhibit D-7K  - Red-brown stain by handle of refrigerator in kitchen
            Exhibit D-8K  - Red-brown stain from lower east side of refrigerator door
                            in kitchen
            Exhibit D-9K  - Red-brown stain from kitchen floor by northeast corner of
                             refrigerator
            Exhibit D-10K - Red-brown stain from lower left sink cabinet door in kitc
            Exhibit D-11K - Red-brown stain from sink cabinet above left middle cabin
                            door of kitchen
            Exhibit D-12K - Red-brown stain from upper left sink cabinet drawer in ki
            Exhibit D-13K - Red-brown stain from upper left sink cabinet drawer by
                            handle in kitchen
            Exhibit D-14K - Red-brown stain from left front of utility cabinet to ri
                            of kitchen sink
            Exhibit D-15K - Red-brown stain from door of utility cabinet to the right
                            of sink and right of cabinet handle in kitchen
            Exhibit D-16K - Red-brown stain from door of utility cabinet to the right
                            sink above handle in kitchen


 




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          Exhibit D-17K  - Red-brown stain from door of utility cabinet to right of
                           sink above and to right of handle in kitchen
          Exhibit D-18K  - Red-brown stain from east side of clothes washer in kitchen
          Exhibit D-19K  - Red-brown stain from east side of clothes washer in kitchen
          Exhibit D-20K  - Red-brown stain from upper west corner of north kitchen door
          Exhibit D-21K  - Red-brown stain from bottom center of north kitchen door
          Exhibit D-22K  - Red-brown stain on kitchen floor, 1'4" northeast of
                           northwest corner of refrigerator
          Exhibit D-23K  - Red-brown stain on kitchen floor, 8' southwest of north
                           corner of kitchen
          Exhibit D-24K  - Red-brown stain on kitchen floor, 3'4" northeast of
                           northeast corner of stove
          Exhibit D-25K  - Red-brown stains on kitchen floor, 1'9" north of northeast
                           corner of stove
          Exhibit D-26K  - Red-brown stain on kitchen floor, 2'6" north of south wall
                           and 2" east of sink cabinet
          Exhibit D-27K  - Red-brown stain on west side of clothes washer in kitchen
          Exhibit D-28K  - Red-brown stain from "Texy Liquid Soap" container by sink
                           in kitchen
          Exhibit D-29K  - Red-brown stain from heater on east wall of kitchen
          Exhibit D-30K  - Control area from south wall of kitchen
          Exhibit D-31K  - Control area from sink cabinet in kitchen
          Exhibit D-32K  - Control area from kitchen floor, south of north door
          Exhibit D-33K(1-2) - Two rubber gloves bearing red-brown stains from kitchen
          Exhibit D-34K(1-3)- Three cloth bloves bearing red-brown stains from kitchen
          Exhibit D-36NB- Green yarn bearing red-brown stains from rug in north bedroom
          Exhibit D-37NB- Green throw rug bearing red-brown stains from north bedroom
          Exhibit D-40NB- Plastic Santa Claus bearing red-brown stains from north
                          bedroom
          Exhibit D-41NB- Blue doll bearing red-brown stains from north bedroom
          Exhibit D-42NB- Doll shirt bearing red-brown stains from north bedroom
          Exhibit D-43NB- Stuffed dog bearing red-brown stains from north bedroom
          Exhibit D-48NB- Red-brown stains from floor near east side of bed from
                          north bedroom
          Exhibit D-49NB- Red-brown stains from floor near east side of bed from
                          north bedroom
          Exhibit D-50NB- Red-brown stains from floor near east side of bed from
                          north bedroom
          Exhibit D-53NB- Plastic baby bottle bearing red-brown stains from north
                          bedroom
          Exhibit D-55NB- Hairs, fibers, and miscellaneous debris from folded bedspread
                          at foot of bed in north bedroom
          Exhibit D-56NB- Green bedspread bearing red-brown stains on bed from north
                          bedroom
          Exhibit D-58NB- Pink blanket from bed in north bedroom
          Exhibit D-60NB- Top sheet bearing red-brown stains from bed of north bedroom
          Exhibit D-62NB- Pillow with cover bearing red-brown stains from bed of
                          north bedroom


 




