Cobb County Ross Harris victim impact statement tally sheet
Leanna Harris has never been named a suspect in the hot car death of her 22-month-old son Cooper. In fact, she sees herself as a victim.
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00:02 This is the victim impact statement that was sent to
00:05 -- -- by the district attorney who will be trying her
00:08 husband. She filled it out and sent back in. The key
00:12 word in here is victim according to her attorney. -- harris'
00:16 attorney said he hopes the victim impact statement sent to his
00:19 client by the Cobb County district attorney. Is an indication that
00:23 DA doesn't think she played a role in her son's death.
00:26 Well to secretary's office is obviously labels her record to this
00:29 package. A victim. And -- and tally sheet. They don't think
00:35 she's done I think that is criminal. At a probable cause
00:38 hearing prosecutors questioned Lee Anne -- behavior that day ever son's
00:42 death. But she was never labeled a suspect nor has ever
00:45 been charged. Cooper Harris died from hyper third me after he
00:49 was locked inside his father's SUV for seven hours in late
00:53 June. His father Ross Harris was charged with murder and is
00:57 being held at the Cobb county jail police say he intended
01:00 to kill his son Harris says it was an accident. A
01:03 statement from the Cobb County district attorney's office fell short of
01:07 clearing -- Harris. We are required by the crime victims bill
01:11 of rights to send those forms to all victims or a
01:15 victim's next of -- And it is standard procedure in the
01:18 -- district attorney's office to do so. Well it is clear
01:22 from widely -- Harris wrote in this form that she still
01:26 supports her husband 100%. In it she wrote. Ross was a
01:30 wonderful father I know without a doubt he would never have
01:34 allowed any harm to come to our son.