1 April 2002 - 30 May 2002

  1. To The Moxley Family And Friends:

    I have signed this book before, but would like to do so again.

    I remember hearing Martha's story for the first time approximately 18 years ago. What the defense attourney has tried to suggest is that what happened to Martha is just part of Greenwich's Folklore. He suggested that Mr. Littleton would have only known certain facts about Martha's death only if he had actually killed her. That isn't true. Her story was featured on unsolved mysteries about the time that all her injuries became public knowledge. This also coincided with the time of his supposed confesion. I hope and pray that the jury panel is made up of people that realize that there is a big world out there and the name Martha Moxley, and the story of her Murder, is nationally known.

    Lastly, the lengths these people are willing to go, to protect this scum, are bone chilling.

    Isn't it amazing that no one can remember events of that evening clearly, other than there claim that Micheal was accross town at the time of the murder, the precise time that he left home, and the precise time that he returned.

    Thursday, May 30, 2002 @ 16:36:19 EST
  2. Even though I'm not very religious, I've prayed every day that Mrs. Moxley and John get justice for their beloved Martha. They have fought a courageous battle on her behalf. I hope the jury sees through the lies, half-truths and misdirection that Mickey Sherman has thrown at them. No matter what the outcome, the world knows Michael Skakel is a murderer and he'll live out the rest of his life with that stigma (thanks to Dominick Dunne, Mark Fuhrman and Timothy Dumas). I'd like to think Michael would be tormented by the guilt for what he's done, but I'm not sure if its in his character to feel remorse. Again, my prayers and hopes are with the family for a just verdict.
    White Plains, NY US
    Thursday, May 30, 2002 @ 15:50:56 EST
  3. Dear Mrs. Moxley and John:

    Like many others in the country, I have followed this case from the moment my father (Joseph Donovan, former Chief Counsel- Great Lakes Carbon Corporation)tracked me down on the Long Island Railroad to inform me of his travelling to Greenwich as soon as he got home, because their was a murder behind the Skakel home.

    My father had the privilege of meeting you wonderful people at the most horrific time in your lives. My dad returned back to Long Island 3 days later. I want you to know that my dad spent long hours agonizing over your daughters death. We all did.

    I have prayed for may years that one day this would be solved. Thank you Mark Furhman!!!! I believe you got the right guy.

    Mrs. Moxley, you are a saint and I know that one day you will be with your sweet daughter.

    My dad has been deceased now for almost 10 years, and I know he is smiling down on you all right now. If all goes well, he will finally have peace.

    Good luck and God Bless you both.

    Seneca, SC US
    Thursday, May 30, 2002 @ 12:16:46 EST
  4. After anxiously waiting to see what the final Skakel family member would do when faced with telling the truth, I am so very disappointed but not the least bit surprised. How pitiful they all are, getting all caught up in their own lies to cover for their pathetic brother. If he is not convicted, thanks to this sad family and their sad lying friends (IX), all of us have them to thank for letting him loose on society. I hope this horrific scandal follows each and every one of them until their time comes to deal with a higher power. They surely cannot hold their heads up now. One more thing that I am confused about. Why has not more mention been made that Michael was your classic future sicko when he killed small animals with his favorite weapon - his golf club? I don't know about you but a golf club is very long and cumbersome, and I personally would have a hard time trying to hit the target (a head) with a golf club. Now, if I had PRACTICE, (killing small animals), maybe I could learn. Anyway, may this sad little weasel and his lying family never find happiness if he is not convicted. How can people like this expect the rest of society to not lie under oath when they are notorious for lying?
    NC US
    Thursday, May 30, 2002 @ 12:02:49 EST
  5. To the Moxley family I have been following the story on Martha since I saw Dorothy Moxley on the Leeza Gibbons talk show I don't recall how long it has been but I pray that she can find some comfort in this no matter how it turns out. I have always thought that a determined Mother can fight harder than anyone else when it is concerning her child. I have 4 children and I don't think anything could stop me. I would get to the bottom, if it took the rest of my life I would die trying. I can truly say I know how Dorothy Moxley feels because I know how it feels to lose a child as I lost my son 7 years ago last December.
    I hope this brings all the comfort she can possibly get even if Michael Skakel goes free, just remember that he has to look in the mirror every day and I believe we all will get our just reward be it good or bad...May God Bless and keep you always......Sincerely, Gloria M White

    Gloria M White
    Childersburg, AL US
    Thursday, May 30, 2002 @ 03:45:22 EST
  6. May justice prevail. Thanks to Mark Furhman, Awesome book ,Great insight.
    Christopher Fouillard
    Tampa Bay, fl US
    Thursday, May 30, 2002 @ 01:56:08 EST
  7. My thoughts and prayers are with with all of you. The Moxleys , and all the supporters. I really don't think there is enough evidence to convict Micheal now , 26 years is along time and there have been too many mistakes and coverups to really convict anyone at this stage unfortunately. The person respondsable for this murder has had to live with themselves the past 26 years and will continue to live with that for the rest of there lives. I wish you the best in everything you do. I hope and pray justice is done ,but if its not , please know you did your best God Bless
    Todd Lastman
    Abbotsford, bc CA
    Thursday, May 30, 2002 @ 01:36:01 EST
  8. Dear Mrs. Moxley and John: I too have followed this case from the very beginning, and I have always known in my heart of hearts that the whole Skakel family is responsible for Martha's death. My thoughts and prayers are always with you and Martha. Sincerely, Sally
    Sally Santamaria
    Stamford, CT US
    Wednesday, May 29, 2002 @ 17:41:17 EST
  9. Julie Skakel (Michael's sister) is being called today as a prosecution witness in the rebuttal phase. She is expected to testify that Michael did not go to the Terrien's at about the time of the murder (as per his story, this was to have been his "alibi"). She also once underwent hypnosis to help and while under the "spell" remembered seeing Michael run across the lawn.
    John Skakel also testified that he could not place Michael in the car with the group that went to the Terriens but he did remember hearing a commotion and arguing voices in the entryway to Skakel's house (where his room was)at about 11:30 pm.
    Julie and John were known as the least troubled of the Skakel children in the 70s. It appears that they at least are trying to be somewhat truthful. I think this will shake Michael's alibi but who knows if it will be enough to convict?
    Even so,I am glad the Moxleys had this chance to confront him.

    Detroit, MI US
    Wednesday, May 29, 2002 @ 11:36:43 EST
  10. Dear Dorothy and John,

    Have followed this case forever and finally in March, after reading Dunne, Duman and Fuhrman, joined a forum. We are all posting every night and have chats on Monday and Wednesday nights. Tim was our guest a few times. Believe me, it is my firm belief that Michael is guilty. Well, the defense rested today - then rebuttal, then closing, then deliberation. I think we have a good jury there. I just pray every night that the jury will come back with the right verdict. I feel confident about this. Even if Michael walks, HE'S STILL GUILTY. You are always in my thoughts and prayers.

    Jacqueline Canning
    Bensalem, PA US
    Wednesday, May 29, 2002 @ 03:52:11 EST
  11. Dear Moxley Family,
    I have been following the recent events & offer my deepest condolence. I lost my father in 93 the murder goes unsolved. I know your pain. I pray that you may finally have closure and your family may begin the healing process. Take care of your selves and your loved ones,

    Tuesday, May 28, 2002 @ 11:17:19 EST
  12. This past week there have been three(3) articles in the Lawrence Journal World. Natually, we are very interested in the outcome of this trial. For Dorothy's peace of mind, we hope for resolution.My prayers are for strength for the family. Lois L.
    Lois Ann Nieman Llewellyn
    Lawrence, Ks US
    Saturday, May 25, 2002 @ 17:57:31 EST
  13. I wanted to express my sincerest apologies to the Moxley family. I've been following this case for over 3 years and I'm dismayed at the fact that it took so long for the authorities to finally make an arrest. I can only imagine the pain and uncertainty that the Moxley family and friends have felt over the years. As an aspiring law student I'm preparing a speech about the facts and history of this case that I'll be presenting in my Oral Communications class at Duffs Business Institute on June 4, 2002. Again, my sincerest apologies for the loss to the friends and family of Martha Moxley.
    Birdine L. Remaley, Jr.
    New Brighton, PA US
    Saturday, May 25, 2002 @ 16:27:51 EST
  14. to the moxley famaly ,

    i hope you will be able to punish the person who did murder her ! i saw the court tv show about martha because i have satalite connection , altough i wasn't able to understand all of what was said , i'm certain one of the skakels did it and one of them shall be punished.
    as i'm a non-religious person i can't pray for gods blessing ; but all the moxley's , have mine ...

    paris, paris les auvres france
    Saturday, May 25, 2002 @ 10:25:21 EST
  15. To the Moxley family,

    I'm sorry for your loss. Martha was a beautiful girl. I think Michael Skakel is guilty and should should be executed the same way as Martha. Who cares if he's a Kennedy cousin!! That shouldn't give him the right to murder someone and get away with it. I hope he gets what he deserves.

    Kathleen Atkinson
    Durham, Ct US
    Friday, May 24, 2002 @ 22:37:34 EST
  16. I would like to say that Martha seemed to be such a wonderful person, and it is ashame that someone would take that from her in such a horrific way. May God watch over her family close and give them justice and peace in their lives. God bless you.
    Dallas, TX US
    Friday, May 24, 2002 @ 17:25:36 EST
  17. Dorthy and son,
    I read the book from Mark Furhman and really got interested in this case. I'm really glad they reopened it. Hopefully,this time Martha and her father can finally rest in peace.

    Skip Munoz
    Miami, FL US
    Friday, May 24, 2002 @ 16:10:54 EST

  18. Michael Skakel's cousin James Dowdle Terrien (or whatever the hell his name is) recently testified and a very interesting thing happened. When Michael got up from the defense table to shake hands and greet dowdle he turned his back and walked out of the courtroom without speaking to Michael. Interesting...