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          Exhibit D-64NB - Bottom sheet of bed bearing red-brown stains from bed
                           of north bedroom
          Exhibit D-65NB - Red-brown stain from plastic sheet on upper mattress in
                           north bedroom
          Exhibit D-66NB - Plastic sheet bearing red-brown stains from upper mattr[ess]
                           in north bedroom
          Exhibit D-67NB - Portion of plastic sheet bearing red-brown stains on lo[wer]
                           mattress in north bedroom
          Exhibit D-68NB - Red-brown stains from plastic sheet on lower mattress i[n]
                           north bedroom
          Exhibit D-69NB - Red-brown stain from west wall of north bedroom
          Exhibit D-70NB - Red-brown stain from west wall of north bedroom
          Exhibit D-71NB - Red-brown stain from west wall of north bedroom
          Exhibit D-72NB - Portion of curtain bearing red-brown stain from window
                           in north bedroom
          Exhibit E-1    - Debris from rug in front of sofa in living room
          Exhibit E-2    - Debris from rug at front near end of sofa in living ro[om]
          Exhibit E-3    - Debris from mouth area of Collette MacDonald
          Exhibit E-4    - Debris from right hand of Collette MacDonald
          Exhibit E-5    - Debris from left hand of Collette MacDonald
          Exhibit E-6    - Debris from fracture site of right forearm of Collette
                           MacDonald
          Exhibit E-7    - Hair like substance from cage over armchair in east bed[room]
          Exhibit E-8    - Hairbrush containing hairs from dresser in east bedroom
          Exhibit E-9    - Hair samples from clothing in north bedroom closet
          Exhibit E-10   - Hair samples from dress on chair in south bedroom
          Exhibit E-11   - Hair samples from yellow coat in closet of south bedroom
          Exhibit E-12   - Hair samples from pillow in south bedroom closet
          Exhibit E-13   - Hair samples from blue coat on hook in south bedroom
          Exhibit E-14   - Debris from anterior pelvic region of Kristen MacDonald
          Exhibit E-15   - Hair samples from blue dress on hook north bedroom c[loset]
          Exhibit E-16   - Fibers from underside of throw rug in east bedroom
          Exhibit E-19a  - Debris from sheet on bed in east bedroom
          Exhibit E-20a  - Debris from pillow case on bed in east bedroom
          Exhibit E-22   - Hairs under pillow on bed in east bedroom
          Exhibit E-24   - Debris from inside body outline of Collette MacDonald i[n]
                           east bedroom
          Exhibit E-32   - Debris from hallway near stairs
          Exhibit E-50   - Hair and debris from hall bathroom sink
          Exhibit E-116  - Debris from pulled back bedding of bed in south bedroom
          Exhibit E-117  - Debris from south pillow on bed in south bedroom
          Exhibit E-119  - Debris from bottom sheet of bed in south bedroom
          Exhibit E-120  - Debris from under pillow in south bedroom
          Exhibit E-123  - Hairs, fibers, and miscellaneous debris removed from
                           purple bedspread in south bedroom
          Exhibit E-124  - Debris from quilt from bed in south bedroom
          Exhibit E-129  - Debris from mattress cover on bed in south bedroom
          Exhibit E-203  - Paint removed from sidewalk behind MacDonald house
          Exhibit E-205  - Fibers removed from Exhibit A.

 




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      (CONSOLIDATED)

          Exhibit E-206 - Hairs and fibres from inside plastic bag containing Exhibit A
          Exhibit E-210 - Hair removed from pajama top of Captain MacDonald
          Exhibit E-211 - Debris from sheet on floor of east bedroom
          Exhibit E-221 - Hairs, fibers and miscellaneous debris removed from
                          terry cloth robe
          Exhibit E-222 - Hair removed from pot holder
          Exhibit E-227 - Hairs, fibers and miscellanouse debris removed from green/
                          blue/yellow throw rug in east bedroom
          Exhibit E-229 - Hairs, fibers and miscellaneous debris removed from multi-
                          colored bedspread in east bedroom
          Exhibit E-299 - One pair of rubber gloves bearing white paint stains from
                          secured storage shed at #544 Castle Dr., Ft Bragg, NC (20)
          Exhibit E-300 - Blue fibre on floor by east wall by head of bed in east
                          bedroom (2a)
          Exhibit E-301 - Hairs and fibres from near left hand and arm of body in
                          east bedroom (15)
          Exhibit E-302 - Fibres and portin of rug bearing red-brown stains from near
                          north corner of foot board of bed in east bedroom (16)
          Exhibit E-303 - Fibres and debris and wood chips from trunk and leg area
                          of rug under body in east bedroom (14)
          Exhibit E-304 - Sweat shirt bearing "known hairs" from Captain MacDonald
                          from south closet of east bedroom
          Exhibit E-305 - Pill vial containing hair removed from head of CPT MacDonald
          Exhibit E-306 - Pill vial containing hair removed from left armpit of
                          CPT MacDonald
          Exhibit E-307 - Pill vial containing hair removed from right armpit of
                          CPT MacDonald
          Exhibit E-308 - Pill vial containing hair removed from left arm of CPT
                          MacDonald
          Exhibit E-309 - Pill vial containing hair removed from right arm of
                          CPT MacDonald
          Exhibit E-310 - Pill vial containing hair removed from right leg of
                          CPT MacDonald
          Exhibit E-311 - Pill vial containing hair removed from left leg of
                          CPT MacDonald
          Exhibit E-312 - Pill vial containing hair removed from chest area of
                          CPT MacDonald
          Exhibit E-313 - Pill vial containing hair removed from pubic area of
                          CPT MacDonald
          Exhibit E-314 - Known head hair from W.F. IVORY
          Exhibit E-315 - Known arm hair from W.F. IVORY
          Exhibit E-316 - Known head hair from R.P. ORR
          Exhibit E-317 - Known arm hair from R.P. ORR
          Exhibit E-318 - Known head hair from H.A. ROSSI
          Exhibit E-319 - Known arm hair from H.A. ROSSI
          Exhibit E-320 - 25 hairs removed from head of Miss Vicki M. KALIN
          Exhibit E-321 - Known hairs from Mrs. Alfred KASSAB(28 Feb 71)



