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Brunswick, GA

Part 12 Guy Heinze Jr.

I know many disagree with me, but I firmly think Jr is innocent. I have maintained that notion all long and unless Jr flat-out admits, will retain it. I grew up with Rusty and Guy Sr. I met them in 4th grade. They considered each other brothers way back then and all through life, he remained the best of friends. When they started having kids, the closeness of their family was such that unless you knew them well, you would not know which kid belonged to which parent. Those kids, as they grew up, stayed just as close as their fathers did. There was normal childhood bickering, but in the end, no one messed with any of them because you would have to deal with ALL of them. Also, like with a great deal many other kids, there were the normal bouts with drugs. But, none of them ever got involved with mass quantities or any really hard stuff- mostly some pot or a pain killer or two. As for any violence in the family, nothing more than any other family dealt with. My point is that despite the financial troubles they endured, the few recreational drugs and a few other small things I will not mention here, they were a very strong, very loving, very tight family living in a mobile home. Picture it, if you will, as a family life you would expect from the filthy rich, only without the money and instead of a mansion, they lived in a small, old, rented mobile home. I am honored and proud to say that I knew that family. Rusty and Guy were the best friends anyone could ever hope to have. Their demise is beyond sad. I often recall our camping trips together, fishing adventures and even the few times when, as teenagers, we got tipsy together. Rusty's dad had a small junkyard and we would piddle around with the old cars. While we were not rich, we were better off than they were, but I always wished my family was as close as theirs. In that sense, they were far better off than I was- something that still holds true today. Because of the way all of the Toler/Heinze kids were raised, I simply cannot entertain the notion that Jr did it.  (Sep 16, 2013 | post #931)

Brunswick, GA

Part 12 Guy Heinze Jr.

What do you have, Joe, that clearly states Jr is guilty?? Or are you of the assumption that just because the cops think he is guilty, that makes it so?? Do you not think that Jr is afforded a trial or that cops don't screw up? Setting aside that I know him and the entire family, it is law- and my opinion- that none of us are guilty until it is undoubtedly proven to be so or a confession is made. As yet, there is no confession and no trial has taken place. Please do share with the rest of us what you know or what you have that indicates true guilt. Finally, what if you were innocent of a crime, but were charged just the same. Would you want people on your jury that already assessed your guilt and sentenced you before any trial?? You may think he is guilty, but what proof do you have?? Keep in mind that while Jr is just a name in the news to you and many others here, we are still talking about a young man, a life, a human. Jr isn't perfect, but then none of us are. I know what he's been involved in and the things he's done. Not one thing in his past indicates or dictates that he has done this to his family. They were poor and they lived in a mobile home. But they have been through hell in the past and they stayed together as only a close, loving family could.  (Jun 18, 2013 | post #908)

Brunswick, GA

What McIntosh/Darien does not want you to know

I couldn't care less about any type of action they may wish to wage against me for speaking out about the crap that has occured there. In fact, I would encourage it. Want to know why?? Because I have recorded, video and audio, of most of it. That county has been corrupt since the days of Ad Poppell. I can recall incidents involving a certain former cheif of police that was arrested for, and convicted of, exposing himself to school girls. Instead of being terminated, he was repositioned to other jobs on county payroll. That same person, as chief of police, asked me to burn down the home of a diabled person that lived across the street from him and threatened to shoot me if I did not. That was when I left that crap pile of a town. It should also be known that all those highway construction zones and barrels along 95 are only there to create revenue. The state and federal why depts have removed their barrels upon completion, but the county put their own barrels out- even though there is no construction, no staff, no equipment on any "construction site". The state has also sent demands to the county to remove their barrels and open the interstate, but the county, as it is usually does, has defied the order. It is not the county highway that is responsible for it. It is the SO and PD that are the respondents.  (May 23, 2013 | post #9)

