CID Findings

March 29, 1972:  USACIL Consolidated Report

USACIL Consolidated Report, page 21  Page 21
USACIL Consolidated Report, page 21

Paragraph 49:  Appropriate examinations of Exhibits E1, E2, E14, E15, E22, E117, E124, E129, E206, E211, E51MBR, E59NB, F60 and F115 were performed. These examinations did not reveal any data of significance or relevance.

USACIL Consolidated Report, page 23  Page 23
USACIL Consolidated Report, page 23

Paragraph 62:  g.  Exhibit E206 contained several blue, green and yellow single strand nylon fibers grossly similar to the fibers of the rug, Exhibit D227.

Related exhibits

A Piece of wood 31" x 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" bearing red-brown and white stains
D227 Green-blue-yellow throw rug bearing red-brown stains from east bedroom
E205 Fibers removed from Exhibit A

Webmaster note

Although this exhibit's description includes the word "hairs," there are no CID Findings for any hairs found in this exhibit. Hair is described in the DNA Findings for Exhibit E205.

Excerpts from various documents having to do with Exhibits E205 and E206 (See Notes for these exhibits) indicate that debris from both exhibits were often grouped together and referred to as Exhibit E205.


July 5, 1970: Pre-Article 32 defense questioning of Robert Shaw (CID)    

July 23 and 24, 1970: Robert Shaw (CID) at the Article 32 hearing

August 21, 1974: William Ivory (CID) at the Grand Jury

August 21, 1974: Robert Shaw (CID) at the Grand Jury

October 24, 1974: Dillard Browning (CID) at the Grand Jury    

January 15, 1975: William Ivory (CID) at the Grand Jury

July 25, 1979: Robert Shaw (CID) at trial

August 2, 1979: Larry Flinn (CID) at trial

August 10, 1979: Brian Murtagh at trial

August 28, 1979: Final arguments at trial

October 13, 1990: Excerpt from affidavit of Bernard Segal

October 16, 1990: Excerpts from Affidavit of John Murphy

February 8, 1991: Affidavit of James Frier (FBI)    

February 13, 1991: Affidavit of Shirley Green (FBI)    

1993: The Police Chief, "FATAL VISION REVISITED: The MacDonald Murder Case"

April 17, 2006: Excerpt from Government's response to defense motions