1 Jan 2000 - 19 Jan 2000


  1. You have done a wonderful thing by producing this website. May justice prevail!!
    Christine Arens
    US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 23:58:37 EST
  2. Let us not forget to thank Tom Alessi who ran this site and kept getting the information out to the public. An informed public is a powerful thing. Maybe able to ballance the force of political connections. Had he been prosecuted at age 15 Michael would have been out by 21. Any real justice would have been having to live with everyone knowing. Maybe by now many would have forgotten, he might have found someplace where the neighbors didn't know what he'd done. Well Michael, they're gonna know now no matter how good a job your lawyers do. No one will forget, not in the time you've got left. Your name, your face, you'll be famous, like O.J., for the rest of your life. Fame will bring justice, one stare at a time.
    tr
    ny, ny US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 23:26:43 EST
  3. JUSTICE NEEDS TO BE SERVED FOR POOR MARTHA. SHE DIDN'T DESERVE TO BE MURDERED AND HER MURDERER SHOULD BE PUNISHED WITHOUT REGARD TO HIS POWERFUL FAMILY OR THE MONEY THEY POSSESS. DOESN'T MARTHA DESERVE EQUAL RIGHTS UNDER THE LAW?
    CLAUDIA CROSS
    RENO, NV US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 23:25:35 EST
  4. I would like to give the family of Martha all my sympathy, having to wait endless years to find the truth. And it will come... Soon...
    Rest in peace sweet Martha, and God bless you

    Al Pelletier
    Ottawa, CDN - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 23:19:27 EST
  5. I grew up right up the road from the scene of this crime (in Westport) and have followed this sad and demoralizing story avidly since the summer of 1998, when the grand jury was convened after nearly 23 years. All I can say is, the Michael Skakel situation reminds me SO MUCH of Teddy Kennedy's "escape from justice" at Chappaquiddick. I have never been a fan of the Kennedys and their sleazy ways & relations, and this story just ices that cake (and it all started with the bootlegging of Joe Kennedy Sr. during Prohibition). But we all know that being rich hardly makes one moral - look at the story of the Darien (CT) High School student (Alex something) accused of rape, whose parents hid him in Europe and then lied to police as to their knowledge of his whereabouts for years! Mrs. Moxley and John, my heart goes out to you. God bless you for pursuing Martha's killer all these years. May God give you peace and I pray that justice be done in this case.
    Lisa S.
    Marietta, GA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 23:14:54 EST
  6. Will Furhman help the cops botch this one too!
    I guess the only way to make yourself look better
    is to point the finger at somebody else. You need
    the help yourself. Let the court system do their job
    the way our great constitution allows them to. I do
    believe we live under the idea that all men are innocent
    until proven guilty. I think that there a to many people
    who are ready to wrap this case up now that an arrest has
    been made. This does not mean anybody is guilty! A lynch
    mob attitude gets you nowhere. Ask Furhman. Right?

    Kalin
    US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 23:04:27 EST
  7. Dorthy and the rest of the Moxley family the real answer will be yours soon. I am so sorry that society has run a muck and that people do not respect one another. I am sure that once the killer is behind bars he will wish that he never harmed your daughter but only treated her with kindnes and respect...something we all deserve. I have a little girl who will be turning two soon. She is very precious to me and I am often scared thinking about the world that she has been born into. I only hope that with the time that I have with her I can instill what is of the utmost importance. Hopefully this will help to keep her alive and safe. My thoughts are with you. Good Luck!!
    Sarah
    Darien, Il US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 22:50:17 EST
  8. Sometimes the wheels of justice move slowly,sometimes the wrong direction, but always they move!
    Carl Hill
    US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 22:46:32 EST
  9. i am so happy that michael turned himself in i believe all creditfor this action should go to mark furman who was and still is a great detective and was wrongly treated in the oj case. l.a lost a great cop when they lost him.
    jill taylor
    saint petersburg, fl US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 22:41:20 EST
  10. No "wealthy conservative father" could have orchestrated a coverup like this - because this case is about Kennedys, not about wealth. The influence of the Kennedy family - not wealth - is why Michael Skakel wasn't prosecuted at the time like some rich kids I once went to school with were for an arson fire that injured nobody.
    Matt Maggio
    Burlington, NC US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 22:39:12 EST
  11. so glad to hear the news today about Michael Skakel. So tired of well connected people getting away with murder (are they more important than you are me) will pray that this leads to a conviction
    Cathy Cacciatore
    Evergreen Park, IL US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 22:37:57 EST
  12. HMMMMM. Wonder if a wealthy conservative father would have handled it differently? The rubber guns in Conn. really blew this case. Again, if you have money and connections, you can get away with murder. Wait, it's not over yet..
    John Shannon (Retired-Miami Police Dept)
    Ft.Lauderdale, FL US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 22:37:24 EST
  13. Hope you rest in Peace and I also hope that your killer is caught.
    mc
    Dublin, irl - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 22:34:51 EST
  14. HMMMMM. Wonder if a wealthy conservative father would have handled it differently? The rubber guns in Conn. really blew this case. Again, if you have money and connections, you can get away with murder. Wait, it's not over yet..
    John Shannon (Retired-Miami Police Dept)
    Ft.Lauderdale, FL US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 22:34:01 EST
  15. god bless and rest in peace
    colleen bracchi
    colorado springs, co US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 22:32:34 EST
  16. If only a family could have assumed the responsibility of properly rearing its own, many lives could have been saved much sadness. Too much was taken from the Moxley family...nothing will ever make up for what they have endured...
    Pat
    Jax., Fl. US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 22:31:43 EST
  17. Perhaps your long wait is coming to an end with Mr. Skakel coming forward.
    Our prayers are with you for a resolution to this tradegy.

    Don Crain
    Broken Arrow, OK US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 22:31:15 EST
  18. i hope you find out soon who killed martha, but i think you already know. my heart goes out to the families.
    lisa wallace
    leon, ks US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 22:25:18 EST
  19. It's such a moving story. I couldn't but read all I found.
    Rest in peace, Martha and justice be done.