    Chicago, IL US
    Friday, May 24, 2002 @ 15:50:52 EST
  19. To the Moxleys

    I have been following the case very close , I hope beleive justice will be served in for Martha... I cant beleive that it has taken this long, so my heart and prayers are with you and your family..I will be watching the outcome very closely...

    Brian Latendresse
    Pascoag, RI US
    Friday, May 24, 2002 @ 13:40:59 EST
  20. This was a horrible crime. The family has my complete sympathy.
    Victoria Ann Robling
    Evansville, IN US
    Thursday, May 23, 2002 @ 14:42:56 EST
  21. To The Moxley Family
    All of these years have gone by. I hope this puts an end to the murder of Martha. God knows who murder Martha.If justice is not served here it will be served after that person leaves this earth I believe God will make justice for all.

    Sandy Smith
    baltimore, Md US
    Thursday, May 23, 2002 @ 12:17:56 EST
  22. Dorthy Moxley,

    You are a wonderful Mother to have kept fighting for your daughter all these years. I am glad Skakel is being confronted with what he did in front of the world. Even if the jury cannot convict, he will never be innocent of this crime.

    chicago, IL US
    Thursday, May 23, 2002 @ 10:41:20 EST
  23. it is obvious that micheal skakel knows what happened to martha. otherwise he would not have changed his story about that night. he has something to hide. if he did not murder her than he knows who did . in my opinion he is guilty. my prayers are with the moxley family.
    shirley nokes
    central city, , ky US
    Thursday, May 23, 2002 @ 01:28:56 EST
  24. The story of Martha Moxley attracted my attention many years ago while watching Unsolved Mysteries on television. The story intrigued me because of the unusual story of an angelic-looking girl taken from her family in the midst of her budding youth. I truly belive that Michael Skakel will be acquitted in this case. I don't believe this because I feel that he is innocent, but because he is a Kennedy, even if not by name.
    If he did not perform this heinous crime, then he does know who did it. He would not have been as guilt-ridden and acted so strangely if he didn't at least know who the killer was. Her blood is on his hands no matter what the case may be. If he committed this crime, then even if he is not punished here on earth, he will be punished by rotting in hell after death.
    If Michael Skakel perchances to read this statement about him, I hope that he realizes that if he took someone else's life, if he tortured and bludgeoned her to death, then he has no redemption. If he committed this crime, then I cannot even understand how he can live with himself...how and why he didn't end his own life years ago.

    Kelly R
    New Orleans, LA US
    Wednesday, May 22, 2002 @ 22:06:17 EST
  25. My heart and prayers go out to the Moxley family and all the lives this tragedy has touched.
    A heavy hand is coming to the coward who has hidden behind fame and fortune for all these years. Justice will soon be the peace that so many lives have longed for.
    My prayers are with the Moxley family, and everyone that has dedicated themselves in keeping Martha's memory alive.

    Someone Who Cares
    Irvine, CA US
    Wednesday, May 22, 2002 @ 17:07:42 EST

    Wednesday, May 22, 2002 @ 15:38:27 EST
    I AM VERY SORRY AND I FELL YOUR PAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Wednesday, May 22, 2002 @ 15:33:43 EST
    Wednesday, May 22, 2002 @ 15:26:13 EST
  29. Just wanted to comment that I am still hoping that justice will be served. Any jury who could not see how absolutely ludicrous Michael's story is should not serve. period. He actually claims that he was "horny and went back out to peep, and had a "thought" that "Martha likes me (which she obviously did NOT), I'll go get a KISS FROM MARTHA"????? Come on! Does anything anyone has read lead you to believe THAT was likely? This one statement alone makes me very very upset. I pray a jury will not be blinded and sees that THINGS DON'T FIT WITH HIS WEIRD, WEIRD STORY.
    NC US
    Wednesday, May 22, 2002 @ 09:50:22 EST
    Sherry Jones
    Portsmouth, Va US
    Wednesday, May 22, 2002 @ 09:26:31 EST
  31. To the Moxley family:

    For my presentation at school I talked about this whole tragedy and everyone was totally captivated by Martha. She had something special about her. When talking about the case I honestly felt like Martha's presence was there, I know its crazy talk but I just felt a jolt of warmth when I was thinking about how she was in Heaven and everyone in the class wanted to know more about her and that she was pretty and that it was such a horrible tragedy.
    I just want to let you know that Martha isn't gone; she is only away!

    Sydney Taylor
    Toronto, ON CA
    Tuesday, May 21, 2002 @ 22:51:27 EST
  32. I read that Mildred Ix greeted Mrs. Moxley with a hug and kiss on the same morning that she took the witness stand and recanted her grand jury testimony. Also, several years ago she asked the Moxleys to "let this go." Hypocrits like Mildred Ix make me sick. I wonder how she would have felt if it had been her own daughter instead of Martha that was so brutally murdered.
    Indianapolis, IN US
    Tuesday, May 21, 2002 @ 21:53:56 EST
    PHX, AZ US
    Tuesday, May 21, 2002 @ 18:47:52 EST
  34. Dorthy and John:
    I wish you both the very best in getting some long overdue justice for Martha. I don't know how this trial is going to turn out. As you both have commented, Mickey Sherman, on behalf of his client, is doing everything he can to twist facts and take testimony out of context. Martha was an endearing young woman and not some battered crime victim. Wherever she and her father David are, they know what you both are trying to accomplish. May God bless you both.

    lorraine swanson
    Tuesday, May 21, 2002 @ 17:41:20 EST
  35. I read the book by Mark Furnam about 6 or 7 years ago and from the moment I finished the book I knew that it was Michael Skakel that murdered Martha Moxley. I hope that your family is brought the justice that you deserve and that Martha can now rest peacefully. God Bless you all.
    OH US
    Tuesday, May 21, 2002 @ 17:15:59 EST
  36. Mrs. Moxley,

    I have been touched deeply by Martha's story and passing, even though I wasn't born until 1976 I really wish I could have known her. I have never encountered a person of such good qualities as I have heard people express about Martha. Like the Billy Joel song, it's true, "Only the Good Die Young" I hope Skakel gets what is coming to him and then some.

    Sean Sullivan
    Natick, MA US
    Tuesday, May 21, 2002 @ 13:09:00 EST
  37. Dear Dorthy and John Moxley,

    I have tremedous admiration for the way you have kept your Martha's memory alive. She is truly living on through your efforts. I am sure she is very proud of her Mother and brother.
    Whatever the outcome of this case (I am afraid that there just might not be enough evidence) Martha's voice has been heard, she has confronted her killer in court and that is something. Everyone can see what he did to her.
    I hope that Skakel does not walk on this charge but even if he does, you have done the right thing and he will never be free.

    Minneapolis, MN US
    Tuesday, May 21, 2002 @ 10:30:43 EST
  38. My mother went to school with Martha. She will always be in our hearts. I was not born when she was Murdered. But I live ten minutes away were she lives. My mother said that was Greenwich's worst crime. I hope her killer dies in hell.
    Kristen Laska
    Greenwich, CT US
    Monday, May 20, 2002 @ 14:25:57 EST
  39. I am part of a team of photographers, who work with law enforement officials, in taking crime scene photographs. Even though I am not connected with the subject, I still hurt for surviveing family members, friends, and the person who died so needlessly. I can only imagine what Martha's family and friends have gone through over all these years. A life filled with so much promise was cut short by one very sick individual. With God willing, his family won't be able to buy and scare everyone into silence. Keep holding on to your faith that there are still people with principles in this world that will step forward and help you find peace. God bless you all.
    louanne sledge
    wichita falls, tx US
    Monday, May 20, 2002 @ 14:16:06 EST
  40. I have followed the case closely over the past year, my sincere condolences to the Moxley family. The noose is tightening around the killers neck.
    Shaun Perry
    Melbourne, Vic Australia
    Sunday, May 19, 2002 @ 12:44:23 EST
  41. I am a mother of three children, two of which are girls and I do hope you get justice for your beautiful daughter. God Bless you, Mrs. Moxley and all of your family.
    Patty Beard

    Patty Beard
    Fontana, CA US
    Saturday, May 18, 2002 @ 21:45:49 EST
  42. Dear Mrs. Moxley:

    Please add my hope and preyer for the brighter end. How can someone say they are sorry for your loss. How can anyone even know how you feel. How can anyone mend your broken heart. My sadness has not subside since the first time I heard the news. I am a mother and I can't fathom the pain you must have gone through. I know that more people than you think are preying for your strengh. The murderer will be put away. The closure will come, and soon. Justice will be served. Take care.

    God bless.
    Bonnie Goldman

    bonnie goldman
    boston, ma US
    Saturday, May 18, 2002 @ 16:14:25 EST
  43. I just hope that Micheal Skakel pays for what he did to her. Being a parent, this would be a nightmare for any mother to go through.
    Lisa Marie Jones
    Marshall, Ark US
    Saturday, May 18, 2002 @ 14:58:45 EST
  44. Mr.and Mrs.Moxley,
    I think what happened to your daughter was very trajic.I am sorry that they haven;t solved the case yet.best of luck to you!

