Found Deceased WY - Gabrielle ‘Gabby’ Petito, 22, Grand Teton National Park, 25 Aug 2021 #32

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  1. Di Whatsherface

    Di Whatsherface Well-Known Member

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    That's very interesting. When my mom broke her back last December, she handed me all her cards and PINs and had me get groceries or whatever she needed. After that I switched to Instacart and GrubHub, etc.
     


  2. rosesfromangels

    rosesfromangels Amateur speculations and opinion only

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    Snipped for focused reply...
    Or paid someone to secret him off somewhere via fishing boat, or?

    Amateur opinion and speculation
     
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  3. orchidaceaes

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    Based on the Benton, IL purchases I think that BL would've taken the I-80/I-75 route back to Florida. It's the first option on Google Maps and if someone just wants to get out of Dodge, it's probably the quickest. It goes just north of Benton. Of course, he could've modified this route. Excuse my scribbling and note that the construction markers most likely will be inaccurate for an 8/30/2021 trip.
     

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  4. Soliloquy

    Soliloquy Well-Known Member

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    I agree with this. Authorized use has to come from the issuing bank, not word of mouth from the cardholder. I know it happens all of the time, but allowing someone else to use your debit card doesn't constitute authorized use, unless you have contacted your issuing bank and formally requested that someone be added to your account, in which case the bank will most likely issue a separate card for that person, with their own PIN.
     
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  5. customCF

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    That is what would cause her to be found at some point. Very distinct smell.
     
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  6. Joe Wilson

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    What if…and this is unlikely but I wanted to throw this out there. The cards used were both Gabby and maybe Gabby’s parents let them use on of here and BL had access to that too. Or…even less likely it was Brian’s parents card and they helped file the charges against BL for illegal use.
     
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  7. Mike in WNY

    Mike in WNY Well-Known Member

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    PingTheRouter Ghetto Superstar

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    nbc ny new video

     
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  9. ZoriahNZ

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    Yeah, I'm pretty sure they know. Not releasing a detail to the public is very different than not establishing something. They are more than likely withholding it on purpose so as not to jeopardise their investigation. They want to be able to compare what the suspect tells them versus the facts they have discovered.That is what they often do in murder cases, keeping certain details under wraps until trial. No doubt they will make those facts public at the appropriate time. In front of a jury, for example.
     
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  10. blueberryjam

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    Ok im just going to stop this debate. My original comment was a reply to a comment that in their opinion the credit card was damning enough for murder. Just going in circles at this point. I thank you for you replies and clarification, but at this point we agree so no need to clog up the forum any further
     
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  11. JayWill

    JayWill On Time Out

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    That does not matter. Once it is in her bank account, he has no authority to use her card.
     
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  12. makayla

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    I’m a senior too ;) I looked up Depop on Google and it’s a fashion website to buy and sell clothing. Whenever I see something new that I'm not familiar with I rely on Google.
     
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    Me too! But from bama
     
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    The statement i read said $1k or more. I wonder if BL got that truck bed camper with Gabby's money? Then stuff to hide himself somewhere
     
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  15. SuperTmo

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    They can’t find him guilty of murdering her just because he used her card. That is why this is a bank fraud charge and not a murder charge. If they can demonstrate that any consent she gave for use of her account ended at the time of her death, which is common sense, he would need to be found guilty. If he is charged with murder they will have far more evidence than he used her bank card.
     
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    I have to keep reminding myself that the FBI/police wouldn’t be searching the reserve so fully unless they had something concrete to go off, but is anyone else concerned that he has fled the state or even country?
     
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    True, but wouldn't people protect their pooches by not letting them run free and be bear-bait?
     
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    In that pic he looks a little like a "young Tommy Lee Jones". That's what popped into my head.
     
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  20. Selah84

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    Oh, I use my moms pin often, and she uses mine. Lots of people share them, but technically its not allowed and I think that the FBI is just using a charge they know won't be thrown out so they can have a warrant on him to bring him in. JB said a similar thing yesterday on his stream.

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