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He found a Monster energy drink can.


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I think the Laundries hired a very competent, however very amoral, attorney. I suspect he told them to be silent and buy time, and more than likely instructed them on how to get away with this. Most crimes are charged and convicted based on what is said more than any other factor, which is very unfortunate for the justice of Gabby Petito. I'm willing to bet Brian Laundrie fled the country and will be on the run forever. As long as the parents remain silent, I doubt this evidence will really even help, as it does not prove criminal intent. RIP Gabby. Our justice system is messed up. I pray those in these situations leave their abuser and are able to find proper protection and support.


The_one_called_Razz

And the parents brought him a new phone when he returned. They helped him escaped. They know the truth of what happened.


bluegreenpearl

This case is to high profile for him to run forever. He will be caught. They are also not super rich. He is caught before November 1st or he kills/killed himself and thats why he isn't found.


FIoor555

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You may very well be correct. I most certainly don't claim to know anything with certainty. I only speculate. Either way, charging and convicting the parents will be really difficult if no one talks. There is no definitive evidence they actually committed a crime, although most reasonable people would find them very suspicious. Brian Laundrie could get charges for using Petito's card and taking her van, but at this point, I don't believe there's any definitive evidence he actually killed Petito (disclaimer: I think he's guilty as sin, but what I think doesn't matter if there's not enough evidence). However, if he reappears and doesn't talk, he may never actually get convicted for murder, depending on what evidence there is.


The_one_called_Razz

They may have evidence already, but they aren’t going to release it to the public, especially when dude is still out there. They never release all the details regarding the crime, because a criminal can give themselves away by talking about details that the public has no knowledge of. That’s why he didn’t talk to the police. They may have found evidence in the van. But more importantly, they may have found evidence via the autopsy or even at the location where they found the body. They ruled it a murder immediately which means that there were obvious clues. And he’s so damn sloppy. There is no way he didn’t leave evidence behind.


bluegreenpearl

I agree with you here, is he guilty? Very very likely. Did they parents help him leave? Yes. Proving it is another matter. They might tiptoe near the line or over it, but they seem smart enough to make it at least hard to prove.


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formyjee

Interesting. >A source who spoke to Fox News on the condition of anonymity used to work at Civic Plus, a software company that manages the De Soto campground's reservation system, and speculates that the Laundries knew their son was coming home on Aug. 31, when they had plans to camp, and canceled them accordingly. They then made a new reservation including their son at a later date. https://www.foxnews.com/us/laundrie-de-soto-campground-reservations


missanthropocenex

I understand the parents not being compelled to give up their son legally, but I can’t imagine how a missing murder suspects parents can’t be Rico’d into handing their phone over to exonerate their son.


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What do you think RICO is?


MomToCats

Not doubting you at all, but how on earth would someone at a software company for the park system know this? The only way I can think of is they wrote a reason for the reservation change on the request but that would be an awful lot of detail if so.


Imaginary-Winner-335

They can go into the system’s data history and look at changes in reservations and time stamps from the back end. If you are at a park working with a POS you don’t always have access to the backend of the software and the “receipts” unless you are IT. Really, anyone who is familiar with coding and IT could do it.


roastintheoven

His parents killed him. Is my guess.


missanthropocenex

If they were willing to kill him they’d have been just as willing to hand him over to authorities. All I’ve gotten out of their attitude is he’s their “special little boy” they are actively helping him and he’ll do anything for self preservation at the moment.


MomToCats

It’s prob crossed their minds a few times at this point! LOL


rez2283

Does Reddit have an award for dumbest comment ? If so this comment deserves it.


ritualaesthetic

Does Reddit have an award for taking the silliest of shit at literal face value ?


Dudleywudley

I don’t think his parents killed him. But when the authorities first started searching for him, the thought crossed my mind. Kinda like how George killed lennie in of mice and men.


Neversail

Why would they do that?


weaveybeavey

So he would be dead


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Ketch31

Brian had a New Hampshire sweatshirt on in a picture. I live in Maine and the appalachian trail ends here. There’s also a national park here and he loves those. Tons of hiking trails where I’m at too, there’s even a hiking trail named Florida Lake that’s not far from me… hmmm…


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Kteexo

If he comes to New England, he’s liable to get beat the fuck up!


