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Albuquerque-based true crime and mystery podcast with stories from New Mexico and the American desert Southwest. Hosted by Eric Carter-Landin and brought to you by True Consequences Productions.

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Albuquerque-based true crime and mystery podcast with stories from New Mexico and the American desert Southwest. Hosted by Eric Carter-Landin and brought to you by True Consequences Productions.

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    Justice for Leon

    Justice for Leon

    May 10th 1996 was a normal night for Leon Laureles he was getting ready for his midnight shift at the local Kroger. According to his family he left the house at 11:30pm which was normal for him when working this shift as he wanted to show up a little early to talk to his friends at work. Later that night eyewitnesses called the police regarding a car that was engulfed in flames on FM 2126 about 5 miles outside of Brownwood, Texas. When officers arrived they found Leon with a gunshot wound to his head. This case is 26 years old and remains unresolved to this day.
    I am Eric Carter-Landin, and this is Advocacy, a True Consequences Production.

    Follow the case on the Facebook Page:
    https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100088055378357

    Donate to the GoFundMe: https://www.gofundme.com/f/leon-laureles-private-detective-and-memorial

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/JusticeForLeon1
    If you have any information regarding the murder of Leon Laureles, please contact the Brown County Sherriff’s Department at 325-646-5510.

    References:
    https://uncovered.com/cases/leon-laureles-brownwood-tx/timeline
    https://www.facebook.com/529948467076832/posts/cold-case-on-leon-laureles-murder-reopened-it-has-almost-been-24-years-since-ban/3489028157835500/?paipv=0&eav=AfZV9i84GzqUv9rjai3WFUyl8vFbN1YWei8EQ9tTeF8sK1q6vWgpb1_lrgCtLosOcX8&_rdr
    https://www.newspapers.com/clip/106781681/2-911-calls/
    https://www.justice.gov/hatecrimes/hate-crime-statistics
    https://www.equalitytexas.org/new-report-shows-epidemic-of-violence-against-lgbtq-texans/
    https://www.statista.com/statistics/737819/number-of-gender-or-sexual-orientation-related-hate-crime-victims-in-the-us-by-motivation/
    https://ucr.fbi.gov/hate-crime/2018/tables/table-1.xls

    • 20 min
    **AD Free**Justice for Leon Laureles

    **AD Free**Justice for Leon Laureles

    May 10th 1996 was a normal night for Leon Laureles he was getting ready for his midnight shift at the local Kroger. According to his family he left the house at 11:30pm which was normal for him when working this shift as he wanted to show up a little early to talk to his friends at work. Later that night eyewitnesses called the police regarding a car that was engulfed in flames on FM 2126 about 5 miles outside of Brownwood, Texas. When officers arrived they found Leon with a gunshot wound to his head. This case is 26 years old and remains unresolved to this day.
    I am Eric Carter-Landin, and this is Advocacy, a True Consequences Production.

    Follow the case on the Facebook Page:
    https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100088055378357

    Donate to the GoFundMe: https://www.gofundme.com/f/leon-laureles-private-detective-and-memorial

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/JusticeForLeon1

    If you have any information regarding the murder of Leon Laureles, please contact the Brown County Sherriff’s Department at 325-646-5510.

    References:
    https://uncovered.com/cases/leon-laureles-brownwood-tx/timeline
    https://www.facebook.com/529948467076832/posts/cold-case-on-leon-laureles-murder-reopened-it-has-almost-been-24-years-since-ban/3489028157835500/?paipv=0&eav=AfZV9i84GzqUv9rjai3WFUyl8vFbN1YWei8EQ9tTeF8sK1q6vWgpb1_lrgCtLosOcX8&_rdr
    https://www.newspapers.com/clip/106781681/2-911-calls/
    https://www.justice.gov/hatecrimes/hate-crime-statistics
    https://www.equalitytexas.org/new-report-shows-epidemic-of-violence-against-lgbtq-texans/
    https://www.statista.com/statistics/737819/number-of-gender-or-sexual-orientation-related-hate-crime-victims-in-the-us-by-motivation/
    https://ucr.fbi.gov/hate-crime/2018/tables/table-1.xls

