Former Carolina Panthers player Rae Carruth is scheduled to become a free man Monday after nearly 19 years behind bars.
Anchor Erica Bryant and reporters Mark Becker and Glenn Counts have followed the lives of those involved and impacted by the case that shook the Queen City for years.
CLICK the videos below to watch Channel 9's primetime special, "Life after Death: Rae Carruth and the Son who Survived."
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We will have live team coverage at Sampson Correctional Facility in Clinton, North Carolina leading up to Rae Carruth's release from prison, on Eyewitness News Daybreak.
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