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Investigator testifies in Ga. murder trial

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Updated: 10/21/2013 3:17 am
BRUNSWICK, Ga. (AP) -- A detective who investigated the slaying of eight people inside a mobile home near Brunswick has testified he initially didn't believe defendant Guy Heinze Jr. had killed anyone, but then the evidence began to add up.

During cross-examination Saturday, Lt. William Darris said Henize had blood on his khaki pants that didn't match the blood of three victims found on gym shorts he was wearing under the pants. The lieutenant said Henize also had a cell phone with a victim's blood in the car he was driving, yet he had no blood on his hands.

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nativejax - 10/19/2013 8:44 PM
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My son has met Guy Hienze, and knew one of the victims well. He said even though the whole family was a bunch of red neck uneducated, idiots, he is sure Hienze is not capable of killing his family. He thinks it was a drug debt that was owed and those dealers don't 'play' when it comes to crack and meth. The police should hard pressed to round up the gangs they still have there and dig deeper for the truth.
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