Found Deceased WY - Gabrielle ‘Gabby’ Petito, 22, Grand Teton National Park, 25 Aug 2021 #71

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  1. sds71

    sds71 Well-Known Member

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    @FBITampa

    UPDATE: Items of interest were located at the Carlton Reserve this morning in connection with the search for Brian Laundrie. An #FBI Evidence Response team is processing the scene. The reserve is closed to the public and no further details are available at this time.
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  2. Claire182

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    I’m finding it weird too. I’m not believing it’s him until we get confirmation. It’s probably him but I’m holding out until it’s certain. MOO
     
  3. ThoughtFox

    ThoughtFox Expecting the Unexpected

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    Very good questions! I'm puzzled too. He was found so close to the parking lot. No one expected that! (IF it is him, that it).
     
  4. SaucyWalker

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    Well, if he'd shot himself, which may have been the case if this is actually BL, his body would still be available for animals to dismember.
     
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    Wow! I'm speechless. MOO
     
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    FBI Tampa

    https://twitter.com/danichurtado_/status/1450887332643708935?s=21
    UPDATE: Items of interest were located at the Carlton Reserve this morning in connection with the search for Brian Laundrie. An #FBI Evidence Response team is processing the scene. The reserve is closed to the public and no further details are available at this time. @FBIDenver
     
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    I believed that from the beginning. I think the thought of prison combined with guilt and grief made his life not worth living.
     
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    Someone mentioned many threads back a theory of B L committing suicide in the water at the reserve. He weights a backpack down with heavy items submerges himself into the water and using a firearm kills himself. Body sinks. Gators come. MOO
     
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    Why did they tag FBI Denver?
     
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    No no charges, especially if the FBI finds that BL was the one and only suspect and there's provable evidence that he was the killer of Gabby. Can't charge a dead person if this indeed BL at the Reserve.
     
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    Where has it been reported that it is partial human remains? Thanks.
     
  12. Bertha96

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    Or did someone else find him and kill him?
    If they had cadaver dogs searching during the previous searches, they can easily pick up the scent underwater. There was a case close to me where a cadaver dog found a body part that was submerged in a deep lake. So he might not have been there. Remains can be dumped. IMO.
     
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    In my opinion his parents have always known exactly where to look for him. Interesting, isn’t it, that they didn’t find him when ChLwas with the authorities recently?
     
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    I’m with you! Without a body that’s proven to be his I wouldn’t ever presume him dead as it looked equally like an intentional plant to have the Mustang there so eventually LE would presume him dead. I have ZERO trust in anything from the Laundries or local LE. One is completely untrustworthy, the other seemingly incompetent. Just IMO as always. There shouldn’t have been an opportunity for a dead suspect here.
     
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    Because they decided to protect themselves and the investigation, and keep their mouths completely shut to everyone per their attorney’s advice. Instead of being human beings and expressing common sense thoughts and responding to Gabby’s family.
     
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    well Gabby's dad was right he was just a coward
     
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    We don’t know yet what they found. Appears it’s his stuff. That LE was so persistent and went through such miserable conditions searching for him in there makes me believe that they found signs that BL was in there. They just couldn’t not find him.

    LE might have found the items in there and had Laundries verify that they were BL’s. Maybe LE will announce how this all went down. For now, we just know bare facts.
    I doubt the Laundries hsve anything in criminal charges because they have been working very much in step with an attorney. That’s why it’s smart to consult with someone who knows the law when you get mixed up in such affairs.
    Civil suits, a whole other story. MOO, Tm they are gonna happen but if SB a good, savvy lawyer, he’ll have managed to minimize damages.
     
  20. TheTruthWillOut

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    Granted, but LE only stopped the search ~36 hours? ago and doubt the water went from flooded to receded enough to find "articles" and human remains.

    I would've thought in areas underwater a month ago they would be re-searched as they receded? I think JB mentioned on the stream it hadn't rained in the area for 2 weeks so a lot of the water had receded.
     
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