1 Nov 1999 - 31 Dec 1999


  1. Everyone keeps spelling a name wrong which is involved in this case. I mean everyone - its Comaraswamy no Coomoraswmy!!!
    Toby
    Greenwhich Conn, US - Thursday, December 30, 1999 @ 17:01:33 EST
  2. Read the Furman book. Am very interested in the case. Great site!

    Spencer Houlihan
    Lexington, KY US - Thursday, December 30, 1999 @ 15:28:20 EST
  3. As a police officer, I am ashamed that the police and district attorney's office in Greenwich have let down the Moxley family in their quest for closure.
    Jason Browning
    Folsom, CA US - Thursday, December 30, 1999 @ 00:45:03 EST
  4. As a police officer in Ohio I've always been interested in unsolved cases. I read Fuhrman's book when it was released and I was happy to see a wish of his come true. A Grand Jury was finally called. Looking for an update on the case I came across this great website. I look forward to hear the Grand Jury's findings.

    Best wish to Martha's family.

    Ed Taylor
    Cincinnati, Ohio US - Wednesday, December 29, 1999 @ 19:45:58 EST
  5. Have been interested in the case since reading the book Wealth of Evil. Bravo to those of you who have continued to pursue justice for Martha and her family.
    Tom McMurdy
    Ocean Springs, MS US - Sunday, December 26, 1999 @ 17:06:42 EST
  6. Have been interested in the case since reading the book Wealth of Evil
    Tom McMurdy
    Ocean Springs, MS US - Sunday, December 26, 1999 @ 16:33:03 EST
  7. I can't believe that money and a last name allow you to get away with murder. I was so outraged when i read the book by Mark Fuhrman, something should have been done a long time ago to those guys. I only hope that for the past 24 years there conscience hasnt eaten them alive. And to the Moxley family you are in my thoughts and prayers.
    Amy Smith
    wytheville, va US - Sunday, December 26, 1999 @ 13:28:08 EST
  8. As close friends and supporters of Dorthy and Dave Mpxley we
    are praying that this case gets resolved so that Justice
    and closure can be obtained.

    John & Jan Connor
    Longboat Key , FL US - Saturday, December 25, 1999 @ 10:05:53 EST
  9. We can all only hope, That someday this case will be solved. It's a horrible crime when a young girl is robbed of her innocence at such a young age. Hopefully one day she will be able to rest in peace. If anyone wants to further a discussion, please feel free to email me.
    God Bless

    Asadralyn Romsey Halbourton-Smythe
    Dulwich, UK - Thursday, December 23, 1999 @ 17:00:54 EST
  10. Will a "Kennedy" finally have to pay the price for his own actions?
    Ramsay H. Slugg
    Fort Worth, TX US - Thursday, December 23, 1999 @ 16:32:24 EST
  11. I graduated from Greenwich High School in 1987. It is truly amazing the contrast in the contributions the Kennedys have given this country over the years. It seems that if they aren't running for public office they are murderers, drug addicts, or child molestors. Even then, They still get elected... Our prayers are with the Moxleys.
    Lee Harris
    St. Petersburg, FL US - Thursday, December 23, 1999 @ 10:54:20 EST
  12. I've been following the case for a few years now. i wrote a college term paper on it. i'm saddened by a loss of a girl i've never known. this site has been wonderful for those of us that care. thank you
    shannon gillispie
    US - Wednesday, December 22, 1999 @ 19:33:32 EST
  13. I'm sorry that this little girl and her heartbroken mother had the misfortune to come in contact with that wicked family.
    Betty Marchessault
    NC US - Wednesday, December 22, 1999 @ 13:05:38 EST

  14. Billy Williams
    Lawton, OK US - Tuesday, December 21, 1999 @ 11:04:45 EST
  15. It's about time they found out who did this - it seems to
    be a cover-up from the start.


    janice wenz
    Stamford, ct. US - Tuesday, December 21, 1999 @ 03:34:00 EST
  16. I want to extend my deepest sympathy to Martha's family. God bless you!!! I am horrified how the police handled this investigation. I believe, as an outsider, reading the story for the first time - Michael is definately GUILTY!!!
    Heide Peck
    Omaha, NE US - Monday, December 20, 1999 @ 22:14:23 EST
  17. IHAVE BEEN FOLLWOING THIS EVER SINCE I READ THIS BOOK OF MARKS. I ALOT OF BOOKS ABOUT TRUE MURDERS, AND SOMETHINGS SEEMS TO COME UP IN 98% OF THE ONES I READ, THE KENNIDYS.
    YOU TO WILL GET YOURS!!!!!!!!!!!!

    robin mays
    jamescreek, pa US - Sunday, December 19, 1999 @ 02:21:26 EST
  18. I was writing because I have just read the book Greentown and learned about the Martha Moxley case. It is saddening to know that the killer was never found, but hopefully he will be now with the new updates that have come almost 25 years later. My deepest sympathy goes to Dorthy and John Moxley who are the only surviving members of Martha's immediate family.
    Jennifer Harvey
    Agawam, MA US - Saturday, December 18, 1999 @ 14:48:11 EST
  19. There is no statute of limitation for murder. I believe that this case can be solved with concentrated efforts and hard work on the part of law enforcement professionals with homicide experience. The importance of keeping this as an 'active investigation' is paramount to helping to solve this horrible crime. No one should get away with murder.
    To the Moxley family: my sincere sympathy and my prayers. To the perpetrator of this henous act: be aware that all the good people on this earth are working toward your eventual capture.

