20 January 2000 only


  1. I can not imagine the loss that you have felt all these years. Hopefully, closure for you is soon to be. My daughter is now 21 years old, and as soon as I finish this, I am going to call her and tell her how that I love her.
    Kathleen
    Pine Grove, CA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 23:54:05 EST
  2. I pray Michael Skakel will be utterly found out and will pay. Your pain is felt so much as this whole episode in your life comes back to life at this time. Martha truly looked like such a warm and loving person. I pray that you will hang in there, Mrs. Moxley, and know there are many of us, from all over the U.S. that pray Michael Skakel will pay for this. Surely, her innocent spirit is with God.
    I will be following each and every bit of information I can on this. I am also from Connecticut and somehow this touches a part of me. Sincerely, Diane Kumor

    Diane Kumor
    Newton, ma US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 23:36:09 EST
  3. I do hope this nightmare finally ends for Martha's family.
    It is more than apparent that it should have been solved years ago. Maybe this time there will be justice.

    Barbara Bassett
    henderson, nv US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 23:34:19 EST
  4. Informative web site . . . thank you for providing the excellent background information I needed to augment tonight's
    A & E's documentary regarding the Moxley Murder. One wonders if, without the assistance of friends who refuse to forget, and without the assitance of a universal 'sounding board' such as your website, this case would ever have been actively reopened.
    Thank all gods for a never-ending determination to ensure justice in the name of a victim who cannot seek justice for herself. Bravo! You can certainly take pride in your perseverence.

    Donna Ramsay
    Kelowna, BC CanadaUS - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 23:19:11 EST
  5. It's about time! Let justice be served!!!!
    Patti D
    WI US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 22:34:59 EST
  6. I HAVE FOLLOWED THIS CASE FOR SEVERAL YEARS WITH GREAT INTEREST AND REALLY APPRECIATE A WEB SITE DEDICATED TO MARTHA AND FINDING HER KILLER.
    LETS HOPE THIS IS IT!!!!!

    JO ANNE ADAMS
    BROKEN ARROW, OK US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 21:52:42 EST
  7. Finally, after all these years,justice is about to be served. Mrs. Moxley, you are a wonderful woman...your perseverance, poise, and insight are nothing short of amazing. I truly admire you.

    Marcia
    Treasure Island, Fla US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 21:35:20 EST
  8. Living in California I only heard of this heinous crime two or three days ago.I hope after all this time justice is finally served.
    George H Penn MD
    Monterey, Ca US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 21:24:24 EST

  9. i hope that the punishment will fit the crime!

    janet faris
    ocean city, nj US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 21:20:02 EST
  10. i would just like to say that i hope they find marthas killer!
    kadi
    greenwich, ct US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 21:11:54 EST
  11. My heart goes out to the Moxley family, and I am praying for justice for Martha. Thank God there will finally at least be a trial so there can be some closure for the family. Dorthy Moxley is one of the strongest, bravest women I have ever seen to have endured what she has for the last 25 years. Your family is in my family's prayers.
    Leigh
    AL US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 20:58:02 EST
  12. Finally! Finally! I have no doubt that Mr. Skakel will receive a "kiss on the wrist" for this, but the arrest will be with him for the rest of his life. I am just Martha's age, and have been following the case avidly. My best to the Moxley family. May they know peace at last..
    Lorrie Watson
    Columbia, SC US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 20:29:35 EST
  13. I sincerely hope that this will bring some sort of close to the Moxley family. I read "A Season In Purgatory" and in faact just finished it only 2 weeks ago. My sympathy is with you. I work for an attorney in the State of South Carolina. I hope justice will be done after all these years.
    Denise B. McGraw
    Boiling Springs, SC US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 20:29:34 EST
  14. I am anxious to read the information I have found on this terrible tragety. Best wishes to all the family and friends.
    Laurie Jenkins
    Firth , ID US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 20:25:59 EST
  15. My fear is that there truly is a caste system in this country. The wealthy, middle-class [slowly on its way out], and, the poor. Wealthy persons can afford to pursue the letter of the law, to hire attorneys and special technicians that will help them to evade consequences if guilty. For the most part , the middle-class make attempts to afford justice. Whereas, the poor must rely on the spirit of the law ... and that is a huge gamble. Avoidance of consequences when guilty certainly does not build or represent noble character in an individual. If the poor watch the rich avoid consequences; and consequently, later enjoy and thrive in their lives; there has to emerge a bitter resentment about the inequality of the law and a distrust of the caretakers of law. The poor see that there is a chasm between the diverse lifestyles and they see the unfairness of it all. They are not stupid.
    When suppressed people can no longer tolerate the inequality they eventually rise up and protest one way or another. No wonder that people in this country are acting so wierd. There is contempt everywhere these days for basic virtues, moral conduct and just plain courtesy. No one values reciprocal respect anymore.
    I hope this case does not become one more insult to the intent of the laws of the United States. I cetainly hope that the guilty person does not thumb his nose at the intelligent citizens of this country because he has found a loophole of avoidance. My prayers are not only with your family, my prayers are for us all. Existentially, we are all involved and our rights as free and just persons are at stake.

    Dr D A Hanson
    Santa Monica, CA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 20:12:22 EST

  16. Rick Royer
    Spokane, wa US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 19:52:37 EST
  17. I May not see you,
    As you pass by.
    Your spirit I felt.
    I may not catch you,
    Should you fall from high.
    Never fear, to start again.
    I may not be there,
    When you reach a dream.
    Remember me there.

    Gipper Nelson
    US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 19:50:04 EST
  18. I have read both "A murder in Greenwich" and "Greentown".
    Both books let me angry of our legal system and appalled at our men in blue. Maybe now something will be done. Maybe now Martha and her family can have the peace they deserve . But I'm still skeptical.

    Bernice Keller
    Vero Beach, Fl US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 19:49:46 EST
  19. Dear Mrs. Moxley, I hope that your efforts will finally be rewarded with the appropriate justice. We met a couple of years ago while I was photographing your church directory. I have never forgotten you and your persistence. I trust that the Lord has finally answered your prayers.

