Why Jeffrey MacDonald's Murder Conviction for Killing His Family Is Still Being Debated

Why Jeffrey MacDonald's Murder Conviction for Killing His Family Is Still Being Debated
Once upon a time, the idea of a bunch of drug-crazed hippies sneaking onto an Army base and annihilating an officer's wife and two kids while leaving him for dead would have sounded a little farfetched. After what happened to Sharon Tate and eight others over the course of two nights in August 1969, the prospect wasn't quite so unbelievable. Of course, Susan Atkins, Tex Watson and the other followers of Charles Manson who committed the Tate-labianca murders weren't your average hippies. But they were linked enough to the counterculture to put an end to an era and convince plenty of people that those so-called peaceniks were up to no good. And they were certainly scary enough to inspire an...
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