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1) the trail starts in North Geogia so he would have to find a way to gwt up there. 2) th APT is one of the most crowded trails there is. I was on it last weekend near Dahlonega. Passed probably 100+ people. Only going to get worse heading into fall 3) he wouldnt make it with winter approaching


Tackle_me_pink

I wouldn’t want to be in the Georgia backcountry this time of year not wearing safety orange. Hunting season is coming strong, and it would force him into the trails where people would see him.


Ketch31

Have you heard of the north pond hermit? Guy lived in the Maine woods for 27 years. Brian from the sounds of it is all about nature, I’m sure he’d find a way to make the winter work if he had too deal with it. Obviously I want him caught, but who knows where this kid is going


needcovidtesthelp

What I don't understand is, don't Police etc. have heat vision cameras? Can't that be used to help find him in the woods?


missanthropocenex

I hike small chunks of AP trail regularly, honestly it would actually be REALLY tough to stay incognito on those. People see and recognize one another all of the time. And as far as nighttime, there are rangers everywhere patrolling night and day


Tackle_me_pink

Never once saw a ranger anywhere on the AT. Even in the permit required Smoky’s section. Maybe he’s on the PCT? Perfect entry right into Canada if you’re careful. I walked right in when I did that hike in 2018.


Topochicolatte

Family friends have a house on the Appalachian trail in Pennsylvania. A stolen truck from Florida was left across the street from their place 🤔 I hope the cops relayed that message to the right people


porcelaincatstatue

Which pic are we squinting at now?


sique314

He's on the run, not looking for a place to retire 😂


Ketch31

North pond hermit lived in the Maine woods for 27 years without being caught. I’m sure obviously Brian won’t last too long but shit like that happens. Doesn’t have to a warm state to be on the run.


anxiousmonogamist

I think the story of him hiking in that swamp area near his parents house was all a ruse to distract law enforcement off his trail. I think he’s been long gone somewhere getting as far as possible with his parents help.


PencilandPad

I’ve been really at odds about this aspect of the case… I truly don’t think my parents would go to these lengths to help me get away with murdering someone. Does this family have a very deep bond with one another. Or are they all full on maniacs?


missanthropocenex

I think sometimes parents do weird things to protect their kids…if someone is capable of taking another persons life, there’s a small likely hood the parents who were present are enablers in not great ways.


Highlander198116

>I truly don’t think my parents would go to these lengths to help me get away with murdering someone. you are assuming his parent's believe he **murdered** someone. Let's lay out a potential scenario he killed Gabby (which is probably the case) but it was not on purpose. They got in an argument, things got physical. He pushed her she hit her head on a rock and died instantly or something, who knows. The thing is, in these situations where the two parties involved are all that was there, no cameras no nothing. Outside some extreme circumstances, it is almost impossible to even determine self defense/accident in a situation where there is a conflict and someone dies as a result. People will assume the worst and be looking for a murder charge. So if his parents are convinced it was self defense or an accident. It's not out of the realm of possibility they would know he would likely be facing a charge they do not believe he is guilty of, and thus, helped him hide. He may have lied to them and they believed him. In my opinion he likely didn't **plan** to kill her(that doesn't mean I think he should walk for her death, neither I nor anyone else knows the circumstances, everyone is assuming what they want to believe). I mean, how stupid would you have to be to continue with that plan after being involved in a domestic violence contact with the police. Usually when people plan a murder, they plan it in a way they **think** they will get away with it. With his behavior it seems quite obvious he knew from the get go there is no way in hell he wasn't going to be a suspect, if not absolutely connected to her death. It may have still been intentional, i.e. he flew into a rage and killed her spontaneously.


RedditOO77

If this was the case, he had some evidence in the Moab police camera where he could argue self defense. His parents’ actions and his actions do not instill confidence nor trust in them or their moral code. Unless this is like the Fugitive, where he is trying to find the true killer to exonerate himself 🤔🙄


Emotional_Award_6420

It was a one armed man!


MacDhomhnuill

While it's not a definitive indicator, Brian being a physically abusive partner and now-murderer suggests they themselves may be kinda shitty. But even then, lots of parents would rather help their child go on the run than see them sentenced to prison for the best years of their life, if they can. We like to think in abstract about how we would never help a murderer, but love will make you do stupid things, especially when you think about the awful stuff that can happen in prison. Then again I suspect we're all getting worked up and he's actually dead rn.


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No it doesn’t. Plenty of saintly individuals have had crappy kids and plenty of horrible individuals have had an angelic offspring. Each person is absolutely their own person. Nothing about your dad or mom suggests anything about you. Nothing about you suggests anything about your parents. That mentality that you have here is a myth that needs to die.