    Jon Casey

    Jon M. Casey
    Carlisle, PA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 19:39:42 EST

  20. Jon M. Casey
    Ca, US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 19:36:22 EST
  21. what a horrible crime.i was born in bridgeport,ct and moved to san francisco when i was 22 years.i read dunne's book based on this crime.i am really glad that after all these years,hopefully closure will come to the moxley family.it is wonderful that so many people have been working to bring this horrible crime to a close.this and related websites are fantastic.so much can be learned about this case from these sites.hopefully the monster michael will be brought to justice soon.keep up the fantastic work.
    jane E.canfield
    Daly city, ca US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 19:31:02 EST
  22. Martha, if she had been allowed to live, would be my age. We started together, young girls with promise, intelligence, bright smiles and bright eyes. We should have met on our journey to womanhood, but she was deprived, cut short of the experiences so rich and so available to women today. I have had the luxury to survive, to experience, to live, to love, to grieve, to be and I will take her young spirit with me on my journey, along with the other women we have known and loved who were destroyed by those who could not own us. Rest in Peace, Little Princess
    Laura
    US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 19:10:42 EST
  23. My heart goes out to this poor child's Mother. What dignity she displays during interviews. I agree with the many comments pointing out that Robert Kennedy's name should not be used. Also hooray for Mark Furhman, he was unfairly treated by the "dream team". Hope he turns his investigative skills to the JonBenet murder!
    Caroline Schoner
    New York, NY US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 18:37:47 EST
  24. Thank God that he was finally arrested. I just hope that the justice system prevails and he pays for his crime. I hope that this new development brings a little bit of peace to Dorthy Moxley. May God bless her.

    Brandilynn Nieto
    Pueblo, CO US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 18:02:26 EST
  25. I hope that the killer(s) are brought to justice, only then
    can the entier family, especially Martha, be at peace.
    Although I was only a year old at the time of the murder,
    it someone how has struck a cord with me, and I have
    done much research on it. I am so very sorry about your
    tragic loss. Martha seemed like such a beautiful person.

    Rebecca Wallick
    Rogers, MN US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 17:49:35 EST
  26. I have enjoyed your site.
    Michele Underwood
    Midlothian, VA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 17:43:02 EST
  27. I have been following this case very closely since reading Mark Fuhrman's book...everything that I have read including all the NY Times articles points to Michael Skakel and, if in fact, he committed the heinous murder he should be removed from society forever..I am afraid, though, that his money and family connections will set him free..if he is convicted and set free we should all unite and erupt into a voice so loud that it shakes the very foundation of our society. may God bless the Moxley family and may He bless America once more.
    Joe Bowen
    Little Rock, AR US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 17:26:48 EST
  28. I was only 19 when Martha was Murdered so it definitely stayed with me.
    I pray for her family and I hope now the truth will come out and justice can be served.

    Mary E. Arehart
    Marietta, Ga US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 17:22:53 EST

  29. Joe Bowen
    US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 17:20:08 EST
  30. Since reading GREENTOWN, and MURDER IN GREENWICH, I've
    been obsessed with Martha's case. I am so happy to see that justice may be served. I hope for a speedy trial and a rightous outcome

    James P Gribben
    Richmond , In US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 17:19:24 EST
  31. I wish the best of luck to the Moxley case and I hope that Michael Skakel gets what he deserves. It's a terrible thing to have your life cut short by such a sick man. It makes us realize that life isn't cheap. God bless the Moxley family because I feel bad about what they have had to go through for the past 24 years.
    Austin Phillips
    Stratford, CT US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 17:10:53 EST
  32. Hopefully the arrest and inevitable conviction of Micheal Skakel will bring peace to the Moxley family.
    Andrew B. Corbett
    Orillia, ON CA - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 17:05:49 EST
  33. I can't say that I enjoyed your website, since it is about a henious act done to a human being resulting in loss of life.... but I can say that it's great to see a website that promotes the value of human life and announces to the world that henious crimes and acts like the ones committed by michael skakel will not go un-answered for. Efforts like this site and books by Mark Furman and Dominic Dunne make people realize that life isn't cheap....it's the most valuable thing we have, and people are sick of O.J. and people like that killing and slaughtering people as if they were rats or pests or something and being enabled to get away without paying a penalty. Making this information widespread and wellknown turns up the pressure on those who are being paid good taxmoney to carry-out justice.....
    Bradley E. Adams
    portland, or US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 16:45:23 EST
  34. WONDERFUL WEB SITE DEMONSTRATING LOVING SUPPORT FOR THOSE WHO KNEW AND LOVED MARTHA ---AND THOSE WHO LOVE JUSTICE.
    MAY THE LORD BLESS AND COMFORT.

    AL HARLEY
    FLORENCE, SC US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 16:44:52 EST
  35. Dorothy and Martha Moxley, you are in my prayers.
    James Kushner
    NY, NY US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 16:43:03 EST
  36. Good luck on the investigation and prosecution...this case has been mishandled from the beginning...
    James McAbee
    High Point, NC US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 16:40:33 EST
  37. I feel real sorry for the family of Martha. Not to mention
    how terrible I feel that such a young person had their
    life cut so short by a SICK individual. I would really
    prefer to use foul language there, but I won't.
    Also, given the Kennedy family history, my belief is that,
    if he did not do it, he was there or knows who did..
    I would love to spend 1 day alone with him myself, to
    give him some idea of what real pain is !!!!

    Gary R. Sylvia
    Brookfield, Ct. US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 16:40:32 EST
  38. It's very apparent how much you cared for this girl. I hope justice is servred for Martha Moxley.
    David Fleming
    East Syracuse, NY US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 16:20:01 EST
  39. I had heard about this case a couple of years ago. What a sad thing to happen to a 15 year old girl. I feel the Skakels are responsible and are hiding behind the Kennedy name.
    Sheree Kershaw
    Jackson, MI US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 16:17:52 EST
  40. I am an avid true crime reader, somehow I missed any books on this murder which is just tragic. What a shame that a young girl is murdered & minimal effort was made to catch the killer. Hopefully after all this time this case will be solved for the sake of all involved, especially the Moxley family.
    charlotte green
    athens, wv US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 16:13:01 EST
  41. I have been following the case especially since the unsolved death of my own brother whom was found hanging in his own yard.
    I thought the site created is tastefully created.Keep informing the public.
    May you and your family be able to let your loved one rest in peace and
    each find peace of heart.

    L Stephenson
    KC, MO US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 15:42:59 EST
  42. An offering of hope for justice. Justice that is not only deserved by this family, but is beyond overdue. May you prevail legally as it seems you have spiritually.
    Bonnie
    Bloomingdale, il US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 15:39:01 EST
  43. THANK GOD THIS MIGHT FINALLY BE OVER!!! THERE ISN'T A DAY OUR FAMILY DOESNT THINK ABOUT YOURS!. JOHN, IF YOU READ THIS PLEASE EMAIL ME BACK, WE LOST TOUCH BUT NOTHING MUCH HAS CHANGED! LOVE TO YOUR MOM... SUE CONESE (SMCMETZ@AOL)
    SUE CONESE METZGER
    WESTON, FL US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 15:36:25 EST
  44. So glad to hear about Skakel turning himself in. I have deep respect for Mrs. Moxley, and am always impressed at how she handles herself. ( RE: ELAN SCHOOL... I have a child there now. It is not considered a "drug and alcohol re-hab center" these days. Anyone interested can email me at: in_illinois@usa.net Would love to hear comments from former students... good or bad).
    Cam
    US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 15:35:03 EST
  45. I am relieved to see that justice may finally be served after all these years.