    Sartell , MN US
    Friday, May 17, 2002 @ 15:40:37 EST
  45. To Mrs. Moxley & family...my thoughts echo all of the supportive ones posted here, so I won't be redundant. I just wanted to let you know that I am one of millions of people across the United States, and perhaps the world thinking about you during this time and pray that you find peace and closure. We all wish we could bring Martha back to you, but you will be reunited with her one day. God bless you.
    Van Wert, OH US
    Friday, May 17, 2002 @ 15:13:23 EST
  46. I remember when Martha was murdered; she and I would be the same age today. Although I lived and grew up in New Jersey, I do remember when she lost her life so violently and needlessly, 27 years ago. Martha and I we were "peers," so to speak, and although I did not know her, I have always felt drawn to her somehow. I am now a mother of two grown children, and two very small grandchildren, and the love and happiness in my life is overwhelming at times. The chance for similar happinesses was stolen from Martha that Mischief Night...and I grieve deeply for her, her family and friends, and her lost potential. God bless you, Dorothy, for your strength and undying love for your daughter...may the killer FINALLY be brought to justice...

    Kate Langsdorf
    Canadensis, PA US
    Friday, May 17, 2002 @ 13:23:10 EST
  47. I am a teacher and have followed this case closely. I work in a poor district with a lot of welfare and child abuse. Money buys freedom here, from DUI's to more serious crimes. I have past students in jail, simply because they are poor. With money and power,not only are people "bought off" but the local paper does not even report it. I pray that justice is done here. If Michael Skakel gets by with this one, as an American people, I believe we have lost more of the faith in our system. God bless those who stand against injustice and God bless those who continue to fight for the future of the children that I teach, and for those children everywhere.
    Brenda Carpenter
    Waverly, OH US
    Friday, May 17, 2002 @ 08:30:24 EST
  48. To see a trial and justice come this late for Martha has to be excruciating for the family. I feel so bad for Martha and her mother and dad and the anguish they have had to undergo. Murder is so senseless, so utterly without any purpose or cause,.. to take this girl's life like that, in such a brutal manner, it floors me people can be that savage. Thank God for Mark Fuhrman and his book as we never would have known about the case without it. The Kennedy family skeletons are slowly emerging from the PR window with which they were originally cast ,and thru time, that shadow is showing itself not to be pleasant. If Mr. Skakel is the killer, God have mercy on his sou. No one should be above the law, ruling class or not...Kennedy, Hearst, or Rothchild.
    Martha, we grieve for you. Justice must be done and your family needs the piece of mind that you are okay now and what you endured will not go unpunished. God bless the Moxley family.

    Cort Stapleton
    Cedar Rapids, IA US
    Friday, May 17, 2002 @ 00:48:03 EST
  49. My niece was murdered August 5th, 2000, and if we didn't have her KILLER behind bars, we would be as fervent as Dorothy in our pursuit. That mother KNOWS in her heart who killed her daughter and she will not rest until he is brought to justice----no matter what the name. The pain and empty spot is forever there.
    Martha.........we remember YOU. Some will forget those that are taken but those that experience this, NEVER forget the one we love and lost. Rest in peace, Martha. Mom is on his tail!!
    And Mark Fuhrman.........thank you for your persistent nature. I read your book after the OJ trial. You know guilt when you see it. The Moxley's are fortunate to have you on their side.

    Becky Smith
    Watkins Glen, NY US
    Thursday, May 16, 2002 @ 19:00:45 EST
  50. For Mr. Tom Alessi:
    How very decent of you to create and upkeep this site. In addition to the memory of your friend, it has helped to keep alive the promise of solving her murder and bringing the offender to justice.

    John Vogelsang
    Pittsburgh, PA US
    Thursday, May 16, 2002 @ 16:17:14 EST
  51. My thoughts & prayers are with you & your family. It is about time Michael Skakel paid the price for what he has done! Seems like if you are related to the Kennedy's in anyway you can get away with anything. Hopefully this time that won't happen. It is also time the police learn how to handle murder cases! This one was botched from the get go!
    Kim Moseley
    Memphis, TN US
    Thursday, May 16, 2002 @ 15:13:04 EST
  52. I really hope that who ever murdered martha should be brought to justice for what they did. My prayers are with all of you.
    Mansfield, CT US
    Thursday, May 16, 2002 @ 13:04:53 EST
  53. Dear Dorthy and Family, Keep on, keeping on. Continued prayers for y'all have much faith to the end and beyond. You know, Rosemary is praying, too, and has ALOT to say about it!
    S Gonzales
    Houston, TX US
    Thursday, May 16, 2002 @ 12:31:32 EST
  54. To the Moxley family: May this trial bring closure to your pain and let Martha finally rest in peace. I cannot believe it took this long to get Martha's MURDER case into court. You better believe the Skakel crew, along with a few other "so-called" neighbors, know who MURDERED your daughter. Once again, it's another cover up to protect the Kennedy name. From Marilyn Monroe's "suicide" to Ted's unfortunate "car accident" where his female passenger drowned. How many more lives will be taken/destroyed because of money and a name? May justice prevail this time!!
    Delta, PA US
    Thursday, May 16, 2002 @ 10:47:11 EST
  55. I subscribe to Vanity Fair magazine and it is Dominick Dunne's articles that have brought this case to my attention. Without people like Dominick and those maintaining this website there would be no pressure to find Martha's murderer. How fortunate that Mrs. Moxley is not alone in her quest to solve her daughters murder.
    I have been touched by the excerpts from Martha's diaries. Her joy and excitement about life was a wonderful reminder of what it's like to be a teen. It's a shame that all of her teenage thoughts and choices have to be exposed for all to dissect. Let's not forget this was a sweet, innocent, little girl.
    If the person who committed this crime follows this website, please remember it is never too late to take responsibility for your actions. You can't change what you did, but you can make the honorable choice for today. The honorable choice for today would be to end Mrs. Moxleys waiting, don't make her endure another day of this public exposure, of her precious little girl.

    Penny Shavlik
    Spring Park, MN US
    Wednesday, May 15, 2002 @ 22:40:56 EST
  56. I am a 13 year old girl that is afraid that something as bad as whathappened to Martha would happen to me. It is very sad that a girl so young would be killed. who ever kiled her is a very sick person.

    Stamford, ct US
    Wednesday, May 15, 2002 @ 15:40:16 EST
  57. This story is such a tragedy. I honestly can't imagine losing my daughter so vilently. May the sweet little girl rest in piece.
    Arlington, AL US
    Wednesday, May 15, 2002 @ 14:40:04 EST
  58. Like Martha, I was a teenager out with friends on that "mischief night" in 1975 - just four miles from where the crime occurred. The situation is just as sad today as it was 27 years ago. I have no connection with the Moxley family, but my prayers are with them. If Michael Skakel is guilty, I wouldn't mind beating him with a 6-iron.
    TX US
    Wednesday, May 15, 2002 @ 13:30:11 EST
  59. I truly hope the Moxley family can get some closure soon in this terrible tragity. What was done to Martha was a rotten, awful shame and I hope for once that money does'nt buy freedom!! Money gives you no right to kill someone, I don't care who you are! I have been glued to every TV show, book and update I can find on this trial and about the murder that occured so many years ago. Mrs. Moxley you are a true bright light, and your courage is awe-inspiring. I would have liked to have known Martha, I bet she was just as lovely as you. Last night on Court TV's "Mugshots" program I again watched the story. Naturally I dont know all the facts, but for goodness sakes it certainly sounds as if Skakel is guilty! And if he is I hope he gets the death penalty for what he did to your little girl. And I hope the Kennedy's don't start flaunting there money and power to get him off either. I think the average "normal" folks are getting sick and tired of people with lots of money getting away with disgusting crimes such as this just because they can buy people!
    May God Bless you and your entire family, and may you achieve inner peace after this is all over!

    Newport, VT US
    Wednesday, May 15, 2002 @ 13:00:17 EST
  60. After this trial I can only hope that her mother can finally have some closure after all these years.Let's hope that justice will finally be done.Thank you Mark for being there for the family and never giving up hope
    Brenda Lalonde
    Brampton, ON Canada
    Wednesday, May 15, 2002 @ 12:17:32 EST
  61. Dear Moxley Family,
    As the mother of four children I can not imagine the pain your family has had to endure. My thoughts and prayers are with you every single day! Mrs. Moxley your strenght has inspired me-I don't know if I could ever be as strong as you have been. God bless you and your son.

    Wednesday, May 15, 2002 @ 09:10:54 EST
  62. I think its sad what money can do... I think that man Mike did it and just looking at the map it is clear that crazy mixed up man killed her it is so clear that he did it. The cops should go down too. I think its a big I am glad that martha's mother has not quit and I would hope that my Mom and Dad would do the same for me. She wants justice and deserves justice.. The evidence is clear and the golf club come on it smells rat come on!! This makes me sick even an ameteur could have solved this case. The evidence was there and someone in that house knows what happened to that girl I don't care how much money you have its not okay to commit a crime like that. MURDER it makes me sick how the ones who are suppose to protect you (cops) lie and get scared of a family that has lots of money and cover up a murder like that it disgusts me.This is like the OJ case all the evidence but not enough to put him away I guess money can do alot to hide the truth. Lots of money doesn't give a permit to kill But I guess it does... I hope that everyone remembers that GOd is the final judge and won't forgive a liar a murderer, and person without a soul. Only God knows what happened including Martha and I think her spirit is telling us something..
    wethersfield, CT US
    Wednesday, May 15, 2002 @ 09:07:01 EST
  63. I pray that this trial will bring some kind of peace to the family, knowing that justice will be served for their beloved daughter Martha
    Tracey Wilkie
    Bridal Veil, OR US
    Wednesday, May 15, 2002 @ 06:44:55 EST
  64. Dear Moxley Family and friends,
    It was a terrible thing that happen to Martha all those years ago, but I am praying that they nail his butt to the wall for what has done to her and her family. She can maybe now rest in peace. And her family can get some kind of closer.
    God Bless you all and your all in my prays.

