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Joe McGinniss upset with Atlantic Monthly

There’s no love lost between Cambridge filmmaker Errol Morris and writer Joe McGinniss, and that’s understandable.

McGinniss, after all, is the author of the 1983 bestseller, “Fatal Vision,” which made the case that US Army doctor Jeffrey MacDonald was rightly convicted for killing his pregnant wife and two daughters, while Morris is an Oscar-winning director whose recent book, “A Wilderness of Error,” makes the case that MacDonald was wrongly convicted.

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