1 Jan 2001 - 31 Mar 2001


  1. For the Moxley family I would like to send my deepest sincerities for the loss of your child. A terrible crime was committed, I hope that the person guilty pays the price for what he has done. Though I did not know Martha personnely, from all of the nice things that I read and hear about her, she was a wounderful person.
    Terra Gallant
    Summerside, pei ca
    Monday, March 19, 2001 @ 20:14:55 EST
  2. I remember the case well, and I have just started reading the book entitled "A Wealth of Evil". My heart goes out to the Moxley family, and to all those who have personally lived through this nightmare. I truly hope the person responsible for this murder is convicted. Thank you for this fine website.
    Jane McCune
    Atlanta, GA US
    Sunday, March 18, 2001 @ 19:19:10 EST
  3. To the Moxley Family from the Castlevetro family. I only recently started following this story when an arrest was made. I recently had a child murdered in another state. It may never be solved because the murderer was so shrewd. My heart goes out to the Moxley family and we hope that Martha's murderer is finally brought to justice. God Bless Us All!
    Carmel Castlevetro
    North Branford, CT US
    Sunday, March 18, 2001 @ 18:02:41 EST
  4. I HAVE FOLLOWED THIS CASE FOR QUITE SOME TIME NOWD WOULD BE VERY HAPPY TO SEE IT SOLVED AFTER ALL THESE MANY YEARS. SINCE THE RECENT ARRESTS AND COURT HEARINGS I HAVE BEEN PRAYING THAT JUSTICE WILL BE SERVED AND THAT GOD WILL BE ESPECIALLY NEAR DOROTHY MOXLEY AND HER SON. CLOSURE OF ANY KIND CANNOT COME QUICKLY ENOUGH. NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE WITH GOD!
    TIM FINLEY
    GLEN CARBON, IL US
    Wednesday, March 14, 2001 @ 00:34:21 EST
  5. I recently saw details of this case on Court TV and have been curious of the outcome. It was such a tragedy and I do hope the guilty party is convicted. Losing a child is terrible thing that no parent should ever have to go through and I hope that whoever did this (I have my suspicions) rots in hell.
    Stephanie
    Powhatan, VA US
    Tuesday, March 13, 2001 @ 12:14:57 EST
  6. Like most of our Country, I have been watching this story. I hope and pray that the people responsible are convicted. My heart goes out to the Moxley family and can not hope to comprehend the pain they have to deal with on a daily basis over the past 25 years or so. As a parent, I grieve for Martha and her Mom and the unbearable emptiness my life would be if I had this happen to a child of mine. God Bless !
    Veronica B
    Lynchburg, Va US
    Tuesday, March 13, 2001 @ 10:56:50 EST
  7. I would just like to thank the creator of this page so much, this is such a saddening story. I never knew Martha, because I am now merely 12 years old, but my mom often recalls their times together. My prayers are with Martha and her family, hope and love be with you always.
    Sarah Herrmann
    Phoenix, AZ US
    Monday, March 12, 2001 @ 22:56:07 EST
  8. The skakels are definitely guilty of killing martha. The question is was it Michael or Tommy.
    The bottom line is you can't hide behind the
    Kennedy name all the time. The skakels should pay for this crime.

