Matthew L. Moseley (born May 12, 1967 in New Orleans, LA) is a communications and media consultant living in Boulder, Colorado with his wife Kristin, a water rights attorney, and children Charlie and Amelia. He is currently working as a communications strategist for InterMountain Corporate Affairs in Denver.
Matthew is also an author, he released his first book about the controversial Lisl Auman case in May 2010, titled Dear Dr. Thompson: Felony Murder, Hunter S. Thompson and the Last Gonzo Campaign. Walter Isaacson, the President of the Aspen Institute and former editor of Time and CEO of CNN, has said that "Hunter Thompson fought tirelessly for Lisl Auman, on the theory that by doing so he was protecting the rights of all of us. Matthew Moseley provides a colorful and well-researched chronicle of the crusade, which would make Hunter proud."
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Rick Caroll from the Aspen Daily Times has said that "Moseley's “Dear Dr. Thompson” is a satisfying read, even if you know the outcome. That's a testament to Moseley's tenacious research and an ability to freshly deliver a story that crosses many boundaries.
Sure, there are Thompson fans who will pick this book up solely because of him. But regardless of your feelings about Thompson, Moseley's book reveals the dark side of the American justice system, and a campaign that successfully fought it."
Sam Kashner, a contributing editor of Vanity Fair state that "This is Mr. Toad's wild ride through the hellish halls of justice and a true life thriller told in a great stride piano-like style and with eloquent Emile Zolaesque zeal by a young master, a true friend of Hunter S. Thompson's, and something of a legend in his own right. If I am ever busted for something I never did, I want Matt Moseley's phone number sewn into my underwear. Required Reading in this sad era of the Patriot Act."
Rolling Stone editor, Jann Wenner, claims that Dear Dr. Thompson "Will prove to be an extraordinarily valuable addition to the Hunter S. Thompson record."
He is best known for his work with Hunter S. Thompson on the campaign to free Lisl Auman from prison and was recognized in Vanity Fair for his role in the effort. Upon Hunter's death, Matthew became the Owl Farm spokesman, and was hired by Johnny Depp as the communications director for the memorial service, where Thompson's ashes were shot out of a 153-foot-tall Gonzo fist at Owl Farm in Woody Creek, Colorado.
... All Angels Merevale St Mary Middleton St John the Baptist Minworth St George the Martyr Moseley St Agnes Moseley St Anne 1874 Moseley St Mary Nechells St Matthew Nether Whitacre St Giles, Nether Whitacre ...
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