Brunswick Georgia Medical Examiner Testifies about Death of Mobile Hom

Brunswick Georgia Medical Examiner Testifies about Death of Mobile Home Victims

On Wednesday, a Georgia medical examiner testified that autopsies show victims killed inside a mobile home four years ago died from multiple blows to the head from a long, thin weapon. This weapon could be a nightstick according to Dr. Edmund Donoghue in a testimony at the trial of Guy Heinze Jr. in Brunswick Georgia. 

Heinze is charged with the murder of his father and seven relatives in August, 2009. If convicted, Heinze could face the death penatly.

According to prosecuters, police suspect the victims were beaten with a shotgun barrel. Heinze has pleaded not guilty.

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