The Federal Government Slams Brian Laundrie’s Family For Not Indicting Him
Since Gabby Petito’s body was discovered, Brian Laundrie’s death has remained a mystery. His family had hoped the case would provide closure for the missing girl’s family. But the federal government has slammed the family’s choice to indict Brian Laundrie. The forensic evidence gathered from the scene indicates that Brian Laundrie likely committed suicide, and the case is still under investigation.
Christopher and Roberta Laundrie run a laundry service in Florida. When Gabby disappeared, they concealed the truth by hiring a lawyer to represent their case. The Laundries’ lawyer, Steven Bertolino, falsely said that Gabby was alive. That lawyer’s testimony was the first hint that the Laundries hid behind a false narrative. It was not until months later that the Petito family was able to obtain a death certificate that the Laundries were convicted.
When the police visited the Laundrie family’s home in September, they found Petito’s notebook. Wecht’s investigation differed from those of the police. Wecht’s investigation revealed Laundrie was separated from Petito for the night. But Laundrie’s lawyer claims that the family did not immediately speak to the police. They invoked their Fifth Amendment rights when the police demanded information from them.
While the Laundries were missing on September 13, his family did not contact investigators for a few days. Investigators were never in the same room with him before he went missing. He told investigators that he was going to the Carlton Reserve on September 14, a 25,000-acre nature park near the family’s home. They had planned to arrive in Oregon by Halloween. They never returned. Investigators have yet to find the bodies of the couple missing.
The autopsy of Brian Laundrie has provided a number of answers to the big questions that have plagued the family since the death of the missing girl, Gabby Petito. It also revealed that Brian Laundrie was the sole person of interest for the killing of the girl. However, the case has also been questioned by the public. The investigation is ongoing. The forensic team will need more evidence to determine the cause of death.
Although Laundrie was named as a person of interest for the Petito case, authorities did not find any evidence of foul play. The notebook was found close to the bodies of the victims. In addition, Laundrie’s notebook contained statements regarding the death of Petito. The case has been the subject of much public interest. In the meantime, Laundrie’s parents are still in mourning over their son’s death.