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By Joe McGinniss

Fatal Vision is the electrifying precise tale of Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald, the good-looking, Princeton-educated health care professional convicted of savagely slaying his younger pregnant spouse and babies, murders he vehemently denies committing.
Bestselling writer Joe McGinnis chronicles each element of this frightening and complicated crime, and probes the existence and psyche of the magnetic, all-American Jeffrey MacDonald, a golden boy who appeared destined to have all of it. the result's a penetration to the guts of darknes that enshrouded essentially the most complicated felony instances ever to trap the eye of the yankee public. it's haunting, stunningly suspenseful—a paintings that no reader may be in a position to disregard.
With eight pages of dramatic pictures and a distinct epilogue by means of the author

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The men followed the footprints until they reached an inlet that was said to be filled with sharks. Deciding that it was too dangerous to risk crossing the waterway, the pair made their way around the inlet almost 50 kilometres until they found a solitary hut, but Weiberg saw the men first. The felon fled for some distance and then jumped off a four-metre cliff onto the beach. But the officers drew their firearms and shot them ahead of Weiberg, who threw his hands in the air and surrendered himself.

It would also see an innocent mother jailed, and break up a strong family unit, unable to withstand the obvious pressures of rumour, persecution and media scrutiny. The Chamberlains – Michael, Lindy and their three children, Azaria, six-year-old Aidan and four-year-old Reagan – had left their home in the north Queensland town of Mt Isa on 13 August on a family holiday, to see the huge sandstone rock formation that draws so many tourists to Central Australia; a sacred site for the local indigenous Australians.

The media spewed. ’ they barked. Amid cries of deception and fraud, the organisers agreed to let the media photograph the four boats leaving with the Terrys on board and also arranged for a trusted observer to go out with each fish releaser. The observers were selected from the town’s most prominent and honest citizens – the police chief, the headmistress, the head of the chamber of commerce and the mayor. The Moth drew his old mate the mayor, alderman Clarrie ‘Carbuncle’ Carr. He couldn’t believe his luck.

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