Date: Sun, May 25, 2008 5:01 pm
NO need to worry about me saving you address. Jeff MaCGuilty is his name to
me. He deserves the death penalty times 4, for colette,kim,kristen, and the unborn
child. I hope he dies in prison, I'm very much an advocate for the dealth penalty,
too bad it wasn't available for him during that trial. I think your advocating for
the wrong person, and I'm sincerely sorry for that.
I was introduced to the MacDonald case via a talk I attended by Ted Gunderson in 1997. I then looked into the case and read far more than most people have ever done concerning the details of this case. If you invest enough time in studying all the players involved in the case and especially the people in the Army CID and later the Justice dept, you would know that MacDonald was framed and is completely innocent.
He was the victim of an assault that night in his home on Feb. 17, 1970 by eight individuals from a local satanic drug coven. THREE PARTICIPANTS IN THE CRIME ADMITTED their roles in killing MacDonald's wife and children.
However, if you came into the case via the TV movie, the McGinniss book, the TV tabloid shows of that time, the media, and the completely rigged trial conducted by a corrupt prosecutor (later convicted of embezzlement and disbarred), then sure, you're going to think he's guilty because all of those venues were working in tandem to MAKE HIM LOOK GUILTY.
I won't change your mind because your prejudice is set and will go with you to the grave. But I feel sorry for you that you should carry a hatred in your heart for a man who is innocent.
But you'll find out when you pass over into the spirit world the truth of the matter, so you won't be in ignorance forever. However,you will carry the regret of your misjudgment for a time to come. That's how karma works. The more hatred you've invested in misjudging MacDonald, the more it will come back to you as you pay down later. Remember, there's no free ride. All accounts must be made smooth and even. To the degree that you've heaped misjudgment on him, you will suffer the same fate, in this life or in another.
And yes, MacDonald may well die in prison because letting him out would prove that he was framed by people very high up in the military and the government. But that doesn't mean he was guilty. It only means that he's one of the most well known victims of government railroading in the history of the United States.
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