    John Gonzalez
    west new york, NJ US
    Monday, March 12, 2001 @ 21:26:10 EST
  9. It saddens me to see the death of a child in such a manor, but even more to think it has been almost a quarter of a century that the tragedy has gone unsolved. My thoughts are with the Moxley family and friends of the Moxley's. Your strenght is uncomparable.
    Eliza Sherrod
    US
    Monday, March 12, 2001 @ 16:20:27 EST
  10. I am 16 years old and I recently did a report for school on true crimes. And after reading a selection of books to choose from, I choose "A Wealth Of Evil". After reading this book i was greatly saddened and wish there was something I could do to help this mess get all cleared up. I feel a great amount of smypathy for the family and friends who lost such a (as read) wonderful and succesful girl. I hope the family the best of luck and i send them by love and comfort.
    Tiffany
    Naugatuck, Ct US
    Sunday, March 11, 2001 @ 22:53:57 EST
  11. I am saddened every time I read or hear about Martha Moxley and her family.I am also angered that money and status may stand in the way of justice.I hope Martha's murderer gets everything he deserves.
    Rachel Orsini
    Woodbury, NJ US
    Wednesday, March 07, 2001 @ 17:52:32 EST
  12. Mr Dunn deserves applause for bringing Mark Fuhrman into the case. Whatever the outcome they tried their best! Michael Skakel's wife leaving him does suggest that she knows something about his role in this horrible murder but time will tell. It is true that money can buy the best attorneys that will do anything to win regardless of guilt. But I pray that if he is guilty his attorney will fail. Mrs. Moxley, I cannot conceive the horror of losing your baby girl, As a mother my self I do not think I would have your strength. God Bless you and your family!
    Arlene Shields
    Raleigh, NC US
    Sunday, March 04, 2001 @ 07:47:47 EST
  13. Mr. Timothy Dumas has captured the secretive spirit of the peninsula of Belle Haven with class (in his book "Greentown") utilizing his insider knowledge and without offending the subjects closest to the murder of Martha Moxley as well as the neighborhood at large.

    Mr. Mark Fuhrman, an outsider, woke up his detective skills once again to uncover even the tiniest details surrounding the murder in his book "Murder in Greenwich".

    Mr. Dominick Dunne who moves in the world of the "rich and famous" still remains an outsider who seems to "peek" at his subjects and then satisfies his own fragile ego by writing novels (although fictional) about persons very similar to his subjects.

    I applaud both Mr. Dumas and Mr. Fuhrman for their efforts to illustrate what the town of Greenwich and the neighborhood of Belle Haven looked like in 1975.

    I hope that the workings of these two men help to uncover the mystery of what happened on 10/30/75 and assist the Moxleys so that justice can prevail.


    Sport
    New Canaan, Conn US
    Saturday, March 03, 2001 @ 19:06:42 EST
  14. I grew up in a neighboring town in Fairfield County and I know for a fact that the authorities routinely looked away when young people got into trouble. Kids in my town totalled cars and damaged personal property and never got so much as a ticket because the locals cops knew the families involved. Parents quietly paid the damages while the cops shook their fingers and told them not to do it again. I think the word 'indulgent' would be a fair description of the overall attitude of the authorities, and the parents as well. It almost makes sense to try Skakel in juvenile court because in many ways he still is pretty juvenile - his environment encouraged the sense of childish irresponsibilty that characterizes the whole mess. But if he is guilty, he denied his guilt his entire adult life, and that is an adult crime as well. My heart goes out to the Moxleys and I hope justice will be done one day.
    susan grimshaw
    horsham, pa US
    Thursday, March 01, 2001 @ 15:38:13 EST
  15. It has been a long wait, but justice is finally here. Our hearts are with you. The only reason why it has taken so long is because of the Skakel's and Kennedy's and their shameless way to cover up their dirty deeds to the expense and suffering of their victims. They owe you an apology. It shocks me and embarrass me to see these people going to Church and pretty much absolve their deeds as if this is what " the love of God is meant to be" a sort of disinfectant to the soul.
    I know that nothing anyone can say will replace the years lost and your daughter's smile. But there are thousands of people out here, who are in your total support, and wish that justice would prevail.
    Ultimately this will go to a higher court, and no Kennedy will be able to influence God and his Fury, no matter how many times they go to Church, or how many Cardinals they have at their dinner table.

