According to John Walsh, Gabby Petito’s killers “gazed into her eyes and frightened her” as they strangled her to death.
According to John Walsh, GABBY Petito’s killer “gazed into her eyes and frightened her” as they strangled her to death.
Gabby died by strangling, according to an autopsy released on Tuesday, and her body was abandoned for three to four weeks outside a Wyoming campground.
The 22-year-old was strangled by hands around her neck, according to Coroner Dr Brent Blue.
“That’s how angry cowards kill people,” former America’s Most Wanted anchor John Walsh said of the autopsy results.
“Up close like that, it’s how furious cowards kill people.” They suffocate them. “They’re scaring the person by looking into their eyes,” Walsh told Inside Edition.
Gabby Petito, the renowned missing person’s investigator, said Brian Laundrie’s parents “may have provided him a pistol” and accused them of “helping him run” in his latest ID channel special, Gabby Petito: ID Special Report.
When questioned if Laundrie was still alive, Walsh said, “I believe he’s out there with the help of his parents.”
Walsh also accuses Christopher and Roberta Laundrie, the fugitive’s parents, of assisting their son in eluding law authorities.
“They’re actively aiding and abetting his escape, and they’re actively assisting him in remaining out there,” he continued.
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He went on to say that the 23-year-old fugitive could be armed.
“I suspect they may have handed him a weapon.” “I’d hate to see someone else fall victim to this monster,” Walsh added.
Gabby’s body was discovered on September 19 at a campsite in Grand Teton National Park.
The FBI, as well as local police and sheriffs, are actively searching for Laundrie, who was last seen by his parents on September 14 after leaving their North Port home to go hiking at the Carlton Nature Reserve.
The Laundrie family slept at the campground on September 6th, only days after the 23-year-old cut the couple’s two-month summer road vacation short.
At the reserve’s alligator, snake, and bug-infested swampland, investigators have used drones, hound dogs, and all-terrain vehicles.
Bounty hunters have also joined the search, with Dog the Bounty Hunter searching the relatively smaller 1,136-acre Fort de Soto Island campsite for Laundrie.
Four days before his 22-year-old ex-fiancee was discovered dead in Wyoming’s Grand Teton Park, Laundrie was designated as a “person of interest.”
The summer transatlantic road journey of the van-life couple was cut short.
Gabby’s mother, Nichole Schmidt, last heard from her on August 30 when she received a text message that stated, “No reception in Yosemite.”
Laundrie has not been named as a suspect in her death, but she is wanted for fraud after allegedly using her credit card after she died… Brinkwire News in a Nutshell