 




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         Exhibit E-51MBR - Different colored yarns from east bedroom
         Exhibit E-52NB  - Hairs and fibres from bedspread on bed in north bedroom
         Exhibit E-56NB  - Debris from bedspread on bed in north bedroom
         Exhibit E-57NB  - Debris from pink blanket on bed in north bedroom
         Exhibit E-59NB  - Debris from top sheet of bed in north bedroom
         Exhibit E-61NB  - Debris from pillow on bed in north bedroom
         Exhibit E-63NB  - Debris from bottom sheet on bed in north bedroom
         Exhibit F-1     - Urine sample from CPT MacDonald
         Exhibit F-2     - Blood sample from CPT MacDonald
         Exhibit F-60    - Yellow matter from north hall wall
         Exhibit F-115   - White spots on rug in south bedroom
         Exhibit F-257   - Vaginal scrapings from Collette MacDonald
         Exhibits G(1-8) - Eight (8) candles from premises of 544 Castle Drive,
                           Ft Bragg, NC
         Exhibit G-9     - Beams Choice Bourbon bottle containing a yellow candle
                           and bearing multi-colored wax on bottle
         Exhibit G-10    - Beams Choice Bourbon bottle containing a yellow candle
         Exhibit G-11 thru G-17 - Candles of assorted colors
         Exhibit G-131   - Portion of upholstery bearing wax from chair in south
                           bedroom
         Exhibit G-201   - Wax from coffee table in living room
         Exhibit H-6     - Green and silver foil container containing one white tabl[et]
                           from chest in east bedroom
         Exhibit H-35NB  - Yellow and white particles from northeast corner of north
                           bedroom bed
         Exhibit H-38NB  - White chalk-like material from north bedroom
         Exhibit H-44NB  - Small white particles from northeast corner of north
                           bedroom bed
         Exhibit H-45NB  - White powder from north east corner of north bedroom bed
         Exhibit H-46NB  - White powder from northeast corner of north bedroom by
                           radiator
         Exhibit H-47NB  - White powder from near northeast corner of rug in north
                           bedroom
         Exhibit H-54NB  - Pink powder puff bearing white powder from northeast
                           corner of north bedroom bed
         Exhibit H-73MBR - White powder from green chair in east bedroom
         Exhibit I-3     - Suspected portion of surgical glove bearing red-brown
                           stains from bed in east bedroom
         Exhibit I-21    - Suspected portion of surgical glove bearing red-brown sta[ins]
                           from bedding on floor in east bedroom
         Exhibit I-213   - Suspected portion of surgical glove bearing red-brown
                           stains from east bedroom
         Exhibit I-226   - Suspect portion of surgical glove bearing red-brown stain[s]
                           from Collette MacDonald's body
         Exhibit J       - Jewelry box, empty, multi-colored, bearing red-brown stai[ns]
         Exhibit K       - Kleenex box, partially filled, "19" stamped on end, pink
         Exhibit L       - "Esquire" magazine, dated March 1970, bearing red stain o[n]
                           edge
         Exhibit M       - Cardboard box, empty, entitled:  WONDERS OF ANIMAL KINGDO[M]
         Exhibit N       - White rubber latent lift of latent prints on edge of
                           screen door, NE entrance
 




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            Exhibit O - Cup, soup, brown with white design
            Exhibit P - Drinking glass, small w/stem
            Exhibit Q - Drinking glass, balloon type
            Exhibit R-1 - Drinking glass, 8oz
            Exhibit R-2 - Drinking glass, 8oz
            Exhibit S-1 - Saucer, coffee cup type
            Exhibit S-2 - Saucer, coffee cup type
            Exhibit T - Plate
            Exhibit U - Photographs of latent fingerprints, marked for identification
                        by the examiner
            Exhibit V-1 thru V-71 - Submitted by Det B, 3d MP GP (CI) Ft Bragg, NC
                                    are record fingerprints and/or palm prints of
                                    possible subjects and other personnel involved in
                                    this case. A listing of these personnel is found
                                    in Case File Number 70-CID-23-10198 of requesting
                                    agency.
            Exhibit W-1 - Photographs of lettering: PIG on headboard
            Exhibit W-2 - Notebook, blue, containing handwriting and handprinting,
                          J. MacDonald
            Exhibit W-3 - Notebook, yellow, containing handwriting and handprinting,
                          C. MacDonald
            Exhibit W-4 - DA Form 2694, pertaining to Jeffrey R. MacDonald, dtd
                          9-18-68
            Exhibit W-5 - Headboard, blond wood, bearing handprinting in suspected
                          blood
            Exhibit X   - Tag, orange paper, over-printed: GLOVES
            Exhibit Y-1 - Two locking devices recovered from south entrance, #544 Castle
                          Drive, Ft Bragg, NC
            Exhibit Y-2 - Two locking devices removed from northeast entrance, #544
                          Castle Drive, Ft Bragg, NC
            Exhibit Y-3 - Two locking devices removed from northwest entrance, #544
                          Castle Drive, Ft Bragg, NC


