The_Real_Lasagna

This is really one of the dumbest things I’ve ever read


yankeenate

I agree we shouldn't necessarily judge parents by their offspring, but the notion that parents have *zero* influence on who their children become is ridiculous.


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Barnaclephil

Absolutely agree....no way in he'll would my son come home without his girlfriend and not tell me what happened. They know he murdered her from day 1.


AlwxWrites

Not just that- Gabby LIVED with his parents. She probably cooked breakfast or dinner for them, opened presents with them on Christmas, went on vacation with them; and they didn't even care that she didn't come home.


XOxGOdMoDxOx

Unless it happens to you, you have no idea what you’d do.


yeahfilms

It’s not that hard to have principles lol


Iamatitle

THANK YOU! As a parent it makes me sick. Your duty/responsibility to your child includes protecting the world from their actions. If your child is a danger to others its also your responsibility to prevent it from happening to the best of your ability. Id much rather my kids end up in prison than out in the world robbing parents of their children. I truly don’t understand this mentality.


orchid447

It's not terribly uncommon, remember that rich kid who drunkenly hit and killed a family of four? He got probation thanks to his mommy and daddy's money.


unholycurses

To be fair, spending your money to protect your kid is very different then helping them run away and then lying to LE about it. I'd definitely help my kid finance a lawyer, I wouldnt help them run away.


orchid447

To be fair, no it isn't.


MomToCats

Disagree. There’s a huge difference between assisting with legal representation versus assisting with fleeing.


orchid447

The thing we're talking about is how far parents will go to protect their kid when their kid fucks up. You're also weirdly glossing over the fact that they're assising with legal representation for him murdering an entire family. When money can hide your child from the consequences what REALLY is the difference here


MomToCats

I do get your point, and the fact that some people can buy their way out of accountability makes me ill. All I’m saying is even if parents know their kid is guilty, hiring an attorney is legal and everybody, no matter how guilty, gets an attorney. But helping them run… That just another criminal act.


MinisterOfWetFarts69

… money


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Icy_Poem_3518

Yeah I heard about it in February, Wonder what happened to the little shit.


roastintheoven

That’s why I’m never having kids..


mrs_sadie_adler

Because you know you'd help them evade the law?


roastintheoven

No; I would imagine it’s difficult to turn your own kids in. No kids = no problem.


mrs_sadie_adler

That's very self-reflective.


roastintheoven

That does not even make sense.


The_Real_Lasagna

Reading comprehension lol, that was a compliment


mrs_sadie_adler

I was trying to give you a compliment but should have used "self-aware." A great quality to have.


Hglucky13

Yup. This has been my thought from the beginning of the manhunt, as well.


nessa_thinks

Perhaps he’s buried there… I don’t trust the parents, the lawyer and the police who said that they saw Brian….


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nessa_thinks

‘S’mores kind of night? Unbelievable.


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Did they leave that out when they talked to the fbi/police? Im wondering if the parents hid that part.


FFoxNsocks

Lawyer has said the authorities already knew.


RatATatTatu

Source please? Am le lazy


elegant-jr

Campground records have been made public, parents lawyer confirmed


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kaseycupe

*** “going camping with your parents in a tiny camper, at the age of 23, 6 days after you return from a trip without your fiancé and choose a few days of leisure over alerting the authorities that she’s missing” can be added to that list


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Maybe he just being really close with mommy and daddy.


roastintheoven

Maybe they killed him


spinningballofdeath

This never occurred to me, but...what a curve ball that would be!


AtraposJM

What? I went camping with my parents a month ago and i'm 38. Who doesn't love camping? Was a nice way to get in some parent visiting time.


SpookyDrPepper

This comment doesn’t make sense


No_Interaction7679

It actually makes tons of sense…


LKN4DEETS

I’m 48 and I crash my parents vacations all the time. But we don’t camp. And I for sure, unless under massive duress, would never be caught in one of those rinky dink hitch campers. Is that thing actually big enough to stuff an adult, let alone 3 adults in? I’ve been looking at the pics of it in their driveway and I’m puzzled.


wilkobecks

Lol this guy gets it, that's pretty much what I was getting at but it seems to have triggered alot of people who think I'm implying that everyone should hate their family or something, lol


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wilkobecks

"Jokes? Oh yeah, I get jokes" - Homer Simpson .You may want to check out one of the great quotes from Ricky Gervais about people who take huge offense to jokes, it may help you a bit


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wilkobecks

Stolen? From where? Tha would have to be a very specific situation for me to have jacked (unless there's a movie that I haven't seen about a creepy 23 year old dude rolling around in a tiny camper with his cagey parents?) If so, then maybe I saw this movie and subconsciously *did* steal that joke. Hmm.


