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June 18, 2017
BRUNSWICK, Ga. (AP) — The young boy straddled his grandmother's shoulders as she unchained a creaky wooden gate and walked into the pasture.
He was shirtless and fussy, perhaps because of the occasional gnat kamikaze-ing his dark-brown eyes. Gray clouds over Sapelo Farms that day obscured the sun, giving respite from the punishing Georgia heat.
The 1-year-old pined for his mother, who walked nearby wearing a white sleeveless shirt and blue denim overalls, her dark hair, with its tinges of red, pulled back into a pony tail.
"Alright, alright," the boy's mother, Gabe Marr, said as she motio...