investigation. An aggressive look into exactly who had
a hand in the Windham trip and the decisions of the
family immediately following the murder must be
initiated. The issue of how Littleton made the trip
should be one of the foremost concerns.
Unfortunately, there are many issues with regards to Ken Littleton that need further investigation and clarification before any resolution can be reached as to his possible involvement in the murder of Martha Moxley. As mentioned earlier in this section, a great number of allegations and innuendos have been made against Littleton, particularly after Greenwich Police Detectives Soloman [Solomon] and Garr recently intensified their interest in him. According to Ken, he willingly submitted to their questioning, but finally relented after it was clear he was being given "the naked light-bulb treatment." Some of the allegations are as follows: 1) Ken Littleton had some sort of a sexual encounter with the wife of a fellow teacher from the Brunswick school at a softball picnic during the Spring of 1976. Although there were no charges brought, it has been alleged that Littleton was attempting to rape her. 2) Other somewhat similar incidents of teenaged girls bludgeoned to death are alleged to have occurred in close proximity to Littleton's whereabouts. 3) Littleton was arrested for DWI and Assault and Battery, after having been driving the wrong way down a street frequented by prostitutes. He mumbled that "he had to speak to the Kennedys."
On the other hand, here are a few details we know to be accurate: 1) Within a year of the murder, Littleton was given and failed two polygraph tests. At first, Littleton claimed he was being represented by Tommy's attorney, Manny Margolis, but then retained John Meerbergen. 2) After making a full confession with regards to his crime spree on Nantucket, Littleton is given a 5-7 year suspended sentence in May of 1977. He refused to submit to a sodium amytal interview regarding the murder of Martha Moxley in exchange for a reduced charge. 3) Littleton was arrested at least three times in Orlando, Florida. On February 14, 1982, his [WW] is convicted on charges of trespassing and disorderly conduct. When arrested, he gives a false name. On February 28, 1982, he is convicted of disorderly conduct again. On March 3, 1982, Littleton is convicted of shoplifting. We know he was drinking heavily at this point. 4) In subsequent years, he was arrested for numerous DWI offenses.
The period when Littleton was in Florida, however, is of special portent. Martha Moxley's father, before his passing, recorded in his papers that Littleton called him at that time and expressed condolence for Martha's death, saying he wanted to take a sodium pentathol test to help solve the case. When asked about this call by our investigator in Boston, Littleton initially denied ever speaking with Mr. Moxley. He claimed that only his wife had actually spoke [sp] to Mr. Moxley. When later confronted with the specific recollections of the call from Mr. Moxley's personal papers, Littleton conceded he may have spoken to him while in a state of severe intoxication, stating, "Maybe I spoke to him when I was really shit-faced." Littleton's accusers have pointed to this incident as an indication of his guilt and need for contrition.
Given his devastated existence, the notion that Littleton is somehow haunted by his actions, or inactions, regarding the murder of Martha Moxley, seems unavoidable. "I attribute [my life's