Autopsy of Brian Laundrie's Remains Came Back Inconclusive, Attorney Says

Autopsy of Brian Laundrie’s Remains Came Back Inconclusive, Attorney Says

Laundrie’s remains were sent to an anthropologist after the autopsy gave those results. “No cause of death was determined,” Steven Bertolino said in a statement to CSU World Record.

The anthropologist did not give a timeline for when they would finish the evaluation of Laundrie’s remains. These remains will eventually be cremated. Bertolino said that Laundrie’s family does not know when they will have a funeral. They may decide on one later.

Someone found human remains in Carlton Reserve, Florida. The person who was a person of interest in the disappearance of his fiancée, Gabby Petito, was found after more than a month of searching for him. His body was confirmed to belong to Laundrie after they looked at dental records.

Autopsy of Brian Laundrie's Remains Came Back Inconclusive, Attorney Says

According to the FBI, Laundrie’s remains were found with personal items. These included a backpack and a notebook. His parents helped the FBI, and North Port police find the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park. Bertolino said this before. He said that Laundrie’s parents never knew their son would disappear. They also did not strike a deal with the prosecutors to help find him. He was their lawyer, and he told them not to talk to police officers.

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The Carlton Reserve and the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park are not far from the Laundrie family home. Petito and Laundrie were traveling in a van for a long time. They took pictures of their journey on social media. But Laundrie went back to his parent’s home in North Port without her, and she has not been seen since September 1.

The police in Moab City, Utah, released a video of a woman named Petito. She was distraught after an alleged fight with Laundrie. Petito’s body was discovered on September 19 at Spread Creek Dispersed Camping Area in the Bridger-Teton National Forest. She had been dead for at least three weeks, and her death was ruled a homicide by “manual strangulation.”

Laundrie has been missing since September. He went hiking in a big reserve, and he never came back. The government closed the reserve for people to search there. They only reopened it last week.

A police officer said that Laundrie used Petito’s debit card without permission. The officer did not say anything about the death of Petito. The Petito case has generated a lot of interest in the public. But it has made people feel bad because there is unequal media attention for missing white women and people of color.

Also, Read Gabby Petito s Mother Reveals What Shed Say to Brian Laundrie s Parents

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