1 Aug 1999 - 31 Oct 1999


  1. May we all take a moment in our hearts today to remember Martha,
    and hold those we love a little closer...
    watch over them a little harder,
    in memory of one who is no longer able to be held
    by her loving Mother.
    God bless the Moxleys.
    Your Friend,
    Former Classmate of Martha's
    from Greenwich High School
    Nancy Rider Riley

    Nancy Rider Riley
    Wisconsin US - Sunday, October 31, 1999 @ 21:14:55 EST
  2. Mrs.Moxley, I don't know if you remember who I am, but I was Martha's P.E. teacher at Western Jr. High School. I have never forgotten the honor you gave me by asking me to attend Martha's funeral. I was a second year teacher at that time and Martha - Beth and the rest of her friends were
    very special to me. I am now 47 years old and this has haunted me through out my teaching career. I just want you to know that not a day goes by without thoughts of Martha and your family. Hopefully, all our prayers will be answered and Martha will finally be at peace. All my love to you and your family.

    Shirley Rogers
    Fairfield, CT US - Sunday, October 31, 1999 @ 20:03:55 EST
  3. I hope they find who killed this beautiful young girl. I have been following the case & was pleased to see things moving again. Yes even Seattle knows of the tragedy the Moxley family must go through everyday. My prayers & thoughts are w/ you.
    Sincerely,
    Tracy Carlson
    Seattle,Wa
    TCar694686@Aol.com

    Tracy Carlson
    Seattle, wa US - Sunday, October 31, 1999 @ 00:57:43 EST
  4. In the memory of Martha, we support and encourage all who continue to pursue the murderer as well as those who aided and abetted him then and now. We are relentless.
    W. R. Peterson
    Chester, MD US - Saturday, October 30, 1999 @ 22:11:13 EST
  5. I have been thinking of Martha all day today -- the 24th anniversary of her murder. My heart goes out to her mother, Dorthy, and her brother, John. You are in my prayers.
    Martha Knapp
    Overland Park, KS US - Saturday, October 30, 1999 @ 20:01:24 EST
  6. I can't imagine going through life, without finding out who
    Sharon
    Cleveland, Oh US - Saturday, October 30, 1999 @ 19:49:45 EST
  7. Condolences to Martha's family and friends on the 24th anniversary of her death - my heart goes out to you. I hope justice will prevail - and soon.
    Ally Hanson
    Oxford, MS US - Saturday, October 30, 1999 @ 17:23:45 EST
  8. One thing is for sure, whoever did this will have to stand before God one day and then justice will truly prevail. May God bless you.
    Chuck Nale
    Nashville, TN US - Friday, October 29, 1999 @ 17:23:41 EST
  9. I hope justice will prevail once and for all and that the obviously guilty Skakels will finally pay for what they did.
    Kristin Mullahy
    Belmont, MA US - Friday, October 29, 1999 @ 16:44:43 EST
  10. I have just finished reading the Furhman book and have read the Dunne book in the past. This trend of the wealthy and privileged getting away with murder has got to stop. Those responsible for this shoddy investigation should hang their heads in shame. My sincere condolences to the Moxley family. I hope justice will prevail eventually.
    j. alexander
    US - Wednesday, October 27, 1999 @ 08:43:03 EST
  11. Tom: GREAT JOB IN KEEPING MARTHA MEMORY ALIVE. ITS ASHAME THAT THIS CASE CAN'T HAVE CLOSURE, I READ THE BOOKS AND OF COARSE ITS LOOKS LIKE EITHER TOMMY OR MICHAEL. BUT LOOK AT THE POLICE, EVEN IN 75, NO REASON TO BE SO SLOPPY, AND THANK GOD I AM NO RELATION TO CAPT. KEEGAN, HE DISGRACES THE GOOD FAMILY NAME. HOPE TO HEAR SOME POSITIVE NEWS SOON. GOD BLESS AND KEEP PUSHING FOR JUSTICE.
    Ron Keegan
    south amboy, nj US - Tuesday, October 26, 1999 @ 13:12:25 EST
  12. I read Mark Fuhrmann's book a few months ago. He was as credible and honest in telling about Martha's case as he was in giving testimony during the Simpson trial. Being from Southern California it gets really difficult to see the privileged getting away with MURDER. It's too bad the people involved with Martha's murder weren't brought to justice way back then, but the Kennedys have been getting away with things for years, so why not counsins, etc.? Recall Chappaquidick??

    Bravo to Mark Fuhrmann!!!Hopefully the murderer will eventually serve time for his deed.
    Sincerely, Connie

    Connie
    Oak Harbor, WA US - Monday, October 25, 1999 @ 16:39:32 EST
  13. I just read about this and am very sorry for your loss, what a terrible tragedy. I hope someday you will be able to put this case to rest and find the person or persons that did this.

    Pam Knapp
    Akron, OH US - Monday, October 25, 1999 @ 13:01:52 EST
  14. I can sympathize with the family and friends of Martha Moxley. It must be horrible to lose a loved one to murder and never know for sure who did it. I believe that it WAS the Skakel brothers, and I hope that whoever it was is brought to justice so the Moxley family can finally have some closure in this tragedy.
    Autum
    US - Monday, October 25, 1999 @ 12:17:11 EST
  15. I can sympathize with the family and friends of Martha Moxley. It must be horrible to lose a loved one to murder and never know for sure who did it. I believe that it WAS the Skakel brothers, and I hope that whoever it was is brought to justice so the Moxley family can finally have some closure in this tragedy.
    Autum
    US - Monday, October 25, 1999 @ 11:51:55 EST
  16. As a mother I am deeply sorry for you loss and I hope you have found forgiveness in your life
    Valerie Sawczuk
    Sarnia, On CA - Monday, October 25, 1999 @ 11:19:37 EST
  17. After watching the A&E special this weekend, I was compelled to search the internet for more updated information. We need to find the killer of this young girl. My heart and prayers go out to the Moxley family.
    Kimberly DeGal
    Hamburg, NY US - Sunday, October 24, 1999 @ 21:33:00 EST
  18. Many condolences to your family. Just read the mark fuhrman book and have renewed respect for that man and can only imagine your ordeal in that past 24 years has been awful. I hope no stone is left unturned to solve this horrible crime, as Mr. Fuhrman has already built a credible case against the person I believe to be involved. Much peace to you, and God Bless
    Dave Willins
    Brunswick, OH US - Sunday, October 24, 1999 @ 19:20:50 EST
  19. God bless you, Mrs. Moxley.

    Laurie Ledbetter Pritchett
    Corinth, MS US - Sunday, October 24, 1999 @ 18:36:31 EST
  20. I would just like to say that the story I saw on A&E this afternoon disturbed me. In the credits I saw the web address and I had to check it out. When things like this happen I just don't see how there cannot be a verdict, especially when the guilty party sticks out like a sore thumb. My condolences to the family, be strong and patient.
    Caroyn Jokela
    Winona , Mn US - Sunday, October 24, 1999 @ 01:34:02 EST

  21. It's pretty obvious that the town of Greenwich, as
    well as the State of Connecticut, didn't look into the possibility that it was a Greenwich resident that committed this horrible crime. If Martha had been related to the Kennedy's, instead of the prime suspects, her murder would have been solved 24 years ago.

    Lawrence Grimaldi
    Madison, CT US - Saturday, October 23, 1999 @ 20:55:04 EST
  22. Just read about this murder, the first I had heard of it. So sorry this happened.
    Eunice B. Dixon
    Eads, CO US - Saturday, October 23, 1999 @ 20:02:23 EST
  23. Just like JonBenet Ramsay's parents, OJ Simpson, a few of the Kennedy's and many other wealthy murderers.....if you have MONEY you can buy your way out of anything.
    Lisa Devin
    Portland, ME US - Saturday, October 23, 1999 @ 19:58:56 EST
  24. A very interesting but frustrating story on A&E...we do hope that the killer will be found
    Rose & Barry Santo
    Malden, Ma US - Saturday, October 23, 1999 @ 19:48:06 EST
  25. Relatives of the Skakels have gotten away with crimes in the past, including murder. It appears that perhaps because of such connections it's happened again. I hope the killer is revealed soon so Martha can finally rest in peace. God bless...
    Melody Carson
    Scottsdale, Az US - Saturday, October 23, 1999 @ 19:33:07 EST
  26. Years ago I read the Dunne book and, of course, read Fuhrman's when it was published. Today there was a program about the case and Greenwich on USA. I made my 15 year old son watch it so he would learn about this horrible miscarriage of justice. I truly hope that someday those who committed this crime are held responsible for their actions. My heart goes out to Dorthy Moxley.
    Alison Ward
    Bound Brook, NJ US - Saturday, October 23, 1999 @ 19:28:45 EST
  27. "Innocence" seems to the the code to be cracked with "Power, wealth, Corruption" Along with the "Ramsey" case, what is going on with "Plain as the nose on your face" investagative police work. Isin't it interesting that whatever tenacles reach from a powerful "you know who" family, there is always involvement but always "Who me?" And of course no one is ever guilty. I hope that you find who caused this heinous crime, and they go away for a long time. May God bless you.
    Conrad Bachmann
    Woodland Hills, CA US - Saturday, October 23, 1999 @ 19:11:23 EST
  28. I remember my law professor's comment at the beginning of his course: "if you think the law has anything to do with justice, you should forget this course."
    Robert W. Maguire
    Clarendon, VT US - Saturday, October 23, 1999 @ 19:09:26 EST
  29. I hope you will find out who did this. Even though we pretty much know who it is. She was such a beautiful girl!!
    Stacey Crowder
    Christiansburg, VA US - Saturday, October 23, 1999 @ 18:20:22 EST