    Tunde Adejumo
    ondo Nigeria - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 22:24:08 EST
  20. I just want to say how sorry I am and sad to hear about this. I know it happened 25 years ago but the person who did this is still out there and I hope they have him now. I was born in 1959 so I am the same age as Martha and even though I lived 3000 miles away and did not know of this crime it really hurts to think about it. Martha looks just like any of my friends from the mid 1970s so it does feel strange. Good luck and god bless. Jim
    James Dickinson
    San Diego, CA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 22:17:39 EST
  21. I COULDN'T EVEN SLEEP LAST NIGHT WAITING TO HEAR THIS MORNINGS NEWS! Now lets just pray Michael Skakel will step up to the plate like the "man" he appears to think he is...... Thank you for this site! I hope the Moxley family checks in here and finds strenth when they are feeling weak!
    Chelle` Scott-Knudsen
    Vancouver, WA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 22:16:38 EST
  22. I first heard about this case 2 years ago when I read Mark
    Fuhrmans book. I knew then that Mark Fuhrman was right in naming Michael Skakel the murderer. Shame on the Connecticut police department for taking so long in bringing this innocent girls' family a chance to have closure and peace. May God bless them for all they have endured.

    Donna T.
    Bluff City, TN US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 22:15:40 EST
  23. I read the book by Tim Dumas and I am glad to hear that there is finally an arrest! Hopefully, Dorthy can rest now knowing that someone will have to answer for the Murder of her beautiful daughter, Martha.
    Tami
    Goleta, CA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 22:04:47 EST
  24. Congratulations on winning round one of a hard-fought battle. Skakel deserves to be behind bars for the rest of his life. Mark Furman and Dominick Dunne, the two of you kept this murder in the front of everyone's minds and you played a big part in getting this case to this point.
    Bernice
    Chicago, IL US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 21:51:01 EST
  25. I just sent a comment and noticed that I made an error in my spelling of SHOCKED........
    Saw the interview on CNN today re the case.

    ROSLYN KRAUSE
    LA , ca US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 21:48:53 EST
  26. I had read the book several years ago and was highly schocked and angry that such a good for nothing person got away with murder. And the people that helped him get away with this are EVIL....
    Roslyn Krause
    Los Angeles , ca US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 21:44:51 EST
  27. I hope and pray justice will be served.
    God bless the Moxley family.

    Karen Flowers
    Jonesboro, Ar US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 21:37:37 EST
  28. Justice for Martha!
    Peace & Closure for Mrs. Moxley
    Kudos to FUHRMAN AND DUNNE!
    Skakel you're going down...

    Sammy
    ******, PA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 21:36:31 EST
  29. CONGRATULATIONS TO TEAM MOXLEY!
    Nina
    San Diego, CA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 21:33:45 EST
  30. Dear Mrs. Moxley, I didn't know your daughter, and sad to say, I wasn't even aware of her death. Today as I read the paper and read about her, and about you losing your daughter 25 years ago, and having to live with the killer(s) being free, I am sad, I hope that todays news, brings closure to Martha life for you......she and you deserve that........I am sorry for your loss.....I have no doubt that daily her life lives in you.......may God Bless you.........Margaret
    Margaret Dos Santos
    San Francisco, CA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 21:25:44 EST
  31. Dear friends and family of Martha it relieves me so to know that ou are one step closer to having justice served for Martha. May God bless you all and anyone else who helps Martha's cause.

    Sincerely,
    Amanda Tutunjian age20

    Amanda Tutunjian
    Madison, NJ US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 21:23:38 EST
  32. I was so pleased to hear that an arrest was made today in this case. I think that this was due to four people.

    First off to Martha's mom...she held on when everyone else brushed her off...I would hope that I too would have the strength and fortitude this wonderful woman has shown under the circumstances she has faced for 24 years.

    Second and Third: to the authors Dominque Dunne and mark Furhman. I have read excerpts from Ms. Dunne's book and she kept the flame alive for Martha.
    Mr Fuhrman also deserves credit for bringing up a subject that few of my generation ever knew of. When I first saw his book, I thought it would a bit flaky. I am so glad no that I read it...he brought forth enough interest fromthe public to see this day happen.

    And lastly to the webmaster of this site Mr. Alessi. I have returned tothis page since reading "Murder in Greenwich" and the hours he has put in on this site are enormous. I beleive that all of his work also lead to this day happening.

    Now that we have an arrest..let's get a conviction...Micheal Skakel might get off with a slap on the wrist but at least we will KNOW who did murdered Martha.

    If she was alive now..she would have children close to the age she was when she was murdered...such a sad loss just for a spoiled teenagers jealousy.

    shelley lozon
    Glencoe, ON Canada - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 21:23:36 EST
  33. To Martha Moxleys Mother,
    There are no words.


    Mrs. Carol Moore
    Dayton, Oh US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 21:21:32 EST
  34. I hope the solving of this senseless murder will bring a sense of closure to the Moxley family. While nothing can ever bring back this child to her family at least they can see justice served and the person who has been living with the knowledge they committed this crime for the past 24 years will now pay the price.
    Susan Slusher
    Charleston, WV US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 21:14:59 EST

  35. gail henry
    NYC, NY US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 21:14:08 EST
  36. Who of my generation (born 1973) would have heard of this case were it not for Mark Fuhrman's painstakingly researched volume...how fortunate for people of my generation to have witnessed today's events so soon after reading the heartbreaking events of Halloween eve, 1975. 25 years ... better late than never.

    Lee Fratantuono
    New York City, NY US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 21:03:05 EST

  37. Lee Fratantuon
    US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 21:01:01 EST
  38. It is high time!
    H. Champlin
    Bogart, Ga US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 20:56:22 EST

  39. Janet Bokamp
    Springfield, IL US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 20:48:12 EST
  40. It amazes me how once more the rich can get away if not in part in totality with murder.
    Scott Miller
    Wahiawa, HI US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 20:43:59 EST
  41. I'm so glad to hear of the arrest in this horrible case. I read Mark Furman's book and no matter how you feel about him, I believe he has brought needed attention to the case.

    I hope the Kennedy's cannot buy their way out of a fair trial for Martha.

    Mike Berry
    MISSION VIEJO, CA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 20:41:01 EST
  42. I truly hope the truth comes out in all this. You can rest assured that it WILL come out when the true killer faces GOD in the Judgement Day.
    Jim Cannon
    Chandler, Ok US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 20:33:50 EST
  43. I had some friends in school who had the pleasure of knowing Martha Moxley for the short time she attended the Montclair Elementary School in Oakland, California. They all had nice things to say about her back then and they still have nice things to say about her. We were in High School in Oakland when we heard of the sad news and the kids who knew her when she attended Montclair School were very upset and sad.