    Sylvia Blum
    Plainfield, Wi US
    Tuesday, May 14, 2002 @ 23:22:04 EST
  65. Seems to me that Skakel better hire OJ's attorneys -- that's the only way he might be able to sleep @ night.
    Naples, FL US
    Tuesday, May 14, 2002 @ 21:15:59 EST
  66. Dear Moxley Family and Friends,
    I have only recently been so involved and interested in the Martha case. It just breaks my heart to think of the pain you'll must have been through and are still enduring. I'm not sure how much confidence I have in the system but I do believe in god and the saying "She's in a far better place now" although I'm sure thats alot easier for me to say. As god as your witness he will be sure you meet again someday with your beloved Martha and which ever evil man done this act, will surely pay. Good Luck in finding peace.

    Melanie Holifield
    Lexington, NC US
    Tuesday, May 14, 2002 @ 16:39:38 EST
  67. I'm a true-crime devotee who was reading a lot of the books that came out of the OJ case when I came across Mark Fuhrman's book, Murder in Brentwood. I always thought Fuhrman was upright, straitforward, and a darned good cop who got framed. Imagine my surprise when I found that he was also a very gifted writer!

    Knowing that, I eagerly bought Murder in Greenwich, and having not seen Dominic Dunne's miniseries or read his fictionalized account, this was the first I'd heard of this murder. I sincerely hoped that Mark's book would rattle the cages and get the grand jury to convene. I am so happy that you finally have some closure coming! I sincerely hope Michael Skakel is convicted, because I believe he did kill Martha.

    To Dorothy & John Moxley - God be with you, and I hope you find some closure from this trial. A confession would have been a lot better.

    A very dear friend of ours went through quite an ordeal when his parents were butchered to death in their home in Cincinnati some 15 years ago. For years, the FBI profile pointed to the killer being someone they knew. Unfortunately, the police believed it was a family member, even though all three of their sons live out of town and were not in Cincinnati on the night of the murders. The case went cold. The police suspected the family. The family could not get closure. They went on Oprah, on an unsolved murders episode. No leads except psychics. Finally, after 10 years, the killer (a drugged up burglar) confessed to his brother, and his brother turned him in to the police out in Arizona, where he was extradited back to Cincinnati for trial. He was convicted and sentenced to death. I attended that trial with my friend, and it was very tough for him to sit through, even though there was a confession. This is one of those cases where police completely botched the evidence and didn't follow leads that were not consistent with their one theory, and the case would never have been solved if it hadn't been for the confession. Maybe that's another future Mark Fuhrman book! If Mark reads this site and is interested, he can Email me for more details.

    Anyway, just wanted to say I found this site through the Court TV site, and I hope it brings the Moxley's some pleasure, reading the nice things written about Martha by her friends from childhood. I'm about Martha's age, and reading about her activities in high school echoed my own. Such a wonderful time in life - such a horrible time to end it. God bless the Moxleys.

    Vicki Stebel
    Columbus, OH US
    Tuesday, May 14, 2002 @ 15:26:54 EST
  68. I have been reading about this case for a while. I am so glad there is finally going to be closure for Martha's family.
    owensboro, ky US
    Tuesday, May 14, 2002 @ 12:47:02 EST
  69. This message is for Martha's mom. I feel your pain, I lost my son to the hands of another. Justice is coming and may peace be with you.

    Lots of Love
    Jeanette Hubbard
    Gardena, CA 90247

    Jeanette Hubbard
    Gardena, CA US
    Tuesday, May 14, 2002 @ 12:15:20 EST
  70. I do not remember this case at all, but having read all the information with an open mind I do believe they have the right person on trial. I don't believe he confessed the murder to Higgins or Coleman and think they will hurt the case. My Prayers go out to Mrs. Moxley and Son. Justice will prevail.
    Winter Park, FL US
    Tuesday, May 14, 2002 @ 09:55:13 EST
  71. Just wanted to drop a line to say we are anxiously watching the trial every possible chance we get and are pulling as hard as we can for justice. Mickey Sherman is trying very hard to take the focus off Mr. Guilty and put it on the tutor. I only hope that the prosecution is up to the task of totally smashing his plan, which is not much of a plan at that. This is so stressful for all of us that I can only imagine how the Moxleys are feeling now that they have finally begun to see wheels turning. To the prosecutors, please give this all you've got in you! We wish to see this guilty person suffer the consequences for his actions - he's had way too long to enjoy what he took from Martha - his life.
    NC US
    Tuesday, May 14, 2002 @ 09:19:27 EST
  72. I just read Mark Fuhrman's book on the tragedy and I can't tell you how much I admire the mother (Dorthy) not only as a special person but for her strength and character to see this thing through. She is my hero!
    James A. Webster
    Santa Barbara, CA United States
    Tuesday, May 14, 2002 @ 02:04:26 EST
  73. Iam a mother of four daughters and my heart goes out to Mrs.Moxley for her pain and strenght she has endured all these years. Iam not sure justice will prevail in the court room, but remember their our people out there who support you in prayer and are behind you 100%.God knows, and Martha the angel she is, is at peace.She is blessed to have a Mother like you who never gave up seeking justice for her no matter what happens.

    Stay Strong,

    St.Petersburg, Fl US
    Monday, May 13, 2002 @ 23:13:45 EST
  74. I know Michael Skakel is guilty. I don't understand how the Kennedy Klan can get out of so much. Just because they have money and power doesn't mean they can get away with murder. I get sick when I see Michael Skakel smiling on TV. How can he live with himself? I don't understand. My love to Martha and her family. It makes me so mad that Skakel can take a life and live his own. He doesn't deserve to. Don't worry Dorothy, he will be charged.
    Tampa, FL US
    Monday, May 13, 2002 @ 20:46:41 EST
  75. To The Moxleys,
    Win or lose, we are with you, and our thoughts are with Martha.

    Naples, FL US
    Monday, May 13, 2002 @ 19:41:53 EST
  76. Great Website! Michael Skakel is guilty and I hope a jury sees through the defense's BS!
    Mark Richmond
    Boise, ID US
    Monday, May 13, 2002 @ 18:40:33 EST
  77. you got a nice web site

    eugene covell
    ilion, n.y. US
    Monday, May 13, 2002 @ 16:36:32 EST
  78. I read Mark Fuhrman's book about this case and I am convinced that Michael Skakel is guilty. However, I am afraid that the jury will have some doubt and will not convict him which will only bring more pain to the Moxley family.
    Pete Massaro
    Lindenhurst, NY US
    Monday, May 13, 2002 @ 16:27:23 EST
  79. Martha will forever be young and beautiful,she is an angel never to be forgotten.May God bless and keep the Moxley family.
    lorna hooper
    sierra vista, az US
    Monday, May 13, 2002 @ 12:38:40 EST
  80. My thoughts and prayers go out to Martha's family and friends. At last they can see who committed this horrible crime and caused so much pain, pay for his crime. I hope that it is enough to let them live out the rest of their lives in peace. May God Bless You and always be by your side.


    Rochester, MN US
    Monday, May 13, 2002 @ 11:59:34 EST
  81. God Bless everyone who has helped this case go to trial. No one should get away with murder, much less such a brutal and senseless one. I hope Skakel goes to prison for life. If not, God will take care of him.
    Eagan, MN US
    Monday, May 13, 2002 @ 11:49:12 EST
  82. Just once, especially this time, I'd like to see the truth prevail at a trial where the Kennedy name is flaunted. I hope the jurors will not allow a "big-time" attorney to hoodwink them. Money can buy a lot, but it cannot buy peace of mind for the guilty.

    We hope and pray our support for the Moxleys will help them through this tumultuous time.

    Another "mother"

    Batavia, OH US
    Monday, May 13, 2002 @ 09:49:15 EST
  83. I first heard about Martha and what happened to her a few years ago and it immediately struck a chord with me. Firstly, because an aunt of mine was brutally murdered back in 1995. Second, I am 20 years old now, 21 next January, and I have a younger sister who is about the same age Martha was. Despite the signifigant difference in age, I am very close to my younger sister, and I have to admit she is my best friend.

    I understand Martha has an older brother, and I couldn't imagine how he must have felt. If something were ever to happen to my younger sister, well, I just don't know what I would do.

    From what I've read and heard, Martha was a wonderful, one of a kind girl, and sadly there aren't many people out there who are like her. I honestly must say I wish I could have known her.

    This is a horrible tragedy, and her killer must be brought to justice. I don't understand how anyone can do anything like that. He's a really sick person and really I think he should die for what he did. Lets bring him to justice so Martha's soul can finally rest and her family and friends can finally see some closure.

    God bless the Moxley family. Its terrible what happened and I am really sorry for you. I hope this is all over soon.

    Sincerely with best wishes,

    Michael Ritchie

    Michael Ritchie
    Sun City, CA US
    Monday, May 13, 2002 @ 05:44:30 EST
  84. Dear Dorothy Moxley, I am twenty-five years old and before I move to Alabama, I live in Detroit, while staying there I have seen many of my young friends get murderer, I thought moving to Alabama will help my kids live a better life, I know you are asking what this have to do with Martha, I just want to say I know how it feel to lose a love one but I don't know how it feels to lose a child, I am so sorry for your lost those many years ago, I have been reading about Martha for about three years now and I hope her killer will be brought to justice and I hope your heart will have some peace in it. I prayed for you and your family for years and I will continue to pray for all of you. I know I don't know you but I love you all and God loves you. Trust in him and he will show you the way. I will keep you and your family in my prayers, God Bless
    Monday, May 13, 2002 @ 02:04:57 EST
  85. Dear Dorothy Moxley, I am twenty-five years old and before I move to Alabama, I live in Detroit, while staying there I have seen many of my young friends get murderer, I thought moving to Alabama will help my kids live a better life, I know you are asking what this have to do with Martha, I just want to say I know how it feel to lose a love one but I don't know how it feels to lose a child, I am so soory for your lost those many years ago, I have been reading about Martha for about three years now and I hope her killer will be brought to justice and I hope your heart will have some peace in it. I prayed for you and your family for years and I will continue to pray for all of you. I know I don't know you but I love you all and God loves you. Trust in him and he will show you the way. I will keep you and your family in my prayers, God Bless
    Monday, May 13, 2002 @ 02:03:51 EST
  86. The killer of Martha Moxley deserves a public beating. I say with an old rusty golf club. Everyone gets an old rusty golf club and we beat the daylight out of him. I believe in "Eye for an Eye...." Old Testament Style! That's what he deserves. Sweet Martha. You were given a short life on Earth but even better, you have eternal life in Heaven. God Bless your family and friends.
    See you in Heaven.

