Justin Ross Harris Denied Bond: Judge Finds Probable Reason For Murder

Thu, July 3, 2014 5:28pm EST by 33 Comments
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sarah

Posted at 9:43 AM on July 5, 2014  

I still think he is innocent. Looking into life insurance after a child’s death does not mean he killed that child. Also, the scratch marks on face and abrasions on head may be from the child hitting and rocking due to heat just before he died. He was not happily narried and may be he was looing into life without child as he was looking into separation from his wife.

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natalie

Posted at 10:06 AM on July 4, 2014  

There should be a place where parents that are tired of their children leave them. Being a parent is not for everybody and people can regret their past choices. There should be a way out.

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guest

Posted at 7:26 AM on July 4, 2014  

Parents who think they can get rid of their kids by leaving them in a vehicle on a hot day, better think again. This case will set a precedent, we as a society will investigate. We will not just consider it an accident.
Gone are the days when you horrible parents could just leave a child in a vehicle, walk away, and leave the child to die, and the authorities rule it an accident, and the public shower you with sympathy and send money to make you rich off the death of your child.
THOSE DAYS ARE GONE! YOU WILL BE PROSECUTED!

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Posted at 3:50 AM on July 4, 2014  

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Caryn

Posted at 12:35 AM on July 4, 2014  

I hope they fry his a$$

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April

Posted at 12:34 AM on July 4, 2014  

This jerk is going down. They have more than enough evidence against him to prove this was no accident.

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Kyra

Posted at 12:33 AM on July 4, 2014  

Parents who forget their children are in their car are awful parents and shouldn’t have kids. Do you forget your purse, car keys, or phone for 7 hours in your car? How can you forget your child for 7 hours in a car? I just can’t excuse anyone for forgetting they have a child in their car.

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Don't put your hands on me!

Posted at 4:19 AM on July 4, 2014  

Maybe the police in those other baby car deaths need to look a bit deeper.
I bet it will open a whole big can of worms.

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Cheryl

Posted at 10:58 PM on July 3, 2014  

The detective said today that the car seat was in the middle of the back seat facing backwards and Cooper was taller than the car seat and his head was over the top. The detective said that Justin backed into a parking space at work and to do so he would have to turn his head backwards and use the rear view mirrors and there is no way he wouldn’t have seen Cooper sitting in that car seat. It’s impossible for him not to see him while backing into the parking space. He also went back to his car at lunch time and threw in some light bulbs and while walking back to work someone was walking towards his car and he stopped and turned to watch him. The detectives said to make sure he didn’t get to close to his car, when the guy didn’t get near his car, Justin turned back around and started walking back to work. After work Justin gets in his car and drives two miles before he notices Cooper is in the car, but the detective said the car had a horrible smell of decomposition in it and he should have smelled it and been aware something was wrong immediately. The evidence is over whelming and the guy is guilty of killing his son and the judge was smart not to give him bond because he will flee. I believe the prosecution will go for the death penalty because being left in a hot car for over 7 hours is cruel and unusual and poor Cooper suffered immensely. This case warrants the death penalty.

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guest

Posted at 7:37 AM on July 4, 2014  

What a horrible horrible way to die. It was as if the child was trapped in a turned on oven. What a horrible man Justin Ross is.

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guest

Posted at 7:39 AM on July 4, 2014  

EDIT: What a horrible person Justin Ross Harris is.

 
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Robin

Posted at 10:42 PM on July 3, 2014  

When is this $hit going to stop? Kids drowning in backyard pools, kids being left in cars and dying? It’s only going to change when we start charging these parents for killing their kids. If you are not watching your child and she or he drowns your responsible and must face the consequences. If you forget your child is in the car and leave them there, then you shouldn’t have children in the first place and you are responsible and should face stiff consequences. In most of these cases the parents are never charged, because the courts feel they’ve been punished enough, but what has actually happened is, it’s given ideas to parents who want to kill their kids and get away with it. All they have to do is throw them in a pool and walk away or leave them strapped in a car seat and walk away and cry about this tragic accident and most are never charge. See what has happened now? This dad intentionally left his son in the car to die, knowing he wouldn’t face severe consequences, but the detectives in this case were on top of it and figured it out and have the evidence to prove it wasn’t an accident but intentional.

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artiewhitefox

Posted at 1:31 AM on July 4, 2014  

Don’t people teach people what is in the bible? No one will get away with anything. As soon as the courts show mercy the devil will yell.

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guest

Posted at 7:44 AM on July 4, 2014  

Now I believe a lot of these drownings of children, and children being left in vehicles, may not be accidents at all. BUT this case will set a precedent and parents are put on notice, if your child drowns, or is left in a vehicle, it will no longer be automatically considered an accident, we will investigate, and there is a price to pay, parents.

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Hanna

Posted at 10:34 PM on July 3, 2014  

He is a cold blooded murderer this was no accident

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artiewhitefox

Posted at 10:40 PM on July 3, 2014  

Ignore God’s word God will ignore you when you say Lord, lord. Do people realize the USA law is a lot like islamic law?

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Martha

Posted at 10:33 PM on July 3, 2014  

This case is very disturbing. At first I thought this was just a tragic accident and then all the evidence started coming out. The little boys dad and maybe mom planned this whole “accident” and plotted and carried it out, and they left a ton of evidence behind that got them caught. Laws need to be changed, and it needs to be a crime with severe punishments to people who “forget” their child in a car, because there are usually no punishments and it’s considered a tragic accident, these parents used that little fact to commit murder and get rid of their son, since they knew they would get sympathy from people and no charges against them. Thank goodness for modern technology and their internet searches about death in cars came out and can be used against them. Thank goodness for evidence of searching “childless living” and sexting with under age girls by the dad. I believe both parents were involved and I hope they get enough evidence to charge the mom because she was in deep also.

