GREENWICH, Conn. -- Michael Skakel compared the former inspector and state's attorney who prosecuted him in the 1975 murder of Greenwich teen Martha Moxley to terrorists during a conversation outside a courthouse last week, according to newstimes.com.
Skakel was convicted of the murder of his neighbor in 2002 and was serving his prison sentence when a judge granted him a new trial in 2013 due to the ineffectiveness of Skakel's defense attorney, newstimes.com said.
Skakel said that former investigator Frank Garr and state's attorney John Benedict worked to cover up evidence that would have led to the real killer. He also said the two would go to prison if it was the last thing he does, newstimes.com said.
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