    Tina Markley
    Oceanside, CA US
    Sunday, May 12, 2002 @ 22:33:32 EST
  87. I want to tell the Moxley family how sorry I am first for Martha's death, and second for the amount of time it took to finally start to bring about the arrest, and trial of Michael Sakel. I know it won't bring Martha back, but it will start to bring closeur, and a portion of peace to your family!!! My heart goes out to you all, and you are in my thoughts and prayers. I also want to thank Mark Furman for going there and ratteling the cage and getting much attention! It is my belief Calf. lost one heck of a detictive when Mark left. God bless you Mark for all you've done and endured. It's because of you this case has gone to trial finally!!! You are a good, honest man, and I'm sorry for everything you went through, then and now!!!...Sherry Jones
    Sherry Jones
    Portsmouth, Va US
    Sunday, May 12, 2002 @ 21:55:30 EST
  88. A beautiful young lady lost her life due to the selfish and arrogant actions of Michael Skakel.I hope this trial will help her mother and brother reconcile this barbaric case. I am sure she has been with God over these many years. Mark Fuhrman is a great detective!
    Gary Mozur
    Springboro, OH US
    Sunday, May 12, 2002 @ 12:07:52 EST
  89. I hope that justice will be served for Martha.Rest In Peace.
    St.Catharines, On ca
    Sunday, May 12, 2002 @ 11:53:37 EST
  90. I really hope that Martha gets the justice she is so entitled to. I hope her family find peace and comfort when all is done.God Bless,keep the faith.
    Yorkton, Canada
    Sunday, May 12, 2002 @ 11:51:27 EST
  91. I really hope that Martha is given the justice she's entitled to.I hope her family has peace when all is over and done. God bless you all.Keep the Faith.
    Yorkton, US
    Sunday, May 12, 2002 @ 11:48:28 EST
  92. forgive my bad english , but i just want to say .. no actually i don't have words for this . the things i want to say are deep inside my mind , maybe in heaven , martha can read those toughts ...
    like sai earlier , i'll see you in heaven martha

    jo ( can't type in european characters )
    moskou, russia russia
    Sunday, May 12, 2002 @ 11:08:54 EST
  93. My heart goes out to the Moxley family at this time. I hope and pray that they will be able to find peace once and for all for their beloved daughter/sister. It must be a trying time now, after all these years, to have to endure these events again and again. Hold on to your beliefs, they will see you through these difficult times.
    God Bless

    Toronto, Ontario Canada
    Sunday, May 12, 2002 @ 01:32:27 EST
  94. i feel for the familey.....this michael....must think he can get by with any thing because hes part of a well known familey......but god doesnt..pick people by fame......his time will come in front of god.....unless god decides to give him that big U turn first......rest in peace martha......god bless her familey.....
    louise ramirez
    salt lake city, ut US
    Saturday, May 11, 2002 @ 23:07:51 EST
  95. May God be with your family in this time. For the one thing you should remember is if he dosen't answer here on Earth you will answer to the almighty God, and the sentence he get's there will be ETERNAL.
    Michelle Meekins
    pembroke, ga US
    Saturday, May 11, 2002 @ 22:37:38 EST
    Saturday, May 11, 2002 @ 22:09:46 EST
    Saturday, May 11, 2002 @ 22:06:00 EST
  98. I just read the book by Fuhrman-it was an ok read. Michael, if you are guilty-just admit it so you can give the Moxley's the peace you stole from them for all these years. There's nothing worse than a murderer and a liar--you'll just end up in HELL where you belong.
    R.I.P. Martha! I'll see you in Heaven.

    Toronto, CA
    Saturday, May 11, 2002 @ 19:26:18 EST
  99. May God Bless you during these times of tribulations. I hope your faith in Him has not dimisnished. I know there isn't anything that I can say but please be aware that you and your family will always be in my prayers. May the justice system prevail and Michael gets what he deserves. May God Bless all of those involved and give them strength and courage to do what is needed.
    Stephanie Ellis
    Saint Joseph, MO United States
    Saturday, May 11, 2002 @ 14:45:20 EST
  100. Dear Mrs Moxley...

    I too am a bereaved parent. This is my 8th year since, Jaryn, our 7 year old daughter died in a fire with her grandmother. I am watching and praying for you. I hope your search for justice is finally fulfilled. Just wanted you to know that you are in MY thoughts and prayers tomorrow on Mother's Day.

    With love and hugs...
    Jsmom Nina Harrison

    Jsmom Nina Harrison
    Oak Island, NC US
    Saturday, May 11, 2002 @ 14:00:21 EST
  101. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We saw you on tv and were delighted to meet you at the Thornhill wedding. Nancy and Don Paterson
    Nancy and Don Paterson
    Binghamton, ny US
    Saturday, May 11, 2002 @ 08:36:13 EST
  102. I was the same age as Martha when she was murdered and I am deeply saddened when I think of all the years of life she was robbed of, my thoughts and prayers go out to her family and I know she would be so proud of her mother for her determination to see her killer brought to justice.
    Rhonda Rumple
    Mocksville, NC US
    Saturday, May 11, 2002 @ 02:39:14 EST
  103. I pray that this beautiful girl who was denied the right to grow up and have a life will finally get justice. I love Dorthy Moxley and her son, John. My heart goes out to these lovely people. I get tears in my eyes every time I see them on tv. God bless you always!
    Wana Lee Mills
    Baton Rouge, LA US
    Saturday, May 11, 2002 @ 01:32:15 EST
  104. May Martha finally rest in peace & may GOD bless!!
    Loretta Taylor
    Americus, Ga. US
    Friday, May 10, 2002 @ 21:53:03 EST
  105. I have been following this case for more years than I can remember. The first time I saw Marths's picture her inner beauty stared at me from out of her eyes. I am sure she is in a special place and at peace and i hope the outcome of the trial brings some peace to Dorothy, John, her friends, and all the people who love her.
    Rose Haggerty
    Brick, N. J., US
    Friday, May 10, 2002 @ 20:57:19 EST
  106. Whatever the outcome of this case in court, I pray that everyone concerned finds peace. I am certain that your daughter and friend is in heaven. Whoever committed this horrible crime will face a higher power one day. God is not always fair, but He is just.
    Friday, May 10, 2002 @ 20:34:23 EST
  107. To Martha's family - Stay strong. I give you much love and support. Justice will be served. You will see. Take special care of yourselves.
    New York, NY US
    Friday, May 10, 2002 @ 13:34:05 EST
  108. The facts of Martha's terrible and early death, have not only reached the hearts of those in America but the hearts of many people all over the world. I would like to be able to write something here that would relieve The Moxley family and their friends of some of the hurt they feel. However, I am lucky that I have never had to endure such an experience and therefore do not know how you feel. All I can do is tell you that after reading so many details about Martha, and how much joy she bought to peoples lives. For the rest of my life when I see her picture, I will be thinking about the sad loss of a truely wonderful soul.
    Dorthy, my thoughts are with you.

    Dominic Harbour-Smith
    Newbury, UK
    Friday, May 10, 2002 @ 11:34:15 EST
  109. I. too, have been watching this case for at least 3 years now, and have been signed up to this board for just as long. I've come here everyday and I have searched for every bit of information I could find anywhere, and have read all three books on Martha's tragic murder. My heart goes out to the Moxley family. Martha was my age, and, although I lived several states away, I remember that I felt uneasy that night. I couldn't place why, but maybe I was someday to meet her and maybe become friends or more.
    Now, that is all in the past. But finally, Justice has been prodded to take some action in this case after so many years. (Thanks to the relentless dedication by Dorthy, John, Martha's friends, the authors of the books, and countless other people who care enough to see that whomever did this is found and convicted.)
    We may have the right one now (looks like it) or the wrong one. Whatever the outcome, one thing stands like a beacon of light here. There was another entity that was there that night and saw the whole thing. Heard the screams, saw the brutality, and also saw the perpetrator. Held Martha in His arms as she died, and made the pain go away.
    GOD was there. GOD is here now, helping all who suffer the pain of Martha's loss, helping Dorthy and John and (David) all these years to become strong and pursue justice. But, even if justice is not achieved here on earth, there will be another trial, in a Much Higher court, where the purpetrator will have to look GOD and Martha in the eye and will have to admit he did this. And he will then suffer the greatest loss of all, denial to Heaven and sent to his demise without fail.
    My prayers are with you Dorthy, John, and all those who care so much about Martha. I wish I had had the opportunity to know her. Godspeed to the justice she has deserved for so long..

    Mike M.
    Little Rock, AR US
    Friday, May 10, 2002 @ 03:09:06 EST
  110. as a student in criminal justice, as well as the politics behind the criminal justice system (2 degrees),i can only pray that the Moxley family will see justice served. i am aware of the many discrepancies our system represents, and how our system protects those who have wealth and power, to say the least. this is incomprehensible to me! however,i know that your fight will not be in vain. may God's blessings be with you all!

