Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by PommyMommy, Sep 12, 2021.
Interesting! I really hope so. This is preferable to the suicide option. We need answers.
Destroying the pins will not destroy the data, a standard drive format will not destroy the data, taking a magnet to the drive will not destroy the data. Your average computer user isn't going to know how to PERMANENTLY destroy a drive so that nothing can be recovered. Source: My career is in IT Security.
Isn’t it mentioned in the search warrant that she has anxiety - info that her parents most likely provided to LE — so the OCD diagnosis doesn’t seem off base IMO
The body found in AL is not that of BL.
Body found near Tillman's Corner Walmart
Just for accuracy's sake, that's not exactly what the text said. From that article, it said:
"It read, "Can you help Stan, I just keep getting his voicemails and missed calls." The reference to Stan was regarding Petito's grandfather, but Petito's mother said she never calls him "Stan," which made her concerned there was something wrong with her daughter. The phone was turned off that same day..."
He had to drive across half the country or more. There's a lot of emptiness driving in Wyoming itself (once you're out of the mountains of course). A lot of looking at nothing but asphalt, to the point where it creates mirages on the pavement. He had a lot of time to think about his actions, turn around and go be with her (or at least look for her). He had enough time to make a playlist for the road trip. The fact that he didn't come to his senses at least once during the multi-day trip speaks volumes.
I didn't hear a word about that, just lots of speculation. Nothing from LE but I could have missed it
It is certainly a VERY odd part of this story.
A pair of apparent law enforcement officers visited the Lakewood Ranch home of Brian Laundrie’s sister, Cassie Laundrie, hours after FBI agents raided her parent’s North Port home https://foxnews.com/live-news/gabby-petito-search-intensifies-for-brian-laundrie
Live outside the Laundrie house. FBI now gone.
If only this eye witness had been listened to by police more stringently.
The search warrant says the last text her mom received was on Aug. 27th asking about "Stan" before Gabby's phone was turned off. So then who got the text on Aug. 30th about no service in Yosemite? I thought her mom was sent that too.
Read search warrant executed in Gabby Petito case
I don't understand what would be meant by a "hard drive". A box thingy with data? A thingy without the box that you installed inside the computer? Wasn't that like, 30-40 years ago? I thought we were onto thumb drives or Cloud? Or are some folks using "hard drive" to refer to a Windows PC?
Could there be some sort of automated 'public playlist posting' function on Spotify, one that publishes top songs you have been listening to on a certain date?
No worries, we all have something to add - they might not be his - just adding to the thread, I was shocked when I saw them in the video, cuz I thought they were hers too. I'm not big of TikTok either, the YouTube video put all tiktoks together. ...just want to find justice for Gabby, I was so moved by her sweet smile and carefree spirit, she reminded me a lot of my sister who passed away a few years ago...such a zest for life and carefree...gone too soon. May her soul rest in peace and her family get the justice for her they so deserve.
They were showing gender bias. By not noting in the police report the evidence of physical assault on GP, it would have made it very difficult for her to use the police report in order to obtain an Emergency Order of Protection. I know this because it happened to my daughter. It still infuriates me. JMO
You are absolutely correct. I looked at their Spotify yesterday afternoon and now there is a playlist gone and the main photo has been changed to no photo.
Search warrant for computers found in couple's van highlights 'odd text' Petito's family received
The search warrant issued for computers and hard drives found in Gabby Petito's and Brian Laundrie's van highlights and odd text Petito's family received.
"On August 27th, 2021 the subject's mother, Nichole Schmidt, received an 'odd text' from the subject. The text message read, 'Can you help Stan, I just keep getting his voicemails and missed calls," the document reads.
The document goes on to explain that referring to Stan, Petito's grandfather, by name was unusual behavior for Petito. The exchange led the mother to begin having concerns for Petito's well being.
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