Mother of Martha Moxley, Greenwich teen murdered in 1975, won’t give up hope for justice in daughter’s case

News 12 Connecticut spoke exclusively with the mother of Martha Moxley, the Greenwich teen who was murdered nearly 40 years ago. Moxley was beaten to

Moxley was beaten to death with a golf

Moxley was beaten to death with a golf club in Greenwich in 1975. (Credit: News 12 )

GREENWICH - News 12 Connecticut spoke exclusively with the mother of Martha Moxley, the Greenwich teen who was murdered nearly 40 years ago.

Moxley was beaten to death with a golf club in Greenwich in 1975.

Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel was convicted of the crime and served 12 years in prison. A few months ago, Skakel was granted an appeal for a new trial and freed on bond.  He will wait until prosecutors decide whether they will seek a new trial in the case.

Moxley says she is not happy that Skakel is free or that he could get a new trial.

She says that even after almost 40 years, she won't give up hope for justice in her daughter's murder.

 

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