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Georgia / Accident or Murder / A Discussion #1067693

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jun 26, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The story of the death of 22-month-old Cooper Harris, who was left in his car by his father, Justin Harris, at work re-introduced.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Lyn Balfour†, whose baby died in a car, and "Washington Post" reporter Gene Weingarten† about leaving babies in cars; Weingarten's 2009 article quoted. [From Charlottesville, BALFOUR - recounts what happened the day she left the baby in the car; states her pain {of this accident} will never go away; offers advice on baby proofing your car.] [WEINGARTEN†- says there is a failure of memory in these cases.]

Cooper, Anderson

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