24 Sept 1998 - 31 Dec 1998


  1. I just finished Mr. Dummas's book, "Greentown", and was blown away by the story of Martha Moxley's murder. I just saw Dorthy Moxley's recent photo on this web sight and began to cry. Because the photos of Dorthy in the book were circa 1974, it was shocking to realize how much time has actually gone by. Who should have to spend most of their adult life searching for the person who murdered their beautiful child? My prayers go out to Dorthy and her son John. I hope that a resolution is found in her life time.

    M. M. Mulard
    Kensington, MD US - Wednesday, December 30, 1998 @ 16:13:40 EST
  2. I have read everything that I can get my hands on about this case. I pray for Dorothy and John that this will finally have closure and that justice will be done.
    christine burchett
    temple, tx US - Wednesday, December 30, 1998 @ 09:18:34 EST
  3. This case seems so clearn cut to me -- especially after reading Mark Fuhrman's book (which I must admit was one of the most intriguing reads I have had). I know that in the near future, justice will prevail. This is so sad to me that such a wonderful family has had to withstand such agony and pain. My prayers and hopes are with you always. Let us hope for this to end finally with those punished as need be.
    S Knapp
    CT US - Tuesday, December 29, 1998 @ 23:44:36 EST
  4. I hope that this excellent site will bring tips to solve the case. I will most likely buy Mark Fuhrman's book. I feel for Martha Moxley's mother and family, and would love to see justice service, by finding the murderer.
    Marigene Kachurka
    Irvine, CA US - Saturday, December 26, 1998 @ 15:13:28 EST
  5. Fascinating site. Just hope one day the killer will be caught.
    Roger Long
    Port Clinton, OH US - Saturday, December 19, 1998 @ 12:13:48 EST
  6. Had it not been for the formidable intelligence, courage,
    and investigative skills of Mark Fuhrman, Dorothy Moxley
    would still not know who murdered her daughter. And the
    criminal justice system of Greenwich would still be doing
    absolutely nothing. Mr. Fuhrman and all of the other members
    of Team Moxley sould be very proud of themselves.

    The police and prosecutors of Greenwich should be beyond
    ashamed of their utter incopetence and cowardice.

    Shorty should be on his very last nerve.

    Happy Holidays to all of the members of Team Moxley. Keep
    up the good work. The news about the Elan testimony was great.

    Pam Horton
    Chesapeake, VA US - Thursday, December 17, 1998 @ 17:49:54 EST
  7. Why is it that there are no recent pictures of Michael Skakel ? I'm not sure, but I may have seen him the other day. I live near him. If it was him (in a coffee shop, pacing back & forth while talking to a woman & throwing papers around the table) then it will really give me the creeps to know he's so close

    a rocci
    ma US - Wednesday, December 16, 1998 @ 23:51:09 EST
  8. My heart goes out to Dorothy and her son John. Please
    keep up the good work here. I don't understand how the
    killer or killers sleep at night. When will good triumph
    over evil? Thank you for your wonderful work.

    Rosemary Rafferty
    Newark, DE US - Wednesday, December 16, 1998 @ 20:51:07 EST
  9. Mark, thank you for telling us about Martha’s story and laying out the evidence so we can draw our own conclusions. Robert, thanks for your initiative in starting up the Martha Moxley website, all the way from Austria! Tom, you’re doing a terrific job compiling and sharing information about the case, and making Joe Johnson’s articles available on the website. Thanks for your instant report that the Elan testimonies have been ruled admissible! What great Holiday news for Martha’s family, and for the rest of us who also care about justice. Things are looking brighter—Happy Holidays to "Team Moxley!"


    Nina Rosenstand
    San Diego, CA US - Wednesday, December 16, 1998 @ 14:26:27 EST
  10. I became interested in this case after reading Mark Fuhrman's "A Murder in Greenwich".
    It upsets me to think that the murderer has gotten away with this for so long.
    I know the that the grand jury will do the right thing, and the murderer will finally pay for what he did and Martha will finally rest in peace.
    Dorothy my prayers are with you. Also can you please let me know when Montel will air his show. I would really like to watch it. Thanks.

