Devastated Family of Murdered Scientist Still Looking for Answers
Norwich, CT – On May 14, 2004, police found the badly-beaten body of Dr. Eugene Mallove outside his childhood home. Dr. Mallove was a former MIT science writer, and the founder and editor of Infinite Energy and President of the New Energy Foundation. His loss is mourned by many across the US and the rest of the world, and by scientists from many different fields. Eight months later, no arrest(s) have been made in the case.
Joanne Mallove, wife:
“An irreplaceable loss … life will never be the same. After 34 years together, we developed an understanding of each other that was precious. I didn’t have to ask my husband how he felt about this or that; I knew already how he would react. We were soul mates.”
Ethan Mallove, son:
“We’re grateful that the Norwich Police have kept us informed of the investigation, but of course, barring an arrest, our sadness deepens at the grave injustice done to such a loving human being. It’s excruciating to think about all the work and sacrifice my Dad was putting in for the betterment of our world, an effort prematurely extinguished by such a senseless and egregious crime. My family and I can never calm until those responsible for this vicious and horrific crime are held accountable.”
Kim Woodard, daughter:
“Our lives as we knew them prior to my father’s death have been shattered. The possibility of this case going …