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The term of the Commission to Eliminate Child Abuse and Neglect Fatalities expired on March 18, 2016.

Under Georgia Law, Not All Hot Car Deaths Are Treated Equally

Filed in Uncategorized By on September 4, 2014

Justin Ross Harris, the Georgia father who left his two year old son to die in a hot car, has been indicted for murder by a grand jury. Harris has claimed that he forgot to drop off his son at daycare on the hot July day that the death occurred, which is how he was left in the car. However, the investigation later revealed that both parents had researched hot car deaths on the Internet, and Harris was also sexting with various women while the car was parked at his father’s office. He and his wife had two life insurances policies on their son. Read more»

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