Found Deceased WY - Gabrielle ‘Gabby’ Petito, 22, Grand Teton National Park, 25 Aug 2021 #74

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  1. Bekind89

    Bekind89 Well-Known Member

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    My idea of hell.
     
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    You can watch it live on their website. NewsNation Streaming Live
     
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    dacjess Where is Summer

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    Thank you, I had not seen this.
     
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    Alkali13 Wannabe Criminalist

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    These are all good points. I completely forgot about the ticket on the car.

    So nothing about that week seems abnormal to me personally. He didn't come home, they reported it. They bring the car home because it was going to be towed.

    Since the beginning, I've thought there was a gun missing from the car. LE went to check the car for something that Friday night without gloves. They checked places that someone could have stored a gun. Either the Laundries discovered it was missing and were legitimately concerned he did/would kill himself, or LE asked them if he had any weapons and it was discovered the gun was missing. I think they concentrated so hard on the park to search because they suspected he was there, likely dead.

    MOO.
     
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    Gunshot is most efficient, too. HOPE they are looking for a gun with a metal detector. If they have found his skull and no evidence of gunshot, Ill get off that jag! jmo
     
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    I didn't take it that way at all, and I'm not sure how you've drawn that conclusion when the statement about him easily being p*ssed off and doing yoga are not even in the same sentence, or paragraph, or related to each other.

    MOO
     
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    I agree. It’s weird IMO that they had dive teams and swamp tanks or whatever on hand during the search but didn’t find anything where the laundries told them to look until the day after the reserve opened. But also IMO that helps the Laundries case more than it makes them look suspicious because it means they were right all along. Perhaps it was the “training” LE wanted to do...that’s a joke btw.
     
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    Why would you even go to that place in good times? How could it be enjoyable with snakes, alligators and bugs!! Maybe visit in a helicopter, but hike....
    I live in the piney woods and I don't even like to walk to my car after dark. I admire your sense of adventure.
     
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    Animal and insect activity.
    From How Stuff Works - Maggots can consume up to 60 percent of a human body in seven days.
     
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    This is interesting in light of that.

    ‘Highly suspicious:’ How cadaver dogs missed skeletal remains while searching for Brian Laundrie at Florida reserve | WFLA
     
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    They might not have told CL very much, if anything, because they know her personality. She has been pretty vocal during at least part of the last month and a half and they may have thought she would say some thing she shouldn’t. Perhaps they were trying to protect her but my money is on not telling her so she couldn’t talk.

    MOO
     
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    The gun is all fake news, people making up stuff.
     
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    I would bet money on an overdose of antianxiety medication. Jmo
     
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    Agreed, mosquitos and bees adore ME, so it's like my nightmare, lol.
     
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    putnam6 Same as it ever was...

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    thanks, you answered my question. So just because he is skeletal he could have just been there 7 days or more,though Id bet there is other evidence he has been there longer

    from your link

    Rapid skeletonization of remains may occur in bodies of water in tropical areas due to water temperature and carnivorous fish species. This individual reportedly went missing only a few days prior to recovery.
     
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    I am thinking overdose may have been the method he chose.
     
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    If LE drops any ongoing charges for Brian, will those 911 redacted be UNredacted (not sure thats a word)?
     
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    She bothers me!! First time I had seen her was yesterday and I didn't like her reporting technique at all.
     
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    How would they be so sure the remains were most likely brian if they were skeletal? I would think they would actually need the DNA for that. I get you can guess based on bone structure, but a positive ID (unless a skull with dental match up) seems pretty unlikely this quick other than it was in the vicinity of the backpack
     
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