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Wife of Man Who Left Toddler in Hot Car Speaks Out

Justin Ross Harris's Wife 'Is Living Every Parent's Nightmare'

Originally posted 07/15/2014 07:15PM

There are many unanswered questions in the case of Justin Ross Harris, the Georgia man who was arrested for killing his 22-month-old son, Cooper, by leaving him in a hot car.

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Dad of Toddler Who Died in Hot Car Fired, Wife Hires Attorney & More Updates

Justin Ross Harris Fired from Home Depot and More Updates in His Murder Case

Originally posted 07/11/2014 12:45PM

The father charged in the hot-car death of his son has been terminated from his job at Home Depot, PEOPLE has learned.

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Hot Car Toddler Death: Friends React to Murder Charges Against Dad

Friends Weigh In on the Troubling Double Life of Justin Ross Harris

Originally posted 07/10/2014 12:00PM

They looked like an ordinary family, living in an upscale community of Marietta, Georgia.

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Cops: Dad 'Sexted' Six Women While Toddler Son Died in Hot Car

Cops: Justin Ross Harris 'Sexted' Six Women While His Son, 22 Months, Died in Hot Car

Originally posted 07/03/2014 05:00PM

On the surface, the case of Justin Ross Harris seems like every parent's nightmare: A forgetful dad doesn't remember to drop off his toddler at day care, accidentally leaving him strapped in a sweltering car during 90-degree weather. When he returns to the car seven hours later, he finds his son dead.

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Police: Georgia Father Researched Child Deaths Online Before His Son Died in Hot Car

UpdatePosted 06/28/2014 04:10PM

Police: Ross Harris Researched Child Deaths Online Before His Son Died in Hot Car

Originally posted 06/29/2014 09:00AM

The mother of a 22-month-old boy who died after being left in a hot car said at his funeral Saturday that she doesn't blame her husband, Justin Ross Harris – despite Harris telling police that he'd been researching child deaths in cars in the days leading up to his son Cooper's death.

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Police Respond to Reports Surrounding Death of Toddler in Hot Car

Police Respond to Reports Surrounding Death of Toddler in Hot Car

Originally posted 06/27/2014 11:30AM

Police investigating the death of a 22-month-old boy, whose father left him strapped in a hot car for seven hours in Marietta, Georgia, are frustrated with rumors circulating around the case.

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