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    Quote Originally Posted by rockman96 View Post
    The ironic twist here, is that if his parents had refused to help to begin with, him he would probably still be alive.
    Unless his old man killed him in a fit of rage and dumped the body? If the son had a short fuse, he learned it from someone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fetch View Post
    Unless his old man killed him in a fit of rage and dumped the body? If the son had a short fuse, he learned it from someone?
    See my post #53, above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBinNC View Post
    See my post #53, above.

    Jim
    You may have nailed it.

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    Yeah.. There's some wildlife there for sure. Wow..

    And, I guess he was submerged for a time? So there's the normal stuff. Fish. Whatnot.

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    RE: The Video...

    The family attorney is claiming it is no surprise that the parents found Brian's remains the first time out, because they told the police exactly where to look. But they cops couldn't do that, because of flooding.

    His words were to follow a particular trailhead.


    Now, if that's true or not? I dunno? It does seem pretty convenient that they were the ones to find him.

    But that's the claim. They told the cops. Cops were hampered by water. Park opens, and the parents take their own advice. Bammo! They find him.

    ???

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    By the way, speaking of the attorney. I don't think I've ever seen a high profile case like this where the parties involved followed an attorney's advice so closely.

    The parents talked to NOBODY except the cops and the lawyer. Not her parents. Not their daughter. Not the media. Absolutely no one.

    In fact, the attorney said the Laundries called HIM when they found Brian before they called the police.

    Never seen that happen. It is surprising.
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    With Brian Laundrie dead what happened to Gabby Petito will remain a mystery

    An eye for an eye, I'm fairly sure the Petito family didn't want it to play out like this .
    They wanted answers to questions, only Brian's notebook may contain some of those answers ..
    Be a cold day in Hell before the Laundries help them with closure ..
    They have secrets that will be carried to the grave with them ..



    The protesters might as well pack it up and go home, it's over, not going to get any blood from the stone hearted Dirty Laundries ..
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    Steven Bertolino, the lawyer for Chris and Roberta Laundrie, has reportedly said Brian Laundrie will be cremated when the time comes — and without a funeral.

    His parents acknowledged the death of their son in a short and unemotional statement on Thursday, released through their lawyer Mr Bertolino, asking for privacy.

    Mr Bertolino wrote on behalf of the Laundrie’s: “We have no further comment at this time and we ask that you respect the Laundrie’s privacy at this time.”

    The Petito-Schmidt family attorney Rick Stafford said they would not make any statements on the identification of Gabby Petito’s former fiance until they’re “emotionally ready”.


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    It's just a terrible story ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canded View Post
    It's just a terrible story ...
    "Very"

    Brian Laundrie – update: Police deny ‘false reports’ that DNA of remains did not match Gabby Petito fiance

    Police investigating the deaths of Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie have denied “false reports” that the DNA of human remains found in Florida last week did not match the young man’s.

    A medical examiner has confirmed the remains were Mr Laundrie’s, and no DNA analysis has been conducted yet, said North Port Police in a statement posted to Twitter.

    The FBI confirmed Mr Laundrie’s identity through dental records, suggesting he had been dead for a significant period of time before his remains were found. His belongings, which include a notebook and a backpack, were described as “salvageable” and may yet provide further clues.
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    Gabby Petito memorial removed outside Laundrie family home


    North Port city authorities have removed the Gabby Petito memorial outside Brian Laundrie’s home, removed by police .



    A city official removing the Gabby Petito memorial. (Fox News)

    .... The End ....

    Or is it ??
    Sure would like to know what was in Brian's notebook ...
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    Here's a thought for those who believe in the afterlife ...

    Brian's spirit hasn’t crossed over yet, he probably feels afraid of being reprimanded in some way.
    When someone does something really wrong and they die, they usually don’t want to go to the light because they know they’re going to get punished ...



    So he’s clearly not ready.

    (Psychomanteum)
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    ... /// https://youtu.be/gb8AGuD2uOI \\\ ...
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