    PJ White
    MA US - Thursday, December 16, 1999 @ 19:30:02 EST
  20. I have posted this web site address on a discussion board for JonBenet Ramsey (Halle's) so that thousands of other visitors can help apply pressure to all concerned in this unsolved crime. God Bless You for the attention you have dedicated to bringing a end to the case for your friend.
    Jean B. Taluka
    Boulder, CO - Thursday, December 16, 1999 @ 14:05:50 EST

  21. I HAVE READ THE BOOK 'MURDER IN GREENWICH' AND IT WAS VERY GOOD! WHEN PEOPLE ASK WHAT IS MY FAVORITE BOOK I RECOMMEND THIS ONE. I HOPE THE INVESTIGATION CONTINUES TELL THEY FID THE TRUE MURDERER... (T.ROMERO 17YRS. OLD)

    TAYLOR RAE ROMERO
    COTTAGE GROVE, OR US - Monday, December 13, 1999 @ 23:50:08 EST
  22. I remember Martha as the most personable and lovely girl in our junior high school and her short stay at Greenwich High. She was as approachable as she was lovely - she was not just popular, she was a friend to everybody who ever met her. This is a great tribute website and she deserves it. I'm really curious to know who is responsible for this site.
    S. Raaen
    NYC, NY US - Monday, December 13, 1999 @ 16:06:58 EST
  23. I AM READING MARK FURHMAN'S BOOK ABOUT MARTHA. IT WAS SUCH A TRAGIC THING TO HAPPEN. THE SKAKEL'S ARE GUILTY AND I KNOW THAT IN MY HEART. ALL OF THE EVIDENCE WAS MISHANDLED.
    NO LEADS BECAUSE OF IT. JUSTICE WILL BE SERVED. MY COUSIN WAS MURDERED 2 YEARS AGO AND IT WILL TEAR A FAMILY APART NOT KNOWING EXACTLY WHO DID IT AND WHY. HOPEFULLY, THESE CRIMINALS WILL BE BROUGHT TO JUSTICE IN ORDER OF MY COUSIN AND...MARTHA! MOXLEY'S DON'T BE DISCOURAGED, WHAT THE KILLER DID IN THE DARK, HE WILL PAY FOR IN THE LIGHT.

    MRS. RAMSEY
    OKC, OK US - Monday, December 13, 1999 @ 14:59:11 EST
  24. After reading Thomas Dumas' book, "Greentown," I found myself thinking of this case often. I was reminded again on Halloween of this year when a man, Randall Colbrunn, assaulted a 12 year old boy in Victorville, Ca. with a golf club. He broke the club with the blows he struck and then used the shaft to stab. The similiarities are horrific. Should someone investigate any possible connection?
    My heart goes out to Mrs. Moxley and to the mother of the boy in Victorville.
    Patty V.

    Patty Verwiel
    Riverside, ca US - Saturday, December 11, 1999 @ 14:06:54 EST
  25. I have Heard of this case when I was a little girl and as an adult, I have taken great interest in what is happening with the case. It makes me wonder what is truly more important to the police department in Ct. Michael's family may have money, but they need to be shown that they get dressed every morning just as the rest of us do and contrary to popular belief they are Just as accountable for their actions as anyone else. I also feel that the members of the police department who have put money first over justice also need to be held accountable for covering for a member or members of a wealthy family.
    Mrs. Moxley, My prayers are with you this Christmas season and all through the year. You are such a brave woman and I was glad to hear that you voiced what you have known for many years. After reading Mark's book, I have to say that I agree with you 100%. I will continue to follow this case until it is "solved" in the eyes of the court system. If you ever need anything or need support, please feel free to email me. I will do what I can to help. Justice will be served.
    Kim Baker

    Kimberly Baker
    Morristown, Tn US - Friday, December 10, 1999 @ 23:58:22 EST
  26. DORTHY, I CONGRADULATE YOU ON YOUR COURAGE TO FIGHT FOR ALMOST 25 YEARS TO SOLVE THIS MURDER. EVERYTHING NOW SEEMS TO BE IN YOUR FAVOR. BEST WISHES.
    ARTHUR NUGENT
    BRONXVILLE, NY US - Friday, December 10, 1999 @ 15:02:19 EST
  27. My heart goes out to the Moxley family...Living only miles away from Greenwich this is such a tragedy. I was not even alive at the time of Martha's death, however I know how it feels to lose a loved one from such a horrific crime. Today on the news (December 8,1999) I saw that justice will prevail! My prayers are out to you and your family.

