An army surgeon, Jeffrey MacDonald, is the lone survivor of a brutal 1970 home invasion that claims the lives of his wife and daughters. But authorities doubt his story of murderous hippies and believe MacDonald is the culprit. -Jeffrey MacDonald: The Accused, People Magazine Investigates (S1,E11)
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Jeffrey MacDonald: The Accused | People Magazine Investigates | ID (S1,E11)
Jeffrey MacDonald: The Accused | People Magazine Investigates | ID (website)
Jeffrey MacDonald: The Accused | People Magazine Investigates | ID (Prime Video)