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June 30th, 2014
08:05 PM ET

Wife defends husband in hot car death

The father accused of letting his son die in a hot car received applause after calling in to the boy's funeral. CNN's Nick Valencia and Joey Jackson discuss the latest details with Brooke Baldwin.

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  1. Phil Bergin

    I really appreciate CNN airing this preliminary hearing, but Brooke Baldwin keeps cutting in with talking heads at some of the most interesting points in the testimony. Please just let us listen. Why bother to air it if you are just going to keep cutting us off with your mindless chatter about what we can't hear. And the commercials. OMG, every 3 minutes.

    July 3, 2014 at 3:56 pm |
  2. Dave Christensen

    I'm sick and tired of your so-called experts voicing their opinions as to the state of mind over this man's mental state at the time he was arrested. They have no idea what they're talking about when they say 'no one acts like that', in regards to his not sobbing about his son but sobbing instead about his job and prison. Take one long look at this man. A MATURE man may sob about losing his baby. MAY. This guy, even tho married and with a child, is certainly no mature adult. Anyone can get married. Anyone can have a baby. Being mature requires an entirely different personality and outlook. This guy is still a teenager in a man's body. His entire stance, his comments, even his appearance is one of a teenager. Teens do NOT have a mature state of mind, capable of handling stress, trauma or loss. Every mannerism and expression this man showed was typical of a teenager. Your 'experts' are no more expert than my dog, in my opinion.

    July 7, 2014 at 10:31 pm |
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