CID Findings

March 29, 1972:  USACIL Consolidated Report

USACIL Consolidated Report, page 20  Page 20
USACIL Consolidated Report, page 20

Paragraph 32:  Examinations of Exhibits F1 and F2 did not reveal the presence of any dangerous drugs or narcotics. Further examinations of Exhibit F2 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.

Related exhibits

F1 Urine sample from CPT MacDonald

Webmaster note

The Notes for this exhibit include references to the liqueur Jeffrey MacDonald claims Colette (and possibly also he, himself) had during the evening of February 16, 1970.

The Notes also include references to Jeffrey MacDonald's possible abuse of amphetamines (Eskatrol) on the night of the murders. Also included are excerpts regarding notes he made for his attorneys which included mention of that issue.

The CID laboratory was not requested to test for -- and did not test for -- the presence of amphetamines, and in any case, equipment available to them at that time would not have permitted such testing.


April 6, 1970: Jeffrey MacDonald's CID interview with Grebner, Ivory and Shaw    

ca. April 1970: Excerpts from Jeffrey MacDonald's handwritten notes

April 21, 1970: Dr. Robert Sadoff's draft of his session with Jeffrey MacDonald

August 15, 1970: Jeffrey MacDonald at the Article 32 hearing    

March 20, 1971: Interview of Jeffrey MacDonald by Pruett and Kearns    

August 13, 14, 15 and 16 1974: Jeffrey MacDonald at the Grand Jury    

December 12, 1974: Dr. Bruce Bailey at the Grand Jury

January 21, 1975: Jeffrey MacDonald at the Grand Jury    

August 23, 1979: Jeffrey MacDonald at trial    

1983: Excerpts from Fatal Vision by Joe McGinniss