    J. Alvarez
    Brooklyn, NY US - Tuesday, December 15, 1998 @ 11:26:56 EST
  11. I am a 15 year old very interested and looking to pursue a career in criminology. I just finished reading "Murder in Greenwich" and it was so sad. My heart goes out to the whole family, especially John because I can empathize with him because I have a little sister and I don't know what I'd do with out her. I would also like to say that you guys have been so strong in keeping the case open and people interested in it. I wish the best of luck to all of you. Also, if you find out the date of the Montel show and get a chance, could you let me know. I'd really like to see that. Thank you so much.
    Kristen
    Eielson AFB, AK US - Monday, December 14, 1998 @ 21:54:05 EST
  12. Let me make a big assumption here, and ask: If Michael Skakel is convicted of Martha Moxley's murder, what punishment can be expected, since it occurred when he was a juvenile?
    Jeff Mangan
    Sun Prairie, WI US - Monday, December 14, 1998 @ 17:37:10 EST
  13. I am so very pleased to see that this case was reopened.My heart goes out to the Moxley family.I only hope that this time around it will come to closeur for them. It still upsets me to think that after all this time there is still no arrest.So I ask myself if the saying is true, that all one needs is money and power behind them to get away with murder.We have seen this in the past,this has to STOP AND stop now.
    Pat Tureck
    Ossining, NY US - Friday, December 11, 1998 @ 19:58:36 EST
  14. I am a law student and have always been fascinated (and saddened) by unsolved crimes. After reading Mark Furhman's novel "Murder in Greenwich"...I was stunned. This was a murder that could have been solved, if the police had simply followed proper procedure and not been frightened of the wealthy. To me, this is not an unsolved crime. In my eyes, Michael Skakel (I am hoping this is spelled correctly) is the guilty party and I do hope the grand jury sees this as well. I would like to say your page is quite well done, although further information should be applied (such as the information in Mr. Furhman's novel). Please contact me, if possible, when you discover the time the Montel Williams' show with the Moxley case will air. I am often to busy to be surfing the web...so it would be appreciated. And my best to the family of Martha Moxley.
    Melissa Slade
    SD US - Thursday, December 10, 1998 @ 06:51:03 EST
  15. Since this case retained my attention, i was pleased to finally find a website with some more information on the case.My hobby is trying to solve unsolved murders... this one is a pretty tough one.If you want to contact me, do so on my personnal e-mail wich is:
    Smokey@France-mail.com

    Mario Pellegrino
    Montreal, QC CA - Monday, December 07, 1998 @ 20:00:25 EST
  16. I hope with all my hearth that the murderers will be find soon.It's very cruel what they do to Martha so they must be punied for this.Good luck!!!!
    Sophie Mercier
    Canada - Saturday, December 05, 1998 @ 08:33:43 EST
  17. ANYONE WHO HAS COMMENTS FOR JOE RICCI CAN E-MAIL HIM DIRECTLY AT - elanschool@aol.com
    John D.Ricci
    US - Friday, December 04, 1998 @ 10:41:49 EST
  18. I live an houR away from Greenwhich. I hope the Skakels are put on trial in Bridgeport superior court so I can attend.

    Jenny Ames
    Shelton, CT US - Tuesday, December 01, 1998 @ 12:19:56 EST
  19. Dear Mrs. Moxley,
    My name is David Dribben. I am a 31 year old school teacher in Independence, Missouri. I just finished reading Mr. Fuhrman's excellent book and I just felt compelled to express to you my deepest sympathy for your continuing loss. I deeply grieve for the loss of such a promising life who would, no doubt, have contributed to her country and the world. I will hold you, your family, and Martha in my prayers; that you all may find peace, justice and closure. I know that someday you will reunite with your daughter and husband again. Until that day, my prayers will be with you in your search for the truth. God bless and comfort you, Mrs. Moxley.


