Found Deceased WY - Gabrielle ‘Gabby’ Petito, 22, Grand Teton National Park, 25 Aug 2021 #62

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  1. PrairieWind

    PrairieWind Verified Attorney

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    Um, I hate to say this, but the Palm Beach County State Attorney is wrong about this. Speedy trial clock doesn't start to tick when charges are filed. It starts to tick when the defendant is arraigned.
     


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    Charged with ensuring “that the laws be faithfully executed,” the 93 United States Attorneys work to enforce federal laws throughout the country.
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    Keyedin Verified Paralegal

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  4. FLmom777

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    His sentence as well as all sentenced to death were changed to life when California revoked the death penalty.
     
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    crickets
     
  6. GDawg89

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    I pray his DNA was under her fingernails and the public is not privy at this juncture. Need help here, if this was the case, would FBI now issue him as a murder suspect based on DNA?
     
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    I'm not quite sure what you're saying, forgive me! Are you saying "manual strangulation" isn't something he asserted? Or are you saying it's off the table as in resolved?

    I ask because the autopsy report says it's "manual strangulation/throttling." He may not have wanted to go into details in the press conference, but he did detail the specific method in the report. You might be saying this too, I just wasn't sure.
     
  9. SuperTmo

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    There was no plausible deniability in the Travis Alexander murder case, but we all sat here and watched with our mouths hanging open while she did what she did on the stand…. Never underestimate how vindictive someone is.
     
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    The problem I have with John Walsh and Dog is what they've said on camera about Brian.

    Because of these comments I now feel they're just trying to stay relevant. Maybe not so much JW but definitely Dog.
     
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    Didn't the ME say she was out there 3-4 weeks before they found her?
     
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    Obviously, there is no winning here. Release a statement, be vilified. Don't release a statement, be vilified.
     
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  13. ThoughtFox

    ThoughtFox Expecting the Unexpected

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    Thanks for posting those pictures. I believe he had a pattern of grabbing her by the throat. While anyone might touch someone's throat with affection, he clearly did it with aggression and to show dominance, such as in Moab. It shows a pattern of disturbing behavior which culminated in Gabby being throttled to death in Wyoming, JMOO.
     
  14. Bertha96

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    IF he is found deceased, will they release more details of the investigation? Or will everything remain forever sealed/out of the public eye?
    If they have enough evidence that BL was the perpetrator (if he is found deceased) would they close the case? At the moment I can't think of a similar case with those circumstances and the result of said case. IMO.
     
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    Manual Strangulation-throttling is on the printed official report.
    Perhaps he forgot to mention it.
    It was remiss of him, I think.
    Here you go.
    It had been FOI'd.
    He would have known it was out there.
    He signed off on it himself.
    https://twitter.com/BrianEntin/status/1448030680047304712/photo/1
     
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    Being prepared to hand over an atty card the day after she was reported missing, and as soon as LE makes contact with them is IMO definitely from "the get-go."

    I might be misunderstanding you, but are you saying that (assuming they knew nothing) when they heard Gabby was missing, it was smart and understandable for them to not respond to the family, and to get "professional advice?"

    I'm having a hard time picturing an innocent person clamming up and getting an atty just because they're being asked about a missing person. IMO
    MOO
    Again, sorry if I'm misunderstanding.
     
  17. Jmoose

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    Those people couldn’t care less about Gabby. To them, she is merely the creature who brought all of this trouble down on them. IMO
     
  18. GDawg89

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    I pray his DNA was under her fingernails and the public is not privy at this juncture. Need help here, if this was the case, would FBI now issue him as a murder suspect based on DNA?
    I can go along with ths for sure, this is likely based on all reported information.
     
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    We do not know who's blood it is, or how it got there. Possibly from an animal disturbing her body, possibly from wounds he gave her, or defensive wounds she inflicted on him. Or something the FBI thought suspicious, but is nothing. I also wondered about that.
     
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  20. CharlestonGal

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    Aronberg is not one of the 93 US Attorneys. He's a state attorney in FL.

    "As State Attorney, Aronberg leads a team of 120 prosecutors and 220 professional staff in five offices throughout Palm Beach County."

    State Attorney Biography
     
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