    J. Flood
    Mt Clemens, MI US
    Thursday, March 01, 2001 @ 14:43:36 EST
  16. i read some comments about some people supporting the skakels. but you have to remember people like the skakels, kennedys and clintons don't have a conscience, they don't have guilt. the only way they will suffer is in jail. good luck to the moxley family. best wishes.
    j.b. thomas
    pocatello, id US
    Wednesday, February 28, 2001 @ 22:57:57 EST
  17. I have been interested in this case for about 2 years now. Even though I was not even born at the time of the murder...I believe that it is time for justice for the Moxley Family and I believe it will happen. Shame on the Kennedy family for thinking that they can get away with EVERYTHING!!!
    Heather Flaherty
    Louisville, KY US
    Tuesday, February 27, 2001 @ 13:29:04 EST
  18. May God Bless the Moxley family for all that you have gone through. I realize the pain that you still must be in twenty-five years later, is probably as great as the day that Martha was found. I hope through all this that you find the peace that you desirve, an may Martha finally get the rest she so rightly desirves.
    I understand the pain that you are in only because I have a sister that has been missing for three years now with no trace of what has become of her. We think we know but we hope that our worest fears are unfounded. May God Bless you and your family along with the man's family that stands accused.

    Anita
    Paw Paw, MI US
    Wednesday, February 21, 2001 @ 12:48:22 EST
  19. Ted Kennedy is to Michael Skakel what Mary Jo Kopechne is to Martha Moxley. May peace come to Martha's family and to that of Mary Jo's. And Dear god may the truth become self evident.

    R. Randolph Claremont,N.H.

    Richard Randolph
    Claremont, NH US
    Wednesday, February 21, 2001 @ 01:40:27 EST
  20. Like many who have come here, I become interested in this case after reading MURDER IN GREENWHICH. I pray the truth will be revealed and that it will give the Moxley Family some peace.
    Evelyn Barney
    Amherst, MA US
    Tuesday, February 20, 2001 @ 09:26:01 EST
  21. I have also been following this case for a long time. I am doing a speech on it in my COMS class in college. I am trying to show that justice can go unserved for quite sometime due to unexperienced police forces and scandalist attempts to cover up the mistakes of the rich and famous. John and Dorothy, I'd like to say that I am so in to this case because I started following it when I was 15 and that really hit home. You are in my thoughts and prayers and I am so relieved to see that justice will finally be served. I was in Greenwich a couple of years ago on vacation and I can't believe such an awful thing could have happened in such a nice area. I wish for the best and I know Michael Skakel will get what he deserves! God Bless
    Laura
    Lawrence, KS US
    Monday, February 19, 2001 @ 20:15:09 EST

  22. I have just finished reading "Murder In Greenwich" and have now become fascinated with this case. My heart goes out to the Moxley family, how unfortunate it is that wealth and power serve so many of the wrong people. Michael Skakel has spent the better part of his life being protected by his powerful "family" while another family has been torn apart. Adding insult to injury, the blind people of Belle Haven have closed their doors and turned their backs on the Moxleys. I read in Mr Fuhrmans book that some residents were secretly relieved when the Moxleys moved away. Of course they were...that enabled them to go back to their own sheltered existence. Fortunately for the Moxley family, Mr Fuhrman has the intelligence and the drive that the Greenwich Police did not. All of the residents of Belle Haven should hug their families tonite and pray that nothing like this happens to them. Also, to pray that God forbid another tragic event like this should happen, that the locals are not in charge of investigating it.

    Melissa Rogers
    Las Vegas, Nv US
    Sunday, February 18, 2001 @ 03:28:43 EST
  23. I first heard about Martha Moxley when on Unsolved Mysteries when I was younger. Right now I am rereading "Murder In Greenwich". I have become facsinated about the case. I read everything I can about her. Even before they formally accused Michael Skakel of her murder I was always convinced it was him. The evidence (released or otherwise)against him is just too much.I feel such great sorrow for her family, they never got to see her in a prom dress, her father never got to walk her down the aisle at her wedding and her mother never got to hold her children. Also I feel for her brother. I have a younger brother I fight with as siblings will do and if anything like that ever happened I know I would live with horrible guilt the rest of my life. I think it is a horrible thing that money can cover lies and murder, buying a scumbag freedom for 25 years while an innocent young girl was killed in the very flush of her youth. The Greenwich police department should be ashamed of their corrupt practices, I have no doubt that one of the officers that was a frequent at the Skakel home (and one of their 'errand' boys) saw the handle of the golf club at the murder scene realized it was the Skakels and removed it so they couldn't be linked to anything(Murder In Greenwich.123-130).But, even if there isn't enough hard evidence to convict, God works in ,mysterious ways. Eventually Michael Skakel will be brought to justice...one way or another.
    Martha Moxley
    I.G.H

