Brian Laundrie ‘very much in control’ of Gabby Petito during road trip, former FBI researcher says

Fugitive Brian Laundrie materializes very much in control of his fiancée Gabby Petito during their cross-country road trip. Ann Wolbert Burgess says this.

Brian Laundrie and Petito were traveling from New York to Oregon over the summer. But on September 11, Petito’s parents said she was missing. Then on September 19, she was found at a camping site in Wyoming near Bridger-Teton National Forest.

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He really was in control the whole time. The person who wrote the book about murderers said this.
Referring to the Aug. 12 bodycam footage of the police in Moab, Utah, following a domestic incident, Burgess noted that Laundrie appeared to have control over Petito’s van because he was driving it; control over her finances because he reportedly used her credit card; and ultimately, control over her. Burgess said that he “kept her isolated” by traveling to remote areas and camping. His remains were found in an isolated area.

Brian Laundrie 'very much in control' of Gabby Petito during road trip, former FBI researcher says

The man in the video told the police that his fiancée was in the car. But he said this even when her mother had already said she wanted to hold off on getting married and travel.
“Laundrie is very, very important to me,” Burgess said. “And I think her engagement happens because of that.”
Laundrie, 23, came back to North Port on September 1. He drove a van that had Petito in it. Brian Laundrie is a person of attentiveness in the case because he was not seen for weeks before this happened. His parents detail him missing to North Port Police on September 17th.

On September 23, the FBI issued an arrest warrant for Laundrie. He is accused of doing something with a bank card and Capital One. Authorities said he did this during a time when Petito was missing.

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