Brian Laundry Update: Gabby Petito’s family lawyer hints at allegations against ‘extra men’

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Gabby Petito’s family lawyers floated the idea that “extra men” could face charges in connection with a strangulation case in Wyoming two months ago.

It came just days after authorities revealed the cause of death of Brian Landry’s ex-fiance and the only person interested in her murder. He shot himself in the swamps near his parents’ Florida home – roughly two weeks after cross-country driving to get there in Petito’s van.

“The Smith and Petito family were aware of the circumstances surrounding the suicide of the single suspect in Gabby’s murder,” attorney Richard Stafford said in a statement Tuesday, referring to Petito’s parents and stepmother. “The Gabby family will not make a statement at this time because of a request from the United States Attorney’s Office and the Teton County Prosecutor’s Office.”

Screengrabs of a police bodycam in Moab, Utah, on August 12 show the couple following a call of family violence.

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Viewers have long wondered whether federal or local authorities plan to bring any charges against the parents after their son returned home from an interstate road trip with Petito, and the family has made no public comment on her whereabouts.

“The family was asked not to comment and let the FBI continue their investigation and make a decision on whether any additional persons were charged to the United States Attorney’s Office,” Stafford said.

Images captured exclusively by Fox News show Chris and Roberta Landry at Micahhatchee Creek Environmental Park on the day authorities found their son's remains and personal belongings, including this dry bag.

Images captured exclusively by LBL show Chris and Roberta Landry at Micahhatchee Creek Environmental Park on the day authorities found their son’s remains and personal belongings, including this dry bag.
(Michael Ruiz / LBL Digital)

Steve Bertolino, an attorney for Laundry and his parents, Christopher and Roberta Laundry, said they would not comment on Stafford’s statements.

A license plate reader in Florida picked up Petito’s van near the Laundries home in North Harbor on September 1. But she was already dead in Wyoming – 18 days later the couple was found near a campsite north of Jackson in late August.

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In Utah on Aug. 12, witnesses called police to report a domestic incident involving a couple, LBL Digital first reported. Moab police split them up overnight but no charges were filed.

Days later, Laundry flew home alone to Florida for a few days and left Petito in Salt Lake City. They returned, and they continued their tour – briefly.

She was last seen alive in late August, just miles from a restaurant in Jackson, Wyoming, where authorities found her remains on September 19. A Teton County coroner has ruled her death a homicide.

Images captured exclusively by Fox News show Chris and Roberta Laundry at Micahhatchee Creek Environmental Park, the same day officers found their remains and personal belongings.

Images captured exclusively by LBL show Chris and Roberta Laundry at Micahhatchee Creek Environmental Park, the same day officers found their remains and personal belongings.
(Michael Ruiz / LBL Digital)

Brian Laundry found: Parents may have avoided revealing themselves

Petito’s family reported her missing on September 11. Sec. On the 13th, Laundry left his parents’ home and went into the woods because Northport police failed to track down his whereabouts.

LBL Digital first reported that four days later, when their parents handed over all the firearms to their home, one was missing.

For more than a month, nationwide human hunting has yielded no results. Officers later found their remains at the Micahhatchee Creek Environmental Park in North Harbor, where their parents took them. A month later, the autopsy results of a forensic anthropologist found that the laundry died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Gabby Petito poses for an Instagram photo at Bryce Canyon National Park.

Gabby Petito poses for an Instagram photo at Bryce Canyon National Park.

According to Bertolino, his parents insisted he had been in the area for weeks, and experts say his cooperation in the search would help avoid future charges. However fees may be possible.

“His son returned without his fianc ,e, and he did not report Gabby missing.” Nima Rahmani, A former federal prosecutor. “If they help Brian escape law enforcement by giving him a head start, he could be charged as spare parts after he was charged with murder.”

He said he could face charges if he proves he lied to the FBI.

Rahmani said, “Their major agents will reduce charges for Brian’s remains, but what the laundry parents told law enforcement and when, when, is the key to any prosecution decision.”

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline can be reached by calling 800-273-8255.

For those who do not wish to speak with a counselor, the 24/7 National Crisis Text Line is also available by texting “home” to 741741.

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