  30. After reading the book "Murder in Greenwich," I was heartbroken over the murder of young Martha Moxley. She was a very beautiful girl. It just outrages me how money, power, and prestige can cover up the truth. My eart goes out to the Moxley's. Eventhough I live many miles away,I know that I am one of many who are waiting to see justice

    Stehanie Frantzen
    La Salle, Il US - Saturday, October 23, 1999 @ 18:18:19 EST
  31. I think it's a damned shame that the Greenwich police were allowed to get away with incompetence and tried to kick this under the rug. Of course the Skakel brothers either know a lot about the murder or did it themselves. Their connections are what "saved" them from prosecution. What else can be done to solve this case in Dorthy Moxley's lifetime?
    Susan Giniger
    New York, NY US - Saturday, October 23, 1999 @ 18:18:01 EST
  32. May God be with you through this, and may he finally give Martha the chance to rest in peace. Prayers are with all family and friends.
    B B
    Lou, KY US - Saturday, October 23, 1999 @ 14:59:11 EST
  33. May God be with you through this, and may he finally give Martha the chance to rest in peace. Prayers are with all family and friends.
    B B
    US - Saturday, October 23, 1999 @ 14:57:08 EST
  34. I read Fuhrman's book this summer and am anxiously awaiting the justice it will hopefully inspire. God bless the Moxley family.
    Allison Henisey
    Notre Dame, IN US - Saturday, October 23, 1999 @ 14:23:43 EST
  35. I recently read Timothy Dumas' "A Wealth fo Evil" I have never felt so deeply sadded by such tradgety. I am only twenty-two so of course I never knew Martha, but my sympathy and prayer go out to Mrs.Moxley and her son. I can not imagine the pain and the anger you must feel. I find it disgraceful that people who have information continue to hide behind power,wealth,and the walls of their so beloved precious privacy. I know in my heart that justice will prevail and I pray that it will be soon. People can run from people, but they can not run from God.
    This websight is a beatiful way to keep her memeory and sprit alive. God bless you all and grant you peace.

    Cynthia Greer
    Greenville, SC US - Saturday, October 23, 1999 @ 09:57:49 EST

  36. Ann Maffeo Furia
    Sherman Oaks, CA US - Saturday, October 23, 1999 @ 01:28:56 EST
  37. My thoughts and prayers are with Mrs.Moxley.I hope that the killer-killers being so close to the original crime scenere finally brought to justice
    Nick Gianakos
    Farmington, Ct US - Friday, October 22, 1999 @ 20:44:59 EST
  38. Interesting site, I'm a college student doing a research paper on unsolved murder's. Thank you for allowing me to view your site. If you could send me some more information on the inital investigation it would help.
    Jack A. Walker
    Auburn, Al US - Friday, October 22, 1999 @ 08:49:07 EST
  39. I HOPE THAT MRS. MOXLEY HAS REST AFTER THIS IS OVER I FEAL SUCH SORROW FOR HER. AND I AGREE, PEOPLE SHOULD NO WHO AND WHERE THESE SCKAKELS LIVE, THEY ARE DANGEROUSE, BECOUSE THEY HAVE THEY TO BE THAT WAY.
    ROBIN M
    US - Friday, October 22, 1999 @ 03:54:12 EST
  40. My interest first began with "A Season in Purgatory", then continued on with "Greentown" & "Murder in Greenwich". At the first of this year a web search of the name "Moxley" produced less than 5 hits (mostly book reviews). Today is a new day, and I am delighted & uplifted to see how many more people are now very aware of the sad and unjust facts surrounding the loss of this beautiful child. The true facts have been suppressed and convoluted. Only with the truth, can justice prevail for Martha and her family. Mrs. Moxley and John Moxley have endured the "criminal behavior" of the people charged with this investigation far too long. LET'S PUT THE PRESSURE ON THE RIGHT PEOPLE! Where are they all today? I'd like everyone to see how/where Michael & Tommy Skakel have lived their lives since 1975. How have they continued on into adulthood? Parenthood? Perhaps then I could understand how they think changing their testimony today in 1999, will fix the new DNA problems posed by their 1975 testimony. Media - INVESTIGATE!
    Skakel is not spelled K-E-N-N-E-D-Y!

    E M L
    CA US - Friday, October 22, 1999 @ 00:47:59 EST
  41. I hope this muder gets solved. I am in the process
    of reading the book and can't wait to make my conclusion.

    Dustin Trunkhill
    Algona, IA I hope this muder getl solved. I am inthe process US - Thursday, October 21, 1999 @ 23:45:16 EST
  42. Keep the faith!! Justice will prevail.
    Rest in peace Martha

    J. Board
    CT US - Thursday, October 21, 1999 @ 16:38:43 EST
  43. Hello...I was born and raised in Greenwich..I can remember where I was when the announcement was made about Martha's murder in 1975...As a resident, I am outraged that this murder still has not been "solved"....We all know who did it and how they can live with themselves is beyond me (and alot of other people)...

    If the murderers had been non-white and/or not rich - this case would have been solved.

    Come on !!! Let this mother have closure and let Greenwich mend its' wounds.

    ..Wendy Waddell

    Wendy Waddell
    Rochester, NY US - Thursday, October 21, 1999 @ 12:09:50 EST
  44. Interesting Site
    Hugh Henley
    Delray Beach, FL US - Thursday, October 21, 1999 @ 09:33:17 EST
  45. I hope the killer is charged and justice is served for the sake of the family.
    DEBORAH THOMPSON
    tulsa, ok US - Thursday, October 21, 1999 @ 01:13:49 EST
  46. I saw the program on A&E. Why didn't the people of Greenwich do anything? I just don't understand. One fact was left out, where are the SKAKELS now? Shouldn't unsuspecting people know where THEY live? May Martha rest in peace,our prayers are with her friends and family. Please don't forget!
    Itallea
    Pearl River, NY US - Wednesday, October 20, 1999 @ 22:52:14 EST
  47. I hope that justice will be served...and everyone can rest peacefully. Especially, Martha!
    Mike Williams
    Carmi, IL US - Wednesday, October 20, 1999 @ 22:16:10 EST
  48. I hope that justice will finally be served in this case. It's really sickening to know that if your a Kennedy or one
    of there relations that you can get away with murder. It's even more chilling to know that one of these creeps lives just down the road from me.

    Sheila Hughes
    Lee, MA US - Wednesday, October 20, 1999 @ 18:19:43 EST
  49. My heart goes out to Martha's family. There is no greater loss than that of a child. Never lose hope that justice will be served. There is no statute of limitations on murder.
    April Capone
    East Haven, Ct US - Wednesday, October 20, 1999 @ 13:24:43 EST
  50. I guess if you want to murder someone, you should do it in the states of: Connecticutt(Marth Moxley), Colorado(Jon Benet Ramsey) and California(Nicole Simpson). Apparently in those states, if you are influential and wealthy you have a right to murder someone and walk away!! God Bless America!!
    Torri H.
    Canton, OH US - Wednesday, October 20, 1999 @ 13:10:13 EST
  51. I lived in New Canaan and was one year younger than Martha when she killed. Her smiling face has never left my memory. Her murder has remained in the forefront of my mind for all these years. I pray often for the Moxley family, and hope they find some comfort in knowing there are so many people remembering Martha and sending love and well wishes to them. Martha is in a better place. Michael Skakel, murderer, will remain in hell. God bless you, Martha's mom and brother.
    Ailey Smith
    Manhattan Beach, CA US - Wednesday, October 20, 1999 @ 13:07:31 EST
  52. This is one of of the best sites I have seen - Thank you for keeping this tragedy in full public view. Those responsible, must be held accountable; regardless of their connections in life.
    Chas Koehler
    Santa Rosa, CA US - Wednesday, October 20, 1999 @ 12:50:58 EST
  53. This is a prime example of how what's in your bank account really does count for something. Even though you may think your not part of this pathetic standard of life, consider who you look up to as a role model and ask yourself, "Are they wealthy or just average from a financial perspective?" That's where it all begins. We set these standards and don't even realize it. In all actuality, people with money are the only people that get a fair shot in life & we allow it to happen!!
    Dawn
    Ellicott City, MD US - Wednesday, October 20, 1999 @ 11:52:53 EST
  54. Hope the grand jury brings down indictments in this case. It is never to late for justice.
    Diana
    Toronto, Ontario Canada - Wednesday, October 20, 1999 @ 03:25:58 EST
  55. Godspeed on finding the animal who killed martha, she seemed like the consumate girl next door!
    Tony Sanders
    kc, mo US - Wednesday, October 20, 1999 @ 03:18:05 EST
  56. We pray for peace and an end to this horrible murder!
    We pray that Mrs. Dorthy Moxley will focus her energy on helping others
    in memory of her only daughter, Martha.