 




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                                Chemistry Division Findings


       1.  Examination of Exhibits E-5, E-19a, D-23, E-63NB, E-116, D-118, E-119,
       E-301 and E-303 revealed the presence of wood splinters identical in type,
       color, texture, and all other physical characteristics to the wood of Exhibit [A].

       2.  It is the opinion of the examiner that the wood splinters present in
       the Exhibits listed in paragraph 1 could have originated from Exhibit A.

       3.  Examination of paint chips removed from Exhibit A found same to be grossly
       similar in color, texture, and chemical composition to the paint of Exhibits
       A-4, E-203 and E-299.

       4.  It is the opinion of the examiner that the paint of Exhibit A and the
       paint of Exhibit E-203 could have a common source of origin.

       5.  Examination of Exhibits A-1 and A-2 found them to be grossly similar in
       type, color, and size to the wood of Exhibit A.  A study of the annual growth
       rings of Exhibit A showed that Exhibit A was not originally part of Exhibits
       A-1 or A-2.

       6.  Examination of Exhibits A-3 and A-4 found same to be different in type
       and other physical characteristics to the wood of Exhibit A.

       7.  It is the opinion of the examiner, that the paint of Exhibit A-4 and the
       paint of Exhibits A, E-203 and E-299 could have had a common source of origin.

       8.  Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibits B-1, D-1, D-2, D-2R, D-5,
       D-7, D-15, D-17, D-18, D-18a, D-19, D-23, D-27, D-27R, D-28, D-30, D-51, D-136,
       D-141, D-147, D-159, D-209, D-215, D-227, D-229, D-231, D-232, D-254, D-258,
       D-259, D-260, D-263, D-264, D-266, D-271, D-272, D-273, D-274, D-275, D-276,
       D-277, D-69NB, D-70NB, D-207A, D-207C, E-301, E-302 and I-21 revealed the
       presence of human blood of the International Blood Group A.

       9.  Examinations of the red liquid of Exhibit D-25 revealed the presence of
       human blood of the International Blood Group Type A.

       10.  Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibits D-212, D-36NB, D-37NB,
       D-43NB, D-48NB, D-49NB, D-50NB, D-55NB, D-62NB, D-65NB and D-68NB revealed
       the presence of human blood of the International Blood Group Type O.







 




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      11.  Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibits D-10, D-36, D-40, D-43,
      D-45, D-114, D-156, D-25K, and D-26K revealed the presence of human blood of
      the International Blood Group Type B.

      12.  Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibits D-61, D-123, D-126, D-127,
      D-129, D-128, D-134, D-145, D-157, D-163, D-208, D-207B and D-220 revealed
      the presence of human blood of the International Blood Group Type AB.

      13.  Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibit D-210, revealed the presence
      of human blood of the International Blood Group Types A, B, and AB.

      14.  Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibits A, D-56NB, D-66NB, D-165,
      D-211 and D-214 revealed the presence of human blood of the International
      Blood Group Types A and AB on each Exhibit.

      15.  Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibit D-58NB revealed the
      presence of human blood of the International Blood Group Types O, A and AB.

      16.  Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibit D-64NB revealed the
      presence of human blood of the International Blood Group Types A and O.

      17.  Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibits I-3, D-4, D-13, D-20,
      D-26, D-29, D-74, D-130, D-132, D-137, D-140, D-151, D-152, D-158, D-256,
      D-71NB, D-72NB, B-2, D-267 and D-270 revealed the presence of human blood.
      Further examinations indicated same to be of the International Blood Group
      Type A or Type O.

      18.  Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibits D-144 and D-153 revealed
      the presence of human blood.  Further examinations indicated same to be of
      the International Blood Group Type B or O.

      19.  Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibits D-33, D-108, D-238,
      D-53NB, E-57NB and E-63NB revealed the presence of human blood.  Further
      examinations indicated same to be of the International Blood Group Type O.

      20.  Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibit D-146 revealed the presence
      of human blood.  Further examinations indicated same to be of the International
      Blood Group Type AB.

      21.  Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibits D-8, D-31, D-49, D-216,
      D-255, D-261, D-265, D-278, I-226 and L revealed the presence of human blood.
      Further examinations indicated same to be of the International Blood Group
      Type A or AB.






