Dexter Harris has provided the police with information on so many murders committed by other people that it's hard to keep it all straight. Yesterday morning, grilled in great detail in Arapahoe County District Court about his role as a confidential informant and key witness in the 2008 death sentences doled out to Robert Ray and Sir Mario Owens, Harris pleaded a bad memory -- and conceded that he was "probably high" on cocaine during at least some of his previous court appearances in the convoluted case.
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"It's been a long time, man," Harris grumbled on the stand, after complaining that defense attorneys had "placed my life in danger repeatedly" by forcing him to testify about his jailhouse snitching.
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