Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by PommyMommy, Sep 12, 2021.
That or they are gearing up to blame Gabby for everything, a la Chris Watts.
So, the girl is missing. The guy never reported her missing. And they are taking his "word" that she is in the Tetons?
Well, Gabby's girlfriend said she had plans to meet Gabby at Yosemite. HOWEVER, that's just according to what written in the NY Post and, according to other posts, here, other media says Yellowstone. The girlfriend saying Yosemite and Gabby's mother saying Yosemite kind of makes it sound like it's Yosemite. That said, Yellowstone makes more sense because it was close to where G&B were. We have no way of knowing, anyway, so are stuck waiting on the release of cell phone data. I hope it's coming soon.
Yes!! Even Lauren is posting about Gabby.
Going back to that van: were it abandoned, the proximity of the van would be the first place (or one of the very first) areas LE would search for G. Maybe he didn't want that, if, say, he had some kind of evidence to hide in that area. Taking the vehicle to FLA., however, and refusing to answer questions, puts LE in the position of not being able to narrow down where to start grid searches.
He's not the only one that blames her for his "dangerous, illegal driving." @timestamp 50.20, the female cop states that Gabby said she was distracting him by hitting him, and that it was her fault he swerved."
It is odd. It’s the action someone takes when they feel someone is worthless. Or at the least they want the other person to feel worthless. It shows a lot of antipathy. Not a happy couple.
it sure is! Thanks for the laugh!
If that’s the case, then his lawyer is very bad at his job. JMO
It’s making Australian news too! Missing 22-year-old missed meet-up with close friend
So why wouldn’t he share that with the police through his attorney? It makes no sense. He didn’t rush to his parents for comfort and security… he went home to where he and Gabby lived. If he was terrified of something that happened, he would be telling the cops. Besides, he doesn’t seem to be at his parents’ house anymore.
Several posts have been removed for discussing whether Gabby is a victim. By WS standards, at this time Gabby is missing and nothing has been released by LE to state it is by her own choosing. Unless LE were to state otherwise, WS will treat her as a victim for having gone missing without it being an act of her own free will.
Hope that helps clear this up.
“I think people who were in the area, in the Tetons from say the 25th to the 30th, they are going to go back and search their minds, search their videos and they will be looking at their pictures to see if there is anything there that helps them,” said Bertram.
The FBI said no piece of information is too small or inconsequential. They’re asking anyone with pictures, video or information about Gabby to let them know.
Authorities are asking anyone with information about the case to contact the FBI's tip line at 1-800-CALLFBI(225-5324).
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Just to clarify in case there is any confusion or misunderstanding, all missing persons are considered the victim at Websleuths. People do not have to be deceased to be considered a victim.
I keep seeing posts on him having left. Do you know where this was reported?
Tiff always beats me to the draw
BL: "I hope she didn't make up anything about me."
I see nothing about any marks on Gabby in the police report, nor did I hear it in the police video. I just rechecked the police report.
Oh right, the police chief did say it was the FBI that asked the family no to share more about the relationship. That is a more accurate account of the communication between the family and law enforcement in the investigative phase. If I were to speculate on why they asked the family to not speak more of the relationship it would be because they are building a case against the young man.
From a public facing view, it is very clear to me that there is more to the story than is being said. I am sure that is probably true in just about every public reported event, but for some reason I have a sense that what is not being said is much more relevant than what is being said. I guess that is what is driving me to want to talk about these events out loud!
It definitely seems like both parties are tiptoeing around something, and its rather disturbing. I can only imagine that while the focus is on finding Gabby, there may be something else connected to finding her that runs deeper than either family and perhaps Brian can imagine.