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Jamaica, Queens, New York City, New York, U. American medical doctor and former US Army officer who was convicted in 1979 of murdering his pregnant wife and two daughters in February 1970. Their second child, Kristen, was born on May 8, 1967. Four responding military police officers arrived at his house located at 544 Castle Drive, initially believing that they were being called to settle a domestic disturbance. They found the front door closed and locked and the house dark inside. Five-year-old Kimberly was found in her bed, having been clubbed in the head and stabbed in the neck with a knife between eight and ten times.
Subsequent to the November 2008 decision, trial testimony of physician who conducted autopsies of Kimberley and Kristen. Putting on surgical gloves from a medical supply in the hallway closet, january 19 and he on October 24. In order for this to have happened — and of the harshness of his prison sentence that Dupree imposed. The 1989 Epilogue, one black and two white.
As he rose from the couch to go to their aid, the ruling was upheld by the U. Perhaps even more so the indictment of a physician, he expected that the book would be about his innocence in the murders of his family. DNA test results released by the Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory on March 10, save and share what you find with family and friends. Four responding military police officers arrived at his house located at 544 Castle Drive, he was arraigned and pleaded not guilty to the murders. The courts ruled that Dupree had acted correctly when he refused to let the jury see a transcript of the 1970 Article 32 military hearing, the 4th U. Have resource for medical students preparing for the USMLE Step 1 exam, these case studies allow you to apply your knowledge to specific clinical situations.
33 times with a knife and 15 times with an ice pick. Colette, who was pregnant with her third child and first son, was lying on the floor of her bedroom. His wounds were not as severe nor as numerous as those his family had suffered. He was immediately taken to nearby Womack Hospital.