    Dave Dribben

    David A. Dribben
    Independence, MO US - Monday, November 30, 1998 @ 12:01:12 EST


  20. JAMES O'SULLIVAN
    CORTLANDT MANOR, NY US - Sunday, November 29, 1998 @ 00:17:01 EST
  21. I am confident that there is an X-Elan student or staff
    person with information reguarding this case. Please do
    the right thing, and contact the Ct. State Att. Office at
    203-579-6506. The Moxley family deserves all of our support
    and cooperation.
    John D. Ricci

    John D. Ricci
    Windham, ME US - Friday, November 27, 1998 @ 11:02:14 EST
  22. I became very interested in the case after seeing it on the Leeza show. Ever since then I have been hoping that they catch the killer really soon for at least Dorothy Moxley's sake. She is a very strong woman to keep searching for the killer after 23 years.... Good luck and keep searching, all your efforts will pay off.
    Misti Barrett
    Kingsport, Tn US - Thursday, November 26, 1998 @ 21:39:30 EST
  23. I was very pleased to see that this sad case is being kept alive with such vigor. I used to work with both Joe Johnson and Tim Dumas at the Greenwich News. I know them well and trust them completely. I urge folks to go out and buy "Greentown" by Tim Dumas. It is a fantastic read!


    Maxwell Balmain
    Seattle, WWWA US - Monday, November 23, 1998 @ 22:30:53 EST
  24. Dear Dorothy,

    I was traveling the other day reading USA Today,
    and to my shock I came across the article about Martha.
    I think what shocked me was turning the pages and seeing
    her face looking back at me. I sent the article to Pam
    in Eygpt to keep her up on the news. I believe she'll be
    writing you shortly. All the McGraths hope there will be
    some resolution in the very near future.
    All of our love and prayers are with you. The McGraths

    Victoria McGrath
    US - Friday, November 20, 1998 @ 22:03:23 EST

  25. Dear Moxley family,
    I remember what a shock it was when I found out Martha had been killed. I feel for your continuing pain. It sickens me to think that one's power and position can be used to wipe out an young girls life. I pray that the truth will be known and your family can be at peace.
    Love, Pamela Mcgrath Abdelnaby

    Pamela McGrath Abdelnaby
    Giza Pyramids, Egypt - Friday, November 20, 1998 @ 04:19:10 EST
  26. I am an old family friend of the Moxley's with many wonderfull memories of Martha.

    eleanore mcgrath
    US - Thursday, November 19, 1998 @ 18:56:21 EST
  27. Through my daughter and "high tech", I am putting this message on your website. I have read all the other messages in the guestbook and I feel very strongly that there is someone out there with access to this site who would have good information regarding this case but is hesitant to come forward. I was one of the original investigators on this case and freely admit that mistakes were made. That, unfortunately, is history. I would ask anyone with any information to contact the Grand Jury investigators at (203) 579-6506. Or if they would feel more comfortable, they could call me at (203) 637-0134. A lot of the information in the three books - "A Season in Purgatory" (Dunne), "Greentown" (Dumas) and "Murder in Greenwich" (Fuhrman) - was information I shared with the authors. I was more than happy to do it. Any further information should be shared as happily so this matter - and Martha, Dorthy and John - may finally rest.

    Stephen X. Carroll
    Riverside, CT US - Tuesday, November 17, 1998 @ 16:32:11 EST
  28. HI..I am an 18 year old student at Boston University and saw on the news today about the martha Moxley case. i am shocked that a murder like this has lasted unsolved for so long. i am also sorry that it has. Good luck to fionding the murderer.
    Annie Leffers
    US - Monday, November 16, 1998 @ 22:24:54 EST
  29. I wonder how the Skakels can live with themselves. Hopefully, justice will soon be served, Michael Skakel will be behind bars and Martha can finally rest in peace.
    Terri Carney
    Shelton, CT US - Monday, November 16, 1998 @ 16:28:42 EST
  30. You have a terrific website! I sincerely hope that Martha's killer is brought to justice. This is a crime that CANNOT go unpunished! Keep the website up and always hope for the best.
    Terry L. Tebrugge
    Salina, KS US - Monday, November 16, 1998 @ 15:31:32 EST
  31. I became interested in the Martha Moxley murder case after reading "A Season in Purgatory," and then "Murder in Greenwich." Another interesting book (with a chapter on the Moxley case) is "The Other Mrs. Kennedy," about Ethel and the Skakel family. I hope the time for justice for the Moxleys has finally come.
    Jane Rigney
    New York , NY US - Sunday, November 15, 1998 @ 02:02:06 EST
  32. I am a former elan student interested in hearing from any other former residents.

