July 9th, 2014
09:41 PM ET

Authorities conduct replicate Georgia toddler's hot car death

Investigators in Georgia have returned to the parking lot where Justin Ross Harris allegedly left his son Cooper strapped in his car seat for several hours while he went to work.

Officials are reenacting the scene to better understand what 22-month-old Cooper went through before dying of heatstroke.

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  1. Janice Davis

    Anyone that leaves a child unattended in a car to die in the most extreme temperatures should be executed and the spouse who may have aided or abetted this crime should have a life sentence. What a horrible act when if they didnt want the child there are many couples who would love to have a child. This act just makes me sick

    July 10, 2014 at 1:00 pm | Reply

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