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  1. #31
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    DR. MICHELLE DUPRE, MEDICAL EXAMINER (via telephone): Well, Nancy, that really depends. Children are much smaller. Rigor mortis can set in

    pretty quickly, especially with high temperatures. And temperatures in hot cars can get very, very high, as we all know.

    http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIP.../24/ng.01.html
    WE DID IT! Convicted pedophile Donald Scott Brunstetter (details in the CAPER - Citizens Against Pedophile's Early Release Forum http://www.websleuths.com/forums/for...ht-on-Children) will remain behind bars for the duration of his sentence. Thanks to WS members, and Tricia's True Crime Radio listeners, at least 100 letters were received by the Parole Board prior to his July 30th, 2015 Parole Hearing, opposing his release, and they listened.
    Visit http://noparole4pedophile.weebly.com/ for background on the case.

    My posts are strictly MY opinion under circumstances when many points of view need to be considered. I apologize in advance to anyone whose potential involvement is contemplated in error, or who may be offended because I do not see eye to eye with them on all matters related to this case. I hope our differences can be set aside as we unite in the search for this victim or the perpetrator of this crime. Your opinions and insights are just as valuable as mine.

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    Fox 5 saying right now 3.6 miles to chicfila and work and maybe 15 min drive.

    UPDATE -
    And they just corrected it... Less than a .5 mile

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    timeline

    Timeline posted at 4:49 PM today by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution

    http://www.ajc.com/news/news/breakin...s-death/ngSSk/

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    5:00 pm newscast:

    -They believe he was alive Wed. morning
    -Drive is only 3.6 miles (see below for more)
    -Claims he forgot he was in the back seat and forgot to drop him off at work daycare
    -Police have said the distance news reporting is incorrect. Not 3.6 miles, actually less than a HALF mile. (2/10 of a mile)
    -Someone conducted search how long it takes for animal to die in hot car.
    - Coming up at 6 the #1 reason the suspected him and more details. (Of course.)

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    6:00 pm Newscast:

    -Preliminary COD, appears he died of hypothermia.
    -Message from police chief. This has been controversial, people believe father is a victim. The chain of events does not point towards simple negligence. The evidence will point towards more.
    -Very early on it was clear serious crime had been committed
    -LE sources say they were immediately suspicious
    -The timing of the discovery makes them skeptical
    -He claims he didn't realize for 1.4 miles
    -LE says the smell was overwhelming, clue #1 he wasn't telling the truth. The first of many
    -LE source says the search made them more suspicious (How long it takes animal to die)
    -No word on motive, currently

    That's when I lost my connection. I have no idea if the elaborated further.

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    By Alexis Stevens
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    UPDATE: The autopsy on a 22-month-old left in an SUV determined the child died from hyperthermia and the manner is consistent with a homicide, Cobb County police said Wednesday afternoon.

    http://www.ajc.com/news/news/cops-co...inues-t/ngRfn/
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    The Cobb County Medical Examiner's Office said Wednesday that toxicology results are still pending but that it believes the cause of death was hyperthermia and the manner of death was homicide. Hyperthermia is a condition in which the temperature of the body spikes due to the heat.

    http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/w...nside-24297276

    Wonder if they are thinking tox will reveal an OD of meds that caused Cooper to sleep or become lethargic while in the hot car.
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  8. #38
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    Press conference on JVM just now:

    Mike Bowman, Cobb Co. Police information:
    Officers were on routine patrols when they pulled into parking lot
    Father was taken to crimes against persons office to be interviewed
    Mother was interviewed at headquarters
    Two warrants: cruelty to child second degree--key words "with criminal negligence" causes cruel or excessive physical or mental pain. And felony murder which is when in commission of a felony causes the death of another human being
    Several search warrants
    Awaiting toxicology
    COD hyperthermia, manner is homicide (explains meaning death caused by another)
    Asked about going to car, officer said that "statement was made"
    Asked about computer search, replied "won't get into specifics if the case"
    Asked about cruelty charges downgrade, replied that warrant was changed to support the factual evidence in the case, wanted to make sure verbiage was correct to substantiate charges. Negligence could happen to anyone, but gross negligence indicates other circumstances.
    Investigators must have probable cause for charges and swear and affirm everything is correct before magistrate. Magistrate determines charges.
    Everything is active and fluid and this is an ongoing investigation.
    Investigators know timeline of events.
    Still awaiting toxicology...could be a week, could be a month.

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    http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/...e-says-n140491

    Per the above link:
    "This investigation, although similar in nature to others, must be weighed on its own merit and the facts that lead our detectives to charge the father must be presented at the appropriate time during the judicial process.

    "The chain of events that occurred in this case does not point toward simple negligence and evidence will be presented to support this allegation."

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    Tuscaloosa News Obituary Cooper Harris



    http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/tus...0524&fhid=8345


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    'But the baby didn't look like it had been choking, it looked like it had been sweating, like it had been in a swimming pool, his hair was all wet."

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz35icwqSET
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    sorry it took me so long to find what I referenced yesterday....

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    Funeral for boy left in hot car set for Saturday

    http://www.myfoxorlando.com/story/25...-toddler-death
    Funeral arrangements are set for 22-month-old Cooper Harris who died after being left in a hot car.

    Services will be at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, June 28, 2014, at University Church of Christ.

    A private family burial will be held with Tuscaloosa Memorial Chapel Funeral Home directing. Visitation will be Saturday one hour prior to services at the church.

    On Wednesday, Cobb County investigators revealed more about the case. Father Justin Ross Harris is accused of leaving the 22-month-old alone in the car while he went to work at the Home Depot corporate office for roughly seven hours.

    Harris is charged with felony murder and cruelty to child in the second degree. He is being held in the Cobb County Detention Center without bond.

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    Father charged with murdering toddler son by leaving him trapped in 91F car had done internet search on how long it would take for animal to die in hot car

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...-died-way.html
    Justin Ross Harris, 33, from Marietta, Georgia, has been charged with murder of son, Cooper, aged 22 months
    Investigators reportedly seized Harris' work computer after his arrest on June 18
    Father claims he went to work at Home Depot, forgot to drop Cooper off at daycare, and only discovered his tragic mistake seven hours later
    Earlier witnesses said he was acting 'odd' and claimed at first that Cooper was choking
    An autopsy revealed the cause of death was consistent with hyperthermia, the medical examiner announced Wednesday
    Police said on Wednesday that Harris actually RETURNED to his car at lunch while at work to put something in the front passenger seat
    But an online petition has been launched with 11,000 signatures supporting Harris' release


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    An online petition asking the Cobb County District Attorney to drop the murder charge against a father accused of leaving his toddler son in an SUV was closed Thursday.
    http://www.ajc.com/news/news/online-...thdrawn/ngS2D/

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    The autopsy conducted on the boy suggested the manner of death was a homicide, Cobb County police said late Wednesday afternoon, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution. "The Cobb County Medical Examiner's Office is waiting for toxicology test results before making an official ruling as to the cause and manner of death," police said in a written statement. "However, the Cobb County Medical Examiner believes the cause of death is consistent with hyperthermia and the investigative information suggests the manner of death is homicide."

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