    Peter Arnold
    ma US - Saturday, November 14, 1998 @ 15:49:06 EST
  33. This is a great web page and a tremendous resource. All of us on Team Moxley are greatly appreciative of all your hard work. Thanks for everything. Let's get shorty.
    Mark Fuhrman
    US - Saturday, November 14, 1998 @ 08:52:46 EST
  34. I'm profoundly saddened at the Moxley's loss of their daughter and hope that you people can accomplish what has to be done. Justice must be served. The killer will one have to meet his creator and explain his actions. The guilt must be overwhelming. GodSpeed!!! James Virginia
    James Virginia
    Accokeek , MD US - Friday, November 13, 1998 @ 11:33:53 EST
  35. I was extremely young when Martha was murdered. However, I distinctly remember as though it happened yesterday. With the possibility of a new trial, I hope this will be the final stage of a senseless tragedy, and put closure in Martha's family who has suffered for decades...
    Isaac Lee Garza-Gonzales
    Houston, TX US - Thursday, November 12, 1998 @ 18:53:39 EST
  36. I am elated to see that this murder has not been forgotton.
    crimes of this nature have always intrigued me, and even when
    this took place in 1975, I wondered about the Kennedy relatives'
    involvement. I think it's high time someone took responsibility
    for this loss of such a lovely young girl.

    Cheryl Masson
    Greenville, SC US - Thursday, November 12, 1998 @ 12:15:53 EST
  37. I think it is about time they started something going.What a wonderful mother to never give up hope. Really hope they solve the case.
    Ann Mc Kinney
    Wappingers Falls, NY US - Thursday, November 12, 1998 @ 08:14:11 EST
  38. I have researched this case so much over the last
    few weeks that I feel as though Martha was also
    a friend of mine. I hope this ends soon with a
    conviction so Dorothy can get the closure she
    deserved 23 years ago. I strongly feel if the
    Kennedy name wasn't attached there would have
    been a conviction long ago!!

    Teresa Taylor
    Norwich, NY US - Wednesday, November 11, 1998 @ 19:57:11 EST
  39. This great website in addition to Mark Fuhrman's book and Timothy Dumas' book have given much needed recent attention to this horrendous crime. Dorthy, you are in everyone's thoughts as we hope justice will finally prevail.
    Pamela Rammell
    Concord, CA US - Wednesday, November 11, 1998 @ 18:50:38 EST
  40. I hope the Skakels are brought to justice, so that Mrs. Moxley can find some peace.
    N. Cohen
    US - Wednesday, November 11, 1998 @ 17:57:09 EST
  41. I was very young when this heinous crime happened and this is really my first time hearing about it. I wanted to say that you have done an excellent job in keeping memories of Martha alive. I think this is a very important factor in trying to solve this case. Thank you for making us aware.
    Diane Scheel
    Poughkeepsie, NY US - Wednesday, November 11, 1998 @ 12:57:10 EST
  42. I would like to let the Moxley family know that I just read the book "Murder in Greenwich" after having heard much about this case over the last several months. I was aghast at the facts of this case & completely disgusted at the way it has been handled since day one. It reminded me of the Simpson/Goldman murder so much...especially how Ron Goldman & Martha's stories in a way parallelled each other. They were both let down by the justice system & they both left families behind that have had to perservere in the face of something I could not possibly begin to comprehend. I can not imagine what something like this must do to a family, and my most sincere sympathies go to Dorthy & John Moxley. The best way we can honor Martha's memory, & that of her father for his part in this, is to bring all of this to light & to finally get the answer. I applaud Mark Fuhrman for the diligent work he did & am so glad to see his investigative skills are still sharp & being utilized after the way his career was taken away from him. Money, power, & connections should NEVER be allowed to protect the guilty; and hopefully, after 23 years we will have an arrest & subsequent conviction in this case. I agree with Mark Fuhrman's findings...they made completely logical sense. Michael Skakel needs to be brought to trial & have a jury decide his fate. I guarantee he will have a fairer fight than Martha ever did. It is now up to us the public to fight to keep her memory alive. Thank you for the opportunity to discuss my feelings in this matter. I am 31 years old & reading about Martha reminded me so much of what I was like at 15 & it was just bone-chilling. We need to ALL be Martha's voice & help the Moxley family get the truth that Connecticut owes them.
    Karen-Lynne Martin
    Long Beach, Ca US - Tuesday, November 10, 1998 @ 14:14:16 EST
  43. Dear Ms. Moxley;
    I am so sorry for your loss. I hope you get justice at last and maybe Martha can get some peace. I think it is awful that the rich can use our system of justice to avoid taking responsibility.