    OH US
    Thursday, May 09, 2002 @ 23:54:41 EST
  111. To All touched by this story,
    I am a 28 yr old art student working full-time to pay for college....about 9 hrs ago, I was bored at work, so I decided to go online to Newsday.com to see what the latest bad news was.....there, on the front page, was a link to an article about Michael Skakel. My first thought was, "WHO is this Michael Skakel? Why is HE on the front page?" As I said, that was 9 hrs ago...and here I am at 6pm EST signing the guest book for the web site dedicated to Martha Moxley. The question I ask myself now is this: "how could I NOT know who Michael Skakel was? How could I NOT know about what happened to Martha?" It's so sad to me that crimes like this can go so unnoticed in everyday life, when this should have been front page news 2,10, and even 20 yrs ago. I honestly feel that our investigative system is corrupted by politics and selfish imbeciles who care more about their image than about solving a heinous crime. This is for Dorothy, John, and most of all, Martha Moxley: GOD BLESS YOU ALL. May HE give you the strength to endure this wait for justice just a little while longer. It took so long in coming, but now the time for justice has arrived. May it be served well, and with an iron fist. My thoughts and prayers are with you from this day forward.
    God Bless you.
    Denise Patrick

    Denise Patrick
    Long Island, NY US
    Thursday, May 09, 2002 @ 18:22:03 EST
  112. I have started to look at the website every day
    at my school. That guy is guilty!The Kennedy's
    are corrupt. He totally did it. It's sad that people have to do those things. I just wanted to
    give my condolences to the Moxley's, maybe Martha is hanging out with my grandma,who passed
    away two days ago. It's time to keep things real! I hope everything works out for the Moxley's. Peace.

    Mathias Seward
    bellingham, Wa US
    Thursday, May 09, 2002 @ 17:53:17 EST
  113. Hello. I want you to know I am praying very hard for the truth be dragged out into the light with this case.

    I'm a publicist and I feel you need to pitch interviews with the Shakels and some of the well-known journalists--Dianne Sawyer, Tom Brocaw and Peter Jennings. Have you tried that?

    If you would like help I can try. It would please me to have helped in any way.

    Robin Koestoyo

    Robin Koestoyo
    Vero Beach , FL US
    Thursday, May 09, 2002 @ 10:36:33 EST
  114. The trial has finally begun! Now, I pray with all my heart that the truth will finally be known. Of course, as we have all seen, truth has little or no bearing in the modern judicial system. However,God/the universe always, I believ seeks a balance. The vilification of Mark Fuhrman allowed one murderous liar to walk free--but then Mark may never have written his book, which will, i think bring another murderous liar to justice. I frankly wish that the police would investigate Skakel as a serial killer--he certainly seems to have many of the characteristics that profilers have learned about these animals. I don't wish him to die--rather, be known for what he is by the world and be incarcerated for life--and have a prison boyfriend name of Bubba! Death would be too easy for such a creature. Let's just hope this trial is not another mockery of justice like OJ. God bless all of you on the Moxley team!
    Karen Root
    Middletown, NJ US
    Wednesday, May 08, 2002 @ 13:21:46 EST
  115. Dorothy & John:

    Today begins the final stretch of a long journey for your family. No doubt there were times you thought this day would never come. Now that it has come, my prayers will be with you every day. Try to remember, though, that no matter what the outcome, you have thoroughly honored the memory of Martha with your exemplary efforts on her behalf all these years. No one could ask more. Best of luck!

    Geoff Bermingham

    Geoff Bermingham
    New York, NY US
    Wednesday, May 08, 2002 @ 01:59:08 EST
  116. I am a year younger than Martha and grew up near Greenwich. I remember when she was killed, and have been following the "case" since it became a case. I hope and pray justice is done for Dorthy and John and the rest of the Moxley family. I only wish her father had "closure" before he died. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.
    Leslie Ofer
    Needham, MA US
    Tuesday, May 07, 2002 @ 21:31:42 EST
  117. I have followed this case since day one. I truly hope that Martha's murderer is finally brought to justice.
    Janet Stockton
    Union Lake, MI US
    Tuesday, May 07, 2002 @ 20:26:55 EST
  118. It's amazing how wealth and influence can clog and slow justice. maybe now is the time.

    good luck to the moxley family

    j kyles

    jeff kyles
    nc US
    Tuesday, May 07, 2002 @ 19:15:56 EST
  119. It has taken so long, but finally, the trial has begun!
    Your many friends in California are keeping you ALL in our thoughts and prayers!

    I will be following the trial in the upcoming weeks, and hope that the jury will reach a just verdict!

    Stay strong!

    K. Allen

    K Allen
    CA US
    Tuesday, May 07, 2002 @ 18:36:15 EST
  120. I think Martha lives through us. She has been in more that a few peoples mind for 27 years. Now that the trial against michael Skakel has started ,there will be justice for martha's family and friends. This lond waited delay of justice will make people know that martha's death is not in vain. and that money and a good name can not keep people from knowing the truth. My hearts go out to Dorothy and John and Martha's friends. I'm sure during this trial martha's spirit will be sitting front row in the court room.
    stockton, ca US
    Tuesday, May 07, 2002 @ 16:31:04 EST
  121. I have been following this case for about 5 years now. And i truly believe that MS did this crime. I also believe that due to his familys wealth and power he has not been given yet the punishments that he should pay and diserves. It is an injustice to let a criminal stay in society this long and not be subject to the penalteys that other people are.
    My thoughts go out to the Moxley family and Marthas friends. And hope that justice is provided for them once and for all.

    Heather Maxey
    stockton, ca US
    Tuesday, May 07, 2002 @ 16:16:28 EST
  122. We all feel for Martha's family for their loss and the inexcusable delay of justice. I feel confident that justice eventually will be served in this case.
    Kansas City, MO US
    Tuesday, May 07, 2002 @ 13:44:42 EST
  123. A very informative web site. I believe that even if MS did do it, he will not be found guilty. Again, thanks for a professional web presence.
    Norwood, OH US
    Tuesday, May 07, 2002 @ 09:27:34 EST
  124. Justice must be done. It is not ok for people to murder and have it go unsolved. It is not for me to judge, but I will keep my thoughts and prayers that the mystery will be solved, and peace for all concerned will be achieved. I hope this will soon be all history and people can get thier lives back together.
    John C. Sabini Jr.

    Stamford, CT. US
    Monday, May 06, 2002 @ 22:51:13 EST
  125. Dorothy and John, tomorrow is the beginning of the end for Mr. Skakel. God bless you both and may justice be yours and mostly, Martha's.
    Monday, May 06, 2002 @ 21:22:59 EST
  126. I look forward to justice being served and the guilty party being put away for a long, long time. I pray that the Moxley family will have great strength to get through this. Regardless of what happens here on earth Michael Skakel will have to answer to God someday and Mickey Sherman won't be able to help him then. I don't think they let lawyers like Mickey in heaven.
    CA. US
    Monday, May 06, 2002 @ 19:49:41 EST
  127. I've been watching this case for a number of years thanks to Mr. Dunne, Mr. Fuhrman, and this website. My prayers to Mrs. Moxley that justice will be real and not just apparent. Must admit, never thought I'd see the day when this matter actually reached trial. Keep the faith!!!
    PJB Gabriel
    Newport, OR US
    Monday, May 06, 2002 @ 15:31:31 EST
  128. John & Dorothy-
    Praying hard for truth and justice.
    God bless you both.
    Scott Phillips
    Libertyville, IL

    Scott Phillips
    Libertyville, IL US
    Monday, May 06, 2002 @ 13:21:56 EST
  129. One more thing....Mark Fuhrman, thanks for once again doing what you do best....exposing the truth.

    NC US
    Monday, May 06, 2002 @ 13:16:35 EST
  130. Mrs. Moxley and John:

    My sister and I, along with my mother up until her death last year, have followed your sad story for years. Even now, I am finding out things that surprise me, but there was never any doubt in our minds that one of the two brothers took Martha's life. The more I read, especially recently, the more I realize that Michael Skakel had to have committed this hideous act - the only thing that I am unsure of is the extent of the involvement of his brother Tommy and their tutor. Something still is not right with their stories, either. I will keep my fingers CROSSED that the entire truth comes out in this trial and that for once, the Kennedy money and name do not allow them to avoid the consequences of their actions. We all know Michael was an angry alcoholic, a dangerous combination, and that he was entirely infatuated with Martha. It is also clear that he became very strange when inebriated, I believe the term used was "creep". After hearing his grotesque description of having masturbated in a tree outside Martha's window (when faced with DNA involvement), his story just seems so utterly ridiculous that only a fool would believe it. I, like many others, have many questions that I will WAIT to hear explanations for. I will continue to think about you both throughout this trial and will hope that one, the trashy lawyer he has hired will not be able to sleaze him out of this, and two, that the press will place more importance on your case than they recently have been. They seem to be oddly quiet right now about all of this. Only occasionally do they mention it on CNN - the only way I can find updates is by "searching" cnn for "Michael Skakel". I hope you find some measure of peace after this trial is over and he is CONVICTED but I know you can never bring her back. The public is behind you and commends you for all the grace you have shown throughout your ordeal. PS: After reading Michael Skakel's "book" segments, how many of us realize what a FRIGHTENING CHARACTER he really is. Nancy

    NC US
    Monday, May 06, 2002 @ 13:12:03 EST
  131. My prayers are with Mrs. Moxley and John as they go through this terrible ordeal of having to relive the events of the night Martha was taken from them in such a horrible way. I to lost a son who was the same age Martha would be if she had lived. His death was very questionable,(he was run off the road on his Harley, Oct.23,1999)but our law will not investigate, though I've tried and submitted drawings to them showing he just did not leave the road voluntarily,but to no avail, so I ache as only a mother can,but have to go on for his 4 little boys. Dorthy I pray you may be able to find some peace and comfort when this is finally solved.God will see you and your family through this, it's hard but know that unknown friends are praying for you. Thank God for Mark Furham and the others who kept this alive. I will be following this and hope for the best. With Love and Prayers, Patricia
    Patricia A. Pennington
    West Point,, Ms. US
    Monday, May 06, 2002 @ 11:22:25 EST
  132. Hi Dorothy and John:

    I signed Raven's Guest Book so I will sign this one too. The day is near. Tuesday morning. In my heart, I DO BELIEVE THAT JUSTICE WILL PREVAIL AND THAT MICHAEL WILL BE FOUND GUILTY. I have been waiting for this a long, long time, as you both have. There are just so many thousand upon thousands (more than that) of people behind you.

