Ex-FBI agent claims that the coroner ‘WON’T release specifics on how Gabby Petito died to safeguard the Brian Laundrie probe.’

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Ex-FBI agent claims that the coroner ‘WON’T release specifics on how Gabby Petito died to safeguard the Brian Laundrie probe.’

A PRESS CONFERENCE on Gabby Petito’s death cause will be conducted today, but an ex-FBI agent predicted that no new information would be presented.

As the search for her fiancé Brian Laundrie continues, Teton County Coroner Dr. Brent Blue will speak to the media at 2.30 p.m. EST about the 22-year-old vlogger’s autopsy findings.

According to WFLA, Dr. Brent Blue will host the conference via Zoom.

Gabby’s body was discovered in a national park in Wyoming on September 19, just days after her family reported her missing.

Her death was considered a homicide, but the cause of death has still to be determined, pending the publication of an autopsy report.

Jennifer Coffindaffer, an ex-FBI agent, told Brian Entin of News Nation Now that she would be astonished if details of the killing were made public.

“Those things are incredibly important for the investigation,” she continued.

“Additionally, say that specific information are made public, such as the fact that she was strangled. Later on, witnesses indicate they thought they saw something that looked like strangulation – did that come from the coroner’s report, and what exactly did they see?” Was that anything they actually witnessed? As a result, it’s critical that such details are kept hidden in this type of instance.” Ms. Coffindaffer went on to say: “Even in the case of a confession from a murderer.

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“Those particulars are crucial in establishing the veracity of their confession.

“Those aren’t usually made public, so I’d be shocked if any new information emerges.”

Gabby’s body was discovered in a national park in Wyoming on September 19, just days after her family reported her missing.

Her death was considered a homicide, but the cause of death has still to be determined, pending the publication of an autopsy report.

Gabby’s time and cause of death should be included in the final autopsy report.

Dog the Bounty Hunter had previously theorized on why Gabby’s autopsy findings had not been made public.

“I have never seen the findings of an autopsy to take this long to announce,” Dog stated in an exclusive interview with The Sun.

Brian, 23, went from his family’s home in North Port, Florida, only days before Gabby was discovered dead, prompting the FBI to launch a million-dollar hunt.

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