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

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  1. 10ofRods

    10ofRods Verified Anthropologist

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    There were both federal charge and a federal warrant for his arrest. Might be helpful for you to look up one of the timelines for this case, it's a very interesting case. There are two federal charges against him for financial fraud, I believe.

    The media thread has the links - but that thread is long by now, easier just to look at CNN's timeline.
     
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  2. LisaMaries

    LisaMaries New Member

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    I will say that JB Biunno of WFLA just said a while ago on their live feed (today) that Gabbys parents had been trying to reach out to the laundries for sometime. He is also the reporter that had lunch with Nikki Schmidt. I am def interested to find out once and for all how many times the Schmidts and Petitos reached out to the Laundries. That will help me make my final decision on the kind of folks they (the laundries) are.

    https://twitter.com/WFLAJB/status/1447352069309059079?s=20
     
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  3. Roselle65

    Roselle65 Well-Known Member

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    Why were the parents the ones to discover these items? How did they know they would be there?
     
  4. cass523

    cass523 Well-Known Member

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    MEDIA ALERT: #FBITampa will brief the media at 4:30 p.m. concerning today’s developments in the search for Brian Laundrie. The briefing will be held at the entrance to the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park at 6968 Reisterstown Rd. in North Port, Florida.

    https://twitter.com/FBITampa/status/1450912321006678019
     
  5. Keyedin

    Keyedin Verified Paralegal

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  6. tarabull

    tarabull Life is a puzzle.

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    Ah-ha BUSTED!!!
     
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    Even the tiniest piece of human remains can be matched to DNA. They’ve identified people from tiny bone fragments.
     
  8. LaLaw2000

    LaLaw2000 Louisiana

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    Absolutely no chance these are some kind of animal bones?
     
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  9. Jurisprudence

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    Interesting you said this because early on I remember this too - and then after that time, what they said in public was suddenly significantly scaled back. If you recall, after the first or second day into the investigation, even NS stated that she could not even comment or confirm on the last text - which was the "No service in Yosemite" which she had just previously confirmed. IIRC MOO IMO
     
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  10. scorpius

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    What gets me is why drive all the way home?

    I've no problem if they decide to eat lead. Less taxpayer money going to keep a murderer alive.

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  11. Trebor5591

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    I guess the answer would be, in this case anyway, is that Brian did not plan on killing Gabby, it was done in the heat of anger and unplanned. Once he had killed her, the realization of what he did began to pray upon his conscious (showing he wasn't a sociopath) and ultimately he realized he could not escape the consequences of his actions, so he killed himself rather than face those consequences. So his suicide could be viewed as a cowardly act, committed to avoid having to face up to the consequences of killing Gabby (IMO).
     
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  12. Alkali13

    Alkali13 Wannabe Criminalist

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    There is. Hmm.
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  13. ThoughtFox

    ThoughtFox Expecting the Unexpected

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    Well, the remains have been underwater and exposed to alligators and every other kind of scavenger - fish, raccoons, insects, etc. So they may not be readily identified.
     
  14. LaborDayRN

    LaborDayRN In a world where you can be anything, be kind

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    IMO BL is responsible for his own actions.
     
  15. raffielle

    raffielle Well-Known Member

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    everyone seems to wondering why and how the Laundries found BL so quickly, especially after such and extensive search. MOO - maybe they knew he killed himself (they did express they were concerned about suicide must have had a reason) and they knew or had a good idea of where but for whatever reason kept quiet about it. Then the constant media, protestors and harassment got to much for them and they decided to end the search and all that goes with it. Again, just speculating.
     
  16. SMK777

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    That would make them look incompetent. Maybe I’m wrong, IDK.
     
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    There is no evidence to believe the parents are at fault in any way. As far as we know, their lawyer told them not to talk to anyone and that is what they did. We don't know if they knew/know any details about what happened to GP other than BL came home alone in her van. They could have learned from the media that he used her bank card, that she was dead and that the COD was strangulation. We'll probably never find out if they knew more than this.
     
  18. Alkali13

    Alkali13 Wannabe Criminalist

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    Yes, but not with a live PC, they would just issue a statement. MOO.
     
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    Brian himself.
    Next NPPD.
     
  20. Kristin Esq.

    Kristin Esq. Verified Attorney

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    Do you have the same thought when it was determined that this area had been previously under water? Which could be a reason why he wasn't found sooner.
     
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