Brunswick, GA

Mcintosh/Darien CROOKED RACIST COPS

As a former resident of Crackintosh county, I will offer my perspective on this matter: The system is set up to nab both locals and travelers. There are two seperate systems at play. The first is for locals. The poor get hit with anything the cop can dream up. Whether it would stick or not is of no consequence. In this system conviction is not required; only appearance before the court does. Guilty or not, you will be placed on probation. Here, you will be sent to the county run probation office. You can be sent to probation from once a week to once a month. If you fail to make a probation meeting due to work, they are kind enough to forgive you in exchange for another six months probation {with fees}. Even the innocent are sent to probation. How is this, you ask? Because the state approved a monetary collection system called "pretrial probation". This works because almost anything is a jailable offense. IN order to bond out, you must agree to pretrial probation, with fees. So, even if you are found innocent, you served time on probation and paid into the system. Without agreeing to probation, they can hold you without bail.Getting to trial could take up to a year. Now you see how the GA courts make money. Probation fees paid while on probation will not be refunded if you are found innocent because it is a stipulation of contract when you do bond out of jail. The second system works like the first except the target is people traveling through the county. You get a speeding ticket- a jailable offense. Would you rather continue on your travel or hang around the town, in jail while your automobile is racking up revenue for the impound yard? What do you do?? You will pay the super high speeding fines and the lawyers that hang out at the courthouse waiting for your arrival. They will plea you down to a lesser charge for $100.00. After your plea, you will also have to pay a court fee, towing charge, impound fees and such. Later, after you have long since left the county, a bill from the state follows. Despite the lesser plea deal, you are still turned over to the state for super speeder fines. That plea deal only applies to the county, not the state. There is also a good chance that any money paid to your fine will never see the state, too. Many people have had their licenses suspended for failure to pay fines.KEEP the receipt !!!!!!! Keep it forever. I've had my run-ins with the Crackintosh cops. I was arrested for failure to pay fines to the county--3 years after the initial citation. By fluke, I actually had the receipt. Little good it did me as I had to bond out of jail in another county, pay probation fees, hire an attorney and go back to Crackintosh to contest the failure. Once done there, I still had the suspended license charge in Ware county where I was arrested and on pretrial probation.Because Crackintosh county clerk stole nearly half million dollars in fines, it cost me almost $4000.00 to get it all cleared up. I filed a motion notifying Crackintosh county of my intent to file suit for losses incurred. The county attorney flat out refused to accept the motion. I could not find an attorney to handle the case- even in outside counties. Anything done against the county would not be in their favor when handling a case or even passing through that little shithole county. In the end, it is all my loss, their gain and that's just the way they like it. Now, with out of state tags, I pass through carefully under the speed limit, two radar detectors going. When possible, I prefer to travel from NC through Atlanta and south to Valdosta then up to Glynn county rather than take 95 south.A few hundred miles out of the way, but the time and gas is far cheaper than anything I face in Crackintosh. And, when I make that trip, I don't visit family in Crackintosh, either. There should be huge roadside billboards that read: WELCOME TO CRACKINTOSH COUNTY; COME ON VACATION, LEAVE ON PROBATION.  (May 15, 2013 | post #40)

Brunswick, GA

Student faces weapons charge Tyler Heinze, 17, was arrest...

@ buddy: Tyler doesn't mess with that crap. Why do you want to try making him look bad?  (Apr 25, 2013 | post #15)

Brunswick, GA

Part 12 Guy Heinze Jr.