    Chuchie Doubek
    Highland, CA US - Wednesday, October 20, 1999 @ 00:38:52 EST
  57. I just got through watching the show on A&E and was very interested, for Martha was very close to my age, and now I have a Daughter that is 14 right now.I truly hope justice will be served and I will continue to monitor, God Bless and take care.
    Ken Ledford
    Riverside, Ca US - Tuesday, October 19, 1999 @ 23:40:41 EST
  58. My heart goes out to the Moxley family. This case should
    have been solved in the first few weeks if money wasn't
    involved. Money can sure but silence. If it was some common
    person they would be under the jail

    dotty hoskins
    charlotte, nc usUS - Tuesday, October 19, 1999 @ 23:30:41 EST
  59. I just viewed the A@E program City Confidential and immediately
    went on-line to search for more information regarding this tragedy.
    I hope and pray that th Grand Jury has the information needed to
    bring those responsible to justice.

    Peter A. Flore
    Fresno, Ca US - Tuesday, October 19, 1999 @ 23:28:19 EST
  60. After watching A&E on Tuesday, October 19th I found myself on the web searching for sights on this unsolved mystery. I hope for the sake of justice and that of the the family that someone is found guilty of this brutal crime. I think the state should be coming up with an answer for the parents why a grand jury was not ordered back in 1975.
    Brian Gregory
    Fairview, Or US - Tuesday, October 19, 1999 @ 23:21:44 EST
  61. I saw the program on TV this Tuesday October 19th. After seeing the program I pray that justice will prevail and they find the real killer. Our children are precious and my heart goes out to you. I will keep you in my prayers. God Bless you and your family.
    Gerald E. Stemper
    random lake, wi US - Tuesday, October 19, 1999 @ 23:14:52 EST
  62. I support you and your efforts to bring justice to your family and to find comfort after all these years!
    Donna W. Turner
    Sewell, NJ US - Tuesday, October 19, 1999 @ 22:16:55 EST

  63. Donna W. Turner
    US - Tuesday, October 19, 1999 @ 22:04:25 EST
  64. I am sorry for the family,s loss.
    bobbie jean ferrell
    louisville, ky US - Tuesday, October 19, 1999 @ 21:43:27 EST
  65. I just got finished reading murder in greenwhich and i couldn't put the book down now i'm startign greentown murder and me being a teen myself i really feel bad for her and her family from what i read i know deep down inside who killed her adn i feel as if her family does to and all i can say is that i hope they find and convict the bastard who did that to that beautiful young lady

    Preyandia Jones
    Fort wayne , in US - Monday, October 18, 1999 @ 18:33:44 EST
  66. I am Dorthy's sister-in-law. How helpless we all feel in not being able to help her.
    Jane Shillito
    Commerce Twnshp, MI US - Monday, October 18, 1999 @ 15:07:13 EST
  67. I picked this book up on the airplane. I have never been so engrossed. Mark Fuhrman is such an intelligent writer but he also keeps his fans on their knees. Great book! I will buy the OJ one next!!

    G. Griffin
    hampton, ga US - Sunday, October 17, 1999 @ 01:38:32 EST
  68. i just read a book about martha moxley,and i 'm interested in the case and the scandal and power ,wealth,socity i love true crime and i have read it for 30 of my 40 years having 4 older brother and one in law inforcement i was alway drawn to unsolved mysteries... i read true crime often and and hope justice for martha moxley . thank you
    TERESA FLOURNOY
    laird hill 75666, tex US - Friday, October 15, 1999 @ 01:22:36 EST
  69. I was very pleased to find out that there is a web-site devoted to the matter of Martha Moxley's death, I don't want to see this matter "swept under the rug".
    I am a firm believer in the notion that everyone is innocent until proven guilty, but at the same time I must confess that my personal opinion is that one of the Skakel boys is guilty. I did not know Martha, so I am not familiar with all the people she knew & had as friends, perhaps somebody else could have had a motive but from where I sit I just don't see it. I am pretty familiar with Fairfield County & the idea of a transiant passing through & committing this crime just does not seem believable.
    The Skakel family on the other hand has a long history of mental problems, substance abuse & just plain obnoxious behavior. In my eyes they seem to be the obvious suspects & I hope if guilty they are brought to justice.
    It's ironic that I found your site a little more than two weeks short of the anniversary of Martha's death.

    Gregory Cooper
    South Orange, NJ US - Thursday, October 14, 1999 @ 09:11:29 EST
  70. After reading about Martha Moxley's murder, I couldn't help and still can't help having thoughts over and over again about what happen to this girl. I find myself thinking about it alot, wondering how could someone get away with this brutal murder of an innocent girl. I live one town over from Greenwich, but I am in Greenwich all the time. Reading about someplace you know so well and knowing of the unsolved murders there, you get a feeling. I can't really explain, but almost like you have to find out, to put Martha to rest. I travel down Greenwich Avenue and find my self wondering was that store here when Martha was alive? Or traveling down Route 1 towards the high school thinking, did Martha see all this the way I see it now? I was only three years old when Martha was murdered, so why do I feel such a connection? I can't explain like I said before of the way it makes me feel. For several nights after reading the book by Thomas Dumas, I had several dreams about Martha. I am sure I said enough and I was glad to come across this web site, and to know that justice still has yet to be served.
    Kristen M. Madden
    Port Chester, ny US - Wednesday, October 13, 1999 @ 16:29:03 EST
  71. You have a very well-built and informative site. I hope that justice can be served in this case and wish you all the best in obtaining it. I think that public outcry may be what is needed in finally solving this murder after so many years, hence the reason I have placed a link from my website to yours.
    Curt Rowlett
    US - Tuesday, October 12, 1999 @ 20:34:14 EST
  72. I often reflect upon Martha Moxley's murder. It plagues me deeply that her killer or killers have not been broght to justice. We all owe it to her memory and to her family to continue to pray for her soul and for an arrest; no matter how long it takes.
    Victoria Kearns
    Forest Hills, NY US - Tuesday, October 12, 1999 @ 15:49:54 EST
  73. This entire case is going nowhere except that the Elan Students who are
    paying a price and being harrassed. I think that the State of CT./Elan
    should give these kids a break before they snap. It's taken them 25
    years to get their heads back on straight.

    Richard Ortiz
    New York, NY US - Monday, October 11, 1999 @ 16:22:24 EST
  74. To the Greenwich Police Department, You did a great job
    bungling this case along with the state. Maybe if you didn't
    have so much to hide people would believe you guys. I find it
    disturbing that a case as easy as this has taken 25 years to
    solve.

    Get a life guys and start reading your manuals on how to solve
    an easy murder case.

    Francis Vanderbilt
    Newport, RI US - Saturday, October 09, 1999 @ 16:16:16 EST
  75. GGGEEEEEEZZZZZ, Enough of this! If they crack this case not only will the murderer go down but also
    pleanty of others that covered the investigation up. Cash is king many a rooms have been redecorated and
    additions added to homes. Could you imagine all the homes that would have to go on the market if all the
    crap is uncovered. The only ones that would benefit would be the realtors.


