Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by PommyMommy, Sep 12, 2021.
Or maybe in the video she was trying to answer questions in a way that wouldn’t get him arrested.
We don’t know that it’s FBI. Given the circumstances it would make the most sense for police to go there in an unmarked vehicle to minimize exposure and chaos.
Unless one is from out of state and doesn't know all that.
That's a mob and this is not the way...
I'd like to see if anything processed from the home but it kinda puts me off to see these people too.. So i don't think i'll make it through watching the live streams on that.
Not clear if it's police or FBI....seeing either from different reporters.
Police still inside Brian Laundrie's house. Two officers went in. Not sure if its FBI or local. Crowd growing outside the house.
I wonder if BL feels like "horseflies" are landing on him now.
Whether we know it or not, we have a very unique and privileged degree of freedom in this country. People often can debate and obscure that argument towards some other ancillary points, usually referencing all sorts of postmodernist babble, but the reality is, the majority of our freedoms are found in our legal system. Our 4th Amendment rights, which basically protect us from unauthorized searches/seizures, 5th Amendment rights, that prevents us from 'answering' to a crime; perhaps most of all, the 6th, trial by jury....these are like, really radical things that I don't think many people contemplate or appreciate; through no fault of their own, mind you - but it's simply because it's the 'norm' for us. Point being, all of these people on the property screaming at the house, well, they too have rights, and so in as to discuss it, they have the right to free speech, on that public street. To be fair, they probably don't have the right to be on their lawn. But part of our legal system is also the ability to press charges, if desired. We can pick our civil battles. All of these things CAN result in side-effects - obnoxious hecklers, shaming, people looking guilty for getting counsel, etc. But, it's just America doing what it does.
Someone on the live feed said FBI. It was audible. Of course, that could be wrong.
Briana Fernandez @BrianaFernNews 58s
#BREAKING: Police have entered #BrianLaundrie home in North Port. #GabbyPetito #GabbyPetitoMissing Our reporter @MeganMyersNews is on scene right now!
This is the only way when you don't come out and talk to LE and you have to call LE yourself
Wow. What that must have been like for him.
i think they have a search warrant which is why its taking so long, a arrest wouldnt take this long
Patricia McKnight @Pmcknightnews 1m
Protestors are lined up outside Brian Laundrie’s home. Three detectives were seen entering the residence about 20 minutes ago. #GabbyPetito #GabbyPetitoMissing #WhereIsGabby
WATCH- Video of investigators entering Brian Laundrie’s home.
-Richard Nascimento @NBC2 @ABC7SWFL
The vast majority of them are not helpful,” he admitted. “But it’s those nuggets, those little pieces in there that might be somebody who – obviously that vehicle drove a couple thousand miles to get back here to North Port. It didn’t do that on one tank of gas.”
Taylor was also asked on Friday about any potential on-the-ground grid searches out west, specifically in Teton County, Wyoming. Petito’s last known location was Grand Teton National Park, according to authorities.
“Certainly, the North Port Police Department is not going out there to do a ground search, that just doesn’t make any sense,” Taylor said. “Working with folks, I can’t even necessarily confirm what those authorities there are doing. We’re working closely with the FBI out of Tampa and they’re collaboratively working with the FBI out of the Denver area so that may or may not be happening.”
Laundrie, now a person of interest, returned home alone with the van the couple had been traveling with on Sept. 1 and has retained a lawyer, according to police. Petito’s family publicly called on Laundrie’s family this week to release any information they may have on Gabby Petito’s location.
“They’re being tortured right now by the potential of somebody having information and not relaying it,” Taylor said. “It’s just terrible. And speaking with him, you get a sense of what a man is going through looking for answers”
Gabby Petito disappearance: Police don’t have missing woman’s phone, have received 1K+ tips | NBC4 WCMH-TV
I hope they’ve found Gabby and are arresting him now.
I agree. They're likely gone. The father may be there alone just to watch the house.