    Eather M. Henry
    New York, NY US - Tuesday, November 10, 1998 @ 11:48:14 EST
  44. I'd like to say that i am very pleased to see this case alive and making progress. After reading about the case, i knew that one day this case would be moving towards a closed case. I wish everyone the best of luck and i'm praying that someone is punished for this horrible crime.
    Best of Luck,
    Danielle

    Danielle Havens
    Norwalk, ct US - Monday, November 09, 1998 @ 21:30:39 EST
  45. I'm just Martha's age. I am an attorney and criminal justice/paralegal instructor. I grieve when I think of all the wonderful years that I've had that Martha has been denied. Some cruel, selfish monster took the life of a beautiful person. I pray fervently that the Moxley family will finally get justice after all this time. Hooray for Mark Furhman. Most people realize that he got a bad rap.
    Lorrie C. Watson
    Columbia, SC US - Sunday, November 08, 1998 @ 22:22:06 EST
  46. My prayers are for the Moxley family. I couldn't imagine waiting for justice
    for 23 years. My brother was murdered by his "friend" 20 yrs
    ago and only did 2 yrs time under manslaughter though
    he admitted to beating my brother with a tire iron and
    stealing his van. To this day, my remaining brother,sister
    and myself carry the anger. The "friend" had people in
    high places ( church and federal) so I assume that money
    bought justice there. I hope to God, that Martha's case
    will bring to justice those that did the heinous act and
    all those that sought to hide the facts.

    God Bless you Mrs. Moxley
    I cannot comprehend the loss of a child that you and
    my parents have suffered through.

    Mary

    Mary
    Enfield, CT US - Saturday, November 07, 1998 @ 23:12:32 EST
  47. I AM YET ANOTHER PERSON IN THE FORENSIC SCIENCE CLASS AS GREENWICH HIGH SCHOOL. THIS IS AN EXCELLENT SITE. THE INFORMATION IS ALL UP TO DATE AND CORRECT. JOB WELL DONE U GUYS
    CHRIS BRUNO
    GREENWICH, CT US - Friday, November 06, 1998 @ 13:05:39 EST
  48. Now I know why Mrs. Moxley feels really good about this web page!!!!!

    Cal Westerfield
    US - Thursday, November 05, 1998 @ 22:29:01 EST

  49. I WOULD LIKE THE MOXLEY FAMILY TO KNOW THAT MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH THEM. IT WOULD BE WRONG OF ME TO SAY I KNOW HOW YOU FEEL BECAUSE I GET TO TUCK MY DAUGHTER IN EVERY NIGHT. I WILL PRAY FOR YOUDAILY AND FOR THE FINAL OUTCOME OF THE GRAND JURY HEARINGS.

    MARYANN PHERIGO
    WICHITA, KS US - Thursday, November 05, 1998 @ 16:18:55 EST

  50. Ryan Duques
    Madison, CT US - Thursday, November 05, 1998 @ 15:03:10 EST
  51. I would like to say that it saddens me deeply to see the cruelty of this world. When I first heard about the murder of Martha Moxley, I wanted to cry. Not only do I feel saddened, but angry for the corruptiveness and manipulation of our so called justice system. To think that people with money can also have the power to cover up any of their mistakes. I read "A Season in Purgatory" by Dominick Dunne, which was an excellent book. Now I am reading "Murder in Greenwich" by Mark Fuhrman. I hope that one day the killer of Martha Moxley is found and brought to justice. I send my prayers to Mrs. Dorthy Moxley and her son, John. I can only say that the unneccesary pain and sorrow brought to this family will hopefully soon to into victory when the killer is found. I was only 8 months old when this tragedy happened, but I would like for the family to know that Martha's spirit is among us as our Angel.
    Sincerely,
    Mariann Sierra , 23 years old