    Kristen
    Hollywood, FL US
    Saturday, February 17, 2001 @ 15:51:31 EST
  24. I have been following the events of this murder closely after seeing a special on A&E awhile ago, and I've read both Mark Furhman's and Timothy Dumas's books. I'm looking forward to some form of justice being arrived at in the near future. I'm 15 right now, and I know from experience that life at this age is a special thing (that probably sounds cheesy, but it's true). I truly hope that Micheal Skakel wil pay in every possible form for taking away the life 15-year-old Martha still had to live. I will stand up and cheer when he realizes how much he "messed up" back in 1975.
    Kara
    Calgary, Alberta Canada
    Friday, February 16, 2001 @ 21:54:13 EST
  25. I for one am glad to see justice being served...I believe the investigation is headed in the right direction... Someone in the Skakel house knows what happen.....
    Rebekah Hill
    columbus, ms US
    Thursday, February 15, 2001 @ 20:46:28 EST
  26. I for one am glad to see justice being served...I believe the investigation is headed in the right direction... Someone in the Skakel house knows what happen.....
    Rebekah Hill
    columbus, ms US
    Thursday, February 15, 2001 @ 20:46:06 EST
  27. I have read alot and learned much about this case and all the events leading up to it. I always try to be a open minded person. But everytime I hear or read something about this case, it just makes me sick!!!. I just got done reading some more, Mickey Sherman says that Michael Skakel is not a threat to society. Okay he saw a beautyful young girl with a sunny, sweet personality and wanted her, but when he could not have her he kills her is a discusting manner. Those are the facts. If he did it 25 years ago he could do it today. I dont realy care how many doctors he had working on his mind. He murdered that poor girl. And in my opinion that makes him a threat to society then, now, and always. I have 2 daughters of my own. One of which looks much like Martha Moxley. And if someone ever did something like that to my girls. I would ask the judge for one thing and one thing only. 15 minutes in a room with him. I have been a Infantry Soldier in the Army for some time now,people like Michael Skakel are a descrace to the flag, and it makes me wounder why we fight to protect people like him!!!
    Jason
    Dubuque, IA US
    Thursday, February 15, 2001 @ 17:36:28 EST
  28. I am hoping that justice will be correctly served on the perpetrator of the heinous crime of destroying martha moxley and destroying the peace of mind of her family. I have also lost a child. The loss never diminishes - but some measure of relief might be gained by justice delivering a strong arm onto Michael Skakel.
    g thomas
    Portland, OR US
    Thursday, February 15, 2001 @ 03:12:42 EST
  29. Peace be with you. Your family has waited along time to get this far.Be patient. I hope Michael gets what he deserves, to be in a place where he can never get out and walk freely among us again.
    Victoria
    Chino Hills, ca US
    Thursday, February 15, 2001 @ 01:14:40 EST
  30. I think those who love justice owe a debt of gratitude to Mark Fuhrman, who was so indecently slandered during the Simpson trial, for digging out the truth about this case. May the murderer go straight to hell, and may Martha rest in peace. My daughter is 15. It breaks my heart to think of a young girl so cruelly tormented and killed.
    marjorie preston
    media , pa US
    Friday, February 09, 2001 @ 13:53:37 EST
  31. My heart goes out to the Moxley family & friends. Martha seems like she was a breath of fresh air. I hope justice is finally served in this case so that Martha & her family can finally find some peace and rest.
    Annette Rek
    Prospect, CT US
    Friday, February 09, 2001 @ 09:27:41 EST
  32. Dear Moxley Family,

    In 1999 when the segment aired on A&E, I first saw the story of what happened to Martha. Two years before, those of us at my high school had lost a friend in a similiar fashion, and I cried. I can only imagine what the pain must be like for her family. I hope and pray that the person who is responsible for this will pay again and again. My thoughts and prayers are with you through this troubling time. I watch for the results. May you find peace at last.