    Lilys Story

    Lilys Story

    On October 20th, 2015 in Albuquerque, NM. Two drivers on interstate 40 were involved in a road rage incident. The two vehicles were said to have cut each other off when one driver pulled alongside the truck driven by Alan Garcia that’s when the driver fired into the truck. Then the worst possible scenario happened. A bullet strikes young Lily Garcia in the head. The driver speeds away and numerous people immediately call 911, including, Lily’s dad Alan. Lily’s mother, Veronica, contacted me and asked for an interview. She wanted to make you all aware of the crime that took her beautiful little girl’s life and the man who did it. This is the story of Iliana Rose Garcia.

    This episode is sponsored by Pacific Sensi. Pacific Sensi is a boutique farm in Oregon that grows top-shelf quality hemp flower. Hemp flower looks, smells, and smokes like weed except it's low in THC, so it doesn’t get you high. Pacific Sensi flower is loaded with CBD so you can enjoy the benefits of cannabis without feeling burned out, paranoid or anxious.

    Go to www.pacificsensi.com, to order now - Use promo code “TRUE “ for 10% off

    Today's promo is The Sirens Podcast. https://www.thesirenspodcast.com/

    • 34 min
    **AD FREE EARLY ACCESS** Lily's Story

    **AD FREE EARLY ACCESS** Lily's Story

    Today I am joined by Veronica- Rael Garcia who is the mother of Iliana "Lily" Rose Garcia, who was killed in a road rage incident on October 13, 2015.

    Justice for Mario Diaz

    Justice for Mario Diaz

    Mario Diaz was shot and killed by police on December 7, 2021. His family joins me today to discuss what happened the day he was shot.

    This episode is sponsored by Pacific Sensi. Pacific Sensi is a boutique farm in Oregon that grows top shelf quality hemp flower. Hemp flower looks, smells, and smokes like weed except its low in THC, so it doesn’t get you high. Pacific Sensi flower is loaded with CBD so you can enjoy the benefits of cannabis without feeling burned out, paranoid or anxious.

    Go to www.pacificsensi.com, to order now - Use promo code “TRUE “ for 10% off

    References:
    Family Interview
    Police Reports
    Police Lapel Camera Video
    Eyewitness Cell Phone Video

    • 36 min
    **EARLY AD FREE** Justice for Mario Diaz

    **EARLY AD FREE** Justice for Mario Diaz

    Today I am joined by the family of Mario Diaz.

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/1068397943776281

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
479 Ratings

479 Ratings

team CourtNate and Anna Banana ,

Please don’t sleep on this pod.

Eric is compassionate and also transparent, which is what you really truly need in an ethical podcast. He’s pretty much a mentor in which he sets the bar high for other creators, with high expectations and for good reason. He doesn’t come at the problematic issues occurring in TC from a place of hatred, he comes from a place of authenticity and love. Any time anyone comes to me and asks me my top ten pods, especially those that focus on “humanizing true crime” as he would say, he’s right there at the top. Thank you so much for your advocacy and for continuing to give your time to speak on behalf of those no longer with us. 💜

JAlex3445 ,

How did I miss this?

The only good thing about being late to the game on this podcast is that I have a lot of content to catch up on. I'm going to be disappointed when I catch up and have to wait for new episodes.

Joshuausher ,

Preserves the “True” of True Crime

Admit it - the bulk of the true crime podcasts to which we’re all subscribed and consume each week as as piously as our grandmothers attend Sunday mass. Every one of these podcasts are products of arduous effort and mostly good intent (hence our subscriptions to them), but the conspicuous common denominator shared by most is their formulaic regurgitation of facts from well-organized research, etc. Eric boldly eschews the sensationalism which has forged the identity of true crime especially in the podcasting arena. The courage you’ve displayed in opening up to the community is very commendable; thank you for sharing the harrowing stories you’ve respectfully covered, as well as your personal own. Keep waxing with regard to your multiple pursuits; the voice of your courage is being heard ☮️✡️☯️✝️

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