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Thread: Chancellor Lee Adams - the son Rae Carruth tried to kill

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    Chancellor Lee Adams - the son Rae Carruth tried to kill

    Lovely story - his grandmother is quite a woman.

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/201...p&sct=hp_wr_a2


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    God Bless them........................

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    Just remarkable that such beauty was born from such ugliness. How they described the inner radiance and pure goodness of the" child they couldn't kill" made me tear up. Sweetness itself

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    This a very touching story. I sincerely hope this kid can continue to get the love he deserves. His grandmother must be a strong person to take on that responsibility and keep it up. It can be overwhelmingly hard to care for a person with his condition. They are blessed to have each other. Its nice to see a story like this these days.
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    This poor kid struck out when it came to his dad, but he drew the long straw when he got his grandma.

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    Gotta love a Grandma's love for her Grandson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cash View Post
    Custody or a relationship? WTF! This young man has done well without you in his life,you have no business being a part of it. He has unconditional love from his Grandmother, and I'm sure others. Leave them alone.
    To really know people is to be able to read between the lines on their faces.

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