 




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      22.  Examination of the red-brown stains of Exhibit D-121 revealed the
      presence of human blood of the International Blood Group Type AB.  Further
      examinations of other human blood stains indicated the International Blood
      Group Type O.  Further examinations of other human blood stains indicated
      the presence of a mixture of the International Blood Group Types AB and A.

      23.  Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibits D-44, D-46, D-122
      and D-251 revealed the presence of human blood.  Further examinations indicated
      same to be of the International Blood Group Type AB or B.

      24.  Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibit D-228 revealed the
      presence of human blood of the International Blood Group Type AB.  Further
      examinations of other human blood stains indicated the International Blood
      Group Type A.

      25.  Further blood typing examinations of the Exhibits cited in paragraphs
      17 thru 24 were precluded due either to the paucity of the stain or the
      contamination of the stain.

      26.  Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibits D-14, D-34, D-35, D-56,
      D-58, D-59, D-64, D-72, D-73, D-95, D-104, D-106, D-107, D-109, D-118, D-148,
      D-149, D-150, D-154, D-155, D-161, D-19K, D-21K, D-23K, D-24K, D-33K(2),
      D-34K(3), D-217, D-225, C, D-250, D-268 and D-269 revealed the presence
      of human blood.  Blood typing examinations were precluded due either to
      the paucity of the stain or the contamination of the stain.

      27.  Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibits D-12, D-55, D-62, D-63,
      D-66, D-67, D-69, D-71, D-221, D-222, D-223, D-224, D-230, D-233, D-234,
      D-235, D-236, D-237, D-239, D-5K, D-22K, D-27K, D-29K, D-33K(1), D-34K(1),
      D-1a, D-9, D-10a, D-11, D-14a, D-29b, D-29c, D-30b, D-37, D-41, D-65, D-68,
      D-133, D-135, D-138, I-213, D-240, D-244, D-248 and D-262 indicated the
      presence of blood.  Further examinations were precluded due to the paucity
      of the stain.

      28.  Examinations of Exhibits D-52, D-53, D-57, D-70, D-75 thru D-85, D-88,
      D-89, D-90, D-92, D-93, D-94, D-98, D-110, D-111, D-112, D-113, D-124, D-125,
      D-139, D-142, D-143, D-218, D-219, D-1K, D-2K, D-3K, D-4K, D-6K thru D-18K,
      D-20K, D-28K, D-34K(2), D-40NB, D-42NB, D-241, D-242, D-243, D-245, D-246,
      D-247, D-249, D-252 and D-253 did not reveal the presence of any blood stains.

      29.  Gross macroscopic examinations of Exhibits D-48 and D-54 indicated the
      presence of blood.  No further examinations were conducted.

      30.  Examinations of Exhibit D-19 and the panties and pajama bottom of
      Exhibit D-212 revealed the presence of urine stains.





 




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       31.  Examinations of Exhibits D-19 and F-257 did not reveal the presence of
       any semen or semen stains.

       32.  Examinations of Exhibits  F-1 and F-2 did not reveal the presence of any
       dangerous drugs or narcotics.  Further examinations of Exhibit F-2 by the
       USAH at Fort Gordon, GA showed same to contain 0.150 mg/ml of ethyl alcohol
       this generally means that the subject was not under the influence of alcohol.

       33.  Examination of Exhibits D-23, D-123, D-221, D-229, D-237, E-3, E-6,
       E-16, E-19a, E-20a, E-24, E-32, E-52NB, E-116, D-118, E-119, E-205, E-300,
       E-301, E-302 and E-303 revealed the presence of fibers identical in type,
       color, denier, twist, and all other physical characteristics to the fibers
       of the pajama jacket, Exhibit D-210.

       34.  It is the opinion of the examiner that the fibers present in the Exhibits
       of paragraph 33 could have originated from Exhibit D-210.

       35.  Examination of Exhibits D-209, D-227, D-229, E-3, E-5, E-7, E-19a,
       E-20a, E-22, E-50, E-63NB, E-210 and E-302 revealed the presence of human
       head hairs, grossly similar in all physical characteristics to the head hair
       of Colette MacDonald.

       36.  It is the opinion of the examiner that one or more of the human head
       hairs present in the Exhibits of paragraph 35 could have originated from the
       head of Colette MacDonald.

       37.  Examination of Exhibits D-221, D-227, D-229, E-10, E-11, E-13, E-50,
       E-116, and E-120 revealed the presence of human head hairs, grossly similar
       in all physical characteristics to the head hair of Kimberly MacDonald.

       38.  It is the opinion of the examiner that one or more of the human head
       hairs present in the Exhibits of paragraph 37 could have originated from the
       head of Kimberly MacDonald.

       39.  Examination of Exhibits D-48NB, D-123, E-8, E-9, E-12, E-15, E-56NB,
       E-57NB and E-61NB revealed the presence of human hairs grossly similar in
       all physical characteristics to the head hair of Kristen MacDonald.

