Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Attorney Says Leanna Harris Passed Polygraph
Leaana and Justin Ross Harris both admittedly researched how long a baby would live in a hot car just prior to...(cough, cough), the baby being killed in a hot car.
Justin Harris is charged in the murder, and the mother, Leanna, went on television praising her husband as her "leader" and "loving" father, in spite of Harris' many ongoing affairs and e-affairs.
Now, her attorney says she passed a polygraph.
She was just a victim of extreme happenstance. It's like texting a mother saying, "Golly gee, I hope no one kidnaps our baby" only to find a kidnapping happen weeks later.
I'd like to see the actual questions posed.
Remember the Ramseys went polygraph shopping?
They reportedly failed, failed and failed again, until they found someone to 'pass' them, only to have their attorneys have the polygrapher sign a non-disclosure agreement:
He was not allowed to even say what questions were asked.
"I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Ms. Lewinsky."
Had President Clinton been asked, "Did you have sexual relations with Ms. Lewinsky?" under polygraph, he would have passed.
Everyone of us has a personal, subjective, internal dictionary.
Had he been asked, "Did you have sexual contact with Ms. Lewinsky?" the stage would have changed, dramatically.
Is it possible that Justin Ross Harris, in his "leadership" role, had his wife do internet searches to 'set her up' for his desire to be child-free?
Yes, it is possible.
This may be why police did not charge her.
She may not be the sharpest knife in the drawer.
Did she take a polygraph for law enforcement when the case was first investigated?
This would hold more weight for us, especially if the polygrapher entered into her language, with a solid pre-screening interview.