    It is wonderful to see all the tremendous efforts finally see some light (and above all closure) to this heinous crime.

    Yet, what is most unfortunate is that Michael will be tried as a juvenile! Did wealth ands status simply buy him time, only to be charged 25 years later as a juvenile? Will our justice system protect such monster as to try him as he would have been 25 years ago??? He has had 25 years to live his life in complete freedom. Martha had lost her right to live. Has he has no shame, no remorse to take full accountability for his actions?

    Karma has a way of bringing justice around, and I certainly hope that the murderer gets exactly what he deserves.

    I greatly admire the strength, determination, and love of Dorthy Moxley and John. May justice prevail and you both receive peace of mind.

    Sarah Binderberger
    Greenwich, CT US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 15:31:20 EST
  46. May you receive the peace of our Lord which you so richly deserve. I pray also that the one who did this is positively identified and punished. God bless you and your family.
    Judy Van Hoff
    Powhatan, VA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 15:27:51 EST

  47. Judy Van Hoff
    Powhatan, VA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 15:26:35 EST
  48. Attending Western Jr. High School in Greenwich, Ct. in 1974, I can still remember seeing the beautiful, smiling Martha as she laughed her way down the hall from Mr. O'Brien's science class. She was a year older than me but I was so attracted to her beauty and bubbly personality.

    One year later, while out in the neighborhood with my friends, my best friends mom came outside to tell us that someone had been murdered in Belle Haven. The next day we found out it was Martha.

    Mrs. Moxley, I'll never forget your daughter. I still have my WJHS yearbook with her picture in it. I hope that Michael is found guilty and put away for a long time and that you can finally find closure.

    Gordon Taylor
    El Cerrito, CA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 15:24:16 EST
  49. 25 years is too long for justice to be done, but finally it is here. My thoughts
    and prayers go out to the Moxley family!

    Renae A. Broderick
    Tracy , CA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 15:22:16 EST

  50. Renae A. Broderick
    Tracy , CA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 15:19:43 EST
  51. I have not been familiar with this case until the arrest. I sincerely hope your family gets the justice you deserve. I do not know personally if he did it, but when I see the smugness on his face on tv, it is appalling.
    My best wishes to your family.
    Don Baggarly,Lakewood, WA.

    Donald Baggarly
    Lakewood, wa US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 15:15:16 EST
  52. All Gods strength to Marthas Family in the next few months.
    Rob Grothen
    Maple Bay, BC CA - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 15:11:29 EST
  53. I think this entire crime is absolutely horrible.
    I can only hope that the killer is brought to justice. She
    was such a beautiful young girl and to have her life taken
    by some psycho is terrible. I hope justice prevails in
    this case.

    Brian Fowler
    Holloman AFB, NM US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 15:02:19 EST
  54. Dorothy and John:

    We have all been waiting a long time for this day. It's a credit to your persistence and diligence that you have taken the first big step toward closure. Nothing that happens from here on will ever replace Martha. But perhaps it will stop the psychological bleeding, to remedy the doubts, and prepare us all for the long-overdue process of moving on. I know Mr. Moxley rests easier today.

    Best wishes,

    Geoff

    Geoffrey "Berms" Bermingham
    Stamford, CT US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 14:37:02 EST
  55. My prayers go out to Martha's family and friends. I hope that they find the person who did this so she can rest in peace.
    Jacqueline Gary
    Conshohocken, pa US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 14:36:38 EST
  56. It's ashame how crime is not found intill it's too late, and the people involved have moved on. If he is the one who murdered the girl, then he should be punhished by the max.
    Judith Bulheller
    Charles City, VA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 14:32:20 EST
  57. Justice will be done in time.

    Lory d huges

    Please e-mail your site to Union5959@webtv.net

    Lea
    San Diego, ca US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 14:10:41 EST
  58. Our Prayers are with you when once again you will have to relive the horror of the loss of your loved one. May you find peace at last when he is finally found guilty of his crime. It is such a sad state of affairs when wealth and association can protect a known murderer. How can his family live with him, better yet how can he live with himself. Your daughter/sister was obviously very beautiful and full of sunshine, love and promise it saddens me even as a stranger to your family to know of the loss you have been dealt with.

    Deborah
    Vancouver, BC CA - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 14:10:26 EST
  59. I cannot imagine the pain of losing a child. The heartache is uniamaginable. I hope and pray that you all some find peace and comfort in the outcome of this latest turn in the case. May God Bless you. P.S. I saw Mrs. Moxley on a morning news show today and she came accross so brave. My prayers are with her.
    Kiva Rapattoni
    Dallas, TX US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 14:08:53 EST
  60. Dear Mrs. Moxley and John Moxley,

    I am a girl who is about the age Martha was
    when she was so savagly killed. I think about all that I look
    forward to doing and I am angered that Martha could never
    fulfill her dreams.

    I have always had an interest in the law and have
    read about many cases, unsolved and solved. Everything from
    Jack the Ripper, The Boston Strangler, and The Night Stalker,
    to Ted Bundy,Jeffrey Dahmer,and Albert Fish. I have read about
    every famous murderer and every famous unsolved murder case
    like The Black Dahlia, and none hits so close to home as
    your beautiful Martha's does.

    I have followed your terrible suffering with
    this case ever since I first saw it on Unsolved Mysteries.
    I've seen all the programs about it on the History Channel
    and A&E and I've read the wonderful book by Mark Ferhman,
    who I felt was unjustly victimized as I watched yet another
    wealthy celebrity get away with murder. We know you did it,
    O.J. and while your out on the golf course having fun, look
    for Martha's killer with a blood stained golf club.

    Martha didn't deserve to die. She had her whole
    wonderful life to live. She was a beautiful girl who brought
    happiness to all those who met her. I am sadened every time
    I see Michael Skakel walk by free, head held high in such
    and arrogent fashion. I always know it was him, even before
    courageous people like Dominick Dunne made it so painfully
    obvious. It's a disgrace that his family connections have
    hid him for this long. We can only hope that he regrets
    and remembers that he has taken away all these years of
    precious Martha's life, though I doubt he does.

    Yesterday, my grandmother, who is another Moxley
    sympathizer, told me of Michaels arrest. I cried out in joy
    and thanked God that after all these 25 years, Martha and
    you are swiftly closing in on the justice and peace you
    deserve.

    I lay awake some nights thinking of your lose and
    shudder as I think of your sweet Martha's final moments. I
    can only imagine being her age, in her shoes how I desprite,
    frightened, and horrified I would have been. My father loves
    to play golf,hence our e-mail address,and every time I see
    him take out a six iron I shutter and panick and I get goose
    bumps.

    I commend you both for your percerverence and
    determination to see this EVIL thing through and hope it
    will not be in vain. We are all cheering for you!!

    I only pray that someday you will be able to look
    back at this with a sense of releif and be able to remember
    Martha not for her horrible death,but for her wonderful life
    and even though she would have had a great future, remember
    her for the inspirational life that she lived. I know she
    has taught me to live life every day as if it were my last.

