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The Brandon Caserta Story: Ring the Bell on Toxic Leadership

The River City Charlie Podcast is the first podcast focused on military true crime and injustice. Unlike so many true crime podcasts, RCC does not present true crimes in a party atmosphere that is disrespectful of victims. Instead, this is a true effort to present facts in a no holds barred format that brings listeners back to a time when compelling stories were told with integrity.

Author Cilla McCain writes, produces, and weaves together the most intriguing stories involving military crime.  These special episodes are devoted to in-depth cases and are the stuff of legend. Cilla's storytelling style has been praised by everyone from some of the country's most respected legal minds, to Oscar-winning writers and directors who have described Cilla's writing as  "...eloquent, disturbing, and haunting.” —Mark Boal, journalist and screenwriter of Zero Dark Thirty, The Hurt Locker, and In the Valley of Elah

Tracy Shue – a veteran and Gold Star Wife of a murdered officer- researches and brings you the latest news headlines with a sprinkling of 15-minute episodes highlighting cold cases.

River City Charlie sprouted from the very important initiatives of the organization Military Families for Justice. Founded by Cilla McCain, Tracy Shue, and Kimberly Stahlman, MFFJ is seeking legislation for bereaved military families who do not have a voice in the legal process surrounding their tragedies. 

 

River City Charlie = "Bloodshed on Base"

 
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