       40.  It is the opinion of the examiner that one or more of the human head
       hairs present in the Exhibits of paragrph 39 could have originated from the
       head of Kristen MacDonald.








 




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      41.  Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibit D-67NB revealed the
      presence of human blood.  In the opinion of the examiner it is a mixture of
      the International Blood Group Types A and O.

      42.  Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibit D-60NB revealed the
      presence of human blood of the International Blood Group Type A.  Further
      examinations of other human blood stains revealed the presence of a mixture
      of human blood which, in the opinion of the examiner, is of the International
      Blood Group Types A and O.

      43.  Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibit D-41NB revealed the
      presence of human blood of the International Blood Group Type O.  Further
      examinations of other human blood stains indicated the presence of the
      International Blood Group Type A or Type O.

      44.  Further blood typing examinations of the Exhibits cited in paragraphs
      18, 22, 24, and 43 were precluded due to the paucity of the stains.

      45.  Examination of several hairs removed from Exhibit E-304 identified same
      as animal hair (horse).  Human head hair was not present on this Exhibit.

      46.  Examination of Exhibits D-245, H-35NB, H-38NB, H-44NB, H-45NB, H-46NB,
      H-47NB, H-54NB and H-73MBR did not reveal the presence of sufficient powder
      residues for chemical comparison.

      47.  Visual examination of the white tablet contained in Exhibit H-6 identified
      same as Kolantyl Wafer.  Kolantyl is used as a peptic ulcer medication and for
      upset stomachs.

      48.  Exhibits D-2a, D-4a, D-9a, D-29a, D-30a, D-38, D-39, D-42, D-47, D-30K,
      D-31K and D-32K were not subjected to blood typing studies since same were
      collected for use as control samples.

      49.  Appropriate examinations of Exhibits E-1, E-2, E-14, E-15, E-22, E-117,
      E-124, E-129, E-206, E-211, E-51 MBR, E-59 NB, F-60 and F-115 were performed.
      These examinations did not reveal any data of significance or relevance.

      50.  Examination of the known hair from Exhibits E-314 through E-319 found
      same to have different physical characteristics to the hair of Exhibits E-4
      and E-5.

      51.  It is the opinion of the examiner that the hair from Exhibits E-314
      through E-319 and the unknown hair of Exhibits E-4 and E-5 did not have a
      common source of origin.





 




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       52.  Examination of Exhibit E-12 revealed the presence of a short human head
       hair that was grossly similar in all physical characteristics to the known
       head hair of Exhibit E-305.

       53.  It is the opinion of the examiner that the hair of Exhibit E-12 and
       that of Exhibit E-305 could have originated from a common source.

       54.  Exhibits E-19a and E-116 contained human body or pubic hair that was
       grossly similar in all physical characteristics to the known hair of
       Exhibit E-313.

       55.  It is the opinion of the examiner that the hair of Exhibits E-19a and
       E-116 could have had a common source of origin with the known hair of
       Exhibit E-313.

       56.  Examination of Exhibits E-50, E-52NB, E-57NB, E-123, E-221, E-222,
       E-227 and E-229 did not reveal the presence of any hair grossly similar to
       the known hairs of Exhibits E-305 through E-313.

       57.  Comparative examinations of the hairs from Exhibits E-4 and E-5 revealed
       the same to be dissimilar to the hairs from Exhibits E-305 through E-313.

            a. Therefore it is the opinion of the examiners that the hairs of
               Exhibits E-4 and E-5 probably did not originate from the same point
               sources as the hairs of Exhibits E-305 through E-313.

            b. However, it must be pointed out that the requested opinion regarding
               positively eliminating the subject as a possible source of the hair
               Cannot be given without first examining numerous other point sources
               of body hair from the subject.

       58.  Comparison of wax removed from Exhibits D-123, G-131 and G-201 with the
       candle wax from Exhibits G(1-10) showed same to be different in chemical
       composition.

       59.  It is the opinion of the examiner that the wax present in Exhibits D-123,
       G-131 and G201 did not originate from the candles G(1-10).

            NOTE:  The following findings were forwarded from this laboratory to the
                   requesting agency as an addendum to the basic report.

       60.  The gloves of Exhibit D-245 are surgical gloves.  These were received
       in a sealed package and the gloves were intact.






 




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      61.  No examinations were performed to see if the pieces of surgical gloves
      were of the same type as the gloves of Exhibit D-245.

           The following are approximate sizes of the pieces of surgeon's gloves:

           Exhibit I-3 - Size of a dime.
           Exhibit I-21- Three fourth's of one finger.
           Exhibit I-213 - Size of a quarter.
           Exhibit I-226 - Size of a dime.

