Jeffrey McDonald during an interview at the federal correctional institution in Sheridan, Ore. in 1995. MacDonald is serving three life sentences for killing his pregnant wife, Colette, and daughters Kimberly and Kristen on Feb. 17, 1970. MacDonald has said a band of drug-crazed hippies attacked his family at their Fort Bragg, N.C. home, chanting "Acid is groovy. Kill the pigs."
Jeffrey McDonald during an interview at the federal correctional institution in Sheridan, Ore. in 1995. MacDonald is serving three life sentences for killing his pregnant wife, Colette, and daughters Kimberly and Kristen on Feb. 17, 1970. MacDonald has said a band of drug-crazed hippies attacked his family at their Fort Bragg, N.C. home, chanting "Acid is groovy. Kill the pigs." SHANE YOUNG AP
Jeffrey McDonald during an interview at the federal correctional institution in Sheridan, Ore. in 1995. MacDonald is serving three life sentences for killing his pregnant wife, Colette, and daughters Kimberly and Kristen on Feb. 17, 1970. MacDonald has said a band of drug-crazed hippies attacked his family at their Fort Bragg, N.C. home, chanting "Acid is groovy. Kill the pigs." SHANE YOUNG AP

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