Brian Laundrie Update
In a recent CNN interview, former FBI profiler Jim Clemente said that the notebooks he left behind can be used as a tool to help determine whether or not Brian Laundrie committed the murder of Gabby Petito. These notes might include admissions, rationalizations and notes that explain the events leading up to Gabby’s death. However, there is one big problem. The notebooks are partially stained from water damage.
The FBI will have pieced together Brian Laundrie’s digital footprint by now. They will know his movements in the days leading up to his death. As part of their investigation into the death of Laundries’ girlfriend Gabby Petito, a forensic anthropologist in Sarasota County will be able to examine Brian Laundrie’s personal notebook that lay near his body. The digital communications of Brian Laundrie, including texts, emails, and social media use, will be crucial to the investigation.
The FBI’s Denver office has confirmed that the remains found in Florida nature reserve belong to Brian Laundrie. They also found that Laundrie had dental records that proved his identity. Police in North Port, Florida have confirmed that the remains were skeletal. The remains are also suspected of being of Laundrie. This latest update is the latest news in the case. While it is not clear whether Laundrie is a suspect, the FBI says that it is not too early to begin searching for Laundrie’s identity.
The FBI report details the items found near Laundrie’s body. An unnamed man has set up an account on TikTok under the name @notbrianlaundrie to ensure that he is not the person responsible for Gabby’s death. The family of Gabby Petito reported her missing in September, but Laundrie returned to Florida alone. His family later reported him missing and the FBI said that Laundrie had shot himself. He was found dead in October.
In the meantime, the FBI has taken possession of a notebook and a backpack found at the scene of the murder. The FBI’s announcement came as a relief for the Laundrie family, who have been left without their daughter. The FBI has also obtained a copy of Brian Laundrie’s notebook and his debit card. The notebook and the note, found in the notebook, are key pieces of evidence.
The notebook, which contained written statements about Gabby Petito’s death, was found near her body. The notebook was a key clue for police in identifying Laundrie as the suspect in the killing. Police said Brian Laundrie’s notebook was found near Petito’s body, and that he had been lying to convince his family that she was still alive. Brian Laundrie returned to Florida on Sept. 13, but went missing again on Sept. 19 after being missing for two days. A nature preserve near Laundrie’s home also contained an item that belonged to him.