    Thomas_Grey
    Oakland, CA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 20:31:46 EST
  44. I hope that the Moxley's lawyer will try to convey to the jury (if there is one) what Michael Skakel took away from this girl and her family - marriage, family, a career. She would have given back to society more than this perverted rich boy.
    J. Spangler
    charlotte, nc US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 20:29:31 EST
  45. I hope and pray that justice will finally be served. To Mrs. Moxley, I can't even imagine the pain that you must have felt for the past 24 years. God bless you and don't give up hope!!
    jean
    GA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 20:26:04 EST
  46. I have read the book written by Mark Furman and I have to agree with him. I think Michael Skakel is guilty of murder and I think it was a coverup because he was in someways tied to the Kennedy family. I also think the police in that town didn't know what to do because they were not trained in murder. I hope that this Michael will stand trial for this murder and be found guilty and go to prison for a long time. This murder has been coverup long enough and its time for Martha's mother and brother to have some peace.
    phyllis moore
    florence, sc US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 20:24:22 EST
  47. I am an attorney. I have been a prosecutor. I now represent criminal defendants. I have read the books by Mark Furman and Timothy Dumas. I wish to read the findings of the grand juror, Judge Thim. I understand that they were to be released today. If they are available here, I hope to read them as soon as possible.

    I hope for a fair trial and a just verdict.

    Paul Mishkin

    Paul Mishkin
    Brighton, MA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 20:24:04 EST
  48. My Heart goes out to the family and i am glad that justice will be done.. A lot of years have gone by with pain and suffering and now maybe the family can be at peace.. May God Bless you Mrs.Moxley, you are a strong women.. Keep your faith and the memory of your beloved daughter alive..
    God Bless You.........

    JoAnn
    Birmingham, Al US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 20:21:38 EST
  49. Fry, Skakel, fry. Mickey Sherman is a sleazeball representing
    a sleazeball. Praise to everyone who wouldn't let this case go away.

    Alan Williams
    Floyd, VA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 20:13:13 EST
  50. Martha Moxley sounds like she was a delightful young woman and she deserved better than what happened to her. May her murderer be brought to justice and may her family obtain closure and peace. My prayers are with the family and friends of Martha.
    Bonnie Davis
    Mission Viejo, CA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:57:43 EST

  51. Joyce Lee
    Prineville, OR US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:57:21 EST
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    Joel S/
    scottsdale, az US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:56:55 EST
  53. If this isn't another sickening example of how money, power, and status mean everything, then I don't know what is! If Michael had been some poor kid in New York City, he would have been convicted of the murder immediately! Also, The Greenwich Police Department sure messed this one up! They obviously did not know how to handle a crime such as a murder, and should have called in the FBI at once! All of that is hindsight now and it's great to hear that Micheal finally had the human decency to surrender himself to the police. My heart and prayers go out to Martha's family and friends. She was a beautiful girl whose life was cut short! But in the end, justice will preveil!
    Kristine
    CT US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:56:30 EST
  54. Fight the good fight.
    John Gianoli III
    Metairie, LA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:54:10 EST
  55. My heart goes out to you The Moxley Family.My thought`s and prayers are with all of you,and that your family will get justice prevailed on behalf of your daughter.You have my deepest sympathy.God Bless you all.
    Nyoka Bunton
    AR US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:49:51 EST
  56. To the family and friends of Martha Moxley, and also to Mark Fuhrman and Dominick Dunne--
    I have prayed for this for years. There is no doubt that the publicity on this issue by the Dunne and Fuhrman books *alone* has been torturing these people, and I hope it just gets worse. Not only was the act committed by the teens heinous, but the cover-up by all the adults involved is just as much a crime to me. May they all get their just desserts.

    Michelle Morse
    Valrico, FL US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:46:23 EST
  57. Loosing a child in such a manner must have and still be very diffecult. How can someone that does something like that walk the earth with a clear conscience?
    If it is Michael Skakel god help him..

    And God Bless you Mrs. Moxley

    Dan Gleason
    East Hartford, CT US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:40:27 EST
  58. It still amazes that anyone who murders, can walk around and act like they have done nothing wrong. Just think if Michael had confessed when he was 15, he might of been able to make a positive contribution to the world after serving time.
    And to Dorothy - many blessings to you. I admire you for your strength and patience through the years.

    Ramona
    R. Cucamonga, CA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:32:09 EST
  59. Regardless of what the courts do or what they don't do, the LORD will punish the guilty. My prayers our with you and yours. God Bless.
    Wayne Mize
    Knoxville, Tn US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:31:00 EST
  60. Apparently Mickey Sherman reads this Guestbook, so I guess I'm adressing this to him. How can you defend this man? You should be ashamed of yourself, it is obvious he is a nut job who took the life of a young girl who was unable to go to her prom, go to college, get married, and have children. When defense attorney's like yourself and the so called "Dream Team" protect the guilty, remember you too will one day have to answer to your maker. SHAME ON YOU!!!!!!!!!Dear Mrs Moxley and John may God Bless You Both
    Dee
    Port Chester, NY US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:30:28 EST
  61. I am David Moxley's first cousin and have followed this story with great interest. I hope it can come to closure.
    Marilyn Helmreich
    Fort Collins, Co US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:28:23 EST
  62. I Empathize with this family. There is nothing more painful in life than loosing a child. I know, my 16 yr. old daughter died 13 yrs. ago,the pain never goes away.All I can say Mrs. Moxely is cherish you're memories, and may justice be FINALLY served!!!!
    Judie A. O'Meara
    Mankato, Mn US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:27:35 EST
  63. a mother's love for her daughter burn's deep in her heart forever. your daughter is at peace now and i think justice
    will come to and end now. god bless you,a mother that didn't give up.

    corinne
    US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:23:18 EST
  64. God bless you for having the strength to keep this story in front of the public for all of these years....justice will be served. My thoughts and prayers are with Marthas family.
    Jane M. Kemp
    Saint Paul, MN US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:22:47 EST
  65. Just saw the 5:00 news and could not believe it!!!! Hope he gets exactly what he deserves. May Martha finally receive a small measure of justice.
    Deborah Marrs
    Crossett , AR US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:21:41 EST
  66. I hope and pray that justice will "finally" prevail for you and your family. I hope "Money" and "Power" will not get "The Guilty" off "Again!!!!
    Marilyn S. Morrison
    Austell, GA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:19:25 EST
  67. I hope one day you will know the truth.
    Larry Wallace
    US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:10:26 EST
  68. Mark Furhman was right about O.J. and I think that he is right about the killer of Martha. Good luck and may he live a long life and die in prison. Hopefully, the inmates can get to more than "first or second base" with him!!! Paybacks are HELL !!!!
    Steve
    Galesburg, Il US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:09:09 EST
  69. Mark Furhman was right about O.J. and I think that he is right about the killer of Martha. Good luck and may he live a long life and die in prison. Hopefully, the inmates can get to more than "first or second base" with him!!! Paybacks are HELL !!!!
    Steven A. Winkler
    Galesburg, Il US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:07:47 EST
  70. How awful it must be to have had to wait this long for an arrest. Well, at least justice will be served in this case -- even if it has taken this long for an arrest. My prayers are with the family and friends of Martha Moxley -- from what I have read, she seemed like a wonderful person. I hope her memory will always endure in the hearts of her friends and family. God Bless.
    Elizabeth
    Columbia, Md US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:05:09 EST
  71. I went to Greenwich High School and Martha would have been in our graduating class. I did not know here personally but knew several of her friends who said nothing but good things about her. It is unfortunate that Greenwich Cops spent more time writing traffic tickets and eating donuts instead of learning how to do their job. After reading all the books and articles on the case, it is really digusting to learn of all the screw up's! We hope you fry Michael!
    Steve K
    Dallas, TX US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:03:24 EST