    As before, keep strong. I don't even think I have to say that! Also, during the trial, just remember the number of people who are behind both of you. You have been and will be in my prayers.


    Jacqueline Canning
    Bensalem, PA US
    Monday, May 06, 2002 @ 04:27:39 EST
  133. I don't know too much about this case, but i just want to say i hope that the Moxley family sees justice done. They've waited too long for it. God bless Martha, who rests in Heaven, and her family and friends. Best wishes to all involved!
    VA US
    Sunday, May 05, 2002 @ 18:56:58 EST
  134. On the eve of the initiation of this trial my family and I wish to convey to the Moxley family our wishes for a prompt resolution of the case. Justice to the Moxleys has been denied for too long! God bless you!
    John M. Dillon
    Scarsdale, NY US
    Sunday, May 05, 2002 @ 16:07:08 EST
  135. Does anyone know whether or not the trial will be on TV? The OJ trial was televised (sometimes on more that one channel at a time) but that was California. They'll televise anything. Are the cameras allowed in the courtroom in Connecticut?
    Elan Guy
    Cape Cod, MA US
    Sunday, May 05, 2002 @ 15:35:21 EST
  136. I pray that God has helped Martha rest in peace. God will take care of what the law couln't. She will have justice in heaven.
    Betty murphy
    Norristown, Pa US
    Friday, May 03, 2002 @ 10:06:53 EST
  137. There is so much positive energy flowing towards Martha Moxley as thousands of people become aware of her tragic and senseless death. We are all accountable for our actions and we must insist that Michael Skakel pay retibution for his heinous, violent act. What a coward. What a useless individual. I pray for Dorthy and John Moxley, am ever so grateful to Dominick Dunne for his incredible strength and courage to see this through to justice, Mark Fuhrman for his expertise and thoroughness as a brilliant detective (his life unjustly tarnished forever by the murdering O.J.), and to God to give peace to Martha and what could have been...
    Debra Sabatini-Wyrobek
    Edina, MN US
    Tuesday, April 30, 2002 @ 22:19:47 EST
  138. My heart goes out to the Moxley family.
    Kristen Lopez
    Rocklin, CA US
    Sunday, April 28, 2002 @ 18:50:02 EST
  139. I was 14 years old that year and can remember being scared to go out trick or treating that next night. It was all over the news, on all the local TV stations. Fast forward 26 years later to May 2001 and I picked up a copy of Tim Dumas' book "A Wealth of Evil" from a street vendor in NYC. I just finished reading it last night coincindentally at the same time as the jury selection. I hope and pray that for Martha's family justice will FINALLY be served.
    Pt Pleasant, NJ US
    Saturday, April 20, 2002 @ 11:57:15 EST
  140. I have been reading reports about this case for years, I just finished reading Mark Fuhrmans book, now I under stand how powerful the Skakel clan was, what a group of rich jerk-offs, Michael Skakel will soon get his just dues, and to the police department in Greenwich, what a sad group of people.
    Nels Abramson
    Flushing, Mi US
    Friday, April 19, 2002 @ 21:59:36 EST
  141. Hey,
    I just want to say to dorthy john and anyone who was close to martha that the world is one your side and there is no need to worry because soon enough Michael will rott in hell and serve his punishment for the lack of feelings he had on the day of october 30,1975. Martha is i a better place and i'm sure that one day we will see her and just hug her but now all we are left to do is just admire her smiles on pictures and think of the once present when she was here on God's green earth! Once again i feel the pain everyday but not greater then the moxley's themselves! love and respect is given by me~!!!!!!

    jeanna munoz
    charlotte, nc US
    Friday, April 19, 2002 @ 20:04:59 EST
  142. As I was looking through this guest book I ran into a little something that highly upset me. A message that was posted Wednesday, April 10, 2002 @ 11:35:59 EST. I could not believe what I had just finished reading. I am a firm believer that Michael Skakel was the sick man who took a beautiful young girls life away. Maybe it upset me so much because it was the only message in there that said : "something that makes me believe it wasn't him".

    I just thought it was incredible the way this person thinks. Who tells us that Michael really did kill Martha? was another comment / question there. Well let me see... He was a psycho, troubled and sick 15 year old that had nothing going on for him and was always up to nothing but trouble. Always getting away with things because Daddy was always there to bail him out of what ever situation he got himself into. Either it was stealing, drinking, killing animals with GOLF CLUBS. "just for the fun of it". What makes u think that he could not live with the fact that he killed Martha Moxley for 27 yrs... He could live with that for the rest of his life because people like him have no feelings. They Feel absolutely nothing... But those 27 yrs that he has been out there free not paying for the crime he committed will catch up to him. I would not like for him to die until he suffers twice as much of what Martha's family suffered. This person also said : "imagine living 27 years and every day someone say u killed beautiful Martha" " I would have committed suicide by now , something Michael has not done, something that makes me believe it wasn't him". The fact that he has not committed suicide does not mean that he is not the killer !!!! How many people are out there walking on the streets living life to the max. and have killed others. So just because they do not commit suicide you are going to believe that they are not the murderers??? Be for real. I believe that no one on this earth has the right to take another persons life away. I mean who are you to decide whether a person should live or die. But Micheal decided that she should no longer live, so why should he...

    God bless the Moxley family. You are in my prayers.

    M. Janira
    Lowell , Ma US
    Friday, April 19, 2002 @ 14:34:09 EST
  143. God bless the Moxley family. You are in my prayers.
    Maria Hexum
    Houston, TX US
    Thursday, April 18, 2002 @ 15:12:27 EST
  144. It was sick and disgusting, I know, like everybody else knows, Michael and Tommy Skakel did that murder. And if the mother of Martha Moxley reads this, you know it as well as I do. There scary, evil people.
    I feel very sad for the mother of Martha. I wish you the best, even though it is hard to come to the best, your daughter is either waiting for you on the other side, of having hell of a good time in a new life.

    Much love,
    Ashley--7th grade

    Ashley Schulz
    Victorville, CA US
    Thursday, April 18, 2002 @ 04:21:38 EST
  145. I read the article on Martha Moxley in Cosmo. had tears in my eyes. I wish the parents all the best and hapiness in the future
    Carly Mestel
    Wednesday, April 17, 2002 @ 23:18:35 EST
  146. We have followed your case of trying to resolve Martha's death for all these years. We bought your home in Piedmont and have often thought of you over all these years. Hope that the case brings out the truth and brings justice to your family. God bless you.
    Bobbie Farinsky
    Wednesday, April 17, 2002 @ 15:36:21 EST
  147. God bless you, Mrs. Moxley and John. May you and your family be granted the justice you seek, and the peace you deserve.
    FL US
    Wednesday, April 17, 2002 @ 11:44:56 EST
  148. Michael Skakel is an unfeeling, lying, repulsive fat bastard murderer with no feelings. He should be put to death for what he did. My prayers are with the Moxley's. God Bless Martha and her family.
    New York, NY US
    Wednesday, April 17, 2002 @ 11:00:17 EST
  149. I have recently been reading more about Martha's case. It's pretty obvious that Micheal Skakel killed her. It's also obvious that the Greenwich police departmen helped cover up "the problem."
    I hope with all of my heart, that her killer is brought to justice and the people involved with the clear deception in this case, too.
    I cry for her Mother and the pain she has had to endure. God Be with you.

    Laura Schulz
    Victorville, Ca US
    Wednesday, April 17, 2002 @ 03:03:24 EST
  150. I have recently been reading more about Martha's case. It's pretty obvious that Micheal Skakel killed her. It's also obvious that the Grenich police departmen helped cover up "the problem."
    I hope with all of my heart, that her killer is brought to justice and the people involved with the clear deception in this case, too.
    I cry for her Mother and the pain she has had to endure. God Be with you.

    Laura Schulz
    Victorville, Ca US
    Wednesday, April 17, 2002 @ 03:02:30 EST
  151. The date of my first response to this page is evidence that I have followed this for years. Read both books. We're all hoping for a Skakel conviction, but in understating the obvious, even that won't even the score. When I die I hope to see her, and I want to be holding Frampton, Boston, and Kansas albums. She would have loved that stuff. I'm hurt that she never knew.
    Jason Rescigno
    Wednesday, April 17, 2002 @ 01:13:49 EST
  152. I have read with a lot of interest all about Martha. Things like this really intrigue me, since I feel so many times that money can buy you out of most anything. The Skakel family seems to have been able to do that for sure. However with the interest of Mark Fuhrman, it seems as if that might be about to change. I pray that justice will be done,and that money won't be a deciding factor in this situation. God bless this family, and God bless those who wouldn't let this go as just another unsolved murder.
    Ellabell, Ga US
    Tuesday, April 16, 2002 @ 23:12:39 EST
  153. I had only heard of the case various times on television and recently read Mark Furhmans book.
    I was astonished at the horrible way the case was handled. My prayers are with you that justice will finally be done and MS will be put to death or put away for EVER.