    Gail
    Southington, ct. US - Thursday, December 09, 1999 @ 18:36:45 EST
  28. People with money and power will always try to get off ...God knows but i hope in the killers lifetime they will pay the price on earth. God be with you Martha .If people pray for you and Mayann maybe God will help...
    Penny Ziegenfuss
    Whitehall, PA US - Thursday, December 09, 1999 @ 12:16:56 EST
  29. As a former student Of the Elan school and employee of Joe Ricci at approximatly the same time as Mr skakel,I have taken a great interest in this case. I truly believe the Skakels have far more knowledge of this horrible crime than they claim. The atmosphere at the Elan school is overwhelming pressure at times.It is taught the key to success is ridding yourself of any guilt that may linger in, and 'destroy' you. with that I believe that Mike in fact did admit to this crime during his stay and believed that it would never catch up to him outside of the school walls or for that matter, any other students taking him seriously enough to even recall his admission.(some of which also admited or fabricated tales of murder,rape and other serious crimes) Joe Ricci in my opinion deserves the negative press and the label 'duck in a raincoat' simply because he acted with no class whatsoever during the courts investigations and in my oppinion was flamboyant and used the occasion to flaunt his power his wealth and his status by hiding behind legal barriers and camoflages yet at the same time arrived to hearings in limos, throwing himself into the publics eye via the media. It sickened me to see him do this because I sincerely believe Mr. Ricci has knowledge of skakel admiting to the murder of dear martha,but not in a way that would be significant to him. At Elan school Joe Ricci was very rarely seen and had little contact with the students, every student there was intimidated by Joe's presence and none had a relationship with him well enough to ever bring up something as serious as murder.I do not believe that Mr.Ricci had any direct confesion or discusion with skakel admiting to murder and dont believe Ricci took any one students problems to heart sincerely enough to remember it for more than that day. but I do believe that it could have been braught to his attention after a smaller group sessions and disregarded as many other confessions or problems are. The former student(s) who testified to witnessing Mr. Ricci confront Mr.Skakel about the murder is completly possible and no student would be surprised that Skakel was sent to elan for murder.at that age alot of children are naive and most of us where there as an option to corrections or prison. Mr. Ricci would never have mentioned such a thing in front of anyone other than to make it appear as though it was common knowledge that Skakel had killed someone Mr Ricci would never expose the possibility that a senetors nephew commited murder in front of so many people including other staff members as a new discovery. there are smaller group sessions often run by students who either graduated the program or were close to leaving on merits. during and after these sessions, was a code :nothing goes outside of the group session and there was serious consequences if this code was violated, this code was taken seriously enough to where it was not uncommon at all to hear someone admit to serious crimes, BUT theres always a small group of defiant people that will risk the consequences to share in secrecy what someone else talked about in groups.I did.I'm sure someone present in a group session with Skakel did too,damn sure. A former councilor at Elan was also called to testify and I really have no idea if he did and would be sorry to hear so.Peter McCann in my eyes cannot be taken seriously about anything more than his drinking and/or drug problems at the time of his employment at Elan.I personally take complete responsibility for exposing his actions that lead to his termination from elan in the early eighties. He was always intoxicated (though he carried it well on most occasions)and I often found him hungover or passed out in one of the dorm rooms as I was in a possition of trust to be able to walk freely around the school grounds and buildings. If Mr.McCann in fact did hear a confession,and took the issue to Mr.Ricci I would only guess that the response from Mr.Ricci would have been in principal the confidentiality code,and mr.McCanns drinking problem allowed him to let it go at that. I would bet that he doesnt remember the name of the eager kid that got him fired after pleading with him to help himself so he could help his students and keeping his secret to myself. I have no intensions to discredit the schools ability to help people in desperate need or taint the schools reputation as a possitive experience for its students, it literally saves lives! But I have to say the school is not in a possition to protect a murderer simply based on a weak claim of patient doctor confidentiality, because none of the people who may have heard skakels confesion can call themselves a doctor.
    Dear ms. Moxley I have lived a life of injustice and pain, mostly in my adolesent years and can only guess the pain you must feel to have lost your daughter by such a brutal event. I live a modest life and keep it as simple as can be. though I am poor,I am smart, full of love and peace dispite the the trajedies that have occured to me and more importantly, gods children (thousands of Marthas) I offer the peace in my heart to you and all of them and hope that you can find it and let it consume you. We live in an imperfect world where the poor have eyes to see the beauty of life, but cant look beyond the suffering, the rich are surrounded and often blinded by it,and we are all reminded of how precious it is when one as innocent and promising as sweet marthas is taken away. I can only pray that you and all affected by this trajedy will look to a source other than a trial and conviction to find peace and comfort in your hearts, for the man or men who took marthas life at the very least will continue to answer only to themselves until final judgement from a higher power provides the justice deserved.

    Douglas Davis AKA douglas gregg
    Bandon, Or US - Thursday, December 09, 1999 @ 03:50:43 EST

