I want to take a moment to thank all those who’ve worked on Kathy’s case and followed her story for more than forty years. Her unsolved murder encompasses multiple twist and turns from corruption to mistakes. From people covering up information to many who’ve pursued justice for Kathy.
I know of courageous people that have come forward over the years with information and also those that still refuse to come forward because of their own fear and shame. I do ask the latter to put that fear and shame aside and do what’s right.
It’s not too late to come forward with the secrets you’ve kept trapped inside for decades. You may wonder what people would think of you or how your family would treat you if they knew. I would like to believe they would consider it courageous. Understanding your adolescent years contained such trauma to your mind, body and soul. It’s not too late to come together as a group and do the right thing knowing that a young girl brutally raped, beaten, strangled and run over by a car counts on it. So do her family and all those that have suffered throughout the years from the hands of the wicked.
The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.