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Truth Media
Morally Indefensible
From Marc Smerling, the creator behind The Jinx and Crimetown, comes a story of murder, friendship and betrayal. In 1979, Ex-Green Beret Doctor Jeffrey MacDonald was convicted of the murders of his pregnant wife and two young daughters. When he meets a famous young journalist named Joe McGinniss, the two become fast friends. Joe agrees to write a book about Jeff’s case to finally reveal the truth. The book, Fatal Vision, became a smash bestseller and a TV limited series watched by millions of people. But the story it told wasn’t the story Jeff expected…And that sets off a series of events...
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4.2 stars from 1,535 ratings
Sigh...idiots screeching about “motive” are the same idiots who don’t seem to be aware of the family annihilator killer type — a well-documented phenomenon in 2020 unlike the much more naive 1970s (you know when a philandering narcissist would/could *never* kill his family...eye roll). They...Read full review »
LydianalaMode via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/24/20
Really interesting
At the time of these murders,it seemed so lame (and unbelievable)that there were invasive hippies in this neighborhood.I really liked Fatal Vision.Your podcast added and brought to light information about this case.Thanks! Cindy S.
Cindy Clo via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/23/20
Decent but frustrating
Great story but it’s broken into episodes that as standalone, are boring and unfulfilling.
TcbinSanJose via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/23/20
Recent Episodes
After more than thirty years in prison, Jeffrey MacDonald is granted a new hearing to present evidence that may finally set him free. The prosecution calls to the stand...Joe McGinniss.
Published 09/24/20
Joe McGinniss takes a page from Jeffrey MacDonald’s playbook and invites famous journalist Janet Malcolm to write about the lawsuit -- She’ll understand…Or will she?
Published 09/22/20
Jeffrey MacDonald finally gets his day in court…civil court, that is. He sues Joe McGinniss for betraying him and lying in his book.
Published 09/15/20
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