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Brian Laundry’s Lawyer Calls Gabby Pettito’s Death a ‘Tragedy’ After Coroner Says She Was Strangled
Brian Laundry’s attorney, Steven Bertolino, called Gabby Petito’s death a “tragedy” on Tuesday after Teton County Coroner Dr. Brent Blue said his murder was caused by “manual strangulation”.
Dr. Blue said Petito’s remains were found three to four weeks after he was killed in Wyoming’s Bridger-Teton National Forest on September 19.
Her former fiancé, Brian Laundry, returned to North Port, Florida in Gabby’s white van on September 1 and disappeared on September 13. He is a man interested in Gabby’s death and wanted for alleged debit card fraud.
“Gabby Petito’s death at such a young age is a tragedy,” Bertolino told Granthshala News on Tuesday.
“While Brian Laundry is currently charged with unauthorized use of a debit card belonging to Gabby, Brian is considered only a person of interest in connection with the passing of Gabby Pettito,” he continued. “Brian is still missing at this time and we will address the fraud charge pending against him when he is found.”
Gabby’s mother, Nicole Schmidt, dismissed Bertolino’s comments on Tuesday.
“Her words are garbage,” she told the WFLA. “Keep Talking.” Click here for more on our top story.
In other developments:
– Live Updates: Brian Laundry was reportedly last seen exactly 1 month ago
– Gabby Petito autopsy: The cause of death was strangulation, says Teton County Coroner Dr. Brent Blue
– Ted Williams: Brian Laundry’s behavior ‘rogue’ after Gabby Pettito’s disappearance
Coroner reveals leading expert paint chilling picture after Gabby Petito death by ‘manual strangulation’
– Brian Laundry Update: Where does Search stand now?
Loudoun County parents demand superintendent’s resignation over alleged sexual harassment at schools
More than 60 concerned parents, students and residents spoke at a Loudoun County school board meeting Tuesday evening, with many calling for the resignation of Loudoun County Superintendent Scott Ziegler, in the wake of allegations that the school district had committed two alleged sexual assaults. covered the attacks.
Parents attended the school board meeting with signs urging Ziegler to resign.
“This is not China, this is the United States, and we will not keep quiet,” said an angry mother. “Remove the superintendent immediately and then resign to your carelessness and duplicity. End this nightmare!”
The parents pointed to two alleged sexual assaults, the first of which the victim’s father claimed on May 28, 2021, telling The Daily Wire that his ninth-grade daughter was assaulted in the bathroom by a boy wearing a skirt. did. Elizabeth Lancaster, a lawyer for the alleged victim’s father, said the boy was charged with two counts of forced sodomy, one count of anal sex and one count of coercion.
“We can confirm the May 28, 2021 case, which involved a 2-month-long investigation, was conducted to determine the facts of the case prior to the arrest,” the sheriff’s office told Granthshala News. “This case is still pending for court proceedings. The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office has not been able to provide any documents related to the pending case.” The Sheriff’s Office confirmed that the case was related to sexual assault.
At a June 22 board meeting, Ziegler announced that “the predatory transgender student or person simply does not exist,” and to the best of his knowledge, “we have no record of attacks taking place in our restrooms.” Click Here For More.
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Loudoun County School Board elects new member whom GOP leaders consider a ‘liberal’
Loudoun County father arrested at school board event says school tried to hide daughter’s bathroom attack
– Virginia student slams school board over mask mandate: ‘You’re driving people crazy’
– Conservative commentator accuses Loudoun County school board of ‘child abuse’
House votes to lift debt limit, potentially delaying default performance until December
House lawmakers on Tuesday approved a $480 billion increase in the debt limit, deferring a potentially catastrophic US default by at least two months and triggering another demonstration on a long-term solution.
The Democrat-controlled House passed the measure in a 219-206 vote along party lines. The vote struck a chord with the Senate, which last week passed its own bill, raising the debt limit to $480 billion. President Biden is expected to sign the bill.
The resolution would allow the federal government to cover its debt obligations by December 3. Democratic lawmakers will use the temporary relief to identify a long-term solution to raising the debt limit without Republican support.
The passage of the debt ceiling bill led to a lengthy standoff on Capitol Hill. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and business leaders warned of potential economic devastation if Congress did not approve the hike before the government ran out of money on October 18.
Republican lawmakers promised not to help Democrats raise the debt limit, arguing that the increase would only facilitate the Biden administration’s spending programs, which they view as irresponsible. Biden and Democratic leaders have rejected that argument, insisting the increase ensures the US government can cover the debts it has already incurred. Click Here For More.
In other developments:
– Pelosik the back Debt limit proposal that would allow the Treasury to raise the limit
– white House Rescue Plan to spy on your bank accounts: ‘Very deceitful’
– Yellen gets doubled On the elimination of the global minimum tax requirement and debt cap
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some parting words
Sean Hannity President Biden and his administration lashed out at “Hannity” Tuesday night for plans to send American taxpayer money to Afghanistan as the economy continues to grapple with record inflation, rising gas prices and supply-chain chaos back home, Having said that many Americans are beginning to publicly express their dismay towards the White House.
The Granthshala News host said, “The Biden administration is planning to send more money to the Taliban. They’re calling it humanitarian aid, but really, where I grew up, it’s like a massive ransom payment.” Looks like terrorists.”
Afghanistan, he said, is only a long list of things Biden has touched, which “becomes a constant disaster.”
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