December 1, 1971: USACIL Report P-D-FA-C-FP-82-70-R33
Examination and comparison of Exhibit W-6 in conjunction with Exhibits B and D, resulted in the following conclusions:
There are no indications that the writer of Exhibits B and D (J. MacDONALD) executed Exhibit W-6.
Webmaster note: In this report, Exhibit W-2 is designated as Exhibit B, and Exhibit W-4 is designated as Exhibit D .
March 29, 1972: USACIL Consolidated Report
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.
|D30||Red-brown stain marked "PIG" on headboard in east bedroom|
|W1||Photographs of lettering: PIG on headboard|
|W3||Notebook, yellow, containing handwriting and handprinting, C. MacDonald|
|W4||DA Form 2694, pertaining to Jeffrey R. MacDonald, dtd 9-18-68|
|W5||Headboard, blond wood, bearing handprinting in suspected blood|
|W6||Sheet of white onion skin paper bearing questioned handwriting and handprinting|