Dark portrait emerges of Barefoot Bandit’s life
Colton Harris-Moore’s relationship with his mother is a key issue in defense documents as his attorneys argue for a lighter prison sentence.
By Erik Lacitis
Seattle Times staff reporter
When Colton Harris-Moore faces the judge for sentencing on Friday, his mother won’t be in the small Island County Superior Courtroom in Coupeville.
“I have arthritis so bad, I can barely walk,” Pam Kohler says.
But Harris-Moore’s attorney, John Henry Browne, wasn’t saving a seat for her anyway.