  30. merissa McDaniels
    Grand Ledge, M US - Wednesday, December 08, 1999 @ 09:06:18 EST
  31. We may hide our evil's in the eye's of the public, but in the end we hide nothing from the eye's of the Lord. Justice will be served for Martha. May you rest in peace Martha Moxley.......
    David W. Fye
    Falls Creek, PA US - Tuesday, December 07, 1999 @ 18:39:55 EST
  32. After reading Murder in Greenwich, I feel so much sorrow for Martha and her family. Mark's book has presented the case so clearly, we can only hope his intelligence and the 'new' investigation will bring closure to this terrible, terrible crime. Dorthy & John, god bless for having the strength to see this through until justice is served. Best wishes always!!!!
    Kim Richardson
    US - Monday, December 06, 1999 @ 20:03:35 EST
  33. As a former Greenwich resident myself, I personally experienced the arrogance and corruption of the Greenwich Police several times during the 3 years I lived in the town. They are the only ones to blame for this crime to have remained unsolved for so many years. My thoughts are with Dorothy Moxley.
    Christopher Jones
    New York, NY US - Monday, December 06, 1999 @ 10:18:51 EST
  34. I was wondering if anyone has every thought about what if Martha and the boy
    were about to have sex and someone else came up and murdered her. I believe the boy
    was there and helped move Martha, but I am thinking someone else came up and saw what
    was about to happen and took matters into his/her own hands.
    There were sisters in the house right? Perhaps something going on with the sister and the brother.
    The Kennedy's are such a sick perverted family, nothing would surprise me. The best part of that family
    just lost his life in a plane crash recently. Well my thoughts and Prayers are with all involved.
    You never heal from this pain that Martha's loved ones are feeling, you just get used to the pain.
    Take Care and best wishes.
    Sharon

    Sharon Scinta
    Fairport, NY US - Sunday, December 05, 1999 @ 22:37:56 EST
  35. I have read the books of Dominick Dunne, Mark Fuhrman and Tim Dumas, and these gentlemen are to be commended for their literary talents, which have helped to revive the case before the public eye.
    It seems that the rich and famous have many ways of slithering away from responsibility when there is a debt to pay to society. It is time to correct this "right of the privileged."
    Justice is long overdue in the case of Martha Moxley. I truly hope and pray that Dorthy Moxley and her son, John, prevail in this ordeal.
    God bless them for their perseverance!

    Beverly Miller
    Lake Worth, Florida US - Sunday, December 05, 1999 @ 16:27:05 EST
  36. I came across Mark Furhman's book, "Murder in Greenwich" at work and read it. I sure hope that this mystery will finally be solved soon. My thoughts are with the Moxley family.
    Marianne
    Torrance, CA US - Saturday, December 04, 1999 @ 21:49:30 EST
  37. I support Dorothy Moxley and hope that she gets justice one day.
    William Warnick
    Las Vegas, NV US - Friday, December 03, 1999 @ 22:29:41 EST
  38. I have been following this case for years. I am hoping the Grand Jury is able to issue and indictment! My prayers are with Dorthy.
    Nancy Peardon
    Westlake Village, CA US - Friday, December 03, 1999 @ 22:27:28 EST
  39. Researching the case for a criminalistics course at Randolph-Macon College. Moxley familiy will remain in my prayers.
    Leslie NOllie
    Richmond, VA US - Friday, December 03, 1999 @ 10:46:48 EST
  40. I have spent all of my 21 years in Greenwich, CT and learned about the Moxley case at a very young age. I have always followed it with concern, fascination, and extreme sadness. My concern stems from the inept handling of the case by the Greenwich Police Department, the fascination with the frightening power of those with fame and fortune, and my sadness from the loss of the life of a beautiful young girl. It is angering and frustrating to know that someone was brutally murdered yet justice has not yet been served due to the status of those accused. My views on this case have evolved continuosly throughout my life. At first the feeling of fear was the most prominent - that someone could commit such a horrible crime and still walk the streets today. As I got older I was angered to see how a police department, those enforcing the law and, supposedly, protecting us, could be so careless. And now, although those feelings are still there, the sadness rings louder and clearer than anything. I am so sorry for you loss Mrs. Moxley. And although nothing can bring your daughter back, your strength and determination is admired. Relish in your memories of Martha and know that one day you will be with her again - whether or not justice is served on earth it will be served in Heaven. God bless you and yours.
    T. Bortot
    Riverside, CT US - Thursday, December 02, 1999 @ 14:37:24 EST
  41. I ran across this site while researching my last name. I hope someone comes forward on this and you find the killer.
    C.L. Moxley
    US - Wednesday, December 01, 1999 @ 00:50:53 EST
  42. I discovered this site quite a while back and have decided to put in my two cents worth. I find it hard to believe this truly tragic story. First, it seems that when the police in any locale go up against monied people, they lose their priorities. Second, after reading a couple of Kennedy books, I am left with the impression they live by a totally different set of societal rules. Most wealthy people seem to think they are "entitled" in life to what the average person is not. I would love to see the current police department have the attitude they are not going to let this case go into the "unsolved files" since there is still someone out there who did this miserable, vicious crime. I cannot even begin to fathom the pain and anguish the Moxley family has been and is still going through. May God be with you.
    Judy
    US - Wednesday, December 01, 1999 @ 00:36:07 EST
  43. I have been aware of Martha Moxley's murder and of the troubling aspects of the investigation for some time. Also, I recently read the Fuhrman and Dumas books. It was a relief to see so much information regarding this case in one place, and so cogently and intelligently presented. I walked away from these books feeling a deep sense of despair over a life senselessly and irrevocably cut short. The sense of loss must be overpowering for her family and for those that knew Martha. My hope is that the grand jury will give us some faith in a system that, to this point, has failed. Martha's sad death proves to me what I have always believed: violence creates a cycle of sorrow that never really ends; a violent act reverberates in the lives of the victim, the family, and the community. Violence should have no place in the human community. I have enjoyed reading the comments and thoughts on this very touching web page. Thank you.
    Eric Maroney
    Ithaca, NY US - Tuesday, November 30, 1999 @ 14:01:22 EST
  44. I first heard of this through Dominick Dunne and the story broke my heart. I have followed it ever since and can only pray for the Moxley family and that justice will be served and the killer given what he so deserves.
    Lori
    Poland, oh US - Tuesday, November 30, 1999 @ 01:35:41 EST
  45. I have heard a lot about this story but never gotten the truth, I suppose not many have. But this story is very touching to me, and it tears me apart to hear of such a tradgedy. I am only 13, and I don't know anything the parents of Martha are feeling but all I can do is follow along with the story and at least her parents know that they have support whether it is just form kids like me, or from a whole community, everything helps. Best wishes, and good luck!
    Kari Myder
    Greenwich, CT US - Monday, November 29, 1999 @ 21:11:53 EST
  46. I am sure the courts and Police are doing all they legally can do at this time.
    It has been too long for any one to have to endure. "JUSTICE MUST PREVAIL.

