Alex Hall, a friend of Harris since their sophomore year of college and a co-worker at Home Depot, said Harris talked about how much he loved his son all the time. He said he, another co-worker and college friend, Winston Milling, and Harris had gone to lunch the day the boy died and had planned to go to the movies after work that day.
"Nothing stuck out," Hall said. "Nothing was weird."
The two men later dropped Harris off at his car so he could put a couple of light bulbs he had purchased inside.
Kilgore, the defense attorney, said that showed Harris did not mean to leave the boy there.
"If that were the case, why in the world would he bring his colleagues right up to the car?" he asked.
Kilgore also said Harris had sent his wife a text that afternoon asking, "When are you going to get my buddy?"
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