  72. Stev
    US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:03:18 EST
  73. Dear Mrs Moxley,

    I recently became aware of this unfortunate story via A Murder in Greenwich. I feel how weak and fruitless my words are in my attempt to offer you my most sincer condolences in a loss so overwhelming.

    While I grew up in a town just over the CT boarder, I never had the pleasure of assoicating with your daughter. However, after reviewing this web site she has touched my heart and I can't help but feel sadden by the cercumstances which have taken place over the past 25 years.

    Martha sounds like an extrodinary person who could have impacted society in a very positive way. While we anguish her departure, let us not focus on the person she wanted to be, but rather the person she was.

    As for you, Mrs. Moxley, I admire your bravery, persistence and determination over this past quarter of a century. Your will to endure and hang in there dispite everything that has surface is truly remarkable. You push on in the face of great difficulty for the respect of your daughter, Martha.

    I hope you find my words comforting on your road to justice.

    Respectfully,
    Rich


    rich palombo
    putnam valley, ny US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:03:09 EST
  74. I went to Greenwich High School and Martha would have been in our graduating class. I did not know here personally but knew several of her friends who said nothing but good things about her. It is unfortunate that Greenwich Cops spent more time writing traffic tickets and eating donuts instead of learning how to do their job. After reading all the books and articles on the case, it is digusting to learn of all the screw up's! We hope you fry Michael!
    Steve K
    Dallas, TX US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 19:01:29 EST
  75. I've just now heard of this case. I was only one year old when it happened, but seeing her picture in the news really touched me. I just wanted you all to know that my heart goes out to you. She is in a wonderful place now - may she rest in peace. God Bless...
    Amber A. Heise
    Sacramento, CA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 18:50:42 EST
  76. My prayers are with you and your family. I now that justice
    will be done. if not in this world it will be in heaven because God will ponesh how ever did this. God bless you.

    Mayra Lopez
    Arecibo, PR US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 18:46:20 EST
  77. I came to this site from a link on CNN. This is an interesting case.
    Tammy
    Dallas, TX US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 18:44:26 EST
  78. Kennedy or no Kennedy, affluent or less affluent ... justice will be served. This immoral and extreme malice is cruel and undeserved. We wish the Moxley family and friends the best and comfort in the beginning of some closure.
    Kari Habeck
    Greenwich, CT US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 18:42:55 EST
  79. Mrs. Moxley -congratulations! you are an inspriration to me as I have prayed for a day like this in the unsolved murder of Mike Margaret/Donna Hall case in Henrico County VA. I hope all of law enforcement will use this as an example for years to come to not give up as the years go by and the leads go dry. Thank You for keeping Martha's memory alive and giving new hope to others in the same situation.
    beth weber
    Richmond, Va US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 18:40:16 EST
  80. May justice be served....and let it be known that money cannot buy freedom. Please rest in peace, Martha.

    Chun

    Chun Ng
    Los Angeles, CA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 18:38:48 EST
  81. I am so glad that something is finally coming together on this sad and senseless loss of a young girl's life. Too many times, those with "protected" lives get away with wrongdoing. I think Mark Fuhrman did a lot to bring this tragedy to the attention of the public. I want to send support and encouragement to the Moxley family, they have never given up, and they deserve justice. Keep up the good work on this website. Sincerely, Deborah Papernik, Librarian
    Deborah Papernik
    nj US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 18:36:37 EST
  82. 1/19/2000 CONGRATULATIONS on todays new. I have been following this case since I had the chance to read the books by Thomas Dumas and Mark Furman and knew it was a matter of time when justice would prevail!!! My respect and prayers to Mrs. Moxley.
    Kim Milgazo
    pt. pleasant, nj US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 18:35:10 EST
  83. I hope that justice is finally served in this case. I do find it hard to believe that Mark Furhman's word was taken over anything the other investigators had found. My prayers go to the family and I hope they find closure.
    jenny stokes
    wingate, nc US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 18:31:00 EST
  84. Well, considering that the Kennedy family legacy was built upon criminal acts, I am not surprised that the senior Kennedy's kids, grandkids, etc. follow in his footsteps. They only make attempts at serving the community to cover up their illicit behavior. They deserve the same punishment that any other american who makes a mistake gets!
    JH
    US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 18:29:28 EST

  85. jenny stokes
    US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 18:28:05 EST
  86. I HOPE YOU FIND JUSTICE.
    BRENT JACKSON
    OKLAHOMA, OK US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 18:24:54 EST
  87. My mistake. The culprit was William Kennedy Smith, not Patrick.
    Frederick P. Schiffley, II
    Grayslake, IL US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 18:24:22 EST
  88. I hope you get justice. I used to live just down the street from Patricia Bowman in Jupiter, Florida and she was a wonderful lady and mother. The Kennedy money bought Patrick Kennedy Smith's acquittal in his brutal rape of Patricia. One of the jurors even ended up marrying the defense attorney. I watched the Kennedy family manipulate the judicial system in Palm Beach County, even buying an old station wagon to drive to the courthouse in so they wouldn't look "rich" in the newscasts. Good luck. I'll be praying for you!
    Frederick P. Schiffley, II
    Grayslake, IL US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 18:19:50 EST
  89. Having seen shows about this murder, it seems a tragedy that it has taken 25 years to begin action against Skakel. Martha was a beautiful young woman. My condolences, although 25 years later, are offered to all those who were close to her.
    M. Moss
    Kansas City, MO US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 18:16:29 EST
  90. We all know what happens when you refuse sexual favors to
    powerful politicos or horny little rich kids from wealthy
    famalies. I truly pray your family has the wealth to see
    that justice is done, sorrowfully that's what it takes.