    Dusti Whitaker
    central city , KY US
    Friday, February 09, 2001 @ 00:11:23 EST
  33. Mrs. Moxley and John,
    I think you may remember the Selby's. There were a lot of us in the old neighborhood in Montclair. You have been in our thoughts throughout the years. I hope you know that all of Martha's friends out here in California are wishing you the best.

    Barbara (Selby) Carl
    Eureka, CA US
    Thursday, February 08, 2001 @ 23:08:25 EST
  34. I am the father of an only child (teenage daughter) and follow this case quite closely. I am confident that Michael Skakel will soon be spending a lot of time in prison thinking about this case also. I have worked in prisons for over 20 years and think Michael is in for quite a "culture shock".
    My prayers are with you, Moxley family

    Paul
    ,
    Tuesday, February 06, 2001 @ 22:28:46 EST
  35. id just like to say *FINALLY*... im so glad that michael skakel is being tried as an adult.. i read the book that mark furhman wrote and i was moved by this story.. i hope he gets locked up for all eternity.. your in my prayers moxley family
    Dorothie Pitman
    Forked River, nj US
    Monday, February 05, 2001 @ 20:21:19 EST
  36. I almost wish that I were religious and believed in a hell that the murderers would burn in through eternity.
    And I wish that whoever did it (I believe it was Michael Skakel)had some semblance of a conscience; so that I could at least think he's been tortured by it over the years. But I don't.
    Peace to the Moxleys.
    And to Mark Fuhrman - are you a glutton for punishment or what???
    You may have made a mistake or two; butI respect you having what I believe is a great love for truth and justice. Let's hope the system will work, for a change.

    Vicky Anthony
    Littleton, MA US
    Monday, February 05, 2001 @ 13:42:59 EST
  37. Dorothy and John,
    I am so happy with the ruling for Michael to be tried as an adult. Justice will finally be served! My prayers are with you both

    Lisa Klassen
    Spokane, WA US
    Friday, February 02, 2001 @ 18:31:11 EST
  38. God bless the Moxley family, and all the people who have pursued justice in this case. Particular kudos to Dominick Dunne and Mark Fuhrman. There are many of us out here who are with you.


    Dick Smith
    Little Rock, AR US
    Thursday, February 01, 2001 @ 19:42:47 EST
  39. A prayer to the Moxleys, that after such a long time justice should finally be served. I hope that all good people understand that it is up to them to stand up, that no persons should ever live above the law without facing the ramifications of their actions.
    jce
    Pgh, PA US
    Thursday, February 01, 2001 @ 16:07:10 EST
  40. God Bless Judge Dennis! Hallelujah, the end is near! Just as so many other people have, I have become obsessed with this tragic case. I pray that Michael Skakel will get what he so richly deserves. I have faith that he will be found guilty of this terrible crime.

    And to Mickey Sherman, and all the other Michael-supporters: I couldn't care less that he has "led a good life" since his release from Elan. Martha never had the chance to lead a life at all.

    Dorthy and John, our prayers are with you that justice will be done for your precious girl.

    Wendy
    TX US
    Thursday, February 01, 2001 @ 13:46:36 EST
  41. I have been in law enforcement for over 20 years. Crime scene investigation and preservation of it is so important in death investigations. I saw the A&E program about Martha and read Detective Mark Fuhrman's book, "Murder In Greenwich". I supported Mr. Fuhrman's professionalism in the murder investigation of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. It is unfortunate that the Village of Greenwich did not have a detective of the calibur of Mark Fuhrman investigating the death of Martha Moxley in 1975. JUSTICE WILL BE SERVED! God Bless the Moxley Family.
    Randy M. Williams
    Lebanon, OH US
    Thursday, February 01, 2001 @ 13:26:18 EST
  42. Wow! I hope no one allows Skakel to cop a plea. Let's see this guy get the full measure of justice that he deserves. Dorothy and John, soon you will see justice done, hang tough.
    Jubilant
    US
    Thursday, February 01, 2001 @ 11:29:07 EST
  43. God bless the Moxley family! Now that Mr Skakel will be tried as a adult, we will pray that there will be justice. Whoever reads this please tell Mr Fuhrman that I admire him so much! He is one of the best detectives in the US. I cant say enough good things about him! You all will be in my prayers!
    Annie
    Fort Sill, ok US
    Thursday, February 01, 2001 @ 08:44:08 EST
  44. My best wishes to the Moxley family. I hope that justice is finally found for your family.
    -Vicki