    I wish to give my sympathy to you, even
    though I cannot even begin to understand what you have gone
    through this last quarter century. Now I see in the news the
    beautiful face of another young blond girl who has been cut
    short of all her dreams. My prayers are also with JonBenet
    Ramsey. But she may have been a victim of her wealthy and
    powerful parents. I can't imagine the betrayal she must have
    felt as she breathed her last breath. We can only think and
    wonder at what great marks Martha and JonBenet would have
    left on the world if they had been permitted to live their
    lives to the fullest.

    In closing, I wish to remind you of a few lines in
    the song written by Sir Elton John for the gorgeous Marilyn
    Monroe who may have also been a victim of the Kennedy family.
    These words have my whole heart in them and it is what I
    would want to say to Martha.

    "And it seems to me, you lived your life like a Candle in the Wind,
    Never knowing who to cling to when the rain came in,
    And I would have liked to know you, but I am just a kid,
    Your Candle blew out long before,
    Your legend NEVER WILL"


    God bless you Martha, we love you very much and we
    will never forget you. Hopefully, you will finally be able
    to REST IN PEACE.

    Ashley Creech
    US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 13:42:02 EST
  61. Glad to hear the news.

    Jenny Beauchamp
    Arleta, CA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 13:35:57 EST
  62. Hi, I just pray for the Moxleys that they get the
    justice they need to end this hell,they have been
    living in.

    lory d.hughes
    Toronto,Ontario,m4x1m2, ontario Canada - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 13:29:10 EST
  63. Mrs. Moxley, I am so sorry for your loss. I have followed Marthas storey for many years. I wish you and your family well. I lost a baby, recently, very late in my pregancy. I know that this is a silly thing to say, but it helps me to know that your angel Martha is there with mine. She will always be a beautiful child. Stay strong.
    Sherrie
    Yardley, Pa. US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 13:21:41 EST
  64. I am a former Assignment Editor/Bureau Chief for Regional News Network. While I was employed at the cable news station in their Stamford bureau, I was assigned to this story as the investigation as to who is responsible for the death of Martha continued and the appointment of the grand jury. In doing so, I was able to speak with Mrs. Moxley and Martha's brother John. Wednesday's development is extremely encouraging. My thoughts and prayers are with them. Michelle
    Michelle E. Bastian
    Millbrook, NY US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 13:13:18 EST
  65. I wish to compliment Mark Fhurman for his dedication and persistency to investigate this case. I am glad that because of his efforts the murderer of Martha Mosley finaly surrender to police.
    I did not know Martha, but I am about her age is she was alive today. I believe in justice, and nobody deserves to be murder by a rich sex maniac like Michael.
    Thank you Mr. Fuhrman, keep up the good work.

    Sincerely

    Pat

    Pat D.
    Ca US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 12:37:36 EST
  66. I GREW UP IN GREENWICH, CT.... I WAS 13 AT THE TIME OF THE MURDER.... I WENT TO SAILING CAMP AT BELLE HAVEN... MY SISTER WAS OUT WITH A BUNCH OF PEOPLE (JOHN WAS ONE OF THEM) ON HACKER'S NIGHT... THE NIGHT OF THE MURDER... EVERYONE KNEW THAT THE MURDERER WAS OF "SOME RELATION" TO THE KENNEDY FAMILY.... one kind of rolled their eyes while saying "they'll get away with it".... Mark Fuhrman wrote a great book.. very strange reading about one's own town, knowing all the landmarks, etc.... I believe that it is thanks to him (and obviously Mr. Dunn) that the Skakel family will finally pay.... in more ways than one... My prayers are with you Mrs. Moxley and John.
    Michele (Wind) Raposa
    Swansea, MA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 12:30:44 EST
  67. No is above man & GOD's law.
    Raymundo F. F. Flor
    Berea, OH US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 12:27:11 EST
  68. Wonderful job on the website Thom Alessi.
    Bridget Kopek
    Stamford, , CT USA - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 12:12:45 EST
  69. Thank God it may be, at last, over.
    Craig R. Chaddon
    US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 12:07:40 EST
  70. I know that nothing can bring Martha back, and I believe she's in a far better place at this time, although I believe too that that is little comfort. I read Mark Furmann's book and have followed the case for years. Hopefully Michael will be proven guilty, as the evidence has always pointed to him. I always thought Mark Furmann got a bum deal at the OJ trial and would like to see Mark also get his life back! I have wanted to be in contact with Mark so if he reads this I would like to hear from him! I had some prior knowledge of OJ that I wanted to tell at the time of the trial, but no one ever returned my call from the DA's office. God Bless all involved in this case and hopefully, justice will not turn her blind eye. By the way ... the Kennedy family is in no way involved and should not continue to be mentioned in articles concerning this case! There is a connection only through marriage. Unfortunately, those that are affected, the Skakel branch, have always proven to be despotic alcoholics and drug addicted idiots with a penchant for lying! I've seen too many of them drunk in Aspen and other places, with the "matriarch" being the worst example!
    M L R
    Nashville, TN US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 11:55:28 EST
  71. I know that nothing can bring Martha back, and I believe she's in a far better place at this time, although I believe too that that is little comfort. I read Mark Furmann's book and have followed the case for years. Hopefully Michael will be proven guilty, as the evidence has always pointed to him. I always thought Mark Furmann got a bum deal at the OJ trial and would like to see Mark also get his life back! I have wanted to be in contact with Mark so if he reads this I would like to hear from him! I had some prior knowledge of OJ that I wanted to tell at the time of the trial, but no one ever returned my call from the DA's office. God Bless all involved in this case and hopefully, justice will not turn her blind eye. By the way ... the Kennedy family is in no way involved and should not continue to be mentioned in articles concerning this case! There is a connection only through marriage. Unfortunately, those that are affected, the Skakel branch, have always proven to be despotic alcoholics and drug addicted idiots with a penchant for lying! I've seen too many of them drunk in Aspen and other places, with the "matriarch" being the worst example!
    M L Rogers
    Nashville, TN US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 11:55:03 EST
  72. I know that nothing can bring Martha back, and I believe she's in a far better place at this time, although I believe too that that is little comfort. I read Mark Furmann's book and have followed the case for years. Hopefully Michael will be proven guilty, as the evidence has always pointed to him. I always thought Mark Furmann got a bum deal at the OJ trial and would like to see Mark also get his life back! I have wanted to be in contact with Mark so if he reads this I would like to hear from him! I had some prior knowledge of OJ that I wanted to tell at the time of the trial, but no one ever returned my call from the DA's office. God Bless all involved in this case and hopefully, justice will not turn her blind eye. By the way ... the Kennedy family is in no way involved and should not continue to be mentioned in articles concerning this case! There is a connection only through marriage. Unfortunately, those that are affected, the Skakel branch, have always proven to be despotic alcoholics and drug addicted idiots with a penchant for lying! I've seen too many of them drunk in Aspen and other places, with the "matriarch" being the worst example!
    M L Rogers
    Nashville, TN US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 11:54:25 EST
  73. It is because of my interest in this case i'm going to major in criminal justice. It is because of this i want to be a detective. Nothing makes me happier than to see the wheels of justice finally turning. I pray the courts will make the right decision and send skakel to prison for the rest of his life.
    shane hightower
    cave city, ar US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 11:54:10 EST
  74. I know that nothing can bring Martha back, and I believe she's in a far better place at this time, although I believe too that that is little comfort. I read Mark Furmann's book and have followed the case for years. Hopefully Michael will be proven guilty, as the evidence has always pointed to him. I always thought Mark Furmann got a bum deal at the OJ trial and would like to see Mark also get his life back! I have wanted to be in contact with Mark so if he reads this I would like to hear from him! God Bless all involved in this case and hopefully, justice will not turn her blind eye. By the way ... the Kennedy family is in no way involved and should not continue to be mentioned in articles concerning this case! There is a connection only through marriage. Unfortunately, those that are affected, the Skakel branch, have always proven to be despotic alcoholics and drug addicted idiots with a penchant for lying! I've seen too many of them drunk in Aspen and other places, with the "matriarch" being the worst example!
    M L Rogers
    Nashville, TN US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 11:52:03 EST
  75. I know that nothing can bring Martha back, and I believe she's in a far better place at this time, although I believe too that that is little comfort. I read Mark Furmann's book and have followed the case for years. Hopefully Michael will be proven guilty, as the evidence has always pointed to him. I always thought Mark Furmann got a bum deal at the OJ trial and would like to see Mark also get his life back! I have wanted to be in contact with Mark so if he reads this I would like to hear from him! God Bless all involved in this case and hopefully, justice will not turn her blind eye. By the way ... the Kennedy family is in no way involved and should not continue to be mentioned in articles concerning this case! There is a connection only through marriage. Unfortunately, those that are affected, the Skakel branch, have always proven to be despotic alcoholics and drug addicted idiots with a penchant for lying! I've seen too many of them drunk in Aspen and other places, with the "matriarch" being the worst example!
    M L Rogers
    Nashville, TN US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 11:51:37 EST
  76. I hope they convict who ever did this terrible crime. God Bless!!

