July 11th marks “Relisha Rudd Remembrance Day'' in Washington, DC. Back in 2014, Relisha Rudd, an 8 year old African American girl, went missing from Northeast, DC. Her whereabouts are still unknown. The timeline of Relisha’s disappearance is somewhat unclear but what is clear is that multiple systems failed to keep her safe and the failure of those systems is why no one even knew that she was missing, until it was too late. Tenderfoot TV has partnered with Truer Crime host, Celisia Stanton, to share Relisha Rudd’s story with you. In this episode of Truer Crime, Celisia takes a deeper look into what happens when the systems put in place to protect children, ultimately fail them.
Truer Crime tells stories of real people who are missing, murdered or misled, digging deeper and challenging listeners to ask questions about the root cause of crime, and what justice really is. You can listen to “Truer Crime '' on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.
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