    Craig Connolly
    Cos Cob, CT US - Monday, November 29, 1999 @ 14:19:30 EST
  47. Dear Moxley Family,
    I have been following your case since the night of Martha's murder so many years ago. I now have a daughter of my own and have experienced the tragic murder of a family member, so my empathy and understanding of your pain has grown through the years. My father was murdered in Greenwich in 1993. Throughout the two trials and disappointment of the weak sentencing outcome, my family often spoke of yours. We are so sorry for your long and painful struggle. We are so hopeful justice will be served. For your case, I wish I had more confidence in the judicial system in Ct but it is decided liberal. Wishing you satisfactory resolution. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to support you in the future.
    Todd Peters

    Todd Peters
    Munich, Ge - Monday, November 29, 1999 @ 03:50:31 EST
  48. I would be 3 years older than your daughter and I feel my life has flown by. I can only imagine the 15 short years with your child. First and foremost, the Kennedys always win always have always will from the labotomy on their child to Marylin Monroe to this. I hope you find what you are looking for and that justice will be served two fold for the wait and the "not knowing". God bless you and yours.
    mj gilliam
    dayton, oh US - Sunday, November 28, 1999 @ 20:03:56 EST
  49. I am sorry for your lose....
    also sorry to hear and truely beleive that another kennedy gets away with murder..the good ones die and the bad ones just keep getting worse.i heard about this a long time ago but i had forgot about it until now, and for that i'm truely sorry

    lynne
    olympia, wa US - Sunday, November 28, 1999 @ 04:36:47 EST
  50. It is my sincere hope that this case will be concluded in such a manner that it sets the example that the respect for humanity is infinitely greater than the hypnotism of a bunch of lifeless dollars.
    Debbie Denenburg
    Phoenix, az US - Thursday, November 25, 1999 @ 19:34:58 EST

  51. Benjamin Simkins
    Boulder , CO US - Thursday, November 25, 1999 @ 14:36:02 EST
  52. DEAR MRS MOXLEY I WISH YOU GOD PEACE.PLEASE TELL ME WHAT IS JUSTICE. MY HEART HEART GOES OUT TO YOU BEING A MOTHER MYSELF. PEACE AND MY PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU
    ELAINE

    Elaine A Hevenor
    Greenwich, CT US - Wednesday, November 24, 1999 @ 20:00:29 EST
  53. I first heard the tragic story of Martha's Murder on A&E's City Confidential.
    The Author of, A Wealth of Evil summed up the irony in this case. The wealth and influence
    of the Skakel family in the end will not have spared Michael or Tom from prosecution and punishment
    but rather has caused the Moxley's and their own family's pain to be drawn out
    in an un ending nighmare. If the killer had been encouraged to confess at the time of the murder
    both families could have found peace by now.

    Cynthia Rominger
    Wilmington, DE US - Tuesday, November 23, 1999 @ 15:29:01 EST
  54. Justice now
    zoe Alexopoulos
    toronto, ont canada - Tuesday, November 23, 1999 @ 10:27:50 EST

  55. Bruce
    Manchester, CT US - Monday, November 22, 1999 @ 19:17:04 EST
  56. I applaud your courage in standing up to the powerful and arrogant elements who use their influence to escape justice after causing horrible harm to others. You are right--they have gotten away with murder long enough. If you can hold but one member of this hideous clan accountable for such behavior, we will all owe you a debt of gratitude. Good luck and God bless in your formidable battle.
    m butler
    westport, ct US - Monday, November 22, 1999 @ 18:34:49 EST
  57. I cover this case for the Greenwich Post and believe it to be a welcome resource on the case. I spoke to Dorthy today and she is very grateful to Tom for this site
    Peter Moore
    Greenwich, CT US - Monday, November 22, 1999 @ 18:28:33 EST
  58. cheers Mrs. Moxley for having the guts to name your daughters murderer in public. I give you alot of credit, that took guts. May that scum see the light and confess and bring some peace and closure to you and your family and those of us who care. God speed to you mam.
    Dave Willins
    Brunswick, OH US - Monday, November 22, 1999 @ 18:19:27 EST
  59. I have been horrified by this case for years. I pray for justice for Martha & for John & Dorthy. Fuhrman's book is right on the money--i beleve with all my heart that the mills of God grind slowly but they grind exceeding well--meaning that someday, the murderer will have to answer for what he did--keep pressing the judicial system--and don't be discouraged--all these prayers will be answered and you will have closure, I beleive. You will see the murderer pay
    You have enormous courage Dorthy. The truth will out, don't give up.

    karen root
    nj US - Monday, November 22, 1999 @ 13:14:57 EST
  60. Justice will be served the killer will pay for his crime. Hopefully upon completion of this, Mark Furman's reputation will be restored to the great detective he is.
    shane hightower
    cave city, ar US - Monday, November 22, 1999 @ 11:03:34 EST
  61. This story really touched me and has stayed with me since I read about it. I hope and pray that whoever killed Martha will be brought justice.