    Keith

    Keith Kinder
    Bradenton, FL US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 11:50:28 EST
  77. I Pray for Martha's Mom and Brother, I Pray that Justice will be served, I Pray that the Lord will give you the strength and courage to go through the tough days ahead. Like the OJ case, you will be faced with a SUPER team of money hungry lawyers, who will Lie, twist the truth, and find any loop hole possible to free thier client. Where money and fame are involved, there is seldom justice, so sad. Even though the accused is not a blood Kennedy, his mere association with the clan says it all. The Kennedys have "Gotten away with murder, far too often."
    To Mark Fuhrman: You are, and always have been a Good Cop, I'm sorry that your narrow minded department betrayed you. Keep up the good work.

    C.Hyatt
    Barkhamsted, CT US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 11:42:35 EST
  78. Now that Michael S. has turned himself in, is he gonna run and hide in Florida again? He's a slim-bucket....only someone from Mars wouldnt think him guilty! And what does his wife think?
    Anne Gallup
    Grand Rapids, MI US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 11:40:51 EST
  79. I hope this brings closure to the Moxley family. If Michael Skakel was the perpetrator of this horrible crime, he should
    be punished, no matter how long ago it took place.

    Tony Fernandez
    E. Hartford, CT US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 11:37:50 EST

  80. michelle nicosia-botticello
    dunkirk, ny US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 11:23:00 EST

  81. michelle nicosia-botticello
    dunkirk, ny US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 11:22:01 EST
  82. Where were you, father and brother of Martha, when you and everyone else knew who the guilty ones were. No one would harm my loved ones like that and live a normal life afterwards. This is true.

    John
    Gettysburg, Pa. US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 11:18:46 EST

  83. scott davis
    houston , tx US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 11:09:25 EST
  84. Praise God that this evil earth is not the final frontier. I will pray daily for God to send blessings and peace to your family. One day you will see your beautiful Martha again in heaven.
    Laura Johnston
    Greenville, IN US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 11:07:52 EST
  85. I am amazed and not a little disgusted that someone hosting a victim Web site would not have the moxey to treat the accused Michael Skakel as his own person and not degrade the site by trying to bring Robert Kennedy into it. Skakel has no blood ties to the Kennedys. He has only the marriage tie between his mother's sister and Ethel, who married Robert Kennedy. Skakel was not raised by the Kennedys. He had his own powerful family. Let's not go laying blame where it doesn't belong by invoking the Kennedy name. I'm sure Martha Moxley would never have stooped so low.
    Lisa Pease
    US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 10:57:08 EST
  86. To the Moxleys: I read the books aboot Martha, I too needed to find out everything I could about her. She and I were about the same age in 1975. Michael did it, he knows it. Getting him to admit it will be costly, but be assured that when they meet in heaven, Martha will deal with him then. Oh, I forgot, he's not going there!
    Bonnie Monzeglio
    Center Moriches, NY US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 10:51:30 EST
  87. I pray that the murder of Martha Moxley will come forward and confess. Hopefully, the family will be able to find justice and peace of mind after all these years of not knowing.
    Jewel Villalta
    Pittsburgh, PA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 10:41:57 EST
  88. I HOPE THAT MARTHA'S FAMILY CAN FIND PEACE ABOUT HER DEATH. I HOPE THE MURDERER HAS BEEN FOUND AND PROSECUTED FOR THIS CRIME. GOD COMFORT YOU ALL.
    MARSHA STILES
    MURPHY, NC US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 10:38:29 EST
  89. God bless Martha Moxleys family.
    Tina Sanders
    Springdale, AR US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 10:24:27 EST
  90. I have followed this case since I first learned about it. I believe I first saw something about it on one of the news shows -- Dateline, 20-20, 60 Minutes. I have believed from the beginning that wealth and status played a huge part in the Skakel's treatment by the police. I sincerely hope that this new information will help to bring justice for Martha.
    Michael Hudgins
    Ft. Worth, TX US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 10:17:23 EST
  91. Martha was in my son, William's 5th grade class at Montclair School. John was in our hockey car pool in those early mornings when John and William had hockey practice. We also belonged to "The Hills" so I remember you well. Willaim is now teaching 6th grade middle school in Marietta and we have recently moved here after our retirement. William has two children, Elizabeth 12 and Christopher 9.
    I have followed this case with very sad feelings and I sincerely hope that justice will occur as it is something I
    cannot forget.
    ,

    barbara Duda
    Marietta, GA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 10:12:15 EST
  92. Mrs Moxley, and John, I have followed the tragic death of your daughter for years, and greatly admire your on going dtermination in capturing the killer of your beautiful daughter. I now have a 3 month old daugter of my own, and that has caused me to feel an even greater sorrow for your loss. I really think closure is near, best of luck
    dr
    ny, ny US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 10:01:45 EST
  93. I wish your family all the best in the prosecution of the person who committed this heinous crime
    Michele Poulsen
    Margate , NJ US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 09:58:42 EST
  94. May the Good Lord have His hand upon the ones that deal with this case. May his divine will be served and justice prevail.
    Jack L. Snook
    Houston, Tx US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 09:51:44 EST
  95. Tuesday is the first time I've ever heard about this murder case.
    It's very tragic this little girl was murdered so young in life.
    I hope that the murderer is finally brought to justice.