      62.  Exhibit L ("Esquire" with red stain on edge):  The blood stain appeared
      to have been made by a person's finger due to it's shape.  However, it cannot
      be positively stated that it was made by a person's finger, since definite
      ridge pattern formation was precluded by the separations of the individual
      pages.  (Reference our Laboratory Report No. P-FA-D-C-FP-R15, dated 2
      September 1970.)

           a. Exhibit E-1 contained particles of nut meats and hulls, small
              slivers of a pink and silver Christmas tree ornament and dust.
              No bloodstains were present.

           b. Exhibit E-3 contained matted yellow paper fibers, particles of nut
              meats, small round dots of colored paper material and dust.  No
              bloodstains were present.

           c. Exhibit E-14 contained a small piece of dry vegetable matter, similar
              to grass or hay.  No bloodstains were present.

           d. Exhibit E-117 contained two (2) animal hairs.

           e. Exhibit E-124 contained one (1) animal hair and several fibers from
              the purple green and pink quilt in the south bedroom.  No blood stains
              were present.

           f. Exhibit E-129 contained several small pieces of dry vegetable matter
              similar to grass or hay.  No bloodstains were present.

           g. Exhibit E-206 contained several blue, green and yellow single strand
              nylon fibers grossly similar to the fibers of the rug, Exhibit D-227.

           h. Exhibit E-211 contained several pink nylon fibers and one (1) animal
              hair.







 




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           i.  Exhibit E-51 MBR contained multi-colored yarns similar to the
               type used in crocheting.  No bloodstains were present.

           j.  Exhibit E-59NB contained several small pieces of dry vegetable matter,
               similar to grass or hay and one (1) animal hair.

           k.  Examination of Exhibits F-60 and F-115 showed same to be a small
               amount of hard yellow and white substance.  No chemical tests were
               conducted on this substance.

      63.  The term, "red crusts" of Exhibit D-256 referred to suspected dried
      blood.  These were not analyzed for anything other than blood type as
      indicated in paragraph 9 of the Preliminary Report.

      64.  The gloves of Exhibits D-33K and D-34K are not surgical gloves, therefore
      not identifiable with the suspected pieces of surgical gloves of Exhibits I-3,
      I-21, I-213 and I-226.
































 




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     FA-D-P-C-FP-82-70

     RECAP  (Fingerprints)

     The following number of latent prints developed in this case belong to CPT MacDON

     Nineteen (19) latent fingerprints.
     Four (4) latent palm prints.
     Twenty-three (23) total prints.


     The following number of latent prints developed in this case belong to Mrs. MacDO

     Sixteen (16) latent fingerprints.
     Three (3) latent palm prints.
     *One (1) latent footprint (on coffee table; originally carried as finger & palm pri
     Nineteen (19) total prints excluding footprint.
     One (1) footprint


     The following number of latent prints developed in this case have not been identif

     Sixteen (16) latent fingerprints
     Seventeen (17) latent palm prints
                OR                        (One latent impression can be either from a
     Fifteen (15) latent fingerprints      finger or from a portion of a palm).
     Eighteen (18) latent palm prints



     NOTE:  Three (3) of the latent prints developed in this case were made (identified
            by investigators.



     Total latent prints developed in this case:  87
     Total latent prints identified in this case: 47*
     Total latent prints not identified to date:  33
     Total latent prints "lost" in this case:      7















 




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                                Fingerprint Division Findings

      1.  Examination of Exhibits A thru C, I, K, M, N, and X did not reveal any
      comparable latent prints.

      2.  Examination of Exhibits L-1 thru L-10 revealed numerous latent prints on
      pages 99 thru 104, 109 thru 116, an advertisement page and back magazine cover.

      3.  Examination of Exhibit J revealed one latent fingerprint and one latent
      palm print suitable for identification.

      4.  Examination of Exhibits R-1 and R-2 revealed three latent fingerprints on
      Exhibit R-1 and one latent print on Exhibit R-2 that are suitable for identi-
      fication.

      5.  Examination of Exhibits S-1 and S-2 revealed one latent fingerprint on
      each Exhibit that are suitable for identification.

      6.  Examination of Exhibit T revealed one latent fingerprint suitable for
      identification.

      7.  Examination of Exhibits U-1 thru U-7, photographs of latent finger and
      palm prints, revealed:

          a.  Exhibit U-1 - One latent print.

          b.  Exhibit U-2 - Three latent fingerprints and three latent palm prints.

          c.  Exhibit U-3 - Thirteen latent fingerprints and eleven latent palm
              prints.

          d.  Exhibit U-4 - Three latent fingerprints and three latent palm prints.

          e.  Exhibit U-5 - Twelve latent fingerprints and seven latent palm prints.

          f.  Exhibit U-6 - Four latent fingerprints and four latent palm prints.

          g,  Exhibit U-7 - One latent fingerprint.

      8.  Examination of Exhibit W-5, headboard and footboard, revealed one partial
      latent palm print on the footboard.

      9.  Examination of the foot impression on the floor of the north bedroom
      revealed:

          a.  That it was not made by the person whose record footprint is desig-
              nated Exhibit V-2 (Colette MacDonald).

          b.  That it was not made by the person whose record footprint is desig-
              nated Exhibit V-3 (Ronald Harrison).

