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CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jul 06, 2014
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(Studio: Ana Cabrera) The investigation into the Georgia toddler who died in his father Justin Ross Harris’s hot car reviewed. [In court, WITNESS – describes mother Leanna Taylor’s reaction to finding out young Cooper had not been dropped off at day care and when she was notified of Cooper’s death.] Live discussion held with criminal defense attorneys Holly Hughes† and Brian Claypool† about whether Taylor should be charged. [HUGHES, CLAYPOOL – comment on possible charges, the release of search warrants, how this might become a death penalty case and Harris’s sex addiction.]
Cabrera, Ana

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