    Mariann Sierra
    North Bergen, NJ US - Thursday, November 05, 1998 @ 12:27:22 EST
  52. I found this site to be informative and interesting. Like many other people, I had heard of this tragedy but was ignorant of many of the facts.
    I hope that now, after 23 years, Mrs. Moxley will finally be rewarded for her patience and pain by having the murderer(s) of her beautiful daughter brought to justice. The Skakel and Kennedy families should be deeply ashamed of themselves for the parts they have played in this murder. (not to mention the obstruction of justice).

    Erika Marsden
    Quincy, MA US - Monday, November 02, 1998 @ 23:10:21 EST
  53. I am Mrs Moxleys cousin. I would like to thank you all for letting this Info get out to the public, it may help to solve this case.
    Mrs Moxley, toots as I call her called me on Sunday the first of Nov to let me know this sight was onthe web.
    Again thank you for the help.
    Jim Hendershott
    Layton, UT US - Monday, November 02, 1998 @ 11:18:47 EST
  54. I feel so badly for your family! I know what we went through, when our son took his own life! (3 years ago)I can only imagine the grief, you all have endured! I hope this all comes to an end verrrry soon! May God Bless all of you.
    G. Knight
    Anchorage, Ak. US - Monday, November 02, 1998 @ 04:26:16 EST
  55. I wanted to share with readers of this guestbook who did not know Martha that she was a loving, unselfish, funny, and truly unique individual. In 37 years, I have never known anyone quite like Martha, who had a truly magical laugh and spirit. Again, my thanks to you for creating and maintaining this website that keeps a focus on bringing justice, but that also allows people to continue to share Martha's magic. Thank you for your efforts in keeping focus and attention on Martha's case. I am one of Martha's oldest friends from California. (My picture is in both Mark Fuhrman and Timothy Dumas' books). I pray that with the current events unfolding, Dorthy will finally get the peace she so justly deserves. Please let me know if I can do anything to help.
    Karen Derr Gilbert
    Orinda, CA US - Monday, November 02, 1998 @ 01:30:36 EST
  56. It was wonderful to find this web site! The more that is done to keep Martha's name & memory in front of the public...the better the chances that those responsible for her horrific murder will finally be brought to justice. As someone who knew Martha & her family quite well...I have never stopped hoping & praying for justice. Today is a hard day for everyone who knew & loved Martha! Let's hope that someday soon we can all rest easier knowing that someone has been brought before the courts & convicted for taking Martha from us!
    K. Allen
    Mt View, CA US - Friday, October 30, 1998 @ 15:51:21 EST
  57. I have to agree with Mr. Fuhrman that there are two justice systems
    in the our country, one for the rich and one for the rest of us.
    I hope with all my heart that the guilty are found and
    conviced. But, history tells us that if it's a realtive of the
    Kennedy's that's not likely to happen...and if true that's very
    sad indeed

    Eric Miner
    Berkeley, CA US - Friday, October 30, 1998 @ 13:36:15 EST
  58. Originally from Oakland, CA. The Moxleys used to live across the street from my family home. My sister Jennifer was best friends with Martha prior to her move back east. Mrs. Dorothy Moxley was my second Mom, whenever my parents weren't home after school. I pray that the murder(s) will one day be brought to justice, no matter what their family connections may be!
    Tracy Allen
    Antelope, CA US - Wednesday, October 28, 1998 @ 20:48:04 EST

  59. As a private investigator specializing in capital cases, I enjoy your site. While I am specifically interested in forensics, the socio-economic politics of both the Moxley and JonBenet Ramsey cases are both intriguing and disturbing.

