S1E8: The Nursery

Show Notes

On the eve of Mike’s departure from South Florida, he hangs out one last time with his old friend, Tony Simmons. Together, they visit Richie’s grave. Then, after serving only half of his 7-year sentence, Chuck is released from prison. Deciding to move north and to a new county, Chuck’s string of good luck finally comes to an end.

Major sources for this episode include:

Primary Sources – Interviews
Echeverri, Leanna. Personal interviews. May 2009 – ongoing.

Chouinard, Julie. Personal interview. 2019.

Falco, Carmine. Letter correspondence. April 2018.

Simmons, Anthony William. Personal interviews. May 2009 – Sept. 2011.

Primary Sources – Police Reports
Alonso, Fabio. Metro-Dade County Police Dept. Sworn Statement of Carmine Charles Robert Falco. Miami: Metro-Dade County Dept., July 19, 1979.

Alonso, Fabio. North Miami Beach Police Dept. Death Scene Investigation Report. North Miami Beach: North Miami Beach Dept., July 19, 1979.

Alonso, Fabio. North Miami Beach Police Dept. Offense – Incident Report. North Miami Beach: North Miami Beach Dept., August 14, 1979.

Primary Sources – Court Records
Carroll, Joseph, BSA IV file. Sexual Abuse in the Boy Scouts.
boyscoutssexualabuse.com/wp-content/uploads/iv_files/bsa_joseph-carroll.pdf

Falco, Carmine Charles Robert v. State of Florida. Appeal Decision. No. 59538. Florida Supreme Court, FL. December 17, 1981.

State of Florida v. Carmine Charles Falco. Gerry Berkowski Dep. No. 82-17826 and 79-11977. Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court in and for Dade County, FL. March 21, 1983.

State of Florida v. Carmine Charles Falco. Transcript of Proceedings. No. 82-17826, 82-22909 and 79-977. Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court in and for Dade County, FL. April 6, 1983.

Secondary Sources – Newspaper Articles
Evans, Judy Plunkett. “Jury Sees Video in Sex Case.” The Miami Herald, 20 July 1994, p. 1-B.

Evans, Judy Plunkett. “Ex-Scout Leader Gets Six Life Terms.” The Miami Herald, 13 October 1994, p. 1-B.

Stein, George. “Ex-Scoutmaster Given 7-year term.” The Miami Herald, 27 July 1983, p. 3-D.

Series Credits:
Written, Hosted and Produced by James Archer and Michael Fragomeni
Based on a true story by Michael Fragomeni

Additional Research by Leanna Echeverri

Sound Design by James Archer

Music:
Theme Music: ‘’19 Floors’’ written and performed by The Big Wheel
“Hey, Stupid!’’ written and performed by The Small Time Napoleons
“Black Limousine” written and performed Rollin Hand
“Not My Girlfriend” written and performed by Dan Wool
“In the Sea” written and performed Sunny Duval
“Hancock” written and performed by Jahzzar
“Whatever Comes” written and performed by The Graham Situation
“Ashes” written and performed by Jahzzar

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Show Notes

On the eve of Mike’s departure from South Florida, he hangs out one last time with his old friend, Tony Simmons. Together, they visit Richie’s grave. Then, after serving only half of his 7-year sentence, Chuck is released from prison. Deciding to move north and to a new county, Chuck’s string of good luck finally comes to an end.

Major sources for this episode include:

Primary Sources – Interviews
Echeverri, Leanna. Personal interviews. May 2009 – ongoing.

Chouinard, Julie. Personal interview. 2019.

Falco, Carmine. Letter correspondence. April 2018.

Simmons, Anthony William. Personal interviews. May 2009 – Sept. 2011.

Primary Sources – Police Reports
Alonso, Fabio. Metro-Dade County Police Dept. Sworn Statement of Carmine Charles Robert Falco. Miami: Metro-Dade County Dept., July 19, 1979.

Alonso, Fabio. North Miami Beach Police Dept. Death Scene Investigation Report. North Miami Beach: North Miami Beach Dept., July 19, 1979.

Alonso, Fabio. North Miami Beach Police Dept. Offense – Incident Report. North Miami Beach: North Miami Beach Dept., August 14, 1979.

Primary Sources – Court Records
Carroll, Joseph, BSA IV file. Sexual Abuse in the Boy Scouts.
boyscoutssexualabuse.com/wp-content/uploads/iv_files/bsa_joseph-carroll.pdf

Falco, Carmine Charles Robert v. State of Florida. Appeal Decision. No. 59538. Florida Supreme Court, FL. December 17, 1981.

State of Florida v. Carmine Charles Falco. Gerry Berkowski Dep. No. 82-17826 and 79-11977. Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court in and for Dade County, FL. March 21, 1983.

State of Florida v. Carmine Charles Falco. Transcript of Proceedings. No. 82-17826, 82-22909 and 79-977. Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court in and for Dade County, FL. April 6, 1983.

Secondary Sources – Newspaper Articles
Evans, Judy Plunkett. “Jury Sees Video in Sex Case.” The Miami Herald, 20 July 1994, p. 1-B.

Evans, Judy Plunkett. “Ex-Scout Leader Gets Six Life Terms.” The Miami Herald, 13 October 1994, p. 1-B.

Stein, George. “Ex-Scoutmaster Given 7-year term.” The Miami Herald, 27 July 1983, p. 3-D.

Series Credits:
Written, Hosted and Produced by James Archer and Michael Fragomeni
Based on a true story by Michael Fragomeni

Additional Research by Leanna Echeverri

Sound Design by James Archer

Music:
Theme Music: ‘’19 Floors’’ written and performed by The Big Wheel
“Hey, Stupid!’’ written and performed by The Small Time Napoleons
“Black Limousine” written and performed Rollin Hand
“Not My Girlfriend” written and performed by Dan Wool
“In the Sea” written and performed Sunny Duval
“Hancock” written and performed by Jahzzar
“Whatever Comes” written and performed by The Graham Situation
“Ashes” written and performed by Jahzzar

This show is brought to you by the Apostrophe Podcast Network and powered by Acast.

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