    Robert C. Bauman
    Spartanburg, SC US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 18:08:25 EST
  91. God bless you all! What a nightmare. It also makes you think that eventually Jon Benet Ramsey can rest in peace, too! Both families are in my prayers. Too Sad.
    Cheri Sitton
    Tulsa, OK US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 18:06:33 EST
  92. This story is so sad because of the terrible cost to those who had to go on. This is not about Kennedy's or rich families or bad investigations. Its about the brutal and tragic end to a young life. This is about what we all lose whenever the potential of one of our children is taken from us. Each year we are robbed of the potential of thousands of Martha Moxleys and we owe it to each other to find those responsble. In the end, no matter how this turns out, we should not forget the brief shinning momment in time that all the Martha Moxleys brightened our lives.
    RA Beyer
    Marinette, WI US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 18:03:58 EST
  93. Our prayers go out to the Moxley family and all their friends. With hope, justice will prevail and those who are guilty will get what they so richly deserve.
    Heather
    Richmond, va US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 18:00:51 EST
  94. I have followed this case for years..and I am not surprised by what happened today. Having worked in special education for the emotionally distrubed for twenty years, I see the high coorlation between killing animals and hurting/killing humans...any research supports this.
    Heather Keith
    Cincinnati, OH US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 17:57:14 EST
  95. My mom was Martha's neighbor, and I spent my childhood in the house where Martha lived. I hope Mrs. Moxley can finally have some closure now. My mom, Heather Harrison, thought Mrs. Moxley was a wonderful woman. Sincerely, Heather Hurley
    Heather Hurley
    Burlington, CT US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 17:50:45 EST
  96. I recently became aware of this case when I was doing a search for "MOXLEY" on the Internet. I trust that today's news of the arrest will begin to bring closure to this tragic loss. May God add His Peace to all of the families and friends involved as post-arrest legalities play out; and may truth and justice come forth.
    Rod Moxley
    Oregon City, OR US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 17:45:37 EST
  97. Hope they burn those demented rich brats!!!!!
    Donna K.
    Brooklyn, NY US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 17:35:15 EST
  98. I would like to see the truth come out and especially to
    see justice in this case. This is long overdue, in my
    opinion, and my heart goes out to Martha's family. What a
    sad way to lose a precious child..and to go on so long with
    no closure.

    Danette Wiehl
    Tampa, FL US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 17:31:52 EST
  99. Good Luck and may GOD BLESS I know this still has to be hard for you.
    Buddy French
    New Market, Tn US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 17:20:07 EST
  100. Gasssp!
    Roderick Dimoff
    Seattle, WA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 17:14:48 EST
  101. From the looks of it, it seems that 25 years has left
    a trail, while cold and difficult to follow, still leads to
    an answer. Hopefully all parties involved have the facts right and
    has enough to get a conviction. I would hate for this to
    end up getting buried now as it did in 1975.

    William A. Wilhite, Sr
    St. Paul, Mn US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 16:56:09 EST
  102. MY GOD BLESS THAT THE KILLER BE BROUGHT TO JUSTICE.
    SHARONDA FARRIS
    SHREVEPORT, LA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 16:55:17 EST
  103. May your suffering finally be over, I pray they have arrested the right person in this murder case. My hopes and prayers are with you...
    Carry Hicks
    Baton Rouge, LA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 16:30:02 EST
  104. I think it is about time the Greenwich police did something about arresting Mr. Skakel. It seems just because you have money and connections in this country you can get away with murder.
    Linda Thornberg
    Orange, CT US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 16:28:38 EST

  105. Megan
    Millbury, US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 16:26:32 EST
  106. To The Moxley Family: I pray that there is a conviction and admission in the very sad case. But I must say, given the Kennedy "name," it seems an unlikely scenario. Wm Kennedy-Smith got away with rape. God Bless You, Sincerely
    Cynthia Dyson
    Hoboken, NJ US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 16:26:01 EST
  107. Having gone through the eighth grade with Martha in Piedmont, Ca. I have watched this case closely. I have never forgotten the sense of loss and shock I felt the day I heard she was murdered. I hope this recent turn of events will give her mother, brother and the rest of her family some closure on this tragedy.
    John Quantz
    Piedmont, Ca US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 16:24:14 EST
  108. I hope we can get some justice around here, and keep MONEY out of it!!
    Ramon Gaanderse
    Greenwich, CT US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 16:14:48 EST

  109. Robert morford
    ypsilanti, mi US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 16:08:19 EST
  110. May justice prevail.
    Patty
    Phoenix, Az US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 16:00:58 EST
  111. Finally!!! Dorthy & John, the road to justice for Martha has been a long one. All of your friends out here who have always held a special place in our hearts for Martha are thrilled about the events over the last year, and especially the last 24 hours. Much love to you both!


    K. Allen
    Mtn. View, CA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 15:58:03 EST
  112. good luck! hope they convict the SOB...GOD BLESS
    brett johnson
    san antonio, tx US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 15:53:36 EST
  113. May God grant you the closure to this case that you so greatly
    deserve.

    Michelle Ooten
    Pataskala, OH US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 15:51:40 EST
  114. i would like to see him rot in jail!
    georgios katsaros
    korinthos,greece, gr - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 15:16:24 EST
  115. My heart goes out to Mrs.Moxley, and my hope and prayers are that justice will finally prevail and that she has clo-
    sure.

    Vanessa Keselowski
    Blaine, Wa US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 15:16:22 EST
  116. I work in Greenwich and have become very familiar with this story. At what point do we stop allowing wealth/name from interfering with justice - Michael should turn himself in. If there were any morals in this family this matter would have been cleared up and justice done many years ago. Let the Moxley family have closure on this and for that matter the Skakel family too, assuming any of them have been bothered by the deep secrets they have kept and protected.
    Regardless of age then or now, Michael must be dealt the punishment for his crime.

    Vada M England
    Tarrytown, NY US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 14:50:09 EST
  117. After all is said and done in this kingdom on earth,
    justice will prevail. May God continue to shine His light upon the darkness.

    Carmen Figueroa
    US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 14:36:42 EST
  118. I sure hope justice will be done in this case. How do you try a 39 yr old man as a 15 yr old juvenile. They just tried an 11 yr old as an adult, so why not a 15 yr old. Dont hold your breath that this will be any thing more than a slap on the wrist if it gets that far.

