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Part 16: Q & A: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Do we have a relationship to Roosevelt Montgomery? Is the podcast ”fake news” or journalism? What does the Seattle Police Department think of our coverage? We address the questions, rumors, nonsense, and facts.

42 MIN2017 MAY 1
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Part 16: Q & A: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Part 15: Correction: Our Interview with Lakeshea Caldwell: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

The purpose of journalism is to tell the truth of the story. To do so, we must revisit Part 14, and our interview with Lakeshea Caldwell about the last time Nicole Cearo was seen alive. What happens when we find a discrepancy in the reporting? We correct the record, fully. Part 16 is available now, click here to listen.

26 MIN2017 MAY 1
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Part 15: Correction: Our Interview with Lakeshea Caldwell: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Part 11: In Memoriam: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Michael Cearo is Nicole Cearo’s father. You will be tempted to dismiss him, or judge him, but the truth is, his love for and commitment to his daughter is a testament. Mr.Cearo blames himself for the path his daughter’s life took. At one point, he had to make a decision, what is best for Nicole? His pain cannot be denied. It cannot be ignored. How can he spend his entire life, and then die, having never known what happened to his daughter? What does it mean, when a man who spent more than 20 years in prison himself, wants the same for those who allegedly killed his first born child? He says he has been in contact with the detectives working the case. His account of what they told him about existing evidence into Nicole’s death is confounding. Now, he has a message for the state of Washington, from the Prosecutor’s Office to the Town: take my daughter’s alleged killer to trial. More aboutUnder the Redline Contact the Team Copyright Notice 2016-2017 All rights reserved. Under the...

21 MIN2017 MAR 24
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Part 11: In Memoriam: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Part 10 Q & A: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo, behind the scenes. Was Mr. Montgomery- or anyone else- cleared through DNA or polygraph testing? What is a podcast? Where is Nicole’s body? Is this story real? When is the next episode? And who snitched? Your questions, and our answers. More aboutUnder the Redline Contact the Team Copyright Notice 2016-2017 All rights reserved. Under the Redline is a publication of Black Owned Media Broadcasting Company/BOMBCo./Sakara Remmu. All content, unless otherwise noted, including but not limited to text, photographs, graphics, video, audio content, and computer code are protected by copyright as collective works or compilation under the copyright laws of the United States and other countries. Individual episodes, articles, photographs, graphics, video, audio, and other content or elements comprising are also copyrighted works. All copyrights are owned by us or by our third-party licensors to the extent permitted under the United States Copyright Act and a...

27 MIN2017 MAR 20
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Part 10 Q & A: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Part 9: The Final Hours: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

EMarch 30th, 2009 is the last known day Nicole Cearo was seen alive. What the public knows about what detectives have pieced together in the nearly eight years since, is nil . She was with Mr. Montgomery. She went to see her mom. Maybe they went by a local club in Skyway. From there, no details, and no trace of her.Over the years, SPD has searched for her remains in multiple locations. A few have claimed police “missed the body.” Allegedly, there is an entire group of people with direct knowledge of what happened to Nicole Cearo, but are convinced that whatever they know, or saw, or heard doesn’t matter, because there is no body. The belief is, no body, no murder, no arrest, no case, no reason to risk my life opening my mouth. Once those people learned police couldn’t find the body, they didn’t talk, stopped talking, or left town allegedly, to avoid talking. It was as if it became scientific fact: fire is hot, ice is cold, the body of Nicole Cearo will never be found. According ...

18 MIN2017 MAR 17
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Part 9: The Final Hours: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Part 8: Alleged Ratt Pacc Murder Pact: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

EPoints of interest in the case of Nicole Cearo. The oldest gangs in Seattle are entrenched in its communities. Gangs are generational and familial and some rivalries go back decades. Within gangs like 74 Hoover, there are sets; gangs within the gang. If ever a Seattle gang could be described as notorious, the Ratt Pacc fits the bill, and the ongoing body count and felony criminal cases from the local to the federal level are proof of that. Roosevelt Montgomery Jr*. is a member of the Ratt Pacc of south Seattle’s 74 Hoover gang and goes by the name Baby Ratt. He has declined to participate in an interview for this series. Witnesses and police records exhaustively document Mr. Montgomery’s gang related activity; shootings and assaults, including fellow and rival gang members, women and young girls, including relatives and former girlfriends. He has also been a victim of gang violence, shot himself on at least two separate occasions. Mr. Montgomery and other members of 74 Hoover are ...