    Brad Turlington
    Winston Salem, NC US - Saturday, October 09, 1999 @ 16:11:11 EST
  76. I can't imagine what you must have gone thru, loosing your beautiful daughter in such a way, and at such a young age. I pray for justice for you and your family.
    Gwen Putzier
    Gladstone, OR US - Saturday, October 09, 1999 @ 10:35:55 EST
  77. Money as always will keep the actual murderers from being prosecuted. District Attorneys were paid off as well as judges. I hope Marc Furhman cracks the case-he is a damn good dectective but who is he trying to fool?
    Pamela Harvey
    College Park, Ga. US - Thursday, October 07, 1999 @ 22:43:25 EST
  78. I first found out about Martha Moxley when I read Mark Fuhrman's book about her. I have been praying for her ever since. I firmly believe Detective Fuhrman is right in his conclusions and I'm glad to hear about the new developments in the case. It infuriates me that her killer got to go on living his life all these years without ever paying for what he did to Martha. But he will have to pay sooner or later because no one who is on Martha's side is going to give up and just let him get away with it. And I'll bet that deep down he knows that too and is getting more and more worried as the truth comes out.
    Raymond A. Woolbert
    virginia beach, Va US - Thursday, October 07, 1999 @ 20:16:21 EST
  79. I would just like to say how sorry I am for the family of this young lady. I recently read the book by Mark Fuhrman and just wanted to say that I think it is about time that the Kennedys start being held accountable for their crimes. I should not matter in the US of America if you are rich or poor justice should be the same for everyone.
    The Greenwich Police Department need to understand that not only are the to protect people but are not supposed to help cover things up. This is such a disgrace to see that this murder could have been solved very early on. Obviously when Mr. Fuhrman went to research all this especially the retired police how they still to this day have covered it up. Maybe I don't know the whole truth but I can't believe that the FBI did not get involved.

    JoAnn Greenspan
    Philadelphia, PA US - Thursday, October 07, 1999 @ 15:38:11 EST

  80. This story has touched my heart like no other. As a mother of 6 small children, three of them girls, my heart aches for the family that has lost this dear lovely girl. They are in my prayers and I sincerely hope that for once, the American Judicial system can lay aside their bais for the rich and affluent and see that retribution is forthcoming. Justice can never be too late.

    Victoria Payne
    sc US - Thursday, October 07, 1999 @ 12:25:49 EST
  81. MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU ALWAYS. I HOPE JUSTICE WILL BE SERVED. GOD KNOWS!!
    LAURA ROGERS
    FRENCH VILLAGE, MO US - Thursday, October 07, 1999 @ 11:56:09 EST
  82. May justice prevail. Your in my prayers.
    Cheryl R.
    US - Wednesday, October 06, 1999 @ 21:29:42 EST
  83. May justice prevail. Your in my prayers.
    Cheryl R.
    US - Wednesday, October 06, 1999 @ 21:28:30 EST
  84. For as long as I can remember, I have heard about martha. I am 23 years old and live about one half an hour from greenwich. I have read two books on the case and have seen countless interviews. It breaks my heart that the police have not made an arrest. I hope that in martha's mothers lifetime, she can see the person who commited this crime and see that person put away forever.
    jana
    fairfield, ct US - Wednesday, October 06, 1999 @ 17:31:57 EST
  85. My heartfelt sympathy.
    Toni L. Alcott
    Mandeville, LA US - Tuesday, October 05, 1999 @ 02:49:14 EST
  86. every one is looking at michael skakel and no one is looking at ken littleton, who stabbed himself four times in the chest and then cut his wrist. here is a person who is checking himself in and out of a mental hospital and is also connected to at least two or three other murders with the same "mo". i do not know the skakels but i think that every one is so quick to jump on the ban-waggon with ferman,dumas ect., when their books are full of mis-information. i believe almost nothing of what i read and about 50% of what i see. do not be so fast to judge others without knowing all the facts, and i do not know all the facts but if you look at littleton more closely you might find what you are looking for!
    bill davis
    boston, ma US - Monday, October 04, 1999 @ 15:56:11 EST
  87. I felt very sad looking at all the pictures. She looked so happy in her short life.She allways had a smile. The way she died makes me very angery and I hope the person or persons are prosecuted.They should be put in jail for the rest of there lifes. I also hope the Greenwich Police And State Police review very closely the proper ways to investigate a murder,when a murder has been committed.This invetigation sounds like it was done very sloppy. My best gos out to the family and friends.
    John.... wb1grb@hotmail.com

    jsabinijr
    Stamford, CT. US - Sunday, October 03, 1999 @ 23:17:01 EST
  88. I am writing to support the efforts to get to the bottom of this. As publisher of the book, DUCK IN A RAINCOAT:AN UNAUTHORIZED PORTRAIT OF JOE RICCI,I feel especially certain that Mr. Ricci should be exposed. The author of the book, Maura Curley, also expresses deep concern for the family and this injustice, and is willing to testify as an expert witness about Joe Ricci. We wish you the best and will help in any manner possible. Our email address is: yelruc@islands.vi
    Daniel Bostdorf,
    US - Sunday, October 03, 1999 @ 16:17:54 EST
  89. I am terribly sorry for the loss of Martha Moxley. I am currenty reading " Murder in Greenwich " and I think that it is ashame that a human being could be so cruel to an innocent soul. My heart goes out to the Moxley family and I hope that some day the killer will be found and pay the consequences. Martha sounds like she was a really nice young lady to be around, even a true friend. My thoughts and prayers are with the Moxley family now and forever.
    Samantha
    Canon City, CO US - Saturday, October 02, 1999 @ 01:41:42 EST
  90. I find it so hard to think that if it were my daughter
    and I knew who may have done this that I would have the
    self control as Mrs. Moxley.

    I feel awful that this world is such a screwed up place
    and that children aren't even safe in their own homes
    anymore.

    Nadia Leche
    Tacoma, Wa US - Thursday, September 30, 1999 @ 18:50:58 EST
  91. Mrs. Moxley, would you want other innocent lives to be possibly ruined so you can put a closure to the sadness in your life?
    Rich Butler
    US - Wednesday, September 29, 1999 @ 16:57:40 EST
  92. Is there any justice in anything anymore? Should words that were heard in the deep dark woods of Maine be heard 25 years later.
    Should people who have put a close to their past be made to open doors that should have stayed closed for good. Should I tell my
    or should I wait to see if they find out on their own as to my past.

    This case is a very tender subject to many that have been put in a very uncomfortable situation of having to go back 25 years and
    remember not only the reasons why they knew Mr. Skakel and what he may or may not have been sent to Elan for but to also remember why they
    were sent there.

    You are dealing with emotions that many of us have well guarded for many years but are still as thin and breakable as glass. The state is
    making our lives miserable and also the persuit of an issue that should have been resolved years ago. I cannot answer for the state and the
    Greenwich Police as to why they were so irresponsible and negligent although I can answer for myself as to why I am so stupid for even mentioning
    that a sentence was heard 25 years ago.

    The state of Ct. should be embarrassed for the crime they commited. They have had every opportunity to solve this case and everytime they pissed all
    the evidense into the wind. Just because of your shear stupidity don't open up a door that has been shut for 25 years atleast not in my life.


    Rich Butler
    New York, Ny US - Wednesday, September 29, 1999 @ 16:53:42 EST
  93. It's been many years now since Martha has been dead. However, I still want to extend my condolences to the family and offer words of wisdom to continue standing tall because it looks like maybe this case will be solved after all.
    Mary McGrath
    Las Vegas, Nv US - Wednesday, September 29, 1999 @ 12:43:50 EST
  94. if it did not destroy me it would be much to my delight to put such a thing to rest.the cost at this point will be endured by only me. all others have had the suffering and await only the closure. whatever may come i have wept for the innocent and sorrowed for the survivors.

    david
    US - Tuesday, September 28, 1999 @ 20:22:54 EST
  95. if it did not destroy me it would be much to my delight to put such a thing to rest.the cost at this point will be endured by only me. all others have had the suffering and await only the closure. whatever may come i have wept for the innocent and sorrowed for the survivors.

    not at this time
    US - Tuesday, September 28, 1999 @ 20:22:07 EST
  96. i have started reading a book about martha's death, and have finished it yet. martha seems to be a very nice person, and i am very sorry that she died. i wish she didn't.
    marina
    houston, tx US - Monday, September 27, 1999 @ 20:01:05 EST
  97. Ashame that the rich can get away with murder. O.J., The Ramseys, The Kennedys
    The skakels and the list goes on. If it were any average Joe they would be on the
    chain gang right now.

    Mrs. Moxley, Don't worry as Oct.5th you will be able to finally rest and Martha will
    rest knowing that justice was served. Relax, take a breather, have a glass of wine
    as this case will finally get what it deserves. JUSTICE ONCE AND FOR ALL!

    Babe
    US - Thursday, September 23, 1999 @ 18:39:10 EST
  98. Hey Mickey,

    I know your lurking on this site so how do you sleep at night knowing
    that your representing a guilty person?

    I think that you should take all your money that you have taken from
    the Skakel family and bail and invest in Ebay. Your chances
    of winning with this stock is better than winning with your client.

    Lawyers for the guilty make me puke! Maybe you should take an inventory
    tonight of yourself and see that you are a slave to the devil.

    Have a very nice day.

