When Gabby Petito went missing sometime in late August and her fiancé Brian Laundrie allegedly showed up alone at his parents’ home in Florida in her van – refusing to tell police where he last saw her – critics around the country wanted to know why authorities didn’t drag him in for questioning.

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While I agree with the North Port PD spokesman that NPPD police couldn't just "drag him in" for questioning, he is completely off-base to assert that someone "without all the facts in this case can come up with a reasonable conclusion and opinion on the matter."

If two people leave in a van and only one returns, and the second person is "missing", there are a number of reasonable opinions that can be formed. While the opinions may not, on their own, be sufficient to convict the first person for a crime, the opinions may certainly be reasonable.


Body found that fits her description where they had been camping. He'll say she died of natural causes and decided just to leave her there. Only a misdemeanor like the mother who hid her child's body for weeks only to say she had accidently drowned in the pool.




This article is a study in what it means to be an American. The dude is probably guilty as hell, but he IS INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY. Chief Todd Garrison should run for Prez.

CONSTITUTIONALIST: North Port Police Chief Todd Garrison said during a news conference earlier in the week that Laundrie had a constitutional right to decline to speak with police about the case.

EVERYTHING WRONG WITH ASSHOLE LEOS: Pat Diaz, a former Miami-Dade homicide detective who played a leading role in cracking parts of the "Cocaine Cowboys," said that police wouldn’t necessarily have needed to suspect a crime in order to get warrants for a missing person case.

"Why would you [try to] get consent from the guy, and not get a search warrant?" he asked Sunday. "You can get a search warrant for everything in that house, including his laptop."


"Brian Laundrie allegedly showed up alone at his parents’ home in Florida in her van – refusing to tell police where he last saw her"

" only to learn during a visit to his home Friday that his parents hadn’t seen him for three days."

and that's not suspicious?

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