Gabby Petito autopsy: Dog the Bounty Hunter believes Brian Laundrie’s fiancée was not suffocated as a result of a significant clue.


Gabby Petito autopsy: Dog the Bounty Hunter believes Brian Laundrie’s fiancée was not suffocated as a result of a significant clue.

DOG the Bounty is a dog that is a bounty hunter. Hunter does not believe Gabby Petito was suffocated, claiming that the final autopsy data were hidden because her death was more “brutal.” The reality TV star claims that details about his own daughter’s death in a vehicle accident in 2006 were hidden at first to protect him from the most brutal elements when he was grieving.

Last week, the 68-year-old told The Sun exclusively that the Teton County coroner’s office had shown “mercy” to the Petito family by “slowly” providing additional information.

“I’ve never seen an autopsy report take this long to be released.” Dog remarked.

“I know my daughter was killed when she was the same age, and they didn’t tell me for a few weeks that the car actually rolled over on my daughter’s head.”

“I remember exactly these moments when Barbara Katy died, so I’m pleased I didn’t learn about it immediately away.”

“It’s more at the federal government’s mercy and the coroner’s discretion to go out slowly.”

“They would have publicized it immediately quickly if she was suffocated,” Dog said of Gabby’s autopsy. “I believe it to be more.” Barbara Katy, Dog’s eldest daughter, died in Alaska in 2006 at the age of 23 on the eve of his wedding to Beth Smith, his fifth wife.

Barbara was killed when the stolen SUV she was riding in flipped and smashed into a tree, according to News9.

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Scott Standefer II, the driver, was also killed in the collision.

She was the eldest of twelve children born to the bounty hunter.

If Gabby’s death was a “violent murder,” Dog said, “people are going to go insane.”

“I can’t conjecture how it happened since I’ve heard she was there a few days before they found her, deceased before they found her, and that region has a lot of animals, predators, and wildlife,” he explained.

“Like everyone else, I’m curious as to how she passed.”

The 22-year-old vlogger’s full autopsy results are scheduled to be released today at 2.30 p.m. ET.

Her death has already been considered a homicide, but no specifics on the cause have been disclosed.

Her death has yet to be linked to a suspect, however her fiancé Brian Laundrie is a person of interest.

He has been gone since September 17th, having returning to Florida in her van on September 1st without her.

Her remains were discovered two days later.

On September 24, a warrant for Laundrie’s arrest was issued for the misuse of… Brinkwire Brief News.


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