What Is RFK Jr.’s Connection To Martha Moxley Case?
In 2016, Robert F. Kennedy. Jr. published “Framed: Why Michael Skakel Spent Over a Decade in Prison for a Murder He Didn’t Commit," which attempted to clear his cousin’s name.
Watch Episode 3 Of 'Murder And Justice: The Case Of Martha Moxley' Now
Laura Coates re-explores the tragic 1975 murder of 15-year-old Martha Moxley.
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Murder and Justice Bonus: Should Police Have Taken A Closer Look At Tommy Skakel?
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Murder and Justice: Can New Evidence Help Solve The Murder of Martha Moxley?
Classmate Insists Michael Skakel Never Confessed To Murder
In 2002, Chuck Seigan testified that Michael Skakel told classmates he was intoxicated the night Martha Moxley was murdered, and that he did not know if he was the one who killed her.
Michael Skakel Recalls Night Of Martha Moxley's Murder
In the late 1990s, Michael Skakel made an audio recording for his unpublished memoir, “Dead Man Talking: A Kennedy Cousin Comes Clean,” which included his account of the night Martha Moxley died.