    Chris Griffin
    Lakeside, Ca US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 14:09:05 EST
  119. I was a fellow classmate of Martha's at Greenwich High and we rode the bus home together. She was always so cheerful and kind. She was a terrific person. I am praying and hoping you find the person that did this.
    Makay Boyd
    Chatsworth, CA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 14:01:48 EST
  120. I hope that justice will be served
    MOUSSALLI
    PARIS /FRANCE , - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 14:01:06 EST
  121. I hope that justice will be served
    MOUSSALLI
    PARIS /FRANCE , US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 13:59:39 EST
  122. I've done a good deal of reading on the Murder of
    Martha Moxley. I hope to see this case resolved soon.
    Martha's family deserves justice.

    Craig Burns
    North Andover, Ma US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 13:57:18 EST
  123. My mother always says "what goes around comes around" and I truly believe the killer will be found and the Moxley's can have some closure to this so unfortunate happening, God Bless....
    Marcia Cohan
    north chelmsford, ma US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 13:55:19 EST
  124. I was the paperboy for the Moxley's and the Skakel's around
    the time of the murder. I hope that the Moxley family can
    finally find peace after all these years. This has always
    been a sad and disturbing part of our collective past.

    Andrew
    Lowville, ny US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 13:11:30 EST
  125. I certainly hope this case doesn't wind up like the O.J. Simpson case did!!! A very terrible case of racial injustice!!! on the jury's side!!! I never heard anything about this case in our local newspaper probably becaus
    Richar Lavender
    Fallon , NV US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 13:06:12 EST
  126. I can only hope that Micheal is now feeling some of the fear that he inflicted on Martha. If he were any kind of a man, he would confess to end the family's pain, and atone for what he did with his life. I can feel no mercy or compassion for him just as he felt none when he destroyed the beauty and innocence that was Martha.
    Jonathan
    Atlanta, Ga US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 13:02:34 EST
  127. Martha and I was born in the same year, 1960. I have followed this case with great interest. I am so happy Michael Skakel is going to be arrested. I pray now that Mrs. Moxley will finally be able to get some sense of closure.
    Robbie Roy
    Birmingham, AL US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 12:40:44 EST
  128. WORK VERY HARD AND SOLVE .GOOD LUCK
    LUIS MELEDEZ
    GUAYAMA, PR US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 12:40:28 EST
  129. I HOPE AND PRAY THAT THIS IS THE RIGHT CLOSURE YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR. GOD DOES WORK IN THE MOST MYSTERIOUS WAYS. MARTHA MUST BE SMILING DOWN ON YOU AND HER BROTHER. MY THOUGHT'S AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU ALWAYS.
    cathy treanor
    dearborn, mi US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 12:21:05 EST
  130. God bless you and your family. Finally, maybe some closure to such a horrific crime. The worst thing a person can endure is the loss of a child, but when it is such a horrific loss it makes it much worse. I hope justice WILL be served.

    Karen Rand
    Pittsfield, MA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 11:50:38 EST
  131. Perhaps there is justice in Connecticut after all!! I hope there is closure to this case soon, and that the truth finally comes out.
    Stacy S.
    Houston, TX US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 11:38:03 EST
  132. I first became interested in this case whenthe story aired on TV several years ago. I continued to follow when I heard an interview with Mark Furhman in radio and was thrilled to hear of todays impending arrest based on the one man Grand Jury finding. My heart and prayers go out to the Moxley family. I have two little girls and can not imagine the pain you have suffered. Good Luck
    John Woolf
    Jackson, NJ US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 11:35:42 EST
  133. I looks like justice will finally be served!!
    Nancy Peardon
    Los Angeles, CA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 11:31:18 EST
  134. I was very intrigued by this story since I was born the same
    year as Martha. I have a daughter myself and couldn't imagine
    loosing her to such a horrible act. I know that justice will
    be serviced and the killer will be convicted. I admire you
    for never giving up,as I always say "What goes around comes around"
    and now it's the killer's time to pay.

    Terri Bozarth
    Lorton, VA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 11:19:23 EST
  135. I pray you will, after all these years, have justice. The thoughts of many are with you.
    T. Bell
    Edmonton, AB Canada - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 10:49:19 EST
  136. I pray that your family will get some closure soon and thus begin the healing process.
    gina
    New Britain, CT US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 10:39:37 EST
  137. Mark Fuhrman was right about OJ and he is right about this. May justice prevail so Martha can rest in peace. She was a sweet angel.
    Steven Travis
    Ossining, NY US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 10:33:50 EST
  138. I've read both books and have always thought that the Skakel boys have gotten away with murder. I think that both of them were involved and with their fathers help have been able to evade their responsibilities. I pray that the prosecutors will have the gumption to follow through and shine the light on an inept police department and a crooked and selfish family and bring justice to the Moxley family, once and for all!
    Jannene Maudlin
    Richmond, KY US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 10:32:35 EST
  139. As I was finishing the book -- Murder in Greenwich, a newscaster made the announcement of the warrant issued for the arrest of Michael Skakel. I was dumbfounded, yet excited that perhaps justice will be served at last. My prayers go forth to Martha's family and friends.
    Pam Chase
    dover, de US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 10:29:20 EST
  140. I am glad to see some closure may come to this case, hopefully the guilty
    person will pay for the crime.

    Paige Garner
    Winston-Salem, NC US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 10:00:24 EST
  141. After reading this story i am so amazed at the length of time to solve this murder,looks as tho.it will also happen that way on the jon boney case.very sad it takes so long for justice to be served in some cases
    Betty Hays
    Henryetta , Ok. US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 09:59:20 EST
  142. Good luck
    Michelle R. Ingram
    Jacksonville, il US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 09:58:29 EST
  143. I hope this guy gets his just desserts. What a horrible way to die. They should do the same thing to him as he did to Martha. May this bring the family a little bit of peace.
    Angela Peloquin
    Keene, NH US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 09:52:42 EST

  144. Kerri Donnell
    Midwest City, OK US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 09:50:39 EST
  145. I hope a closure of this case is soon.

    sleigh53
    temple, tx US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 09:49:43 EST
  146. Hurrah! Perhaps justice will finally be done!!! God bless Martha and her family.
    Mary DeSimone
    Houston, TX US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 09:35:03 EST
  147. My deepest sympathys and I believe that no one should get away
    with murder so even after 25 yrs I hope they catch the asshole.

