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Justice — At Last! Evil Hot Car Death Dad 'Marked Man' Behind Bars, Prison Source Reveals!

Hot Car Death Justin Ross Harris Prison Threats
Source: Splash News

Nov. 23 2016, Published 9:47 a.m. ET

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The condemned monster who left his toddler son to be fried alive in an oven-hot car has been marked for death by prison killers before he ever walks the last mile!

Justin Ross Harris was found guilty of the first degree murder of baby Cooper Harris, who he locked in a car in the middle of the summer in Atlanta, Georgia and left to die, on Nov. 13.

"There is no lower form of life on the prison scale than a child abuser," a hardened prison source told when asked about the reviled dad.

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Ross Harris's sicko side was exposed during the jaw-dropping trial, as multiple women, including a prostitute, testified about the sex they had with the then-married father. Hundreds of sexually explicit text messages were shown to the jury as prosecutors made their case, claiming Ross Harris wanted to ditch his wife and kid for the bachelor life.

Many of the women were sexting with Ross Harris, including sending naked photos of their genitals, on June 18, 2014, as the baby suffered through an agonizing seven-hour ordeal in the 120-degree heat.

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But the life sentence in prison that Ross Harris is now facing is not the only horrible fate that awaits the convicted killer.

"He's a marked man," the source warned.

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