New pics show Brian Laundrie's dad brought his notebook from crime scene, claims Internet

The body of Brian Laundrie was found in October in Florida’s Carlton Reserve after he went missing on September 13


                            New pics show Brian Laundrie's dad brought his notebook from crime scene, claims Internet
Brian Laundrie’s father Chris Laundrie apparently has his son's notebook (Twitter/ @johnmarchetti and Instagram/ @gabspetito)

Internet sleuths have claimed that Brian Laundrie’s father Chris has taken a notebook belonging to his son from the crime scene. The notebook was reportedly found in the park where the 24-year-old’s remains were discovered. The body of Brian was found in October in Florida’s Carlton Reserve after he went missing on September 13 from his North Port home.

A photo of Chris has attracted a lot of attention on the internet that showed him carrying the contents of his son’s bag, including what seemed like a notebook. The notebook can apparently become a crucial part of the investigation as many believed that it could tell what went on in Brian's mind.

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A user tweeted, “It’s insane we are hearing nothing about this case anymore nothing about the notebook. or anything it’s like this never even happened but I think about it everyday just mind blowing to me.” Another one commented, “Bc it's all shady from the very start. What is anyone supposed to do when clearly they are covering it up?” “BRIAN LAUNDRIE IS ALIVE.  THIS WAS ALL A PLOY TO GET PEOPLE AWAY FTOM THE PARENTS. ITS TIME TO TURN UP THE HEAT ON THIS FAMILY,” a person added.



 



 



 

A tweet added: “You bet UR sweet ass BRIAN LAUNDRIE is still alive. Photos of murderer parents ROBERTA & CHRIS LAUNDRIE didnt shed a tear, not upset at all,when his backpack & notebook discovered.They decided for first time to go w FBI & that very day they found his property where they led FBI?”



 

Earlier a close friend of Brian told The Sun that the notebook can help in the probe after his body was found. He said, “I think this is the outcome we expected. I don't know if it's the one we would ask for. But it appears as if this story is over,” before stating, “Hopefully his notebook can detail what it is we all want to know.”

Brian’s parents — Chris and Roberta — joined officials in October to look for their son at Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park, which is adjacent to Carlton Reserve. After their son’s belongings were found, they wanted authorities to see them first, their family attorney, Steven Bertolino, said.

The lawyer noted, “Chris didn't want to pick the bag up because he wanted law enforcement to see it.  This was caught on camera. Chris couldn't find the law enforcement because they were then out of sight, because Chris had been in the woods, so he didn't want to leave the bag there with the news reporter standing nearby, so he picked it up,” before noting, “They looked at the contents of the bag. At that time, law enforcement officers showed him a picture on the phone of a backpack that law enforcement had located also nearby, and also some distance off the trail.”

Bertolino also mentioned that after that, Laundries were asked to leave. He added, “At that point, the Laundries were notified that there was also remains near the backpack and they were asked to leave the reserve.”

The attorney also refuted the claims that Brian’s parents planted his belongings in the park. He said that the parents had already told the law enforcement to search the area a month ago where Brian and his possessions were found in October. “Indeed, this is the very area of the park that we initially informed law enforcement, on I believe it was September 17th, that Brian would be most likely in the preserve. Mr Laundrie informed me that it was quite near the entrance... He put a time frame of about 30 minutes in. A mile or two into the reserve,” Bertolino stated.

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