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THE STATE OF TEXAS EXHIBIT "A"
COUNTY OF COLLIN /
THE UNDERSIGNED AFFIANT, BEING A PEACE OFFICER UNDER THE LAWS OF TEXAS
AND BEING DULY SWORN. ON OATH MAKES THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS AND
1. THERE IS IN COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS A SUSPECTED PLACE DESCRIBED AND LOCATED
From the intersection of County Road 134 and County Road 132, first house south
on County Road 132 on the west side of the roadway, approximately I mile
from the intersection of 134 and 132. Said house is described as a rough cedar,
one-story frame facing east. Also located on the property to the south of the
house is an automobile garage and behind the house to the west is a storage shed.
Said buildings are located on approximately 61 acres. To included all vehicles.
buildings and curtilages on above property.
2. SAID SUSPECTED PLACE IS IN CHARGE OF AND CONTROLLED BY EACH OF THE
FOLLOWING NAMED PARTIES (HEREAFTER CALLED "SUSPECTED PARTY" WHETHER
ONE OR MORE) TO WIT:
Gary Abel. White male. Dabe of birth 11-24-51.
Clyde Johnson Moore, AKA: John Hatley. White male. 4-12-31.
3 IT IS THE BELIEF OF AFFIANT, AND AFFIANT HEREBY CHARGES AND ACCUSES
THAT SAID SUSPECTED PARTY HAS POSSESSION OF AND IS CONCEALING AT SAID
SUSPECTED PLACE PROPERTY OR ITEMS CONSTITUTING EVIDENCE OF AN OFFENSE
OR CONSTITUTING EVIDENCE TENDING TO SHOW THAT A PARTICULAR PERSON
COMMITTED AN OFFENSE, TO WIT:
Any and all: typewriters, typing paper, envelopes, all copies of "Drummer" magazine,
all records of telephone correspondence and/or billing, dog food, empty dog food
containers, chains, manacles and their attachments, sawhorses, torture apparatus,
dead human bodies, records of transactions involving the sales of human beings or
slaves, any and all correspondence between suspected party and Chris Galleardet,
papers, pictures or articles associated with sado-masochistic practices or torture,
drugs or syringes.
4. AFFIANT HAS PROBABLE CAUSE FOR THE SAID BELIEF BY REASON OF THE
FOLLOWING FACTS. TO WIT:
A. Affiant is a certified Texas peace officer employed by the Collin County
Sheriff's Office as a Criminal Investigator.
B. On April 23, 1987, the Collin County Sheriff's Department received a report
of an individual being held against his will at the above described location.
C. Collin County Deputy Sheriff Doug Arp responded to the call and arrived
at the location and observed Chris Gaileardet, clad only in a T-shirt, and
manacled with chains around his neck and binding his ankles. Deputy Arp
also observed a ring similar to a hog ring inserted in the penis of Chris
D. Gaileardet related to Deputy Arp that he was being held at the location
against his will and that the said Clyde Johnson Moore was the person
responsible for his captivity. Chris Gaileardet also related to Arp that
Moore had told Gaileardet, in response to Gaileardet's request to leave,
that the only way Moore would allow Gaileardet to leave would be by either
selling him or in a grave.
E. Gaileardet related to Affiant that Galleardet and Moore had engaged in corres-
pondence as a result of an advertisement that Gaileardet had placed in
"Drummer" magazine (copies of two (2) of the letters that Gaileardet had
received from Moore are attached and included herein). As a result of
these communications, Galleardet came into Dallas on Saturday, April 18,
1987. Moore picked Gaileardet at the airport and transported him to the
above location in Celina, Texas. At above location, Moore subjected
Gaileardet to various forms of sado-masochistic activities, to include piercing
penis of Gaileardet with a hog ring, beatings and other unnatural acts.
F. Gaileardet related that Moore provided a local anesthetic for the piercing
of his penis with a hog ring.
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