Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by PommyMommy, Sep 12, 2021.
yeah I watched that too. Still didn't see it.
Same, I watched it multiple times, including in super slow-mo with markers showing me where to look and STILL didn't see anything lol. That said, I rarely see what others in these threads and SM do.
I served on a murder jury once too. Fortunately it wasn't as bad as your experience. And the defendant certainly seemed to be guilty to me based on the evidence presented. But when the "jury deliberation" phase starts with a juror saying (actually he was the foreman and there was some bullying there) "We all know he must have done it or else the police would not have arrested him" you gotta worry.
If BL goes to trial, I hope he gets a fair shake.
IF Brian knew what happened and didn't think or was under the impression that Gabby left with someone else or others, it makes sense that he wouldn't have a clue to contact authorities.
Someone sent a text to mom on the 30th. That same someone could have texted a story to Brian, too. We just don't know. If Brian did know, (which WE don't know) it is very hard to justify his actions. Very hard. Too many unknowns. MOO!!!
But the text was talking about Stan. Gabby would not have called her grandpa that. I bet BL would though.
My point is they aren't worried about suspicion because they knew she was dead and was hoping she wouldn't be found. Telling where he parked the van that weekend would bring about that outcome. So, any suspicion they avoided would return as a tidal wave then.
I think the problem here is people are saying 'aha, if they had spoken up, people wouldn't think they were guilty. So since they haven't spoke up, then they are guilty." and I am skipping the first part and just saying that they are guilty and giving a reason why, being guilty, they wouldn't have spoken up. And people are confusing that as me saying they aren't guilty.
If they wouldn't have arrested him for it under normal circumstances, imo, they shouldn't be able to use it as a "technique" to get a warrant. And I don't think that just in this case. jmo
I just found the video that was enhanced, It is in thread 17, post #42
yes I apologize
I deleted that post after realizing I misunderstood what I was replying to
it was my mistake
I rarely do, either, and I didn't see the van door closing until one specific video with good close-up zoom. It was unmistakable then. Does anyone have that link?
Edit: Thanks @khaki !
Thank you I'm not too good with words around here and honestly don't have a great attention span so my posts are always quick n short
I could maybe buy that if it weren't for the fake texts. That seals the deal for me that Brian knew she was dead.
I know this is dumb to say and it's been said before but if he's in the house I wouldn't be surprised lol.
If this person has free time, he/she ought to enhance the Laundrie garden bed video. MOO
Yeah! Quiet Riot!
Hmm...same way BL was in Moab.
Yep totally! To throw off the search for any missing body.
The only thing is, they both were so apologetic to the Moab police officers who pulled them over. And GP said that BL was upset that their fight at Moab was so public. I don't know if I'd theorize he was mad at her for apologizing and took things to the next level because if it, because they seem like apologetic types of people. There was obviously a lot going on between them--too many things.
Thank you! I see it, FINALLY!!!
You only need to follow the Innocence Project to know that innocent people do get convicted and sent to jail. IMO if the evidence points to blunt force trauma and you are the boyfriend who just had a DV incident it is not farfetched to think investigators might have some tunnel vision. MOO
Yes, massively more data: the actual content of text messages, potentially precise and continuous location data without having to go through the data providers and fishing for tower locations, a complete record of calls sent and received, usually a google search history eg "how to get away with murder", "how to kill your girlfriend", etc. Photos and video not posted online, and other data depending on the person's apps eg in one actual case, a diary of the murderous partner's thoughts about the ups and downs of the relationship, in another case, a fitness app that revealed the time of death and the victim's heart rate and movements prior to their death.
And from my experience, she was a victim of domestic violence that was going to apologize for her abuser and blame herself. I don't see her in that video as being a domineering woman. He just calmly says "she's crazy". That''s not apologizing on his part.