    Alex Grant

    Alex Grant
    Greenwich, Ct US - Thursday, September 23, 1999 @ 18:30:27 EST
  99. I just logged on to this site to se the last few comments. I like the one
    about GOD writing to Michael Skakel. Eneough of the funny stuff here although the
    fact still remains that eventually we all have to answer to our maker.

    May justice finally be brought to Martha and her family and may the guilty finally
    get what he or she deserves.

    I have read all three books and all I can say is that certain people must
    be living large of the money that is being and has been passes to prolong
    this simple case as long as it has.

    October should be very interesting for this case considering that all three of the
    judges are Irish. Birds of a feather stick together although not for that much longer.

    Get Shorty!

    Richard Ogalvie
    Beverly Hills, CA US - Thursday, September 23, 1999 @ 18:19:41 EST
  100. Hey Michael, I bet your crapping in your drawers right now. Let's face the hard facts that your next on the curse lise of the Kennedy family.
    What goes around comes around and with all the money in the world your days on thgis planet are limited. D~o us all a favor and let Mickey Sherman go before he loses the little credibility he still has.

    Linda Logan Smith
    Omaha, NE US - Thursday, September 23, 1999 @ 18:10:01 EST
  101. Let's face it after Oct. 5t Mr. Skakel will be debating how to commit suicide.
    Eric Begosian
    New York, NY US - Thursday, September 23, 1999 @ 18:07:17 EST
  102. After reading the Fuhrman book this case has become very personal to me. I sincerely hope for the sake of the family and that of justice that we find out what really happened. My sincere condolances to the family.
    Michael Smith
    Roselle Park, NJ US - Thursday, September 23, 1999 @ 00:09:43 EST
  103. I just finished reading Murder in Greenwich and i was totally apalled at the lack of professionalism by the local police and the total disregard to the Skakel family. I intend to keep myself updated on the current events in the hope that the murderer can soo be convicted and the Moxley family can put this to rest
    rob weinberger
    eastpointe, mi US - Wednesday, September 22, 1999 @ 17:16:05 EST
  104. I am a beginner writer and browse through the www for information. I read this page and i just wanted to say that I hope ,after such a long time,they find the one responsible. take care tj
    t.Knollmann
    germany, -- US - Wednesday, September 22, 1999 @ 05:19:49 EST
  105. I hope that they find the killer(s) here but I can't help but think that the input of a person like Mark Furmancan only make people more sceptical that the case is being taken seriously. I am sure his intentions are good, but his name detracts credibility. One final point is that it is crucial for the American justice system to work even harder to solve this case, if only to soften a jaded view of the workings of the American judicial system.
    Anthony Romano
    Toronto, Canada - Tuesday, September 21, 1999 @ 22:49:30 EST
  106. By keeping this case before the public you are doing the best thing in hopes of solving the mystery. If enough people complain and demand answers, expecially in an election year, perhaps then the guility parties will be flushed out. American justice will prevail - even if is does take years - I am confident it will happen - due mainly to all of the new techicial advances that we currently have. I hope the Moxley family and friends never give up until the case is solved without a shadow of a doubt.
    Carole Brush
    Riverhead, NY US - Tuesday, September 21, 1999 @ 12:02:56 EST
  107. This case breaks my heart. We can only hope that eventually justice will be done. Isn't it sad how having money can take away all guilt. You wonder how the Skakel family sleeps at night. My heart goes out to the Moxley family.
    Dawn Larsson
    Providence, RI US - Monday, September 20, 1999 @ 12:49:57 EST
  108. I was very sad to read this story about a young girl whose life was taken so tragically. I hope and pray that this case can still be solved while Mrs Moxley is alive, so that she may rest in peace. My thoughts are with the Moxley family.
    Tracey Knox
    Pretoria, SA - Friday, September 17, 1999 @ 08:58:56 EST
  109. I pray that you will find the killer or killers and they will be prosicuted to the fullist of the law
    Duane Valiante
    Seymour, CT US - Thursday, September 16, 1999 @ 16:12:40 EST
  110. I feel that by hiding & not fighting tooth & nail to prove their innocence, the Skakels have proved their guilt. I also feel that perhaps livibg perpetually under a cloud of guilt, with no escape or "well, he's done his time", they will suffer that much more. I hope so..I truly believe they are guilty of this murder as well as ruining the life of Ken Littleton, who they allowed to be a suspect of their own neffarious doings.
    Sydney Ward
    Port Chester, NY US - Tuesday, September 14, 1999 @ 22:56:18 EST
  111. I wish you all the luck in finding the person responsible for this awful crime. I hope he is caught and justice is served before it is too late.
    Robyn Maxwell-Betts
    Durham, NC US - Monday, September 13, 1999 @ 08:51:47 EST
  112. I use to live in Stamford CT. I was still a child when this happen but my brother was also murdered so my heart goes out to the Moxley family. I hope u find the killers.
    Corey (Tucci) Yanovitch
    claverack, Ny US - Sunday, September 12, 1999 @ 19:49:37 EST
  113. Has this case been investigated at ? Seems like the Jonbenne Ramsey
    case, when the suspects are rich or richly/powerfully related the case drags
    on and on and on ...

    Terry Hall
    South Orange, NJ US - Sunday, September 12, 1999 @ 01:06:34 EST
  114. I've followed this case for years and am outraged at this injustice. My heart goes out to you.
    Carol Gatesh
    Marina, Ca US - Saturday, September 11, 1999 @ 01:34:14 EST
  115. I have been interested in this case for a few years now. I've just been praying off and on and the murderer would be found. I feel so sorry for Mrs. Moxley. I don't want to jump the gun here but it seems the Greenwich police were a bit intimidated by the Skakel wealth. I do truly feel justice will be served. Look at the Zarinsky case in New Jersey--40 years later and two men finally found who had killed a NJ Policeman. Also Zarinsky's family coming forward re: his killings of many young girls in early 70's. Thank God the Kennedy mystique is slowly wearing thin in this country due to the younger Kennedy kids' actions.
    Joan
    Millington, NJ US - Friday, September 10, 1999 @ 19:12:44 EST
  116. How tragic and enraging to see that such a horrible crime could go on unsolved for so long, especially when you consider all the tools available these days to the police, unless of course they are not terribly eager to solve it. Let's face it, when "American royalty" such as the Kennedys and affiliates are involved, justice is VERY slow, if moving at all. Good old uncle Ted and Willie K. Smith certainly seem to be the proof. And to think so many admire these people! My heart goes to the Moxley family. May they find peace and closure soon.
    Jany Scheffel
    Middlesex, NJ US - Friday, September 10, 1999 @ 12:50:57 EST
  117. Dear Mrs. Moxley,
    I only knew abt Martha yesterday (9/9/99). Last month my father in law was hacked to death by robbers and they also beat up and slashed my mom in law badly. Mom is currently recovering. The joy of the Lord has been our strength throughout the ordeal. Then men who did this have been caught and will be tried next month. In malaysia its mandatory death sentence for crimes such as this.

    Your lost is greater than ours, as martha's killer/s r still at large. Just remember someone in Malaysia will be praying for you and your family.

    God bless you, John and the rest of your family. God bless you too, Tom Alessi.

    Padma

    Padma Zachariah (Mrs)
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, - Friday, September 10, 1999 @ 00:50:02 EST
  118. Hmmmm....not sure what to write because I have been hooked on the murder for a while now. I remember seeing a 20 minute segment on Dateline NBC and it was so wierd hearing the name Greenwich and seeing the homes of Belle Haven on national TV. I have friends in Belle Haven and my family have been members of The Belle Haven Club for ten years. After reading Timothy Dumas' book last summer, I wanted to know more about the case.

    It is quite wierd but I remember swimming in the Skakels pool. My uncle has a house in Hobe Sound, (Rushton Skakels present residence) Florida and have been informed of Rushtons bazaar behaviors like grabbing food off peoples plates and bumping bellies with people he does not know. My exboyfriend had a summer house on Otter Rock Road in Belle Haven...he recalls seeing Rushton Skakel (when they still lived there) walking around Belle Haven with a golf club in his hand. He did this more than once. Wierd. I could write more but want to read more here.

    Kirstie Benedict
    Stamford, CT US - Thursday, September 09, 1999 @ 23:02:51 EST
  119. Good luck, I hope you find justice and peace.

    Aurelia Nelson
    Beverly, MA US - Thursday, September 09, 1999 @ 17:29:03 EST
  120. Read Fuhrman's book about the Simpson murder as well as Bugliosi's.
    Read newspaper reviews of Fuhrman's book on the Moxley murder. One of the problems with
    our judicial system is the adversarial approach and the incompetence of the jurors who
    want to see a battle of wits not a display of truth.

