Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by PommyMommy, Sep 12, 2021.
Possibly because she doesn't like to drive the van? As she stated before.
1/2 Here is our full Gabby Petito report from tonight.
Latest on police investigation and body cam video.
Interview with Gabby’s Godmother and why she doesn’t think last texts to Gabby’s mom were actually from Gabby.
And a new interview tonight with the North Port Police Chief.
I haven't had a chance to watch the whole 75-minute video yet, but just curious... do the officers make the mistake of actually telling Brian what Gabby said after he asks?
Because if so, that's failing basic Interrogation 101, in my opinion. They are separated specifically so that the police can get separate stories.
Secondarily, I wouldn't swear the officer was telling the truth about his "toxic ex-wife"; because we know that cops can lie to interviewees as per the Supreme Court, and several Hollywood movies in the interim have taught me that this sometimes extends to fictional (at minimum) officers making up similarities in family members, hobbies, etc. they don't have, precisely in an effort to faux-bond with the questionee and get some information to slip out of them.
There would be a video from them entering, but there really aren't security cameras in any of the buildings
Yea, that's coming. I think they needed to retain one quickly. Now the game has changed.
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2/2 Police Chief says he knows where Brian Laundrie is tonight – but would not elaborate.
“I truly believe he has the answers we are looking for.”
Gabby Petito disappearance: Protesters carry signs to home of Brian Laundrie urging him to speak with police
Protesters gathered on Thursday at the Florida home of Brian Laundrie, who has retained a lawyer and refused to cooperate with authorities after Gabby Petito disappeared on the couple's cross-country road trip late last month, according to police.
Other protesters chanted outside the home, "Where's Gabby?"
Another protest is being planned at the home, which belongs to Laundrie's parents, on Friday evening.
Do we know she hasn’t?
"Brian needs to talk now, and by now he needs to talk yesterday and by yesterday I mean he should have talked September 1st."
The godmother of #GabbyPetito on Brian's silence.
Gabby Petito disappearance: ‘Where is she?’ message pops up on North Port stop sign as family pushes for answers | WFLA
As the search for 22-year-old North Port woman Gabby Petito continues, neighbors are asking the ultimate question with a stop sign: “Where is she?”
A stop sign was placed near the neighborhood of Petito’s fiancé, Brian Laundrie – who lives in North Port with his family, on Thursday. It has since been removed.
That's what the article said.
Would a VPN - which is commonplace in digital nomad/ van life circles - throw any of that off balance?
I know this is NY Post, not the most reliable, but still interesting, if true :
Lawyer for Gabby Petito boyfriend does not rule out link to double homicide
Lawyer for Gabby Petito boyfriend does not rule out link to double homicide
September 16, 2021 8:48pm
The lawyer for the tight-lipped boyfriend of missing Long Island native Gabby Petito issued an unexpected statement Thursday evening about a possible link between her disappearance and a Utah double murder in August.
Utah cops are not “ruling out” the possibility that the shooting of a newlywed couple at a campground outside Moab could be related to Petito’s disappearance.
One of the murder victims, Kylen Schulte, 24, worked at a community cooperative where a witness saw a domestic dispute between Petito, 22, and her boyfriend, Brian Laundrie, 23, on Aug. 12.
“Law enforcement has to follow protocol and all leads that they get,” Laundrie’s attorney Steven Bertolino said, according to Fox News. “Whether or not these two cases deserve to be linked will be determined at some point in the future.”
Schulte and wife Crystal Turner, 38, went missing after going to a Moab bar on Aug. 13, where they complained to friends about a “creepy guy” near where they were camping, officials have said.
Video How law enforcement may approach Gabby Petito case
Forgive me if this was previously mentioned; I’ve tried to keep up but could have missed it. This is all MOO, IMO, JMO:
I find the bodycam footage from 14:25 to 14:44 to be very interesting and confusing.
“She got a little worked up and she had her phone in her hands and her keys and everything — no not her keys, her rings — she had her rings, her phone, and I was holding on to the keys because I didn’t want her to go anywhere. My big fear is I don’t have my phone and I don’t really, I don’t have a phone, so if she goes off without me I’m on my own.”
1- Did he just mean his phone was in the car so if she drove off he wouldn’t have it? Because at 55:24 he takes his phone out of his pocket….so I assume he couldn’t have meant he didn’t *have* a phone…?
2- The keys/rings confusion made me do a second take. Could that story be a little backwards, and he was sort-of projecting *her* fear that he would leave her stranded (as the other police record states that she was afraid he would leave without her) and twisting that, gaslighting in a way, as if that was his fear, instead? Perhaps she did have the keys first and he grabbed them from her and threatened to leave which caused her to start freaking out, and she was hitting him to get them back, and he loudly started telling her to calm down and that she was being ridiculous (manipulation tactic?)….because didn’t she say also to the officer that she was scared of driving the vehicle? So why would he be afraid she’d leave without him, if she was afraid of driving? I didn’t get a good vibe off of this.
I just find that fishy, and am just trying to make sense of that language, because it immediately seemed deflective/defensive to me (MOO), and upon further review still feels a little ‘off’ when I continue to listen back. As well as him acting like he’s all “in control” and she’s freaking out. Sometimes people do that to gaslight. Especially in front of witnesses, and he did say he was loudly saying “calm down people are looking” etc and it just made me think maybe he instigated the physicality by taking the keys from her, then tried to downplay her fear causing her emotional distress, then twisted the story with the cops .
BUT, in his defense, maybe he was just worked up in the moment and got his words mixed up and it really did happen that way. Talking to police can be scary especially in that type of situation and I’m sure nerves were high. And even IF that scenario was that she had the keys initially and he took them from her (hence the confusion in his story), it could have been that she was threatening to leave him and he was genuinely fearful of that. Who knows.
Did anyone else notice that, or is it all a reach?
Another simple note: At 49:51, was the officer indicating that she was on the phone with her parents? So perhaps they knew about this DV incident on 8/12 prior to the disappearance? I had assumed they found out when it all came out publicly. But maybe they did know in advance, and maybe his parents did, too. Unsure if that could play any role, but I somehow made myself believe that this was news to them, too, (of course the footage is new to everyone, but they could have known before that there was trouble in paradise). Still, GP’s mom indicated that she didn’t want people to take that event too seriously (I think from press conference, can’t find previous link in thread about GP mom downplaying that as just a simple argument when they got on each other’s nerves).
Just MOO and ideas about those clips.
Brian Laundrie's sister speaks about Gabby Petito disappearance
A brief clip of the interview was played by the network Thursday evening, and the full remarks will be broadcast Friday morning on “Good Morning America.”
The problem with this theory is that Schulte and Beck were seen alive the night of the 13th and were likely murdered late the night of the 13th or early on the 14th before they failed to show up for work. At that time Laundrie and Petito were back together and 25 miles or so north in the Arches
“Protesters carried signs, such as, "TRUTH ALWAYS COMES OUT! #Justiceforgabby," "North Port Loves Gabby," and "WOULD SHE BRING YOU HOME?"
Pretty confrontational. Hope it works!