Crime Death of Gabby Péto: The causes of the death of the influencer revealed
Gabby Petito's Father Says His Late Daughter Is 'Already Saving Lives': 'So Many Stories'
Joe Petito said his late daughter has given others the courage to leave toxic relationships in an emotional message shared on social media Petito's finacé Brian Laundrie is now wanted in connection with Gabby's disappearance. The 23-year-old was initially identified as a person of interest, but refused to offer details to investigators about his fiancée's whereabouts. Laundrie has since gone missing, leading to a massive manhunt. Much of the search has been largely centered near his parents' home in North Port, Fla.
The investigation of the death of the influencer Gabby Péto continues. The forensic doctors today revealed that the young person was strangled. It is therefore dead by strangulation.
On September 21, ten days after the reporting of his disappearance,was found dead in the state of Wyoming in the United States. From the first analyzes, Since then, the suspect number one is his boyfriend, disappeared for several weeks. And while the authorities actively pursue their research to find Brian Laundrie, the forensic doctors have on their side, on Tuesday, October 12, revealed the causes of the death of Gabby Petito.
‘I Don’t Know if My Parents Are Involved:’ Brian Laundrie’s Sister Speaks to Protesters, ABC News
The sister of wanted man Brian Laundrie on Monday evening confronted protesters outside her home on video in a nearly 20 minute discussion obtained by NewsNation. Cassie Laundrie and her husband James Luycx were not pleased by the small assembly — which was widely publicized in the leadup to a formal sit-down interview with ABC News. The post ‘I Don’t Know if My Parents Are Involved:’ Brian Laundrie’s Sister Speaks to Protesters, ABC News first appeared on Law & Crime.
Gabby Petio was strangled
inToday, the Teton County Legiste, Brent Brea, presented the results of the autopsy performed for several weeks. Without gave more details, it reveals that this homicide has been committed by strangulation. If the body of the young woman was discovered on September 19 by the authorities, it seems that his death goes back to " three or four weeks ", either at the end of August. Being part in road trip all summer with his fiancé, Brian Laundrie, the young man is invited to go to give his version of the facts. But lately, suggesting that their relationship beat from the wing. Indeed, at the beginning of the month, a recording showed the voltages well present in the couple: "did he hit you?" , asked the police officer at Gabby Petito. "Yes, yes I believe, yes. But I struck him first ," she replied.
Gabby Petito's Family Says Brian Laundrie Stole Her Credit Card to Go Home to Florida
Gabrielle Petito's family alleges that Brian Laundrie stole his slain girlfriend’s credit card to travel home to Florida at the beginning of SeptemberDuring Tuesday's episode of Dr. Phil, family spokesperson Richard Stafford told Dr. Phil McGraw that they believe that Laundrie used the card to cover his expenses to drive back to North Port, Fla. -- and then evaded authorities when he arrived home. (A clip of the episode is shown below.
His boyfriend is actively sought after
for the moment, several indices suggest that his boyfriend could be the author of this murder. Volatilized since the lifeless body of the young woman was found,: " We ask you to give you, to the FBI or the nearest judicial structure " , declared relatives of the influencer through their lawyer. But the days pass and Brian Laundrie remains untraceable. not for the death of Gabby Petito, but for using the credit card of his companion after his death.
Breaking: The Teton County Coroner Says Gabby Petito's Cause of Death Is Death by Strangulation- NowThis (@NowThisnews)
FBI: Remains found in Florida park ID'd as Brian Laundrie .
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — The FBI on Thursday identified human remains found in a Florida nature preserve as those of Brian Laundrie, a person of interest in the death of girlfriend Gabby Petito while the couple was on a cross-country road trip. The remains, a backpack and notebook believed to belong to Laundrie were discovered Wednesday in a Florida wilderness park, according to the FBI. The area where they were found had been under water during earlier searches.The FBI's Denver office said in a news release that a comparison of dental records confirmed that the remains were Laundrie.