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    Justin Ross Harris receives maximum sentence in death of 22 month-old son

    Monday, December 5th 2016, 11:08 am PST

    MARIETTA, GA (CBS46) - Justin Ross Harris has received the maximum sentence and will spend the rest of his life in prison in the death of his son Cooper Harris.

    Judge Mary Staley sentenced Harris Monday afternoon in a Cobb County Courtroom. Harris was found guilty of malice murder after he left his son in his SUV in the parking lot of his job in June 2014.


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    ALL we could get was LWOP so glad he got that I never want to see his sorry face again!! Woohoo
    RIP Cooper

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    He is where he belongs thankfully.

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    YES!!!!!!! So happy with this sentence! Now he can have all the "girlfriends" he wants in prison...LOL
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    Justin Ross Harris sentenced to life for son's hot-car death

    Updated 8:30 AM ET, Tue December 6, 2016

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    A judge has sentenced suburban Atlanta father Justin Ross Harris to life in prison without parole for the murder of his 22-month-old son, Cooper, who died in 2014 after Harris left him in a hot car for seven hours while he went to work.

    Harris also received another 32 years, to be served consecutively, for convictions on four other counts.



    Harris, 36, who appeared in an orange jumpsuit with his wrists shackled at his waist, cast his head slightly downward as the sentence was handed down. He briefly closed his eyes but offered little other reaction.

    In addition to the life term, Cobb County Superior Court Judge Mary Staley Clark gave Harris a 20-year sentence on a conviction for first-degree cruelty to children and another 10 years for sexual exploitation of children. Those charges stemmed from a finding that Harris tried to convince a minor to text him photos of her genitalia.

    Harris also received a year each on two misdemeanor counts of dissemination of harmful material to minors, also related to his texts.

    Harris' legal team offered no mitigating circumstances or evidence ahead of the sentencing. Assistant District Attorney Chuck Boring told the court that this was a matter of the defense team's "trial strategy."

    "There's not much to argue or say," Boring said. "The jury verdict basically says it all."

    The only sentence that matches the "evil nature" of Harris' crimes, Boring said, is life in prison. Staley concurred.

    The sentencing doesn't mean the headline-grabbing case is over. Harris' lawyers, who claimed the boy's death was a tragic accident brought about by a lapse in memory, say they intend to file a motion for a new trial.

    But prosecutors had argued that Harris intentionally locked his son inside his Hyundai Tucson that day because he wanted to be free of his family responsibilities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mykittysmama View Post
    YES!!!!!!! So happy with this sentence! Now he can have all the "girlfriends" he wants in prison...LOL
    Morning MKM!!I was thinking the same thing today his "New Girlfriends in Prison" no one deserves it more then him!!!

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    He can start enjoying his child free life now. Gah.

    Can't wait for him to experience his first Georgia summer in prison. I pray they don't have a/c.

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    Is he gen pop or is he in a secure section?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dingo View Post
    Is he gen pop or is he in a secure section?
    I think he is in general population.

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    He was in gen pop in the county jail. They said they didn't have a way to keep him segregated and had to watch him like a hawk.

    In prison, I don't know if he will be segregated or not. Even if he is, it will be temporary I would think. Then, hello boys! I know he thinks he knows how to "fit in" with them, but he's in for a rude awakening. Actually, from the way he looked at sentencing, he may already be finding out. Man, he looked bad. He couldn't even seem to focus. I think part of it was he was furious that he had actually been found guilty and was being sentenced, but it seemed more than that. He looked like hell. Poor Ross. NOT

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    Minute by minute updates: The Justin Ross Harris sentencing
    Updated2:01 p.m Monday, Dec. 5, 2016

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    COUNTS AND SENTENCES


    Ross Harris was found guilty on all eight counts.


    Count 1. Malice murder. This is Georgia’s equivalent of “first-degree murder” (although Georgia law has no such charge). It asserts intent. The indictment charges that Harris “did unlawfully and with malice aforethought cause the death of Cooper Harris.”


    Sentence: Life without parole


    Count 2. Felony murder, count one. In felony murder, the defendant causes the death of another during the commission of a felony. In count one against Harris, the “underlying” felony was cruelty to children in the first degree.


    Sentence: Vacated by law (due to conviction on Count 1)


    Count 3. Felony murder, count two. In count two, the underlying felony was cruelty to children in the second degree.


    Sentence: Vacated by law (due to conviction on Count 1)


    Count 4. First-degree cruelty to children. Goes to intent; i.e., the defendant meant to inflict harm. The indictment says Harris “did maliciously cause Cooper … cruel and excessive physical pain.”


    Sentence: 20 years, consecutive to Count 1.


