Justin Ross Harris: Supporters Withdraw Petition To Drop Charges

Fri, June 27, 2014 10:36am EST by 6 Comments
Justin Ross Harris Petition Closed
Courtesy of Cobb County Correctional Facility

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Posted at 2:01 PM on June 28, 2014  

I actually live in cobb county and my mom works like 2 minutes from that Home Depot:
1. the man stopped at a chick-fil-a 2/10s of a mile away from his office (you can actually see it from inside the restaurant), took out his child and ate inside with him.
2. He immediately drove less than 5 minutes to work after buckling the child back into the carseat which he had TAKEN OUT OF THE CAR while in the restaurant.
3. The daycare is located in the Home Depot Head Office building.
4. When he went down at noon it would have been far too hot for the child so he would likely have been dead or perspiring heavily (IE smelling horrible)
5. By the time the man left work Rigor mortis had already set in and witness stated the car smelled rotten so there is no way he would have imply driven off and then realized a few minutes later his son was till there,
6, The man claims he tried performing CPR on his son who was still breathing but again Rigor mortis (cooling/stiffening/decaying of a body that has been dead for a few hours) was already set in so he clearly lied
7. the ambulance people stated that the car smelled like the body had been festering in the heat for hours and could be smelled from a distance even with the doors clsoed so they don’t understand how this man never noticed.
8. As mentioned his computer search history shows he researched this the day before.

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Janet Castle

Posted at 1:15 PM on June 27, 2014  

Since I don’t have all the facts I could not even hazard a guess as to whether or not it was intentional. I do know however, this has happened to many times for any responsible parent not to check their car throroughly before leaving it.

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Posted at 10:54 AM on June 27, 2014  

Ignorant people jumping on the bandwagon of a case that they know nothing about, did not know the details, and why the police charged the father with murder in the first place. (obviously the authorities had strong evidence to charge the father).

But yet these ignoramus’ jumped on the bandwagon and signed a petition to release a man who the police had enough evidence that he intentionally left his child in a hot car to die of hyperthermia.

R.I.P. little Cooper. You did not deserve to die, and die in such a horrible manner.

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Posted at 12:01 PM on June 27, 2014  

I dont believe he was intentionally trying to kill the child but still it’s sad that people are actually defending him for leaving a child in a car

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Posted at 10:13 PM on June 27, 2014  

when are humans going to accept the sad reality of humanity

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