    D. A. BENDER
    US - Thursday, September 09, 1999 @ 16:48:51 EST
  121. Hi, I've been interested in this case since it first came to my attention during the William Kennedy Smith trial. First let me state that I'm not a Kennedy basher. I've voted for Ted of despite everything. And I still cherish the memory of JFK. However I am outraged about this case and the incompetence of the investigations over the last 25 years. I just finished reading Mark Fuhrman's book. To think that one or both of these suspects got away with this all these years is digusting. I just finished Vincent Bugliosi's book OUTRAGE. Let me say also after reading his book I feel that the so called Simpson "Dream Team" should be ashamed for what it did to Mark Fuhrman and the prosecution should be ashamed for not standing up to them. Clearly Fuhrman was not the racist he was made out ot be. Bugliosi could have proven it I'm sure. Yes I am a left wing liberal but I'm also a critical thinker. I do believe history will vindicate Mark Fuhrman. Anyway, back to Martha Moxley. I pray that the State of Conneticut will finally take to trial and prosecute the person or persons who committed this horrible crime. Equal justice for all! Not just the rich. KS
    Kevin
    US - Wednesday, September 08, 1999 @ 16:53:52 EST
  122. Hi, I have read a book about the Moxley murder, and my heart goes out to her family and friends. I pray that some day, her killer will be brought to justice. I know that when the judgment day comes, he or they will get what they deserve. I don't know what would posses someone to do something so monsterus, but I know in my heart he murder will be justified. All my love and prayers.
    Pamela
    Sallisaw, O.K. US - Tuesday, September 07, 1999 @ 23:44:42 EST
  123. Hi, I have read a book about the Moxley murder, and my heart goes out to her family and friends. I pray that some day, her killer will be brought to justice. I know that when the judgment day comes, he or they will get what they deserve. I don't know what would posses someone to do something so monsterus, but I know in my heart he murder will be justified. All my love and prayers.
    Pamela
    Sallisaw, O.K. US - Tuesday, September 07, 1999 @ 23:43:48 EST
  124. Great site as well as "insight". (Greenwich High School Class of 1964).
    Lynn Swantek Frisch
    Jacksonville, FL US - Tuesday, September 07, 1999 @ 19:43:35 EST
  125. The case of Martha Moxley (extremely sad indeed) would come to closure quickly if attorney Michael Sherman would remove himself from the case. I am a strong advocate for justice, but it is painfully obvious no justice has been served.
    Sam Hack
    Stamford, CT US - Tuesday, September 07, 1999 @ 17:04:48 EST
  126. I have read Mark Furhman's book and I, just like everyone else, am outraged at our justice system!! I am studying Criminal Justice and it scares me that there are law enforcement officials out there that are so easily swayed by money and influence. My thought and prayers are with the Moxley family, and I hope they know that someday justice will prevail!
    Jennifer Fagan
    West Haven, CT US - Sunday, September 05, 1999 @ 23:19:17 EST
  127. I pray for justice for Martha Moxley, and for closure for her family. I've read the Fuhrman book and feel he has correctly assessed the situation. Bless him for helping to bring national interest in the case.
    Joan Kelly
    Putnam, CT US - Sunday, September 05, 1999 @ 16:02:33 EST
  128. Dorthy, I bought two copies of Mark Fuhrman's book so the girls could read it. I will be praying for you on thur
    Sept 9th. May justice prevail. We love You. Eleanore

    Eleanore McGrath
    Walnut Creek, CA US - Saturday, September 04, 1999 @ 20:05:44 EST
  129. I have just finished reading Mark Fuhrmans book.
    I would like to say he hit it right on the head in saying
    that he has experienced the snobbery first hand when he was
    in Greenwhich. I have been a life long resident of CT and
    know exactly what he is talking about. i was only 12 years
    old at the time of Martha's death, but can remember the news footages vividly.
    My sorrow goes out to Dorothy and John. I also hope that justice will prevail and the killer will be found.

    Pete Kantorowski
    Seymour, CT US - Saturday, September 04, 1999 @ 12:56:10 EST
  130. so sorry for your loss. hope they find the person who did this whether they are rich or poor, they deserve to be punished.
    shery will
    az US - Friday, September 03, 1999 @ 12:47:48 EST
  131. I hope that finally after all these years justice will be served

    Kenneth Plunk
    Montgomery, TX US - Friday, September 03, 1999 @ 11:18:22 EST
  132. It saddens me to think of all the young lives wiped out everyday in this country. It saddens me even more when people who are paid quite well by police salary standards can foul up something so very important. It angers me that people do not demand that they get their monies worth. If you paid for a happy meal and didn't get the toy I BET you'd go back up to the counter and ask for it. If we Americans demand satisfaction over a toy shouldn't we be ashamed for not LOUDLY and Voraciously DEMANDING Justice and competence in matter of murder?! I hope that soon the murderer of Martha Moxley is brought to justice, either man's or God's ...both would be better. God Bless John and Dorothy.

    Cathy Scott
    Minot, ND US - Thursday, September 02, 1999 @ 02:48:37 EST
  133. I had the misfortune of living in greenwich while in high school. We moved to Greenwich because my parents felt it would be the ideal place to raise children. Hah!! Greenwich is a town filled with pretentious spoiled rich kids who have learned that their parents checkbooks will get them out of whatever trouble they cause. The people in Greenwich are living in denial. I pray that the Skakel boys will some day be brought to justice so that the Moxley's may finally have some peace.
    Kerry
    Newport Beach, CA US - Wednesday, September 01, 1999 @ 17:08:31 EST
  134. I am distressed that this case has dragged on for so long with no one being charged. The police who handled this case were in way over there heads and didn't have the guts to ask for help. The lawyers attempts to obstruct justice is far worse. I believe that the truth will prevale and the person responsible will have his day in court.How the Skakel family can live all thease years with the death of a innocent 15 yr. old girl hanging over there heads is a feat in itself. I couldn't look at myself in the mirror every day, let alone live my life. To the Moxley family I believe that you will have an end to this 'neverending' nightmare. Justice will be served.God bless Martha
    barbara ruddy
    hillside, n.j US - Wednesday, September 01, 1999 @ 13:51:29 EST
  135. My heart goes out to Martha Moxley's family. There should be justice forMartha. Asfor Michael, well the rehab's testimony should be permitted, afterall he was required to attend because of a court order due to drinking charges! His menatal health wasn't an issue then, then why should it be now? The spoiled rich boy just wants to get off with it anyway he can. Martha deserves justice. she lived out just 1/3 her age. It is time that the governments of the USA and Canada stop protecting the criminals, and make it easier to prosecute the guilty. What about Martha's rights? she deserved to live out her life with grace and dignity. She was stripped of so much! No graduation, no marriage, and no children. Her mother was wasn't able to watch her daughter reach her full potential,because children die with opportunities and dreams left unfilled. Dorthey ... Beauty and spirit, can never be defeated!!!! May God Bless you and yours.
    Charley Ann Bartlett
    Canada, CA - Tuesday, August 31, 1999 @ 22:00:10 EST
  136. A friend at work mentioned the Moxley Murder case. Intriqued by the murder I looked it up on the Internet. I got the name of the book and have recently finished it. As I think about the lack of help from the police I get so mad. Isn't there anything that Mrs. Moxley can do like sue the Greenwich police for carelessness? I know that it won't bring her back but at least it will teach Greenwich police a lesson about murder cases. My heart goes out to Mrs. Moxley. I just want her to know that Martha is in my prayers. I pray that Micheal Skakel will serve a life sentance for murdering Martha Moxley. We all know he did it.
    Keri A. Boston
    Baltimore, MD US - Monday, August 30, 1999 @ 11:03:43 EST

  137. Keri A.
    US - Monday, August 30, 1999 @ 10:56:53 EST

  138. benice
    akron, oh US - Sunday, August 29, 1999 @ 01:20:57 EST
  139. I lived in Greenwich at the time of this tragedy. I met Martha only once to my recollection but went to Greenwich Country Day with several of the other individuals mentioned in the book "A Wealth of Evil" and graduated from Greenwich High School with many of Martha's friends. Its a twisted tale and I am confident that we have all heard the killer's name, its just a matter of who it turns out to be. I hope for the sake of the people who knew and loved Martha, as well as for justice in general, that the case comes to a conclusion soon. Having been close to this case,as well as the Ramsey case in Boulder, and the Columbine shooting in my neighborhood of Littleton I sometimes become concerned about the depth of the human soul. I have recently been comforted by the spirit of the Columbine students as they head back to school as victors and not victims. I am convinced that the best way to remember Martha is to solve the case, but we must also live lives less vulnerable to criminal nature. That doesn't mean gates and guards. Bellehaven had those and they failed. It means the family values and a sense of close community that were sorely lacking in Greenwich at the time. Well, that's just one guy's opinion. My best wishes to all that loved Martha.
    Jim Marvin

    Jim Marvin
    Littleton, CO US - Friday, August 27, 1999 @ 13:45:05 EST
  140. I just read Mark Furhman's book and will now read A Season in Pergutory. It seems to me that the only way the Skakels and anyone else who is covering up can live with themselves, is to have no conscience at all, no compassion. I wish I had one tenth of the Mrs. Dorthy Moxley's courage. She is on my most women admired list.

