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River City Charlie - The Military True Crime Podcast
9 minutes | Jul 15, 2021
Do People Burn Books in America? Remembering Murder in Baker Company: How Four American Soldiers Killed One of Their Own
Today marks 18 years since the brutal murder of Army Specialist Richard Davis - a tragedy that altered the course of many lives, mine included. I want to take a moment to remember him and his family by sharing an article from my archives. For those who prefer to listen, an audio version is also available on the River City Charlie Podcast. ~ Cilla McCain
49 minutes | Jun 26, 2021
The Brandon Caserta Story - Ring the Bell on Toxic Leadership
On June 25, 2018, Caserta left notes to several friends and his parents, walked out on the flight line at Naval Station Norfolk, and hurled himself into the spinning tail rotor of an MH-60S helicopter. "I'm sorry you have to see this," he shouted to the plane captain before he died. Listen for the first time to eyewitness accounts of this tragic day. Some voices have been altered to protect their identities. This podcast contains a description of suicide. If you or someone you know needs help, the Veterans Crisis Hotline is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, at 800-273-8255, press 1. Services also are available online at www.veteranscrisisline.net or by text, 838255.
5 minutes | Sep 29, 2020
River City Charlie - Trailer
Coming soon from Cilla McCain.
11 minutes | Sep 4, 2020
Cold Case Files Episode 1 "Nightmare"
New Host Tracy Shue is excited to announce the launch of River City Charlie's "Cold Case Files." These mini-episodes present the facts of forgotten cases in a straightforward manner in an effort to call attention to so many lost lives that have been forgotten. Episode 1 - titled "Nightmare" is a recap of the evidence surrounding the vicious murder of Blanca Luna.
11 minutes | Sep 4, 2020
River City Charlie's Cold Case Files: Episode 1 - "Nightmare"
Host Tracy Shue is excited to announce the launch of River City Charlie's Cold Case Files. These mini-episodes present the facts of forgotten cases in a straightforward manner in an effort to call attention to so many lost lives that have been forgotten. Episode 1 - titled "Nightmare" is a recap of the evidence surrounding the vicious murder of Blanca Luna.
2 minutes | Jul 31, 2020
The Brandon Caserta Story: Ring the Bell on Toxic Leadership (Excerpt)
On June 25, 2018, Caserta left notes to several friends and his parents, walked out on the flight line at Naval Station Norfolk, and hurled himself into the spinning tail rotor of an MH-60 helicopter. Interviewing his parents Patrick and Teri Caserta, witnesses, and friends, River City Charlie has put together an episode that delves deep into this complex story uncovering what drove a mentally and physically healthy young man to take such a drastic step into suicide. While it's in post-production we'd like to share this excerpt. To hear the full episode, visit www.rivercitycharlie.com and subscribe to be notified of its release. "I'm sorry you have to see this," he shouted to the plane captain before he died. Guest Host Cilla McCain has Covid19 causing the delay of this episodes release. Details will be posted as they are available.
8 minutes | Dec 11, 2019
Military Families are at war FOR the Truth
On July 31, 2008, Colonel Michael Ross Stahlman, USMC, was found in his room at Camp Ramadi, Iraq with a gunshot wound to the left side of his head. The right-handed colonel died Oct. 5, 2008. Despite the fact that he never suffered from depression, within hours, investigators labeled the shooting a suicide attempt. They have stuck with that finding to this day, leaving his widow to bear the task of finding the truth.
13 minutes | Dec 7, 2019
Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
Today, River City Charlie Podcast and Military Families for Justice remember Pearl Harbor. Please take a moment to listen to the historical speech made by Franklin D. Roosevelt the day after the attack on December 7, 1941.
5 minutes | Nov 1, 2019
The River City Charlie Podcast focuses on next level stories of military true crime and injustice. Author Cilla McCain uses her Southern style and investigative skills to bring long-buried and newly emerging mysteries to light. With Producer Tracy Shue – a veteran and Gold Star Wife of a murdered officer- these women are on a mission to give military families and our nations service members a voice. These are the stories the powerful do not want you to hear!
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