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For example, Martha, we know, had a curfew that night. She was still living under a parental probation for some recent disobedience. Mrs. Moxley was expecting Martha to be home by 9:30 pm. However, Martha, according to Tommy (and corroborated by the testimony of others) was interested in having Tommy joining her, later on, for some "hacking." If Martha did intend to participate in such activity later that night, it would require defiance of her curfew. If we accept Tommy's version of events, Martha was serious about avoiding a blatant violation [^] her curfew. If she planned on doing any hacking that night, she would have to sneak out. Given that her mother, Mrs. Moxley, is alleged to have been intoxicated on the night in question, it seems all too possible that Martha could have returned home. Either her mother was never aware of that fact, or simply, impaired by alcohol, forgot Martha had made an appearance.

Along the lines of speculation, scenarios in which Michael and Tommy could have conspired together have been considered by a number of experts in the case. Given all the information we have at this point, such a scenario seems unlikely, but further investigation and access to pertinent materials is recommended.

The following essentially illustrates what Michael confessed to once he altered and amended the original story he had been telling the police (from the time-line):

11:33 pm--According to John Skakel, as reported to Sutton investigators while under hypnosis on either 1/6/93 or 3/15/93, someone went in or out of the house at this point. "It was changing to 11:33 on the clock radio," John remembers. "Something going on in the mud room." And then "The noise ... the sound of the back door." Questioned again about this point on May 4, 1993, John added, "I didn't hear anything in the kitchen, so whoever it was must not have gone through the kitchen."

11:40 pm--Michael reported to Willis Krebs, during his interview on 8/4/92, that a short time after going to bed, at approximately 11:40 pm, he used the front hallway rear door to exit the house. Krebs reports: "Upon leaving the house, he ran towards Walsh Lane and after passing the Moxley residence, turned right into a driveway, walked to the end and approached a ground floor window of the house. Michael stated that he had been at the house on other occasions to look at the woman who resided therein (name unknown). This woman, on many previous occasions, would not be wearing clothing. On this occasion the woman was lying on a couch wearing some sort of night garment. After looking into this window for a short period of time, he walked to the Moxley's [Moxleys'] house, climbed a tree and looked into the room he thought was Martha's. He yelled at the window, "Martha, Martha," but there was no response. Michael then stated that he masturbated to orgasm in the tree. After climbing down, he stopped near a street light on Walsh Lane. Michael stated that he felt "someone's presence" in the area where Martha's body was eventually discovered. He yelled "into the darkness" and threw something at the trees. Still fearing what was there he ran back to his house. he crossed in front of his house, and finding all doors locked, climbed to the second floor and entered his room through his bedroom window. He felt he was out of the house between 30 and 45 minutes, arriving home at sometime around


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