    Tracey Knox-Baxter
    South Africa, - Monday, November 22, 1999 @ 08:37:22 EST
  62. If justice is not done here on earth, justice WILL prevail later for the suspect(s).....this person(s) day of judgment will come sooner than he realizes.
    Carol
    Hatfield, MN US - Sunday, November 21, 1999 @ 15:13:55 EST
  63. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Sherry Slaten
    Bethalto, IL US - Sunday, November 21, 1999 @ 09:55:01 EST
  64. When I was 12 years old, my father was killed under strange circumstances by his then wife.She shot him in the back four times and got off claiming self dedense,but we will always believe she killed him or had him killed.Unfortunately we will never know.I think of him alot though and wonder if I should have done something myself to search for the truth.I admire your courage and stamina in your search for justice. Hopefully the next book written about Martha will be the whole truth and nothing but...god bless your family.
    rena camp
    haughton, la US - Sunday, November 21, 1999 @ 03:19:00 EST
  65. I have been following this case for several years and each time I hear about it or see something on TV about it I am brought to tears. It is a terrible thing to lose a child, but to lose one in this way and not have any justice for it, is just beyond my comprehension. My heart and my prayers are with you, Dorothy, and I know this case will be be solved. God would have it no other way. God bless you always.
    Erma King
    Poplar Bluff, MO US - Saturday, November 20, 1999 @ 11:00:09 EST
  66. Remember Martha.
    colleen
    US - Saturday, November 20, 1999 @ 06:07:00 EST
  67. I live 2 blocks from your former home on Walsh Lane and
    am reminded of the tragic loss of your beautiful daughter
    every time I walk by. I am so sorry for you Mrs. Moxley.
    I simply cannot believe that noone has paid for this crime
    yet. But, I have faith that justice will be served in one
    way or another.

    dana speers
    Greenwich, CT US - Friday, November 19, 1999 @ 16:14:53 EST
  68. This case has entered my mind many times since first seeing it on T.V about ten years ago. At the time of viewing it I was 15. It hit pretty close to home, knowing that I was at the age where Martha was murdered. It forever changed me. Martha and her family have been in my thoughts and prayers ever since. I am glad Tom and Martha's family are keeping the case out there so that others can know what really happend. The true murderer(s)WILL be caught if we all keep faith alive and Martha in our hearts. God bless you, Dorthy.
    Staci
    Fresno, Ca. US - Friday, November 19, 1999 @ 07:18:38 EST
  69. I don't know what to say...all the sentiments everyone else has written in the guest book are mine also. I know it must be very hard for you/your family to live with this. I firmly believe that 90%+ of all humans are as compassionate & caring as I am, and with that in mind the guilty person in this crime will be found, either through his own doing or someone aware of the circumstances. May you find solace when that happens. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family
    Stephanie
    Reading, PA US - Thursday, November 18, 1999 @ 23:10:36 EST
  70. I am so Sory.
    Amanda Tevis
    Jeffersonville, In US - Thursday, November 18, 1999 @ 13:37:40 EST

  71. Biff Carlson
    Darwell, Pa US - Wednesday, November 17, 1999 @ 16:51:00 EST
  72. I am truly sorry for your loss, I pray that GOD Almighty reveals the truths you are looking for. I pray closure for you and your family. May God Bless
    Lorie Braddock
    US - Wednesday, November 17, 1999 @ 15:36:58 EST

