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    That One Key Piece of Guilty Evidence

    I understand at this time we don't have all the details of the case; however, with what we do have at this point what is the one thing (evidence) that makes him guilty in your eyes that you just can seem to get pass? I understand that there are many pieces to the puzzle which all adds up to either guilty or not guilty but there has to be one piece of evidence that screams his GUILT while all the rest is just secondary.

    Mine is he claims he forgot Cooper after less than a minute of strapping him into his car seat, didn't see him ONCE while driving out of CFA, then after work he FINALLY discovers him.. Yes, all the other evidence in my eyes proves he's guilty, but this one screams guilty to me the most.


    This post is my opinion only, and is subject to making me look totally confused

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    30 seconds in the car before getting out
    HOPING I CAN HELP
    but, what if .... ?

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    The small interior of the car and how the car seat looked inside of it...and not seeing Cooper in his car seat. 3 different times. Unless he is blind and we do not know it, he is guilty.
    "All views are entitled to be aired. It is through vigorous and constructive debate that together we will chart the path ahead." --Nelson Mandela

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    Forgetting him less than a minute after strapping him in does it for me.

    I was thinking about this after dropping my boys off at daycare. I can understand (somewhat) how accidents like this happen, if you are a new parent to a tiny infant that sleeps all the time in a rear facing car seat (you can't see them in the seat unless you have a mirror on the headrest). You are not used to them being in the car, you have a long drive to daycare, get distracted, etc. I see how it could happen.

    BUT in this case Cooper was almost TWO YEARS OLD. How many hundreds of trips in the car did they make with him? You get used to having them there and checking on them during the drive by looking in the mirror, or talking to them, or looking back when you get to a stoplight, or fetching something off the floor. It is really weird for me when I go somewhere without my kids. I still look back to see them out of habit. I still check the seats when I get out and have a "duh they are with daddy, grandma, etc" moment.

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    The 30 seconds in the car - this seem like he is making a deliberate decision to leave. This car-sitting time, imo, looks very cold. I can't believe Cooper was silent or still during this time, imo.

    And the phone calls at the shopping center. I know people react strangely in emergencies, but I can't imagine leaving my child's side so quickly. Why call anyone? Even calling a spouse seems so distant in those immediate first minutes. I think the phone calls show he already was distant and removed from his child, imo. If he just discovered the "accident," imo, he would still be holding out hope and would at least be with the child and responders. The phone calls really bother me.

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    The smell. Even if by some chance the experts are wrong and it was just a dirty diaper or sweat, organic things that sit in the car for 7 hours are hard to miss.

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    The computer searches...all of them (the animals in hot cars, the how to survive prison, the child free living...).

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    All of it. Just the totality of all of it.
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    His reported demeanor in the jail as reported in the NE.

    Not seeing CH in the car when he went to drop off the lightbulbs. No way.

    Screaming he killed his child when he could not see his face because CH was rear facing. How would he know ? He could not know that for sure .

    The getting on the phone while others are doing CPR.

    Oh oh. More than one piece

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    Great idea for a thread Paperdoll!

    I'm going to actually follow the rules this time and only list the ONE key piece of evidence that seals the deal for me.

    There is NO WAY that RH could have forgotten about Cooper in 30 seconds after strapping him tightly in his car seat and kissing his face. Absolutely no way.
    Say what you mean, mean what you say, but don't say it mean.
    We are all just trying to make sense of an unimaginable crime.


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    Backing into the parking space with Cooper's head sticking up above his infant car seat.


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    Googling hot car deaths 5 days before his son suffered a hot car death got me pretty much up there - then 30 seconds to forget pushed me right over the edge.
    Are you kidding me?? 30 seconds?? 30 seconds!!.

    It was like deja vu - same feeling I had when I first heard Caylee Anthony had been missing for 30 days before her mother reported it. Are you kidding me?? 30 days?? 30 days!!

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    "I dreaded how he would look." That statement sent chills down my spine when the detective repeated it on the stand. It encapsulates the premeditation and complete understand of EXACTLY what he was doing willingly to his child (HIS CHILD!).

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    Quote Originally Posted by lndigo View Post
    Backing into the parking space with Cooper's head sticking up above his infant car seat.


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    I think I stand corrected. He didn't back into the spot, but backed up in the lot.

    "According to ABC, the video shows that when Ross Harris arrived to work that morning, he "passes a parking space, backs up the vehicle several feet and then pulls into a parking space near the back of the lot. Harris then exits the vehicle and walks into his office building."

    http://www.examiner.com/article/retr...hocking-tweets

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    I'm going to stick with Cooper's head being visible over the top of the Chicco KeyFit 30 as the one thing I can't get past. I have a toddler that is the same age as Cooper, as well as a Chicco KeyFit 30, and the idea that he wouldn't have noticed his head above the seat is crazy. The idea of even putting a child that age in a baby bucket seems nuts. Most people only use them for the first year, and then switch to a bigger rear facing convertible or forward facing car seat.

    I just put my 23 month old in our old one, and the whole top of her head sticks out. When she is riding RF in her convertible car seat, she is almost completely hidden. Not even close with the infant seat.

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