    Richard V. Gonzalez
    Slidell, LA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 09:46:47 EST
  96. My prayers are with you and your family!
    patricia j beckett
    Huber Heights, oh US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 09:39:19 EST
  97. I was 17 years old, and living in Greenwich, Ct. when Martha Moxley was murdered. Our innocence shattered at the thought of such a brutal crime being committed in our town. I can only say that I never forgot what happened to Martha, and I am glad that that this case was re-opened. If Michael Skakel committed this crime, he must pay the price for his actions. I hope that the truth will finally come out, and that the Moxley family can find some peace at long last. My thoughts and prayers are with the Moxley family at this time.
    Debbie Orrico
    Greenwich, CT US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 09:27:44 EST
  98. John (or as I used to refer to you when we were kids "CRASH"), I am sorry I never called you 25 years ago to let you know how sorry I was of your loss. I was at college when I heard the news about Martha. Since that time I have followed the story very closely. Whether you are able to finally get justice, at least you and your mother know you tried your best. I will be praying you finally get the justice and resolution your family deserves and needs. Take care. Ann
    Ann (Mazzatta) Siladi
    Sandy Hook, CT US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 09:02:36 EST
  99. I am so happy that the family has continued to fight for justice in this case. I have learned a lot about the case by visiting this site..the colored pictures are worth a thousand words..
    Pat Robertson
    Tow, TX US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 08:58:12 EST
  100. Martha is a year younger than me and I often think about the things I've enjoyed in life...things she has missed. I am extremely pleased to see positive headway made in her case and and thrilled for her family. I'd like to thank T.J. Alessi for his efforts via this site! This most certainly has made a difference!! And to Mark Fuhrman I say..."WAY TO GO!" Your image was tarnished by the media circus, defense, and prosecution involved with what is known as the "Trial of the Century." *rolling my eyes and gagging* May this help people to understand that you ARE good at what you do!! And to Mrs. Moxley and John, your strength is admirable, your love for Martha heartwarming, and your dedication to this case overwhelming! May these most recent developments bring you some level of satisfaction.
    Sandy
    Pleasanton, CA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 08:54:53 EST
  101. IAM RELIEVED FOR MOM THAT SHE KEPT UP AND IS GOING TO PAY OFF. HER BEAUTIFUL DAUGHTER IS SHINNING DOWN ON HER
    susan
    medford, ny US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 08:37:54 EST
  102. Its about time that Michael Skakel is getting what he deserves. I read the book that Mark Fuhrman wrote, Murder in Greenwich, it was so compelling. I hope justice will prevail but we are talking about the Kennedys and most likely Michael Skakel will get away with it, just like the Kennnedys have.
    Cortney
    Conroe, TX US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 08:34:23 EST
  103. tom-o super info!!!
    tim gleeson
    stamford, ct US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 08:28:42 EST
  104. If Thomas Skakel is proved to have killed this young girl, after all this time, they should put him in prison just for being too stupid to either confess or leave the country and disappear. My grandmother had very a simple term for people like Mr. Skakel... "mean and stupid"
    Jim
    Norfolk, VA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 08:24:36 EST
  105. To the Moxley family: my heartfelt concern and prayers are with you, knowing how hard it will be to relive all the circumstances of Martha's death. May God give you all the strength you will need.
    Connie Simon
    Richmond, VA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 07:53:51 EST
  106. MAY JUSTICE PREVAIL
    ELSBETH B BROWN
    NANTUCKET, MA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 07:46:15 EST
  107. Truly sorry for the loss that you have suffered.
    Best of Luck to the family and all of those involved.
    Nice Web Site, very well done.

    Chris Spurr
    Fort Wayne, IN US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 07:38:57 EST
  108. I lived a few towns away at the time. Since then I almost
    completely forgot about what happened. Thank God for all
    of you who didn't forget, and for the possibility that
    her killer be found.

    tom
    Chicago, IL US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 06:24:21 EST
  109. One of the reasons I like living outside of the US is the low violent crime rates of Europe and the middle East.

    But it seems like a worrisome trend in the US is that if you have Money and/or Fame, the laws that apply to regular folks don't apply to you. OJ, the Kennedys, the Ramseys, and a whole list of movie and sports stars, unless like Tyson and the Menendez Brothers, you're not only rich but stupid too. On the other hand, I will say that US Detecive methods (FBI etc) are some of the best there are.

    I hope this case spells the beginning of the end for 'Celebrity Immunity'.

    C Matt
    Frankfurt, Germany - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 05:32:38 EST
  110. I come from Massachusetts and graduated from Milton Academy where Bobby and Teddy Kennedy went to school. My father coached Bobby in hockey at Milton. The brother of one of my father's closest friends was one of Bobby's closest friends.
    My sister was brutally murdered like Martha, by a man she had lived with. Only a person who knew Martha would have been that violent. How can the father, Rushton(?),cover up a murder even if it was one of his sons? If this occurred in a poor neighborhood you know they would have arrested someone(probably from a minority) right away. People can criticize Mark Fuhrman but his skill is investigating murders. The OJ case and the Jon Benet Ramsey case show that wealth, power, and influence can get murderers off the hook. Unfortunately, some police officers are not immune to money and influence, and bungle murder investigations even now(the Ramsey case inpoint). Mickey Sherman may be an excellent defense attorney(I watch him on Court TV and Rivera Live). However, he wasn't able to get Alex Cook off the hook, fortunately. The Cooks did the same thing with their money as Mr. Skakel did-by moving his son all over to evade public scrutiny. What kind of dysfunctional parents(the Cooks, the Skakels) would have no ethics and morals to cover up felonies that their children committed. Their children have been violent because of their upbringing. Michael killing small animals is quite telling-that is how murderers often start out expressing their anger.
    I hope that justice will prevail and that Martha's family will have some peace and resolution in this tragic matter.

