GA - Suspicion over heat death of Cooper, 22 mos *** MEDIA LINKS *** NO DISCUSSION***

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    This is a resource thread only. Link up MSM articles, official documents, maps, etc. for future reference.

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    When 11Alive's Ryan Kruger tested it on Thursday, the drive from the Chick-fil-A to Harris' office took less than three minutes. Harris told police it was enough time for him to forget his son was in the backseat.

    Cooper Harris's daycare is located at the Home Depot Corporate Headquarters off Paces Ferry Road. His father works at the Home Depot "Treehouse Office" located about a mile away on Cumberland Parkway.

    http://www.11alive.com/story/news/local/smyrna/2014/06/26/justin-harris-hot-car-death/11429745/
     
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    The newspaper said the father conducted the search in the days before the June 18 incident in which he left 22-month-old Cooper inside an overheating SUV in the baking Georgia sun.

    Harris conducted the search for information about how long it takes animals to die in hot cars on his work computer, the Daily News reported.

    The story was first reported by an Atlanta Fox affiliate, citing police sources.

    http://www.pennlive.com/midstate/index.ssf/2014/06/dad_charged_in_sons_hot_car_de.html

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/nat...died-backseat-article-1.1843382#ixzz35kGWkItc

    http://www.myfoxatlanta.com/story/25864933/sources-toddler-death

    all of the above links discuss the animal heat death searches and all trace back to the unidentified source of FOX 5
     
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    "You wonder where this stuff comes from," Officer Mike Bowman told PEOPLE on Thursday. Bowman was referring to reports that the child's father, Justin Ross Harris, did an Internet search for how long it takes for an animal to die in a hot car.

    "There is a lot of speculation and a lot of innuendo," Bowman said. "We are not releasing anything of evidentiary value. Our detectives are working tirelessly and with due diligence to make sure this case is not tainted, and that we're able to get an impartial jury."

    http://www.people.com/article/toddl...er-police-respond-false-reports#disqus_thread
     
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    Very confusing. Article about office search from June 20 headline reads: Authorities searched dead toddler’s father’s office before arrest

    First statement in the article reads:

    In the hours after a distraught father was taken away in handcuffs, Cobb County investigators searched the man’s workplace for clues to the death of his 22-month-old son.

    Which is it? Before or after?
     
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    Here it states: http://www.myfoxatlanta.com/story/25864933/sources-toddler-death


    "In the search history on that computer, a law enforcement source tells the FOX 5 I-Team someone searched for information on how long it takes for an animal to die in a hot car. The FOX 5 I-Team has not been able to confirm when that Internet search was conducted."
     
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    This is not a discussion thread. There is one for that but this is just for links.
     
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    Police warrants show dad researched child deaths inside hot cars

    http://www.11alive.com/story/news/cr...eath/11609645/


    During an interview with Justin, He stated that he recently researched, through the internet, child deaths inside vehicles and what temperature it needs to be for that to occur. Justin stated that he was fearful that this could happen.
     
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