    Gina Moore
    Bronx, NY US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 09:27:24 EST
  148. May Martha's spirit now be at rest with the Lord.
    Pamela Danner
    Haverhill, MA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 09:26:30 EST
  149. I pray that the Moxley family will finally see justice administered in this tragic case. I hope God has healed their hearts and provided comfort to them through these years. Martha has not been forgotten, nor will she ever be.
    John Young
    Memphis, TN US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 09:25:53 EST
  150. Justice will prevail. Best wishes to the Moxley family and Martha's friends.
    Mary Harding
    Puerto de Santa Maria, Spain - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 09:12:08 EST
  151. Mrs. Moxley, My Prayers are with you. I hope that some closer will come your way soon.
    Melissa Perry
    Hanover, MD US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 09:05:55 EST
  152. Jan. 19, 2000
    I'm so happy for Dorothy Moxley today. Maybe she can finally be at peace with Michael Skakel arrested.

    Laurie Novakowski
    Cos Cob, CT US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 08:53:38 EST
  153. Thanks to all those who never gave up...or caved in.
    Annette L. Peloquin
    Chicopee, MA US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 08:53:30 EST
  154. Dear Mrs. Moxley,

    Early this morning on Eyewitness News, David Novarro reported that an arrest was imminent in Martha's unsolved murder. It is with great joy that I write this, as they have named Michael Skakel as the number one suspect. All your efforts have paid off. Maybe all your questions will be answered. Whether Michael is quilty or innocent, at least, for the first time, in almost 25 years, you will know what happened to your baby that horrible night. This will not be an easy thing, but you can finally achieve some form of closure. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Sincerely,

    Cindy Sproul

    Cindy Sproul
    Oakdale, NY US - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 @ 06:23:51 EST
  155. Message to John Fredericks (alias). I am interested in hearing about the ELAN School and your experiences. In your message you said that one should email you for info. about it. What is your email address? Please post it.
    Ramrod
    US - Tuesday, January 18, 2000 @ 23:53:04 EST
  156. Drudge Report says it will be an arrest. Thank God.
    tr
    ny, ny USA - Tuesday, January 18, 2000 @ 23:33:49 EST
  157. I have followed this case since reading Dunne's book-went on to read Fhurman's and Dumas'-there is no excuse for this not to have been solved other than an inexperienced pd, and rich, influential suspects. I really hope it's solved soon-look forward to announcement.
    A. Lowther
    tulsa, ok US - Tuesday, January 18, 2000 @ 23:07:47 EST
  158. I did not know of Martha until seeing Mark Furhman on TV talking about the story. Having followed the Simpson/Goldman murders fairly closely and witnessing the injustice those families came to face, I was facinated by the story Mark Fuhrman was telling. I picked up the book the next day, and have faithfully checked in for the latest news ever since. Along with all of these other folks I will be praying for the Moxley's tonight... I hope that Dorothy finds strength in all of us who think about her every single day!
    Chelle` Scott-Knudsen
    Vancouver, WA US - Tuesday, January 18, 2000 @ 22:59:01 EST
  159. My Best wishes to the Moxley Family. I hope the guilty will be uncovered. I feel that any punishment administered could never be enough.
    Peter Freedman
    Purchase, NY US - Tuesday, January 18, 2000 @ 22:02:47 EST
  160. I hope and pray that justice will finally prevail tommorow for the Moxley family. After reading Mark Fuhrman's book, I could not believe that this city of wealth would let this young girl's murder go unsolved for so long.
    Debbie
    Rye, NY US - Tuesday, January 18, 2000 @ 20:41:52 EST
  161. I hope and pray that justice will finally prevail tommorow for the Moxley family. After reading Mark Fuhrman's book, I could not believe that this city of wealth would let this young girl's murder go unsolved for so long.
    Debbie
    Rye, NY US - Tuesday, January 18, 2000 @ 20:41:39 EST
  162. I hope and pray that justice prevails tommorow and Mrs. Moxley will see her daughters murderer brought to justice. It is unfortunate that it had to take all these years.
    Deborah
    Larchmont, NY US - Tuesday, January 18, 2000 @ 20:36:11 EST
  163. As we approach the press conference tomorrow, I wish the Moxley family good news and justice.

    Remember, Ricci created the atmosphere for future Skakel's. We need Furhmans , Dunnes and Curleys to expose the
    pyschopathic personalites of our fututre times. Beware of ducks in raincoats.

    Ben
    US - Tuesday, January 18, 2000 @ 20:00:19 EST
  164. I am a detective supervisor in a small town, unfortunately with more experience in homicides than Greenwich. I've made Mark Fuhrman's book required reading for my investigators, lest we ever make mistakes like those. My prayers are with you, and I hope for the best in the pending report from Judge Thims.
    Mark Miller
    Duarte, CA US - Monday, January 17, 2000 @ 18:48:09 EST
  165. This is such a unjust situation. I read Mark's book and it appears once again the wealthy have enough money to walk away from a murder
    Mary Ferrall
    Riverside, Ca US - Monday, January 17, 2000 @ 17:20:36 EST
  166. I am currently reading Murder in Greenwich, the story of Martha's murder just breaks my heart.
    Jennifer
    Shawnee, KS US - Sunday, January 16, 2000 @ 21:52:20 EST
  167. I have been following this case in the news and on the internet for a long time. Mrs. Moxley, I pray for your daily strength and sincerely hope the person responsible for this will be brought to justice.
    J.James
    US - Sunday, January 16, 2000 @ 21:28:45 EST
  168. read all the articles and am truley sorry nothing has been resolved in this case dont give up whomever did this will someday be held accountable
    michael mckenzie
    neptune, nj US - Sunday, January 16, 2000 @ 17:47:16 EST
  169. As we grow closer to the Judge's decision, let us keep in our hearts mercy and justice for all...guilty or innocent...but isn't that convenient for me to say...I'm not the one with the loss...after witnessing this injustice...I can only hope hat justice will prevail..and mercy is left to God.
    Publisher
    US - Saturday, January 15, 2000 @ 20:59:37 EST
  170. My thoughts and prayers go out to Marthas family. The tragedy struck lots of people. She'll always be in our hearts.
    Ami Green
    cosby, tn US - Wednesday, February 20, 2036 @ 19:39:54 EST
  171. My heart goes out to you all. I hope the news will be good news, and you can rest. You've been through so much.
    Carol Gatesh
    Marina, Ca. US - Friday, January 14, 2000 @ 19:44:40 EST
  172. What a terrible tragedy this was- will they ever convict the killer?
    Raina
    Gibsonia, PA US - Friday, January 14, 2000 @ 16:33:32 EST
  173. I hope that one day they find the person who did this, I imagine they know, but are having a difficult time getting enough evidence. Take care and know you are thought of often by many, many people.
    sandi
    Las Vegas, NV US - Thursday, January 13, 2000 @ 23:07:15 EST
  174. To Marthas' Family,
    I am so sorry for your loss. I have followed the story for years and will continue to pray that one day, Justice will be done.
    My heart aches for you Dorothy Moxley.
    God Bless........Linda