 




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      10.  Comparison of the latent prints developed on Exhibits previously identified,
      with the record prints submitted revealed:

           a.  Exhibits P thru T - No matching impressions.

           b.  Exhibit U-1 - The latent footprint was made by Mrs. C. MacDONALD's
               left foot.

           c.  Exhibit U-2 - One latent fingerprint was made by Mrs. C. MacDONALD.
                             One latent palm print was made by Cpt. J. MacDONALD.

           d.  Exhibit U-3 - Eight latent fingerprints were made by Mrs. C. MacDONALD.
                             Two latent palm prints were made by Mrs. C. MacDONALD and
                             one latent palm print was made by Cpt. J. MacDONALD.

           e.  Exhibit U-4 - Two latent fingerprints were made by Mrs. C. MacDONALD.
                             One latent palm print was made by Cpt. J. MacDONALD.

           f.  Exhibit U-5 - Seven latent fingerprints were made by Cpt. J. MacDONALD,
                             and two latent fingerprints were made by Mrs. C. MacDONALD.

           g.  Exhibit U-6 - One latent fingerprint was made by an investigator.

      11.  The remaining latent prints were not identified.  However, due to lack of
      complete clarity in some areas of the record finger and palm prints of Cpt. and
      Mrs. MacDONALD, a complete elimination/identification could not be made.

      12.  The foot impression, appearing on Exhibit D-215, matches in general shape,
      outline, and size the record footprint of Cpt. J. MacDONALD.  However, due to
      absence of individual ridge characteristics in the photographs taken of this
      Exhibit, a positive identification could not be made by the examiner.

      13.  Exhibits V-10 through V-71 submitted by Det B, 3rd MP GP (CI), Fort Bragg,
      N. C. are record fingerprints and/or palm prints of possible subjects and other
      personnel involved in this case.  A listing of these personnel is found in Case
      File Number 70-CID023-10198 of requesting agency.

      14.  Comparison of Exhibits V-10 through V-71 (record fingerprints and/or palm
      prints) with the unidentified latent finger and/or palm prints developed in this
      case, did not reveal any matching impressions.

      15.  Comparison of the identifiable latent prints developed on Exhibit L, (Esquire
      magazine) with the record prints Exhibits V-1 and V-2 revealed the following:

           Exhibit L-1 (advertisement page) - was made by the left ring finger of
                                              Captain MacDONALD.
           Exhibit L-4 (page 99)            - was not identified.

           Exhibit L-9 (page 101)           - was made by the left index finger of
                                              Captain MacDONALD.

 




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           Exhibit L-11 (page 102)          - was made by the left thumb of Captain
                                              MacDONALD.
           Exhibit L-13 (page 104)          - was made by the left middle finger of
                                              Captain MacDONALD.
           Exhibit L-15 (page 109)          - was made by the right thumb of Captain
                                              MacDONALD.
           Exhibit L-19 (page 114)          - was made by the right thumb of Mrs.
                                              MacDONALD.
           Exhibit L-20 (page 114)          - is a partial latent palm print co-ordi-
                                              nated w/right thumb of Mrs. MacDONALD
                                              identified as Exhibit L-19.
           Exhibit L-23 (page 116)          - was made by the right thumb of Mrs.
                                              MacDONALD.
           Exhibit L-24 (page 116)          - was not identified.

           Exhibit L-25 (page 116)          - was not identified.

           Exhibit L-26 (back cover page)   - was not identified.

      EXAMINER'S NOTE:  Regarding the red stain on the edge of the Esquire magazine,
      Exhibit L, attention is directed to paragraph 22 of the chemistry annex of this
      report in which it is reported that the red stain is in fact blood and is of the
      International Blood Group Type A or AB.

      During the crime scene process, this magazine was found in one of the two stacks
      which contained books, magazines, and a cardboard box which was under the edge of
      the coffee table located in the living room in front of the sofa.

      The bloodstain appeared to have been made by a person's finger due to its
      shape.  However, it cannot be positively stated that it was made by a person's
      finger since definite ridge pattern formation was precluded by the separations
      of the individual pages.


















 




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                                 Document Division Findings

          Examination and comparison of the questioned handprinting appearing on
      Exhibit W-5 with the exemplars, Exhibits W-2 thru W-4 resulted in the following
      conclusions:

          a.  The questioned handprinting appearing on Exhibit W-5 was very probably
      executed by a right handed persion utilizing the index and middle fingers of
      the right hand.

          b.  The writers of the exemplars, Exhibits W-2 thru W-4 could neither be
      eliminated nor identified as having executed the questioned handprinting
      appearing on Exhibit W-5.





                                 Firearms Division Findings

          Disassembly and examination of the components and locking devices submitted
      in Exhibits Y-1, Y-2, Y-3 revealed no markings or other indications of having
      been forced or opened by any instrument other than a normal house key.