    Vicki
    US
    Thursday, February 01, 2001 @ 01:20:18 EST
  45. After 25 years justice will finally prevail. Praise to Mark Furhman for his book which shed new light on the case and to the many others who keep Martha's memory alive. Most of all to the Moxley family for persevering for all these years. I wish for a swift and just trial.
    Jean
    NY, NY US
    Wednesday, January 31, 2001 @ 23:22:12 EST
  46. "Michael Skakel tried as an ADULT." (That is the best news I've heard in a long time.) Dorothy and John, I know this has been a long time to wait for justice, but you are almost there. Soon the trial will be over and we will all hear the words, "Guilty as Charged." Until then, both of you and your entire family are in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless You All.
    Love,
    Silvia Purcell
    WA State

    Silvia Purcell
    Port Orchard, WA US
    Wednesday, January 31, 2001 @ 22:46:48 EST
  47. The wheels of Justice grind slowly, and after all these years, let's pray that, at last
    there will be closure!

    Gene Detenber
    Louisville, Ky US
    Wednesday, January 31, 2001 @ 21:51:25 EST
  48. Two steps forward, one step back. Getting there, slowly but surely.

    Can you imagine the relief it will be for Skakel when it's all over and he doesn't have to pretend and lie anymore? Not that I really care as to his getting relief, but can you imagine the burden of carrying a lie this big for so long?

    Dawn H
    MD US
    Wednesday, January 31, 2001 @ 21:23:58 EST
  49. Congratulations!! I was so pleased to see the ruling that Michael Skakel will be tried as an adult. Your daughter would be so proud of how hard you've worked to bring justice to this horrible crime. My prayers are with you that Michael will be convicted and receive the harshest sentence for his brutal murder of your daughter. Keep going. You're doing great!! (from an x resident of Darien)
    Elizabeth Fallon
    NY, NY US
    Wednesday, January 31, 2001 @ 20:46:27 EST
  50. I'm just praying to the Lord that this mystery will end soon......and the real culprit will be uprehended so that justice will be served.

    thanks and God Bless

    Roger Pa-a
    manila,
    Wednesday, January 31, 2001 @ 20:28:10 EST
  51. I wrote some time ago about my perspective on the case as a former neighbor of the Moxleys who lived a few houses down from the Skakels on Otter Rock Dr. I wish to congratulate the Moxleys for winning a major victory in their battle to bring Michael Skakel to justice. I hope that he is speedily convicted and your family is able to achieve a measure of peace. My thoughts are with you.
    LP
    Portland, OR US
    Wednesday, January 31, 2001 @ 20:25:46 EST
  52. Ok...here we go. We will Keep the positive thoughts and prayers coming. Here's to continued justice for Martha and her family.
    Laura
    Dearborn, MI US
    Wednesday, January 31, 2001 @ 18:47:24 EST
  53. Dorthy & John -

    I am so happy about the judges ruling today! Slowly, slowly, slowly the wheels of justice just keep turning!

    You both are in my thoughts and prayers as always.

    K. Allen
    Mtn. View, CA US
    Wednesday, January 31, 2001 @ 17:09:34 EST
  54. I just read today (Wednesday January 31,2001) in the late breaking news that Michael Skakel will be tried in adult court. Let's hope that he receives an adult punishment to the max when he is proven guilty.
    Ray
    Danbury, CT US
    Wednesday, January 31, 2001 @ 16:45:51 EST
  55. A former resident Of Greenwich, CT. My brother
    attended Brunswick and my sister, Lisa knew of Martha.

