Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by PommyMommy, Sep 12, 2021.
Could one or both parents have gone to Wyoming to help Brian? They could sort Gabby out and tidy up, whilst Brian tries to get an alibi.
I've wondered this for a while as they could share the drive home, which would make it faster.
Or is the crime scene at home relate to them lying to the police repeatedly about Brian's whereabouts and their role in him managing to apparently disappear?
Nancy Grace has 2 great Websleuths friends on with her with Joseph and Sheryl
they have been on Websleuths live a bunch of times
There have been an increasing number of no-body cases. If LE has phone data to put BL at the spot that the body was found, I don't think many jurors would believe he had nothing to do with her death. Healthy 22 year old women don't just drop dead, you know?
if she was wearing an apple watch or a device that can record heart rates and location and the door on that van closed after. Then yup alibi is toast
Point. Someone has to have seen him somewhere, or someone that knows something that will/can come forward.
The agents left the shed and returned through the back screen door into the Laundrie residence. Parents are inside the home with FBI agents. #BrianLaundrie #GabbyPetito
My opinion, they know parents are in contact with him, setting up communications/trackers, getting parents to contact him and get an idea of location. Parents were not arrested, just taken out of the house whilst it was searched, equipment set up, as parents are now back in the house, to negotiate/talk to him
ok, what is that about? for their own people? Negotiations? What? I am clueless.
They showed them on FoxNews just now too - thank you!
See video here.:
Too little, too late.
They went in full tactical. I think they were looking for Brian.
I wondered that too. Maybe to set up some equipment and they didn't want to use any of the furniture from the home as it could potentially contain evidence of some sort?
From what I can find it’s for some kind of biological/cell collectiong
Also, people trying to get rid of evidence often are not as smart and clever as they think. They often leave behind more evidence than they realized.
Exactly: or police telling her - "you have to break up with this guy right now, I know you have strong feelings of attachment but he's going to murder you if you stay with him." Absurd.
Just to make it clear, I believe that BL is directly responsible for GP’s death given human nature, the narrative, his and his parents’ reactions. I just also believe that there is likely very little court enters LE evidence especially because they have not talked.
I am completely befuddled as to why he took her van, leaving her where he did without notifying her friends and family regardless of what happened.
many ideas on that? What is the best case scenario for BL taking that van?
Just for note, ECM stands for Evidence Collection Management. The ECM kit is a large box on wheels that has everything needed to collect and manage evidence collected at a scene.