    Lynn Huidekoper
    Menlo Park, CA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 05:30:47 EST
  111. I wish Matha rest in peace and a murder (no matter whosoever) has to be punished. Best wishes to Matha's family.
    Ninh Dam
    San Jose, CA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 04:49:07 EST
  112. Hi,

    Today I logged on to MSN.com to have a look at the day's events and was stopped cold in my tracks by the picture of Martha and the story of her horrible death. The warm face pictured in the headlines brought back a rush of vivid memories of a darling young girl I knew from my early teen days in Piedmont, CA. It was the first I knew of this tragedy. To say I was stunned is an understatement. Martha and I were the same age and my heart aches at the thought of the things she missed out on in life and the pain endured by her family as a result of this travesty of justice. I would like to wish her remaining family my deepest condolences and God speed in arriving at closure to this sad story.

    Sincerely,

    Stan Leslie, Formerly of Piedmont, CA.

    Stan Leslie
    Battleground, WA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 04:41:16 EST
  113. As with so many others, I have followed this case from early on, and have been reminded of it years later as the various anniversary dates have come and gone, and brought the story back to public attention.
    Being a Denver resident now, I was once again reminded of this sad situation with the murder of the little Ramsey girl a few yrs ago now. From the begining, I was afraid that this was going to turn out like the Moxley murder, where money and influence would send this investigation NOWHERE!
    First we have a little girl murdered in her home the day after X-mas while her parents remain asleep. Then someone takes the time to write 2 ransome notes from a pad of paper that was in the home. As John & Patsy Ramsey would tell it, there must have been some "boogey man" come inside the house and did all that while they remain conveniently asleep the whole time.....YEA, RIGHT! Does something sound familier here folks!!!
    I was so suprised to hear of all of this back in the news again with the recent devolopments. But I have no confidence that justice will be served here for the Moxleys. You know Skakel and Kennedy money will not tolerate anything but the very best lawyers. And those lawyers will have a lot to work with, in that so much time has passed may very well work in their favor.
    I was quite interested in the comment by one of the "locals" who spoke of the how Skakel was thought of, and the incident at the dance where he attacked one of the girls because she wouldn't go outside with him. This certainly was the first time in all these years I had the chance to hear of such conduct on the part of one of the Skakel's from those living in the area at the time. All I would say here is "KEEP TELLING YOUR STORIES"!
    My final thought is that I hope my skeptical thought about how this all turns out has me WRONG-O! The very best to all.........!!!!!!!!!

    B.W.

    B. Warner
    Denver, Co US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 03:38:18 EST
  114. i hope this indicment brings an arrest and closure for the family.
    chris mckenzie
    stratham, nh US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 03:35:40 EST
  115. I'm not sure what it is about Martha's death that really
    touched me. It's just that I keep thinking about a cool
    fall evening and that sweet young girl who had so much to
    live for. I shudder when I think about the horror she must
    have known in those final moments.

    I pray that justice is served and that Martha's family finds
    some peace in the final outcome of this case.

    Susan Donahue
    Mountain View, CA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 03:16:55 EST
  116. I Was Only 5 years Old when you lost Your daughter. But being a Parent of two. I am saddened that Police did so little and were so careless. Money should not buy innocence! I hope you find all the answers you have been looking for. And just remember in the long run. God will punish this person!!! God Bless You!!
    My thoughts and prayers will be with you forever!
    Lisa Gilbertson

    Lisa Gilbertson
    Port Edwards, WI US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 03:09:59 EST
  117. "If we keep our souls calm and peaceful in every difficult situation, we will gain much ground in the ways of God. On the other hand, if we lose this peace, everything we do with a view to eternal life will yield little or no fruit."
    Padre Pio

    MAY BLESSED PADRE PIO BRING THE PEACE OF GOD TO ALL THOSE WHO ARE SUFFING BY THE TRAGIC DEATH OF MARTHA MOXLEY.

    Angel
    Barto, PA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 02:52:24 EST
  118. Dear Mrs. Moxley, although still a teenager myself I recall hearing the story of Martha - For reasons that I can't explain it seemed to haunt me even then - Perhaps it was because as a young person myself I could not understand that a peer could be killed. Now as an adult and a mother of two girls, it is more than just a disburbing memory of youth - I now see it as a story of Evil. May your blessed daughter rest in peace and may you and the rest of your family know peace when this is all resolved. I've seen documentaries on her case and she was a beautiful child. God Bless you.
    A. Ordaz
    LOS ANGELES, CA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 02:42:30 EST

  119. priscilla aguirre
    san Juan Bta, ca US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 02:26:24 EST
  120. I am a retired police detective, and I remember the case from the newspapers. I trust local law enforcement, but I know how politics can interfere, especially if an officer is on a promotional list. I am glad the culprit has finally been arrested. It is ironic, it is a KENNEDY.
    Jon Peiser
    Hialeah, Fl US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 02:13:05 EST
  121. I have followed this case since it first happened and have always been HORRIFIED that the "Skakel"??? boys were never even seriously considered by police as suspects at the time of the murder. It is a true shame that in places such as Connecticut, money really seems to buy you a special type of protection from facing anything unseemly in yourself, your family or the outside world.I hope the events of today are the beginning of a closure to this murder that will bring Martha and her family some form of justice and peace.
    Donna Weddington-Belmont
    Levittown, PA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 02:04:01 EST
  122. I believe in karma, so whoever killed Martha has alot of it coming their way. My thoughts are with the Moxley's, and the other families that have suffered similar losses. "May God hold you in the palm of his hand." I will light a candle for Martha this Sunday.
    Angela Hill
    Girdwood, AK US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 01:59:43 EST
  123. I can't imagine how painful it must be to have lived with the past 25 years knowing a guilty person was walking around freely after taking your childs life. I lost my daughter at 4 years old to a Drunk Big Rig driver who hit us head on fortunately for my family he was killed on the scene so I had my somewhat bittersweet justice. I do feel very sorry for the Moxley's I'm only 22 and I've been following this case since I first her about it in the 80's as a child I've read both Dunne's and Furhman's books and I believe that justice will preveal in the end!
    Rylee
    Pismo Beach, Ca US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 01:55:03 EST
  124. I'm so happy to hear that justice may finally be served for Martha's sake. I was born days before so I didn't know much about it before but now I wish only the best for Ms. Moxley.
    Troy McNulty
    Littleton, CO US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 01:50:47 EST
  125. Dear Martha,
    I was a year ahead of you at Greenwich High. We never met. I have thought about you and your family often and include you in my prayers. If only there was a way to transcend the love that we all feel for you. You departed our reality much too soon. Please rest your sweet soul and know that the dragon will be slain, THEY will be delivered and you will be released. You will live forever in our hearts.
    Dear Dorthy and John:
    I wish I had found this website sooner, maybe twenty some years ago. I am a third generation "son" of Greenwich. I did not know any of you although I was a junior in the fall of '75 at GHS. Sheila McGuire was in my English class. Anyway, I feel that, at this time, that I must convey to you both my heartfelt sorrow and share with you the spiritual strength that I have felt for your family. I believe in life, justice and freedom. I do not believe in a hierarchal legal system. I moved away from Greenwich in 1980, but I haven't forgotten and I haven't stopped feeling the shame, disgust and anger. Dorthy and John, there's nothing that I can contribute to you or your cause. But my family will continue to hold you and Martha in our prayers. I have read both Dunne's and Fuhrman's books and my belief in delivering the "evil" was forthcoming. When I heard the news today, I screamed with joy and relief. The journey has nowtaken a positive turn toward the light of purity. Godspeed to the courts and to you both. "...and the truth will be known to you and the truth will make you free..." John 8:32.