    JJ
    VA US - Wednesday, August 25, 1999 @ 18:53:31 EST
  141. Poor Martha, what a lot of things you missed in your potential livelihood. And poor Moxley family. I admire the strength you have shown continuing to fight for justice and to keep the right people working on solving the case. And still keep on. I pray for justice to be shown - very soon!
    Our President is begging for peace in the world before leaving this millenium. Why not clean up in our own country and let these people who obviously know a lot more than they have been willing to tell finally get their punishment and thereafter - peace. It must be horrible to live for so many years waking up every morning asking yourself: Will today be the day when the truth is discovered? I pray that it will be today!
    Kirsten H. Kristensen, Ocean, NJ

    Kirsten H. Kristensen
    Ocean Twp, NJ US - Wednesday, August 25, 1999 @ 15:43:37 EST
  142. My thoughts are with the Moxley family and I hope that the murderers are soon brought to justice. Rest in Peace Martha.
    Zoe Kilby
    London, uk - Tuesday, August 24, 1999 @ 08:39:59 EST
  143. Justice for Martha Moxley.
    Like the Ramsey case, an inexperienced police department in a small affluent town became too concerned with ego and appearence. Novice self-centered detectives, along with beholdent political forces managed to bungle the most vital 72 hours after a homicide is committed, and possibly do irreprable damage to any future prosecution. God bless the Moxley family, Mark Fuhrman, and all those who will never rest until justice is done in this case.
    Justice for Martha Moxley.

    Mike Dobson
    Woodbury, NJ US - Tuesday, August 24, 1999 @ 02:13:28 EST
  144. Justice for Martha Moxley.
    Like the Ramsey case, an inexperienced police department in a small affluent town became too concerned with ego and appearence. Novice self-centered detectives, along with beholdent political forces managed to bungle the most vital 72 hours after a homicide is committed, and possibly do irreprable damage to any future prosecution. God bless the Moxley family, Mark Fuhrman, and all those who will never rest until justice is done in this case.
    Justice for Martha Moxley.

    Mike
    Woodbury, NJ US - Tuesday, August 24, 1999 @ 02:13:02 EST
  145. I hope and pray, with all those who have commented here, that justice for Martha Moxley is near at hand.
    There were eyewitnesses to Martha's murder, and the immediate aftermath. The consciences of these peoiple must be bothering them,
    now that they are middleaged and have teenaged children of their own. I appeal to them to come forward and tell what they know
    of that dreadful Halloween night.

    Consider this, all you members of the Kennedy and Skakel families, and all your legal defenders:
    It is apparent that there has been a curse placed on the Kennedy and Skakel families since the
    murder of Martha. Many members of these families have died accidental deaths.
    These untimely deaths will continue, and misfortune will dog these two families,
    until the murderer of Martha Moxley confesses and begs for forgiveness from Martha's mother.

    These things have been revealed to me, and my visions and predictions are seldom wrong.

    Karla Tynan
    State College, PA US - Monday, August 23, 1999 @ 23:57:55 EST
  146. Our family is comprised of 4 children, all girls...it would
    be catastrophic at best for something like this to happen to one of them.
    It would be caustically catastrophic for it to happen and the investigation
    leads to where it has for young Martha Moxley. Nothing we have known can
    compare to the grief you, your late husband, family and friends have ex-
    perienced in this tragedy. We wish your closure to this sordid affair comes
    expediently and though long in coming, fairly. Our prayers
    are with you.

    Stan and Linda Spraggins
    carrollton, tx US - Saturday, August 21, 1999 @ 14:44:53 EST
  147. I don't know what to say. I do feel bad for what had happened to Martha Moxley. I hate the fact that who ever killed her got away w/ it too. That sort of thing is common in the Town Of Greenwich. People of either great wealth, have a famous person that is a relative to them, or play on a sports team in a high school, usually can get away w/ such crimes, i.e. the killing of Martha Moxley. Things happen all the time in Greenwich. I should know some of them, I live in Greenwich. I keep myself updated on the Moxley case by reading the Greenwich Times. I would like to say to Mrs. Moxley & John Moxley, that I hope justice does prevail & you do find out who killed your beloved daughter / cheerful sister.
    AMANDA
    OLD GREENWICH, CT US - Friday, August 20, 1999 @ 15:25:32 EST
  148. Martha will never experience so many things that I've already experienced in my lifetime and that just enrages me! It's too bad that the average person reading about this case can see who the murderer is but our own justice system overlooks it in many ways! Rest in peace Martha!!!!!!
    Nicki
    NE US - Friday, August 20, 1999 @ 14:50:01 EST
  149. I just read the book and I can't imagine what happened there. How no one was charged or arrested. That seems such a terible thing to happen to the Moxley Family. They not only lost their beautiful daughter but they have spent all these years attempting to get a conviction. And the person I believe who's "beyond a reasonable doubt" is Michael Skakel, the guilty one, roams free. It's so sad.

    geraldine armstrong
    long beach, ca US - Friday, August 20, 1999 @ 00:51:16 EST
  150. I just finished with Mark Furhman's book and I thought, before I read it, that I couldn't possibly more outraged about the lack of justice in this case, I was wrong!! I believe what goes around comes around, so Michael and Thomas will eventually get theirs and may it come back to them ten-fold!! And for the police that "handled" this investigation, shame on you! To the one who removed the club handle, may God forgive you. To the rest of you, I hope you haven't had a moments peace, was the few extra bucks you earned working the Skakel parties really worth letting them get away with murdering that beautiful child? Someday you will have to answer for your actions and it will be to the one person who knows the whole truth and I don't think He cares about the money or the name!!!

    My prayers and thoughts continue to be with the Moxley Family.

    Vicki Malone
    Athens, Al US - Thursday, August 19, 1999 @ 11:38:33 EST
  151. I read the Fuhrman book and I am amazed that this case still remains unsolved.
    Brian Boetter
    Deepwater, NJ US - Thursday, August 19, 1999 @ 09:13:38 EST
  152. I'm from the Netherlands and last week I bought Mark Fuhrman's book. I just can't believe it!!!! It is so clear,how is it possible that the murderer is still at large!!! Was is Thomas or Michael, I believe that Michael haven't been sleeping well for the last 24 years. I really hope that they will nail him. My thoughts go out to the Moxley family and to Martha who was my age in 1975.....
    I truly hope that the Skakels get what they deserve.

    Carin Boshuisen van Leeuwarden
    Amsterdam, NL - Wednesday, August 18, 1999 @ 15:04:36 EST
  153. There is not a lot more i can say that has not already been said. Justice will be done. Godbless the Moxleys.

    Peter Boxhall
    Newcastle, N.S.W AUS - Tuesday, August 17, 1999 @ 20:00:20 EST
  154. I hope and pray that Judge Thim does the right thing and allow an indictment. It should be Michael Skakel. To Dorthy and John Moxley, hang in there. My prayers have been with you since 1975. I have 4 daughters and one wanted to go to a school in Connecticut. I will not allow that until and unless this case is solved and Michael Skakel is in jail. There are good people in Connecticut, I know that, unfortunately, they were not around in Belle Haven in 1975. May God have mercy on their souls...Happy Birthday Martha!
    Stephen DiPaola
    Toms River, NJ US - Tuesday, August 17, 1999 @ 15:06:45 EST

  155. darci curry
    las vegas, nv US - Tuesday, August 17, 1999 @ 12:16:25 EST
  156. My prayers are with the family. The rich get away with way to much. They need to come to justice.
    Darci Curry
    las vegas, nv US - Tuesday, August 17, 1999 @ 12:15:20 EST
  157. I recently came across Martha's website and have been touched by her death. I cannot explain my sudden interest in
    Martha or the case. Maybe because I was not much older than Martha in 1975. My heart goes out to her family and friends.
    My prayers are with them. I hope that this will be the year that Martha's family and friends will receive the justice that
    is long overdue.
    Clark Wallace

    and

    that closer to

    Clark Wallace
    Columbia, SC US - Tuesday, August 17, 1999 @ 10:55:53 EST
  158. I have been following this case for many years. I just finished reading "Greentown" and Dominick Dunne's "A Season in Purgatory"-- come on...when will they finally wake up and smell the coffee...I feel for Martha--she was alot like me at that age. I don't know why this haunts me so much--is it because of how radiant she was or the way that certain folks can "beat the rap"???? I have been reading true crime stories for many years, yet this story just won't leave me alone... Mrs. Moxley, I give you credit.... You seem so strong in the face of such tremendous loss, yet you keep on persevering....I admire you tremendously.