    Debra Stillman
    Darien, Il US
    Tuesday, April 16, 2002 @ 09:47:30 EST
  154. I've followed this case with interest and Mr. Alessi has done an outstanding job with many man hours in giving up to date news in an unbiased presentation. Bad karma/news has followed the Kennedy Clan and their relatives through the years;most they have been able to escape unscathed due to their money and political connections. However, due to the tenacity of many and their love for Martha Moxley and her family, a criminal will be brought to justice. It has always amazed me how folks who are being brought to justice, either find religion or in Mr. Skakel's case,Alcoholic's Anonymous.In practicing the principles of AA in ALL OF OUR AFFAIRS, one finds peace and serenity-I don't feel that Mr. Skakel has found this personally in his marriage,within or professionally(he doesn't work)
    w salley
    sc US
    Monday, April 15, 2002 @ 18:28:04 EST
  155. May this trial bring all the answers you have waited for, and a swift and deliberate measure of justice.
    janet thompson
    Drexel Hill, PA US
    Sunday, April 14, 2002 @ 18:59:08 EST
  156. justice is coming
    Sunday, April 14, 2002 @ 11:06:26 EST
  157. Rest in peace Martha.
    Beth Moxley
    Oklahoma, OK US
    Friday, April 12, 2002 @ 02:39:49 EST
  158. My sympathy to you and your son.Justice will be served!!!
    Hamden, CT US
    Wednesday, April 10, 2002 @ 13:09:37 EST
  159. First thing tomorrow morning : buy the book of Furhman and a wealth of evil , that is what is writen in my agenda for tomorrow . it took 27 years to start a trial , wich still has to start , and i hope that the true murderer of Martha is punished for is deeds . But , IF micheal is the murderer then he has escaped law for 27 years and IF micheal is the murderer , i am 100 percent certain he will escape the law again and then again BUT ... who tells us that Micheal really did murder Martha ? im not convinced that it his him , try to put yourself in his shoes , try to imagine how it must be ... 27 years long people say you are a murder of who might be a close friend of yours , everywhere you go people look down upon you for - killing = beautifull martha , her smile almost immediatly makes you believe what the newspapers say , because she looks so innocent you do not want to believe that they have the wrong guy , BUT what if you are NOT the murderer of martha ? everybody THINKS and BELIEVES you are her killer . Wouldn't you just snap ? wouldn't you go in a frenzy ? imagine how it must be to live your life 27 years and everyday someone says you killed beautifull martha ? i would have commited suicide by now , something Micheal hasn't done , something that makes me believe it wasn't him .
    leuven, belgium
    Wednesday, April 10, 2002 @ 11:35:59 EST
  160. I read all the books on the murder of Martha and have always felt the Skakel boys had something to do with it. A long last justice for Martha. My thoughts are with Martha's family, may you know a kind of peace when justive is finally served.
    Irene Kathleen Wardley
    London,England, US
    Monday, April 08, 2002 @ 14:02:08 EST
  161. Dear Dorthy,

    I was a friend of your daughter in Pidmont. I did NOT want her to move because I knew that I would miss her. She was a great friend to me and so many others. Believe me, we do not let Martha's murder to escape our minds. The very fact thast other teenage girls are killed every day makes us remember what happened to your daughter. Remember, Piedmont cares.

    Bless you and your son

    Chris Conover

    Christine Conover
    Castro Valley, CA US
    Sunday, April 07, 2002 @ 00:59:41 EST
  162. Hi..I am Patricia Barber and i am 14 years old..i read "Murder In Greenwich" last year,and i have thought about it since then.This year i went back to the library and read it again.It has taken me 2 days to read it again because i couldn't put it down.I have to say that ANYONE that will do that to someone is very low and they do not belong to be alive.He took the life of a very pretty person and left her friends and family in pain.While everyone was tring to find out who did it,he was totally free.He needs to be put away for good and he needs to SUFFER for what he did.She didn't get to live her life,but he got to live his.He can't use excuses for his actions..just because he had a rough life,it doesn't mean that he can go out and kill innocent people.may Martha Moxley rest in peace..and the murderer..which i believe is Michael Skakel,be put away forever.My best goes to her family.God Bless :)
    Patricia Barber
    Reedsville, oh US
    Saturday, April 06, 2002 @ 02:03:51 EST
  163. I am a twenty-one year old female who has been following this intriging story since it aired on Unsolved Mystery. I want the Moxley family to know my heart goes out to them, and I hope Skakel is convicted an sentenced to life. God Bless.
    Il US
    Friday, April 05, 2002 @ 21:29:07 EST
  164. My hope is for justice to be done. I pray for Mrs. Moxley, that the Lord give her the strength to endure this trial and to finally have some closure. God bless Martha, may she rest in eternal peace.
    Nancy Plankey
    Shelton, CT US
    Friday, April 05, 2002 @ 11:33:50 EST
  165. hi , this evening , bram came over to my house . he didn't say anything . he just asked me to smile ? he began to crie and i didn't knew wy , now i know . he told me i should surf to this site wich i did . i to , can't believe what happend there . it must be here smile , or her looks because just like bram i felt pain inside , even i don't knew her i feel pain .
    7 mai is the justice day , but i hope for god's sake they convict the right person since i have doubt it whas micheal tough .
    first i noticed she had fought whit the murderer . during that fight she got punched in the nose wich i something boys often do
    but , the fact that she got punched in the nose means she couldn't use her hands to defend herself... since the attacker neaded to hold her hands how could he punch her in the face ? second he/they draged her over the street ( blood is found ) and hide her under a tree . i think that a boy of 15 years old doesn't have the strenght to drag her away and he fact that he just murderd his neighbourhood friend probably paralized him .
    third , what is the relation between martha and micheal ? martha had a boyfriend ( jeff ) but what about micheal ? did he love her aswell ? or are it just good friends ?
    i pray for the moxley famaly and now you know that even people on the other side of the ocean 26 years after the facts think of martha

    yours truly


    leuven, belgium
    Friday, April 05, 2002 @ 05:44:33 EST
  166. Hi, this evening , bram came over to my house . he didn't say anything . he just asked me to smile ? he began to crie and i didn't knew wy , now i know . he told me i should surf to this site wich i did . i to , can't believe what happend there . it must be here smile , or her looks because just like bram i felt pain inside , even i don't knew her i feel pain .
    7 mai is the justice day , but i hope for god's sake they convict the right person since i have doubt it whas micheal tough .
    first i noticed she had fought whit the murderer . during that fight she got punched in the nose wich i something boys often do
    but , the fact that she got punched in the nose means she couldn't use her hands to defend herself... since the attacker neaded to hold her hands how could he punch her in the face ? second he/they draged her over the street ( blood is found ) and hide her under a tree . i think that a boy of 15 years old doesn't have the strenght to drag her away and he fact that he just murderd his neighbourhood friend probably paralized him .
    third , what is the relation between martha and micheal ? martha had a boyfriend ( jeff ) but what about micheal ? did he love her aswell ? or are it just good friends ?
    i pray for the moxley famaly and now you know that even people on the other side of the ocean 16 years after the facts think of martha

    yours truly


    leuven, belgium
    Friday, April 05, 2002 @ 05:43:53 EST
  167. "FOR The Moxleys"

    My condolences to the family of Martha.
    I can't imagine your grief. You, and your son, waiting all these years to find who murdered Martha and/why?
    Please know there are many people who support your family, and hope you find justice.


    AL US
    Friday, April 05, 2002 @ 03:18:23 EST
  168. Today, I have just finished reading the book published by Mark Furhman - Murder in Greenwich. My condolensences go out to the family of Martha. She was a very beautiful young woman, who never got to fulfill her life, and it ended. I cried sometimes during which I read the book. I really feel for the family. I hope they convict the rightful killer. In my heart, I do believe that it was Michael Skakel! If not both Michael and Thomas. I hope they rot in hell. Thank you.
    Miss Lena White
    Detroit, MI US
    Thursday, April 04, 2002 @ 19:59:10 EST
  169. This is the part everyone one has been waiting for. Psyco Michael is going down. Burn in hell, I don't think there is forgiveness.
    Desiree Pires
    Surrey, Canada
    Thursday, April 04, 2002 @ 19:08:50 EST
  170. Spend the money Michael. Drink the wine while you can. Justice is coming!
    NY, US
    Thursday, April 04, 2002 @ 17:57:14 EST
    Wednesday, April 03, 2002 @ 17:31:12 EST
  172. As a former classmate of John's, I have followed the case for years and am relieved to see that progress is finally being made. My thoughts and prayers are with the Moxley family during this trying time.
    Lauren Piper
    Whistler, BC CA
    Wednesday, April 03, 2002 @ 11:46:43 EST
  173. I've been following Martha's story for such a long time now. I was 15 years old in 1975 too. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you in hopes that justice may finally be served.
    Sue Velarde
    Northridge, CA US
    Tuesday, April 02, 2002 @ 16:20:09 EST
  174. God Bless you Dorothy, family, and friends.
    May the truth and justice finally be done.

    Scott Phillips
    Libertyville, Il US
    Tuesday, April 02, 2002 @ 13:47:25 EST
  175. We're praying, along with all the Friends of Martha Moxley, that an honest, faith-filled jury is chosen. Much love and many prayers to you, Dorthy and family.
    S Gonzales
    Houston, Tx US
    Tuesday, April 02, 2002 @ 09:58:03 EST
  176. God Bless the Moxley family. God is watching over all of you. Ihave been upset over this case since hearing of it a few years back...the truth needs to be told. Good Luck.
    Gary Nichols
    Ft. Worth, TX US
    Tuesday, April 02, 2002 @ 09:36:14 EST
  177. I really hope "whom" ever did it gets brought to justice. No one should ever have to go through this. I give you my best wishes and my god bless you all.

    Kreg James
    Lafayette, In. US
    Monday, April 01, 2002 @ 18:09:37 EST