Justin Ross Harris already tried and convicted by media

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  1. I agree
    July 4, 2014

    I believe this guy is the scum of the earth and could not be more repulsed by his actions and the suffering he visited on that poor toddler, but like you, I don’t believe he meant to kill his son. I combed the web looking for others who are like-minded and yours was the only page I found. Thanks for writing this. It helps to know I’m not the only one.

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  2. I agree
    July 4, 2014

    By the way, if you do a search under Harris’ reddit name (RoscoeUA) some pretty interesting things turn up. Apparently, 4 months ago he was looking to buy a large home (at least 4 bedrooms) in an area of Atlanta with the best schools. He settled on East Cobb County because the schools “just trump them all.” Here is the link to the comments I’m talking about: http://www.reddit.com/r/Atlanta/comments/1ygfdf/can_i_pick_your_brain_on_neighborhoods_ratlanta/

    Also, a debate about abortion in which he makes his feelings about killing children pretty clear: http://www.reddit.com/r/capstone/comments/1c2i68/psa_the_abortion_demonstration_on_the_quad_is/c9h1xjh

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  3. I agree
    July 4, 2014

    In case you’re wondering about my point with that Atlanta neighborhood search, it was done 4 months ago. If he were looking to buy a house in an area with the best schools, he was planning on his son going to said schools. Could things have turned around a mere 4 months later to the point that he killed his own son?

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  4. Ruby Mae
    September 14, 2014

    If this man is being “convicted” by the media, he brought it on himself. True, when he first “discovered” Cooper was dead in front of an audience in that parking lot, he wailed and lamented what had he done. Then he started making phone calls as his dead baby lay on the pavement. Cops told him to get off the phone, he swore at them. Good thing he was a white man or they would have Michael Browned him. When his wife came to see him at the jail, it was all about HIM: “I can’t believe this is happening to ME. Why am I being punished for this? I’m going to lose MY job!” Nothing about his son, who lived with him for almost two years and had lost his life. His wife and family made Cooper’s funeral all about him too, but that’s another rant for another day.
    Nor did he show any emotion at the bond hearing when the detective described how Cooper looked when they took him out of the car. He DID start crying when they went on about his sexting. Oh dear, all his good Christian friends know what a pervert he is now!
    Face it, he (and probably the wife) thought this was an easy, passive way to get rid of a kid who was not wanted anymore. He put that baby in a car seat that was too small and strapped him in good and tight before leaving him to bake to death Since they were a nice, white middle class couple no one would think it was anything other than an accident. Had Ross been a little bit better actor, and treated the cops with respect, he MIGHT have gotten away with it. But his narcissistic, entitled personality couldn’t pull it off. Your little defense tap dance can’t hide the fact that this person cares nothing for anyone but himself. That baby suffered a horrible, agonizing death, now it’s Daddy’s turn to suffer.

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  5. Mary Moody
    September 24, 2017

    Hi, folks. When this story first broke, I didn’t know what to think and, in fact, had little interest in it until the trial began. I watched it all, from the probable cause hearing to the verdict, and it left me shocked. So shocked that I actually transcribed the entire trial (it took me four months), and then created a website about Harris’s case. Yes, he cheated on his wife a lot and yes, that’s wrong. But he did not murder his son. I should mention that I typically lean towards guilt in criminal cases, so this has sort of turned my previously-held beliefs upside down. Please read the website. No one deserves to spend the rest of their life in prison for being unfaithful to their spouse.

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