14 MIN2017 MAR 15
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Part 8: Alleged Ratt Pacc Murder Pact: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Part 7: Is Nicole Alive, or Did She Deserve to Die? UtRL Q & A: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Since her disappearance in 2009 there have been rumors Nicole Cearo, aka Capricorn, is alive. There is also the culture of the “unspoken known” of what allegedly happened to her; killed and dumped in Seattle. It isknown.But it is notspoken of. In this special episode of The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo:Is Nicole still living? Have Seattle Police failed to locate her alive and well? If dead, many have quietly, and sometimes publicly said, “she deserved it.” Should her killer then go unpunished? Is her suspected death of her own doing? Does it matter she was reportedly pregnant? Are black women ever truly victims? Have suspects been cleared by DNA? How would that be possible if no body has been recovered in the homicide investigation? What is the process for researching, confirming and producing Under the Redline:The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo, and why bother telling her story at all? Additional topics: The Town vs Seattle; process of researching for reporting and podcasting...

29 MIN2017 MAR 11
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Part 7: Is Nicole Alive, or Did She Deserve to Die? UtRL Q & A: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Part 6: Witness to Violence against Nicole aka Capricorn: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Violence against women isn’t simply a criminal justice issue, it is a public health epidemic. In particular, Black women suffer intimate partner violence about 22 times the rate of women of other races, and 35% higher than white women. The number one killer of Black women between 15 to 34 is homicide at the ha

11 MIN2017 MAR 10
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Part 6: Witness to Violence against Nicole aka Capricorn: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Part 5: Murdered. Still Missing: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Statistically, pregnancy is at best a common precursor to homicide, and at worst, a motive for murder. Pregnant women in the United States are more likely to die from murder than most of the common pregnancy related medical problems. Of those, about half died violently and had had some sort of conflict with their current or former partners leading up to the

10 MIN2017 MAR 6
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Part 5: Murdered. Still Missing: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Part 4: Suspicions vs Suspects, Then and Now: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Our interview with SPD Continues. Roosevelt Montgomery Jr. has what law enforcement would describe as a lengthy criminal record and over the years numerous encounters with police, including possession of a stolen vehicle, theft, domestic violence and child abuse. He is at times described in police documents as armed and dangerous. He was 25 when Nicole disappeared, and is now 33, still living in Seattle. To date, he has not been charged with her murder.

8 MIN2017 MAR 6
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Part 4: Suspicions vs Suspects, Then and Now: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo
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Latest Episodes

Part 16: Q & A: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Do we have a relationship to Roosevelt Montgomery? Is the podcast ”fake news” or journalism? What does the Seattle Police Department think of our coverage? We address the questions, rumors, nonsense, and facts.

42 MIN2017 MAY 1
Comments
Part 16: Q & A: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Part 15: Correction: Our Interview with Lakeshea Caldwell: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

The purpose of journalism is to tell the truth of the story. To do so, we must revisit Part 14, and our interview with Lakeshea Caldwell about the last time Nicole Cearo was seen alive. What happens when we find a discrepancy in the reporting? We correct the record, fully. Part 16 is available now, click here to listen.

26 MIN2017 MAY 1
Comments
Part 15: Correction: Our Interview with Lakeshea Caldwell: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Part 11: In Memoriam: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Michael Cearo is Nicole Cearo’s father. You will be tempted to dismiss him, or judge him, but the truth is, his love for and commitment to his daughter is a testament. Mr.Cearo blames himself for the path his daughter’s life took. At one point, he had to make a decision, what is best for Nicole? His pain cannot be denied. It cannot be ignored. How can he spend his entire life, and then die, having never known what happened to his daughter? What does it mean, when a man who spent more than 20 years in prison himself, wants the same for those who allegedly killed his first born child? He says he has been in contact with the detectives working the case. His account of what they told him about existing evidence into Nicole’s death is confounding. Now, he has a message for the state of Washington, from the Prosecutor’s Office to the Town: take my daughter’s alleged killer to trial. More aboutUnder the Redline Contact the Team Copyright Notice 2016-2017 All rights reserved. Under the...

21 MIN2017 MAR 24
Comments
Part 11: In Memoriam: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Part 10 Q & A: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo, behind the scenes. Was Mr. Montgomery- or anyone else- cleared through DNA or polygraph testing? What is a podcast? Where is Nicole’s body? Is this story real? When is the next episode? And who snitched? Your questions, and our answers. More aboutUnder the Redline Contact the Team Copyright Notice 2016-2017 All rights reserved. Under the Redline is a publication of Black Owned Media Broadcasting Company/BOMBCo./Sakara Remmu. All content, unless otherwise noted, including but not limited to text, photographs, graphics, video, audio content, and computer code are protected by copyright as collective works or compilation under the copyright laws of the United States and other countries. Individual episodes, articles, photographs, graphics, video, audio, and other content or elements comprising are also copyrighted works. All copyrights are owned by us or by our third-party licensors to the extent permitted under the United States Copyright Act and a...