    Count 5. Second-degree cruelty to children. This charge is not concerned with intent but goes more to what the defendant failed to do and the consequences of that failure. The state alleges that Harris “did, with criminal negligence, cause Cooper Harris … cruel and excessive physical pain.”


    Sentence: 10 years, merges into Count 4


    Count 6. Sexual exploitation of children. Relating to Harris’ attempts to persuade a minor female to provide him images of “her genital and pubic area.”


    Sentence: 10 years, consecutive to Counts 1 and 4


    Count 7. Dissemination of harmful material to minors, count one (misdemeanor). The first relates to texts Harris sent to a minor female containing “explicit and detailed verbal descriptions and narrative accounts of sexual excitement and sexual conduct.”


    Sentence: 1 year, already served


    Count 8. Dissemination of harmful material to minors, count two (misdemeanor). The second involves Harris’ sending images of his erect penis to minor females.


    Sentence: 1 year, already served

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    He's well and truly child free for life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puzzler View Post
    He's well and truly child free for life.
    Just like he wanted, be careful what you wish for JRH...so sad you had to murder your son you bastard. You could of just walked out on them.
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    Philip A. Holloway Verified account
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    #JustinRossHarris book-in photo from the Ga. Dept. of Corrections.He will be back & forth from prison to Cobb County for appellate matters


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    Ross Harris gets haircut and new prison home
    1:57 p.m Sunday, Jan. 1, 2017

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    Justin Ross Harris has been sent to a South Georgia prison to begin serving a life-without-parole sentence for the murder of his 22-month-old son.

    Harris, 36, is now being housed at Valdosta State Prison, according to the state Department of Corrections’ website.
    The prison, located in Lowndes County, has 10 general population units with 500 beds and six mental health units with 264 beds. The detention center provides work details for orderlies, grounds maintenance, horticulture, laundry, food service, trash, barbers and aides, its website says.


    In November, Harris was found guilty of intentionally leaving his son strapped into his car seat in Harris’ sweltering SUV for seven hours on June 18, 2014. On Dec. 5, Cobb County Superior Court Judge Mary Staley Clark sentenced Harris to life in prison without the possibility of parole, plus an additional 32 years.


    Staley Clark followed the recommendation of lead prosecutor Chuck Boring to sentence Harris to the maximum time possible. The judge noted that jurors “found the defendant guilty of what factually was a horrendous, horrific experience for this 22-month-old child, who had been placed in the trust of his father in violation and dereliction of duty to that child, if not love of that child.”


    The former Home Depot web developer “callously walked away and left that child in a hot car in June in Georgia … to swelter and die,” Staley Clark said.


    Harris’ lawyers have insisted their client was wrongly convicted. Cooper’s death, they said, was the result of a terrible accident, not an intentional act. They have vowed to appeal the verdict, first by filing a motion for a new trial.




    The Harris case is the subject of the second season of the AJC’s podcast series “Breakdown, ” which has followed the trial’s developments. You can check out the podcast at ajcbreakdown.com or at the iTunes’ podcast store.

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    Ross Harris launches appeal of murder conviction
    7:03 p.m. Tuesday, January 03, 2017

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    Justin Ross Harris on Tuesday launched the appeal of his hot-car murder conviction, alleging that prejudicial testimony admitted by the court made it an “absolute impossibility” for him to receive a fair trial.

    The motion for a new trial, filed by Harris’ legal team, is the first step of what is likely to be a lengthy appellate process. The motion condemns court rulings made before and during the sensational trial, such as a decision that prevented the defense from attacking the credibility of Cobb County police officers involved in the investigation.

    A jury in Brunswick, where the trial was moved because an impartial jury could not be seated in Marietta, found Harris guilty of intentionally leaving his 22-month-old son Cooper to die in a hot car in June 2014. Last month, Superior Court Judge Mary Staley Clark sentenced Harris to life in prison without the possibility of parole, plus an additional 32 years.

    Cobb District Attorney Vic Reynolds said Tuesday he had yet to see the new trial motion. Harris’ lead trial attorney, Maddox Kilgore, declined to comment. Last month, a new attorney, Mitch Durham of Marietta, was appointed to represent Harris. He could not be reached for comment.
    Prosecutors said Harris killed his son so he could be free of his family commitments and sleep with as many people as possible. During the trial, the jury heard testimony from eight women who said they either slept with Harris or exchanged sexually explicit emails, including nude photos, with him. Prosecutors presented such testimony to help provide a motive.

    This also included testimony from a woman who was a minor when she and Harris exchanged lewd emails. And the jury convicted Harris of three separate counts — essentially child pornography charges — for the emails he exchanged with the underage girl.

