Rae Carruth’s Son He Tried To Kill In 1999 Wants To Greet Him At Prison Release?
Remember the story about the pompous NFL player who set his baby mama up to be killed because he didn’t want to have a baby? That’s the menacing profile of Rae Carruth, ex-NFL star and murderer who has served about 90% of his prison sentence in North Carolina. Back in 1999, Carruth hired a hit man to shoot Cherica Adams to death, luring the woman to a dark road after a date at the movies. Cherica tried to hold on for her life, just long enough to let police know who had set her up. Her son, in her stomach, was suffering from the loss of blood and oxygen. His mother passed, but he survived with complications. The boy, Chancellor was raised by his grandmother Saundra Adams and has lived with cerebral palsy for the past 19 years.
Chancellor’s grandmother now wants Rae Carruth to finally meet his son he tried to kill. But why?? Saundra told the Charlotte News & Observer “Maybe I can just talk to him and tell him some important things about what his son his doing.” She doesn’t plan to just pop up on him at the gate. Saundra says she plans to make contact with Carruth within the next year. He is set to be released in 2018.
Chancellor Adams, now 19, shows of his progress after living with cerebral palsy in this video courtesy of Charlotte News & Observer.
There hasn’t been any reports made yet about Rae Carruth’s progress or rehabilitation during his prison stay. Would you be as faithful as Saundra in this situation?
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