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She has spoken at different prisons in both Carolinas about a half-dozen times now.

There are 25 men in front of Saundra and Chancellor Lee, all of them sitting in brown plastic chairs.

The picture of Cherica enclosed in the necklace was taken only a few days before she was shot. Chancellor Lee seems untroubled by the dark circumstances that brought him into the world 10 weeks prematurely, however. He will eat the first piece of birthday cake, which will feature his favorite strawberry mousse filling as well as a picture of a horse."Chancellor will be in the starring role," Saundra Adams says, beaming. You only get to be 18 once."We are sitting together in Charlotte's Freedom Park along with Chancellor Lee. I congratulate Chancellor Lee for his upcoming birthday."Thank you," he says, smiling hugely."The time has flown by," Adams says.

more Former Carolina Panthers receiver Rae Carruth exits the courtroom in Charlotte, N. 22, 2001, after Judge Charles Lamm sentenced him to at least 18 years and 11 months and a maximum of 24 years and four months in the murder of his former girlfriend Cherica Adams. In most of those sentences, he either affirms what you just asked him or shows extreme politeness. Carruth remains in a North Carolina prison for his role in masterminding the conspiracy to murder Cherica Adams, his on-and-off girlfriend, in 1999.Once Carruth moved to Charlotte after the Panthers picked him in the first round of the 1997 NFL draft, they talked occasionally.Embree was shocked by Carruth's arrest and subsequent conviction for conspiracy to commit murder. 27 in 1997 — Carruth dropped several spots lower than expected on his draft day — Carruth's mother told The Observer at the time that she was glad he would play for the Panthers even though she still lived in California.He also had a brief, heavily supervised visit with his son inside this very jail when Chancellor Lee was a year old. This was in 2000, before Carruth was convicted and sentenced to nearly 19 years in prison.Adams says that once Carruth realized the visit could not be photographed or filmed by the media that he wasn't much interested anymore in seeing his son, and ended the visit after about 10 minutes.

more Former Carolina Panthers receiver Rae Carruth exits the courtroom in Charlotte, N. 22, 2001, after Judge Charles Lamm sentenced him to at least 18 years and 11 months and a maximum of 24 years and four months in the murder of his former girlfriend Cherica Adams. In most of those sentences, he either affirms what you just asked him or shows extreme politeness. Carruth remains in a North Carolina prison for his role in masterminding the conspiracy to murder Cherica Adams, his on-and-off girlfriend, in 1999.Once Carruth moved to Charlotte after the Panthers picked him in the first round of the 1997 NFL draft, they talked occasionally.Embree was shocked by Carruth's arrest and subsequent conviction for conspiracy to commit murder. 27 in 1997 — Carruth dropped several spots lower than expected on his draft day — Carruth's mother told The Observer at the time that she was glad he would play for the Panthers even though she still lived in California.He also had a brief, heavily supervised visit with his son inside this very jail when Chancellor Lee was a year old. This was in 2000, before Carruth was convicted and sentenced to nearly 19 years in prison.Adams says that once Carruth realized the visit could not be photographed or filmed by the media that he wasn't much interested anymore in seeing his son, and ended the visit after about 10 minutes.She plans to get into the reasons she long ago forgave Carruth and her conspirators later.