    Staley Clark should have allowed Harris to be tried separately for the three charges involving the teenage girl, because her testimony was too inflammatory, the motion said. It also said the jury should not have been allowed to hear evidence of Harris’ sexual dalliances with the other women because prosecutors “made no connection whatsoever between these specific acts of infidelity and an intent to murder his child.”
    The evidence involving Cooper’s death was bad enough, the motion said. It included “ghoulish images of a dead child with his eyes open” and “macabre autopsy photographs.”

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    Doesn't surprise me, as soon as the verdict was read it was in the works an appeal would be filed.
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    Duffie Dixon 11Alive ‏@DuffieDixon 4h4 hours ago

    Here's the appeal filed for Ross Harris. A jury convicted him of intentionally leaving his son in a hot car to kill him. 11Alive


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    Last edited by mykittysmama; 01-12-2017 at 10:30 PM.
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    Justin Ross Harris’ ex-wife Leanna Taylor explains why she still supports him after son's hot car death
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    The ex-wife of Justin Ross Harris, the Georgia man who was found guilty of intentionally leaving the couple’s 22-month-old son to die in a hot SUV in June 2014, is speaking out for the first time about why she supported her ex-husband through the trial and continues to support him today.
    “It never crossed my mind that Ross had done it on purpose,” Leanna Taylor told ABC's Amy Robach in an exclusive interview. “Never. It was an accident.”
    A Georgia jury made up of six men and six women in November found Harris guilty on eight counts, including malice murder and two counts of felony murder, for the death of their son, Cooper Harris. He was sentenced to life without parole.

    The boy was pronounced dead on June 18, 2014, after authorities said he spent about seven hours alone in a rear-facing car seat in Harris’s locked SUV in the Atlanta area. Temperatures in the area had reached the low 90s outside that day. Authorities ruled that Cooper died of hyperthermia.
    Taylor said she first learned something was wrong when she went to Cooper’s daycare that afternoon to pick him up.

    “The day care teacher ... said, ‘Well, Cooper’s not here.’ and I thought she was joking, and I was like, ‘No really, where’s Cooper?’” Taylor said. “And she just looked me dead in the face and got my attention. She was like, ‘He’s not here.’ I didn’t know what to think.”
    Taylor said her first thought was that someone must have taken him from daycare, and then she said she thought, and admits she said out loud, that Harris must have left him in the car.
    “Nothing else that my mind was going to made sense,” she said. “The next place my brain went was, ‘Well, maybe Ross left him at home, like, maybe he just forgot to take him to daycare.’ ... he could be a forgetful person.”

    Watch the interview first on "Good Morning America" and then see more on "20/20" THIS FRIDAY, Feb. 17 at 10 p.m. ET
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    Justin Ross Harris' ex-wife Leanna Taylor explains why she still supports him after son's hot car death

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    The ex-wife of Justin Ross Harris, the Georgia man who was found guilty of intentionally leaving the couple’s 22-month-old son to die in a hot SUV in June 2014, is speaking out for the first time about why she supported her ex-husband through the trial and continues to support him today.

    “It never crossed my mind that Ross had done it on purpose,” Leanna Taylor told ABC's Amy Robach in an exclusive interview. “Never. It was an accident.”

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    Taylor said she first learned something was wrong when she went to Cooper’s daycare that afternoon to pick him up.

    “The day care teacher ... said, ‘Well, Cooper’s not here.’ and I thought she was joking, and I was like, ‘No really, where’s Cooper?’” Taylor said. “And she just looked me dead in the face and got my attention. She was like, ‘He’s not here.’ I didn’t know what to think.”

    Taylor said her first thought was that someone must have taken him from daycare, and then she said she thought, and admits she said out loud, that Harris must have left him in the car.

    “Nothing else that my mind was going to made sense,” she said. “The next place my brain went was, ‘Well, maybe Ross left him at home, like, maybe he just forgot to take him to daycare.’ ... he could be a forgetful person.”

    When a detective told her later that day that her son was dead, Taylor said she felt “numb.”

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    Authorities argued that Harris going back to the car at lunch proved he knew Cooper was still there, but Taylor sees it differently.

    “The going back to the car part actually for me solidifies that it wasn’t intentional,” she said. “To me, it said the opposite, that he didn’t have a clue Cooper was there.”

    Detectives zeroed in on Harris, but said they were also suspicious of Taylor because they thought her actions that day seemed strange. She had told daycare workers that “Ross must have left him in the car” and detectives said she seemed unemotional when she was told Cooper was dead.

    Most suspicious, police said, was that while Harris was awaiting questioning at the police station, Taylor was recorded asking him, “Did you say too much?” Later, at Cooper’s funeral, eyewitnesses reported that she seemed unemotional, and that she told people Cooper seemed to be in a better place.

    Taylor, who was never arrested or charged in the case, said she was just trying to process what had happened.