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Nellie

Posted at 8:58 PM on July 3, 2014  

They need to arrest Justin’s wife Leanna, clearly they were in on this together. They both did research on child deaths in hot cars and the first thing that Leanna said when she went to pick up Cooper and was told Justin never dropped him off, was, he must have left him in the car. Then when Justin was at the police station, she asked him if he said to much. They both planned and killed their son Cooper together for the $27,000 life insurance money. Who takes out that type of life insurance on a baby? I am so pissed about this case, they need to throw the book at both of them. Rest in peace baby Cooper, we will see to it you receive justice, sweet baby boy.

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guest

Posted at 7:48 AM on July 4, 2014  

This is a damn shame. If they didn’t want that baby they could have given him up for adoption. But they wanted to insurance money, too, plus sympathy money that would have poured in from the public.

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Mona

Posted at 7:17 PM on July 3, 2014  

Who forgets their child in a fuc#ing car? He remembered to grab his cell phone, lap top, but forget his CHILD? I’m not buying it, he’s lying.

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Sorma

Posted at 7:13 PM on July 3, 2014  

He was searching the web for a child free lifestyle. He killed his son and staged the scene as an accident. He could just say I forgot my son in the car, since it happens all the time. I call bull$hit on his bull$hit story and I’m glad the truth is coming out and this guy was caught.

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Amy

Posted at 7:09 PM on July 3, 2014  

There are no stiff penalties for leaving a child in a hot car. He thought he would get away with the perfect murder.

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Clara

Posted at 7:06 PM on July 3, 2014  

Both parents were in on this. When are they gonna charge the mom? She asked her husband in the interrogation room, DID YOU SAY TOO MUCH? Yep, they both planned this cruel death of their son.

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Teressa

Posted at 7:01 PM on July 3, 2014  

My heart aches for that beautiful little boy and the $hitty hand he was dealt when he got stuck with those two murderers as parents. He wasn’t forgotten in a car by accident. I believe this was all planned and the mother was in on it. They had life insurance on Cooper to the tune of 25 thousand dollars.

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guest

Posted at 7:51 AM on July 4, 2014  

They also had an extra $2,000 policy on him, which brings the insurance on the child up to $27,000.

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Katie

Posted at 6:56 PM on July 3, 2014  

I watched the hearing today and wow am I shocked. Justin is a fake and is lying through his teeth about forgetting his son was in the car. The detective said today that was impossible because of the position of the carseat and the fact that he backed into the parking space at work, which he had to turn around to do and the boys head was above the carseat so he saw him and he knew and it was planned. Justin was sexting during work, joining sights about child free living and knew about death in heated cars and how long it took. I am ashamed that I even thought this was a horrible accident, when it looks like the father planned the whole thing.

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Corrie

Posted at 6:51 PM on July 3, 2014  

This guy was sending pictures of his private area to a 16 year old girl while his son sat in a hot car all day and died. The guy is not only a murderer he’s also a sexual predator preying on children. Lock his a$$ up and throw away the key.

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Rachel

Posted at 6:49 PM on July 3, 2014  

This case has been fishy from the get go. Now that I know where the car seat was positioned in the back, there is no way the Dad wouldn’t have seen his son while he was backing his car into the parking space, or when he had to lean over and grab his laptop when getting out to go to work. The little boys head was way over the top of the car seat, so this Dad knew he was in the car, and knew he would die when he walked away. He’s guilty of first degree murder in my eyes.

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Karen

Posted at 6:45 PM on July 3, 2014  

This case makes me sick to my stomach. It’s looking more and more like this was planned for awhile and outright murder disguised as an accident.

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Nikki

Posted at 6:43 PM on July 3, 2014  

Who gets a 27,000 dollar life insurance policy on a baby? These parents were in financial trouble, and the first thing the mother said when she went to pick up the baby and found out he wasn’t there, was Justin must have left him in the car. Who thinks that right away and says that out loud if she wasn’t in on it to begin with? She needs to be charged also.

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Erin

Posted at 6:41 PM on July 3, 2014  

Hel# yes he should face a grand jury. That baby rotted in that car for over 7 hours and it reeked of decomp, but this dad got in the car and drove away from his work before “noticing” his son in the car even with the strong smell. Ya, right he knew the baby was in there all day. The creep dad also goggled “how long does it take animals to die in a hot car” this guy is guilty as hel# of 1st degree premeditated murder. He killed his son and tried to get away with it by pretending he “forgot” him in the car. SOB

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guest43

Posted at 6:23 PM on July 3, 2014  

He must have been tired of being a dad.
I had two kids. Yeah I got tired!
The kids didn’t ask to be born. You have to take it one day at a time.
Ask for help if you need it.
Yo can’t just give up, cause it gets easier. Then the teen years come and it get a bit hard again.
Then they are grown and you hope and pray you did a good enough job making them productive members of society.
You can’t wake up one day and decide. I don’t want to be a parent anymore.
If you are thinking that, you should give the baby up to someone who will love him or her.
Don’t kill the baby because you are afraid what people will think of you.
If he did this on purpose he should go to jail for the rest of his life.

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me

Posted at 6:04 PM on July 3, 2014  

And all these dumb people online were signing a petition that this loser was a great dad he didn’t kill the kid and let him go ,bet you they are eating their signatures now.This killer looks like a deranged killer.The sad part is how the wife should be in shackles to not even shedding a tear for her kid and fully supporting that low life husband.The mom was aware of the dad looking up stuff online so she was in on it.The poor innocent, beautiful child dead because 2 sickos didn’t want to care for him anymore.

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