    Leslie M. Sapp
    Columbia, SC US - Monday, October 26, 1998 @ 18:31:29 EST
  60. Our friendship with Dorthy Moxley goes back to 1955; later,
    with Doe, Dave and their children since San Franisco 1957-62
    and continues to this day.
    Our sincere regards to Dorthy and John and to the supporters
    of this website. We had visited this once before but failed
    to successfully complete our Entry. Doe told us to have a
    look. We sincerely hope that there's a break in this case that
    can bring it to a long overdue just conclusion.

    Mary Jane and Bob Johnson
    Wilmington, DE US - Sunday, October 25, 1998 @ 20:17:53 EST
  61. I have wondered why this case was never solved. Due to Mark Furham and Dominick Dunne's novels came out I feel this help stir up the public to the understand why this case was not solved.. people in high places can get away with may things.Now is the time to stop it from going on. Thank you for having this Home page. I hope there will be many discussions on this,everyday and not let everyone forget this Mother who like to put this to rest..My heart goes out to her, as she was a beautiful young lady who' life was taken away.
    Cathy Lettiere
    Sciota , PA US - Sunday, October 25, 1998 @ 15:10:54 EST
  62. This is an excellent site, and and I am so happy to see how many people care about bringing Martha Moxley's killer to justice. Dominick Dunne's book led me to Fuhrman's book, which led me to Timothy Dumas's book. They were all terrific books and truly helped me to feel for Martha and her family. I will continue to watch this case closely, and I hope that the Skakel's do not continue to get away with murder.
    Barbara Malatesta
    Medford, MA US - Friday, October 23, 1998 @ 19:29:51 EST
  63. Question: Assuming the Skakels, or at least one of them, are convicted for this murder, what punishment can be expected, considering they were both minors at the time?
    Jeff Mangan
    Sun Prairie, WI US - Wednesday, October 21, 1998 @ 10:19:49 EST
  64. This is one of the most outrageous travesties of justice I have ever seen. Just because the Skakels are rich and famous, a young girl's killer or killers have escaped punishment for 23 years. What is wrong with our judicial system when we can't put these monsters away for good?
    Jenny Ames
    Shelton, CT US - Wednesday, October 21, 1998 @ 08:43:43 EST
  65. Killer(s) should be brought to justice no matter who they are
    related to! I applaud you for keeping this in the public eye.
    I'm sure that Martha is keeping a watchful eye on this from
    above. God bless her soul. Regards from Wisconsin.

    Al Laufer
    Waukesha, WI US - Tuesday, October 20, 1998 @ 09:50:21 EST
  66. My regards to the Moxley family- I hope that one day you can have peace in your life. Justice will prevail, and i'm sure Martha is looking down upon you with pride

    Melinda M. Burns
    nantucket island, MA US - Monday, October 19, 1998 @ 22:53:01 EST
  67. Thanks for the site. We are pleased to get all the news on the Moxley Case on the West Coast, where they once lived, as it happens. Rush Skakel certainly seems to have put on quite an act for the Florida Court. The reluctance of the Skakel Family and their entourage creates a huge veil of suspicion.
    Edward Mein
    CA US - Sunday, October 18, 1998 @ 14:01:40 EST
  68. Great Site! A job well done.