    “Nothing about it felt real. Nothing about it felt like it was happening. It just felt like a bad dream,” Taylor said. “My faith is the only thing that has kept me alive since this happened. The only thing that could give me any kind of peace was knowing that Cooper was in a good place ... People took it as me not wanting him here.

    “If I could bring Cooper back to me, of course I would bring him back,” she added.

    ince the funeral, Taylor said she has been the target of horrific bullying, both in person and online. She said she was barred at first from getting her son’s belongings from his daycare and she said someone left a note on Cooper’s grave saying, “If you had been my son, I would have loved you.”

    “There's no way for someone to know how they would react,” Taylor said. “If somebody had asked me the day before this happened, ‘How would you react if this happened to you?’ My explanation of how I would have reacted and the reality of how I actually reacted would have been completely opposite.”

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    Taylor said Harris did apologize to her for what happened and she accepted, but “it’s not going to change anything.” She remains steadfast that Harris never would have killed their son on purpose.

    “There was evidence in our relationship that would suggest that he would be capable of being unfaithful to me,” she said. “There was no evidence in our relationship that suggested that he would harm anyone, much less his own son.”

    Today, her son Cooper has been gone longer than he was alive. Taylor said she slept with his blankets every night for months and it took her two years before she could bring herself to wash his dirty clothes.

    “At this very moment, there is a sippy cup on my kitchen table that still has the water in it that he had drank the day before or the morning of, and I just can’t wash it,” she said. “There’s some of him in it and that may seem weird ... and nobody touches it. It’s like they know better.”

    Taylor got a tattoo of Cooper’s right footprint on her right foot so that she said he will always be “walking with her.” She has a second tattoo, a semicolon on her wrist, which has been used as a symbol of suicide prevention. Taylor said she came very close to committing suicide but in the end decided she didn’t want to put her family through more heartache.

    Her mission now is to spread awareness about “Forgotten Baby Syndrome,” the clinical term for parents accidentally leaving children in cars, to make sure what happened to Cooper serves as a warning to other parents.

    “[Cooper] deserves a better legacy than ‘the boy whose father intended to kill him,’” Taylor said. “People don't believe that it can happen to them, and not believing that it can happen to you is putting your child in danger.”


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    Heads up if you are interested.


    Action News on 6abc ‏@6abc 19m19 minutes ago

    TONIGHT @Arobach talks with Leanna Taylor, ex-wife of Justin Harris, who was convicted of murdering their son in 2014. Only on @ABC2020
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    Quote Originally Posted by mykittysmama View Post
    Heads up if you are interested.


    Action News on 6abc ‏@6abc 19m19 minutes ago

    TONIGHT @Arobach talks with Leanna Taylor, ex-wife of Justin Harris, who was convicted of murdering their son in 2014. Only on @ABC2020
    I'm watching it now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simba View Post
    I'm watching it now.
    Me too, what do you think so far?
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    JRH complaining how hot it is in the back of the police car! WTF!
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    I'll have to wait for the video of it. I was in the kitchen and missed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mykittysmama View Post
    Me too, what do you think so far?
    I'm still not convinced she had no knowledge that Ross was going to do this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simba View Post
    I'm still not convinced she had no knowledge that Ross was going to do this.
    I have always thought she knew she just wasn't upset and kept sticking up for him I think the public loved Cooper more then his parents I can't even watch anything with Cooper in it:cry: They both wanted there freedom and should never have children ever again!!

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    I don't even know if I can post my feelings about the Leanna interview. First of all she must have gotten lots of $$ because there were never before seen pictures and lots of video That makes me sick.

    She gave off the vibe that only she was hurt by this. "He ruined MY life". Aaaa Coopers life was ruined too doncha thing?

    Never a tear. She tried hard but no tears. I think even the interviewer was disgusted with her towards the end due to her questions and tone of her voice.

    Leanna still thinks it's all about her and Ross with absolutely no regard to little dead Cooper that died a horrible death in a hot car.

    Thank goodness the police and prosecutors office didn't let him get away with it.

    Leanna...she's a very strange woman/mother. Cold, cold until it comes to Cooper.

    Actually I think Ross was the main cargiver and Leanne just a person living with them. I think he got tired of that role and went into the porn and decided to end Coopers life to be free of both Cooper and Leanne.

    Seeing Leanne in all the video's...she is no innocent.

    It was interesting when she was telling about that monring. Getting up late and almost out the door before she remembered to kiss Cooper goodbye. That's all she did for that baby that morning. She didn't get him up, get him dressed, fix his breakfast or lunch for day care. She did nothing. She left it all up to Ross, the caregiver.

    Sigh..I'm done. Sad for Cooper and done.

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    I have not changed my opinion of her. I still believe she knew what was going to happen. Watching the surveillance videos over again proved her guilt. Too bad she is free.
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