• Petitioned Judge Richlyn Holt

This petition was delivered to:

Judge Richlyn Holt
Ellen Pullen
Todd Goins
Debbie Mauney
Nolan Fry
Sheriff Vic Davis
Tim Barrett
Dwight Penland
Superior Court Judge James Downs
Macon County Supervisor Child Protective Services
Brian Vogl
Judge Monica Leslie
DSS Macon County, NC
Jane Kimsey
Shirley and Tom Hudson
North Carolina Governor
North Carolina State Senate
U.S. House of Representatives
North Carolina State House
U.S. Senate
North Carolina-050
State Sen. Jim Davis
North Carolina
Gov. Patrick McCrory

Substantial Aged Teens Beg to Go Home

    1. Brook Hudson
    2. Petition by

      Brook Hudson

      scotts valley, CA

Brook and Bryce Hudson, teens living in deplorable conditions, with their father, Paul Hudson, of Hayesville, NC, beg to be returned to their terminally ill mother in San Diego, CA.  They are victims of mental, emotional, and physical abuse by Paul, who appears to be mentally unstable, causing the teens to fear for their lives!  In addition to returning home, we ask that jurisdiction of custody case 99-105, be transferred to California, based on age and living conditions. We need help to get home to Mom immediately! 

Recent signatures


    1. Reached 100 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Amanda Murray HAYESVILLE, NC
      • over 1 year ago

      Because Brook is one of my friends and I never want to see her hurt! I love her! Nobody should ever go through that...

    • Elizabeth Williams SAN DIEGO, CA
      • over 1 year ago

      The kids need to be with their mom.

    • royce holden MILLS RIVER, NC
      • over 1 year ago

      Lawana is a friend of my sister Rebecca Kilgore. Please help send these kids to be with their mom.

    • Kathleen Rolen SANTEE, CA
      • over 1 year ago

      These children need to get out of a very violent, abusive household. Please help them get home to their mother who takes very good care of them.

    • Paul Hudson HAYESVILLE, NC
      • over 1 year ago

      Because these children are home


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