Jeffrey MacDonald's descriptions of the "intruders"
Courtesy of themacdonaldcase.com
|FEB. 17, 1970 INTERVIEW PER FATAL VISION||FEB. 17, 1970 INTERVIEW PER CID|
|One black male wearing Army fatigue jacket with sergeant's stripes on sleeve.||One black male, age 18-24 years, approximately 5' 10" to 5" 11" tall, 160-180 lbs., medium build, medium complexion, black kinky hair cut close to the head and well-kept, wearing an Army fatigue jacket with sergeant E6 stripes, clean-shaven and chubby face.|
|One white male with mustache, wearing red-hooded sweatshirt.||One Caucasian male, 18-25 years old, 5' 7" tall, 140-150 lbs., dark hair, slight to medium build, thin mustache, deep-set eyes with pock marks on cheeks and chin, wearing sweat shirt with hood dangling down the back.|
|One white male (no description).||One Caucasian male, 18-25 years old, 5' 10" tall, 170-180 lbs., medium build, wearing tan jacket, clean-shaven, wearing a cross on a chain around his neck.|
|One blonde female wearing floppy hat, high boots and short skirt. Could not recall exact color of boots, but said they were so wet they appeared to be black. She was holding a candle in front of her face.||One Caucasian female, 16-25 years old, 5' 2" to 5' 4" tall, 110-130 lbs., long light blonde hair hanging to the middle of her back, wearing a large floppy hat, dark colored, high brown or black fake leather boots, either short skirt or shorts. Medium build, holding a lit candle in front of her body.|