I don’t even want to see Rae Carruth go
to hell. I want him to come to repentance because Rae is never going to have peace
in his life until he tells the truth. In the past I didn’t think it mattered that
he’d just do his time, get out, be free … go along his way. But I think as the time
gets closer for him to get out, I am feeling very differently. Part of me wants to be there the day he walks out so he can acknowledge his son. And then there’s part of me that just wants to be chillin’ out on a beach somewhere on
October 22nd and not even thinking about that it’s October 22nd. “Come here. You see Mommy Angel’s grave site?” “Aren’t those pretty?” “Cherica Adams.” “Yeah.”
“Mommy Angel.” He’s still unrepentive. He’s still unrepentive.
Thus a danger to you & Chancellor. “OK.” “What’d you think?” I think it’s written in all sincerity,
and I believe he’s doing his best to … warn me of the person that he knows. And
I actually feel some of the same kind of way. Rae would never come back here and
do anything, but that doesn’t mean he wouldn’t send someone. So I am a little
anxious, and I’m not gonna live in fear but I’m taking a lot of precautions
because he usually gets somebody else to do his dirty work. And we’re gonna protect Lee.