Autopsy Results Reveal Confession of Brian Laundrie
The autopsy results of Brian Laundrie’s death have been released. In it, he admits to killing his fiancee, Gabby Petito. Petito was found dead in the Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. Brian Laundrie was the only person of interest in Petito’s disappearance. She had gone missing in September, while the two were traveling cross-country. Petito’s body was found in Wyoming.
The couple was traveling across the country in a van and their journey was documented on social media. They had hundreds of thousands of followers. They were driving in a white van, which they used for their “Van Life” YouTube channel. Travel bloggers helped to discover Petito’s body on October 13. The family of the couple hopes to bury her body at the site.
The notes that Brian Laundrie left behind were found near Petito’s body in a Florida swamp. The FBI released a statement on January 23rd 2017 claiming that the notebook contained a confession from Brian Laundrie. Although the notebook was partially damaged by water damage, it contained a confession. This confession could help solve the mystery surrounding Gabby Petito’s disappearance. This confession could lead to Brian Laundrie’s arrest.
Police were unable to determine the cause of death in the initial autopsy, but the remains were matched to his parents. An autopsy will reveal more information about the circumstances surrounding the death of Brian Laundrie. According to police, they mistook him initially for his mother. They will release the findings of the autopsy once they are complete. After the autopsy is completed, the police will continue to investigate this notebook. So far, the case has received much attention.
The investigation of Petito’s disappearance led to the arrest of Laundrie. His body was found near a nature preserve in Florida on Oct. 20. Laundrie was ruled to have committed suicide by the medical examiner. The investigation into the disappearance of Petito’s remains has now shifted to Laundrie. Laundrie had a notebook that he had kept about his encounter with Petito. The notebook also contained statements about the disappearance and capture of Petito.
Near the remains were found a wooden box, a diary and photos of Laundrie. The wooden box contained a journal, a ring, a half-note, and a photo of the victim. The remains contained a rusty revolver as well as a white metal band. The police were unable to identify the murderer, but they were able to find Laundrie’s belongings by chance.