Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by PommyMommy, Sep 12, 2021.
We have.3 airports
Closest is Punta.Gorda
CALLING IN THE CAVALRY: More agencies 'lock arms' with Florida authorities to comb through dense reserve by land and by air in pursuit of Brian Laundrie foxnews.com/live-news/bria…
Thanks, but this only covers the 10th that I already mentioned, this is where I got the 10th from
Criminal Defense Attorney Seth Hyman 37 N Orange Avenue
SEP 1: BL returns home to FL alone according to his parents, (retains an attorney we don’t know when) & is uncooperative with the investigation
Gabbys Van enters at 10:26am Sept 1.
We've seen people in these forums take the bolded to mean that BL and his parents were not responding to calls from GP's parents on Sept. 1. I haven't been able to find any indication that this happened, until Sept. 10. This IS mentioned (below) in the timeline - but there is some confusion the way SEP 1 is written. To the best of anyone's knowledge there wasn't an investigation to be uncooperative about until Sept. 11 (though his family did retain an attorney before that).
SEP 10:: Gabby’s mother texted BL and his mother, RL, trying to get in touch with Gabby, but neither replied. The family alerted the National Park Service.
Yep. I think he really meant it too and not just something to say to make himself look better.
Yes, that's the exact feeling I got from all of this as well. His social media page shows him inside his own head alot. Introvert. With Rose stating how Gabby went home and slapped him after the ID incident, him being hit sounds like a regular occurrence. Gabby came off as someone who swings when she gets emotional. That's two incidents we heard now of Gabby swinging at him for this reason.
They seemed to be at the point where they were nitpicking at each other. With Gabby it was his confidence in her ability to create Nomadik Statik, and his overall messiness (sandy feet in van etc). With Brian, it appeared to be Gabby complaining alot (about how long they took at the coffee shop, her OCD, the anxious vibe she gave off and most likely her willingness to hit him. Both of their complaints can take it's toll on the other, being trapped together like that... and it came to a head in Moab.
Agree with this also. They had to have her father uber eats them IIRC. When you're broke, not only does it add a mountain of stress to an already stressful situation, but any extra charge can cause an incident much bigger than your average person who doesn't struggle with money can understand. Especially if the money is refused to be returned (which I don't know if we know the details of that yet?).
That's what I saw the hitchhiking as as well.. I thought they must have got into it again, whether Gabby started swinging or not we don't know, but Brian left for a while and then came back thinking things had cooled down when they probably hadn't. Possible Gabby got even more mad that he left her there alone with a van she can't drive. Or he accidentally took the keys? Purposely took the keys? Can't say yet. I think you're on the right track though.
There's so many differences between the two cases it's sad that people are trying to compare them. It's only because they somewhat look alike to a certain degree, and they both had a GF who was killed. The similarities end there.
It is amazing. And yes the first time I’ve posted is about cookies
This is a federal crime and federal law has no such provision - so yes, they could be charged. I don't think the FBI has taken any action against the Laundries yet - as there is no arrest warrant - yet.
But FL law does not apply to a federal crime. And there's a reason for the saying "Let's not make a federal case out of it," because federal cases are very different and penalties often more extensive than state level crime. The Laundries may think they are immune due to FL law, but @Alathea (a verified attorney who has posted in the past 24 hours on this topic) says that if it's a federal crime - FL's laws don't apply.
It's a federal crime because it happened on federal land, as far as we know right now. The body hiding certainly was on federal land, although the feds will make sure everything is surveyed properly to make sure of that. It looks to be well within the Bridger-Teton National Forest.
The Utah city where Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie were involved in a domestic dispute is now investigating how it handled the dispute. The city said it has received praise and criticism for how police handled the call.
It certainly is a valid question , MOO. There have been far worse cases without this kind of effort. What about that double murder in Moab? Whoever did that is running loose and may well be a huge danger to others, far more than BL even if he did kill Gabby.
It’s the public pressure and spotlight driving this effort and truly, every resource being used on this means something else is not being done
I too remember that. I remember it being less stickers before 8/27 and stickers added by the time van was back in FL on 9/1.
Jose Baez’ office is there! I’ve been saying I bet he shows up during this drama! IMO
Maybe they’re getting the cookies to go with the milk.
I agree with this 100%. Also, where is she going to go have a sonogram done in the middle of a several months-long road trip? And why would she put the picture on a log on the ground? it makes no sense. it's just disrespectful.
If it hasn't been said already....I figured the Laundries would consult with Jose Baez.
So one individual watched the initial vlogger's YT, saw rubbish on the road, and called it a sonogram. Pretty pathetic journalism... MOO
Not sure what difference it would make at this point anyway.