New York – Parents Gabby Petitio is accusing Brian Laundry’s parents of withholding information about her death and her disappearance.
He is the only person interested in the case but hasn’t been seen for 5 weeks.
Petito’s mother, Nicole Schmidt, spoke in an interview “60 Minutes Australia” this past weekend.
“I think silence speaks volumes. I believe they probably know, if not all, most of the information they know,” Schmidt said. “I’d love, face to face, to ask, ‘Why are you doing this? Just tell me the truth.’ “
Gabby’s father, Joe Pettito, agrees.
Petito said, “You’d think there would be some conversation. If Brian was staying at my house and Gabby returned to my house without him in his vehicle, I’d be on the phone with his parents.”
Timeline: Gabby Petito DisappearedaNCE Case
“Bryan Landry is hiding something and he is on the run,” retired US Marshal Lenny DuPaul said on the broadcast.
Petito said it is “brutal” if the laundry is withholding information about Gabby or Brian.
Gabby Petito, who went missing after going on a cross-country trip with her fiancé in a converted camper van, became the subject of a nationwide search after not returning home.
Officers later discovered the body of a 22-year-old man in Wyoming—the victim of a homicide. Teton County Coroner Dr. Brent Blue said a final autopsy showed that Petito’s cause of death was strangulation and confirmed that the mode of death was a homicide, but could not say whether Petito was killed manually. was strangled or strangled by an object. They believed that Pettito’s body was left in the wild for three or four weeks before being discovered.
Petito was last in touch with her family in late August when she and Brian Laundry were visiting Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. According to investigators, his social media posts documenting the trip suddenly stopped and returned to his Florida home in a laundry van.
According to officials, the laundry, which has not cooperated with the police, has not seen itself since September 14. A federal arrest warrant has been issued for him in connection with the case.
“It was kind of evil,” said Nicole Schmidt. “He was taken into someone else’s hand.”