Charlene Guthrie, who lives across the street from her Florida home in Brian Laundry, responded to the news of Gabby Petito’s preliminary autopsy report on Tuesday.
The FBI confirmed Tuesday afternoon that investigators discovered Sunday in the Teton-Bridge National Forest in Wyoming belonged to a missing 22-year-old woman, and that she had died as a result of the murder.
“I’m really upset now because … [the Laundries] It should have come forward now, “Guthrie told Fox News Digital. I mean, I can’t believe they didn’t do anything. I’m so angry now that they let it go. And that everything was so normal and they were so normal through the whole thing, you know, when they were here, until he ran away. “
Petito and 23-year-old Laundry were traveling cross-country in a white 2012 Ford Transit van that turned into a camper in the summer before receiving news of Petito’s disappearance on September 11th. With Laundry’s parents, 10 days ago on September 1 without any sign of Petito.
Gabby Petito: Brian laundry search resumes at Carlton Reserve as autopsy diesday
Laundry is an interesting person There have also been reports of cases and disappearances since then. North Port law enforcement officials are continuing their search Tuesday for any sign of a 2-year-old man in an area of the Mabri Carlton Junior Memorial Reserve, not far from Laundry’s family home.
“He’s cutting the lawn. He and his mother went for a bike ride around the block,” Guthrie said. “I mean, everything was normal when he came back.
Guthrie noted that although Laundry had not been charged with any crime, the FBI’s announcement that Petito had died in the murder in September and that Laundry’s disappearance was “really bad for him,” and that his parents should have spoken.
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On September 17, Laundry’s parents claimed they had not seen their son since September 14.
“I have kids, and I know you do what you can to protect your child but, you know, it can go so far and you have to do the right thing in the end. You have to,” Guthrie said.
Now that Petito’s death has been considered genocide, Guthrie believes Brian should be “suspicious.”