27 MIN2017 MAR 20
Comments
Part 10 Q & A: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Part 9: The Final Hours: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

EMarch 30th, 2009 is the last known day Nicole Cearo was seen alive. What the public knows about what detectives have pieced together in the nearly eight years since, is nil . She was with Mr. Montgomery. She went to see her mom. Maybe they went by a local club in Skyway. From there, no details, and no trace of her.Over the years, SPD has searched for her remains in multiple locations. A few have claimed police “missed the body.” Allegedly, there is an entire group of people with direct knowledge of what happened to Nicole Cearo, but are convinced that whatever they know, or saw, or heard doesn’t matter, because there is no body. The belief is, no body, no murder, no arrest, no case, no reason to risk my life opening my mouth. Once those people learned police couldn’t find the body, they didn’t talk, stopped talking, or left town allegedly, to avoid talking. It was as if it became scientific fact: fire is hot, ice is cold, the body of Nicole Cearo will never be found. According ...

18 MIN2017 MAR 17
Comments
Part 9: The Final Hours: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Part 8: Alleged Ratt Pacc Murder Pact: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

EPoints of interest in the case of Nicole Cearo. The oldest gangs in Seattle are entrenched in its communities. Gangs are generational and familial and some rivalries go back decades. Within gangs like 74 Hoover, there are sets; gangs within the gang. If ever a Seattle gang could be described as notorious, the Ratt Pacc fits the bill, and the ongoing body count and felony criminal cases from the local to the federal level are proof of that. Roosevelt Montgomery Jr*. is a member of the Ratt Pacc of south Seattle’s 74 Hoover gang and goes by the name Baby Ratt. He has declined to participate in an interview for this series. Witnesses and police records exhaustively document Mr. Montgomery’s gang related activity; shootings and assaults, including fellow and rival gang members, women and young girls, including relatives and former girlfriends. He has also been a victim of gang violence, shot himself on at least two separate occasions. Mr. Montgomery and other members of 74 Hoover are ...

14 MIN2017 MAR 15
Comments
Part 8: Alleged Ratt Pacc Murder Pact: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Part 7: Is Nicole Alive, or Did She Deserve to Die? UtRL Q & A: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Since her disappearance in 2009 there have been rumors Nicole Cearo, aka Capricorn, is alive. There is also the culture of the “unspoken known” of what allegedly happened to her; killed and dumped in Seattle. It isknown.But it is notspoken of. In this special episode of The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo:Is Nicole still living? Have Seattle Police failed to locate her alive and well? If dead, many have quietly, and sometimes publicly said, “she deserved it.” Should her killer then go unpunished? Is her suspected death of her own doing? Does it matter she was reportedly pregnant? Are black women ever truly victims? Have suspects been cleared by DNA? How would that be possible if no body has been recovered in the homicide investigation? What is the process for researching, confirming and producing Under the Redline:The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo, and why bother telling her story at all? Additional topics: The Town vs Seattle; process of researching for reporting and podcasting...

29 MIN2017 MAR 11
Comments
Part 7: Is Nicole Alive, or Did She Deserve to Die? UtRL Q & A: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Part 6: Witness to Violence against Nicole aka Capricorn: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Violence against women isn’t simply a criminal justice issue, it is a public health epidemic. In particular, Black women suffer intimate partner violence about 22 times the rate of women of other races, and 35% higher than white women. The number one killer of Black women between 15 to 34 is homicide at the ha

11 MIN2017 MAR 10
Comments
Part 6: Witness to Violence against Nicole aka Capricorn: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Part 5: Murdered. Still Missing: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Statistically, pregnancy is at best a common precursor to homicide, and at worst, a motive for murder. Pregnant women in the United States are more likely to die from murder than most of the common pregnancy related medical problems. Of those, about half died violently and had had some sort of conflict with their current or former partners leading up to the

10 MIN2017 MAR 6
Comments
Part 5: Murdered. Still Missing: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Part 4: Suspicions vs Suspects, Then and Now: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo

Our interview with SPD Continues. Roosevelt Montgomery Jr. has what law enforcement would describe as a lengthy criminal record and over the years numerous encounters with police, including possession of a stolen vehicle, theft, domestic violence and child abuse. He is at times described in police documents as armed and dangerous. He was 25 when Nicole disappeared, and is now 33, still living in Seattle. To date, he has not been charged with her murder.

8 MIN2017 MAR 6
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Part 4: Suspicions vs Suspects, Then and Now: The Life and Death of Nicole Cearo
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