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The State of Georgia (AD 1788) } The County of Macon (AD 1837) } Subscribed and affirmed The United

States of America (AD 1789-1791) }

Affidavit of (parent's name redacted) re: Susan Barr (Macon County, Georgia DFCS social worker) kidnapped (child's name redacted) A criminal act expressed at Georgia 16-5-40. Kidnapping 1. 2. 3. 4. On 12/6/2012 at around noontime Susan Barr ( hereinafter Susan) kidnapped (child's name redacted) from his parents and grandparent. Susan took (child's name redacted) from his parents while at the Doctors Hospital in Augusta, Georgia. At no time did (child's name redacted)'s parents consent to the taking of their child. At no time before, during, or after the kidnapping did Susan provide a lawful warrant, probable cause, or exigent circumstance to justify the seizing of (child's name redacted). While in the custody of his captors, (child's name redacted) sustained an injury to his left wrist. Given that (child's name redacted) was injured while in the custody of his captors Susan has committed an aggravated kidnapping. Susan refused to disclose to (child's name redacted)'s parents where she was taking (child's name redacted). Susan was assisted by armed individuals, another social worker by the name of Karan Albritton, several Doctors Hospital medical staff, and Doctors Hospital security personnel. Susan crossed over several County lines while absconding with (child's name redacted).

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O.C.G.A. 16-5-40. Kidnapping (a) A person commits the offense of kidnapping when such person abducts or steals away another person without lawful authority or warrant and holds such other person against his or her will. (b) (1) For the offense of kidnapping to occur, slight movement shall be sufficient; provided, however, that any such slight movement of another person which occurs while in the commission of any other offense shall not constitute the offense of kidnapping if such movement is merely incidental to such other offense. (2) Movement shall not be considered merely incidental to another offense if it: (A) Conceals or isolates the victim; (B) Makes the commission of the other offense substantially easier; (C) Lessens the risk of detection; or (D) Is for the purpose of avoiding apprehension. (c) The offense of kidnapping shall be considered a separate offense and shall not merge with any other offense. (d) A person convicted of the offense of kidnapping shall be punished by: (1) Imprisonment for not less than ten nor more than 20 years if the kidnapping involved a victim who was 14 years of age or older; (2) Imprisonment for life or by a split sentence that is a term of imprisonment for not less than 25 years and not exceeding life imprisonment, followed by probation for life, if the kidnapping involved a victim who is less than 14 years of age; (3) Life imprisonment or death if the kidnapping was for ransom; or (4) Life imprisonment or death if the person kidnapped received bodily injury. (e) Any person convicted under this Code section shall, in addition, be subject to the sentencing and punishment provisions of Code Sections 17-10-6.1 and 17-10-7. (f) The offense of kidnapping is declared to be a continuous offense, and venue may be in any county where the accused exercises dominion or control over the person of another.

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Personal Affirmation: Thus Be it known to all men of sound moral fiber by these presents on this____day of the____month, in the Year of our Lord Jesus Christ two thousand thirteen (as men measure such things), and pursuant to scriptural mandate (Matthew 5: 33-37), that this document is hereby subscribed and solemnly Affirmed on my own name with all honorable intent and without swearing by me, (parent's name redacted), the undersigned. I Affirm that all of the foregoing is true and correct to the best of my knowledge, remembrance and understanding. I Affirm that I am of lawful adult age and am competent to execute this Instrument. I hereby affix my own signature to all of the Affirmations in this entire document with explicit reservation of all my unalienable rights as granted to me by God alone. This Instrument is hereby respectfully subscribed by me, (parent's name redacted) as a free and voluntary act and deed. All Rights and Remedies reserved under the watchful eye and aegis of God Almighty alone (and no other), without prejudice, waiver or surrender: non-assumpsit per idem sonans persona ficta: X.................................................. (parent's name redacted) (in esse) sui juris

Personal Affirmation: Thus Be it known to all men of sound moral fiber by these presents on this____day of the____month, in the Year of our Lord Jesus Christ two thousand thirteen (as men measure such things), and pursuant to scriptural mandate (Matthew 5: 33-37), that this document is hereby subscribed and solemnly Affirmed on my own name with all honorable intent and without swearing by me, (parent's name redacted), the undersigned. I Affirm that all of the foregoing is true and correct to the best of my knowledge, remembrance and understanding. I Affirm that I am of lawful adult age and am competent to execute this Instrument. I hereby affix my own signature to all of the Affirmations in this entire document with explicit reservation of all my unalienable rights as granted to me by God alone. This Instrument is hereby respectfully subscribed by me, (parent's name redacted) as a free and voluntary act and deed. All Rights and Remedies reserved under the watchful eye and aegis of God Almighty alone (and no other), without prejudice, waiver or surrender: non-assumpsit per idem sonans persona ficta: X.................................................. (parent's name redacted) (in esse) sui juris I, the undersigned Notary Public, do hereby affirm that (parent's names redacted) personally appeared before me on the ___ day of July 2013 and signed the above affidavit of their own volition. ________________________________ Notary Public Page 3 of 3