  73. Lorie Braddock
    US - Wednesday, November 17, 1999 @ 15:34:35 EST
  74. I am truly sorry for your great loss. I hope that you will have some sort of closure soon.
    Jennifer Estevez
    Pasadena, CA US - Wednesday, November 17, 1999 @ 15:17:39 EST
  75. I pray for the family that justice will be done soon so they may receive closure and Martha may finally rest in peace.
    Carolina Ross
    Lakewood, CA US - Tuesday, November 16, 1999 @ 19:06:21 EST
  76. Mrs. Moxley, my prayers have been with you since the day I heard the tragic news. I was in 10th grade at St. Mary High School in Greenwich. I had friends who knew your daughter and it was a tragedy then. I pray that the killer(s) will pay their dues. It is amazing how Politics and money can get you anything you want. Keep going, and don't let the bad days hold you back. Carolyn
    Carolyn S.
    Monroe, CT US - Tuesday, November 16, 1999 @ 17:26:31 EST
  77. Hi Mrs. Moxley, Mom (virginia tafjen) said that you and the sugar and spice ladies got together this week. She said you look terrific and that you love being a gramma... so does she!! You take care. Stephanie Tafjen Rawson
    Stephanie Tafjen Rawson
    Reno, NV US - Tuesday, November 16, 1999 @ 13:05:15 EST
  78. Hopefully, Justice will finally be rendered in this matter and the Moxley's will finally see justice in this matter. Perhaps then, Martha will finally rest in peace.
    jvmcdonnell
    ct US - Tuesday, November 16, 1999 @ 12:41:02 EST
  79. I'm truley sorry this has gone unsolved for so long.My prayers are with you,and your family.May God give you the answers you deserve to ease your mind,and lay Martha to final rest in heaven. God be with you all.
    Katrinka French
    Springville, Tn US - Sunday, November 14, 1999 @ 23:41:08 EST
  80. When I first read about Martha I was doing a research paper for my English class, but the more I read the more I become involved. My thoughts are with you and I hope you will have some closure soon
    Melissa Chase
    US - Sunday, November 14, 1999 @ 19:31:59 EST
  81. I do not know what url is? I am new at this.
    arlene misiewicz
    marine, mi US - Sunday, November 14, 1999 @ 16:02:18 EST
  82. don't ever give up! (former dep. sheriff) look forward to updates.
    tim fletcher
    deltona, fl US - Sunday, November 14, 1999 @ 11:40:28 EST
  83. I recently read Mark Furhman's book... I hope that justice will soon be done and the Moxley family get the answers that they so much deserve...
    A. Broussard
    US - Saturday, November 13, 1999 @ 18:22:09 EST
  84. Mrs. Moxley, you are in my thoughts and prayers. I pray whoever committed this horrible crime will be brought to justice. Although it is believed being rich caused problems in this case I wonder. My beautiful 20 year old only granddaughter was murdered in Louisville, Ky this past August. I believed this case has been messed up from the very beginning because she had a stopover in Louisville and was brutally murdered during a one-hour stop. She was found in a vacant lot a few blocks from the bus terminal. The police there had never handled any case like this before, and simply made a mess of it. A few weeks later another girl(17 yrs old)from a nearby town in Ky was found murdered the exact way my granddaughter had been murdered. Yet, authorities see no connection. It seems those whose job it is to protect and investigate are not as good at their jobs as we believe them to me. One more fact I found out...those same investigators DO NOT like any suggestions or ideas about the case. Mrs. Moxley, I cannot imagine this kind of frustration over all these many years. I admire your courage. God Bless You.
    Sue Ellen Berendsen
    Burnett, WI US - Friday, November 12, 1999 @ 18:00:13 EST
  85. I have spent considerable time this p.m. reading about these horrible events. I am so sorry inocent people have to suffer. It is truly amazing what money will do. The Bible does say, "The love of money is the root of evil." So true. Again, I am so sorry about your grief and I would wish for you God's peace.
    Darius E. Rawls
    Brilliant, AL US - Friday, November 12, 1999 @ 16:48:00 EST
  86. I read Mark Furhmans book and have been follwoing the case ever since. It appears to be another case of having enough fame and money and being able toget away with anything....including murder. Keep me posted with updates.
    Bob Kuehnel
    Simsbury, CT US - Friday, November 12, 1999 @ 12:08:15 EST
  87. Even after all this time, I am shocked and saddened by your loss. I sincerely hope justice is eventually served.
    Dan McGarry
    Eich, ge - Friday, November 12, 1999 @ 02:23:06 EST
  88. The murderer may go unpunished on this earth,but there is no money,status and daddy to help keep him out of hell when he leaves this earth.
    melody
    plymouth , mn US - Thursday, November 11, 1999 @ 23:11:09 EST
  89. I have read a Season in Pergutory and Mark Fuhrman's book.God Bless you Dorthy and family. I think Mark did a great job. LAPD' LOSS. Hope they put that killer of your daughter away for LIFE !!
    Elaine Underwood
    Bloomingtom, In US - Thursday, November 11, 1999 @ 19:37:48 EST
  90. I have been following this case since this past summer
    and I can't believe that there has not been an arrest yet.
    Hopefully, there will be justice and the murderer will be
    put behind bars. I am a mother and I can't imagine something
    like this happening and never knowing who did this.

    Lindy Pollak
    Roswell, GA US - Wednesday, November 10, 1999 @ 21:37:56 EST
  91. I saw the story about Martha on television while I was in Honolulu Hawaii recently. When her photo came on the screen, I did a double take because she and I looked almost exactly alike when we were the same age. I am the food and wine writer for the Columbus Dispatch daily newspaper here, and it breaks my heart to know that her murderer has not been brought to justice.
    You are in my prayers. If you'd like to see some of my earlier photos that resemble Martha, I can send them to you.
    God bless you.


