Glynn County Police Chief Matt Doering is still hearing a lot of questions about the beating deaths of eight people inside a Brunsick-area mobile home last month.
"And they get my same response," Doering says. "Right now what's important here that you need to know is we have the right person. We've got the only person. And we've got all the evidence to prove he did it."
Guy Heinze, Jr., 22, has been indicted on eight first degree murder charges for beating to death members of his family and a family friend.
Don't the police always say that? Isn't that exactly what they said in every single case in which someone was exonerated after spending years on death row?
The younger brother said it all in that video recorded last month. I think he should represent his brother in court. What do you think?
Heinze, Jr. first alerted police to the mass killings Saturday, August 29. He was arrested a short time later for lying to arriving officers, trying to hide a shotgun from the mobile home and drug possession.
A week later, less than two hours after bonding out of county lock-up, Heinze was re-arrested and charged with the massacre. Doering says from the start, investigators believed Heinze would play a signficant role in the case, but were not so certain he was the attacker until asking a judge to sign the murder warrants.
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