When You Hear About “Choice,” Remember Rae Carruth’s Victim, Son

By Kirk Walden Very few know the name, Chancellor Lee Adams, who turned 18 the other day. More know the name of his father, former University of Colorado football standout and Carolina Panther Rae Carruth. Carruth was the Panthers’ 1st Round draft pick in 1997 and was making $40,000 per game in the NFL on …

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Chancellor Lee Adams turns 16 today, his “smile ministry” a testimony to his grandmother’s unfailing love and devotion

In 1999, his pregnant mother was gunned down but the boy who was supposed to die survived By Dave Andrusko I first wrote about then-baby Chancellor Lee Adams, his murdered mother Cherica Adams, his grandmother, Saundra Adams, and Chancellor’s father, Rae Carruth, almost 15 years ago. In the nearly decade and a half since Carruth …

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“It has something to do with the power of love”

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. Most the stories in our yearlong “Roe at 40” series, which reprints the best from National Right to Life News, go back one or two decades, or even more. I am including this story (first written in 2001 and twice updated) because it continues to speak to so many pro-lifers, …

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“It has something to do with the power of love”

By Dave Andrusko In 2001, I wrote the following first paragraph:”On January 22–on the 28th anniversary of Roe v. Wade–North Carolina Superior Court Judge Charles Lamm sentenced 27-year-old Rae Carruth to a minimum of 18 years and 11 months in prison for his role in the execution-style murder of his pregnant girlfriend. Miraculously, doctors were …

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