Of course the DA is readyto go with this-- they "misplaced " vital evidence, surpressed evidence and refused to give up ALL articles of discovery-- they are intentionally leaving the defense with very little to defend against. Too many people here think Jr is guilty because the cops say he is. They don't know all the details and I don't claim to, either. But, I have known this family since the early 80's. I KNOW these people. I grew up with Sr and with Rusty. I watched their families grow. People can only wish their families were as strong and supporting as this family was. They weren't perfect, but NONE of us are. They had problems and they had issues -- just like the rest of us. Unless Jr told me to my face he did it, there is no way I could think otherwise.  (Apr 25, 2013 | post #904)

Brunswick, GA

Brunswick Worse and Worse

I used to live there and even after being gone for the past 7 years, still only feel at home in Bwk. There have been alot of changes, for sure, and few for the better. The economy has tanked everywhere and rather than trying to bring in jobs and industry, it seems the city/county commissioners are interested in doing is taking more money off people. The police, at one time, looked and acted like police. Now, they strut around in full military gear, violate rights of the people and treat everyone as though they are the terrorists. Property prices are still good, though. And that's the only thing I have seen on the "plus side". Personally, I have drastically improved my life and financial being since leaving. I own two businesses and also work in the film industry. None of these could be afforded to me while living there, sadly, as the endless cycle of raging poverty just would not allow it. I also noticed that the people there are kind and friendly with you until you leave. Then, they become gossiping, trouble causing, crap stirring lunatics. I get all the back talk while I am gone but when I visit, those very same people that talked crap behind your back are warm and friendly again- until the next time I leave. The past few visits, I slipped in, visited with good, close friends and slipped out before the crap kickers knew I was there. Its sad, you know, because as I said earlier, Bwk is the place I feel at home. I liked it there. LIfe was good and easy; relaxed, even. I am looking at maybe moving my business down to south Fla now. Georgia is completely out of the equation.  (Apr 24, 2013 | post #11)

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Pirates Den Fishing- L.E.D. lighted lures

I must say I have used these from coast to coast and they work great. Have any of you tried them? These are better than glow in the dark lures. Got lots more bites with them.  (Mar 4, 2013 | post #1)

Brunswick, GA

Part 12 Guy Heinze Jr.

I do not have access to the story on who this new witness is. Can someone post what is happening for me, please. Thank you  (Oct 4, 2012 | post #847)

Brunswick, GA

Part 12 Guy Heinze Jr.

After coming into the murder scene and checking on his family, I can see him "lying" next to one of them. All that carnage would exhaust the energy from anyone. That was a tight family who loved each other very much. I know personally because I knew everyone one of them. Rusty, Guy, Gail and I went to school together and we stayed in touch. We used to go camping, fishing and hunting together. I watched the kids grow up. When I learned of the murders, it hit me hard. It drained me of any energy I had. This is an emotionally draining event. The police say they have all this evidence, yet fail to expose anything and all these people on this board are saying what the evidence points to, yet they have not seen anything. I believe in Jr's innocence. Until and unless he says otherwise, Jr is innocent to the highest degree and unless anyone on this board was a first account, personal witness to the murders, they should believe in innocence until proven otherwise.  (Sep 27, 2012 | post #842)

Brunswick, GA

Who is the judge???....

I cannot find any info on who the judge is that made headlines lately. Apparently, this judge had warrants issued for something and those were dropped. But I think I also read the judge was arrested. Can anyone tell me what this is all about  (Sep 13, 2012 | post #1)

Brunswick, GA

After pleading to lesser charge, accused killer to go free

My former step-daughter used to date this scumbag. All he did was drink, smoke pot, and use any other drug he could get. Violent?? Yes, very violent. She came home from a date with him with bruises on her arm and face. The very next time I saw him, I told him if he ever got near my house again, I would shoot him. I understand the system is responsible for his release, but someone else will eventually be responsible for his demise  (Aug 29, 2012 | post #1)

Brunswick, GA

Man found guilty in 2009 murder of 17-month-old girl

Tere is a special place in priso and hell for those that kill little kids. Those people are the worst that have ever been created.  (Aug 18, 2012 | post #1)

Brunswick, GA

DISGUSTING D A candidate web site

The term "pearl necklace" means she had a man titty screw her and he busted a nut thus his cum surrounds her neck like a pearl necklace. By saying it would never happen means: She is too prudish to allow it She cannot find a man to do it No man would do it to her She is butt ugly She is a bull dyke  (Jul 29, 2012 | post #12)