Sexting Father Who Left Infant Son To Die In Hot Car Indicted For Multiple Murder Charges

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Sexting Father Who Left Infant Son To Die In Hot Car Indicted For Multiple Murder Charges
by Sean Levinson
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The Georgia dad accused of killing his 22-month-old son, Cooper, by leaving him in a hot car last June has been indicted on a series of murder charges by a grand jury.

Malice murder, felony murder and cruelty to children are just a few of the charges 33-year-old Justin Ross Harris faces.

Cooper died inside an SUV parked outside Home Depot on June 18 when temperatures reached 90 degrees in Atlanta.

The precise amount of time the child spent in the car before his death was not disclosed.

Harris told investigators that he was supposed to drop his son off at daycare but forgot about the boy until after he left work seven hours later.

But prosecutors discovered that Harris had returned to his car at least once that day and had even researched how to kill a child in a hot car on the Internet.

Harris was also sexting with six women, suggesting that he wanted out of his life as a husband and father.

The indictment said that Harris acted with malice aforethought and caused the boy cruel and excessive physical pain.

Harris family and friends, however, only had kind words to say about him.

His brother, Randy, a police sergeant in Alabama, said in July,

"He was a loving father, he loved his son very much. We went on family vacations together. He was a good dad."

Harris wife, Leanna Harris, believes her husband is innocent as well and merely made a careless mistake, despite the evidence he had returned to his car and the suggestive contact with other women.

At Coopers funeral, she said,

"Ross is a wonderful daddy and leader for our household. Cooper meant the world to him."

One of the women with whom Harris exchanged texts was under 18, so he has additionally been charged with sexual exploitation of a minor and two counts of dissemination of harmful material to minors because he sent her explicit photos and asked her to do the same.

Cobb County District Attorney Vic Reynolds said in a press release that his office is currently debating whether to seek the death penalty, a decision expected to be made within the coming weeks.

Harris will face life in prison if convicted on any one of the murder charges.


via NBC
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The Georgia dad accused of killing his 22-month-old son, Cooper, by leaving him in a hot car last June has been indicted on a series of murder charges by a grand jury.

Malice murder, felony murder and cruelty to children are just a few of the charges 33-year-old Justin Ross Harris faces.

Cooper died inside an SUV parked outside Home Depot on June 18 when temperatures reached 90 degrees in Atlanta.

The precise amount of time the child spent in the car before his death was not disclosed.

Harris told investigators that he was supposed to drop his son off at daycare but forgot about the boy until after he left work seven hours later.

But prosecutors discovered that Harris had returned to his car at least once that day and had even researched how to kill a child in a hot car on the Internet.

Harris was also sexting with six women, suggesting that he wanted out of his life as a husband and father.

The indictment said that Harris acted with malice aforethought and caused the boy cruel and excessive physical pain.

Harris family and friends, however, only had kind words to say about him.

His brother, Randy, a police sergeant in Alabama, said in July,

"He was a loving father, he loved his son very much. We went on family vacations together. He was a good dad."

Harris wife, Leanna Harris, believes her husband is innocent as well and merely made a careless mistake, despite the evidence he had returned to his car and the suggestive contact with other women.

At Coopers funeral, she said,

"Ross is a wonderful daddy and leader for our household. Cooper meant the world to him."

One of the women with whom Harris exchanged texts was under 18, so he has additionally been charged with sexual exploitation of a minor and two counts of dissemination of harmful material to minors because he sent her explicit photos and asked her to do the same.

Cobb County District Attorney Vic Reynolds said in a press release that his office is currently debating whether to seek the death penalty, a decision expected to be made within the coming weeks.

Harris will face life in prison if convicted on any one of the murder charges.


via NBC

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