    Eric B. Abramson
    Phoenix, AZ US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 01:46:14 EST
  126. Dear Martha,
    I was a year ahead of you at Greenwich High. We never met. I have thought about you and your family often and include you in my prayers. If only there was a way to transcend the love that we all feel for you. You departed our reality much too soon. Please rest your sweet soul and know that the dragon will be slain, THEY will be delivered and you will be released. You will live forever in our hearts.
    Dear Dorthy and John:
    I wish I had found this website sooner, maybe twenty some years ago. I am a third generation "son" of Greenwich. I did not know any of you although I was a junior in the fall of '75 at GHS. Sheila McGuire was in my English class. Anyway, I feel that, at this time, that I must convey to you both my heartfelt sorrow and share with you the spiritual strength that I have felt for your family. I believe in life, justice and freedom. I do not believe in a hierarchal legal system. I moved away from Greenwich in 1980, but I haven't forgotten and I haven't stopped feeling the shame, disgust and anger. Dorthy and John, there's nothing that I can contribute to you or your cause. But my family will continue to hold you and Martha in our prayers. I have read both Dunne's and Fuhrman's books and my belief in delivering the "evil" was forthcoming. When I heard the news today, I screamed with joy and relief. The journey has nowtaken a positive turn toward the light of purity. Godspeed to the courts and to you both. "...and the truth will be known to you and the truth will make you free..." John 8:32.

    Eric B. Abramson
    Phoenix, AZ US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 01:44:26 EST
  127. Dear Martha,
    I was a year ahead of you at Greenwich High. We never met. I have thought about you and your family often and include you in my prayers. If only there was a way to transcend the love that we all feel for you. You departed our reality much too soon. Please rest your sweet soul and know that the dragon will be slain, THEY will be delivered and you will be released. You will live forever in our hearts.
    Dear Dorthy and John:
    I wish I had found this website sooner, maybe twenty some years ago. I am a third generation "son" of Greenwich. I did not know any of you although I was a junior in the fall of '75 at GHS. Sheila McGuire was in my English class. Anyway, I feel that, at this time, that I must convey to you both my heartfelt sorrow and share with you the spiritual strength that I have felt for your family. I believe in life, justice and freedom. I do not believe in a hierarchal legal system. I moved away from Greenwich in 1980, but I haven't forgotten and I haven't stopped feeling the shame, disgust and anger. Dorthy and John, there's nothing that I can contribute to you or your cause. But my family will continue to hold you and Martha in our prayers. I have read both Dunne's and Fuhrman's books and my belief in delivering the "evil" was forthcoming. When I heard the news today, I screamed with joy and relief. The journey has nowtaken a positive turn toward the light of purity. Godspeed to the courts and to you both. "...and the truth will be known to you and the truth will make you free..." John 8:32.

    Eric B. Abramson
    Phoenix, AZ US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 01:43:39 EST
  128. God Bless You. I pray that JUSTICE is served, no matter who he is related to.
    Jennifer Breshears
    Corpus Christi, TX US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 01:42:58 EST
  129. I can't believe it's taken 25 years for today's events to unfold. How awfullly hard all these years must have been for Martha's family. I couldn't begin to understand how they feel I can only imagine it must be somewhat like having a dream of trying to run but never getting anywhere. I hope that this will be the beginning of the end and that Martha's family will have closure to this awful nightmare. And I think Mr. Fuhrman has done a wonderful thing by getting involved in this case and helping to bring it to the forefront. I pray that justice will be done, as I believe that the right man has finally been arrested. I offer my prayers and best wishes to the Moxley family.
    Susan Maxwell
    FL US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 01:32:59 EST
  130. To Mrs. Moxley,
    May justice be swift and your memories of Martha be peaceful, without pain.

    Lily Krauss
    Albany, NY US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 01:14:06 EST
  131. I pray that this won't be another"kennedy case". Itwas obvious that Smith-Kennedy was quilty of rape. I wept when
    the verdict was read. I pray for the Moxley's and for justice.

    denise kastner
    centreville, mi US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 01:03:39 EST
  132. All I can say is it is about time. I think anyone who read Mark Fuhrman's book knew that Michael Skakel was guilty of this horrible crime. My heart goes out to the Moxley family, who never gave up hope that this day would come. God Bless them.

    Michelle S.
    PA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 00:57:39 EST
  133. Very nice page; it's very informative, but you have quite a few grammatical and form errors that make it hard to read.
    Christine
    Whittemore, IA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 00:54:23 EST
  134. Dear Mrs. Moxley, As a mother I can't imagine the pain you and your family have suffered for 25 years. I have tried to be a believer in our justice system, ever be it so slow. I pray for the closure you need and deserve.
    Launa Petersen
    Bonney Lake , WA US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 00:53:16 EST
  135. We have followed tis case for many years, and outraged at problems in the investigation that delayed justice for Martha, and her family. We are thrilled tha an arrest has finally come: we hope the court system will now provide some justice for Martha and her family and friends.
    Jon&Sara Kaplan
    Chicago, Il US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 00:31:27 EST
  136. Dear Martha, Your story is one that has touched me not once not twice but over and over again. I first read your story in a book when no good ending. For weeks after that I could not shake a feeling I had of wanting to know more about you. So I searched everywhere but could not find anything. Your photos and story have stuck close to my heart every since I first heard of it years ago. May god be with you and your family while the person who did this comes to trial. He has gone free for 25 years but no longer will he. He will suffer his wife will suffer his children and grandchildren will all suffer. Justice will never prevail but someday soon you can finally rest your soul.



    Jeannie Erffmeyer
    Il. US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 00:20:14 EST
  137. I first started to follow this case three or four years ago when I started doing research for my family genealogy. I do hope that the case will finally be solved.Mrs Moxley has had to live with this for too many years.
    JB Moxley

    JB Moxley
    NY US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 00:18:44 EST
  138. Sorry for your great loss.I do pray justice will be served.
    June Kirker
    Las Vegas, N.V. US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 00:08:04 EST
  139. As a mother of a teenage daughter, I can only imagine the pain and anguish the Moxley family has been through. How does a mother overcome this grief??? I hope and pray justice is finally served and Mrs. Moxley can find some peace and sense of closure.
    Lori Q
    Spring, TX US - Thursday, January 20, 2000 @ 00:00:33 EST