The Killing of Kathy Page Part 2: Three Billboards and Civil Liability

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When Kathy Page’s father erected three signs along Interstate 10 implicating his daughter’s husband in her 1991 killing, it was out of frustration resulting both from the Vidor Police’s failure to put together a case against their number one suspect and the suspect’s blatant falsehoods and odd behavior. Eventually, years after Kathy’s murder, her parents took Steve Page to civil court alleging that he was responsible. On their third attempt at holding him accountable the only way they could, a jury found Steve Page to be responsible for the murder, but Vidor Police were never able to get a grand jury to indict him on criminal charges.
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Special thanks to our good pal Erica at Southern Fried True Crime for her help with research and information. Her episode on Kathy’s murder is excellent and, like every single other episode she’s done, we highly recommend it. You can find Southern Fried True Crime at:
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