Macdonald told military investigators that he had been asleep on the couch when he was awakened by screams.
There was also some evidence that seemed to point to Macdonald, such as pajama fiber hairs under the body.
That should bother you even if you think that the preponderance of the evidence says that Macdonald is guilty.
Macdonald was found with a non-fatal injury (collapsed lung).
The courthouse in which Macdonald argued his first case still stands.
Mr. Labouchere moved, and Mr. Macdonald seconded, the rescindment of the resolution of the 22nd, which was lost on division.
Wittgenstein had been despatched to cut off Macdonald's retreat.
By this time Macdonald had led us through two empty rooms on the upper 202floor, and now he stopped at the door of a third.
Macdonald hearing this proposal, went at once to the Prince.
Macdonald wheeled abruptly away, crossed the room in long strides, and came back.