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Old 07-03-2014, 07:31 PM
 
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The article below points out that dad was sending nudies of himself the same day the little boy died, and that he had texted his wife about picking up "his Buddy". That he had brought his co-workers to his car, to help install some lights while the kid was in there, and some other exculpatory, as well as damning evidence.
He didn't take the co-workers to his car to install lights, he was just dropping off the light bulbs. He rode to lunch with two of his co-workers, and while out to lunch he stopped by somewhere to get light bulbs. They just dropped him off at his car when they got back to work.

He probably bought the lightbulbs just so he could say "But why would I let 2 people that close to my car if I had intentionally left my child in there?" (same reason he texted his wife). I know when I'm dropping someone off at their car, I'm not getting out and snooping around looking inside and such. Especially since his car was backed into the parking spot (without looking in the rear view mirror?), they wouldn't have been able to see through the front windshield and into the back seat. And they especially wouldn't have been able to see if there was a child in a rear facing car seat.
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Old 07-03-2014, 07:57 PM
 
Location: Phoenix, AZ
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He didn't take the co-workers to his car to install lights, he was just dropping off the light bulbs. He rode to lunch with two of his co-workers, and while out to lunch he stopped by somewhere to get light bulbs. They just dropped him off at his car when they got back to work.

He probably bought the lightbulbs just so he could say "But why would I let 2 people that close to my car if I had intentionally left my child in there?" (same reason he texted his wife). I know when I'm dropping someone off at their car, I'm not getting out and snooping around looking inside and such. Especially since his car was backed into the parking spot (without looking in the rear view mirror?), they wouldn't have been able to see through the front windshield and into the back seat. And they especially wouldn't have been able to see if there was a child in a rear facing car seat.



The most telling thing I heard today was when the police informed him that he was being charged with murder and his response was "but there was no negligent intent." Who says something like that? Then when his wife went directly to see him instead of going to see the baby and asked him right away "did you tell them too much?" More and more it seems like they were working in concert and if there's any evidence that implicates her, I hope she gets her just dessert too.
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Old 07-03-2014, 08:08 PM
 
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The most telling thing I heard today was when the police informed him that he was being charged with murder and his response was "but there was no negligent intent." Who says something like that? Then when his wife went directly to see him instead of going to see the baby and asked him right away "did you tell them too much?" More and more it seems like they were working in concert and if there's any evidence that implicates her, I hope she gets her just dessert too.
What??! For real? That's awful.

Do you have a link? I'll hold my nose and read it.
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Old 07-03-2014, 08:28 PM
 
Location: Phoenix, AZ
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What??! For real? That's awful.

Do you have a link? I'll hold my nose and read it.

It was during the hearing today in court. If someone has posted a transcript, it'll be in there. I know on the news they were talking about the mother's comments but the comment about the father saying that there was no malicious intent really caught my attention.



Here's a link for you->



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The detective testified that when Harris and his wife were reunited, "it was all about [Ross Harris]." Stoddard said that Harris asked "What are we going to do?" mentioning that he might lose his job and be charged with a felony. Leanna Harris asked Ross "How much did you tell them?" according to the detective.

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The detective said that when he told Harris he'd be charged with murder, Ross responded, "But there's no malicious intent."


http://www.11alive.com/story/news/lo...eath/12143057/
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Old 07-03-2014, 08:39 PM
 
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Just read some of this thread again. This is making me think of Scott Peterson. When your family responsibilities become "inconvenient", you can just make them go away?

What a sicko. I hope the most severest form of justice is handed out to this guy, and the wife if she is indeed an accomplice.

Yeah I just read the story too. Man people are screwed up. Give the kid up for adoption if you don't want it. I could never give up my kids. I rather die.
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Old 07-03-2014, 08:54 PM
 
Location: NW AR
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Yeah I just read the story too. Man people are screwed up. Give the kid up for adoption if you don't want it. I could never give up my kids. I rather die.
This might be an assumption on my part, but Cooper doesn't resemble his dad ( Ross Harris). Cooper actually doesn't look anything like him. They really don't even look biologically connected.
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Old 07-03-2014, 09:10 PM
 
Location: Chapel Hill, N.C.
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sexted 17 year old girl while his baby dies in the car. 2 life insurance policies.

fry this bastard and it is still too good for him.

Justin Ross Harris, Georgia dad, "sexted" naked pics while son was dying in hot car, detective says - CBS News
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Old 07-03-2014, 09:39 PM
 
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fry this bastard and it is still too good for him.


Yep. Sometimes I think we need to bring back "Ol' Sparky". That ought to make potential sickos think twice.
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Old 07-03-2014, 10:08 PM
 
Location: NW AR
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So the wife went to pick the child up from daycare, and when she was told that the kid was never dropped off, she told them that her husband must have left him in the car. Who automatically thinks such things? I think they're both guilty, or at least she was aware of her husband's plans. If she wasn't she would have called her husband right then to find out where her son was. I'd be a complete mess if my child was missing from daycare and I'd be calling/texting whoever was supposed to drop him off to find out where he was. Considering the daycare was at the husband's work, wouldn't she have gone to his office and confronted him about where the child was?
No.. After the daycare informed her that the child was never dropped off, she said (to the daycare) "Did he leave him in the car?" It sounds like a) she knew he would leave him in the car or b) he has left the child in the car before. or c) she knew that he was the type to leave him in the car and she has picked him ( Cooper) up before when left in the car. SO, she suspected it with a 'telling' question that had nothing to do with the daycare calling her to inform he was never dropped off.

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Old 07-03-2014, 10:43 PM
 
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No.. After the daycare informed her that the child was never dropped off, she said (to the daycare) "Did he leave him in the car?" It sounds like a) she knew he would leave him in the car or b) he has left the child in the car before. or c) she knew that he was the type to leave him in the car and she has picked him ( Cooper) up before when left in the car. SO, she suspected it with a 'telling' question that had nothing to do with the daycare calling her to inform he was never dropped off.
She didn't get a call from the daycare, she went there to pick him up. She works from home, so apparently he only goes to daycare for part of the day sometimes. I haven't read that she asked a question, more that she told them what must have happened.

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When Leanna Harris arrived at Little Apronís day care center to pick up Cooper after work that day and employees informed her that her child had never arrived, Stoddard said she immediately told them her husband had forgotten Cooper in the car.
The Marietta Daily Journal - Justin Ross Harris appears in court at 1 30
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