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 death. Victims of pregnancy-related homicide were more likely undereducated, young, and black.
Allegedly Roosevelt Montgomery Jr.* bragged to people that police would never find Nicole’s body in Seward Park. Seattle Police deemed the information credible enough they mounted a thorough search in an attempt to recover her remains. There would be other efforts, but still, Nicole is missing.*
*Under the Redline contacted Roosevelt Montgomery Jr numerous times online via text and phone for a number of weeks. So far he has declined to comment.
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