New test results for Cooper Harris, the toddler left to die in his father’s brutally hot car on June 18, have been revealed. If you’ve been following this tragic case, the results may surprise.
Did Justin Ross Harris, 33, drug his son, Cooper Harris, 22 months, before leaving him unsupervised in the backseat of his vehicle? Investigators had a toxicology test done on little Cooper’s body, and the results have finally been revealed.
Justin Ross Harris’ Son’s Toxicology Results Revealed
It’s the question on everyone’s mind. If Justin Ross Harris did intentionally leave his son to die in his car, did he drug him first?
Lots of reports and case followers have wondered how a 22-month-old baby could suffer in the heat without crying or acting out. This is what has led many to believe that little Cooper may have been drugged before his tragic death.
However, Cooper’s toxicology results were revealed on July 10, and the results were NEGATIVE.
That’s right, that means that Cooper was not drugged and instead left to suffer intense heat until he ultimately died from a heat stroke. So sad.
Justin Ross Fighting Intense Evidence Against Him
During a July 3 probable cause hearing, Justin faced a judge and Det. Phil Stoddard in regards to the gruesome details surround his son’s death. For the majority of the hearing, both Justin and his wife, Leanna Harris, remained completely unphased by the horrific things they were hearing.
Not only was Justin allegedly texting 6 different women as his son died, but he also frequented a “child-free” sub-Reddit — an internet website where people go to talk and play anonymously.
These shocking claims do not even begin to cover the rest, though. It turns out that Justin and Leanna also had a $27k life insurance policy out for their son.
— Lauren Cox