    Donna W. Turner
    Sewell, NJ US - Monday, August 16, 1999 @ 22:16:35 EST

  159. Martha, I have been sitting here for sometime trying to think of something to write to you and about you. But I find it difficult. No matter of words or combination of letters strung together seem to convy my feelings on this day,They simply pale in compairison. From up in the hills of montclair, Hi to Dorthy and John I know it has been many years and I dont expect you to remember me but this isnt about me. I do remember the four of you. If I mention "the ally",Eddie,Fran,or Rick C. or kevin and lindsay R.? there are many other kids that lived in 'our' neighborhood that I did not mentioned but Im sure you know who mean. from a warm spot in my heart,kurt PS. thank you Tom, I know it is not nessesary for me to say it though cause im sure this is something near and dear to your heart.

    kurt jonas
    oak, ca US - Monday, August 16, 1999 @ 13:18:26 EST

  160. Jacquelyn Berleman
    Edwardsville, IL US - Monday, August 16, 1999 @ 12:04:58 EST
  161. Martha,

    Nous toujours nous ennuierons de vous et espérerons que vous êtes heureux où vous êtes, notre cher ami.

    Happy Birthday!

    Your California Friends

    Your California Friends
    CA US - Monday, August 16, 1999 @ 08:07:57 EST

  162. My sister went to this website and I have no idea why. When I looked @ the list of previously veiwed websites I saw it. When I went to it, it was interesting to read. God bless you and I hope you find the person who took Martha's life.***

    Sandy Jenkins
    gresham, OR US - Monday, August 16, 1999 @ 04:27:53 EST
  163. I just finished reading the story on your daughter on the crimelibrary website. I'm sorry to hear of that incident. But deep down in my heart I really and truly think that it's Thomas Skeckley. Just by is alibi's anyone can see it's him. Number one he was jealous that is brother (Michael) was with Martha Moxley that night. But i hope it ends out with justice being carried out.
    Mahogany Carter
    Frederiksted, St. Croix, Virgin Islands US - Wednesday, August 11, 1999 @ 15:09:23 EST
  164. Reading about this case in both Dumas' documentary and Dunne's novel has moved me to commit to do whatever it takes to help obtain justice. This is one case, I promise you, where technicalities confected by well connected lawyers in increasingly obviously hospitable appellate courts are simply not going to block justice.

    A question: Has a civil suit by Dorthy Moxley against the guilty one been considered? I realize there are statute of limitations issues, but there are exceptions, especially where facts are deliberately concealed. Also, current or more recent alleged bribery of various kinds, and alleged lying and failure to cooperate, and whatever current attempts there may be to thwart justice, may provide fresh causes of action to pursue.

    I will think of other ideas as soon as I can.




    Murray O. Kane
    Glendale, CA US - Wednesday, August 11, 1999 @ 02:58:41 EST

  165. It pains me each time I hear/read of cases like Martha Moxley's. (Helen "Holly" Maddux, JonBenet Ramsey, to name a few). I cannot fathom any reason why anyone would try and protect the culprits, completely ignoring the most important person in these cases, the victim. These "protectors", the families, friends, the lawyers, they, too, are guilty, they, too, are accomplices to murder. And, yes, as already stated, why does this country continue to idolize and adore the Kennedy's? It's shameful. I am ever so thankful that the memory of Mary Jo Kopechne continues to haunt and taint the political career of Senator Ted Kenney. I hope in similiar ways Michael Skakel is also haunted. I don't know what else to say. It's horrible. It should not be. Justice must be sought. We, as a society, a peopled human race, must demand it.

    Anthony M. Gavin
    Pasadena, Ca. US - Tuesday, August 10, 1999 @ 19:10:42 EST
  166. I just finished reading Mark Furhman's Book and am interested in what has happened since. I will never understand how the American people can embrace a family like the Kennedy's. I feel that this obstruction of justice is being ordered from the original young woman killer--Uncle Teddy. I feel for the family,and can only say that Martha is in a better place today being cared for by her father. Dorthy and John may God bless the both of you and even if there is no justice in this world, there will be in the end. God Bless You.




    Manuel Zaldivar
    Wilmington, De. US - Saturday, August 07, 1999 @ 21:24:49 EST
  167. I just read the excerpt from the Skakel memoirs regarding the night or Martha's murder. Is this guy for real? Does he really expect anyone to believe that he was this sweet, innocent school boy with a crush on the girl next door? Perhaps Mr. Skakel needs to read Mark Fuhrman's book to refresh his memory on what happed that night. Anyone who has read that book knows exactly what kind of person Michale Skakel is: evil, belligerent and murderous.
    J. Langston
    Cherokee, CA US - Thursday, August 05, 1999 @ 13:29:54 EST
  168. I just read the excerpt from the Skakel memoirs regarding the night or Martha's murder. Is this guy for real? Does he really expect anyone to believe that he was this sweet, innocent school boy with a crush on the girl next door? Perhaps Mr. Skakel needs to read Mark Fuhrman's book to refresh his memory on what happed that night. Anyone who has read that book knows exactly what kind of person Michale Skakel is: evil, belligerent and murderous.
    J. Langston
    Cherokee, CA US - Thursday, August 05, 1999 @ 13:28:49 EST
  169. I have just finished reading Mark Fuhrman's book and as a law enforcement officer myself I have to say that I am outraged. I can't believe that a police department can be that inept and a community could react with such indiffernece. I can believe how people with money and power can buy anything and get away with what they want, even murder and it disgusts me to no end. I hope that sooner or later someone will have the guts to stand up and tell the truth. My heart goes out to you and I hope that the killer will be caught and you will finally get to see justice done. May Godbless you
    Bill Jezior
    NJ US - Wednesday, August 04, 1999 @ 12:29:04 EST
  170. What is it that makes so many people feel so ill at ease about this case? Is it knowing that it could be one of our children? Is it knowing that more money means less talk? Or perhaps it's the fear that untrained, miseducated and all around incompepetent men and women are running police departments all over this country.
    Wolfe
    Chicago, IL US - Tuesday, August 03, 1999 @ 17:14:42 EST
  171. I read Mark Furhmans' book and was totally amazed at the way this poor girl was treated. At the end of her life and after her death. I read the book about six or seven months ago, I was positive there would be an arrest by now. There just seems to be such a huge finger pointing right at a Skakel, and no one will do anything about it. Good job to Mr. Furhman for getting a ball rolling on getting Martha Moxley some peace and her killer the justice he deserves. My thoughts are with the Moxley family as are my prayers. I hope we all see a just ending to this tragedy.
    Lori DuVall
    AL US - Monday, August 02, 1999 @ 18:43:42 EST
  172. Why do we drag our childeren down to the candy store
    when we find a stolen Hershey bar? Not because we
    can't afford a candy bar or ten candy bars or a
    thousand candy bars, but because we are terrified
    what might happen to them and our other childeren if
    we do not.
    If a minor kills a minor he's usually released after
    a few years of rehab and councelling. That's already
    happened. Why press the issue?
    Dear Skakels (I'm sure you come here as we do) It is
    done for your childeren and ours and your grandkids
    Maybe if they see some accountability they won't
    drive just a little faster, drink a little more,
    take too many chances and we'll all be better for it

    tr
    ny, ny US - Monday, August 02, 1999 @ 10:45:31 EST
  173. I have been following this story since reading "A Season in Purgatory". I am amazed at the idea that a young girl was murdered, and the investigation of this murder was bungled so much that it is entirely possible that justice may never be served. While I am certain that this is not the first time that such things have occurred, it is my fervent hope that because of the continuing coverage, and this site, enough pressure can be made to bear on the parties involved, to allow some measure of justice to be served. It doesn't matter who the perpetrator is, as long as the truth finally does come out. It is appalling that the parties involved have refused to cooperate fully and honestly. By their own actions they indict themselves. I certainly don't claim to know who is guilty in this case, but if I were involved in any way I would be more than willing to contribute what I knew to the investigation. If only to help reach some sort of truthful conclusions. Hopefully this current investigation will lead to the truth, and allow the family to finally have some sense of closure, however little it will do to heal their pain.
    Roseanna Guarrera
    Queens, NY US - Sunday, August 01, 1999 @ 21:40:25 EST
  174. After reading the Fuhrman book I felt compelled to seek out more information and was gratified to find this site. I pray that there is closure for Dorthy and John Moxley when Martha's killer is finally brought to justice. Thank you Mr. Alessi for taking the time to care.
    Donna Kramer
    NY US - Sunday, August 01, 1999 @ 17:16:36 EST