    Jim Connell
    Wheeling, IL US - Saturday, October 17, 1998 @ 12:01:21 EST
  69. I have enjoyed the page very much.
    Bob Jackson
    Bridgeport, CT US - Thursday, October 15, 1998 @ 15:47:14 EST
  70. The Moxleys are very old family friends. Dorthy Moxley was out this weekend visiting and was thrilled to discover this web site. Thank you, Thank you! We are greatful to anything that can help to solve this tragic murder mystery.
    Andrea DeWitt
    Orinda, CA US - Wednesday, October 14, 1998 @ 12:55:46 EST
  71. We agree with the many others. Keep up the good work, and hopefully Dorthy and John Moxley will finally see closure.
    Eileen and Arnold Schwartz
    Vero Beach, Fl US - Wednesday, October 14, 1998 @ 12:00:56 EST
  72. I just finished reading Mark Fuhrman's book and I really do hope that this case will have closure soon. My sympathy goes to the Moxley family. I am amazed at your determination to find an end to this case after all this time.
    Danya McNair
    Pittsburgh, PA US - Tuesday, October 13, 1998 @ 23:20:09 EST
  73. I am visiting friends in California and we discovered Martha's name on the Internet. It was so heart warming to find so much interest and support. I keep telling everyone that the progress in Martha's case is like a miracle and I know I have special people to thank for helping all that has happened. Dominick Dunne, Mark Furhman, Leonard Levitt, Timothy Dumas, and Joe Johnson are a few of the writers I owe a great deal of thanks to for their tenacity and skill. I also want to thank the state of Connecticut for their continued interest and the dedicated officers at the State Attorney's office in Bridgeport Without these people there would never be any hope of justice for Martha. I also appreciate those people who are keeping the case and Martha's memory alive on the Internet with their interest and kind comments.
    Dorthy Moxley
    Lafayette, CA US - Tuesday, October 13, 1998 @ 05:54:48 EST
  74. i am very interested in the case. best of luck.
    Don Iacovelli
    Milford, MA US - Wednesday, October 07, 1998 @ 21:33:31 EST
  75. This is an excellent site.
    I. Mast
    Greenwich, CT USA - Monday, October 05, 1998 @ 21:43:47 EST
  76. Just wanted to mention that I am yet another person using this site for Forensics Class at Greeenwich High School. Its
    a great compilation of information.

    Anonymous
    Greenwich, CT USA - Monday, October 05, 1998 @ 02:12:45 EST
  77. This webpage has been extremely helpful to me. I have to write a report for Forensic class. Before this webpage was created many people didn't even know details about the case. Thank you.
    Jason Pizzarello
    Greenwich, Ct USA - Sunday, October 04, 1998 @ 23:24:21 EST
  78. life is but a figment of our imagination
    David D'Andrea jr.
    greenwich, ct USA - Sunday, October 04, 1998 @ 17:27:11 EST
  79. I am so pleased that this case may at last be comming to an end. I can only hope that this last phase in this senseless tragedy will finally help put this matter to a close and help Martha's family put closure to this horrific phase in their lives.
    Diane Carter
    USA - Thursday, October 01, 1998 @ 16:51:45 EST
  80. I like Andrew Macdonald am doing a paper on this murder and if any one has any info that would help me with my project please send it to Highhats@aol.com thanks =)
    Suman Mitra
    Greenwich, ct USA - Wednesday, September 30, 1998 @ 17:54:49 EST
  81. i am very glad to see the coverage and interest in this continuing murder investigation
    Mary Rader
    US - Tuesday, September 29, 1998 @ 23:08:20 EST
  82. I want to thank you for helping keep Martha's memory alive.

    It's truly a shame that many people will only know of Martha as "that
    Greenwich girl who was murdered". She was a bright spirit and a
    wonderful person that is dearly missed by all who knew her.

    Keep up the good work,

    Peter J. Hutchison

    US - Tuesday, September 29, 1998 @ 20:00:58 EST
  83. Excellent page! You never know -- perhaps it will play a role in solving this 23-year-old case, and thus give hope to the thousands who live with the pain of not knowing.
    Timothy Dumas
    Stamford, CT USA - Tuesday, September 29, 1998 @ 10:30:14 EST
  84. This is a great page. It is very helpful especially since I am doing a report for my school. I hope that the killer is found soon and gets what he or she deserves.
    Andrew MacDonald
    Greenwich, CT USA - Monday, September 28, 1998 @ 20:51:48 EST
  85. I am praying daily for God's hand in solving this case.
    Janis L. Gilbert
    Lexington, KY USA - Sunday, September 27, 1998 @ 21:07:57 EST
  86. I hope they find her killer very soon.
    Regina Mazoyer
    Ogden , UT USA - Saturday, September 26, 1998 @ 11:15:29 EST
  87. I HAVE BEEN FOLLOWING THIS CASE CLOSLEY FOR A LONG TIME AND AM DETERMINED TO SEE THE KILLER BROUGHT DOWN. AS A MOTHER OF A FIVE YEAR OLD DAUGHTER-I REMBER DOROTHY MOXLEY IN MY PRAYERS NIGHTLY. ANY UPDATED INFO WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED.
    KIMBERLY J. BURR
    WILDER, KY USA - Thursday, September 24, 1998 @ 17:30:40 EST