The admission comes after the woman’s husband who is currently incarcerated without bail told how he had used the internet to research child death in vehicles and at what temperatures death would occur. The admission had come after fellow co workers at Home Depot’s corporate office noticed their colleague making the unsettling online search.
A police affidavit released on Saturday told ‘Justin stated that he was fearful that this could happen,’
The statement was written in order to gain permission from the court to search Harris’ apartment in Marietta, Georgia.
During a police search executed on Wednesday June 18 officers seized a laptop computer, a computer tower, a Google Chromecast and other electronic devices. Harris’ white AT&T IPhone 5, was also seized by cops.
The wife’s admission comes the day after the parent’s son, Cooper Harris was laid to rest where the mother came to defend her husband telling funeral goers that ‘her husband is an exceptional daddy.’
Told Leanna Harris: ‘Cooper meant the world to him, there was not a day go by that we did not say how blessed we were to have him in our lives.’
Adding as her husband listened in to the service from jail on speaker phone: ‘Ross I love you, I am doing this for you okay.
‘I should be crumpled in a heap of snot and tears into the dirt, but The Lord is holding me up…he is holding Ross up.’
On Thursday a petition, which had attracted more than 11,000 online signatures and calling for the murder charges against Harris, came to be dropped in lieu of new conflicting reports including the parents latest admissions that they had researched online deaths of both children and animals as well as the fact that at one point on the day the child came to be left in the SUV and later die that Justin Ross Harris had come back to the car during his lunch break, purportedly to place an item in the driver’s side.
How or why the father came not to notice the child has remained a mystery unless of course he did and by then was by then trying to come to find a way to explain his son’s purported ‘sudden death.’
At present the medical examiner’s office is waiting for toxicology test results before making an official ruling as to the cause and manner of the toddler’s death.
And then there were these comments on the web that made me wonder:
As a mother I can tell you that there is no reason to look up the temperature and length of time required for a child to die when left in a hot car. Parents just know not to do it. The specifics are irrelevant. Seriously, how many parents need the exact figures? Do you look up exactly how hot the burner on the stove needs to be to cause third degree burns or do you just tell your kid not to put their hand on it?
Luckily we live in a country where all citizens are innocent until proven guilty. No matter what the mob is fed by the media.
Some people are intellectually curious about technical details of any number of random events. Not saying this man is or isn’t guilty, it’s just not an absurd notion for an individual to research something seemingly random just because you wouldn’t or because it doesn’t make sense to you.
How do you forget to pick up your own son at an on site day care center, unless of course, you already know he’s dead.
Exactly, this man would have us believe he went to work, forgot kid is in car, forgot to drop him off at work daycare, went to his vehicle at lunchtime and didn’t notice kid in car, Then at end of day forgot to pick kid up from daycare and left work then noticed dead child and pulled into shopping center.