In a wilderness of error errol morris turns his considerable documentary skill to one of the most widely discussed murder cases of the 20th century in which dr jeffrey macdonald was convicted of killing his wife and two daughters in 1970 and received three consecutive life sentences. A wilderness of error the trials of jeffrey macdonald is a book by errol morris published in september 2012 it reexamines the case of jeffrey macdonald the green beret physician accused of killing his wife and two daughters in their home on fort bragg on february 17 1970 and convicted of the crime on august 29 1979. Academy award winning filmmaker and former private detective errol morris examines the nature of evidence and proof in the infamous jeffrey macdonald murder case early on the morning of february 17 1970 in fort bragg north carolina jeffrey macdonald a green beret doctor called the police for help. A wilderness of error the trials of jeffrey macdonald is not a book you should start on a day when you have a long to do list this is not one of those dull paint by numbers crime books it doesnt start with the murders and then double back. If this headstrong book doesnt change your sense of the jeffrey macdonald case ill eat my chuck taylors a wilderness of error the trials of jeffrey macdonald
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