Found Deceased WY - Gabrielle ‘Gabby’ Petito, 22, Grand Teton National Park, 25 Aug 2021 #61

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  1. CLGM

    CLGM Well-Known Member

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    Question already answered by other folks!
     
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    Bekind89 Well-Known Member

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    Beautifully said.
     
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    When I think of people who are sensitive I think of two different types of people.
    —People who are easily over stimulated by others and by their environment
    —People who feel the things they experience very deeply.

    You could describe someone as sensitive if they reject a certain experience….and yet another person who experiences that same thing but enjoys it deeply could also be described as sensitive. Maybe we are using the term sensitive here to describe different things that have multiple meanings and it results in differing views?
     
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    Lolol!
     
  5. CLGM

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    ^^^^ same!
     
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    I don't use Court Listener, but I do log in to PACER directly. I am showing the exact docket entries as the link you provided, with the last filing being 9/30/21. I would *assume* Court Listener updates automatically each day even if there is no docket entry that day. PACER does not show an updated date on the face of the webpage, but docket entries are entered pretty quickly. MOO

    Source: I use PACER for my job.
    edited for typo
     
  7. Bekind89

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    Gabby forgot to open his granola bar for him that morning. Jmo
     
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    Court Listener updates every day early in the morning. I just checked PACER and the last document is still 9/30/21, so nothing new yet.

    ETA: Court Listener does not contain every document from PACER. PACER is the official government archive of court documents and a fee of 10 cents is charged per page to view documents there. When a PACER user pays to access a document and that PACER user has RECAP installed (I do) that document will show up on Court Listener for others to see for free. But documents do not automatically show up on Court Listener just because they are on PACER.
     
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    We're still on BST (British Summer Time) until the last Saturday/Sunday this month here in the UK.
     
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    Thanks, I must have missed it.
     
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    I don't know, but if (under this speculative scenario) there were signs that BL had removed evidence (like a tent, sleeping bag, and other provisions) after discovering GP dead or disturbed the body or left a stone cross (I've never been clear if there was a second cross, found by searchers/investigators when they arrived at the scene), those could all be evidence that he'd committed involuntary manslaughter by locking her out of the van. If there was evidence she had been circling the van begging to be let back in and those appeals were ignored, that might be evidence of worse.
     
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    I think poster stated "HIS PARENTS" which would suggest BL's. JMOO.
     
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    Brian Laundrie argued in Wyoming restaurant hours before Gabby Petito vanished: eyewitnesses

    This report states that the TikTok witness reports that BL was "arguing aggressively" but that the witness also "couldn't hear" what was being said. The manager originally couldn't remember the incident, the restaurant later confirmed BL and GP were there and the local police deferred calls to the FBI.

    I think all told, we don't really know what happened. The idea has sort of taken off that BL had some sort of crazy public tantrum there, but I don't think we can say that - there is just not enough info. He could have, or he could have pulled an over the top "Karen" style let-me-speak-to-your-manager argument. I wouldn't take as 100% true what a person says on TikTok and in the media, but I am certain the FBI knows what really happened there and if it is pertinent to the case.

    MOO
     
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    This was her biggest fear, inho. Sigh. This is so terribly depressing. Jmo
     
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    From last thread:
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    I don't know what evidentiary value it will have (if the door is ever even determined to have closed at all).

    I have long thought (from the evidence we have seen) that GP died on the 27th, after the Merry Piglets. MOO The reason why I joined the conversation on this video last night was strictly due to narrowing down a small window on the time of her death. While this is speculation, of course, I do think if it can ever established he was in that van alone, hiding as he heard a car approaching, we have more pieces to the time of death question.

    If Gabby was dead prior to the time of the Bethune's video (6 p.m.), this would narrow the window time of death to between 2 pm give or take and 6 p.m. on 8/27/2021.

    LE very likely will not be able to prove it was he and he alone in the van unless LE has some other evidence or unless they are able to elicit in a confession if they ever find him. MOO So in that respect, you're right. They likely won't use it in any proceeding, though it may be useful to their investigation. MOO.

    (Note: if there is a way to quote a response from a closed thread can someone point me in the right direction? Thank you!)
     
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