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Defense: Georgia Hot Car Death Was No Crime

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Defense: Georgia Hot Car Death Was No Crime

2016-10-05 02:07:491 Oct 2018 01:53 AM EST

Justin Ross Harris, the Georgia man charged with killing his toddler son, Cooper, wept in court Tuesday as his attorney told a jury the child's death two years ago inside a hot SUV is certainly the father's fault, but he committed no crime. Harris was charged with malice murder and other crimes after 22-month-old son, Cooper, perished in June 2014. Authorities say the boy was left for seven hours in his father's vehicle parked outside the Home Depot office where Harris worked in the Atlanta suburbs.
During the second day of the trial, Maddox Kilgore, Harris' lead defense attorney, todl jurors that Harris forgot his son was in the back seat because of a simple change in routine — he took the boy with him to breakfast that morning, though he usually dropped Cooper off at daycare before eating. Prosecutors say Harris actually plotted to kill his son, hoping to escape his family responsibilities to focus on sexual liaisons he was having with prostitutes and women he met online. Harris is also charged with sending sexually explicit text messages and photos to an underage teenage girl.

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