Guy Heinze, Jr. Indicted

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A Grand Jury in Glynn County, Georgia met earlier today and handed down an indictment on one count of attempted murder, two charges of drug possession and eight counts of malice murder.

The local district attorney, Stephen Kelly, announced that the slayings easily met the requirements to seek a death sentence.

The indictment isn’t offering any new information as to the murders and how the family members were killed. When the DA was asked by reporters if Heinze was the only killer Kelley refused to comment.

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  • For all of you who already have him tried and convicted; please let me remind you that in The United Sates of America a man is innocent until proved guilty.
    While the media seems to have jumped to the same quick conclusion as the District Attorney I believe that Guy Heinze is innocent.
    There are far too many questions that have not been answered not the least of which is the murders he is charged with would be physically impossible for one person. There were many people in that trailer of an age that they could defend themselves against one person or at least run away. There are windows as well as the door. And whoever committed this awful crime ( at least 2 maybe more) could not be the son, uncle, brother that Guy is. He states himself as does his brother that “he is no saint” (who among us are) that does not make him the mass murderer of his own family. I want the facts and proof of this monstrous act to come out and I believe that Guy Heinze will be found innocent – IF this case makes it to court at all.
    Look for the real killers.
    Greg Howard
    Boston, MA

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  • I totally agree, being in possession of marijuana and hiding an illegal shotgun do not mean that someone is a murderer. The 911 call sounds genuine and although this guy seems to be of imposing stature I also can’t fathom how one person could kill 8 people, by beating them no less–that takes time and if the victims knew the killer, it strikes me that they might be more inclined to try and escape or fight back. That this man would be so pathological as to beat to death someone with Down’s syndrome as well as a toddler does not jive with his neighbors’ and other family members’ assessments of his character. I hope that justice is really done here and that the courts don’t rush to convict him because he’s poor and they could care less. The police owe it to the community as well to continue to investigate the crime until Guy Heinze is convicted of acting alone beyond the shadow of a doubt.

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  • Im glad to see other people thought this. I agree with all above statements. I think there are far to much of our population i locked up and far, far to many have been wronfully convicted in this country. How ever many people it took to kill those poor people get to run free while they scapegoat this young man, and as they alway do scapegoat marijuana as well. This country contrary to its sparse population density, has more prisoners then any country in the world.The United States Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics admits that, statistically 8% to 12% of all state prisoners are either actually or factually innocent.
    Some consider this an acceptable sacrifice, but I challenge them to remember that for each innocent convict there is atleast one free criminal, able to continue committing crime.

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  • I have a strong feeling he didn’t do it. I also have a feeling that the police didn’t do much to look for the real killer/s. This guy is just being used as a scapegoat.

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