    karin welzel
    columbus, oh US - Wednesday, November 10, 1999 @ 15:22:17 EST
  92. I am sorry for your loss. I hope justice will be served and not before it is too late for the perp. to have gotten away with it. I know they have already gotten away with it for 25 years but we have to have faith that they will be caught.
    Annja Aho
    Ithaca, NY US - Tuesday, November 09, 1999 @ 16:57:01 EST
  93. Justice will be served only when Michael Skakel is brought to trial.
    James N. Harvey
    Palm Beach, FL US - Tuesday, November 09, 1999 @ 06:09:33 EST
  94. I read Mark's book on the Martha Moxley case and it is fascinating and yet quite disturbing to know that no one has been arrested. Mark points out in the book the basic police work that should have followed the discovery of the body and it is scary to see how the police did not perform some basic investgative procedures. What I find incredible is how someone can live with himself knowing he committed this murder.
    Jeff Steinberg
    Clarks Summit, Pa. US - Tuesday, November 09, 1999 @ 01:55:19 EST
  95. I'M SORRY FOR THE LOSS OF YOUR LOVED ONE AND I HOPE THAT ONE DAY YOU WILL SOLVE THIS CRIME AND BRING THE PERSON WHO COMMITED THIS TERRIBLE CRIME TO JUSTICE...
    SUSAN ABILA
    ABILENE, TX USUS - Monday, November 08, 1999 @ 21:44:19 EST
  96. I'M SORRY FOR THE LOSS OF YOUR LOVED ONE AND I HOPE THAT ONE DAY YOU WILL SOLVE THIS CRIME AND BRING THE PERSON WHO COMMITED THIS TERRIBLE CRIME TO JUSTICE...
    SUSAN ABILA
    ABILENE, TX USUS - Monday, November 08, 1999 @ 21:43:12 EST
  97. I'M SORRY FOR THE LOSS OF YOUR LOVED ONE AND I HOPE THAT ONE DAY YOU WILL SOLVE THIS CRIME AND BRING THE PERSON WHO COMMITED THIS TERRIBLE CRIME TO JUSTICE...
    SUSAN ABILA
    ABILENE, TX USUS - Monday, November 08, 1999 @ 21:43:09 EST
  98. I'M SORRY FOR THE LOSS OF YOUR LOVED ONE AND I HOPE THAT ONE DAY YOU WILL SOLVE THIS CRIME AND BRING THE PERSON WHO COMMITED THIS TERRIBLE CRIME TO JUSTICE...
    SUSAN ABILA
    ABILENE, TX USUS - Monday, November 08, 1999 @ 21:41:59 EST
  99. I hope that the murderer of this beautiful lady is found. In my opinion, the person IS a member of an affluent family, and it seems to me that this played a role in PREVENTING the murder from being solved. However, it looks as if this will no longer offer any protection to the person, and I wonder how the murderer ever thought that this would shield him from any prosecution.
    Kris
    Evansville, in US - Monday, November 08, 1999 @ 19:36:36 EST
  100. In hopes that while justic will be late, that it still is served; best of wishes.
    Susan Renea

    Susan Renea
    Aroda, VA US - Monday, November 08, 1999 @ 18:51:33 EST
  101. Sorry to read such bad news. Just be storng, She with the Lord right now, watching over you. Let her see you strong!!
    Fallon
    Phila., Pa US - Sunday, November 07, 1999 @ 18:02:25 EST
  102. i think that this is adn out rage
    kneidra cannon
    indpls, ind US - Friday, November 05, 1999 @ 19:39:08 EST
  103. Good luck in your quest for justice.
    best wishes,
    --MH

    margaret hughes
    ca US - Thursday, November 04, 1999 @ 16:05:13 EST

  104. JEAN DYKES
    US - Thursday, November 04, 1999 @ 12:54:46 EST
  105. Ive been interested in this case ever since I became a Trooper in 1987. Ive actually had peronal contact with Michael Skakel in May of 1997 and asked him several questions about what happened the night of the murder. His comment to me was that he was coming out with a book and it would clear him.
    Conrad J. Winalski III( State Trooper Connecticut State Police)
    Hadlyme, CT US - Wednesday, November 03, 1999 @ 16:07:18 EST
  106. I have always had the feeling that the Skakels will one day pay for the grief they so arrogantly dumped on your family. Thanks to the grand jury proceedings, I know the Skakels are feeling the heat. Our prayers are with you, and good luck in the upcoming prosecution of your daughter's murderer(s)
    Ervin Engelhardt
    Folsom , CA US - Wednesday, November 03, 1999 @ 15:34:13 EST
  107. I just wanted to say that my prayers have always been with the Moxley Family since first hearing of this unspeakable crime as a 17 year old. Now, 24 years later I continue to pray that justice in this increadibly unjust society we live in, will be served. One can only hope that it will happen in Mrs. Moxley's lifetime. God bless you all...the Moxley Family and all who continue to work on solving this case and all who continue to keep the memory of Martha alive. Rest in Peace Martha.
    Dina
    Cheshire, CT US - Wednesday, November 03, 1999 @ 10:48:30 EST
  108. I hope that one day Martha's murder is solved.
    I read "Murder in Greenwich" and have been hooked on this case ever since.

    Lisa Martin
    Atlanta, GA US - Tuesday, November 02, 1999 @ 23:59:41 EST
  109. I only hope that the truth will come out and that Martha's mother can finally see the truth. For once, let us hope that the grand jury does the "right thing" My prays are with Martha's family and friends.
    Tara Humenik
    Albany, NY US - Monday, November 01, 1999 @ 23:31:53 EST
  110. As always, my regards to my friends who chat Moxley in hopes of solving this crime
    Spencer
    US - Monday, November 01, 1999 @ 22:03:46 EST
  111. God Bless the Moxley's !!!!
    sally calafiore
    glastonbury, ct US - Monday, November 01, 1999 @ 16:12:01 EST