In the summer of 2008, a group of kids who didn’t know each other showed up at Trevor Moore’s home. They were friends with another group that was doing a benefit concert and needed someone to help set up. The same thing had happened many times before, so they figured it would be worth it to show their support by helping out. But this time, they found something far more sinister than a typical benefit — this was one of the most famous unsolved murders in U.S. history. So many questions remained unanswered that it was enough for them to ask: What if there is more to Trevor Moore than what we know? What if he actually knows something? We recently sat down with Trevor Moore, who is now age 76, and asked him about his early days as a murder suspect, how he got connected to Jody Watley and others who have gone on trial for the Greer family’s murders, how he became Whitest Kids U Know (Trevor Moore – The True story of how Trevor Moore became “The Whitest Kids U Know” read more
What is known about Trevor Moore?
As a child growing up in the late 1960s and early 1970s, Trevor Moore made headlines for his obsession with his little sister, Jody. She was several years younger than he was and they spent almost every free moment they had together. Indeed, it’s believed that their animated drawings, which he created for school, were the inspiration for House of Cards’ Kevin Spacey. The problems started when Jody, now an adult, decided she was going to college. While she was in school, she met her future husband, Tyler, who is now her child-aged son. When she got home one day, she found him in the backyard playing a electronic game. With the word “Murder” written on the screen, she went in to investigate. After a while, she eventually found her husband’s body sprawled out on the ground.
Jody Watley’s trial
Jody Watley’s defense attorney Kathleen O’Toole said she wasn’t sure if she would win on charges of attempted murder, aggravated manslaughter or both. She said she only knew Jody’s family and friends well enough to know that she was an attractive young woman who was carefully chosen by her abductors. “I knew her for only a short time, but I knew her friends, and I knew people who knew people who knew Jody’s family,” O’Toole said. “So, I had no idea how successful she would become as a criminal.” At the end of the day, as far as we know, Jody didn’t kill anyone. Her family members and friends claim that she dated and eventually married a man before becoming a victim. Her trial was heavily scrutinized for its low blow nature, its low-key nature and the fact that almost no evidence was ever found to suggest that she committed any other crimes.
How Trevor Moore became “The Whitest Kids U Know”
After Jody was indicted on charges of attempted murder, she immediately went on the offensive, filing suit against the DA, her former attorney and her parents. They argued that she was underage and free of any parental authority, and that her actions were prompted by her desire for freedom. So far, 40-year-old Trevor Moore has been charged with one count of aggravated manslaughter, six counts of first-degree murder and one count of kidnapping for his part in the abduction and murder of Jody Watley.
Why is Trevor Moore such a mystery?
Some people have theorized that perhaps the reasons he is so elusive are related to his dark side: He’s a pedophile, or at least he’s suspected as such, and he’s trying to protect his family. These rumors have gained ground during his trial, where several witnesses said they had heard him talking about having sex with minors. However, in all the media coverage of the case, there was very little discussion about what the actual reason might be.
Where can we find out more about him?
Some of the most intriguing questions we have are: Why is Trevor Moore such a mystery? And, why is he still considered a suspect? We know that he has been charged with one count of aggravated manslaughter, six counts of first-degree murder and one count of kidnapping for his part in the abduction and murder of Jody Watley. However, the most intriguing question we have is, “Why is Trevor Moore such a mystery?” We’ve been put in the position to solve one of the most fascinating cases of our time, and the only way for us to do so is to speak with Trevor Moore today. We’d love to speak with him when he’s in the United States; we would like to talk to him in his native Scotland, as well.な(