The Mysterious Murder of Martha Moxley: Did the Political and Financial Power of the Kennedy/Skakel Families Trump the Truth?
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At around 9:30 pm on October 30, 1975, the blond and beautiful 15-year-old Martha Moxley had just left the Skakel residence and was walking to her home on the other side of Walsh Lane, in the swank Belle Haven section of Greenwich, Connecticut.
Suddenly, someone rushed up behind her and bashed her head in with a six-iron that belonged to a set of clubs later found in the Skakel home. The coroner said that Martha’s head had absorbed as many as 15 blows, any one of which could have been fatal. The killer then dragged Martha’s body down a deep slope and deposited her, face-down, under a large, silvery-blue pine tree. The killer then stabbed her in the neck with a splintered shaft of the golf club, and then pulled her jeans down to her knees, exposing her buttocks. The killer had either been unwilling, or was physically unable to sexually assault the half-naked girl.
The Greenwich police had not investigated a murder case in over thirty years, and they totally bungled the crucial initial investigation and the subsequent follow-up investigations. It wasn’t until 2002, twenty-seven years after Martha was murdered, that Michael Skakel, the nephew of Ethel Skakel Kennedy, the wife of former Attorney General, Robert F. Kennedy, was tried and convicted for the murder of Martha Moxley.
Was the Greenwich Police Department just totally incompetent in their initial and their ongoing investigation of Martha’s murder?
Did the state’s Attorney General look the other way because he was afraid of whose toes he might step on?
Did the Skakel/Kennedy connection intimidate both the Greenwich Police Department and the state’s Attorney General from doing a prompt and thorough investigation of Martha’s brutal murder?
“The Mysterious Murder of Martha Moxley: Did the Political and Financial Power of the Kennedy/Skakel Families Trump the Truth?” will try to answer those questions for you.
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Author’s note: I started this project with no preconceived notions. With 40 years of journalistic experience in my back pocket and more than 45 published books in the bank, I did all my research for this book by reading more than a dozen books on the subject of either the Moxley murder, or the Kennedy family’s connection to the Skakels; in particular those concerning Ethel Skakel Kennedy, who married the former United States Attorney General, Robert F. Kennedy. I also pored over 200 magazine and newspaper articles available on the internet; especially the Samford Advocate and Greenwich Times, and the New York Times.
This book is my absolute honest opinion of what transpired in the Martha Moxley murder case.
Of course, opinions are like noses; everybody has one. But I back mine up with facts, not other people’s opinions. I have no horses in this race, and I have no axes to grind.
And I don’t, to shine a favorable light on a blood relative, pull new suspects out of my butt, with absolutely no solid proof that those suspects were even in Greenwich, Connecticut on the night of the murder, forty-one years ago.
Of course, I feel great compassion for the Moxley family. They, along with their daughter, Martha, are the real victims here. No matter what anyone with a vested interest in this case may say.
R.I.P. Martha Moxley (1960-1975)