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21-745.


21-745.
   
   A. Every person who, without lawful authority, forcibly seizes and
   confines another, or inveigles or kidnaps another, for the purpose of
   extorting any money, property or thing of value or advantage from the
   person so seized, confined, inveigled or kidnapped, or from any other
   person, or in any manner threatens either by written instrument, word
   of mouth, message, telegraph, telephone, by placing an ad in a
   newspaper, or by messenger, demands money or other thing of value,
   shall be guilty of a felony, and upon conviction shall suffer death or
   imprisonment in the State Penitentiary, not less than ten (10) years.
   
   B. Every person, not a principal in the kidnapping and not a relative
   or agent authorized by a relative of a kidnapped person, but who
   knowingly aids, assists, or participates in the disposing, receiving,
   possession or exchanging of any moneys, property or thing of value or
   advantage from the person so seized, confined, inveigled or kidnapped,
   shall be guilty of a felony, and upon conviction thereof shall be
   punished by imprisonment in the State Penitentiary, not less than five
   (5) years.
   

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