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ATLANTA — A former inmate at the Cobb County jail who spent time with the dad accused of leaving his son in the back seat of his hot car to die said the man showed no emotion after his arrest.
Mark Wilson was booked into Cobb County Jail on a DUI on the same day that Justin Ross Harris, 33, was arrested.
Wilson wouldn’t say much because he’s under contract with the National Enquirer, but he did confirm the accuracy of the article and the quotes attributed to him.
In the National Enquirer article, Wilson says he met Ross Harris while they were both being booked into jail. Wilson says the accused killer casually chatted him up and did not act like a man who had just recently lost his son.
“There was no emotion whatsoever in his voice, attitude — anything,” Wilson told the magazine. “There was just no sadness in how he was acting.”
Wilson added, “I just don’t see how someone, a father, could act completely normal and calm in a situation like that, especially like two, three hours after the whole thing happened. It was a little weird.”
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