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Georgia father guilty of murder; toddler was locked in hot car in 2014

Discussion in 'Uncensored News & Debate' started by msr, Nov 14, 2016.

  1. msr

    msr Here pikey pikey, swallow mah cawk.

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    BRUNSWICK, Georgia (CNN) — A jury has reached a verdict in the case against Justin Ross Harris, the Georgia father accused of intentionally locking his 22-month-old son, Cooper, inside a hot car for seven hours on June 18, 2014.

    The jury found Harris, 35, guilty.

    On the day his son died, Harris was sexting with six women, including one minor, according to phone records. Harris was also found guilty of two counts of cruelty to children related to Cooper’s death, and guilty of three counts relating to his electronic exchanges of lewd material with two underage girls.

    Harris’ three murder counts carry a potential sentence of life in prison; two counts of cruelty to children related to Cooper’s death; and three counts relating to Harris’ alleged electronic exchanges of lewd material with two underage girls.

    The Glynn County jury of six men and six women deliberated for four days. Jurors considered the testimony of 70 witnesses and 1,150 pieces of evidence, including the Hyundai Tucson in which Cooper died in a suburban Atlanta parking lot.

    Cobb County prosecutors argued that Harris intentionally locked Cooper inside his car on a hot summer 2014 day because he wanted to be free of his family responsibilities. But Harris’ lawyers claimed the boy’s death was a tragic accident brought about by a lapse in memory.

    It was June 18, 2014, when Harris, then 33, strapped his son into a rear-facing car seat and drove from their Marietta, Georgia, home to Chick-fil-A for breakfast, then to The Home Depot corporate headquarters, where he worked. Instead of dropping Cooper off at daycare, testimony revealed Harris left him in the car all day while he was at work.

    Sometime after 4 p.m. that day, as Harris drove to a nearby theater to see a movie, he noticed his son was still in the car. He pulled into a shopping center parking lot and pulled Cooper’s lifeless body from the SUV. Witnesses said he appeared distraught and was screaming.

    “‘I love my son and all, but we both need escapes.’ Those words were uttered 10 minutes before this defendant, with a selfish abandon and malignant heart, did exactly that,” said Cobb County prosecutor Chuck Boring in closing arguments.

    Boring argued that Harris could see his son sitting in his car seat in the SUV.

    “If this child was visible in that car that is not a failure in memory systems,” Boring argued. “Cooper would have been visible to anyone inside that car. Flat out.”

    If Cooper was visible, Boring said, “the defendant is guilty of all counts.”

    Digital evidence showed that on the day his son died, Harris exchanged sexual messages and photos with six women, including one minor.

    State witnesses testified that Harris lived what prosecutors described as a “double life.” To his wife, family, friends and co-workers, Harris was as a loving father and husband. But unbeknownst to them, Harris engaged in online sexual communication with multiple women, including two underage girls, had extramarital sexual encounters in public places and paid for sex with a prostitute.

    Harris’ defense maintained that his sexual behavior had nothing to do with Cooper’s death.

    “The state wants to bury him in this filth and dirt of his own making, so that you will believe he is so immoral, he is so reprehensible that he can do exactly this,” said defense attorney H. Maddox Kilgore during his closing argument.

    Kilgore argued that Cobb County police investigators focused only on matters that fit the state’s theory and ignored all the evidence that pointed to an accident.

    “You have been misled throughout this trial,” Kilgore told jurors.

    The defense’s key witness was Harris’ ex-wife and Cooper’s mother, Leanna Taylor.

    “Cooper was the sweetest little boy. He had so much life in him. He was everything to me,” Taylor recalled, as she seemed to fight through tears.

    For two days, Taylor told jurors private details of her married life with Harris, saying they had intimacy problems and recounting Harris’ struggles with pornography.

    Marital struggles aside, Taylor described Harris as a “very involved” parent who loved their son. In her mind, she said, the only possible explanation was that Harris “forgot” Cooper and accidentally left him in the car.

    The trial spanned almost five weeks, including a brief interruption by Hurricane Matthew. It was moved to the Georgia coastal town of Brunswick from Cobb County outside Atlanta after intense publicity ahead of jury selection.

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  2. _Xtina_

    _Xtina_ Poster girl

    Good. What a fucking creep. I used to work in a prison, and have seen what can happen to child killers.
     
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  3. msr

    msr Here pikey pikey, swallow mah cawk.

    He looks like a tard. Dieing of heat exposure / stroke has to be bad. I would like to see all of the police video of him and his wife talking in the jail interview room. They showed a little part of it.
     
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  4. Honest One

    Honest One ETTAFUCKOUTTAHEA

    His balloon knot is gonna look like the Holland Tunnel. :lulz:
     
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  5. D.N.R.

    D.N.R. Medication time Super Moderator

    The mother is still defending this piece of shit. I will never understand that. Had it been my child I would have put a bullet between his eyes.
     
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  6. msr

    msr Here pikey pikey, swallow mah cawk.

    It might be like the adopted girl here in N C, Zahra Bakker, (I think) that was killed, hidden, and both adoptive parents knew about it, but denied all of it.
    One of them finally confessed and told where the body was.
    And the little girl that was killed by the mothers boyfriend, hidden and found the next day. She claimed she did not know anything but had not seen the kid for a day. horseshit.
    Then there was another one, just two weeks ago, same shit, different parents.Can't remember the details, except it was the fathers kid, not the wifes.
    Some people are just goddamn crazy. should be sterilized.
    Have you ever read about Margret Sanger? She had the best idea about people like that. (needing to be sterilized)
     
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  7. D.N.R.

    D.N.R. Medication time Super Moderator

    I have always believed that people should have to be licensed to breed.
    Yes, I know quite a bit about Margaret Sanger.
     
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  8. Wayne Kerr

    Wayne Kerr a fuck off is always acceptable*

    life without parole.
    insert delusional fantasies of justice behind bars here:
     
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  9. Sky

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    Wow, Uncle Wayne is doing his quizmaster game again, guys, well, can't say no to that. :Happy:
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  10. snatch

    snatch Eat shit and bark at the moon

    am i yer aunt snatch? cause, no. yer a needy sumbitch round round/now, step off my sidebitch
     
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  11. Sky

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    "Earlier today Quizmaster Wayne was viciously attacked by a person known as 'Auntie Snatch'
    According to witness reports, thunder struck as words fell upon the victim and sounded like 'Tell that faggot to stay off my lawn' More news at 11!
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  12. LilyCuster

    LilyCuster Premium Member Bitches!

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    Where defaq is Nancy Grace?
     
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  13. LilyCuster

    LilyCuster Premium Member Bitches!

    He gone. Poor guy wooked wike he was gonna cwy.
     
  14. msr

    msr Here pikey pikey, swallow mah cawk.

    Yep. I thought the look was one of wtf am I gonna do now? He has plenty of time to figger that out. He knew that kid was in the car, but his defense of stupidity didn't work out. Just execute the pos and save a lot of money. my 2 ¢.
     
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  15. mrln

    mrln fuck the govt...

    AND it'd be just as stupid to keep him alive!