    Linda Brumfield
    Portland, OR US - Tuesday, January 11, 2000 @ 16:03:04 EST
  175. Forget about Mark Furmans book, Tim Dumas is the man. This book was right on and it's scary about how right on this guy was.
    Rob Burrows
    Lake Forest, Il US - Monday, January 10, 2000 @ 23:18:11 EST
  176. Lately I have been reading about the case. I first read "A Season in Purgatory", and know I am amidst the middle of "Murder in Greenwich". I live in Westchester County and I use to think it was safe, now I don't even think we can truly trust anyone, not even our neighbors. I really hope that someday this case will end on a good note and that Martha Moxley will be able to Rest in Peace.
    Jessica Barney
    NY US - Sunday, January 09, 2000 @ 19:33:30 EST
  177. I hope this is ended soon . The guilty party is known I agree with Mark Furman.
    warren frattarola
    greenwich, ct US - Sunday, January 09, 2000 @ 12:12:47 EST
  178. I read Marthas story in crimelibrary.com which led me to read Dominick Dunnes book.....facinating...yet so tragic, I'm planning to read Furmans book next and anxiously await the grand jurys verdict. Bless you Mrs. Moxley....I beleive the end to your suffering is near....at least the "who done it" part of your suffering
    Karen
    CA US - Friday, January 07, 2000 @ 19:18:06 EST

  179. myrna garza
    houston, tx US - Wednesday, January 05, 2000 @ 01:33:02 EST
  180. My brother-in-law told be about this case and I'm just starting to read up on it.
    Pattie Nee
    US - Monday, January 03, 2000 @ 23:28:58 EST
  181. I must say that Joe Ricci, while his intentions are good, is a VERY sick man. I'm a former Elan student who is furious with my treatment there and wish I hadn't been so deceived into believing some of their idiotic therapeutic concepts. They are NOT qualified to treat an adolescent, even as recently as 1996. If you are the parent of a troubled teen, please don't send your kid there without e-mailing me first.
    John Fredericks (alias)
    US - Monday, January 03, 2000 @ 14:16:17 EST
  182. as a nyc police officer i am shocked and saddened that such a travesty of justice could ever occur, as a parent it is such an unthinkable tragedy i only hope and pray your family will find the justice and closure you so richly deserve as i know peace of mind was lost many years ago please contact me via e mail if i could ever be of any service
    Paul M. Infante
    bronx, ny US - Monday, January 03, 2000 @ 14:06:05 EST
  183. I just finished reading Mark Fuhrman's book. It was a terrible tragedy followed by travesties and cover-ups. Of course, eternal justice will come to M. Skakel when he stands before his maker, but perhaps temporal justice will also be attained as well.
    Ron Sparks
    Dayton, OH US - Monday, January 03, 2000 @ 13:12:13 EST
  184. DEAR MRS. MOXLEY, I CONTINUE TO READ EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS HORRIBLE MURDER FOR THE PAST 24 YEARS! I WAS A GOOD FRIEND OF JOHNS AT THE TIME OF THE MURDER, AT GREENWICH HIGH SCHOOL. I WOULD LIKE TO BE IN CONTACT WITH HIM SICE WE HAVEN'T SPOKEN OR SEEN EACH OTHER SINCE ABOUT 1976. I HAVE A BEAUTIFUL DAUGHTER NOW THAT IS THE SAME AGE MARTHA WAS WHEN SHE WAS KILLED. IT BREAKS MY HEART TO THINK OF HER AND I KNOW SOMEDAY YOU AND ALL OF US WILL HAVE SOME CLOSURE TO THIS HORRIFIC CRIME. PLEASE SEE IF JOHN WILL EMAIL ME, I'D RATHER NOT GIVE MY FULL NAME ON THIS SIGHT. LOVE, SUE
    SUE
    WESTON, FL US - Monday, January 03, 2000 @ 08:31:02 EST
  185. I've always been fascinated with the Kennedy family, and have read many books on them. My last Kennedy book was "The Other Mrs. Kennedy", which focuses on Ethel Kennedy, as well as the entire Skakel family. I was mortified at the things that I read in that book. It seems pretty obvious to me that wealth and a powerful family name can get you out of just about anything. These people (Skakels) are just as bad as their counterparts (the Kennedy's). The only difference is that the Kennedy's were in the political spotlight. The Kennedys' (Ethel included) only concern was keeping their name out of the spotlight. Beyond that, they (the majority of the Kennedy's) could care less about anyone but themselves. I've learned through an intense amount of reading that the Skakel's weren't brought up with alot of love and discipline, and there were never any consequenses for their actions. Their parents were away for months at the time, with basically no one supervising the kids. They just ran wild, and no one cared. They grew up believing that they were above the law, all because of their wealth, power, and prestige. I hope that your daughter, Martha, gets justice. After 25 years, she deserves it, as well as yourself and John. My heart and prayers go out to you. I'm glad that you have this website since I am so interested in the outcome of this case. I will definitely keep a check on the status of the case.
    Nicole Strickland-Boone
    US - Sunday, January 02, 2000 @ 19:39:39 EST
  186. Ricci created the atmosphere for future Moxley's. We need Furhmans , Dunnes and Curleys to expose the pyschopathic personalites of our fututre times. Beware of ducks in raincoats.
    Ben B.
    US - Saturday, January 01, 2000 @ 21:48:21 EST
  187. To the Moxley family: thank you for allowing me and Maura Curley and our book: DUCK IN A RAINCOAT: unauthorized portarit of Joe Ricci, to help advance the cause of justice in getting to the bottom of this. We sincerely hope that the year 2000 ie y2k won't end up meaning WHY NO JUSTICE? (yNOjustice) sincerest regards, Dan Bostdorf
    Dan Bostdorf
    st john, VI US - Saturday, January 01, 2000 @ 21:42:28 EST
  188. Mrs. Moxley and John: I think of your daughter and sister often. How sad you have had to go all these years without answers. I hope whoever did this to Martha is caught and put away for the rest of his life. Mark Fuhrman did an excellent job on his book, as I think he did in the O.J. Simpson case. He is a true detective, dedicated to his work and helping others. I feel you are lucky to have him on your daughters case. Please know I hope this "Hell" will end for you soon.
    Deb Forshee
    Midland, Mi US - Saturday, January 01, 2000 @ 20:48:37 EST

  189. Leah naillon
    Cosby, Tn US - Saturday, January 01, 2000 @ 15:00:16 EST