    Mari Sproul Demsky
    Grosse Pointe, MI US
    Friday, January 19, 2001 @ 12:55:26 EST
  56. My heart goes out to the Moxley family. This case was sadly mishandled and now, after Furman has written his book and profiled the crime in a manner that concerns me greatly, a trial is about to be conducted based on the worst probable cause I have seen to date. Probable cause based entirely on long ago adolescent memories of an emotionally distraught boy under pressure to impress and confess is extremely questionable. There are three possible suspects in this horrific crime and the least probable of the three is being brought to court without enough evidence to convict and this is a travesty.

    Pat Brown
    CEO/Investigative Criminal Profiler
    The Sexual Homicide Exchange, Inc.
    Citizens for Case Closure
    www.she-dc.com

    Pat Brown
    College Park, MD US
    Monday, January 15, 2001 @ 21:25:48 EST
  57. I learned about Martha's story on A&E. In addition to the Moxleys, the works of Mark Furhman and Dominick Dunne are definitely a credit to reopening this cold case. If only we could do this for every victim whose murder file gathers dust.

    May everyone who has ever tragically lost a loved one be comforted and inspired by the integrity, strength and will of the Moxleys in keeping Martha's memory alive.

    Although she was a stranger to most, her story has touched the world.

    I believe everything happens for a reason.

    Those responsible and those related to them live with the fact that - because of a long overdue justice, now more people know about Martha than ever and we will remember...always.

    Heather Hope
    Hollywood, CA US
    Monday, January 15, 2001 @ 16:40:26 EST
  58. I did not know about this murder until I read
    Mark Fuhrman's book. My praise to him for
    opening the eyes of all to the corruption of
    the police force and doing a wonderful job
    in his field of detective work. My heart
    goes out to Dorothy Moxley and her son, and
    I hope they will never give up their fight
    to see that justice is rendered to Michael
    Skakel for this dastardly crime. I hope
    that Michael and Thomas both are living in
    their own personal hell and have been dis-
    turbed all the 25 years they have dragged
    this case on. What a dysfunctional family!

    Margaret Wright
    Houston, Texas
    January 15, 2001 01:00 CST

    Margaret Wright
    Houston, TX US
    Monday, January 15, 2001 @ 01:52:57 EST
  59. i hope that the person that commited this crime is punished to fullist extent possible.My heart goes out to the moxley family for having to wait this long to see some closure in this case.
    joe close
    US
    Friday, January 12, 2001 @ 22:11:01 EST
  60. TO THE MOXLEY FAMILY MY HEART GOES OUT TO YOU THESE PEOPLE NEED TO REALIZE HAD THIS BEEN THEIR CHILD THEY WOULD WANT THE PERSON,WHO AFTER 25YRS DECIDED TO COME FORWARD TO BE CHARGE WITH THE MOST PUNSISHMENT THAT THE STATE WOULD ALLOW. GOD BE WITH AND I WILL KEEP YOU IN MY PRAYERS.
    Letonia Drinker
    Hattiesburg, Ms US
    Friday, January 12, 2001 @ 11:33:24 EST
  61. I HOPE THAT JUSTICE WILL BE SERVED AND THAT YOU ARE FINALLY ABLE TO PUT THIS TO REST. GOD BLESS YOU KEEP YOU IN HIS LOVING CARE.
    SUSAN SAWATZKI
    PEORIA, IL US
    Friday, January 12, 2001 @ 09:40:15 EST
  62. I HOPE EVERYTHING WORKS OUT FOR THE MOXLEY FAMILY. I HAVE FOLLOWED THIS STORY FOR A LONG TIME, AND ALWAYS FEEL SO MUCH SORROW WHEN I THINK OF WHAT HAPPENED.I HOPE THAT THERE IS A RESOLUTION VERY SOON. GOD BLESS.
    tim colie
    henderson, nc US
    Wednesday, January 03, 2001 @ 20:56:12 EST