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fraledge

In defense, I have notice lately that any comments or posts I make come up with an upvote from myself, but I try to remove it. It’s something that Reddit is doing. Had to add: I just had to remove an upvote from myself on this comment. It’s weird


Luna920

Uhhh wth. I think knocking anyone that is close with family makes you very rude. Everyone here think he is a psycho but I guarantee not many think he’s crazy for that reason. Pretty sure Gabby would have been out camping with her parents too, if that chance wasn’t taken away from her. It’s a great thing to be close to your family.


JordynHarley

🙋🏼‍♀️ I think he’s a psycho bc he killed his fiancé and then acted like she never existed and then disappeared when people didn’t just forget about her


Luna920

I second that!


wilkobecks

Uhhhh if poking a bit of fun at a lunatic for doing something that most 23 year old dudes were find a bit strange equates to making fun of everyone who is close to their family, I'm definitely sorry to have offended you.


CrocePageMorrison

I think the riding bikes with mom thing is super weird. Sorry, mom!


Luna920

Most 23 year old dudes wouldn’t find that strange. You gotta expand your horizons man.


wilkobecks

I'm gonna guess that you're either an early 20s dude who actually does stuff like this or you're not a dude at all, but looking to scrap a bit?


Luna920

I’m not a dude at all and I’m not looking to scrap. I’m just telling you how ridiculous you sound to diss people that actually have close families that they do things with. It’s weird to choose that podium to stand on.


wilkobecks

Your point would totally be valid if (as i have clarified previously) I had actually "dissed people that have close families" (as I do), that they "do things with" (which I certainly do). Sadly, since you're not seeming to get this, I'm not sure where we go from here. -"Podium Guy?"


FloofBagel

Lmao mommy and daddy issues much


wilkobecks

Yeah it got weird real quick in here lol


FloofBagel

I know right


Luna920

If you were close with your family and didnt mind doing things with them then you wouldn’t be making comments about someone camping with their parents. Your comment wasn’t received well and was just silly, but you want to keep at it


wilkobecks

Only with people who have no sense of humor and have twisted it into an actual serious (and entirely different) statement. Because it's kinda fun (and a total bonus)


Luna920

I have a sense of humor but you’re not funny at all and you can see from all your comments that it wasn’t taken well or recibes humorously


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He is definitely a psycho but who the fuck cares how old you are camping with parents?


CrocePageMorrison

It’s the tiny camper that’s weird. Lighten up guys. Let’s not forget there’s also families that kiss on the mouth! Lol We are all different


JordynHarley

I’d go camping with my family and I’m 28:(


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Not in a truck camper though...


wilkobecks

Haha fairplay, was mainly joking, and no doubt your family isn't shit like his.


daesgatling

Put the parents in jail with him. Charge them with everything they can.


halerzy

How about "charge them for the crimes they committed"


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No, everything, I want them charged with jaywalking while in possession of an endangered species which they have sodomized.


daesgatling

Pretty sure that's the implication.


formyjee

I read this on his facebook page when it was an hour old. It's 3 hours old now but I'll quote it. >Duane "Dog" Chapman 3 hrs · UPDATE: Video is from this morning — earlier today we launched an active and specific search in a key area based on the intelligence we are receiving and researching. Boat crews and ground teams have been called in and we have search and rescue dogs deployed. More to follow... I don't think I can post the facebook link but it's under the name *Duane "Dog" Chapman*.


halofreakma

Man I need to get caught up. So the parents are involved somehow?


myrianthi

I need to catch up too, but I heard something about a burner phone, camp surveillances video's, and Brian not coming back after the family camping trip. I don't have verification for these claims though.


LKN4DEETS

Burner phones & campground camera footage has been verified by multiple credible sources Edit: verified that there were phone purchases made by mommy for BL.


hillbillyswan

Man if dog the bounty hunter actually solves this hs gonna be a legend for life and the FBI will be sooooo embarrassed!


Hasselhoff1

They probably have something like rules of engagement that tie their hands. Dog can do whatever he wants


bluegreenpearl

Nah. Plus they have lots of fancy tech and a ton of other resources he doesn't.